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Silver Bullion vs. 401(k)s

Published on 9/1/2013
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Are you one of those people who believe you'll retire one day and live off your 401(k) investment?  For some luck few, that might be a possibility... but for many others, it won't happen.

As we've seen in recent years as the economy took a nose dive, many Americans lost tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars in their 401(k)s.  So much for that comfortable retirement.

Many other Americans have turned to tangible assets. What are tangible assets?  Those assets that can be held in your hand and seen with the eye. Silver and Gold, for example. While these assets may fluctuate in value, they do not have the same loss value as stocks and bonds.

Let me explain... I'll use an example of someone that lost say 10,000 dollars when the stock market fell. Now, when this decrease happened the money was gone... period. There is no getting it back once it's lost. Granted you can build that back up to that same amount over time, however you are still missing the original 10,000 dollars; you will never recoup your loss.

That same amount of assets (in Silver and Gold) are the same the day after the fall as they were before. Why? They are still in your hands... nothing was lost! So, if you had 10 pounds of  silver or gold before the crash, you still have that same amount after the crash and when you gain more silver or gold you still have your original amount.  Therefore, you have lost nothing.

The stock market is for those risky speculators.  Tangible assets are for those that DO NOT want to retire only to have the stock market decline and permanently rob them of their life's investment.

If you're ready to start accumulating real tangible assets like silver bullion coins, here's some ways you can easily do that.
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