Claudio Grass from Global Gold explains why and how Gold protects your wealth

August 1st, 2012. In the midst of the summer doldrums with a gold price flirting with the $ 1600 level and a silver price around $27 per ounce, Claudio Grass recorded his view on today’s economic climate. He is the managing director at Global Gold in Switzerland, a precious metals firm that provides a unique service for individual investors, professional investors and individuals who are concerned about protecting their assets against the ongoing debt crisis.

In an audio podcast of 52 minutes, Claudio Grass shares a wealth of information and insights. He explains what the main reasons are to be invested in gold, as well as which gold investments you should consider. The podcast is well-structured and has six chapters:

  • Introduction: Austrian vs Keynesian economics
  • The current macro-economic trends
  • The most important insights from monetary history
  • The current state of the gold market & why gold is not in a bubble
  • The different gold investment options & why to avoid paper gold
  • How Global Gold can help protect your future

Clearly, the vision of Global Gold is that the Gold bull market still has a long way to go. The current economic climate provides the ideal conditions for a continuing rise in the Gold price. The view of Global Gold is influenced by the Austrian School of Economics. In their essay, they come to the following conclusions: savings and investment are the basis of a sound economy, not consumption and debt; values of currencies are declining and fiat money has no intrinsic value; today’s debt levels are unsustainable; physical Gold is the antidote against the ongoing global debt crisis.

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Based on the same presentation by Claudio Grass “Physical gold: antidote against the ongoing global debt crisis”, we created two video’s and a paper:

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