USGSA, INC – Helping to ensure your financial freedom with “wealth insurance.”
Private, non-reported, fractional European 1/5 ounce gold coins are the world’s most popular and sought after coin, ensuring you ease of liquidity for years to come.
Circulated Silver Dollars
The story of true wealth, circulated private silver Morgan and Peace dollars offer the ideal way to hold physical silver.
Physical Gold/Silver IRA
Rather than exposing your 401K’s and IRA’s to the stock market casino, you can roll over portions into a physical gold and silver IRA.
Welcome To US GOLD AND SILVER ADVISORS
Physical gold and silver is THE only way to insure off of our US Dollar. Whether you are looking for an inflation hedge, diversification, or wealth insurance; you have come to the right place. We specialize in clients looking to preserve already established assets, and to continue to grow them with real returns. Our unique wealth insurance model is one-of-a-kind and differs greatly from every other company. We live in incredibly uncertain times and being positioned correctly is of utmost importance. We are aptly named U.S. Gold and Silver Advisors, because we do more than provide product, we advise. You need to consider the “now” as you purchase, but you must you must not forget the “later” and exit strategies for down the road. We equip clients and advisors with private, non-reported coins. We ensure your ability to liquidate, by positioning you in high-demand product. Contact us now for a comprehensive analysis on your portfolio.
3300 Fernbrook Lane North #180
Plymouth, MN 55447
Telephone: (877) 275-5105
Depressed prices have led to the usual market response, a surge in physical demand for coins and bars globally.
This is confirmed in conversations we have had with our refiner and mint partners in recent days.
There are growing shortages of supply of small coins and bars. This is resulting in delays in receiving bullion and indeed to rising premiums.
As a general principle, I’ve always tended to avoid entrusting others with my money. I’ve avoided funds, as they are often based upon investments that are peaking or close to peaking. I’ve avoided pension funds, as they’re often structured in a similar manner.
And so, I’m predictably biased as to the likelihood of any form of fund that any government may be involved in. Even if it’s structured well, which it may well not be, governments, if they have the power to do so, will tap into the fund, draining it of the intended recipient’s contributions, leaving the fund exposed, should a crisis occur.
And, periodically, crises do occur. Presently, the First World is facing an economic crisis of unprecedented proportions.read more