The Safest Place on the Planet to Store Your Gold?

Got gold yet?

If not, you should maybe think about it.

Next week, Greg Canavan breaks a HUGE story on gold. It’s a story very few are reporting on. It reveals a potential hidden reason why gold has been rallying to multi-year highs.

And, if Greg is right, you’ve seen nothing yet.

Next week, Greg’s going to be talking about gold stocks right at the junior level. Ones with the potential to soar in price as global capital migrates from the big gold majors to the smaller players.

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But what about physical gold?

If you think there’s potential for gold to stay above AU$2,000 and then go on to AU$3,000 or even higher over the next few years…what’s the best way to buy and hold some bullion?

Richard Hayes says the Perth Mint has ‘the safest precious metals program on the planet — bar none.’

But given he’s Perth Mint’s CEO, that’s probably to be expected.

Still…the Mint has had a pretty good rep globally since it opened in 1899 in response to the discovery of rich gold deposits in Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie…

Perth Mint’s 06-07-19

Source: Perth Minth

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It actually started out as Australia’s third branch of Britain’s Royal Mint — the others being the Sydney Mint and the Melbourne Mint (both of which have since closed).

As the company website explains:

Diggers, who flocked to the then colony of Western Australia in huge numbers from other parts of Australia and from around the world, deposited their raw gold with us where it was refined and minted into gold coins.’

They’ve been refining and minting ever since.

But has the Perth Mint seen an uptick in interest since the gold price has been heating up?

Not yet, according to Richard Hayes in the second part of his interview with Greg, which you can access here.

According to Richard, cheap money and soaring stock markets are still distracting retail investors from gold.

If the research Greg is releasing next week is correct, that’s not going to be the case for long. And Richard and his team may find themselves very busy in the second half of 2019…

Among other things, in Part 2 of Greg’s talk with Richard you’ll learn:

*** Gold in a cheap money world — why there’s no retail investor bull market yet, despite years of quantitative easing

*** Who’s REALLY buying gold right now and pushing up the price

*** How much of Perth Mint’s $3.5 billion worth of gold is directly owned by people, and how much is unallocated holdings

*** What the supply and demand situation for gold is at the moment

*** How to buy and sell Perth Mint gold through a smart phone app

Watch the interview segment here.

According to Bloomberg Intelligence, gold is looking ready to re-start its bull run after five years of ‘caged trading’.

Many are predicting a retracement to 2013’s peak of $1,700 an ounce.

Greg believes it could go much, much higher. And he has a unique strategy you can use to take advantage. More on that next week…


Selva Freigedo,
Contributing Editor, The Rum Rebellion

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Selva Freigedo is a research analyst for The Rum Rebellion.

Born in Argentina, her passion for economic analysis started at a young age. Her father was an economist for the Argentinean governments and the family used to discuss politics and economics at the dinner table.

Argentina is a country with an unusual economic history. Growing up there gave Selva first-hand experience on different economic phenomena such as hyperinflation, devaluation and debt default.

Selva has also lived in Brazil, Spain and the USA.

Back in 2000 she was living in the US as the dot com bubble popped…
And in 2008 she was in Spain as the property market exploded and then collapsed…

She has seen first-hand what happens when bubbles burst.

Selva joined Fat Tail Investment Research’s team in 2016, as an analyst. She now writes from her vantage point in Australia, where she settled in 2015.

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