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Gold & Silver Storage – Your Questions Answered

More: We get more questions about safely storing and insuring metals than anything else. So, we brought together our best minds – Mike Maloney, president Alex Daley, and senior analyst Jeff Clark to share their insights on the topic. This is your chance to take a table-side seat and join them in a first-of-its-kind webinar about one of the key concerns for every metals investor: storage. You will learn:
– How Jeff Clark’s having gold stolen from his home changed his view of storage forever
-The extent of Brinks security, from armed guards to seismic sensors
– How GoldSilver’s size and market standing has enabled us to offer you extraordinary storage for a price few would imagine possible
– GoldSilver’s allocated storage difference: you own real, specific, unshared gold and silver (as opposed to our competitors’ so-called “allocated” storage, where you don’t)
– GoldSilver’s human difference: Every online order and account request is double-verified by an expert in our headquarters
– The fatal flaw that makes insuring your home-stored gold especially dangerous
– GoldSilver has made private vault storage affordable for everyone
– Your holdings are insured for the full market value of your metals
– The importance of storing gold and silver outside of the banking system
– About our partnership with Brinks, the most trusted name in financial security
– How our private vaults are audited every single day to ensure your holdings are safe
– Bank safe deposit box horror stories; why to never store your metals in one
– How ETFs and mint certificate programs charge you up to 7% fees, while delivering a fraction of the ease and security that GoldSilver provides
– The GoldSilver instant-liquidity advantage
And so much more…
So give us 35 minutes, and even if you know absolutely nothing about gold and silver storage strategies right now, you’ll emerge with all the answers you need to make the smartest, safest decision you can for you and your family.
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28 Comments on Gold & Silver Storage – Your Questions Answered

  1. Safe from everyone but governments, it’s all in one place so they won’t worry about pirates with 20 ounces of gold and 1000 ounces of silver at the bottom of a pond, or other place that crazy people would hide it, and insurance wouldn’t be able to replace it with anything but fiat if the banks enforce the slave laws already written that will be enforced as soon as they get the guns.

    For the heavy hitters, those with larger holdings, I endorse your product without question, especially if the owners of the receivership of said bankrupt nation are on board with defaulting the bankruptcy and settling for the good of humanity act since they caused it by their actions and non transparent means.

    If you can afford to buy diplomatic immunity, do it! Those pesky statute laws are there to break the middle class, and you won’t have to even be smart to fight them in court or never have to go under contract law, only real laws with victims.

  2. Gold is the money of kings. Kings defend their land. If you aren’t prepared for a fight, you must ask yourself what kind of man you are. In emergencies, NO ONE is going to deliver your gold to you. It will be seized by the government. That’s it.

  3. 0.06% of asset value per month it’s not expensive?
    Let’s say I want to keep 250,000 for retirement. 25 years of storage will cost me almost 1/5 of my savings.

    • To THEM it’s “not expensive.” Maybe because they’re getting a commission or some type of compensation ( maybe Free lifetime storage?) for their referrals to Alex at Brinks. Things are never expensive to those profiting off such “things.” I’d store mine in a vault at my local Chase bank…. or not.

  4. Why trust a third party? When TSHF even the guards at the “secure” vault will pillage your metals.
    As sure as the sun shines, those people do not care about you. Think like a Pirate folk.

  5. i don’t fancy your chances of getting your bars during an economic crisis, insured or not

  6. If I had enogh gold and silver for storage to be a problem, I would choose to put it into one of these abandoned military facilities, turned private gold vaults, in Switzerland. Yes they are expensive, but if there is one thing the swish know it is keeping gold safe.

    • @John Anthony art thou trying to be funny? The Swiss are known for their banking for their long long history of neutrality and accountability.
      the old swiss confederacy won their independence from the holy Roman empire in the 12th century, and have since then functioned as a Free State, being above the petty politics in Europe, both figuratively and literally, seeing as they are a mountain state and it is due to the mountains that they have been able to keep their independence and neutrality

  7. Had some silver – not much, under 50 ounces. Went away for a week….wife is paranoid at times, suggested we hide silver. okay, no problem. I know the perfect place. Come back from vacation and procrastinate on getting the silver from hiding spot. 3 years later, still looking for it. WTF did I put it?!! lol At least I know it’s here somewhere and safe-:)

    • That’s my concern too, along with what may happen in a really bad socioeconomic situation (electrical grid issues, that sort of thing).

  8. My concern is that the actual total amount is delivered to my depository from the online dealer (I had a tracking email say the package of silver delivered was about 5lbs when it should’ve been close to 40lbs).. since I cant verify other than phone and email communications, this makes me think there could be a scam somewhere between the online dealer, the depository, and/or the IRA custodian

  9. You have Brinks, independent auditors, all doing their stuff in a vault that belongs to a third party. Do these companies finance their operations from their charitable budgets? How do US citizens over ride US interference regarding overseas accounts? How do you vault precious metals that you physically hold?

  10. A safe telegraphs to burglars “this is where the goods are” a good hiding place is 100 fold safer then a safe!

  11. As your customer, I would prefer delivery of my same SEALED CASES, instead of opened or loose ounces. Has my segregated account been converted to allocated?

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