The Importance Of Investing In Gold For Your Portfolio

We have an honest discussion about gold this week with an honest gold dealer. Yes I know its an oxymoron, but we get the real scoop about what you should look out for and how you should look at investing in gold for your portfolio. We discuss what kinds of coins you should consider... and more importantly, which ones to avoid. Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, and more.

For those of you who missed Freedomfest 2021 in July, Rich was my debate partner with the famous Gold vs Bitcoin Debate. I think we won. What do you think?

Additional research:

Debunking 5 common gold misconceptions - State Street


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Today's Guest:  Richard Checkan

As the President and COO of ASI, Rich Checkan has been an integral part of ASI's maturation to a full-service tangible asset provider to include precious metals, and rare US, world, and ancient coins. Mr. Checkan oversees the operations, administrative, sales, and marketing departments, and serves as ASI's compliance officer.


He is a regular contributor to Escape Artist Insiders magazine and ASI's monthly newsletter, Information Line. Mr. Checkan speaks yearly at numerous conferences and seminars worldwide, has been tapped for his expertise on industry vlogs and podcasts, and had been quoted in myriad financial newsletters and the NY Times.

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