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Diversify Your IRA or 401(k) With Gold

Find out how to diversify your savings with precious metals.

Diversify Your IRA or 401(k) With Gold

Find out how to diversify your savings with precious metals.

How Can Gold Allied Trust Help You?

We offer a wide range of precious metals

At Gold Allied Trust, empower our clients with knowledge about the precious metals industry. This is why we offer free consultations to help equip you to make your strategic plan. You can even stay up to date on gold and silver price predictions, trends, and forecasts with our market insights.

Gold & Silver IRAs

With a Precious Metals IRA, you can diversify your savings to help hedge against financial crises, inflation, and political uncertainty. 

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Our team  writes and curates the thoughts of the world’s leading financial minds, enabling you to make the smart choices.

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How Does Gold Help My IRA?

Gold Can Help Protect Your Purchasing Power

Opening a Gold IRA can help you diversify your savings by acquiring assets not traditionally correlated with other markets. Check out this incredible resource on what gold will be worth in 5 years.

As J.P. Morgan stated in his testimony before Congress in 1912, “Gold is money. Everything else is credit.”

Gold Can Help Grow Your Savings

Physical gold has a historical record of being a store of wealth for over 5,000 years. Gold also has the potential to help you grow your savings as the US dollar weakens, even if it loses its status as the world reserve currency.

Look At What Experts Say About Gold

“If you don’t own gold, you know neither history nor economics.” – Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, September 2012 interview for the Council on Foreign Relations CEO Speaker Series

“For the first time in my life, I bought gold because it is a good hedge.” – Sam Zell, founder of Equity Group Investments, Bloomberg Jan. 17, 2019

Market News

  • The Central Bank Bullion Binge Continues
    by Daniel Iversen on November 30, 2023 at 6:57 pm

    The world’s “smartest money” is still hoovering up gold at the fastest pace since 1967, and they plan to buy more in 2024. Here's what it means for American gold owners who want to...

  • Let’s Give Thanks for Gold
    by Daniel Iversen on November 22, 2023 at 7:20 pm

    As 2023 winds down, America’s economic future remains uncertain. But gold’s future looks bright. So, let’s give thanks for gold and always remember...

  • From ‘Stable’ to ‘Negative’: Moody’s Outlook Highlights Deepening US Economic Uncertainty
    by Daniel Iversen on November 15, 2023 at 9:52 pm

    Moody’s Investors Service has shifted their US credit rating to “negative,” sending “a wakeup call to the reality of a struggling economy.” And Washington blames...

  • Is Gold Poised to Soar in 2024?
    by Daniel Iversen on November 8, 2023 at 7:30 pm

    The Fed paused rate hikes again. And experts say coming rate cuts and more may push gold to record highs in the coming months, if...

  • When These Financial Experts Talk, Do People  Listen?
    by Daniel Iversen on November 1, 2023 at 12:33 am

    Years ago, non-stop investment commercials ran with the iconic line “When E.F. Hutton talks, people listen!” But when today’s experts share their wisdom, do people stop and listen when they say...

  • America’s Biggest Banks Shutter Thousands of Regional Branches
    by Daniel Iversen on October 25, 2023 at 12:10 am

    The nation’s biggest banks have been quietly closing regional branches and cutting thousands of jobs. Some analysts say it’s about a switch to digital banking. But in truth, it may be...

  • The Inverted Pyramid of Risk
    by Daniel Iversen on October 18, 2023 at 7:34 pm

    The quest for a stable financial future has never felt more urgent for many Americans. Here's how The Inverted Pyramid of Risk may help you prepare for...

  • The Economic Implications Behind Costco’s Shocking Gold Rush 
    by Daniel Iversen on October 11, 2023 at 1:21 am

    America's favorite wholesale megastore is selling gold bars and they’re flying off the shelves. Why the sudden Costco Gold Rush? The truth is...

  • Why I Own Gold
    by Joseph Sherman on October 3, 2023 at 4:43 pm

    So by 2011, only three years after the crash, the gold portion of the portfolio had offset any losses — regardless of the portfolio’s asset mix — and even offered growth to a portfolio that was heavy in paper assets and real estate. The 2008 crisis example also led us — as a company responsible to our clients — to come up with our internal compass for how much gold a person may choose to hold. At that time, anyone who had a 30% stake in gold in 2008 didn’t suffer the financial blow that other investors did. On the contrary, they grew their wealth. Acquiring a single gold coin may not protect a $50,000 portfolio, but so far, we have not seen any reason to own more than 30% of anyone’s savings in gold to offer ample protection. You don’t need to go all in with gold to protect your portfolio If you want to, it’s imperative that you prepare for any possible market crash/real estate crash/bond crash/dollar crash/war. Although we can’t predict when it will happen, what will trigger it, or how badly it will affect the economy and various asset classes, history has proven that there will always be another crisis — even when the Fed, the Treasury Secretary, or financial experts claim, “this time is different.” Overvalued markets always go through a correction. While I’m an advocate for acquiring gold, I also advocate to not go over 30% in gold or in any asset class. Getting too aggressive with your allocation into gold puts you in the same position as getting aggressive with any other asset class. Wall Street and the paid financial media promote the idea that a good, solid, and risk-free portfolio could be made up of 100% in paper assets. That illusion cracked in 2008, and the only reason it is still out there is the massive stimulus and money printing re-vitalized the market in the span of seven years to where it was before. Investors lost the inflation that occurred during these years, but by 2015 they were seeing the same value again in their portfolio, so they kept on going with a mantra that “markets will always rebound.” While that may become true eventually, waiting for it to rebound during an inflationary period is like waiting to never have your portfolio regain its purchasing power. $100,000 today will not buy you what it did 10 years ago. And do you believe it will buy you what it buys today 10 years from now? And on a personal note: Because our clients have a position in gold, they are not putting all their wealth in paper asset markets that rely on stimulus and Fed manipulation. May you be well and safe in these uncertain times.

  • Fed Caught in Catch-22
    by Daniel Iversen on September 26, 2023 at 7:49 pm

    After 11 rate hikes, the Fed hit the pause button at the FOMC meeting last Wednesday. Now, Fed Chief Powell says...

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