$10,000 Gold: Why Gold's Inevitable Rise Is the Investor's Safe Haven Hardcover – Apr 29 2013
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Nick Barisheff's book is a "gutsy call for faith in gold’s fundamentals at a time when many are giving up on precious metals... Barisheff is at his best when clarifying the differences between paper gold... and the real thing like coins and allocated accounts... This is a polished production from beginning to end, which makes it an easy read. Everyone associated with it should be proud of what they’ve produced." – John Rubino, author and founder of DollarCollapse.com
"I’ve long been a believer in having a 5 to 10 percent position in some combination of gold or precious metals. Anyone looking for a one-stop investment guide to all things gold can hardly ignore this book." – Jonathan Chevreau, editor MoneySense Magazine
"Gold provides an invisible return or dividend. This book is a must read." – Chris Waltzek GoldSeekRadio.com
"Nick Barisheff's new book... $10,000 Gold: Why Gold's Inevitable Rise Is the Investor's Safe Haven is 4 years in the making... the book attempts to empower investors when buying gold." – CliffKüle.com
"Overall this book presents a compelling case for owning physical gold as a means of protecting ones wealth from inflation and from further western economic decline." - Dan Simon
"Nick Barisheff does a great job at pointing out the fact that this recent price drop in gold and silver has not gone as the manipulators would have planned. Demand was supposed to drop. Clearly it hasn’t as major bullion dealers are STILL reporting massive physical demand." – Sprott Money Blog
"Barisheff argues against the popular perception that only stocks are the ideal long term investments. He points out, 'One cannot compare gold held in a vault to an investment in stocks. Stocks cannot be compared to gold when it comes to risk.' " – Gold Investment Tips
"Our recommended source for serious study is one of the most recently launched books on gold, with a very provocative title $10,000 Gold by Nick Barisheff. But what sets it apart is Barisheff is no mere academic or just another talking head, he puts his money where his mouth is! Barisheff is no fair weather gold bug. He commands respect as evident by his numerous interviews." Under Cover Gold of Singapore.
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Despite the surge in financial risk during what has become the Great Recession, golddespite its 11-year rise against all major currencies and equity classesinexplicably continues to be virtually absent in the largest investment portfolios, most notably those of global pension funds and insurance companies, which harbor trillions of dollars' worth of the world's assets. For the individual investor, the benefits of owning gold are substantial, yet gold continues to be misunderstood. $10,000 Gold explodes the myths and offers the reader a course of action.
$10,000 Gold takes a unique approach to the subject of gold as money. It shows the reader why gold will continue climbing to $10,000 an ounce and beyond, and proves the case by applying the same principles and wide-spectrum analysis that investors would undertake in any investment due diligence.
$10,000 Gold predicts that the well-established rules of value finance will eventually regain prominence as the debt-based thinking of the present day runs its course. The book looks at the world through a lens or vantage point of the gold mindsetthe creation of a standard for evaluating all financial transactions based on the intrinsic value that gold possesses. The author, Nick Barisheff, encourages his readers to "think in terms of ounces not dollars," much like our grandparents did when their gold-backed dollars were a stable store of value.
The book, like its subjectgoldpresents unmistakably stark truths. Over the last half century, we have passed through successive stages of unbridled growth, financial exuberance, speculation and unchecked fraud that preceded the hardship of a stubborn recession. Clearly, we can no longer depend on governments or the integrity of our leaders to look after us. We alone must be responsible for our own financial well-being and the liberation that an understanding of owning gold delivers.
Ultimately, $10,000 Gold offers a positive message at a time when readers are being inundated with all manner of articles, blogs and documentaries that seek mainly to point blame at Wall Street/Washington corruption. At this stage in the fiat money cycle, such messages cause frustration and often reinforce the impotence of the individual. Nick Barisheff seeks to remind his readers that they as individuals can have a positive financial future no matter what governments, Wall Street or foreign powers do. The case for owning gold has never been stronger, as the policies of some central banks are demonstrating. $10,000 Gold will give you new insight and welcome relief in a time of financial turmoil.See all Product Description
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The book is divided into two sections: First, "The Framework for $10,000 Gold" demonstrates why several long-tern and irreversible trends such as the aging population, outsourcing, U.S. and global government debt, movement away from the U.S. dollar, the rise of the East and even competition for cheap, land-based oil are all responsible for the rising price of gold. The author's explanation of the effect each trend has is convincing. For example, the relationship between the price of gold and the rising U.S. debt is almost identical when put on a chart. When all of these trends are combined their total effect is synergistic, in that it is greater than the sum of all its individual parts. For example, outsourcing and the aging population work together to create the need of more government debt for social programs and more debt equals more loss of purchasing power through debasement and therefore a higher price in gold.Read more ›
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An Informative, educational, challenging discussion on Gold. Nick Barisheff provides a historic background to the gold mining industry and to the metal itself, and how it came to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richdude
Awesome insight. Its a war ..... be a soldier. Buy gold in physical.Published 8 months ago by Northern Man
A good book for anyone interested in learning about the history of gold and how it plays into the modern world. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anonymous
I choose this book because of my limited knowledge on investments and my interest in gold stocks and gold bullions. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Alain Lavoie
decent book -worth the read ..... somewhat optimistic but definatly worth picking up and buying...
im way more into gold/barter system than debit...