I received a text message from a friend, delightedly informing me that he struck lottery yesterday. While he was happy with his win, he lamented that he was not lucky enough to win a bigger prize. You know how lotteries are!
He said that if he had won the jackpot, he would still continue to work but hire wealth managers to take care of his wealth. I read about how a Missoula, MT wealth management group serve their clients, not only preserving their wealth but also growing it. This is the kind of wealth management my friend needs, if he had won!
My friend was obviously day-dreaming about hitting the jackpot but then again, it doesn’t hurt anyone. Dreams are free, anyway.
My friend, Wilson, has informed me that he has begun to buy gold bullion. This friend is a very cautious guy and rightly so since he is a risk manager with a major financial institution in the city. I have wondered if it is still a good time to buy gold now, thinking that I have missed the boat since gold price has already gone up for the past two to three years.
However, if Wilson, a risk manager, still thinks he could gain by investing in gold even at this late hour, then I am sure I too could make a profit, if I were to follow his footsteps. I just need to save up enough money to invest in gold. Where did my capital go??
I have been thinking how to invest the little capital that I have saved up. I am looking for an investment option with as low risk as possible. A friend suggested I invest in gold bullion, like what he is doing.
The difference is that he had been in the game very early on and has made good money over the years. To start now, I am not sure if I could still catch the boat. As you know, gold price has been rising for at least three years now and still continues to go up!
Anyway, I will have to carefully study the market, though I know that I can’t procrastinate further.
My brother read that WSJ says Buy Gold and asked if it’s a wise investment. You see, coming from a family that deals in precious metal business, we have followed the price of gold over the past few years and have seen how much the price has risen. It was so in demand, we regret not holding any gold ourselves.
A friend of mine told me that I could now buy gold through United States Gold Bureau easily and it’s safe because this is an established and reliable company. While I would like to do it, I do not have enough personal cash to do so, unfortunately. However, buying gold this way certainly sounds more attractive than buying via a gold account through a bank.
A friend, who works with a bank, told me that they are running a promotion for new account holders of gold accounts. Actually, I have thought of buying gold, or just buy gold coins but I don’t have enough capital for gold bullion.
My friend advised me to buy American Gold Eagle Coins, which I think is a good idea as well. I have been keeping tabs on it and have been reading up on United States Gold Bureau. I just have not been brave enough to take the plunge!
Investing always comes with risks, even when they are well-thought out and well-studied. At this point, I definitely cannot risk losing my cash, hence my procrastination. Hmm what do you think?
My friend, who works as a risk manager with a huge financial institution in the city, recently gave me a couple of tips on wealth management. While they were good, I don’t see how I could put them to work. I am someone who wants my money to work for me and not the other way around. However, at this point, it is so difficult to turn things around.
Do you think that engaging the services of a wealth manage would help? I have read about a Missoula, MT wealth management group, a company established in 1935 and now services the Northwest, Midwest and Rocky Mountain region.
They are professionals who work hard and pay attention to details, taking care to manage their clients’ wealth whilst keeping pace with the today’s changing economy.
I met a couple of friends the other day and somehow, our conversation turned to gold investment. One of them asked me if I know how to buy gold coins online. Well, I have no experience but I have read a lot about it and even have on standby the contact information of a licensed dealer in precious metal, so that I could quickly enter the market when there is a new opportunity.
I told my friend the websites where she should go and read about investing in gold. It is compulsory to invest time into it first before investing money. Even though one may have access to a good dealer, the decision to buy or sell still lies with the investor, right?