What Changed? Even BlackRock Is Advising Its Clients to Look At Investing In Gold

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Has hell frozen over? It must have, because one of the chief architects trying to build hell on earth has recommended a move that goes against everything they’ve been saying for years.

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset management firm and the biggest promoters of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) investments, has released a report recommending investors allocate money into physical precious metals.

“Gold is having a moment; one we believe is likely to continue. The precious metal has risen over 8% so far in 2023, thanks to a combination of positive factors,” the analysts said in the report. “Gold fell from its May 3 high around $2050 per ounce amid expectations the U.S. would avoid missing the deadline to raise the debt ceiling. That said, the decline occurred after gold rallied nearly 30% from its 52-week low. If gold proves able to sustain a rally above its 10-year high of $2067, that may suggest another leg in the rally is likely.”

“This move is not surprising considering they’re in the business of not only making money, but making sure their investors don’t lose too much,” said Jonathan Rose, co-founder of Genesis Gold Group. “They are pushing ESG funds which have proven to lose money, so promoting gold at this time makes sense as they try to achieve balance.”

While BlackRock and the World Economic Forum claim ESG funds are beneficial, their actions do not jibe with their words. Even the Biden-Harris regime has tried to force the issue by incentivizing financial advisors to push ESG investments even as they continuously lose money. This is why tens of thousands of Americans are moving their retirement accounts to self-directed IRAs backed by physical precious metals.

Unlike a traditional IRA, a self-directed IRA allows individuals to invest in a broader range of assets (including gold) while benefiting from similar tax advantages as a traditional IRA.

Step 1: Opening Your Self-Directed IRA

– To open a self-directed IRA, many people typically work with a precious metals provider such as Genesis Gold Group who can walk you through each step of the process.

Step 2: Funding Your Self-Directed IRA

– You can fund your self-directed IRA by rolling over or transferring assets from your existing retirement accounts, such as a 401(k), 403(b), TSP, savings, or other IRA accounts. Those rollovers and transfers usually take place without tax consequences. Once your self-irected IRA is funded, you can buy gold as part of your retirement account.

Click here to get in touch with Genesis Gold Group today.

Unlike other precious metals companies, Genesis Gold Group does not take advantage of investors’ angst to push them into the wrong metals. Their focus is on customer service and putting the right mix of metals into their clients’ portfolios through rollovers or transfers of retirement accounts. This is why they don’t engage in the devious ploy of “free” silver marketing.

BlackRock is not alone with their sudden adoration of precious metals. China continues to ramp up purchases of gold, hitting all-time highs each of the last seven months. Central Banks have been buying as much gold as they can for two years, slowing only recently when investors started noticing and calling them out.

It behooves Americans who are concerned about the future to contact Genesis Gold Group. They’ll receive a free Definitive Gold Guide and will work with faith-driven, patriotic experts who can set up their retirement accounts with the winning mix of physical precious metals.

Click here to talk to Genesis Gold Group today.

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