A Great Way to Own Physical Gold

Wow! My three weeks in Australia added up to what I think will turn out to be one of the most-profitable research trips of my life.

I believe we are on the verge of a new natural resource super-cycle -- and Australia is blessed with plenty of them.

Australia is one of world's largest producers of iron ore, copper, nickel, coal, bauxite, uranium, rare earth metals, zinc, and natural gas. Australia is also the second-largest gold producer, behind only China.

While gold has had a difficult year, you have to believe that our massive $16 trillion (and growing) national debt and the Fed's $85 billion a month Quantitative Easing bond-buying program will ultimately send gold soaring.

If you own or are thinking about buying physical gold, I believe one of the very best ways to do so is through Australia's Perth Mint.

Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, the epicenter of the Australian natural resource boom. So, it's only natural that it offers one truly unique way to benefit from it.

In the late 19th century, Western Australia experienced a boom similar to the California Gold Rush. Massive gold discoveries drew miners and fortune-seekers from everywhere.

The Australian government opened the Perth Mint in 1899 to refine all that gold into bars and coins. It is now one of the most popular tourist sites in Western Australia.

The Perth Mint is one of the elite few world mints whose pure gold, silver and platinum coins are legal tender and trusted without question.

Tony recently met with Bron Suchecki at the Perth Mint

The Perth Mint is also one of the world's largest gold dealers, offering one of the best ways to buy and hold physical gold.

While I was there, I met with Perth Mint officials and received a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour. I was able to record a wonderful 8-minute audio interview with Bron Suchecki, the mint's Manager of Analysis and Strategy.

You can listen to my interview by clicking the image below.

The Perth Mint offers several ways to buy and hold gold. The Perth Mint Depository Program (PMDP) is especially interesting for its convenience, confidentiality, and rock-bottom storage costs. You can read all about it here.

Their "unallocated" program has ZERO annual holding fees. Moreover, your Perth Mint gold deposits have a double guarantee: first by Lloyd's of London, and then by the full faith and credit of the Western Australian government.

As you will hear in the interview, opening an account at the Perth Mint is very simple.

1. Go to Perth Mint's website and complete the account opening form.

2. Submit a notarized copy of your identification such as passport and/or driver's license.

3. Wire funds ($50,000 minimum) to the Perth Mint.

I'm not suggesting that you rush out and buy gold tomorrow morning. My point: if you are a substantial gold investor, the Perth Mint's PMDP program is one of the best ways I've ever found to buy and hold physical gold.

The Perth Mint is NOT compensating me to tell you this. I just think they have a unique and very effective way to invest in physical gold -- and I wanted you to know about it.

Have a safe and enjoyable holiday week!


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Posted 11-27-2013 12:04 PM by Tony Sagami
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