Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Are You a King Midas?

We all know the story of King Midas?

King Midas was walking in his garden one day and saw an elderly satyr asleep in the flowers. Taking pity on the old fellow, King Midas let him go without punishment. He was then rewarded and given one wish. The king thought for only a second and then said I wish for everything I touch to turn to gold." And so it was.

Well it actually turned out to be a curse because when he tried to eat, his food turned to gold and he made the mistake of touching his child. She turned hard and fast to gold. King Midas saw that soon his whole kingdom would turn to gold unless he did something right away. He asked that his wish be reversed and instantly, King Midas was poorer that he had been, but richer, he felt, in the things that really count.

Well today we can all be a little like King Midas with an investment in Gold bars. We can simply pick up the phone and contact a company called Monex and really stake a claim in our future. Investing in gold has always been a way to preserve wealth. Today it actually is an excellent way to put a little diversity in your investment portfolio.

The good thing about it is that it is so easy do. Just pick up the phone and speak to a rep. Tell them what you want and they will confirm your order, take your bank wire or overnight check and fill your order. Of course there is a short waiting period for funds to clear and all that, but very soon your gold bars will be shipped to you. Gold is available in coin or ingot form. Ingots are really ingots of pure bullion cast in a specified shape. Coins actually do have a currency value or they are actually defined as ingots.

The time to buy is now. Monex has a dedicated staff of professionals committed to serving your precious metals investment needs. They are actually America’s best dealer in precious metals due to competitive prices.

You can chase a butterfly all over the field and never catch it. But if you sit quietly in the grass it will come and sit on your shoulder.

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