Woohoo! We picked some more winners!
Scroll down for the results of the most recent winners for Golden Chocolate Giveaway.
But first let’s talk about something very important.
$100 in 1971 is equal in purchasing power to about $731.55 today, an increase of $631.55 over 51 years.
The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.98% per year between 1971 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 631.55%.
Here in 2022, the projected annualized inflation rate is projected to be over 8.5%. More than twice as high as 1971.
This means that today’s prices are 7.32 times higher than average prices since 1971, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index. A dollar today can only buy 13.670% of what it could buy back then.
Why is this important?
Your purchasing power has been under attack! Big time.
Let’s do some basic math comparing the best assets in the world.
On August 15, 1971 the Dow Jones Industrial Average was trading at 856. Today it
is trading at 32,396. This represents a heft
3,684% increase over a period of 51 years.
Sounds impressive, doesn’t it?
Until you do the same calculation in terms of Gold.
On August 15, 1971, Gold was trading at $35 an ounce.
Today it is trading at $1773 an ounce. That
represents an increase of 4,966% or 1,281
MORE than the increase in the Dow Jones
Gold actually performed 34.7% better than the best-performing stocks over the last 51 years.
Let that sink in.
Our mission and objective is to help people protect their purchasing power.
We will keep the light on for you.
Good Luck in today’s contest.
Of course, you know that investing in precious metals is one of the best ways of diversifying your investment portfolio.
Gold is outperforming ALL other investment assets in the long run.
You might be thinking: “This is great, but Gold requires huge investments, and I don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars just lying around.”
The good news – you don’t need huge pile of cash to get started in gold. If you’ve saved $100,000 + for retirement in an IRA, 401(k), TSP or other retirement account -you can play this game!
If you’re not taking steps to diversify, your dollars could be worth less than expected when you retire.
It could help you potentially offset losses due to government actions that devalue the dollar.
If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry, we are not done picking winners!
Far from it! Keep watching your email for more winner announcements! Feel Free to tell your friends about this contest. Good Luck!
Robert E, Minnesota
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