Shop the Sale! Exclusive Offer on Canadian Mint “Call of the Wild” Gold Eagle Coin
Not too long ago, my wife came home with two big flats of Powerade.
We didn’t need Powerade. We had plenty.
And yet I praised her for her shopping prowess. Why? Because she got the stuff dirt cheap and we’re going to need more Powerade down the road.
Smart shoppers look for bargains. And right now, gold is a bargain. If you’re a smart shopper, you’re going to want to take advantage of this.
We just kicked off an incredible, exclusive sale on the limited edition Royal Canadian Mint “Call of the Wild” Golden Eagle one-ounce bullion coin. This is an opportunity for you to own beautiful, collectible coins at bullion prices.
Don’t Miss This Opportunity
The World Gold Council just released a report outlining three macro-trends that look really good for gold in the second half of 2018. The report noted that gold’s current price range may offer an attractive entry level for investors. In other words, this is gold on sale. And like I said, smart shoppers shop sales.
If you’ve never invested in gold, this may be a good time to start!
And if you’re a seasoned precious metal investor, this is a great opportunity to add to your portfolio.
I was pretty impressed that my wife scored Powerade at 59 cents per bottle.
This sale is better.
The Golden Eagle is the fifth coin in the popular Canadian Mint “Call of the Wild” series. This beautifully detailed coin features one of Canada’s largest and most powerful birds of prey minted in 99.99% pure gold. The other side features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Each coin comes in credit card-sized packaging featuring a certificate of authenticity signed by the Royal Canadian Mint’s chief assayer.
This is a limited edition coin that collectors will value, but it is pure bullion, and you can buy it today at bullion prices.
This Sale Won’t Last Long
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After a long run, I love to chug down a cold Poweraide. I would certainly much rather pull one my wife bought for 59 cents on sale than have to drive up to the Circle K and plunk down a buck-fifty. I bet you’ll feel the same way when the bottom falls out of this bubble economy and the price of gold starts shooting up. That will not be a good time to buy gold. The time is now – while gold is on sale.
Just today, I wrote a report detailing how the Federal Reserve has built a fake recovery on working-class debt. It simply isn’t sustainable. The bubbles will almost certainly pop eventually. When that happens, you’ll want to own gold. Take advantage of this sale today and get these beautiful “Call of the Wild” Gold Eagle coins while supplies last.
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