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Nixon 50

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Nixon's Folly Is Your Gain

Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon slammed the “gold window” shut. Aug. 15, 1971 was the final blow for the gold standard.

Nixon promised this move wouldn’t devalue the greenback and that “your dollar will be worth just as much as it is today.”

We know how this turned out.

A 1971 dollar has about 15 cents of purchasing power today.

But you can benefit from Nixon’s folly.

Since that day, gold has gone up 4,757%.

There’s no reason to think this trend won’t continue in the long run.

This isn't the kind of anniversary you celebrate - but it is one worth remembering. To mark this ignoble date, SchiffGold is offering you a deal. We’ll take $50 off any order of $5,000 or more placed the week of August 16, 2021.

Gold and silver have seen a nice pullback, and premiums have come off the highs. This is a fantastic buying opportunity!

Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon slammed the “gold window” shut. Aug. 15, 1971 was the final blow for the gold standard.

Nixon promised this move wouldn’t devalue the greenback and that “your dollar will be worth just as much as it is today.”

We know how this turned out.

A 1971 dollar has about 15 cents of purchasing power today.

But you can benefit from Nixon’s folly.

Since that day, gold has gone up 4,757%.

There’s no reason to think this trend won’t continue in the long run.

This isn't the kind of anniversary you celebrate - but it is one worth remembering. To mark this ignoble date, SchiffGold is offering you a deal. We’ll take $50 off any order of $5,000 or more placed this week.

Gold and silver have seen a nice pullback, and premiums have come off the highs. This is a fantastic buying opportunity!

Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon slammed the “gold window” shut. Aug. 15, 1971 was the final blow for the gold standard.

Nixon promised this move wouldn’t devalue the greenback and that “your dollar will be worth just as much as it is today.”

We know how this turned out.

A 1971 dollar has about 15 cents of purchasing power today.

But you can benefit from Nixon’s folly.

Since that day, gold has gone up 4,757%.

There’s no reason to think this trend won’t continue in the long run.

This isn't the kind of anniversary you celebrate - but it is one worth remembering. To mark this ignoble date, SchiffGold is offering you a deal. We’ll take $50 off any order of $5,000 or more placed this week.

Gold and silver have seen a nice pullback, and premiums have come off the highs. This is a fantastic buying opportunity!

Please fill out the following form and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible! You can also call us at 1-888-GOLD-160 or email us at [email protected] Just mention “Nixon” for $50 off your order.

 
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