The mainstream financial world can crow all they want about “the end of gold” as an investment, noting its price drop of almost 20 percent since the recent peak in 2011 and reassuring themselves that a wheezing U.S. “recovery” has backed the wolf of global economic collapse away from the door. But they’re wrong. They were wrong two years ago; they’re wrong now; and they’ll really be wrong two years from now. Sure, the value of gold as a mere “investment” — merely as an instrument that you buy and sell within today’s secular economy just as you’d buy and sell stocks and bonds and end up with a certain value on paper — has suffered lately. There are a number of reasons for this, including the conviction of some that the U.S. economy actually is recovering, as well as the fact that Fed-induced inflation hasn’t yet reared its ugly head. But trust us on this: All of this discussion about “the end of gold” is 180 degrees wrong. Sure, the day-to-day investment value of gold has paused lately – but, since 1999, its value measured in that way still has increased by 515 percent. Also, consider that volatility just remains part of the “personality” of gold as an investment, given that it is the world’s pivotal currency. Politics, culture, religion and ideology all attach to gold just as surely as pure financial and economic considerations. And in that larger view of gold, we’re urging our clients to remember that the value of their investments in God’s Money – compared with the fiat-money system of paper investments – is that gold and silver have been guaranteed ultimate value beyond how holdings in precious metals simply look on your P&L statements today. For gold is your money, with importance from day to day, not just some abstract holding in your retirement account. When the dollar is devalued and the Dow Jones Industrial Average drops again to 3000, as famed economist Harry Dent says it will, would you rather have dollars and paper – or gold and silver? Our perspective, an overall view that controls our view of gold far more than short-term or even year-to-year price fluctuations, is that the New World Order is taking the U.S. down-and-out financially as part of its takeover of the global financial system. In that coming event, of course, all paper currencies will become completely worthless, and the price and value of gold will soar. That’s why central banks around the world continue to hoard gold even through its recent price softness. And if gold is good enough for Ben Bernanke, isn’t it good enough for God’s people? For more information on how gold remains the best investment – and currency – for you today, contact us at info@RealMoneyUSA.com or at 866-966-0177.