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Within 24 hours our Gold IRA team will get in touch with you to help guide you through the process of moving your funds and to ask for any additional information if needed.
Michelle Priddy and her team helped me convert my 401K to a Regal Assets account. They answered all my questions I had and helped me with all the paperwork that needed to be done. To make it even more complicated my prior company had switched my 401K to another company so we had to get through that transition before I could move my account. That was no problem for Regal Assets. They waited with me patiently for the conversion process to be completed and then helped me from that point to move my new account over. Thanks for all your help in this transition. It was something I was considering doing for quite a while and I'm glad it's done and greatfull for all the help I received from the team at Regal
- Cliff K.11/22/16
Thanks to Christian making my first purchase of gold and silver coins for my SEP IRA an efficient and trouble free experience. All of the "paper work" was handled online (which I greatly prefer). I did not have to fill in form with a pen and then mail in. The setting up of the gold IRA was quick and the purchase of the coins was just a fast. Will be do more business with Regal in the near future.
- Glenn S.01/03/17
Thanks to Christian Howard and Regal Assets the experience I had was very professorial and put me at ease. I had contacted other company's and was very uncomfortable with the high pressure sales and not even wanting to following my instructions.
- Kevin F.01/02/17
I really enjoyed working with Ryder. He asked me about my goals and clearly explained the pros and cons of various choices. He answered all of my questions very clearly. I have no doubt that he helped me make the best decision on what to buy. I look forward to working with him again. He definitely rates 5 stars.
- Michael J.12/27/16
“People view gold as emotional, but when they demythologize it, when they look at it for what it is and the opportunity it represents, they’re going to say, ‘We really should own some of that.’ The question will then change to ‘Where do we get the gold?'”
“Gold is the money of choice and we would like to have a meaningful amount of our assets denominated in gold. It’s the biggest position in the fund”… “It’s the one kind of money Bernanke can’t print more of.”
“If this business was as easy as it sounds, all my branch managers would be setting up their own gold loan companies.”
“There is a massive shifting of wealth to new economic powers.”
“I have never been a gold bug, it is just an asset that, like everything else in life, has its time and place. And that time is now.”
“At the core of the sharp downturn is an absence of confidence. Rising debt levels in Europe and the U.S., uncertainty about policymakers’ willingness to restore fiscal order, and increasingly cautious corporate sentiment that is consistent with slowing global growth are the chief culprits.”
“We’re looking now at what the world financial system is going to do with all this money that was printed during the financial crisis, if there’s continued inflation, we’ll see a global trend for raw materials and gold is not an exception. I’m optimistic that the gold price will stay at the same price or higher.”
“I view gold as a currency, not a commodity. It’s importance as a currency will continue to increase as the major central banks around the world continue to print money.”
“Gold will be the great investment over the next decade.”
“The U.S. dollar is very weak. Investors are moving to real assets.”
“The system is not working properly.”
“In 5,000 years of human history, gold has been the currency of choice, the store of value, when humans have called into question their governments’ efforts to solve problems by running printing presses and injecting money into the economy.”
“Gold is poised to complete its 11th consecutive annual gain, the longest winning streak in at least nine decades, on the brink of a bear market.”
“With the same things that were done in 2000 and 2001, when it was temporarily solved with big expenditures and very aggressive monetary and fiscal policy, aside from lowering taxes, we should be directing more money to the real economy, not to the financial economy. The volatility of the markets is so great that more is won or lost in a single day than in five years of accumulated interest. And that’s not a good thing.”
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