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Eagle Aurum Company offers a broad portfolio of investments that will allow you to consolidate your assets in certified investment gold, safely.

Investment of your savings is the most effective method to obtain profits from it.

There are plenty of reasons why people save, those who have small children or teenagers prioritize the future of children, university, their wedding, their first home, their first car, etc.

For those whose children have already grown and still have a few years left until the age of retirement; it is necessary to guarantee that when the time comes, their economic base will allow them to maintain their current level of financial tranquillity. And for others naturally accumulate money that will enable them to give themselves those tastes or pleasures that you have been dreaming for years and cannot get, travel, luxury cars, a house on the beach or the mountain, etc. When you accumulate specific capital, it is convenient to start thinking about investing it. In the first instance you will find the offers of the Banks, which without going into details of stability and returns, you may consider it. Currently, if we think the reference currencies such as the Euro or the Dollar, the interest rates are close to zero, with inflation exceeding 3.5% per year, to which we must add the usual expenses that continually burden us for the single fact of having our account open, which means that added to the continuous devaluation of the fiduciary money (bills) each year we have less real capital than the previous one. Then we have the political, economic variables that always surround the banking system. In the last decade the central European and American banks have had to be rescued by the governments to avoid their bankruptcy (Citibank, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Bankia, CAM, among others more than 50) That without counting the political measures of some countries where governments flagrantly seize the money of the savers for the benefit of the banks (Argentina corralito of 2001, Greece, Venezuela, among others).

For this reason, it will be convenient to consider other investment channels to safeguard your assets, which to date have acquired great international relevance because they are reliable, safe and, above all, highly profitable.

When you analyze Investing your savings, which otherwise will not generate any benefit, it is essential that you think about safeguarding your estate, your future and that of your family. The advantages obtained may give you a better standard of living without destroying your capital. Throughout history, it has shown that Investing in the same business can be risky, even if it seems safe. In a world so tumultuous financially and economically, to believe in a single investment system is a mistake that could prove fatal.

The Gold and Silver Investment Industry has proven to be the most solvent for millennia in the face of market volatility. The significant Economic Crises have affected the value of Cash Money considerably.

Unlike other markets, Gold and Silver have always benefited, leaving unharmed from all crises. The safeguard of savings in Gold as a method of consolidation and protection was, is and will be the most recommended decision by the experts.

We can observe this information in graphics. In the immediate past, there were various Economic Crises of global impact, which have devastated governments and left hundreds of thousands of families in ruins.

Some references:

1929.- Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression.  The world economic crisis of the 1930s (Great Depression) was precipitated by the fall of the prices of agricultural products in the US in 1928 and began with the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange on October 29, 1929. Following the crisis, the basic legislation of the stock exchange was modified. One of the fundamental laws was the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 that created the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), to supervise and monitor markets in the US.

1971.- End of the Gold Standard System.  Excessive US spending on its foreign investments and the Vietnam War caused its gold reserves to be drastically reduced so that the value of the currency was no longer supported by this metal. Therefore, in the middle of strong speculation and leaks of US capital, President Richard Nixon decided to suspend the convertibility with gold and devalued the currency by 10%, something he did without consulting the other members of the International Monetary System. Two years later he again devalued the currency, which finally ended with the gold standard. This is how the era of floating changes began based on the evolution of capital markets.

1973.- Economic Crisis in the East (known as oil crisis). Strong inflationary effect in the West and reduction of economic activity.

1987.- North American Economic Crisis (known as Black Monday). On October 19, 1987, millions of investors flocked to sell their shares on the New York Stock Exchange due to the widespread belief in the improper handling of confidential information and the acquisition of companies with money from credit. That day, the Dow Jones Industrial Index plummeted 508 points (-22.6%), and dragged the European and Japanese stock markets. 500,000 million dollars disappear from the New York Stock Exchange. The markets collapsed.

1992.- Kuwait Economic Crisis. The Stock Market competes with the Official Stock Exchange with post-dated checks, used to fulfil debts, money that never existed.

1994.- Mexican Economic Crisis (known as Tequila Effect). The Mexican government is unable to maintain its fixed exchange rate against the dollar and announces the devaluation of the currency. The lack of confidence in their economy causes a large outflow of capital, the credits are interrupted, production decreases and unemployment increases more than 60 percent. Its negative effects on the rest of Latin America were baptized as the "Tequila Effect".

1997.- Southeast Asian Economic Crisis (known as Crisis of the IMF). In July, the Thai currency was devalued, and after that fell those of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, which also had repercussions in Taiwan, Hong Kong and South Korea. It dragged the rest of the economies and this crisis, which at first seemed regional, ended up becoming the first global crisis. Investors lose confidence in the currency and a strong devaluation converts in a few weeks to 21,000,000 people in poor.

1997.- Internet Economic Crisis (known as a dot-com crash). From 1997 to 2001, the Internet companies boom increased the value of exchanges quickly and speculated on their bankruptcies.

1998.- Crisis of the Rouble.  Russia collapsed its national banking system, with a partial suspension of international payments, the devaluation of its currency and the freezing of foreign currency deposits. The IMF granted multimillion-dollar credits to stop the free fall of its currency and that the impact was irreparable in the international market.

2001.- Attacks of 9/11.  The attacks of September 11, 2001 in the US also dropped the stock markets. The Nikkei in Tokyo fell more than 6% and European stock exchanges fell sharply, prompting investors to take refuge in gold and US Treasury bonds. The Fed responded with cuts of the types - four until the end of the year - in the strongest campaign of its history.

2001.- Argentine Economic Crisis (known as cacerolazo and corralito). The government of Argentina lacks funds to maintain the fixed parity of the peso against the dollar and imposes restrictions on the withdrawal of bank deposits (corralito) to prevent capital outflow. In December 2001, it suspended the payment of the debt, of almost 100,000 million dollars, which constitutes the biggest bankruptcy in history. In January 2002, President Eduardo Duhalde was forced to end parity and converted dollar deposits into pesos. Hundreds of billions in savings in dollars are converted into local currency (specification), daily currency extraction is limited, and the economy is frozen.

2007-2010.- Great Recession.  The United States suffers its biggest financial crisis since the 1930s, as a result of an easing in the risk assessment, which spreads to the rest of the world. The trigger was the outbreak of a huge real estate bubble, which revealed that banks had extended subprime mortgages to people who could not afford them, with the expectation that the price of homes would continue to rise. Those mortgages were securitized and sold in the markets, which caused hundreds of billions of dollars in losses to investors. President George W. Bush created a $ 700 billion financial rescue program, which he and his successor, Barack Obama, used to revive banks, insurers and the auto industry. Obama also promoted a stimulus plan of 787,000 million dollars to revitalize the economy through infrastructure, education, unemployment aid and subsidies to alternative energies. At the same time, Obama is promoting the largest financial reform since the 1930s, complemented by an initiative to tighten international banking standards.

2009-2010.- Debt crisis in Europe. The new government of Greece recognizes that the country's deficit is much higher than previously revealed, which makes the interest of its bonds soar in the markets. The European Union and the IMF are negotiating for months a program of aid to prevent an extension of the crisis to other economies with similar problems, particularly Portugal, Spain, Ireland and Italy, although fears in the markets sink the value of the euro.

The Gold market has not only been impervious but has trengthened. In the following chart, we can observe over time, the impact on the price of Gold.

Undoubtedly, History offers us enough evidence to think seriously about the markets that should safeguard their savings.




Information and Suggestions




When comparing the businesses in which you want to invest it is not enough to calculate the points of advantage in which one exceeds the other. There are vital and strategic factors to take into account.

You should ask yourself if you are a Conservative, Moderate or Aggressive Investor. This will take you to select the appropriate option for your investment profile. You should know that you will be the one to make the decisions.

You must also consider whether you want to make a speculative investment or need a stake to consolidate benefits into assets.

Speculative investments are those in which we assume a particular moderate or aggressive risk while waiting for the value in which we invest to increase its price to sell shortly or medium term when they reach the expected profit. This type of operation always carries a risk even on the capital invested. (Stocks, Forex, Cryptocurrencies) Since as we saw in the different world crises increasingly intense and frequent can fall as much or more abruptly than they rise. There is a maxim among professional stockbrokers that says "Past profits never guarantee future benefits" In street language, it means that action, a cryptocurrency, an investment fund or a fiduciary currency has gone up a lot until yesterday does not guarantee that does not fall on the floor in two hours.

The consolidation of profits and assets investments are those in which the investor does not seek speculation but capitalize the profits obtained or their savings to preserve them from the vagaries of the economy for the future. Smart investors periodically move a percentage of the profits earned in speculative sectors and consolidate real estate or investment gold to protect themselves from possible losses in other businesses. Gold far exceeds any other asset because it has an intrinsic value, (value in itself) It not devalued, governments do not control it, it is a refuge value since it acts in reverse of the market. When there is an economic crisis, a climate disaster, a war, political instability, stock market indices fall, cryptocurrencies fall, currencies devalue and big investors seek refuge. (This means that they sell their securities and buy gold) As a result, gold goes up. It has a history as a monetary value reference of more than 5,000 years. His holding does not generate taxes or maintenance expenses like a house. And if we analyze the growth of its value concerning the reference currencies in the last 100 years, an annual average of 20% is revalued when we take medium and long-term periods. It is one of the few things that exist whose value was never and will not be zero.

At Eagle Aurum Company, you will receive all the advice and financial training to make Safe, Guaranteed and Profitable Investments. Do not hesitate to contact us.