TOM CLOUD UPDATE: Precious Metals & Alternative Hard Assets In 2022

Tom Cloud discusses how gold and silver will behave in 2022 with a weakness in the U.S. Dollar.  However, if we get a significant sell-off in the broader markets, precious metals investors may be experiencing higher premiums and longer wait times to buy retail bullion on any price dips.  Tom also discusses investing in another alternative hard asset… high-quality diamonds.  Investors looking for more alternatives than gold and silver, may want to check out Icecap’s diamond investing market.

We continue to sponsor Cloud Hard Assets on the SRSrocco Report because they provide some of the best bullion prices and services.  I store some of my metal and pay the lowest cost in the industry.

You can contact Tom, Dan, or Jade… Click here: CLOUD HARD ASSETS.  You can also call (800) 247-2812.

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1 Comment on "TOM CLOUD UPDATE: Precious Metals & Alternative Hard Assets In 2022"

  1. DisappearingCulture | January 18, 2022 at 2:22 pm |

    Buying/owning NFT’s for diamonds you don’t have in your possession…God may be trying to communicate you have too much currency to spend.
    Lab-created diamonds can be distinguished from natural, but not by most people, and not without high magnification or lasers.
    This may be the best way to play with investment grade diamonds, but to say they are a new currency is a stretch.
    Since there is something tangible (although you may not ever hold it), it sounds better than a crypto currency however.

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