Buying Gold Nets Investor $5 Billion

John A. Paulson made $4 billion betting against newfangled mortgage investments. But he made even more betting on an old-fashioned investment: gold. The hedge fund manager invested heavily in gold on the belief that the dollar would lose value in the coming years. His gold investments are primarily done through a gold exchange-traded fund. Mr. Paulson, a hedge fund manager who sprang to fame when the housing market collapsed, personally made about $5 billion in 2010, according to two investors in his company. (full story)

Okay, okay… so you’re not a big time investor and $5 million seems way out of reach, much less $5 BILLION. The point here is gold is a great vehicle for you to get involved with, whatever your investment level is. And the KB Gold business opportunity is the perfect way to get started with a gold-back savings plan for yourself and your clients. Guys like Paulson know what they’re doing – follow their lead and you won’t be sorry.

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