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Mike discovered a passion for monetary history, devouring dozens of books and countless web pages. He discovered that the same economic patterns, or cycles, kept repeating over and over throughout history, from ancient times to modern day.
In 2002 to Mike discovered that gold and silver were incredibly undervalued and started buying.
With that newfound understanding, Mike invested his family's wealth 100% in gold and silver, and remains 100% invested in them today.
In 2004, Mike met famed author and financial educator Robert Kiyosaki, of Rich Dad, Poor Dad fame. Robert encouraged Mike to share his understanding of monetary history, economics, and recurring financial cycles with others, so that they, too, would have the ability to secure their wealth and their families' futures against the increasingly unstable stock markets and financial system.
In 2005 Mike founded GoldSilver.com, began writing his book, and started speaking at investment seminars all over the world to audiences as large as 30,000 people.
"For 2,400 years, as people have lost faith in fiat currencies; they have turned to real money in the form of gold and silver," Mike says. "Today, with global debt spiralling and governments increasingly manipulating currencies and taxing savers, the stage is set for a modern 'gold rush' to the safe haven of precious metals just when supplies of those metals are precariously low. The opportunity for those who position themselves in precious metals ahead of the crowd is like none we will see again in our lifetimes.
The guide to investing in gold and silver gives a lot of interesting background information on money and currency. I found this information very interesting to learn about, and would suggest to anyone interested in creating wealth to learn more about this topic. The main point is gold is real money, do not get confused with currency that the governments hand out. It is very important to know the difference.
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