So you think you are ready? Or maybe you are in the process of preparing. You’ve thought about food, you’ve thought about water, you’ve thought about safety, housing, medical supplies, communication … even transportation. How much attention have you paid to the coin? If you have already been preparing and working on your options in this area, bravo to you! You’re doing it right?

By currency, I mean the ability to exchange goods even at the time of an economic crisis or a currency implosion. In short, how are you going to buy things?

The answer is easy … accumulate gold and silver as an important part of your readiness plan. There are many other benefits as well … such as the preservation (or creation) of wealth, protection against currency fluctuations, and a hedge against inflation. Both silver and gold make sense for everyone, but they are particularly useful for preparers.

Once you’re building your portfolio of these precious metals, here’s how it works when you need them … use your bullion to make simple purchases for everyday things.

Investing in gold and silver for preparers differs from investing other people for other purposes. There are two things that differentiate us as preparers that we must address when buying to prepare …

Important Preparation Point 1: Making sure we have verifiable bullion that can be used in a wide range of denominations for different costs of goods. When I say verifiable, I mean buying bullion that other people will recognize as real and whose value they can easily understand. For example, coins (but not all) are generally a good choice for this purpose, while gold nuggets or bullion are generally not a good choice. Both gold and silver should be a part of your portfolio because gold can be used for larger purchases (and takes up little storage space), while silver can easily be used for smaller purchases.

Important Preparation Point 2: Making sure we have chosen a smart, safe and easy way to access and store our bars. It should be obvious that all preparers should own physical gold and silver (which, by the way, I think all buyers should have), but it may not be so obvious to think about how and where to store them. Your storage options and choices can make a difference by having access to your gold and silver when you need it.

The content of this article is important! To sum up its importance, just remember that we must have bullion that can be recognized by others as real and genuine, we must have denominations small enough to buy low-cost items (such as bread), as well as higher denominations to easily facilitate a transaction larger (for example, a horse). Lastly, we must ensure that we have a safe and easily accessible place to store our gold and silver, so that we can reach it in time of need.

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