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The Free Bullion Investment Guide has three missions:
The first mission of the guide is to provide a honest place on the web that will help you with precious metals bullion reference material, news and information.
The author of the Guide believes in the power of the individual and only you, the individual, can make the best decision(s) for you and your family.
Every attempt is made to help you empower yourself by keeping the information unbiased by staying away from politics, scare tactics and over-hyped information about precious metals bullion and investment markets.
Excluding Love & Friendship, an emotional investment is usually an investment that will give you little return.
An Investment in Precious Metals serves as an insurance policy for your investments and savings.
For most, an allocated investment of 5% to 10% of one's personal savings or investment portfolio in physical precious metals bullion acts as an insurance policy against a down market or inflation.
Ultimately, the best investment is knowledge and the guide is here to help you decide whether precious metals are the best financial insurance policy for you.
The 2nd Mission of the Guide is to bring awareness of how precious metals may have bigger possibilities in this world than acting as an insurance policy for one's wealth and savings.
Precious Metals Nano-technology, Gold, in particular, offer a very real possibility of being a better way of treating cancer, without the harmful side-effects that chemotherapy causes.
The Cancer and Gold page, on the guide, introduces you to what Gold Nano-Particles are and how they have proven to kill cancer cells.
The Cancer and gold page also offers you the latest news articles about the Cancer Research with Gold Nano-Particles
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