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Some precious Gemstones or Metals, such as gold, is proven to hedge against inflation and stock market volatility, and can therefore be an ideal investment option .  So many financial investors and planners recommend keeping 10 percent of your wealth in gold or silver as it is a low risk, a secure investment with reliable returns.

 Dow to gold ratio:www.thumbcharts.com/1378/dow-to-gold-ratio-since-1915

 200 years of the Dow to gold:www.thumbcharts.com/1378/dow-to-gold-ratio-since-1915

Gold is proven to hedge against inflation and stock market volatility, and can, therefore, many financial investors and planners recommend keeping 10 percent of your wealth in gold or silver as it is a low risk, a secure investment with reliable returns.

A History of Holding Its Value

Unlike paper currency, coins or other assets, gold has maintained its value throughout the ages. People see gold as a way to pass on and preserve their wealth from one generation to the next.

Weakness of the U.S. Dollar
Although the U.S. dollar is one of the world’s most important reserve currencies, when the value of the dollar falls against other currencies as it did between 1998 and 2008, this often prompts people to flock to the security of gold, which raises gold prices . The price of gold nearly tripled between 1998 and 2008, reaching the $1,000-an-ounce milestone in early 2008 and nearly doubling between 2008 and 2012, hitting around the $1800-$1900 mark. The decline in the U.S. dollar occurred for a number of reasons, including the country’s large budget and trade deficits and a large increase in the money supply.

Inflation
Gold has historically been an excellent hedge against inflation, because its price tends to rise when the cost of living increases. Over the past 50 years investors have seen gold prices soar and the stock market plunge during high-inflation years.

Deflation

Deflation, a period in which prices decrease, business activity slows and the economy is burdened by excessive debt, has not been seen globally since the Great Depression of the 1930s. During that time, the relative purchasing power of gold soared while other prices dropped sharply.

Geopolitical Uncertainty
Gold retains its value not only in times of financial uncertainty, but in times of geopolitical uncertainty. It is often called the “crisis commodity,” because people flee to its relative safety when world tensions rise; during such times, it often outperforms other investments. For example, gold prices experienced some major price movements this year in response to the crisis occurring in the European Union. Its price often rises the most when confidence in governments is low.

Supply Constraints
Much of the supply of gold in the market since the 1990s has come from sales of gold bullion from the vaults of global central banks. This selling by global central banks slowed greatly in 2008. At the same time, production of new gold from mines had been declining since 2000. According to BullionVault.com, annual gold-mining output fell from 2,573 metric tons in 2000 to 2,444 metric tons in 2007 (however, according to Goldsheetlinks.com, gold saw a rebound in production with output hitting nearly 2,700 metric tons in 2011.) It can take from five to 10 years to bring a new mine into production. As a general rule, reduction in the supply of gold increases gold prices.

Increasing Demand
In previous years, increased wealth of emerging market economies boosted demand for gold. In many of these countries, gold is intertwined into the culture. India is one of the largest gold-consuming nations in the world; it has many uses there, including jewelry. As such, the Indian wedding season in October is traditionally the time of the year that sees the highest global demand for gold (though it has taken a tumble in 2012.) In China, where gold bars are a traditional form of saving, the demand for gold has been steadfast.

Demand for gold has also grown among investors. Many are beginning to see commodities, particularly gold, as an investment class into which funds should be allocated. In fact, SPDR Gold Trust, became one of the largest ETFs in the U.S., as well as one of the world’s largest holders of gold bullion in 2008, only four years after its inception.

Portfolio Diversification
The key to diversification is finding investments that are not closely correlated to one another; gold has historically had a negative correlation to stocks and other financial instruments. Recent history bears this out:

  • The 1970s was great for gold, but terrible for stocks.
  • The 1980s and 1990s were wonderful for stocks, but horrible for gold.
  • 2008 saw stocks drop substantially as consumers migrated to gold.

Properly diversified investors combine gold with stocks and bonds in a portfolio to reduce the overall volatility and risk.

 

 

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The Bottom Line

Gold should be an important part of a diversified investment portfolio because its price increases in response to events that cause the value of paper investments, such as stocks and bonds, to decline. Although the price of gold can be volatile in the short term, it has always maintained its value over the long term. Through the years, it has served as a hedge against inflation and the erosion of major currencies, and thus is an investment well worth considering.

Gold is proven to hedge against inflation and stock market volatility, and can therefore be an ideal investment option for self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF). Many financial investors and planners recommend keeping 10 per cent of your wealth in gold or silver as it is a low risk, secure investment with reliable returns. The Dow to gold ratio, which tells you how many ounces of gold it would take to buy a unit of the Dow, in any given month, has been in decline since its peak in 1999. This demonstrates that the equities era is coming to an end.

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  • INVESTING IN PRECIOUS METALS

    With MJ’s Precious Metals and Stone, we replenish our stocks level each month to ensure our clients are continually buying and investing in our mineral and metals stocks. Many commodities investors prefer to purchase and invest in gold, diamond, and other Tin-minerals, as an alternative to a secure and self-managed investment. Most of our clients opt to buy gold and diamonds and converting their own purchases into an investment. While both metals are volatile, diamond, gold, and silver tend to have wider swings in prices, so it is important to have a reliable importer on your side.

  • One of the ways to invest in our Metals or Gemstones  is to buy physical stocks; at reasonable prices that allow you to make a genuine profit for yourself. Many commodities investors prefer to purchase and invest in our  Precious Metals and Gemstones. We import and supply  quality Metals and Gemstones around the world at lower prices; in order to expand our mining activities in raw minerals supply.

    Our Minerals are pure and conflict free.

  • One of the ways to invest in our Metals or Gemstones  is to buy physical stocks; at reasonable prices that allow you to make a genuine profit for yourself. Many commodities investors prefer to purchase and invest in our  Precious Metals and Gemstones . We import and supply  quality Metals and Gemstones around the world at lower prices; in order to expand our mining activities in raw minerals supply.

    Our Minerals are pure and conflict free.

  • One of the ways to invest in our Metals or Gemstones  is to buy physical stocks; at reasonable prices that allow you to make a genuine profit for yourself. Many commodities investors prefer to purchase and invest in our  Precious Metals and Gemstones . We import and supply  quality Metals and Gemstones around the world at lower prices; in order to expand our mining activities in raw minerals supply.

    Our Minerals are pure and conflict free.

     

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Use of Magnetite as an Ore of Iron

Most of the iron ore mined today is a banded sedimentary rock known as taconite that contains a mixture of magnetite, hematite, and chert. Once considered a waste material, taconite became an important ore after higher grade deposits were depleted. Today’s commercial taconites contain 25 to 30% iron by weight.

At the mine site, the taconite ore is ground to a fine powder, and strong magnets are used to separate magnetically susceptible particles containing magnetite and hematite from the chert. The concentrate is then mixed with small amounts of limestone and clay, then rolled into small round pellets. These pellets are easy to handle and transport by ship, rail, or truck. They can be directly loaded into a blast furnace at a mill and be used to produce iron or steel.

Mineral collection

The best way to learn about minerals is to study with a collection of small specimens that you can handle, examine, and observe their properties. Inexpensive mineral collections are available in the Geology.com Store.

Use of Magnetite as a Heavy Media

Powdered magnetite is often mixed with a liquid to produce a thick, high-density slurry that is used for specific gravity separations. Much of the high-sulfur coal that is mined in the eastern United States is floated across a slurry of magnetite. Clean coal particles have a low specific gravity and float on the slurry. Particles contaminated with pyrite (a sulfide mineral with a high specific gravity) sink into the high-density slurry.

magnetite sand

Magnetite sand: Some beach and river sands contain high concentrations of magnetite. Magnetite-rich “black sands” are commonly encountered by people panning for gold. Although magnetite sands and other heavy mineral accumulations are common, they are infrequently developed as mineral deposits because their size or grade is inadequate. The pile in the photo is approximately four inches (10 centimeters) across.

Use of Magnetite as an Abrasive

The abrasive known as “emery” is a natural mixture of magnetite and corundum. Some synthetic emery is produced by mixing magnetite with aluminum oxide particles. The production of synthetic emery gives the manufacturer control over the particle size and the relative abundance of aluminum oxide and magnetite in the product. Some finely ground magnetite is also used as an abrasive in waterjet cutting. In the past few decades, synthetic abrasives have filled many of the applications where magnetite was previously used.

Other Uses of Magnetite

Small amounts of magnetite are also used as a toner in electrophotography, as a micronutrient in fertilizers, as a pigment in paints, and as an aggregate in high-density concrete.

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