In the newest update, Tom Cloud discusses what is going on in the precious metals market in March. He explains that while the small retail investor has pulled back on gold and silver buying, his company have seen the biggest purchases by larger investors. This makes perfect sense because the smaller retail investor tends to purchase when the price is going higher while the larger investor acquires more during sell0ffs or lows.
Tom also includes information on his services. I have to say if an individual is interested in storing metals, you should give Tom Cloud a call. Tom Cloud offers the best rates for storing metals than the overwhelming majority of dealers. If you go to the LOWEST COST PRECIOUS METALS STORAGE PAGE, you will see that the text and images are blurred. I had to do that because his low rates caused such a stir in the industry, the storage services asked to remove that information. Basically, the storage service provides plans for many dealers in the industry, but because Tom has been around for 40+ years and has been an excellent client, he received the best rates.
Now, for those who don’t believe in storing metals in a third-party facility, please don’t leave comments explaining why people shouldn’t store metals… we all know the reasons. However, some people like to store their metals in several locations, which is probably a wise thing to do. Also, some wealthy investors don’t have a choice because it doesn’t make sense to store all their metal at their home.
One more important thing. The reason I sponsor Tom Cloud on my site is due to the fact that he is one of the most upfront, honest and lowest cost precious metals dealers in the industry. Also, Tom and his associate Dan, do not try to HARD SELL those who call them. They don’t mind answering questions, even if a person does not purchase. There are some dealers that won’t even spend much time with a would-be client if they only had a little money to spend. I find that sort of business practice totally unprofessional.