Is Gold or Property: the Best Investment in UK
It is a tough time for UK people as they have no other option left except watching their savings get eroded by inflation waiting on the sidelines for lower prices, unemployment and in some cases which is completely unable to secure a mortgage. The whole global economy is likely to experience recession but the UK recession has been deeper than others.
Money is being systematically and deliberately debased today. That’s why it’s the right time to look at markets price in gold because gold cannot be issued, printed, inflated or debased in any of the ways that doubts policy-makers find to suit the political whims of the times. It’s more honest and accurate unit of account than any government currency. In case you want to measure a market, you need a reliable, consistent unit of measurement that should be globally acceptable. And if we talk about the housing market, the UK Housing Market plays a crucial role in determining consumer confidence, spending and economic growth. The fall in house prices has reduced consumer confidence and with house prices forecast to fall or stagnate in 2012. For money savers and first-time buyers, bank provides subsidized cheap living and its artificially low interest rates.
The recent scenario has brought the markets to a standstill. If you look at the price of anything over the last 50 years - houses, food, energy, Western wages, you will see that it has gone up. And if we talk about gold then its price is globally increasing. So, if the price of gold rises, you need fewer ounces (to match the average cost of a house) and if the price of gold falls, you need more ounces. If comparing house prices to ounces of gold is fundamentally imperfect, mainly due to the price of gold rises and falls and gives any losses. Need cash for investments then apply with text loans no checks @ http://www.textloansnocreditcheck.co.uk/ and get the cash and invest in best possible way?
In terms of gold, UK housing has fallen just by over 78% from its high of 725 ounces in 2005 to 156 ounces in January. It is below its lows of the early 1990s, but has not yet reached its lows of the early 1980s or 1930s (50-100 ounces for the average UK house). According to the 2004-2005 reports, property is no longer expensive in terms of gold. Hence, investment in gold is the best alternative today.
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