Financial Risk

Financial risk is the probability of losing money on an investment or business venture.

A recent study by McKinsey found that the average life-span of companies listed in Standard & Poor's 500 was 61 years in 1958. Today, it is less than 18 years. McKinsey believes that, in 2027, 75% of the companies currently quoted on the S&P 500 will have disappeared. The same applies for other company stocks listed on exchanges worldwide.

Physical vaulted gold is the lowest class of financial risk in the world. Physical Gold is the only financial asset considered to have zero financial risk.

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