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Asset Protection Strategy Using Rare Strategic Metals Revealed in Free Report

Baby boomers wealth is being destroyed by quantitative easing and out of control government debt. Rare metals offer an alternative wealth preservation vehicle, and the strategy is explained in this new free report, offered by Swiss Metal Assets.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Oct. 24, 2012 - Panama City, Panama - As the world economy continues to struggle, and more rounds of quantitative easing are on the way, investors are looking for alternatives to protect their wealth against the threat of rapid inflation. To meet this demand, Swiss Metal Assets S.A. (SMA) is, for a limited time, offering a free independent report, written by offshore investment expert Peter Macfarlane, detailing the world of rare strategic metals investing and ownership.

Every year, more and more baby boomers are approaching retirement age; and volatility in the stock market threatens the quality of life they are looking forward to. Asset protection has become a hot topic for wealthy individuals trying to ensure the nest egg they worked so hard to build is protected.

This report, completely updated for 2012, introduces a new asset protection vehicle that few investors are aware of, rare earth metals. It covers both the up and downsides of this opportunity.

Most investors are aware of gold and silver; and as world currencies continue their rapid free fall, more investors are adding these items to their portfolios.

However, Peter’s report introduces a new class of strategic metals which are critical for technological, industrial and military applications. Unlike gold, primarily useful as a hedge against inflation, these other metals show strong potential for growth due to the increasing demand, and limited supplies.

Hoarded by countries like China and Bolivia, these metals have not been available for physical ownership by private individuals until very recently. The report covers how these metals can be purchased, stored and sold. It also discusses the future potential, and the likelihood of increasing demand over the coming years.

Information includes:
♦ What some of the rare strategic metals are, and how ownership differs from investments in gold and silver
♦ How they can be owned privately and securely
♦ Recent political events that both increase their demand and limit their supply

Due to the rapid printing of dollars, holding savings in currency is no longer a secure strategy for the future. And because of massive fluctuations, owning stocks is too risky for many people approaching retirement age.

Rare strategic metals offer an alternative which provides asset protection and security from inflation; as well as a potential medium to long term upside due to the rapidly increasing demand.

To get instantly access a free copy of the report from SMA, visit http://www.swissmetalassets.com/info/2/rare-metals-asset-...

About Swiss Metal Assets
Swiss Metal Assets S.A. offers offshore asset protection strategies and opportunities through ownership of rare strategic metals. Individuals have the ability to purchase and store actual physical metals, not just paper certificates, in two secure offshore locations. Located in Panama City, Panama, they are easily reached via telephone at 1-877-228-2034 during normal US business hours. Or, they are only a short flight from anywhere in the Western Hemisphere. For more information or to schedule an interview email sales@swissmetalassets.com, or visit them online at: http://www.swissmetalassets.com.

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Source:Swiss Metal Assets
Phone:1 877 228 2034
City/Town:Panama City - Panama - Panama
Industry:Finance, Investment
Tags:rare metals, asset protection strategies, wealth preservation
Last Updated:Oct 24, 2012
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