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Dollar-Cost Averaging

“Maximize the value of your hard-earned money every month and year with FirstGold™. Our exclusive dollar-cost averaging savings plan offers a smarter strategy, stretching your dollar further when purchasing gold, platinum, and silver bullion.”

Learning the ins and outs of investment is tricky enough without having to deal with unfamiliar phrases such as ‘accumulation plan’, ‘gold price per ounce’, or that most unknown of phrases: “dollar-cost averaging.” From all impressions, it seems like it must be a good thing, but what exactly is it? What does it do? And why should you care?

Simply put, dollar-cost averaging with FirstGold™ is an easy way to grow your savings month after month while still getting the best value for your hard-earned money. It lets you buy gold at the lowest possible price, month after month, year after year.

Using dollar-cost averaging, you are able to buy more gold when prices are low and less gold when prices are high, because you are buying a fixed dollar amount instead of buying gold in terms of ounces. When you buy gold in ounces, it remains the same amount no matter what the gold price is, but when you buy gold in dollar amounts, it results in you buying gold at a lower average price because your dollars go further.

In dollar-cost averaging with FirstGold™, you decide on three parameters:

  • The amount you choose to save
  • How often you choose to save it
  • How long your savings plan continues

For example, you can choose to save $100 a month for a year with FirstGold™‘s unique gold and silver saving plan. The dollar-cost averaging of this strategy means that by the end of the year, you will have gotten a better deal for your money overall. Having the power to choose the timing and manner of your savings plan, you are back in control of your financial future in a real and measurable way.

FirstGold™ is the only saving initiative of its kind that enables you to buy gold and silver through the smarter strategy of dollar-cost averaging