The Real Asset Company: How China is taking over the world, one gold bar at a time

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As central banks print mountains of money and currency wars rage, major nations around the world have to manoeuvre to protect themselves. China, the world’s new superpower, is on the receiving end of the Fed’s dollar printing and is hastily acting to protect herself by buying gold at the most incredible rate.

Today no gold or silver mined in China is allowed to leave the country, whilst the Peoples’ Bank of China stealthily buys gold bullion and mines around the world. China’s gold market is literally consuming the world’s gold reserves as China seeks to take on the USA.

To help individuals understand how China has come to dominate the gold investment market and what it really means for markets and the gold price, The Real Asset Company has released a new infographic: Tracing the Great Chinese Gold Rush.

http://therealasset.co.uk/chinese-gold-rush/

“Our stunning infographic show how in just a few decades the Chinese have targeted gold bullion as a strategic asset with which they can win the global currency wars and challenge US geopolitical power” – Jan Skoyles, Head of Research – The Real Asset Company.

View infographic here:
http://therealasset.co.uk/chinese-gold-rush/

About The Real Asset Company
Based in London, UK, The Real Asset Company offers greater choice for investors and improved access to the bullion markets, proving an open market place for individuals to buy gold online. Using LBMA approved vaults in London, Geneva and Singapore, The Real Asset Company's simple yet powerful platform was designed to help smaller investors buy gold bullion with the same security and efficiencies available in the wholesale markets, all from one simple account.

As well as making it easier and more efficient for individuals to buy gold and take personal possession of the bullion bars traded in wholesale markets, The Real Asset Company provides the opportunity for investors to set up their own professional vault facility if required.

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