Gold has averaged over 10 percent per year over the last decade while return on bank accounts has been far below the rate of inflation.
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Computer hackers are at it again, and the latest news is coming from major U.S. banks including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase & Co. after ongoing denial of service attacks that have left bank users questioning the security and reliability of their banks. A hacker group calling themselves “Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters.” has taken responsibility for the attacks, blaming their actions on the anti-Islamic movie named “Innocence of Muslims”.
Financial website GoldPrice.net has reported that the most recent hacking attacks on major U.S. banks are the least of their worries, since no accounts were compromised. According to the New York Times, Gartner, an information technology research company has reported that more than 10 percent of small businesses have had funds stolen from their bank accounts with losses totaling over $2 billion, a total that is sure to rise in the future and a clear call for banks to increase security measures.
Arthur Mcguire, Vice President of GoldPrice.net says “Protecting yourself from these banks is all about God, gold and guns. These banks aren’t offering much protection, or return for your money. On top of that, they have squandered our money and currently hold much less than 10 percent of what we deposited.” McGuire adds “People need to get their man-made funny money from corrupt banks and consider God’s currency, gold. Gold has averaged over 10 percent per year over the last decade while return on bank accounts has been far below the rate of inflation.”
GoldPrice.net (GP) is a leading precious metals website since 1992. They offer investors a free award-winning gold buyer starter’s kit by visiting http://www.GoldPrice.net or calling 1-800-767-1423.