LONDON, 4 May 2019 – Britain's fourth-largest selling daily paper, The Times, today quotes analysis from BullionVault on the case for gold investing.
"Gold bullion proved its worth in the DotCom Crash of 2000-03," says today's Money section, quoting BullionVault and adding that – on the gold-trading platform's analysis – "Since 1968, gold has risen in 96% of all the five-year timespans when the FTSE all-share index has shown a loss.
"Our clients aren't necessarily buying physical gold for growth," says BullionVault director of research Adrian Ash. "Gold adds diversification to a portfolio and helps to spread the risk.
"It's more about creating a hedge against the prospect of other assets falling."
Read the full story in today's edition of The Times, or online (subscription needed) here: