Praise for Buy Gold Now:
“Shayne McGuire has provided a clear exposition of the rationale for investing in gold in today’s context. Don’t look for the mainstream media to provide any clue of what is likely to unfold in the years ahead. Instead, read this book and you will be several steps ahead of the herd.” —John Hathaway, Portfolio Manager, Tocqueville Gold Fund
“Shayne McGuire is not a typical gold bug, but a seasoned investment professional making a compelling case that the U.S. economy is in serious financial trouble and that gold will appreciate against the U.S. dollar. It is a must-read in order to preserve your and your children’s wealth.” —Marc Faber, Managing Director of Marc Faber, Ltd., and author of Tomorrow’s Gold
“Buy Gold Now explains the global economic forces and the financial risks that could see gold become an important investment opportunity over the years ahead. It also offers practical advice on how potential investors can buy it.” —Gerard Minack, Australian Market Strategist, Morgan Stanley
“The price of gold is rising because of today’s turbulent financial times. Preparation and knowledge are essential to profit from higher prices, and this book provides the information you need to take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.” —James Turk, founder, GoldMoney.com
About the Author:
Shayne McGuire is a Managing Director and Head of Global Research at Teacher Retirement System of Texas, one of the world’s largest pension funds. He also manages the $850 million GBI Gold Fund. Prior to holding these positions, Mr. McGuire managed a $2 billion European stock portfolio and was ranked among the best Latin American analysts by Institutional Investor in the late 1990s. In addition to launching the first dedicated gold fund within the U.S. pension system, he has written two books on gold investing, including Hard Money: Taking Gold to a Higher Investment Level (Wiley). In October 2010, McGuire was profiled in the Wall Street Journal. Mr. McGuire graduated from Fordham University and holds a master’s in history and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.