Investment: $

Bond Rate: %

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BullionFund Annual Growth: %

The following interactive chart allows investors to use their own assumptions to compare an investment in bonds to
BMG BullionFund.

Traditional investment thinking would lead an investor, who requires income for retirement, to believe that bonds are their best solution.

During high inflationary periods, a better alternative to this method may be the Systemic Withdrawal Plan with BMG BullionFund. The investor essentially sells a portion of their annual gains to achieve their cash flow needs. Depending on the prevailing interest rate and annual inflation, this alternative may allow cash flow to keep pace with inflation while minimizing principal erosion.

To calculate the economical benefits of investing in the precious metals BMG BullionFund rather than a fixed-rate bond, simply enter your assumptions in our investment calculator to the left.

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