Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate: The answer to today’s financial market policy

Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz, author of the book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), as well as founder and CEO of Karatbars International GmbH, dedicates his book to all those who are looking for an alternative investment in tangible assets. More and more people are investing exclusively in diamonds and real estate because they mistrust conventional banks and have their doubts about the current financial industry. ‚Ä®Some experts are even talking about a deliberate departure to tangible assets, which is plausibly reflected in the current rise in property prices. With the book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), the author Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz touches on an important topic of our time. He illuminates the uncertainty of the financial markets, talks about people’s fear that cash on the future financial market will be worth nothing or even completely abolished. He outlines crisis scenarios and points out different ways out. From this chapter, Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz directly goes on to discuss diamonds as an investment, reports on the history of the gemstones and their trade. He talks about real and fake diamonds and illuminates this investment in relation to his core theme: suitability as a crisis currency and value investment for a secure and anxiety-free future.

Are real estate properties really the safe haven we seek?

Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate also deals with the second core theme in terms of the most selected investments. Real estate is booming like never before, which of course leads to a noticeable overvaluation and property prices skyrocketing. The danger of a bubble, but also the risk of buying on credit, is described in depth in the book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate). In Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), author Harald Seiz goes on to comment in detail on the bureaucracy associated with investing in real estate. A property is certainly a good investment, provided that the tenants are solvent and the money of the loan including the returns is earned. However, in contrast to property prices, salaries are increasing much less, which should call profitability into question. Directly from the section on the risks and opportunities of real estate, Dr. Seiz finds in Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) the transition to a completely new idea developed by Karatbars International GmbH. Cashgold. According to Seiz, microcurrencies with genuine precious metals will gain in importance on the future financial market and exclude the risks associated with real estate and diamonds. Before the author talks about Cashgold as a means of payment and investment, he writes a final chapter on real estate and narrows down the risk potential for investors.

What is Cashgold and why will it stand its ground as a future currency?

When Karatbars International GmbH was founded in 2011, Harald Seiz had visions. Today, he has already implemented many of his visions and, among other things, created the crisis-proof currency Cashgold. In his book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), he briefly tells the story of Karatbars International GmbH in order to sensitize the reader to the topic and also deals with the historical background of gold. Gold has always been a valuable investment and was used worldwide as a means of payment that has outlasted currency and time. Dr. Seiz also refers to this aspect in the book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate). His product, Cashgold, hardly differs in appearance from a conventional banknote. The special feature is the value of each individual note, which is fitted with a value-based quantity of 24 carat gold. The certificate contains the gold, so that the investor does not only have an idealistic value, but a real value. At the end of the book, the author talks again about security in times of crisis and illustrates the continuous value of Cashgold.