Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate – The fear of the conventional

It is evident that more and more people are investing in tangible assets and withdrawing their money from the conventional financial system. Why? In this book, Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz examines this phenomenon in great detail and explicitly deals with the two tangible assets mentioned in the title of his book. Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz is not only author, but also founder and CEO of the market-leading Karatbars International GmbH and inventor of Cashgold, a banknote with 24 carat gold content. The book begins with an introduction and illumination of the current global situation. It tells of the uncertainty on the financial market, of infrastructural and geopolitical crises. The author of Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) devotes a separate chapter to the abolition of cash, addressing an issue that is a great concern among a large part of the population. Anyone who has ever spent their holidays in Scandinavia could get an idea of an almost cashless society and experience this for themselves – with just a credit card. In Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), the author plays through various crisis scenarios and attracts attention with solutions.

Diamonds or real estate as an alternative? These are the facts!

If the savings account in the bank or capital-forming contracts no longer yield a return, many investors are faced with the question of finding a viable alternative. Real estate and diamonds come first, as these are apparently value-stable investments. First, Dr. Seiz talks about diamonds, their history and real and fake diamonds. He explores the history of diamond trading in depth and reports in Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) on the extent to which and whether diamonds are at all suitable as crisis currency and investment. The next paragraph takes a closer look at the real estate market and explains the valuation, as well as the real estate prices that are much too expensive today as a result of overvaluation. In Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) the author illuminates the purchase of real estate on credit, the risk of excessive bureaucracy and the danger to returns if tenants become insolvent. Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) is explicitly not about real estate as a private home, but about pure investments with a yield option. Harald Seiz examines the change in real estate prices, and carries out a valuation that cast doubt on real estate as a tangible asset, rethinking its value as a crisis-proof and future-proof investment. From this chapter, he makes the transition to Cashgold and thus to a means of payment that combines the desire for financial flexibility with investments in tangible assets.

Versatile possibilities with microcurrency: Cashgold at a glance

Cashgold – the currency of Karatbars International GmbH could prove to be the future. Seiz briefly tells the story of Karatbars and of gold, which was already a convincing means of global exchange and payment in the Middle Ages and before. He skillfully makes the connection to cash, which Cashgold actually resembles at first glance. Cashgold is also a banknote, but it differs significantly from debt currencies in that it contains 24 carat gold. The micromoney is not only suitable for large investors, but also for all investors due to the different denominations. As a crisis-proof investment and means of payment, Cashgold can be of immense importance to the financial market of the future. The real estate bubble will burst and the investment in diamonds presupposes that the investor decides on genuine, high-quality and fair mined and processed diamonds. Cashgold is a new means of payment that is meeting with ever greater acceptance. In his book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Real Estate) the author, Harald Seiz, makes a plausible comparison and motivates us to rethink our view of a financial economy without any explosive risks.