You can choose gold as your saving goal.
With each purchase you are allocated part of larger gold bullion.
The enormous monetary expansion of governments mean that paper money is constantly losing its value. Gold is not affected by the monetary policy of governments. Historically when paper money has lost its value gold has maintained its value and purchasing power.
When the euro was introduced in 1999, it was possible to buy 12.7 grams of gold for €100. Sixteen years later €100 was only enough to purchase 2.8 grams of gold.
History shows that the demand for gold and its price always rose when states were in a critical economic and political environment and the currencies lost purchasing power.
Gold cannot be mined indefinitely. The total amount that can still be mined is estimated to be about 45,300 tonnes and is only enough for about 15 years with the same production rate.
The biggest states in the world are currently increasing their gold reserves. The gold production is about 3,000 tons per year, the demand for gold currently amounts to approx. 4,100 tons per year.
International investment firms recommend to secure at least 10% of assets with physical gold. Financial advisers buy gold for their wealthy customers for a portion of the portfolio. The central banks of the nation’s store gold as currency reserves.