Discussion in 'Zealot Archives' started by tapunger, Apr 14, 2007.
...bullion. what do you think?
buy property. it allways goes up in value
If you have not been to college, do so. If you are young and have no immediate need for the money, go to a financial advisor and ask him exactly where to invest it; you are looking for a very long term investment, which need not be too conservative. It will make a great addition to your eventual retirement. If you are older you need to be more conservative. If you are already retired you can do just about anything you care to with it.
1. I think the prices of precious metals have risen to fast to be a good value here.2. I would not want to take phyical possession of the metals as storage and security is a pain.3. consider ETF's or money market funds.
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