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Your Questions About Invest In Gold And Silver

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James asks…

What is the type of investing that you invest in gold and silver?

I learned it in my econ class and I just forgot the term they gave for that type of investing

financi4 answers:

Bullion? Precious metals? Hedging?

Ken asks…

When you invest in gold and silver how do you make a profit from it I dont understand?

Okay I now that I should buy it but should I just keep them ? I need a brief explanation on this

financi4 answers:

It is very simply stated that you buy low and sell hi.

So, you buy silver rounds today at $31.27 (http://www.kitco.com/ today/now 10-8/11 12 AM) and when the price of silver is higher and it will be in a year to two it will double or triple or more THAT is when you SELL or Trade it as cash for something else such as land, home, car, truck etc.

Do a YouTube search for “buy silver” lots of videos out there.

With all that said I suggest that you learn a lot more by going to these sites and read and watch videos on their sites:
http://roadtoroota.com/ Learn about our lousy economy and why to buy silver and gold.
Http://globalsilverinvestors.com/ A great place to buy silver, compared to other places.
Http://www.kitco.com/ Learn the “Spot” (today’s) price for silver and gold
http://inflation.us/videos.html
http://futuremoneytrends.com/

Steven asks…

What is the best type of GOLD and SILVER to invest in?

I am no expert in gold and silver but I am trying to prepare for the future hyperinflation and I hear that gold and silver are stable and wont change in value too much.

So what is the best kind to invest in? What type of gold and silver?
Is it more valued in jewelry form?

financi4 answers:

One of my friends told me about Canadian gold mines and I think it’s worth looking into.

Robert asks…

Anyone here invest in Gold and Silver?

Is there anyone here who is investing in gold and silver? What do you have to do with possession of gold and silver? Does the value of these metals increase if they’re kept in the bank? Is money shifted over to MM and Savings from the increase in value? Do you keep it in the home outside banks? What is the best strategy for investing in precious metals?

financi4 answers:

I used to hold the metals at the bank. No longer.

I only use ETF’s. GLD & SLV for gold and silver. My broker charges less than $5 for the entire trade. There are no storage costs. No shipping costs & I can buy/sell in 1/3 of a second or less.

On ocassion I’ll swing trade based upon the chart action. Usually I hold some as a position trade. My total exposure is never more than 3% (of my entire portfolio) for both metals combined.

Mark asks…

How much money should you invest in Precious Metals like silver and gold for your portfolio?

about what percentage is good for your portfolio when investing in physical gold and silver.

financi4 answers:

On average, 10 percent. Precious metals are very volatile and tied to inflation and the dollar.

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Some retirement funds rethink investing in gun makers | PennLive.com

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Some retirement funds rethink investing in gun makers | PennLive.com

Pennsylvania teachers' pension fund will liquidate the less than $2 million it has in Cerberus, the private equity firm that owns the maker of the Bushmaster AR-15 military-style rifle.
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Investing In a World of Make Believe

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Investing In a World of Make Believe

In recent years, a high degree of economic, financial, and political uncertainty has resulted in acute volatility in stocks, real estate, commodities and precious metals. I believe that another aggravating factor has been the increasing skepticism
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What Buy at a Hydroponics Store

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When visiting a Hydroponics Superstore, it is often tempting to grab as many items as you can in order to stock up on the things that can get your hydroponics farm going. When you see trays upon stack of trays that may become handy when your culture has extensively grown from its humble beginnings, it gets your juices flowing and urges you to buy as many items as you can. However, impulse buying may not be the best thing that you can do at a hydroponics store.

When you think about it, one of the most important hallmarks of hydroponics as a plant-growing method is that it is a cost-effective way of growing plants. This is made possible by the fact that you do not need to buy any fertilizer, keep the growing space to a minimum without sacrificing its size, and even use many homemade items to sustain your farm.

At a hydroponics store, it makes sense to buy only the essential items and not everything that you will find on store shelves. The essential are items that you cannot make on your own or things that would greatly improve the efficiency of your culture if selected over recycled materials.

For example:

  • Growing containers for young shoots. Using plastic food containers is a common strategy in hydroponics but for young shoots that are still at the developing stage, better-designed growing trays may be ideal. You can then use recycled food containers for bigger plants that have well developed root systems.
  • Nutrient solution. You can make one on your own but why risk it? The formulation for nutrient solutions in hydroponics is important to plant growth so buying one at a hydroponics store is recommended.
  • Pumps specifically designed for continuous hydroponics systems. Pumps are very important to the success of a growing culture especially in continuous-growing systems so invest in a quality pump that will last for some years.

Always think it through before making any purchase at a hydroponics store. You want to be able to save up on money while maximizing your mini-farm so be innovative in mixing your reused and brand new items to give your hydroponics culture the best chance for success.

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Differentiating Great Payday Loans from So-so Ones

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With so many companies offering payday loans left and right, how does one go about selecting the most appropriate offer? One cannot just pick the first one you see off of the street lest you are exposing yourself to financial risks that may turn out to be direr than the one you are currently in. A great amount of thinking and assessment has to be done when considering payday loans so you find the one that’s best for you.

In that regard, here are some of the most important aspects that we think will help differentiate the great payday loan offers from those that are only setup to make a quick buck.

  1. Find a company with great reputation amongst the many borrowers in your area. These companies are not hard to miss; given that most of us share the burden of having to make ends meet especially when there are emergencies to deal with, word-of-mouth on good payday loan companies travel fast. Check with a few friends and co-workers who have availed of loans as to their opinion of some of the companies that they have dealt with and use this as a reference for narrowing your list.
  2. Take the time to know the prevailing interest rates among the companies in your area. Make sure to factor in the “maturity” period for the offers. For example, a $15 charge for a $100 loan payable in 2 weeks is less inviting than, say, $20 charge for a $100 loan payable in two installments over the course of a month. However, this may be different for someone looking to immediately settle their debt as opposed to those who foresee their financial troubles spanning a month of thereabouts. The idea is to be thoughtful about the selection process and not just walk into a shop to get a loan when you do not understand the payment terms.
  3. Know the process behind payment and the penalties for delay or deferral. It’s helpful to plan for any eventuality including payment problems over the course of a month. You never know what will happen to your financial standing in 3 to 4 weeks and picking a company that has reputation for being justifiably tolerant will go a long way to help you with your problems.

When selecting which companies to go to for payday loans, always be meticulous and inquiring. Remember that money is at stake in these transactions and there have been many that were burned by debt. If you can put yourself in a position to pick the best company for payday loans, you are sparing yourself from unnecessary trouble without compromising your ability to borrow for the rainy days.

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Why I'm Not Investing in Apple (but You Might Want to)

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Why I'm Not Investing in Apple (but You Might Want to)

When it comes to pro-social investing, Apple's got some work to do. But given its dominant brand and extremely attractive valuation, you might want to ignore my caveats and jump in. Fool.com columnist Alyce Lomax is sticking to the sidelines. Where do
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Saturday links: inverted investing – Abnormal Returns | Abnormal …

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Saturday links: inverted investing – Abnormal Returns | Abnormal …

Nothing says Christmas like a good investment book! So get the investment book lover on your list a copy of Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from […]
abnormalreturns.com/saturday-links-inverted-investing/

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