Your Questions About Invest In Gold And Silver

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John asks…

Risks In Investing In Gold And Silver?

How are the risks and returns like when investing in those things finally are those consider easy short term or the harder long term?

financi4 answers:

Bottom line: both are solid commodities that have shown an increase in value over the last few decades, but the way the dollar has been devalued, it may not matter much…at least in the short term.
From just last December to present, gold has increased in value by over $100/ounce…silver, increased about $8-9.

Chris asks…

gold and silver or stocks?

What is more profitable to invest in, gold and silver or just plain stocks?

metals are more riskey but possiable more profitable correct?

what about other metals like steel, copper, ect?
not doing Mutual funds. every thing i have read has pretty much said they are worthless.

financi4 answers:

I say the stock market, more specifically Mutual funds. Over the long rung they will continue to increase in value.

Right now Gold and Silver are hot. That’s great if you bought it 4 or 5 years ago. If you look at the history of metals, they go up then they go down.

If history is any indication, they’ve about topped out. Buying now wouldn’t be smart unless you think it’s going to continue to go up. It’s more likely to start back down.

EDITED: If you are reading that Mutual Funds are worthless, then you are reading the wrong thing. I’m just saying, before you rule out mutual funds, do a little more research. If you’re new at investing (which is obvious) then mutual funds are the way to go. When you get a little more experience and have the resources to do your own due diligence, then maybe the stock market.

David asks…

Is it better to invest in GLD/SLV or physical gold and silver?

financi4 answers:

I have nothing against GLD/SLV but there are a couple of considerations against them.

From time to time, such companies are sometimes caught short of gold or silver to cover their paper. It’s human nature, heck our government practices it on a spectacular scale.

If things ever really get ugly and we get down to barter, a sack of silver coins will get you a lot farther than some paper certificates, or bits in a computer that there is no infrastructure to access.

Grandpa

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