Your Questions About Invest In Gold Mines

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James asks…

What’s a good sector balance for aggressive, long term investing?

I did a Morningstar breakdown of all my mutual funds and it seems I have 22% in the energy sector and 18% in gold… this seems a bit over weighted to me since the S&P has about 14% in each.

Justin answers:

Gold is defenantly not a good long term investment.

Look at the top performing Industry or Sector of a given time and invest in an EFT that matches that group. Currently the top performing groups have been amazingly the same over the periods from three months or five years. Mostly

Coal
Agriculture Chemical
Non-Metalic Mining
Oil & Gas Drilling and Exploration
Steel and Iron

Most often ETF are dictated by an index and can be managed more efficiently than mutual funds but still carries some diversification. Here are some of the ETF’s that I like, I also like the Agri-Chemical and Drybulk Shipping sectors, I have them in individual stocks.

Coal KOL
Solar KWT
Russia RSX
Steel SLX
Brazil EWZ
China FXI
Agriculture DBA

Robert asks…

Where is the best location to make a real estate investment?

We’re looking for an up-and-coming place in the US with good schools to invest in some land. We’d like an area that isn’t outrageously expensive now – but has great growth potential.

Justin answers:

UAE is A gold mine for real estate

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