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IMO- The best 10 year investment you can make right now is physical silver. There are just so many independent ways to view Silver which say that Silver is way undervalued. On average every year, it’s getting harder to find good grade Ore and more expensive to pull out of the ground process and distribute. It can’t get much cheaper than it is right now and the sky is the limit on the upside.
You can buy 5 oz. of Silver right now for around $100.
1- If you leave that $100 in the Bank for 10 years, there is Absolutely No Way it will have the same purchasing power that it does today.
2- When you pull that 5oz. bar from under your mattress in 10 years, there is Absolutely No Way that it will not be worth much more than a 100.
So if nothing else, it's a Great hedge against inflation.
I don’t have a crystal Ball, but of the 8 suggestions that the author gives, I feel so strongly that this is the best one, I’m in the process of placing a $5000 bet in that direction. I don’t want to be in the Wall Street casino for the next correction.
work like slave, make as much money as your able and there comes the gov't soon
it will ALL BE TAKING AWAY FROM YOU..No wounder even commie putin/Russia
beating us these days. oy
it does NOT matter how money you between tax,your kids,your ho wify
and the gov. your screwed anyway. shut up and go to work you douches. have a nice day !
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