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Silver Wheaton Corp. Message Board

  • xmadisonian xmadisonian Aug 5, 2007 8:11 PM Flag

    Priority of invetments

    How is everybody prioritizing their portfolios??
    Here's mine:
    1. Bullion (#1 gold...#2 silver)
    2. Vanguard Precious Metals Fund
    3. Mining stocks (smaller ones with cash, working mines, North American...)
    4. Short the S&P
    5. Energy mutual funds
    6. Cash
    7. Foreign large cap mutual funds

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    • 1) Bullion: #1 Silver, #2 Gold

      2) Silver related equities: SLW, HL

      3) Gold related equities: GSS, NXG

      4) Gold/Precious Metals Funds

      5) Very little cash; it may soon be worthless.

      6) Food

      7) Lead

    • "How is everybody prioritizing their portfolios??
      "Here's mine:
      1. Bullion (#1 gold...#2 silver)
      2. Vanguard Precious Metals Fund
      3. Mining stocks (smaller ones with cash, working mines, North American...)
      4. Short the S&P
      5. Energy mutual funds
      6. Cash
      7. Foreign large cap mutual funds "

      My position:

      1. Silver stocks (SSRI, SLW, CDE, MGN)

      2. Gold stock (RGLD) sold two gold mutual funds.

      3. Lookng to add a moly company tomorrow to complete the present buy and hold mentality.

      4. Debt reduction

      5. Bullion (#1 silver...#2 gold)

      5. Cash

    • PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!! You are amoung the minority my friend. The safest place to be if you want to survive. The non-thinking and emotional hurd only reacts and is easily led over the cliff to their final resting place. The only good thing about a horror like that, is that they won't have to worry about it again. Don't ever forget that "History gives the test first, and the lesson later".

 
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