Gold and other commodities should be part of a diversified portfolio. But you should be skeptical of advice telling you to dump stocks and overweight your portfolio in gold.
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If you are age 25-45 and earning between $50,000-$100,000, I want you to consider “mapping” your retirement. Before I tell you what that entails, let’s take a look at how middle class Americans are doing as they approach retirement.
Dog whistles are rarely discussed when used by the financial media, but they are pervasive there. Don’t fall for it. Ignore the dog whistle.
It’s easy for me to take a different view of investing. I can be totally objective. I’m not trying to sell you anything.
Active mutual fund managers are getting desperate. Their latest gimmick to keep you in the fold is to offer “performance based” fees. Don’t fall for them.
Of course, not all investments featuring a high return are fraudulent. Many are perfectly legitimate. Whether you should invest in them requires you to understand the amount of risk you will be accepting.