How Much Gold and Silver Will You NEED!?

How Much Gold and Silver Will You NEED!?

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In this video I talk about how much gold and silver you Should own or Need to own based on where things are heading with the financial markets. Investing in silver and investing in gold are both very different and are certainly different than investing in more traditional stocks and shares investments. I think it is imperative to have a diverse financial portfolio and to have all your money in one asset would be foolish. Gold and silver are no exception – have a modest amount for the uncertainty of the future but do not expect it to be the best investment you ever bought.

As always, this video is not financial advice – just thoughts, tips and opinions that I think about when making my own financial decisions.

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8 thoughts on “How Much Gold and Silver Will You NEED!?”

  1. It’s always great to see Mr BYB use examples that I have in my stack, in his demo. My favourite on show today is the 1oz 2010 gold britannia.

  2. It really does depend on your goals because I have multiple stacks, one for fun, one for trading, one for liquidation if needed, and another for the long term…and then there’s my treasure chest full of jewelry and flatware that I’ve come across from yard sales, and even some poured items added

  3. Of course people get confused, a lot of them are also tricked into thinking that owning a car in the house means you have assets but they are technically liabilities, if you own a house and you rent it out to other people, that is an asset and if you have a vehicle that is for a business, that is an asset but the personal ones are technically liabilities. Same goes for gold and silver, they are money and they are savings and insurance alternatives, where paper currencies you could even consider to be more of a liability because of what governments do to them

  4. True that, look at my picture here, it’s a necklace made up of all five precious metals and holds multiple silver US coins from the 1800s

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