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I am on the poor side of thing but happy but i am starting to save up in silver i almost up to a grand "usd" worth of silver coins but i am not liking the fact that the "usd" is looking like it well not get back up how do i get a euro account or what should i do? stock is out and the usd is a no go... i looked at the Canadian dollar but there money is soo tied into the "usd" any ideas???
Why are you saving silver? Put MONEY into mutual funds. Invest every month in a good diversified set of mutual funds. If your employer offers a 401(k) and matches, then put into that. If not, open a ROTH IRA and invest in that. The key is to do it consitently EVERY MONTH. Trying to invest in actual metal is a silly idea. As far as trying to hedge the monetary issue, you should invest a portion (20% to 30%) in international funds. BUT, as long as you have money in large cap mutual funds, you are already hedging your bets. Most large domestic companies do a great deal of business outside the US. With the lower dollar, these countries are spending a lot more money on US products.
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