Do you maintain a PM limit?

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by myownprivy, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Oh yes, talk about "rich fantasy life." If any of you people were "brilliant investors" you wouldn't even be in here trying to convince everyone about how brilliant you are. You would just make money and be happy.

    But no, instead you project your pathetic life on stackers and pretend to be superior.
     
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  3. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    Nope. That was too mean. I will self edit.
     
  4. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    OMG! Now I'm going to spend all day trying to figure out what witty comment you would have made if you weren't such a morally upright humanist.
     
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  5. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    Huh. So why do stackers post here, then?
     
  6. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    I'm totally stealing this. And maybe putting the couch out to the curb.
     
  7. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Because it's the PM room?
     
  8. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    That's heavy lifting. Maybe your mutual fund manager will do it for you.
     
  9. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    LOL, you make a good point. Maybe stackers should be pushing this physical-fitness angle...
     
  10. Bman33

    Bman33 Well-Known Member

    I think I hit some kind of natural limit based off my comfort level both financially and security wise. I hit gold and silver ounce numbers that I am happy with and seem to maintain whether I buy or sell a little here and there.
     
  11. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    Yeah, me too. That's how I've also been for a little while.

     
  12. slackaction1

    slackaction1 Well-Known Member

    That Married life and non smoking life has made you get your ducks in a row... B-MAN..good for u..
     
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  13. Bman33

    Bman33 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, married life has caused me to be just a little more responsible..
     
  14. Brian Calvert

    Brian Calvert Active Member

    Great reply... Forget about some of the threads... Your right about all of it. Problem I see is that the PPT, Mnuchin, and FED just dont do what they are mandated to do. Take care of the people in this country.
    They now go all in all the time for those in charge and whatever they want. They want to look good. This will go on until financially it is impossible and the start of that is NOW.
    Everything that has to do with the people is crumbling while at the top and on MSM, FOX, they tell you it is all great. Hard to prepare when so many are lying to the public and the public believe it.
     
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  15. Brian Calvert

    Brian Calvert Active Member

    I dont see how you can write those are Rants. The Truth is out there, you only need accept it. Debt is Real, QE, QT - stopping as it is starting (that too is real) Cutting rates into an already decent economy is backwards and only throws more fuels on a blazing fire.
     
  16. Brian Calvert

    Brian Calvert Active Member

    Sorry for the 3 month late response. It was to the Market. Compare to the DOW, Nasdaq, etc. I believe it was Peter Schiff, or Lynette Zang that put up the chart.

    They just tell the truth about everything. Traders, Hedge fund guru's. CFA (cert. fin. acct) dont want you to know the truth. They want you to give them your money, let them invest it for you and hope it all turns out great.

    Today, they have a point, in a year, they may hide or move away. You cannot TRUST anyone 100% with your money. You must be VERY Proactive. There are ways to make money with these guys, nothing is a total bad thing and many are great guys. We have one, great guy at Edward Jones. At the same time he is too make money from us and advise. We then tell him what we want. Nothing more.
     
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  17. Good Cents

    Good Cents Active Member

    Thank you Brian.

    You are smart to be proactive in your investing. I believe the best way to invest without being an expert yourself is to pay someone for advice that makes NO commissions at all from the companies of the investments you make. There are very few people who do that for the general public, but they exist. If an investment adviser is not making money from what they tell you to invest in then they won't have any conflicts of interest. A conflict of interest arises when they make a very large commission from investment X and they tell you to put lots of your money there. Meanwhile, that is not at all a good place for you to put your money but they won't advise you to put your money on something they make very little commission on because they are incentivized to advise for the high commissions, even if that's not good for you. I want my investment adviser to be paid independently of what I invest in, not someone who is essentially a commissioned shoe salesman who makes more money on the bad shoes while telling you they are the best quality.
     
  18. Bman33

    Bman33 Well-Known Member

    Dump into your 401K or Roth then. I think that’s the best you can do without paying someone.
     
  19. Brian Calvert

    Brian Calvert Active Member

    I believe you can now have a retirement savings Roth that trades on TD. Going to look into it soon. I still think Amazon is a buy, forever. I think if we dont make changes and go back to old days, high tax rich, blah blah. They can be Birkshire in 30 years.
    I also like some China, look at their electric car company. But need to make that money on PM's now and have it ready in 5 years to throw into stocks. either way, you have to be very proactive and ready to move
     
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