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The Aftershock Investor Book Review #792437
11/12/12 09:02 PM
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Inflation is a concern for any investor. Inflation fears are heightened in the United States whenever the U.S. Government starts printing money excessively. These concerns are addressed in the book The Aftershock Investor:A Crash Course in Staying Afloat in a Sinking Economy.

The Aftershock Investor Book Review


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Re: The Aftershock Investor Book Review [Re: Sandra Investing/HFinance] #792438
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Have you read this book? What are your thoughts on it?

I think a little gold for insurance or diversification may be fine with the realization that you may not profit from it. However, if you feel better owning a few coins or a small portion of gold stocks that is fine too.
Gold can fluctuate dramatically though. I would keep it to 5% of your portfolio or less.

If you are just starting to invest, I believe it better to focus on bonds or stocks than going into gold.

Do you think the book is correct or is just trying to scare people?


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