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TDsngumbo
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Ayone invest in gold and silver via Goldline?



I'm thinking of rolling over my IRA to gold and silver with Goldline. I already have a target date retirement plan at work so I'm thinking at my age (late 20's) it would be a good thing to invest in gold & silver via Goldline AND the market via a target date fund.

Would this be a mistake or a good idea? I'm very, very good at managing my money and I want to save/invest as much as possible until retirement but I'm not very versed with things such as the stock market and precious metals.

TIA!







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CajunTiger34
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jso0003
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re: Ayone invest in gold and silver via Goldline?


I'm pretty new to the MT board so I can't say for sure, but I'm fairly confident that the Iraqi Dinar might offer the type of exposure you're looking for





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CoolHand
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I'm thinking of rolling over my IRA to gold and silver with Goldline. I


Out of curiosity, what triggered this?






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jso0003
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re: Ayone invest in gold and silver via Goldline?


Glenn beck told him to.





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TDsngumbo
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re: Ayone invest in gold and silver via Goldline?


They're what I believe to be a reputable company. Do y'all know something I don't? It just seems natural that gold and silver will continue to rise for a very long time.





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foshizzle
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I'm fairly confident that the Iraqi Dinar might offer the type of exposure you're looking for


Couldn't have said it better.






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Dead Mike
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They're what I believe to be a reputable company. Do y'all know something I don't? It just seems natural that gold and silver will continue to rise for a very long time.



Will it?

To take an extreme example [of price volatility], while a dollar invested in bonds in 1801 would be worth nearly a thousand dollars by 1998, a dollar invested in stocks that same year would be worth more than half a million dollars. All this is in real terms, taking inflation into account. Meanwhile, a dollar invested in gold in 1801 would by 1998 be worth just 78 cents.

- Thomas Sowell






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CoolHand
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re: Ayone invest in gold and silver via Goldline?


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They're what I believe to be a reputable company. Do y'all know something I don't? It just seems natural that gold and silver will continue to rise for a very long time.


Stick with the target retirement.






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TDsngumbo
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Thanks man!





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