At MoneyWeek, we've been tipping gold since 2001. In that time it went from $250 to $1,900 an ounce in 2011 (a 660% increase), hitting record highs each year since 2002.
Successful investing is about the diversification and management of risk. It makes sense to have a part of your wealth invested in gold. At MoneyWeek, we show you the best ways to do that.
Gold: the MoneyWeek view
April 2015: Keep gold as insurance Gold has traded sideways this year. But demand for jewellery in emerging markets should buoy it over the next few years, while inflation could well come back. Keep 5%-10% of your portfolio in gold. Silver is extremely volatile and thus highly risky.
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Latest articles on investing in gold
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