We recently put out a ‘Wealth Preservation’ report, looking at protecting your money against the backdrop of a heavily-indebted UK economy. We suggested investing in gold, blue-chip dividend stocks, and cheap foreign markets, specifically Japan and Italy.
Depending on when you bought, most have done well. Gold hasn’t – but we’re very happy to stick with it. Its purpose is to act as insurance against financial crises, or inflation taking off. We still see significant risk of one or other or both, so keep 5%–10% of your money in physical gold.
As for income stocks – we suggested a diversified [...]
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