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Should Coins Be in Your Portfolio?

by Jan Skoyles,

In a couple of interviews I’ve done recently I have been asked how much of one’s portfolio should be dedicated to gold and silver. Within this, I am asked, how would I divide my money between gold, silver and the alternative ways one can hold them?

As someone who is relatively new to investing and the concept of saving anything (student loans, shopping addiction etc.) I like to look for approaches that have stood the test of time but are adaptable to the changing economy.

The wisdom of Harry Browne: This is why I am a big fan of Harry Browne’s Permanent Portfolio. Formed in 1982, the “Permanent Portfolio seeks to provide a sound structure and disciplined approach to asset allocation.”

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