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hello l am a grandmother of 5 and l brought a lot of gold with the savings l had at the time l paid £10 a gram sorry that's the only way l know the weight it is mostly 9ct and l have about £5000 pounds worth at £10 a gram at present l know l am losing money but l am worried the price wont go back up and will fall more as this is all the saving l have for my grandchildren do you think l should keep hold of it or best to sell it please can someone offer me some advice as l do not understand about bull market ect please help thankyou
Gold market is a speculative market. You don't understand speculative markets, so you shouldn't put your money in such.
It does not matter that you do not understand the speculative markets, as you have already made the choice.
With that, unless you need the cash, or possibly have a better investment opportunity, you only have a loss on paper and with that, there is no reason to sell now at the low plus commission costs…. when the upside potential is far more probable. After all, your grandchildren have a good many years to cash out…
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The White House has taken notice of a story we've been following very closely here. The rise of Bitcoin. In October of last year,
President Obama summoned Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt to the Oval
Office and asked him if Bitcoin was something he has to worry about. The answer is yes.
And what's coming could have major implications for global economies and your wealth.
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