Gold must be part of your portfolio

FX:XAUUSD   Gold Spot / U.S. Dollar
You should always keep 5-10% of your net worth in gold and a little bit in other commodities .

Historically almost every time a major crisis happened, the price of gold went up.
Just look at the amounts different governments invest in gold .
There will be ups and downs but this was and still is the ultimate asset to offset the risk of a major crush.
Avoid risky brokers that will go bankrupt during a crisis.
Make sure the stop loss is low enough and the take profit is higher considering the huge spike in gold during the 2008 financial crisis.
I don't care if it goes down 10 or even 20%, I will always hold gold just in case something bad happens.
In the future something might replace gold but nowadays its still smart to keep 5-10% of your portfolio in gold .

Comment: Sold all my gold, it seems like either people realized that gold doesn't bring much value to the world or the geniuses finally figured how to create gold from combining atoms or whatever.

Sell all your gold before you lose even more.
The next crisis will be in 2022.
Klemantina giuseppe.grande
@giuseppe.grande, Come back in 2022 to tell me " i told you so" :)
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Wrong. Let's keep 80% in gold, miners and exploration stocks. Fuck the noise around. We are in Dollar cycle decline.
Klemantina giuseppe.grande
@giuseppe.grande, you remind me the Mongolians ;)
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