4houghts

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  1. 4houghts

    Today’s selections

    essential tax ££££
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    Today’s selections

    Anything with a house advantage and 0 skill should be limited to protect the public People moan at scratchcards as a poor tax but big up slots for some reason If you bet on sports and loose fair game in my opinion
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    £20 start, let's keep doubling

    Portuguese/spanish players have the best mentality on average by far
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    Arsenal

    Arteta masterclass trust the process keano knows
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    Little things that PISS you OFF

    How submissive the public are
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    Need some advice tks

    most of them just have zero practicality and false promises,quick schemes to make money and dip
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    Need some advice tks

    If you got in and made money good for you mate, but regarding 99% of the other coins absolute scam
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    Need some advice tks

    your not wrong
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    Need some advice tks

    bitcoin
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    Need some advice tks

    its an investment its not getting a lucky 15 to land lol roughly 100k in gold ten years ago is 285k now
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    Need some advice tks

    There is a reason gold is used as a safety net in a portfolio
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    Need some advice tks

    Your using the dow in very simplistic terms. but anyway last post I'm getting bored. The S&P is a much better measurement To gain a historical perspective on gold prices, between January 1934, with the introduction of the Gold Reserve Act, and August 1971, when President Richard Nixon closed the U.S. gold purchase window, the price of gold was effectively set at $35 per ounce.4 5 Prior to the Gold Reserve Act, President Roosevelt had required citizens to surrender gold bullion, coins, and notes in exchange for U.S. dollars, and effectively made investing in gold extremely difficult, if not impossible and futile, for those who did manage to hoard or conceal quantities of the precious metal.6 Using the set gold price of $35 and the price of $1,650 per ounce as of April 2020, a price appreciation of approximately 4,500% can be deduced for gold.2 From February 1971 to 2020, the DJIA has appreciated in value by 3,221%.7 In July 2020, the price of gold had surpassed its previous all-time price high of nearly $2,000 an ounce the highest since September of 2011.
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    Need some advice tks

    my original point was the past decade which you came back at me for.
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    Need some advice tks

    btw I was genuinely curious it wasn't an insult @philinvicta
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    Need some advice tks

    wallstreet .com Gold has increased by 315% over the past 15 years. In comparison, the FBNDX returned 127% and the DJIA increased by 58% over the same period, which is lower than the numbers reported over the 30-year period. However, gold’s growth remained steady, while stocks can fluctuate, sometimes wildly. But this situation did not continue for long, as the markets got hit by the Great Recession and stocks fell, increasing only by 39% in the next five years. On the other hand, gold increased by 239%, overshadowing stocks. In comparison, you would’ve received six times greater returns by investing in gold during this period; the opposite of the numbers reported in the previous five year period. ----------