How coins protect your wealth

A surprising way to get round the problem of inflation

By Clem Chambers  

Investing is always a good idea. Where people go wrong is to confuse investing with gambling and the near certainty of loss that goes with that pursuit. Investing is a long game and gambling is a short one. The choice of outcomes is: get rich slow or get poor fast, and many take the latter route because investing is just too slow and boring.

In the new reality of low interest rates, investing has become an even harder game to win because all profits are connected by the logic of risk and measured against what a government will pay out…

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