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Thursday
Sep072006

Asset Management: Funds




Unfortunately we do not manage funds or assets for other people. We only invest our own funds and those of family and friends.

We are not financial advisors, asset managers or fund managers just individuals who invest money and write about it on our websites.

However we can discuss a few possibilities with you on the strict understanding that we are not recommending any of the companies below and have no financial connections with them.

For instance, we have mentioned John Emery of Sprott asset management in previous articles as someone that we have the utmost respect for, but that is only our opinion.

If however you are interested in options trading then you could try Fidelity, they also handle other types of trading, retirement funds, etc, although we have never done business with them.

If your need is for EFTs, bonds and mutual funds then there are people like Scottrade or Schwab. There are such financial instruments as Exchange Traded Notes managed by Ipath, but we don’t do any of these types of investments.

You can search the web or better still ask a few of your colleagues and see what they have to say, they might even have a personal experience or two to share which would be invaluable. Do try and look beyond the label and pick up the phone and talk to people, the response is usually very positive.

Good hunting.

07 September 2006

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Reader Comments (2)

To gold-prices.biz

You said that you do not manange any funds or assests.

Would you consider mananging assests or investing funds into your gold mining companies?

I am very interested in your portfolio and would like to invest some capital.
I also have friends that are fans of your website and your work.

thanks

September 8, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterDerek

At the moment we dont know you and more importantly you dont know us so we would have to decline for now. Also please be very careful about offering your hard earned funds to someone over the web, it is not the most secure place in the world.

Our small group of investors consists of family and close friends only, therefore we know very well what their ambitions are, their risk profiles, liquidity, etc. So we could not just invest your money without a lot more data, your aversion to risk may not be the same as ours for instance.

What we do, we publish anyway, so you can see and then decide which way you want to invest. Any financial letter or website should be used as a guide only.

The final decision is always yours.

Thank you for your enquiry and we wish you every success for the future.

October 19, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterBob

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