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4 minutes ago, matrawr said:

I've noticed you've been here awhile Mr Dead have you had stacks previously? Or have you only recently purchased?

I had a V1 stack that I sold after the price spike after the Brexit vote.  Used the proceeds to pay off the mortgage on my current property.

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8 minutes ago, mr-dead said:

I had a V1 stack that I sold after the price spike after the Brexit vote.  Used the proceeds to pay off the mortgage on my current property.

So am I correct in saying you're more of a speculative stacker? Or did you only sell because you felt you had too?

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It just seemed like a good opportunity to cash in with a decent profit and pay my house off early. 

Made profit on the gold stack and saved thousands on mortgage interest on top.

I am a strong believer in taking profit from your investments at key points and not holding indefinitely through greed in the hope of making more and more.

 

Just waiting on a financial wobble for a gold price spike and a property price slump then I will trade in the gold for another property, my current house will then go to my daughter when she is old enough to give her a good head start in life.  She's only 9 at the moment so have a little time to play with :)

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, mr-dead said:

It just seemed like a good opportunity to cash in with a decent profit and pay my house off early. 

Made profit on the gold stack and saved thousands on mortgage interest on top.

I am a strong believer in taking profit from your investments at key points and not hold indefinitely through greed in the hope of making more and more.

 

Just waiting on a financial wobble for a gold price spike and a property price slump then I will trade in the gold for another property.

 

 

Seems sensible sir need to get my average down a fair bit before I consider selling any!

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2 hours ago, mr-dead said:

I am a strong believer in taking profit from your investments at key points and not holding indefinitely through greed in the hope of making more and more.

I was planning to cash in a chunk of funds to take profits a few days before the markets took a nose dive recently.
My hesitation cost me dear and I am kicking myself now.
Had I sold into cash I am sure the markets would have spiked so I would be kicking myself for selling too soon.
Cannot win - same with PMs.
Death and taxes are the only two things guaranteed in life.

:(

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7 minutes ago, Pete said:

I was planning to cash in a chunk of funds to take profits a few days before the markets took a nose dive recently.
My hesitation cost me dear and I am kicking myself now.
Had I sold into cash I am sure the markets would have spiked so I would be kicking myself for selling too soon.
Cannot win - same with PMs.
Death and taxes are the only two things guaranteed in life.

:(

Patience. You'll get a buying opportunity at £10. Obviously get in at £10.10-20 :ph34r:

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