Hyperinflation? ETF Options

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May 22, 2009 4:25pm NYSE:FXA NYSE:FXY

inflationMethods to protect or hedge oneself against the upcoming hyperinflationary phase

Solution 1

As we stated last week one of the simplest and easiest methods would be to open an option for those who cannot or do not want to travel will to invest via currency ETF’s

FXY= Japanese Yen FXF= Swiss Franc, FXE= Euro FXC= Canadian Dollar
FXA= Australian Dollar FXS= Swedish Krona

Finally, the last option would be to open a Pay Pal account, fund it and then activate the currency option feature. Right now they offer the Euro, Canadian dollar, Swiss Franc and British Pound.

Solution 2

Put some money into Gold, Silver and Palladium bullion or any other hard assets such as farm land, antiques (you should know what you are doing when it comes to antiques or work with someone who does otherwise you could be taken for a ride), etc. One can invest in precious metals via the following ETF’s.

Gold= GLD
Silver= SLV
Palladium= an ETF is in the works but until it appears, investors can purchase shares in SWC.

Once again individuals should not put all their money into bullion but only a portion of it.

Solution 3

A portion of your funds should be deployed into stocks, primarily those in the commodities’ sector. Stocks in oil, uranium, natural gas, Gold, Palladium, Silver, etc, sectors will one day trade to dizzying heights, and we are sure it will create many more new millionaires.

We have offered 3 solutions, as we are expecting hyperinflation to be the order of the day in the not very distant future, holding onto cash will not be a wise thing and thus the least capital should be deployed into solution 1, more of one’s money should be deployed into solution 2 and 3.

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