Why should I use gold to diversify from "good" stocks?
*Dow Theory Letters, Richard Russell, January 30, 2007:
"I get a load of investment reports, and they all list stocks that I
ought to buy. It's a hopeless procedure, as far as I'm concerned. I
can't tie up my money in all these stocks. Most pay little or no
dividends, and that stops me right there. Furthermore, these are not
outstanding values. Sure they are "good" stocks, but when the market is
overbought or overvalued or just plain "tired," good stocks can go down
along with the bad, particularly if they offer low dividend yields."
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