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Well biscuits, chocolates and pop albums are all tangible goods and therefore offer some measure of inflation/devaluation protection.

They're not necessarily going to be the best resources to hedge against currency risk, but that's not to say they couldn't make up a portion of a portfolio that is diversified against currency risk.

EDIT: Having said that I'd rather stick with sterling than Shed7 :blink:

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