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Hi all,

whilst I'm not a total novice I need some suggestions about where to consider putting some savings for the next few years.

At the moment I fill my cash isa each year and I have a shares isa which I put the remainder in. I then get "advised" on medium rick shares and purchase those.

The rest of my money is sitting in high-interest internet accounts. This amount is growing quite quickly.

I'm wondering if this strategy seems the most sensible?

Should I buy more shares?

Should I look at bonds?

Gold looks too compex for my small mind.

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Gold looks too compex for my small mind.

Sheep have small minds and get slaugthered.

Go out and buy some gold. It's very easy. You only need 10% of your capital to hedge against the coming disaster.

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