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Ok, this is where I need some advice.

I've invested in Metals through Goldmoney.com which is very userfriendly, but I would like to invest in a Gold ETFand the new Silver ETF for larger returns. So how do I go about it? I aint really got a clue how too...

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Ok, this is where I need some advice.

I've invested in Metals through Goldmoney.com which is very userfriendly, but I would like to invest in a Gold EFT and the new Silver EFT for larger returns. So how do I go about it? I aint really got a clue how too...

Open a share dealing account. Squaregain is good and inexpensive but there are others. Once the account is open put some money in your account or use a debit card to buy Gold Bullion Securities (GBS). See this website:

http://www.exchangetradedgold.com/

Edit: I forgot to mention that for GBS with Squaregain you have to deal by phone but it is simple and quick.

That's for gold.

For silver I'm not sure. It's run by Barclays but seems to be US based. I posted a similar request a few days ago and no-one replied.

Silver is very volatile and I would expect a pull-back when the ETF is trading because so much of the price hike so far has been in anticipation of it opening. But I may be wrong.

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Ok, this is where I need some advice.

I've invested in Metals through Goldmoney.com which is very userfriendly, but I would like to invest in a Gold EFT and the new Silver EFT for larger returns. So how do I go about it? I aint really got a clue how too...

Silver ETF (SLV) should become available through Squaregain or Iweb etc - trading only started yesterday. Would be interested to know if and when SLV is available to trade. Goldmoney as good a way to trade silver / gold - and GBS. Also ML Gold and General. I also hold Goldcorp, SSRI, Minco and Mercator.

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