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Old 07-11-2016, 03:15 PM
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I will be 59 1/2 in a couple of months, and have a annuity that I had in a 3yr fund coming up soon. I want to be able to put it in a short term fund to have access to it if needed for a emergency. Any ideas. Amount 110k.
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I will be 59 1/2 in a couple of months, and have a annuity that I had in a 3yr fund coming up soon. I want to be able to put it in a short term fund to have access to it if needed for a emergency. Any ideas. Amount 110k.
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depends on your risk tolerance, what kind of return, and term. if it was me right now I would buy physical gold, silver, bitcoin for long term 5-10 yrs. short term 1-5 yrs stocks like at&t and verizon, GLD etf, european bank stocks: deutch banc, credit suisse etc and hedge all your stocks with the bear market s & p or bear spdr etfs.
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