Which is a better investment: Stocks or Gold, NOW?


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Returns on Gold have been pretty great in the last 4 years.

Does this mean you should put all your money in this asset now?
Or are equities still the better option?

Watch this video till the end to understand the comparative analysis between gold and other assets.
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  2. Obviously, stocks will do better long term. My only fear is the inflation. The rising interest rate can surely control inflation, but won't prevent erosion of the eroding purchasing power of the US dollar. I have learnt my lesson this time. The banks can't be making money off my money, while inflation eats into it. I have set aside $93,000 to invest in the stock market now, since that keeps up with inflation, but I don't know how to get started.

  3. With markets tumbling, inflation soaring, the Fed imposing large interest-rate hike, while treasury yields are rising rapidly—which means more red ink for portfolios this quarter. How can I profit from the current volatile market, I'm still at a crossroads deciding if to liquidate my $125k bond/stocck portfolio

  4. Times are weird. The US dollar is losing purchasing power due to inflation while strengthening against other currencies and assets. The stock market, real estate, crypto AND precious metals are down because people are fleeing to the "safety" of the dollar. where else can we put our investment money? I can't afford to see my savings of around $320,000 turn to dust in front of my eyes.

  5. Heyy with the economic crisis and downturn are all the signs of 2008 market crash 2.0, so my question is do I still save in the US dollar or is it okay to move all emergency and savings to precious metals?

  6. In light of the impending recession and the fact that inflation is still far higher than the Fed's 2% target, several of the most prominent market analysts have been expressing their views on how terrible they believe the next downturn will be and how far stocks may have to fall. I need advice on what investments to make because I'm attempting to create a portfolio for my child that will at least be $800k in value…

  7. He is fraud basically. He advises people merely based on his invested interests. There are many examples like investing in vauld & many of his share holdings suggestions. I have stopped watching his videos. Don't fool innocent public. You only look for your own benefits.

  8. With inflation running at a four-decade high, Recession is now the ‘most likely’ outcome for the economy. How can I grow my portfolio of $650k to outpace inflation and maintain a successful long-term strategy

  9. individual stocks have been what has generated a good part of profits to my portfolio, I invested 80K in a diverse portfolio of stocks, ETFs, grade bonds & made about 390k in a couple of months, but guess what? I re-invested and it compounded even more, closing in a million soon. My FA Susan Kay Mack handles my investments and ensures i stay above the market.

  10. Akshat we made a lot of money based on your nasdaq and alphabet commentary. Thanks a lot. Now please make a follow up video on nasdaq and faang stocks.

  11. I think Indian Stock Market is overvalued as of now with a P/E of almost 22 (it has an average of 18 over the years). Even the other Emerging Markets have a P/E of around 18

  12. I have 10L personal loan with 10.26% interest, out of which 6.4L principal is pending with 36 months of emi 21375, I have 6.5L with me now, shall I foreclosure the loan? Or should I invest it somewhere else? I can save 80k on interest if I foreclose now.

  13. URGENT !!!! Many of us investors started investing in Bitcoin using Vauld on your recommendation, now vauld is under some restructuring and i'm unable to understand how to take my money out of it. Please make a video specifically explaining how to take out money from VAULD.

  14. Don't listen to this guy if you want to make a quick profit as you will end up with loses only. Listen to this guy to learn the basics and apply your brains on top of it, period.

  15. Akshat Your explanation are wonderful but the thing is except pnb and union bank maximum of ur stock advice gave upto 40% negative return…i have been following uoy like for 2 years and if gold price was about go up when russia statred accumulating it…where were u…aftr one and half year now u r telling that gold price is going to go up…i think you r good youtuber but ur investment advices are not doing well…if someday i earn from ur investemnt acvice…i will admit here myself

  16. Making money is not the same as keeping it there is a reason why investments aren't well taught in schools, the examples you gave are well stationed, the market crisis gave me my first millions, people shy away from hard times, I embrace them.. well at least my advisor does lol

  17. Govts in India are moving into a freebie and corruption dens so eventually they will have to print money and Inflation is for real in India so Gold will give better return one should keep 40% investment in gold..Gold is a natural hedge against govt defaults which is a reality which is hitting many nations…

  18. Gold and silver are considered a safe haven during times of economic uncertainty. They are also considered as a hedge against inflation. However, investing in gold and silver should be done with caution and after careful research. It is important to understand the market trends and do your due diligence before investing in gold and silver. It is also important to diversify your portfolio and not put all your eggs in one basket.

  19. I bought gold when no one was buying. Blud, it was selling for Rs 4450 for 1 gm (44500 for 10 gm) in 2021. Stock market was all time high back then. I just checked gold price now – its ~63k 😂

    Its not a good time to buy gold at all. Its at peak price. Not a good time for buying jewellery as well. Hopefully in few years stock market rallies then you can buy.

  20. The relationship between external factors such as inflation data and the Federal Reserve's decisions and their impact on the cryptocurrency market, particularly Bitcoin, is truly intriguing. As the financial landscape undergoes rapid transformation, it becomes crucial to recognize the increasing significance of alternative assets like Bitcoin and embrace adaptive, innovative approaches. In the midst of these market shifts, it is commendable that individuals like Anna Olsen are thriving by utilizing effective trading strategies. Her success in amassing 32 BTC within just three weeks highlights her profound market knowledge, expertise, and well-deserved reputation as a visionary in the world of cryptocurrency trading.

  21. Insightful video. But you missed a couple of points –

    1. Gold prices are typically inversely corelated to dollar index ( or strength of dollar). So if/when Fed start cutting rates the dollar index could fall further and Gold could go further up though not in an exponential manner as we saw recently.

    2. Gold prices in India doesn't exactly move as the international prices (if you check the history). Off course its directly corelated but not one to one, as in when the international price falls the domestic price may not fall at the same rate, infact it has even stayed stagnant at times when internationally price was falling !!

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