IRA to Gold IRA - Government approves rollover

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Mar 3, 2010 3:45 pm

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Mar 3, 2010 3:48 pm

Why is this in legal?

Mar 3, 2010 4:35 pm

I think it's funny when I hear gold companies touting gold as a "tangible" asset.  Cars are tangible.  Baseball cards are tangible.  Furniture is tangible.  The quarter in my pocket is tangible.  Tangible simply means I can touch it.  Why does that make it a worthwhile investment?  Can I invest in boobs in my IRA?  Those are tangible and worth touching at the same time.   

Mar 3, 2010 5:58 pm

Absolutely a sign from above that Gold is near the high.

Mar 3, 2010 6:08 pm

I think it's funny when I hear gold companies touting gold as a "tangible" asset.  Cars are tangible.  Baseball cards are tangible.  Furniture is tangible.  The quarter in my pocket is tangible.  Tangible simply means I can touch it.  Why does that make it a worthwhile investment?  Can I invest in boobs in my IRA?  Those are tangible and worth touching at the same time.   

 I think iShares found their next ETF.

Mar 3, 2010 7:43 pm

I think it's funny when I hear gold companies touting gold as a "tangible" asset.  Cars are tangible.  Baseball cards are tangible.  Furniture is tangible.  The quarter in my pocket is tangible.  Tangible simply means I can touch it.  Why does that make it a worthwhile investment?  Can I invest in boobs in my IRA?  Those are tangible and worth touching at the same time.   

  
 I think iShares found their next ETF.


Be careful.  Boobs do have a shelf life.  You don't want to retire with a portfolio of saggy tities.

Mar 3, 2010 8:02 pm

Is that what they mean by depreciating assets?

Mar 3, 2010 9:24 pm

Yes, the only asset that depreciates faster when breast-feeding is involved.

Mar 4, 2010 5:58 pm

Spaceman, you bring a great argument about boobs in an IRA.  Unfortunately, the IRS would most likely dis-allow it in an IRA under a "personal use" exemption.
I couldn't agree more about your "tangible" argument.  What most gold company reps DONT understand is Asset allocations, diversification, etc.  They sell high fear scenarios and are, in many cases, trying to take assets from others investment professionals.  The tangible argument doesn't hold up based on the points you made.  Its much less about tangibiliy, than about making an allocation (5-10% of a typical portfolio) into an asset class with a low historical correlation to the stock markets in general. 
I'm sure you have no interest in learning about a different approach that allows the advisor a way to retain AUM & diversify a portion of client assets into physical metals.  In case I'm wrong, check out www.riametals.com

Mar 4, 2010 6:21 pm

Spaceman, you bring a great argument about boobs in an IRA.  Unfortunately, the IRS would most likely dis-allow it in an IRA under a "personal use" exemption.
I couldn't agree more about your "tangible" argument.  What most gold company reps DONT understand is Asset allocations, diversification, etc.  They sell high fear scenarios and are, in many cases, trying to take assets from others investment professionals.  The tangible argument doesn't hold up based on the points you made.  Its much less about tangibiliy, than about making an allocation (5-10% of a typical portfolio) into an asset class with a low historical correlation to the stock markets in general. 
I'm sure you have no interest in learning about a different approach that allows the advisor a way to retain AUM & diversify a portion of client assets into physical metals.  In case I'm wrong, check out www.riametals.com

   
 
You are correct. Go sell your crap elsewhere. I saw riametals as a new member and I knew that within the hour some pud would be on here selling something.

Mar 4, 2010 6:35 pm

Spaceman, you bring a great argument about boobs in an IRA.  Unfortunately, the IRS would most likely dis-allow it in an IRA under a "personal use" exemption.
I couldn't agree more about your "tangible" argument.  What most gold company reps DONT understand is Asset allocations, diversification, etc.  They sell high fear scenarios and are, in many cases, trying to take assets from others investment professionals.  The tangible argument doesn't hold up based on the points you made.  Its much less about tangibiliy, than about making an allocation (5-10% of a typical portfolio) into an asset class with a low historical correlation to the stock markets in general. 
I'm sure you have no interest in learning about a different approach that allows the advisor a way to retain AUM & diversify a portion of client assets into physical metals.  In case I'm wrong, check out www.riametals.com

 RIA, you also "bring a great argument" about gold in an IRA. Unfortunately, most people that post here would like you to go take a bath in gasoline and jump in a bonfire. What most pikers that try to sell their manure by posting DON'T (apostrophe added because I prefer to communicate in my native language correctly) understand is that we all respect the RR mag enough to insist that those that want to sell something to us brokers buy a f***ing ad.

I'm sure you have no interest in not being a choade and actually paying for your advertising. In case I'm right, go visit www.gokillyourself.com.

Mar 4, 2010 6:45 pm

Spaceman, you bring a great argument about boobs in an IRA.  Unfortunately, the IRS would most likely dis-allow it in an IRA under a "personal use" exemption.
I couldn't agree more about your "tangible" argument.  What most gold company reps DONT understand is Asset allocations, diversification, etc.  They sell high fear scenarios and are, in many cases, trying to take assets from others investment professionals.  The tangible argument doesn't hold up based on the points you made.  Its much less about tangibiliy, than about making an allocation (5-10% of a typical portfolio) into an asset class with a low historical correlation to the stock markets in general. 
I'm sure you have no interest in learning about a different approach that allows the advisor a way to retain AUM & diversify a portion of client assets into physical metals.  In case I'm wrong, check out www.riametals.com

 
 RIA, you also "bring a great argument" about gold in an IRA. Unfortunately, most people that post here would like you to go take a bath in gasoline and jump in a bonfire. What most pikers that try to sell their manure by posting DON'T (apostrophe added because I prefer to communicate in my native language correctly) understand is that we all respect the RR mag enough to insist that those that want to sell something to us brokers buy a f***ing ad.

[b]I'm sure you have no interest in not being a choade and actually paying for your advertising. In case I'm right, go visit [url=http://www.gokillyourself.com.

www.gokillyourself.com.[/url]][/b][/quote
 
LOLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Quote of 2010 so far !

Mar 8, 2010 2:14 pm

Spaceman, you bring a great argument about boobs in an IRA.  Unfortunately, the IRS would most likely dis-allow it in an IRA under a "personal use" exemption.
I couldn't agree more about your "tangible" argument.  What most gold company reps DONT understand is Asset allocations, diversification, etc.  They sell high fear scenarios and are, in many cases, trying to take assets from others investment professionals.  The tangible argument doesn't hold up based on the points you made.  Its much less about tangibiliy, than about making an allocation (5-10% of a typical portfolio) into an asset class with a low historical correlation to the stock markets in general. 
I'm sure you have no interest in learning about a different approach that allows the advisor a way to retain AUM & diversify a portion of client assets into physical metals.  In case I'm wrong, check out www.riametals.com

     
 
You are correct. Go sell your crap elsewhere. I saw riametals as a new member and I knew that within the hour some pud would be on here selling something.

Well said.

Mar 8, 2010 10:01 pm

[quote=Spaceman Spiff]I think it's funny when I hear gold companies touting gold as a "tangible" asset.  Cars are tangible.  Baseball cards are tangible.  Furniture is tangible.  The quarter in my pocket is tangible.  Tangible simply means I can touch it.  Why does that make it a worthwhile investment?  Can I invest in boobs in my IRA?  Those are tangible and worth touching at the same time.   [/quote]

Even further, you don't receive your "gold", you get a depost receipt, go stroke that....