The Mad Hatter Posted September 17, 2010 Report Share Posted September 17, 2010 Hi All, I've recently set up a SIPP (thanks to suggestions from members on here) and thanks partly to the protected rights contributions from the Govt, I've got about £50,000 to play with. The investment aim of this SIPP is to provide part of my retirement income in 15-20 years' time. I also have another personal pension and a small executive pension, so I'm not gambling with my entire pension pot here. Mrs MH and I already have a substantial position in allocated physical gold (about 60% of liquid wealth). We also own our own house outright, have land and no debt. Currently, I have about 65% of the SIPP in shares and funds, the remainder in cash. I am looking to ensure that I also have good exposure to precious metals and to PM miners. I have bought some LON:GBS, but I've been a bit underwhelmed with its performance, as its quoted in dollars. I would be grateful for some suggestions as to what I might add to my portfolio. I'm quite happy to take on some more risky stocks if the fundamentals look promising, as I only place a certain percentage in any one stock/fund/ETF. Many thanks, TMH Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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