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Session 22: How to Smartly Invest in Gold

Gold has always occupied centre stage in the evolution and development of monetary system. This is because, gold is considered as a store of value due to its ability to counter inflation over the long run and acts as a hedge during uncertain times. You see, gold as an asset class usually has a negative correlation with other asset classes and therefore can be of help in defence and act as useful portfolio diversifier. Therefore as an investor, you must hold some portion of gold in the investment portfolio.

Mind you there are host of ways you could hold gold, but in this learning session we will tell you about the smart way of investing gold.

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