Everything relatively risk free i.e Euro currency short duration MM funds are negative yielding sadly . Had same issue with CHF and I have a lot of experienced people pooring over my portfolios. In end you either take on more risk in your investment decision in euros, accept some form of negative return or take cash out the system. Cash is not an option for you and I wouldn't go hunting for some obscure, illiquid ETF or fund promising some marginal return for extra unseen risks.If you have any Euro fund or ETF recommendation which is stable and low risk, it will be useful.
lol . The stable genius wants to start world war 3 to distract people from impeachment inquiry.Trump has told the World he is a "stable genius". Therefore, if gold is as stable as Trump, it must be "a pretty yuge investment, a tremendous investment to win bigly"
Problem with any listed product i.e index fund that is not OTC product is that when a real crisis strikes and market falls exchanges have circuit breakers that simply halt trading after a certain percentage drop. They will also simply close the exchanges if market does start to fall and refuse to open them again until calm ensues. You will have zero chance of getting access to your investments just like e-banking being shutdown for maintenance.If there's a black Swan, gold rally compensates the indexes losses
Sure.I checked my with my broker and it looks like I can able to buy Vanguard EUR funds. I will check low-risk Vanguard based options. I noted this option thanks.
It's cross listed so you can invest via London Stock Exchange code VUSA.L. Much better than buying on US and other exchanges as there is no withholding tax applied on the already small dividends it pays.As non-US persons, we cannot invest in Vanguard S&P 500 ETF though Interactive Brokers, right? I called and that's what they said.