What to do?

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What to do?

I'll put this up to the community...I've saved a few dollars for my 3 year old daughter which is currently wasting away in a money market.  It's obvious that this is not an ideal place to leave the funds.   Any ideas on how to allocate these funds?  All silver, all gold, gold/silver mix, other.  Feedback is appreciated.

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I can't and won't tell you

I can't and won't tell you what to do, but I'll tell what I'm doing for my kids. A little cash.. a little silver.

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Cash and silver, too. Also

Cash and silver, too.

Also have a custodial account sitting in cash waiting for the market to hit the end of the death spiral so it can ride the next bubble to ∞ and beyond. 

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Just my 2 cents

Gold is a proven safe-haven and increasingly is becoming money again.  And, it isn't prone to wild swings such as silver which is also an industrial metal.

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BTW, Cucamonga LOVE your avatar

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Feedback

Thanks for the responses! I'm going to go with the cash/silver mix.  Despite the foolishness of this I have put a little bit away in I-Bonds.  Very interested to see what happens to these savings bonds when/if hyperinflation starts.

@Bobbi.  Thanks.  That's Barnabas - dearly departed - I miss him a bunch.

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