brianj42 wrote:Current state of the EU then the future of grants and subsidies is rather delicate. Add to that Bulgaria keeps having its subsidies stopped due to fingers in the pie, then investing in land based on subsidies is probably as speculative as anything else.
Buy silver. 200% growth in the last 2 years and "predicted" to grow from $30 to $250 an ounce in the next 5 years. The Chinese are buying it like its going out of fashion.
$60,000 today will get you $480,000 in 5 years.
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Actually the funds stopped were pre accession monies and 'only' worth 200 MEUR - which as they were primarily directed towards institution building, the government was only too happy to accept. Especially as they were immediately offset by an ocean of post accession structural funds that come with almost no control measures