March 22, 2011
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You may be surprised to learn the circumstances.
The political turbulence in the Middle East -- besides boosting the price of gold to a record $1,444 a troy ounce -- has highlighted the property that has for centuries made gold so appealing to criminals, investors and dictators alike: it does not rely on a government for its value.
Can I get an Amen!
So thats how wars are funded...hmmm
I apologize for the double post.
Amen! and pass the smelter.
They forgot to say that gold is also very blingy.
See, gold is money after all...
...for a collpsed society!
So criminals, investors, and dictators apparently have at least one thing in common - they are all attracted to shiny objects!