Which will you buy and hold from here for the next 10 year? - 10 Year T-bonds @ 3% yield - Cash in the saving account with 0.1% yield - Gold (that can correct 15% in days but still yield average 20% anually since 2001 - Silver (more volatile and manipulated than gold) - S&P500, which give 2% dividends but almost 0 or negative return since 2001 So if one bought gold @ 2008 peak $1050, he still look smarter than most fund managers today. [more]
All of the sudden, silver and gold are commodities given the debt crisis in Euro zone and USA. Gold down $100 in a day. $1628 the low of the day, so far ... USD is the "fear" currency ...
The CNBC headline is just ridiculous ... http://www.cnbc.com/id/44407965 [more]
Solar startup with 500M+ taxpayer $$$ support is going under: [more]