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Greg McCoach "Don't Buy Gold ETFs", Gold Bull James Turk Talks about Silver

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November 30, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: CEF , AUY , GLD

I am Long gold miner AUY. I like Marc Faber and I like Gold. This is a follow-up post to abitarePERFECT's latest post with Marc Faber. Some videos here to show my Bullish

Gold World Editor Greg McCoach discusses Gold and ETFs, coins and Central Fund of Canada at the 2007 Profi from the Peak Conference. He discusses buying bullion and the Perth mint

 

James Turk talks about Silver Part 1 November 05, 2008

 

James Turk talks about Silver Part 2 November 05, 2008

 

James Turk talks about Silver Part 4 November 05, 2008

 

David Morgan "Precious Metals and the Credit Crisis" 1/4

 

David Morgan "Precious Metals and the Credit Crisis" 2/4

 

David Morgan "Precious Metals and the Credit Crisis" 3/4

 

David Morgan "Precious Metals and the Credit Crisis" 4/4

 

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On December 01, 2008 at 12:50 AM, Tastylunch (28.58) wrote:

ETFs seem like the next logical bubble to me, especially now that we have the triple levered ones arriving in this market full of volatility,

might be awhile before it pops though.

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#2) On December 01, 2008 at 11:04 PM, Jimmy2008 (< 20) wrote:

 I have just bought 1.ounce Maple Leaf gold coins. I am not sure if it is pure gold or there are lots of makeup like jewellery in the price (US$840 a coin today). I asked this question because James Turk (in the video mentioned above) mentioned something like that.

We can still get physical gold and silver. It does not make sense to me to have CEF and GLD as we don't know how governments would manipulate/control bullion markets.

What is better if we have choice between bulion miner stocks and physical bullions?

Oil and bullion, what might have more chance to appreciate if the time frame is 5-7 years? I am thinking oil stocks (dividends as well).

Thanks,

 Jimmy2008

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#3) On December 01, 2008 at 11:53 PM, abitare (29.76) wrote:

Bullion is for wealth protection and insurance. Miners are for people trying to get rich. Mines can and do get confiscated by governments and miners can "cook" the books and go bankrupt also.

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