August 13, 2010
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Actually, gold is highly conductive, as well as shiny.
There is little I can add to binve's fantastic post at the link in comment #1 above, but as you can see in that post binve stated his intent in posting the video, whereas in this case your readers are left to guess for themselves what your intent may be in posting.
Way to keep your options open.
And to think, just today I was decrying the prevalence of prejudices and misconceptions in shaping many peoples' attitudes against gold and silver.
Some investors refuse to seriously consider gold and silver producers as legitimate choices for investment capital.
Where such decisions are based upon thorough and objective research, I take no issue.
Unfortunately, I observe that many refusals to invest in the sector are born of suppositions, misconceptions, and even prejudices. The result, often, is that decisions are made to avoid the sector without a trace of real consideration.
I might buy some gold with my air miles. ;-)
gold is highly conductive. does that mean they would use it in building the smart grid. What else would it do. Oh giggling I like it. My oh lets say coffee at 20 1 oz gold at 40 oz. I would get 2 20oz of coffee. Now 60 years later coffee at 80 oz. and gold at 160 oz. I could still get 2. You could only get one with your money. I however broke even and can get 2. So I will sell the gold as needed to buy what I need. I remember the storied of the silver spoon cafe. I like the film.