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The Future of Physical Gold (Part V)

Sorry for the late posting, this went up last week for those who were interested in reading but missed it.

The Future of Physical Gold, Part V - An Imperfect World in The End

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The Future of Physical Gold (Part V)

Final part in my series on the future of physical gold, discussing some potential roles/values of physical gold in various regions and our constant, but destructive need for perfect investments, knowledge, arguments, etc.

The Future of Physical Gold, Part V - An Imperfect World in The End

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The Future of Physical Gold (Part IV)

Part IV in a five part series about the future roles/values of physical gold, and specifically deals with debunking the theory and implictions of Freegold.

The Future of Physical Gold, Part IV - Deflationary Canyons and Caves

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The Future of Physical Gold (Part II)

Part II of a series discussing the theoretical foundations of the global financial system, and the implications for the future role of physical gold as a monetary asset.

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The Future of Physical Gold (Part I)

<a href="http://theautomaticearth.blogspot.com/2011/05/may-13-2011-future-of-physical-gold.html">The Future of Physical Gold (Part I - Dialectic Foundations)</a>

Part I in a series about the likely role of gold in the monetary/financial systems of our future (this article is focused on the abstract theoretical foundations of the dynamics in an industrial-financial capitalist economy)

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Platinum Versus Gold

I'd like to inquire about physical platinum or a physical platinum fund versus physical gold or a physical gold fund.

Obviously both are precious metals, both have jewelry and industrial uses.

Here's a chart comparison, Platinum from 1992 to Present, then Gold from 1995 to Present. Platinum is supposed to be more expensive and rarer than gold. And yet as you can see, at some points in the past, there was practically a parity in price (I believe the Russians had something to do with it).