Re: Gold’s near future
You should read "Crossing the Rubicon" by Mike Ruppert; you’ll really get paranoid.
So who has time to read? I used to love reading novels and other fascinating books. Now, I find I’m spending an inordinate amount of time on this web site because the whole financial thing has got me so concerned. I used to read our daily newspaper cover-to-cover. Now I find I’m often skimming huge chunks of it.
[quote=capesurvivor]Your scenario had not occurred to me but it is possible. But, using Occam’s Razor (usually called the Law of Parsimony but I like to sound smart, especially when I’m not sure), I would still suspect that these are just local guys who don’t need a weatherman to see which way the wind is blowing.
Anything is possible as we’ve both discovered! Whether it’s my intuition that’s trying to tell me something or it is something I ate, I won’t know until it’s too late!
[quote=capesurvivor]But I could be wrong and sinking a few grand into worthless pieces of shiny metal.
I’m still toying with the idea, but just not comfortable making the leap just yet. However, one thing is for sure, gold will never be "worthless pieces of shiny metal." Even after the silver crash, silver still had value – just half of what it was before the crash!