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Richard's Remarks

 

As the purchasing power of fiat money crashes to near zero, gold will be the last man (money) standing. But remember, all this takes time. Below I have posted a chart of gold and the S&P 500 (lower section) going back to 1980. Note the pick-up in volume as gold climbs higher. Charts basically show the flow of funds. If so, what is this chart telling us? And which way have the funds been flowing?

 

 

 

I urge my subscribers to buy one-ounce gold coins and put them away for posterity. Put them in a suitable hiding place or in a bank vault, and then what? I'd suggest that you forget about them and will them to your sweetie or your kids. Those coins won't tarnish, and they'll be just as beautiful in the year 2090, when your great-grandkids open the vault.

 

I'm still flabbergasted by the seemingly total lack of "talk" or even ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.


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