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Old 05-05-2015, 01:56 PM   #1
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Palladium inches toward $900

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Now that our daughter is safely married off (and on honeymoon)*, I have finally had the chance to look at the financial world again.

I note only one change: Pd has been going up.

I have no idea why.

* I had my camera locked away, so the best pictures are on Facebook, ugh...
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Ahhh, that would be $800. Foreign keyboard and/or Fat Finger....
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Congrats on your daughter's wedding. Is she honeymooning in Greece by any chance? (ducks and runs for cover)
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Hey..... your day of freedom may soon be at an end DoChenRollerBearing. Get moving with your aspirations quickly as possible. In the meanwhile, think about grand children. They have a way of unexpectedly arriving that will surprise both the parents and others. And congratulations, and best wishes for the coming years.
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¡Thanks for the nice comments!

She is now in Buenos Aires with her husband doing honeymoon stuff (which in this case would also include fine steak and fine wine).

In the past few days we lost our daughter (to a young man). We lost the apartment we were renting here in Lima (two weeks). Yesterday I lost my wife (she, her sister and a friend) went to Cuzco and Machu Picchu. No women, and I am now at my in-laws (fine people, whew!). But I have free time, and I went and bought an "Una Libra" gold coin roughly the size of a British Sovereign. If I can get a good picture (big if), I´ll post it or send a link.

YES re grandchildren... As Brother FOFOA sometimes reminds us, the wealthy families of Europe bought and held their gold intergenerationally...

"We can walk in the footsteps of Giants" (an approximate quotation from one of FOFOA´s pregenitors (¿word?)), smile,,,
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