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Old 05-10-2013, 01:44 AM   #1
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Gold: Bits & Pieces


I have had the pleasure of reading some interesting items about gold recently, but none were big enough on their own for an article. Put together, however, they make a fun and easy to digest piece.

Warning! Gold porn... Two easy to read graphs (gold's color with different alloys and FOFOA's interesting Freegold Price Probability Distribution Curve from 2009) as well...
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Old 05-10-2013, 05:40 AM   #2
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Nice read DoChen!

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that even if the price of gold winds up at $25,000 (now considered fantastically high by most gold analysts -- "fantastic' in the sense of extreme and unlikely), well his whole set of arguments will be proven correct...
25,000 gold now seem fantastically high, just like $1900 gold seemed fantastically high when gold was $35 or even $300.
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Indeed a good blog. I would definitely like to go with the current currency as that’s what is accepted rather than silver or gold pieces. For me silver and gold are sources of investment especially for a rainy day.
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