Skip to comments.VIDEO: The Secret World of Gold - Full Documentary
Posted on 07/15/2013 3:32:52 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
I would love to ask the Secretary of the Treasury if he knows how much gold is still left in Ft. Knox.
If I were the Germans, I’d be pursuing this aggressively. Anyone who trusts the 0bamabots with their Gold is a lunatic. I feel sorry for those whose gold was in America’s hands the day he took office. There is absolutely no guarantee the gold is there. Team 0bama are foxes, and I would not trust them with my chickens.
Thanks for posting. I missed this show on TV so I’m glad you have this reminder here.
“Ft. Knox? Probably very little gold left there since no audit since 1954.”
What do you mean? In 1974, they opened the doors to 1 gold room and let reporters in for a ‘citizen’s audit’. That’s good enough for me...
I’ll never forget watching some bimbo from CBS put a gold bar on a scale wobbly held by some other reporter and declare “yep, the gold is here alright!”
Risk - It’s Not Just A Board Game
Tyler Durden’s pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 03/30/2013 18:49 -0400
“The world is a very risky place right now for an investor,” is the cautious manner in which Grant Williams (of Things That Make You Go Hhmm infamy) begins this excellent presentation, even though he notes that “the general perception is that there is very little risk,” as all markets from equities to bonds (and even risk itself) are priced as though 2007/8 never happened. It appears, Williams notes, given the market’s perceptions that, “all the problems are behind us.” He chides, “Nothing could be further from the truth.” Williams focuses on the corruption of traditional price signals by Central Banks’ ZIRP (and LSAP) policies, financial repression, and the possibility that the gold leasing market is about to fall apart - because one of these days, someone is going to ask for their gold back and be told they can’t have it.
“By definition, risk-takers often fail. So do morons. In practice it’s difficult to sort them out.”
Scott Adams - The Dilbert Principle
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