The former high-flying bank trader explains why the yellow metal is his investment vehicle of choice.
But if you want to hear someone who is really keen on gold, try Stephen Leeb, on King World News:
Incidentally, you can learn here why Keynes himself had 66% of his private personal portfolio on gold mining stocks, in 1933, which formed the bulk of his personal fortune, despite his public hatred of the barbarous relic, and his reliance upon gold and inside information towards building his reputation as a ‘great’ trader.
Keynes, a hypocrite?
Who’d ‘a’ thunk it?