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Fool Britannia & the curious case of Brown’s Bottom

When Gordon Brown sold off half of the British government’s gold at the precise decades-long market bottom, for an average of $275 dollars an ounce (so he could buy the Euro Reich’s euros!) he guaranteed his place in history as … Continue reading

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Dude, where’s my gold?

Jan Skoyles, of the Real Asset Company, dares to ask an unaskable question, to wit, if gold is a useless inert worthless barbarous metallic relic, then why are central banks so obsessed with it, why do they hold it at … Continue reading

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