June 18, 2010 — Ted Anderson drops by to talk with Alex about why gold is taking off the way it is and how far it may go. Now is the time to buy gold while you can before it goes to the next level.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
By Nicholas Larkin
June 8, 2010 (Bloomberg) -- Gold rose to a record in New York and London as investors sought an alternative to currencies amid mounting concern over Europe’s debt crisis.
Bullion also hit highs in euros, sterling and Swiss francs after the region’s common currency yesterday slipped to its lowest level in more than four years against the dollar amid speculation that debt-cutting measures by European nations will slow growth. European equities fell and Fitch Ratings said the U.K. must deepen budget cuts to protect its top credit rating.
“It shows low confidence in the euro zone,” said Bernard Sin, head of currency and metals trading at bullion refiner MKS Finance SA in Geneva. “There’s no confidence in euros, dollars and no confidence in other currencies. The only solution is to be on the safer side, which is gold.”
liarpoliticians — May 17, 2010 — The Chinese population and government are dumping the worthless paper currencies of the world, which their governments just magic from nowhere, and dumping guilts, and are instead investing in gold. No matter what the price of gold is, one thing is certain, you can't print more of it like Western governments have done to their paper currencies.
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