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Posts tagged 'Gold Value'

Neil Adshead: In The Mining Sector, “Value Is Driven By Geological Quality” - Sprott U.S. Media (14/3/2017)

By Sprott U.S. Media 2 years ago 3376 Views

An interview with Neil Adshead, exploration geologist and senior mining analyst, on how natural resources are valued and priced.

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The Root of Gold Conspiracy Theories - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 7681 Views 7 comments

Why do we continue to value gold in terms of it’s worth in dollars? The value of a dollar varies over time, yet we apply this valuation to something that technically does not go down or up. Are we missing something here?

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The Circle of Gold - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson - The Deviant Investor 3 years ago 2209 Views 1 comment

Global debt is over $200 Trillion and rapidly climbing. Governments must borrow more currency into existence to pay off maturing debt, but total debt inevitably increases. Charles Ponzi used a similar scheme for his wealth transfer process.

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Hong Kong and Singapore Wrestle for Control Over the Future of Gold - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 4 years ago 1393 Views 1 comment

September 16, 2014

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The Potential Value of Gold is Infinity

By admin 5 years ago 947 Views No comments

"Gold could go to infinity", but will it? That is a matter of perspective. When viewing the value of gold in the price of fiat dollars, this is a possibility. If you lived in Zimbabwe during their recent hyperinflation, you would have seen the value of gold prices in Zimbabwe dollars essentially go to infinity. If you lived in Germany during the Wiemar hyperinflation, then gold was priceless, enabling you the ability to buy whole city blocks with just a few ounces.

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