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  1. Here’a a question,

    What do you think about sports cards as an investment? Here’s a link to a story about Connor McDavid’s rookie card selling for over 50 thousand dollars. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/connor-mcdavid-rookie-card-sells-record-price-online-auction/

    I’m not suggesting anyone pay that amount of money for what amounts to a piece of cardboard with a picture on it, but it might be a good idea for people to check their old sports cards if they have any and see what they’re worth. Either that or buy them at the store and then wait to see how much it will go up in value. That would look like the old buy low and sell high.

  2. I liked the admission the Feds control gold and silver price. Why you might ask, it’s not about supply and demand but a fixed game that we the people cannot play.

    I like gold but not as a barter item. The day is coming when cash will be eliminated. Good luck selling gold than.

    As to farm land, my friend owns a nice 20 acres in Idaho and it’s worth less now than in 2004 even with a barn that cost $100k to build.

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