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8 Comments

  1. Thanks for this excellent gold/silver report. The question still remains, buy more now just because you can, or just sit on your hands for a while?

  2. Carl, I think that a person who is in a position to buy precious metals now, and can get them at a reasonable premium, should continue to acquire. Just remember that they are a hedge, inflation is all but guaranteed, so they should always retain some position in your investments.
    I would never advocate putting all your eggs in one basket, though. Buying gold and silver while you are in debt is a bad idea. I consider my homestead my biggest investment, my stock portfolio and pension are another part, but my easily-negotiable tangibles and skills are key.

    1. Dollar weakness has been one important driver for gold, especially overseas. A weaker dollar allows citizens in Europe and Asia to buy gold more affordably.

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