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Originally posted by johnny2127
The ETF's this person above mentions aren't bad but they won't track the metals themselves 100%. Not bad options, but they are not up near what actual gold is, nor will they ever be.
Originally posted by OBE1
Another fund I should throw-out there for consideration is Eric Sprott's new Sprott Gold Bullion Fund.
Originally posted by SoulOrb
I like this idea of all Gold Bullion. Especially if the Anunnaki come back and decide they want to take gold with them. :-) Here is hoping. LOL
One day while showing rich dad pictures of my travels, I began to realize something I had not noticed before. While showing rich dad pictures of ancient mines in China, Vietnam, and in South America, I realized that the mines looked exactly the same. It did not make any difference if one mine was in China or one in Peru. The picture was virtually the same. It was dawning on me that humans have been burrowing little holes in the ground in search of gold for thousands of years in very remote parts of the world. Without any outside communication, humans instinctively have been drawn to gold. Humans have sought it, valued it, and almost worshiped it. No one got on the phone and told them to look for it. No one told them it was valuable. No one told them to treasure it. For thousands of years, humans have instinctively known that gold was special. Looking at my colored photos, I began to sense that there was more to human’s fascination with gold than I had been aware of.....
“So what is puzzling you about those pictures?” he asked.
I thought for a while before replying. “My pictures come from very remote parts of the world. Yet the pictures look the same. These mines, these tiny holes in the ground are thousands of years old.” I said slowly. “This means that human beings have been searching for gold without anyone telling them that it was a precious metal. All over the world, humans have dug for gold.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
All I gots is silver brother..