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Lessons of the American Lost Decade Part 1: The gold bugs were right - Eric Janszen

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  • #46
    Re: Lessons of the American Lost Decade Part 1: The gold bugs were right - Eric Janszen

    Originally posted by metalman View Post
    truth... we like war. we shall have more if it.
    You could take it home. :rolleyes:

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    • #47
      Re: Lessons of the American Lost Decade Part 1: The gold bugs were right - Eric Janszen

      Originally posted by tacito View Post
      You could take it home. :rolleyes:
      uh, oh. didn't mean to hijack this thread. i'll go now to make an attractive lamp out of a real squirrel. why? because it's fun!

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      • #48
        Re: Lessons of the American Lost Decade Part 1: The gold bugs were right - Eric Janszen

        Originally posted by metalman View Post
        itulip was the first to warn about all of that. matter of fact... chances are you got the idea here 3 yrs ago but forgot... often given as the reason for a mere 30% position vs 100% like some folks here got.

        google search saves time & rehashing old debate. search & recall.
        Those risks are in any good finance textbook. They were there in the 80's I know for sure. itulip didn't invent the personal computer or air conditioning either, I'm pretty sure.

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        • #49
          Re: Lessons of the American Lost Decade Part 1: The gold bugs were right - Eric Janszen

          Originally posted by Bruno T View Post
          Those risks are in any good finance textbook. They were there in the 80's I know for sure. itulip didn't invent the personal computer or air conditioning either, I'm pretty sure.
          raja said... 'EJ's article points to the dangers of TIPS, but says nothing of the dangers of gold.'

          i said... no. warning about 'dangers of gold' since at least 2000 when i started reading the site... warned gov't tax the crap out of it.. 50%.

          why not 100% gold? that's why.

          find me warnings re 50% tax on gold as a reason not to own 100% gold... or similar to it... that predates 1999, pls. then you are right. thx.

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