I agree...poor taste...and that is from me...who often pushes/transgresses bounds of decency lol
Please cruel back under whatever rock you came from...a silence is far better than your unconvincing sympathy.
My deepest sympathy, lads.
This has taken an awful shellacking! Reminds me of that song "a pub with no beer"! Lol
I agree with Jolly's comments. I always do ! Secondly many people mention demand from China and India for gold. However they FORGET that many countries around the world have sold gold and reduced their reserves because they needed to raise money due to their financial positions ! This may have offset or more than compensated for the buying from China and India, which I understand has slowed ! My view is gold's going down to 1,100 dollars over the coming months. One technical analyst on CNBC said if 1,100 breaks, then their is a chance it may go down to 1,000; Something about graph, head and shoulders, neck line or something ! ng down to 1,100 AT LEAST over the coming month's;
history suggests gold is rotten LT investment (look at real term 50 year POG charts and weep) ...gold is great investment play at times (early 70s; mid first decade of 2000s to 2011)...and in particular when opportunity costs low/financial repression high.. ...and this "golden period" depends on mojo (POG goes up because speculators expect it to imv) ...hasn't momentum departed...leaving POG naked?? ...no advice intended ...but you did ask 4 thoughts lol
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