Discussion in 'Markets & Economies' started by TreasureHunter, Dec 4, 2019.
I think it's illegal for them to leave china with any gold. Last I knew.
It sounds like he had a long night at a college party, yet he did that to himself.
It gives new meaning to the word dinglebullion.
Wow, really? Is that because of communism?
Not sure about that or why. I just read somewhere gold wasnt allowed to leave China. They want it kept there.
Maybe for a future confiscation that they know will be coming.
Wow, that sounds so typically COMMUNIST
he preferred to be poked by gold than by tax
but this is a better picture to it
Tusk is no fan of Trump.
its the language from one Donald to another in duck
RT on "Central Banks worldwide buying gold" - short article even a teenager could write on his personal blog; yet, it's interesting:
"Citing “fear-driven demand” for the precious metal, Goldman analysts said last week that investors should diversify their long-term bond holdings with gold.
“Going long-term depends on what is going to happen to global growth. The further out you go, the higher the probability that the US is going to hit a recession. We have $1,600 holding out through 2021,” Goldman Sachs analyst Mikhail Sprogis told Kitco News. Gold was trading at $1463.30 per ounce on Tuesday.
Sprogis said that central bank gold demand will be driven by demand from Russia, Turkey, China, and other countries, including Poland."
Kitco.com also quotes Goldman Sex, stating that gold will hit 1,600 $ (which I believe), but silver will stay around 18 $. Doesn't sound so optimistic for silver stackers:
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