technovelist wrote:It's great to see so much gold bashing on a forum devoted to investment analysis! That means we aren't anywhere near being in a gold bubble.
Sam I Am wrote:At the current low interest rates, even though the stock returns might be lower, they (stocks) will still beat alternatives.
So, you believe that CD prices are probably in a 'Bubble' Also?
Jfet wrote:Soon being this month? Considering the market is already down 167 points today, 500 points isn't much of a stretch or premonition.
Investing is boring wrote:plnelson wrote: Gold hasn't changed its value. It's cars and houses and food and tickets to sports events (et cetera) that have changed their value.
I do believe we are approaching the start of the denial phase as the mania is fading and the damaged try to rationalize.
Hawkeye5 wrote:I keep a small percentage of my portfolio in physical metals, not as an investment, but as a store of value.
bsteiner wrote:The lawyer handling the estate should get you a number.
Cosmo wrote:Why wouldn't regular homeowners cover this?