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Golden Markets

Golden Markets

Contributor since: 04 Mar 2012

Biography

In a World struck by crisis after crises we want to help people to see things more clearly. We want to help making the almost unintelligible look evident, especially since so few other seem to care, or even seem to benefit from obfuscating basic facts.

  • Warren Buffett vs. Real Cash

    Published 16 March 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Recently, the super investor Warren Buffett again expressed his opinion on gold. Here's his view from the 2011 Berkshire Hathaway annual report: "Today the world's…

  • Real Bills or 100% Reserves - A False Dichotomy?

    Published 04 March 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Many strong proponents of free banking argue that something else than 100% reserves behind emitted money will lead to unstable banks. The reason is that…