– JP Morgan on December 18, 1912 in testimony to Congress
Crush The Street’s Kenneth Ameduri invited to discuss why I believe the current stock market is the most overvalued in history. We also chatted about the movement by western Governments to a digital currency system and, of course, the precious metals market. It’s my view that the pullback in the precious metals sector that began in late July was over by the end of December. I also believe that there’s good probability that the next move in the sector will be more powerful than the 2016 move.
You can listen to our conversation here:
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Actually he said it the other way around, which in my opinion makes the case for gold even stronger: “Money is gold, and nothing else.”
https://memory.loc.gov/service/gdc/scd0001/2006/20060517001te/20060517001te.pdf (page 5)
It’s a big difference, when you think about it …
Glad to see someone else knows this fact.
3:05 AM (4 hours ago)
Hi Dave. I came, he saw, it died? Thanks Dave!
Lucky is he who know’s gold’s money.
More golden than all the world’s honey,
The compass for every Silk Road.
The Ace up his computer node,
For he gets the very last funny!t at a comment on your blog today. The message