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After a decade long bull market the BBC News 24 finally talked about gold in the business section oday. They said it had reached new highs of $1249 an ounce and then displayed the price in dollars in their little summary chart alongside the FTSE, DOW and currencies at the end. Looks like it'll be gold will be getting into the public conscience from here on in, that'll be when the real action starts and I'm already 40% up :ph34r:

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After a decade long bull market the BBC News 24 finally talked about gold in the business section today. They said it had reached new highs of $1249 an ounce and then displayed the price in dollars in their little summary chart alongside the FTSE, DOW and currencies at the end. Looks like it'll be gold will be getting into the public conscience from here on in, that'll be when the real action starts and I'm already 40% up :ph34r:

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After a decade long bull market the BBC News 24 finally talked about gold in the business section oday. They said it had reached new highs of $1249 an ounce and then displayed the price in dollars in their little summary chart alongside the FTSE, DOW and currencies at the end. Looks like it'll be gold will be getting into the public conscience from here on in, that'll be when the real action starts and I'm already 40% up :ph34r:

Have you been in a cave for the last 2-3years? It's barely been off the TV.

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Have you been in a cave for the last 2-3years? It's barely been off the TV.

yeah, but only if you've been watching A-Team repeats and daytime TV ads ;)

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Give us all your rubbish gold and we'll give you these lovely pieces of paper in return, hahahahahaha!!!! Suckers!!!

On the contrary, it's those suckers that are the ones with no real wealth to preserve or store that are swapping their bits of old gold for the last dregs of the consumerist party......obviously while they still can that is. dry.gif

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After a decade long bull market the BBC News 24 finally talked about gold in the business section oday. They said it had reached new highs of $1249 an ounce and then displayed the price in dollars in their little summary chart alongside the FTSE, DOW and currencies at the end. Looks like it'll be gold will be getting into the public conscience from here on in, that'll be when the real action starts and I'm already 40% up :ph34r:

What rubbish are you talking about, gold has been mentioned numerous times before, for example when it first hit 1000USD.

Such nonsense gold ramping threads should be moved to OT straightaway (and this is coming from a gold bull).

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After a decade long bull market the BBC News 24 finally talked about gold in the business section today. They said it had reached new highs of $1249 an ounce and then displayed the price in dollars in their little summary chart alongside the FTSE, DOW and currencies at the end. Looks like it'll be gold will be getting into the public conscience from here on in, that'll be when the real action starts and I'm already 40% up :ph34r:

Gold went up during the deflationary great depression.

My guess is we will have a deflationary period with gold going up.

(The opposite to 1981-1999 which was inflationary with falling gold price)

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