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Gordon Brown sold half of the nations gold at $275 per ounce, It's called "Brown Bottom" and is not pleasant. He wanted the cash and it's now cost us over £2 billion.

Gold prices are going up because people are losing faith in money CURRENCY.

Corrected for you.

Gold/Silver = MONEY!

Maybe his BS $1373 call was for silver :lol:

Harry Monk = the new RB BSer

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silver $29 JP Morgan, HSBC, must be getting slaughtered with their shorts in metals

I have been seeing this a lot.

How do you know that they are net short metals?

Could they be long in OTC derivates and less short on the exchanges leaving them slightly net long?

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Gordon Brown sold half of the nations gold at $275 per ounce, It's called "Brown Bottom" and is not pleasant. He wanted the cash and it's now cost us over £2 billion.

Gold prices are going up because people are losing faith in money.

Oh he's cost us MUCH more than that. The kind of tw4t who sells the family 'silver' is the same kind of tw4t who will max out on credit cards.

I'm sure he once described himself as 'prudent' ........... what a **** he was / is.

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Had no idea this thread would be such a hit. Nice one guys, we are growing stronger, feel the force!!! :ph34r:

LOL, being a GoldBug has a Jedi type quality to it, you have such smug power over the paper monkeys (even though they were warned) that they go all sour grapes at the mention of it :P Quick! hide the thread in the dungeons, we wont have discussion of real money, only houses priced in a certain brand of fiat....Whatever....

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LOL, being a GoldBug has a Jedi type quality to it, you have such smug power over the paper monkeys (even though they were warned) that they go all sour grapes at the mention of it :P Quick! hide the thread in the dungeons, we wont have discussion of real money, only houses priced in a certain brand of fiat....Whatever....

Too true, we are the ugly truth they want to lock away in the HPC cellar and keep secret from the world :lol::lol::lol:

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Gordon Brown sold half of the nations gold at $275 per ounce, It's called "Brown Bottom" and is not pleasant. He wanted the cash and it's now cost us over £2 billion.

Gold prices are going up because people are losing faith in money.

actually he sold 400t and he announced that he was going to a week before the sale thus ensuring the price was as low as possible. Not sure that he had a choice though, one of the large yank banks ;) was massively short gold at the time and things were not looking good for them. He is still a massive tw@t though.

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actually he sold 400t and he announced that he was going to a week before the sale thus ensuring the price was as low as possible. Not sure that he had a choice though, one of the large yank banks ;) was massively short gold at the time and things were not looking good for them. He is still a massive tw@t though.

No doubt GB will get a knighthood or Lordship for his services.

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