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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-13998238

A man who describes himself as 'a consumer' proclaims not to be interested. Could anyone but a Brit describe themselves as a consumer?

Unsurprisingly the only bloke who likes it is of Asian origin. Whenever I'm in ATS Bullion I only ever see Arabs and Asians buying and English and Eastern European people selling. The British sheeple have a long logical leap to make before gold even starts its launch into bubble territory. At this point they're content to move on to their next 'shopping experience'.

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Some of the comments lol bit one sided, I reckon they're trying to push people away from thinking about gold as a store of value.

Just looked over the video, brilliant, if Gold is in the bubble some claim then Joe Sixpack certainly isn't involved in it based on those reactions.

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Just looked over the video, brilliant, if Gold is in the bubble some claim then Joe Sixpack certainly isn't involved in it based on those reactions.

I just wonder if we will ever see buying of PMs in the UK on anything like the scale of the late 1970s. My own gut feeling is that the real buying action will be in the Eastern and BRIC countries.

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