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We get excited about gold yet we've missed the bus long ago on rhodium:

http://www.kitco.com/charts/rhodium.html

Don't it make you weep to miss a bull like that?

Crying? Try molybdenum:

http://www.financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/2005/0929b.html

How do we miss this kind of thing?

It's probably too late to get anything out of these metals now - and molybdenum is only traded as the pgysical thing so you'll need a pick-up to get into the market. But there's a blooming great fortune to be made in these precious and semi-precious metals if you can get inside the arcana of their markets.

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It's probably too late to get anything out of these metals now - and molybdenum is only traded as the pgysical thing so you'll need a pick-up to get into the market. But there's a blooming great fortune to be made in these precious and semi-precious metals if you can get inside the arcana of their markets.

A few years ago I attended an extremely interesting presentation on fusion plants. I don't remember the name of the guy who gave the talk but, in essence, it seemed that vanadium was likely to become an important component in the insulating material of fusion plants. It seemed to add very important insulation properties and seemed to have better longevity properties than other materials.

This is all still in the future, and, if I remember correctly, the guy seemed to think 50 or 100 years ahead. Nonetheless, at the time I started thinking about investing in vanadium but subsequently forgot about it, as I didn't know how to go about it.

Talking about long-term planning... :lol:

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It's inflation. Every commodity has gone up a lot since 2000.

Gold and silver are lagging because they are manipulated by central banks. The scheme is showing signs of stress and some central banks (Russia, China, Argentina for example) have now become gold buyers.

The soaring physical gold demand will soon become unsustainable for the manipulators and the price will catch up with real inflation.

It's going to be stagflation, worse than in the 1970s.

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