Comment: Maybe they like

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Maybe they like

buying gold and silver, have knowledge about it, and are trying to spread it to as many other people as they can. If someone gives out nutrition advice, is there cognitive dissonance if they tell you that protein is good, and then try to sell you protein powder?

Most likely, they are selling gold and silver for dollars as a business, and using the profits to buy gold and silver for themselves. Or, I suppose there's a possibility that they are scam artists trying to sell people gold and silver so that they can invest in treasury bonds. Seems highly unlikely, though.

I really don't see what the problem is. If you're going to run a business, you pretty much have to transact in dollars. The fact that there's a radio show run by people who are trying to sell you gold and silver has nothing to do with whether or not gold and silver are good things to purchase.

That being said, I probably wouldn't buy gold or silver from some guys that I heard on the radio because its likely that their prices are going to be higher than other dealers.