Comment: Look at hundred year charts for commodities.

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Look at hundred year charts for commodities.

An investment is something bought when undervalued and sold when over valued.

Storing fiat money whose supply has grown on average 7.6% per year for 100 years is sure to lose value.

In 1913 the silver Dollar was worth a Dollar Today it is worth $14.57 in 2013 Dollars.

In 1913 and ounce of Gold was worth $20 Dollars. Today it is worth $1182 in 2013 Dollars. Nearly 60 times what is was worth in 1913.

The Gold supply was outpaced by the dollar supply.

For One hundred years the Gold:Silver ratio has been
47±6 it now stands at 64.69

Pricing sound money with sound money produces unsound results created by an endless supply of fiat dollars.

The market tends to seek fair value. Do Fiat dollars expose fair value?

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