Put them on the National Economic Council

BBC reports :

Four years ago, fearful of a property crash, David and Maureen Somers sold their house and bought gold… Mr Somers and his wife Maureen claim it would be “vulgar” to say how much they invested in gold. However, he does say they sold their three-bedroom, detached house in Poole for a significant profit, and the couple have since almost doubled their money again in gold.

“Over thousands of years gold has never reached zero. The price is a risk, but at the end of the day I will still have the same amount of gold,” he says.

“There are people who probably hold bank shares that would have been seen as conservative investments and you could question what they are going to be left with.”

Gold-bugs, not so crazy now, eh?




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