The well known libertarian, gold enthusiast and Daily Reckoning contributor Ron Paul was interviewed yesterday to give his thoughts on recent gold price swings and gold’s relationship to the dollar.
Lehrman, a tireless advocate of the gold standard for the last four decades, cites the end of the Bretton Woods agreement, described by Lehrman as "the last vestige of monetary restraint" in 1971, as the beginning of runaway deficits in the U.S.
"Eventually, I will start buying again," Rogers said. "But I'm not selling my gold by any stretch of the imagination."
Keep an eye on that price. Now may not be the best time to rush back in.
This is “zero hour” — the day you can mark on a calendar when the price of real metal breaks away forever from the quoted price on CNBC’s ticker.
As I was compiling my notes earlier today, gold futures started to tumble.
If you’ve waited patiently for signs of an oversold bounce, you’re in luck.
Friday marked another banner day for the stock market. The S&P 500 is now up more than 13% so far in 2013…