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Brien Lundin: Everything revolves around gold
Priced in gold, stocks are now lower than they were in the 1960s.
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By Brien Lundin
Gold Newsletter, Metairie, Louisiana
Monday, April 19, 2021
When I give presentations to “newbie” gold investors, I lead off with a simple question:
What is an ounce of gold worth today?
The answer: An ounce of gold.
I follow that up by noting that the dollar, on the other hand, is currently worth about 1/1,750th of an ounce of gold.
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Production Due Soon from VanGold Mining
in Silver and Gold District in Central Mexico
James Anderson, chairman and CEO of VanGold Mining (VGLD.V; VGLDF; vangoldmining.com), joins Austin and Andrew O'Donnell of Stock Talk / Supercharged Stocks to discuss the company's imminent production at its silver and gold properties in a historic mining district in central Mexico.
VanGold Mining recently acquired the El Cubo mine and mill from Endeavor Silver, where mining has been underway for 500 years and where three Canadian mining companies are already active, along with silver behemoth Fresnillo PLC.
Anderson's interview is 28 minutes long and can be viewed at YouTube here:
See the difference? As the natural, immutable standard of value -- the ultimate money -- gold doesn't fluctuate in value. Everything else fluctuates against it.
Like Copernicus' discovery that the Earth revolves around the sun, once you adopt this gold-centered view of the financial universe it changes everything.
It's a lesson that even many long-established gold investors need to learn. Because once you have a deep understanding that all values are relative, and relative to gold, you no longer worry about the daily fluctuations in the “price” of the yellow metal.
Instead, you see the prices of everything else fluctuating.
It's actually quite revealing, and even liberating, to look at the world through the lens of gold -- because it's an entirely new world. ...
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