Gold in the attic
In this month’s issue of News & Views, we do something a bit unusual. We celebrate USAGOLD’s 20th year on the World Wide Web by reprinting some of our more interesting and timeless short-form treasures from over the years. We think you will thoroughly enjoy this walk down memory lane. Newcomers, we hope, will find inspiration here and some very sound reasoning as to why gold should become a part of your long-term portfolio plan. The following is list of vignette titles in the retrospective. If you are new to USAGOLD and did not receive our latest newsletter issue by e-mail, we invite you to visit some time. . . . . . when you have a moment for quiet contemplation.
√ Gold in five easy lessons
√ Question: When is a billionaire not a billionaire?
Answer: When just about everyone else is a billionaire.
√ Yap stone money inflation
√ What it would take to make the dollar as good as gold
√ Computer software gone mad
√ The PhD standard and what to make of it
√ Nine lessons on investing your money
√ Approaching gold with the right attitude, Part 1
√ Approaching gold with the right attitude, Part 2
√ The ethics of interest rates
√ For gold owners, the inflation-deflation debate is purely academic
√ The seven ages of gold
√ Keynes would be buying gold hand over fist
√ A telephone call from an old client and friend