Gold Or Treasuries: Horseman Capital Explains http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24338836.html Via Horseman Capital's Russell Clark,“The upshot of this is that gold looks better than treasuries. However, it should be pointed out that this does not mean gold is a buy. It only states that gold could do better than treasuries in these market conditions.”In December 2012, I wrote a market view outlining a potential bear case for gold (Gold – A Thought Piece). This note was making the point…
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Inflation calculator. I use this site all the time. Whenever a novel mentions a dollar amount for something we convert to today's value (e.g., Daisy Buchanan's pearl necklace was $300,000 in 1925 is worth $3,886,207 in 2012).
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