Is Gold Too Expensive? Why Gold Prices Can Go MUCH Higher

If only I had a bar of 999.9 pure kinebar gold for every time I heard that gold was too expensive at $1000/ounce! Same thing for $1100… and $1200… and so on. The point is, one of the main objections people have had for buying gold over the past 10 months is that gold is “too expensive”.

What about you? Where you one of them? Would you like to turn back the clock? Probably yes, but you can’t – the best thing you can do is learn from it all and focus on the future.

Can the people who actually caused the financial crisis fix it? Does any elected official really care about doing so when the real answers require tough action? Does the Fed have any reason to care about you? Are the big bankers doing this all on purpose? Is there any hope at all that the national debt won’t cripple us all? Can the dollar escape collapse based on the fundamental mathematics of the economy as it is today?

You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to reread the last paragraph with complete fear that the answers to those questions are not pretty. We’ve said it once and will say it again: you need to protect yourself against inflation and the eventual collapse of the US dollar and economy by buying gold today at the KB Gold private global gold currency exchange.

And if you STILL think gold is too expensive, you need to read this article by Anthony Wile of the Daily Bell which explains in detail why gold prices could go much higher.

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