GOLD PRICE APPRECIATION BIAS – ALL INVESTMENTS NEED BALANCED ANALYSIS

GOLD PRICE APPRECIATION BIAS – ALL INVESTMENTS NEED BALANCED ANALYSIS.

15 thoughts on “GOLD PRICE APPRECIATION BIAS – ALL INVESTMENTS NEED BALANCED ANALYSIS

  1. Mike Aba

    The said guy has yet to raise red flags in my point of view but believe it
    or not some “stackers” are now attacking him for I guess, soiling their
    precious silver.. in their point of view.. or sounding too wallstreet-ty,
    the very people they hate hehe.

    I guess the date was based when an entire paradigm was changed (losing the
    gold standard in the 70s I assume).

  2. Kurt Mason

    go back to like 1850 to present and gold has gone up like 1.5% per year.
    not even keeping up with inflation. 

  3. AnotherDelusionalTruther

    5 thumbs down bro. There’s your proof that you are absolutely correct. Now
    if you were talking about Americas affinity to be biased towards the
    mainstream media instead of gold and silver biases.. You would have gotten
    30 thumbs up and 0 thumbs down. People in this community LOVE to point
    fingers but refuse to look in the mirror.

  4. TheRonDoe

    Fact and bias checking?? Screw that noise. That is dangerous.

    One can use gold @ anywhere in the early 70’s (A typical Schiff-tard
    comment) and compare it to SPX. Once you add in the whole return, IE
    re-investing dividends..there’s just no comparison to be made..

    lol.

    Sounds like you’re discussing something a Schiff-tard told you. Maybe the
    “King of Tard” himself, Schifty-Pete ???

  5. MrShortpants0

    In 1970 I believe gold was $35/oz. 5 years later it was $120/oz. So if you
    take gold’s price appreciation over the last 40 years it’s done poorly.
    Bullion dealers love to push the myth of how well gold has outperformed
    every other investment. Similarly coin dealers will say rare coins have
    outperformed other investments. Salesmen always have an agenda to get you
    to buy whatever they are selling you. 

  6. trainwreck1993

    Keep your 2 cents! I’m biased towards Gold and Silver and the governments
    are biased towards printing money ! 

  7. Silver NW

    I know of whom you’re referring to and which video, and while I agree that
    we should always check data ourselves, this person is by far the most
    balanced and informative of any other channel I’ve found as of yet on
    Youtube in this community. I would err on the side of ‘not on purpose’ for
    this one. I would also point out that the side-point of the video you’re
    citing was in favor of other factors, and not in favor of gold bullion
    alone, so the point of the video was made, irregardless. If you’re after
    more-informative ‘gold’ videos from this person, there are plenty more
    which go much more in-depth (and I highly recommend them).

  8. themicmac88

    Your a very wise man Buddy. I try to be very careful on how I talk with you
    as I very little Experience on investment like you. 

  9. Thomas Schehr

    good point ! I thought at this before beginning stacking… but now what I
    can say is that if we see back even $253$ per ounce like in 1999 I would
    buy 5 time more !!!! may be I’m mad but PM for me is the asset I want to
    keep… until…after death ^^
    If tomorrow the ounce is at 10 box I go all in even if God tells me it will
    only be worth 16 in 10years… Since my early years it always disturbed me
    giving my paper Francs to my parents to put them on a bank account…

    FreedomForceUSA , do you think we could see 250 again??

    A++

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