If you want a bullish take on gold (GLD), Ron Paul has one for you. Asked why the yellow metal hasn't performed very well of late, he says "markets do these kind of things … they go up and then they take a rest," but "if you look at the record since the Fed has been in existence, we have about a two cent dollar" and based on "about six thousand years of history" the prognosis for commodity money is pretty good. "As long as we have excessive computerized money … we're going to see gold go up." How far, you ask? "If we're not careful, to infinity," Paul warns.