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    On Dec 05 01:32 PM Ashmore wrote:

    > I live in Thailand and converted most of my cash into gold. Why?
    > If the banks fail here I will have zero. This is totally on the
    > cards. There would be a lot more casualties in the banking sector
    > if it was not for the aid the US goverment has given this sector.
    > As this recession deepens there is a possibility that a debt based
    > currency could collapse. Any sane person would convert to gold.
    > The safety of gold is a very big selling point. India has been waiting
    > for the price to come to where it is today and NOW they are going
    > to buy phsical gold at a hundred miles an hour. This will support
    > the 750 level. India gold demand however has nothing to do with
    > the price of eggs. A lot of phsical gold is now been bought behind
    > closed doors. The COMEX price is supported by 23 year old business
    > graduates making quick money and a scared US govenment. These guys
    > live in a bubble and have mastered the art of selling long and short.
    > This keeps the FED happy. The big boys (China, Russia, Sovereign
    > Wealth Funds) are in a buying mode. They buy direct and these purchases
    > go under the radar. The big boys are serious and there is a lot
    > at stake. Delivering a death blow to the COMEX is last on the agenda.
    > If the big boys pay betwween 700-850 for gold they are not worried
    > becuse when they hit the trigger it will be too late for those that
    > did not grasp the big picture. The bullion banks know this and that
    > is why they support an argument that gold with soar. They are the
    > insiders. There is a bigger game in play and as long as you have
    > journalists who have no idea and cant even manage their own household
    > debt it hides the truth. The gold price is not following classical
    > movements. This recession has changed the way the big boys look
    > at the USA and believe me they are not happy. The Chinese will not
    > tell you directly to your face of their intentions. They do not
    > like corruption or manipulated markets. The directors of these companies
    > on Wall street would all be sitting in Chinese jails awaiting exection
    > if they were Chinese citizens. UAE countries dont condone this behaviour
    > as well.
    Dec 20, 2008. 02:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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