Why Gold Has Been Money for Millennia.

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In this report, I cover the early market action from London on Thursday, December 5th, 2019. I look briefly at the precious metals, the stock market, the dollar, the bond market and the price of WTI and Brent crude oil.

Today I reference a book entitled "Dawn of Gold - The Real Story of Money" by Philip Barton. I will focus on why gold has been such a stable store of value for thousands of years and will continue to be so.

My conclusion for the day is that one would do well to read Mr Barton's book in order to understand the nature of gold and money and why the Central Bankers and Statists see gold as a threat to their phoney "fiat money".

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Dawn of Gold - The Real Story of Money by Philip Barton: https://timesofgold.com/product/dawn-...

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Thanks again, Maneco64. Bankers may hate Gold, but one could never convince me that Bankers don't have Gold stacked in their private vaults. Historically, I have heard that, out of the earth, Platinum is rarer to Gold (15 to 1), while Gold to Silver is (11 to 1). And Palladium to Platinum is a whopping 15 to 1.