By John Galt
July 13, 2011
I’ve known quite a few gold, silver, and coin dealers in my lifetime. I’ve met some of the best, talked to some brilliant souls, discussed the economy, inflation, precious metals, and history with individuals who astound me with their knowledge. Two gentlemen I can call friends in this world, Steve Quayle and Bobby from Just Measures, are outstanding precious metals salesmen yet sadly they pale in comparison to one man.
There is no doubt as to who wins the award in 2011:
To give one some idea of just how good a salesman he is, check out gold’s performance today, as he opened his piehole and spoke more and more, gold skyrocketed over $20 per ounce:
For this achievement, despite the dilution and destruction of the American way of life, our economy, our future, and that fiat funny Monopoly money known as the Federal Reserve Note, the precious metals dealers of America thank you for your efforts, your speaking ability, and incompetence. Those who have heeded the warnings shall prosper and to the rest who were naysayers of negativity and nonsense:
Go eat a carbon credit.