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Fiat Currencies from Around the World: An Interactive Quiz

Paper money was first used by the Chinese during the Tang Dynasty in 806 AD–500 years before Europe began printing money in the 17th century. It would be another 100 years before America started circulating a national paper currency.... How familiar are you with banknotes from around the world?

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Gold Tsunami: on the Cusp of $3,000+? (+8K Views)

Early this year we suggested a 50% rise in Gold to $1860 - $1,920 into mid-year. Now, we see the Gold tsunami realizing an approximate 100% rise that will crest at $3,000+ into the middle of 2012, drowning any doubters in its wake. Below are a number of factors that support that view. Words: 1250

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Why We Are Likely to See a DROP in Gold Prices

for the coming months, deflation is the bigger concern than inflation as China and the EU both experience slowing growth, and the inflation figures remain tame in both the US and Japan - [and that means we are likely to see a DROP in gold prices.] Words: 481

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Gold Bullion: The Best and Safest Investment on Earth

A survey of US hedge fund managers by London-based Moonraker Fund Management: 90 percent (20 of the 22) of the hedge fund managers surveyed admitted they had bought physical gold for personal investment. These sophisticated investors know something that the average investor doesn’t: that the global policy response to the financial crisis will not only devalue the world’s major currencies, it will decimate the US dollar. Words: 2233

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