Nov 4, 2015
Gold Should Not Be Compared To Stocks
Gold should not be compared to stocks as an investment. Gold is money and it should be compared to fiat currencies. Your savings should be in gold and not in fiat currencies like the U.S. Dollar, the Japanese Yen or the British Pound, says Peter Schiff.
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