Why Gold

Gold is the only commodity produced for accumulation. Other commodities are produced for consumption. Take copper, for example, which is dispersed in wires, cables, electronics, and many other applications. Most of it is not readily retrievable. Gold, on the other hand, is not consumed but stockpiled. It is this tendency to horde Gold rather than consume it that makes it so valuable. Gold holds its value because it is not subject to the demands of political or economic problems that cause inflation.


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