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Gold Price Poll


Poll ... What will happen first?   

44 members have voted

  1. 1. Which do you think will occur first? Gold spot

    • £1399
    • £1600

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36 minutes ago, James32 said:

If the percentage of people choosing £1399 are doing any sales soon, please give me a chance coach "let me in the game"

No but I'd be happy to buy a tube of 1 Oz gold Brits for £1450 each before they are worth even less 😏

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I still think we are due a dip, if 'normal' recessionary behaviour applies anyway.  If the pound goes up against the dollar especially, or the dollar significantly weakens.

£1399 might be a push, but it would not surprise me, though the recessionary dip in gold is generally followed by a sharp rise as well, so if there is a dip it may be a temporary thing

But then, I am wrong a LOT of the time, so the wife tells me constantly

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1 hour ago, Orpster said:

I think gold is dipping hard in USD, sure I saw something about it being down $300

Well I've been thinking of buying and been keenly watching the rate. The other day I thought right, now, buy. I then had an unpleasant shock when I looked at Sov price in £'s. And didn't buy.

It appears one £5 note is now worth approximately 1 sheet of toilet paper. Glad I invested heavily in toilet paper, I might get to retire yet :D


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