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Gold Tops U.S. $1600 For First Time In 7 Years

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Aie tis tops for us MD users, because of golds price gains over the years the average weekly weight needed to make our game an income source has steadily dropped, a good living, now say 2 0zs a week does it nicely, but for this old codger that earning necessity is no longer a priority just the luxury/privledge  of being out there "havin a go" is magic. Come on winter...………...

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Go Gold!

 

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Soon we all will be rich 🙂

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Always exciting when gold is on a run, and thanks for the heads-up Steve.

All the best,

Lanny

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Loving the aussie price! It's like every morning I wake up with a pay rise😃

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 I would like to present you all with a dissertation on global economics, the functions and purpose of central banks, fiat money creation, government monetary policy etc...... BUT

 

I'm going mining. 

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When will I ever find a place to look for gold with good weather? I hate winter and the cold goes to the bones anymore.

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