In New Orleans, he was asked why central banks still own gold. His answer was encouraging if a little vague, "Gold has always been accepted without reference to any other guarantee." When asked where the price of gold was headed in the next five years he said "measurably” “higher."
Question: “Where will the price of gold be in 5 years?”
Question: “How much?”
He told the CFR that "gold is a good place to put money these days given it's value as a currency outside of the policies conducted by governments."
... ovviamente la speranza e' che, come sempre, l'argento ripeta grossomodo le mosse dell'oro sovraperformandole. E comunque non sarei neanche un po' sorpreso se i minimi minimi ce li facessero vedere per fine anno, cosi da DEMOLIRE quel po' di morale che resta a tanti metallari ;D