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Can Base Metals like Lead be Turned into Gold? Well! Actually YES

Can base metals such as lead actually be transmuted into gold? Surprisingly the answer is yes. Does this have any impact in the market price for gold? While gold can be created by artificial transmutation, precious metal owners have no need to fear. The price of precious metals has not and will not be affected by alchemy in the foreseeable future. Science still has a long way to go.

Physical Gold and Silver (Truth) will always prevail against Paper Futures (Lies)

In the battle being between physical gold and silver (Truth) & paper contracts (Lies), the indestructible PMs will always prevail & the time is nearing. Holders of physical gold and silver know, what is being “sold” is useless paper, not the real metal & as with QE-t0-infinity, bankers have pretty much run out of “fixes.” These are definite signs of the end game for PMs suppression.

The Minimum Price for Gold, Part 1

In the case of gold and silver, massive reinvestment (of profits) is required to find new bodies of ore to mine, to replace those which have been depleted through previous operations. Any long-term price for these metals which is below the full cost of production (plus necessary profit) is not sustainable, and thus below the “minimum price”.

Gold Drops Below Cash Cost, Approaches Marginal Production Costs

Not even Bernanke, Yellen, or all the paper Gold ETFs in the world will be able to do much to suppress gold prices from reaching their fair value when gold production hits a standstill, and when demands, especially by China, is still in the hundreds of tons each year.

Gold And The Four Words That Define Western Economic Policy

It makes sense to own gold because currencies are being printed to destruction; the long-term downtrend in paper money remains intact – The debt mountain cannot and will not resolve itself and there is a non-trivial chance of a gigantic financial system reset.

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