Forget Gold, This Chart Reveals the Most Precious (and Profitable) Commodity

Comments (3)

  1. Gold Rate says:

    This is a really cool comparison. It’s funny how some things can inflate. That’s why I tell people if you are worried about inflation, buy things you need that you can use down the road as long as they aren’t perishable. That way you won’t loose money.

    My only thing with the chart is that people always pick 1980 as a starting point to compare gold price increases. That was the year gold went parabolic with a huge rise in price over a very short span of time. Pick 1979 or 1981 and gold would be up ~500%


  2. Sam Freedom says:

    Thanks for an interesting topic. I appreciate outside the box stuff. It’ll be interesting to see what else you come up with. The gun vs gold article was definitely worthy as a beginning point but could have pointed to more in depth analysis because Smith & Wesson has some serious problems ahead and RGR seems too pumped up to be natural.

    Thanks again,


  3. aol hack says:

    Very great post. I simply stumbled upon your weblog and wished to say that I’ve really enjoyed browsing your weblog posts. In any case I will be subscribing to your rss feed and I’m hoping you write again very soon!


Add Comment