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Let’s Get Physical: Gold Bullion and Bitcoin

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Fri, 20 Dec 2013

Money printing by world central banks, it would seem, has propelled the prices of all things rare. The list includes fine art, vintage wines and antique sports cars. It is front page news that the flood of paper money has enhanced the quotation of almost any tangible asset perceived to be in scarce

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