Lots of great reading out there this week. We love it when we come across thought-provoking, well written interpretations of the financial world. I didn't want to lose the links, so I've written them here ...
1. The Turd Speaks - great observations on the current state of things, peeling back the covers of the financial matrix and hitting a home run in the process.
2. The Many Values Of Gold - by Victor the Cleaner - nice summary of the role of gold including some sections on Freegold.
3. "Warren Buffett: Why stocks beat gold and bonds" - my namesake lets everyone know he doesn't like gold and trys to slip as many tulip bubble suggestions into his narrative, with some sage advice on why productive assets trump inactive ones (in normal business environments this is true).
4. (Via Zero Hedge): visual representation of debt (by 'demonocracy.info'): I simply love visuals like this.