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Still wrong. It's because the ticket has a face value already printed on it and once your over the price by a large percentage, it's call PRICE GOUGING and that's the illegal part. I often use to think about why the government doesn't charge big time drug dealers with drug crimes while they would rather go after them f...more
I second the nom, but look at this in a different perspective. Ben is not printing money because he wants to help his cronies or to keep inflation down. No, the reason he's printing like there's no tomorrow is because if the house of cards collapses, so does his and his cronies wealth too. It's like I was once told as ...more
Or for that matter, anywhere in the communist state of California. Nothing but a bunch of democratic pansies that wants to make sure it's citizens have no right to do anything but pay taxes, taxes and more taxes.
@ Ekonoman: Your partly right. Gold is not the best thing to store for wealth, unless you bought it 15-20 years ago at almost nothing prices. Yet if you own a stock and it folds, (like some I've had in the past did) you own nothing but a tax write off. I noticed that your statement says, "perhaps" it might pay a divide...more
Or think about this: It takes roughly 3 ton of ore to produce 1 ounce of gold but roughly 10 ton of ore to produce 1 ounce of platinum. Thus an ounce of platinum is worth more than an ounce of gold. So, how many metric tons of platinum have been mined already? and how much is left? So when making a statistical fact on ...more