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Naturally, I agree with you about stocks, but I'm not even impressed by gold as a "store of value". I get the concept, but in real life, it's hard to tell gold from Beanie Babies.
If one bought gold at $2000/ounce at its peak, I don't think he would think gold was such a great store of value.
I'd rather have $20 invested in the stock market averages from just about any date you want to name up until the present. It would be a hands-down winner.
Gold was, is, and always will be a hedge against capital gains.