Shared September 3, 2013
Economist Jerry Robinson of Follow the Money Daily (http://www.ftmdaily.com) answers the question, "Should I buy gold?" and "How much gold should I buy?" It really depends on what your goals are. If you want protection against inflation, gold can help accomplish that goal. If you have faith in the U.S. government to protect the dollar, then gold is probably not for you.
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