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Gold went to $1301.30 today all time record high good thing if you have a gold mine or a pile of nuggets :tisk-tisk:

This is one of thosse things that make me wonder...

Prices always go up...over time...so what defines a record ?

It will flucuate ut in time go up and up

Same as houses and land prices. Yes the price of some land and homes fell. But they wll continue to rise and go to new record heights .

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It hit the $1300 mark and will go back down a little after all the selling. I had some stuff bought at $240. Sent it in Mon. I'll use that to buy a beater 4x4. Then I'll find more gold and sell when it hits $2000. If I take the money out of savings my wife will be in line for her cut. A $3500 truck will cost me $7000. So Selling $3500 in gold I get $7000 as I saved the wife's cut. Casino AZ will be out that $3500. As you see it's not just the price of gold. There are other factors at work. For me gold is at $2600.

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It hit the $1300 mark and will go back down a little after all the selling. I had some stuff bought at $240. Sent it in Mon. I'll use that to buy a beater 4x4. Then I'll find more gold and sell when it hits $2000. If I take the money out of savings my wife will be in line for her cut. A $3500 truck will cost me $7000. So Selling $3500 in gold I get $7000 as I saved the wife's cut. Casino AZ will be out that $3500. As you see it's not just the price of gold. There are other factors at work. For me gold is at $2600.

Frank, Did you ever sell used cars? I have allways liked how you explane things.

Gold may be $1300 but diesel is $3. I wonder how it compares to how things were in the 1930's? It's still big money for pretty yellow rocks.

Bunk

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HERE YA GO BUDDY, ENJOY........

Money and Inflation 1930's

To provide an estimate of inflation we have given a guide to the value of $100 US Dollars for the first year in the decade to the equivalent in today's money

If you have $100 Converted from 1930 to 2005 it would be equivalent to $1204.42 today "If You Had 1 billion dollars then it would now be worth 12 billion dollars."

In 1930 average new house cost $7,145.00 and by 1939 was $3,800.00 More House Prices &

In 1930 the average income per year was $1,970.00 and by 1939 was $1,730.00

In 1930 a gallon of gas was 10 cents and by 1939 was 10 cents

In 1930 the average cost of new car was $640.00 and by 1939 was $700.00 More Cars and Car Prices

Food Prices Clothes Prices Electrical Prices Furniture Prices

A few more prices from the 30's and how much things cost

Firestone Tyre 1932 from $3.69

Single Vision Glasses 1938 $3.85

Complete Modern 10 piece bedroom Suite $79.85

Steak 1938 1LB 20 cents

New Emerson Bedroom Radio 1938 $9.95

History of Radio

Shaefer Pens 1933 from $3.35

Plymouth Roadking Car 1938 $685

Emmerson 5 tube bedroom radio $9.95

Howard Deluxe Quality silk lined hat $2.85

Chevrolet 1935 Master Deluxe

New Master De luxe Chevrolet with improved master blue flame engine, pressure steam oiling , cable brakes and shock proof steering $560

Example of a house FOR SALE

1934 Stucco Bungalow Oakland

California Festivals. 5 room stucco bungalow , breakfast room , separate garage, delightful location $3,750

AND FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE DEPRESSION YEARS IT TOOK THE STOCK MARKET 30 YEARS TO COME BACK TO THE LEVEL IT WAS .

AAAAAAHHHH THE GOOD OL DAYS.

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HERE YA GO BUDDY, ENJOY........

Money and Inflation 1930's

To provide an estimate of inflation we have given a guide to the value of $100 US Dollars for the first year in the decade to the equivalent in today's money

If you have $100 Converted from 1930 to 2005 it would be equivalent to $1204.42 today "If You Had 1 billion dollars then it would now be worth 12 billion dollars."

In 1930 average new house cost $7,145.00 and by 1939 was $3,800.00 More House Prices &

In 1930 the average income per year was $1,970.00 and by 1939 was $1,730.00

In 1930 a gallon of gas was 10 cents and by 1939 was 10 cents

In 1930 the average cost of new car was $640.00 and by 1939 was $700.00 More Cars and Car Prices

Food Prices Clothes Prices Electrical Prices Furniture Prices

A few more prices from the 30's and how much things cost

Firestone Tyre 1932 from $3.69

Single Vision Glasses 1938 $3.85

Complete Modern 10 piece bedroom Suite $79.85

Steak 1938 1LB 20 cents

New Emerson Bedroom Radio 1938 $9.95

History of Radio

Shaefer Pens 1933 from $3.35

Plymouth Roadking Car 1938 $685

Emmerson 5 tube bedroom radio $9.95

Howard Deluxe Quality silk lined hat $2.85

Chevrolet 1935 Master Deluxe

New Master De luxe Chevrolet with improved master blue flame engine, pressure steam oiling , cable brakes and shock proof steering $560

Example of a house FOR SALE

1934 Stucco Bungalow Oakland

California Festivals. 5 room stucco bungalow , breakfast room , separate garage, delightful location $3,750

AND FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE DEPRESSION YEARS IT TOOK THE STOCK MARKET 30 YEARS TO COME BACK TO THE LEVEL IT WAS .

AAAAAAHHHH THE GOOD OL DAYS.

So what was the price of gold in 1930 ?

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History of gold prices:

2010 $1,300

Gold Prices 2009 to 1980

2009 972.35 1999 $290.25 1989 $401.00

2008 $871.96 1998 $288.70 1988 $410.15

2007 $695.39 1997 $287.05 1987 $486.50

2006 $603.46 1996 $369.00 1986 $390.90

2005 $444.74 1995 $387.00 1985 $327.00

2004 $409.72 1994 $383.25 1984 $309.00

2003 $363.38 1993 $391.75 1983 $380.00

2002 $309.73 1992 $333.00 1982 $447.00

2001 $271.04 1991 $353.15 1981 $400.00

2000 $279.11 1990 $386.20 1980 $594.90

Gold Prices 1979 to 1950

1979 $459.00 1969 $41.00 1959 $45.25

1978 $208.10 1968

$43.50 1958 $35.25

1977 $161.10 1967

$35.50 1957 $35.25

1976 $133.77 1966

$35.40 1956 $35.20

1975 $139.29 1965

$35.50 1955 $35.15

1974 $183.77 1964

$35.35 1954 $35.25

1973 $106.48 1963

$35.25 1953 $35.50

1972 $63.84 1962

$35.35 1952 $38.70

1971 $44.60 1961 $35.50 1951 $40.00

1970 $38.90 1960 $36.50 1950 $40.25

Gold Prices 1949 to 1920

1949 $40.50 1939 $35.00 1929 $20.67

1948 $42.00 1938 $35.00 1928 $20.67

1947 $43.00 1937 $35.00 1927 $20.67

1946 $38.25 1936 $35.00 1926 $20.67

1945 $37.25 1935 $35.00 1925 $20.67

1944 $36.25 1934 $35.00 1924 $20.67

1943 $36.50 1933 $32.32 1923 $20.67

1942 $35.50 1932 $20.67 1922 $20.67

1941 $35.50 1931 $20.67 1921 $20.67

1940 $34.50 1930 $20.67 1920 $20.67

Gold Prices 1919 to 1890

1919 $20.67 1909 $20.67 1899 $20.67

1918 $20.67 1908 $20.67 1898 $20.67

1917 $20.67 1907 $20.67 1897 $20.67

1916 $20.67 1906 $20.67 1896 $20.67

1915 $20.67 1905 $20.67 1895 $20.67

1914 $20.67 1904 $20.67 1894 $20.67

1913 $20.67 1903 $20.67 1893 $20.67

1912 $20.67 1902 $20.67 1892 $20.67

1911 $20.67 1901 $20.67 1891 $20.67

1910 $20.67 1900 $20.67 1890 $20.67

Gold Prices 1889 to 1860

1889 $20.67 1879 $20.67 1869 $25.11

1888 $20.67 1878 $20.69 1868 $27.95

1887 $20.67 1877 $21.25 1867 $27.86

1886 $20.67 1876 $22.30 1866 $28.26

1885 $20.67 1875 $23.54 1865 $30.22

1884 $20.67 1874 $23.09 1864 $47.02

1883 $20.67 1873 $22.74 1863 $31.23

1882 $20.67 1872 $23.19 1862 $27.35

1881 $20.67 1871 $22.59 1861 $20.67

1880 $20.67 1870 $22.88 1860 $20.67

Gold Prices 1859 to 1830

1859 $20.67 1849 $20.67 1839 $20.73

1858 $20.67 1848 $20.67 1838 $20.73

1857 $20.71 1847 $20.67 1837 $21.60

1856 $20.67 1846 $20.67 1836 $20.69

1855 $20.67 1845 $20.67 1835 $20.69

1854 $20.67 1844 $20.67 1834 $20.69

1853 $20.67 1943 $20.67 1833 $19.39

1852 $20.67 1842 $20.69 1832 $19.39

1851 $20.67 1841 $20.67 1831 $19.39

1850 $20.67 1840 $20.73 1830 $19.39

Gold Prices 1829 to 1800

1829 $19.39 1819 $19.39 1809 $19.39

1828 $19.39 1818 $19.39 1808 $19.39

1827 $19.39 1817 $19.39 1807 $19.39

1826 $19.39 1816 $19.84 1806 $19.39

1825 $19.39 1815 $22.16 1805 $19.39

1824 $19.39 1814 $21.79 1804 $19.39

1823 $19.39 1813 $19.39 1803 $19.39

1822 $19.39 1812 $19.39 1802 $19.39

1821 $19.39 1811 $19.39 1801 $19.39

1820 $19.39 1810 $19.39 1800 $19.39

Gold Prices 1799 to 1793

1799 $19.39

1798 $19.39

1797 $19.39

1796 $19.39

1795 $19.39

1794 $19.39

1793 $19.39

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This cracks me up! Like the Minimum Wage, As it goes up you loose buying power from all ends. Say you was making $12.00 a hour and they jump the minimum to $9.00, you don't get a raise to Commiserate the difference, You just was dumped on and took a loss of funds.

If the wage goes up, you need to charge more for the goods you produce to meet that cost.

It's all a Scam.

I remember Gas at 15 Cents and I had a job paying $1.40 a hour. I was better off back then.

A loaf of bread was something like 10 cents. Now you have to pay $2.00 for anything edible?

The Dollar is Diving and No one seems to realize it.

If you have ANY GOLD, I would hold it until the show is over.

Just like Rome, the politicians have gone Ramp id and killed our country.

History Does Repeat it's self!

Check this out! It's True, Every Word of IT!

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:thumbsupanim I always keep a few pounds in the SDbox to compensate for the lousy dollar and if inflation is your dread the rates for I Bonds will be reset(inflation indexed and tax free till cashed) and should be interesting to see whatzup?? Base rate + inflation indexed. When CDs down Bonds up and flip/flop is mandated but since 96 I've averaged over 4.7% on my Is(as of thursday) and that ain't bad. BUT nuttn' beats visitn' the box and fondeling my insurance policies,reading labels and remembering good times,good folks and PARTYING like a mad dog-tons a au 2 u 2 -John :WOW:
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:thumbsupanim I always keep a few pounds in the SDbox to compensate for the lousy dollar and if inflation is your dread the rates for I Bonds will be reset(inflation indexed and tax free till cashed) and should be interesting to see whatzup?? Base rate + inflation indexed. When CDs down Bonds up and flip/flop is mandated but since 96 I've averaged over 4.7% on my Is(as of thursday) and that ain't bad. BUT nuttn' beats visitn' the box and fondeling my insurance policies,reading labels and remembering good times,good folks and PARTYING like a mad dog-tons a au 2 u 2 -John :WOW:

Hoser I have heard you talk about your Ex wives how did you keep them from fondeling whats in your safe deposit box :inocent:

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:*&$*(: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX as in no mo' and they already got the gold,I got the kids ,and thats what really matters in the longrun. Gold as a insurance policy against inflation,stagnation,and our current DEPRESSION has proved out to be a extremely safe bet in the longrun. BUT all found and not bought so I know through inflation indexed numbers what it cost,most expensive was around $280 including $25 a hour labor. Since run as a biz for many MANY years aged tax forms provide the info and mark all containers with info to sell in emergency only and only keep the gold bigger than a gram for max income with a + to spot prices. I still have found gold from the 50's found in Bagby so you could say yes I DO coveth them righteous pieces of my lifes history :ROFL: -tons a au 2 u 2 -John

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