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gold bug

leads to finding of Captain Kidd’s buried treasure. [Am. Lit.: Poe “The Gold Bug”]
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Although goldbugs appear to be metallic, they don't actually contain gold--so don't think you'll get rich collecting them
Precious metal mining ETFs have been ideal shorts in the past three years as Wall Street was splattered with the blood of battered goldbugs.
The report, titled "Return of the Goldbugs," identifies conditions contributing to gold's rise, anoints GATA Chairman Bill Murphy "king of the goldbugs," and lays out in some detail GATA's contention that the gold price is being suppressed by collusion between central banks and financial institutions.
The Goldbug deposit, with a reserve of 1,140,000 ounces, which is adjacent to Barrick's Rodeo deposit on Goldstrike;
1 million Goldbug deposit representing the largest addition.
During 1996, mineralized material not in reserves was added in Carlin's Turf, Goldbug and Pete deposits and in the Yanacocha Sur and Oeste deposits in Peru.
Stray far, Dan Hind warns, and 'you will find yourself in a wilderness of goldbugs and Bitcoin enthusiasts' (Hind, 2014).
As the statistics released by World Gold Council would show, goldbugs are beefing up their stocks of bars, coins and jewellery amid the price decline.
Kashefi, an assistant professor of microbiology and molecular genetics at MSU in East Landing, Michigan, has been working with these goldbugs and with an art professor at MSU--Paul Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia.
Those with gold deposits might strike a favourable deal since China wants more gold in its reserves; and goldbugs are abundant in China (see my article 'Animal Spirits' in Augusts' Angle on this species).
Ritter, Gretchen (1997), Goldbugs and greenbacks: the antimonopoly tradition and the politics of finance in America, New York: Cambridge University Press.
and prompted goldbugs to hit "publish" on their "Gold $2,500?