gold bug

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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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Later in the book, Brunton tries to figure out why the gold bugs at the libertarian gathering PorcFest are attracted to bitcoin, "since much of the contempt for [fiat bank notes] began with the idea that nothing backed them but promises." He appears to have forgotten how he himself described proof of work; his puzzlement implies that bitcoin, like fiat currencies, is backed by nothing.
Gold bugs and those trying to get out of it in profit are likely to have another wretched week but the general air of confidence could stabilise oil and other raw materials prices.
Gold bugs continue to be thwarted by the Goldilocks situation in the US - not too hot, nor too cold.
No doubt the gold bugs will point to the fact that third-quarter demand, at 1,084.6 tons, was up from the second quarter's 982.2 tons and was the first quarterly gain in a year.
No doubt the gold bugs will point to the fact that third-quarter demand, at 1,084.6 tonnes, was up from the second quarter's 982.2 tonnes and was the first quarterly gain in a year.
To the modern-day Gold Bugs, though, the Federal Reserve is the gravest threat to the nation's economic health.
Opinion remains divided on where the yellow metal is headed next: gold bugs say that with the world (or at least the EU) going to hell in a hand basket- the legendary 'safe haven' metal is just taking a breather before its next incline.
This is the song of the "gold bugs" -- the fervent fans of the precious metal who have clung to its investment value for three generations and now glow in the reflected lustre of a record price approaching $2,000 for just one ounce.
This is the song of the "gold bugs" - the fervent fans of the precious metal who have clung to its investment value for three generations and now glow in the reflected luster of a record price approaching $2,000 for just one ounce.
Gold also continues to climb, albeit with occasional dips, thereby delighting gold bugs everywhere.
Joseph's critique does overlap with the arguments offered by gold bugs, and if you download the study guide he offers online you'll find them among the rainbow coalition of sources that he cites: libertarians, leftists, Birchers, even a cameo by Lyndon LaRouche.