If you missed the gold run in 2009, don't beat yourself up. Gold profits this year will blow last year's away.
Base metals rise 5 times more than gold, with little fanfare.
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Look at antiques, art, stocks and oil as a weapon against rising prices.
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Storage facilities are running out of room as demand for the metal rises. Some customers have been turned away.
Peak gold isn't nearly the force some might lead you to believe. That doesn't mean it isn't real, however.
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