13 things Uncle Sam has stored for safekeeping
Check out the surprising items the government has stashed away at one point or another. Cheese, anyone?
147.3 million ounces x 1362.1 US Dollar is a
little more then $207 million, ain't it ?
if there's a series of bad harvests globally, we can't bloody well eat cash, can we?
147.3 million ounces Au @ $207 million. Let's see, that comes to $1.40 per ounce of gold.
Say, anytime you'd like to sell me some of your solid gold coins I'd be happy to give you double that amount!!
Having these reserves is a good idea.
In some cases, they remind me of that Egyptian pharaoh's dream about times to come.
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