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Gold Steady Ahead of Fed

Michael542 Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 1:07 PM
Not caring is a signifigant portion of the problems this nation faces. Most individuals I know that don't invest either don't have the money to invest or assume someone else will take care of them at taxpayer expense. (welfare) If you don't care why did you waste your time reading this article?

The German high court paved the way for Germany to bail out almost the entire European economy and the Federal Reserve starts a two day meeting in Denver, which has kept gold prices to stay on the high side of steady.

Gold is up $8.91 to $1,742.51 and silver up $0.28 to $33.79, for a silver/gold ratio of 51.5. 

Prices for gold and silver also got a boost from a resurgent euro after the German high court paved the way for the ECB to print almost unlimited euros in an effort to dig out...