GOLD & sarcastic remarks against it :-

A recent interview on CNBC by Charlie Munger right hand of Mr Warren Buffet’s  has a little for everyone to love and hate (from Keynesian-doctrine to easy-living-Greeks and Bad-trading-robots), Buffett’s right-hand was particularly eloquent in his views on Einhorn’s distrust of the Fed and buying Gold: “gold is a great thing to sew onto your garments if you’re a Jewish family in Vienna in 1939 but civilized people don’t buy gold – they invest in productive businesses.”

He also quoted “I think gold is a great thing to sew in to your garments if you’re a Jewish family in Vienna in 1939 but I think Continue reading “GOLD & sarcastic remarks against it :-“

It was cotton a month before now GOLD

Within a span of month’s time the Indian government has fallen in to its own rifts, After causing a spike in cotton prices following the imposition of an export ban where I did the story for Cotton & India . The whole process lasted about 72 hours from beginning to end. Days after, desperate to fund ongoing budget shortfalls, the government shifted its attention to price controls in a market it knew China would absolutely not mind to having the price kept artificially low – gold.

When an announcement made by the government to impose to levy an excise duty on unbranded jewelry. The response was swift – a countrywide strike among India’s jewellers who all went dark, crippling demand from one of the traditionally strongest gold markets in the world. Continue reading “It was cotton a month before now GOLD”