“If you think $10,000-an-ounce gold sounds crazy, you would have thought $2,000-an-ounce gold sounded crazy back in the ‘70s.”— Eric Sepanek, Scottsdale Bullion & Coin Founder & Senior Advisor
Awe, the good old days… when you could buy a single-family home in a nice neighborhood for $35,000. Or an ounce of gold for $35. What happened to that America?
Inflation. That’s what happened.
It’s why the same starter home purchased in the 1970s fetches nearly $1 million today. It’s why, by 1980, gold had become an asset exclusively for serious investors at $850 an ounce. And then again. In 2020. When it hit $2,000 an ounce.
And it’s why you could see $10,000-an-ounce gold.
That depends on several factors. See what they are now. Watch the video above.
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