-Possible Short Squeeze-
April 1, 2006
Over the past few days, gold
has been outperforming silver. Ever alert to opportunity, our
staff has been doing some deep research - sleuthing the corridors
of power, so to speak.
While there may be some scepticism
about auditing the gold in Fort Knox, there is a solid description
of the depository itself. The following is from an impeccable
material used included 16,000 cubic feet of granite, 4,200 cubic
yards of concrete, 750 tons of reinforcing steel, and 670 tons
of structural steel."
The problem that is only now
beginning to leak out is that radon (Rn) gas (which is radioactive)
in the Fort Knox basement has turned all the gold to lead.
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