1 Feb. 2017
Dear Subscribers, you ever wondered why Gold is so frequently mischaracterized? As I glance at the financial news networks, websites, investment firms advertisements and articles, I have noticed a recurring theme over the years on the depiction and or usage of Gold as a meme or banner for a blog/article/interview.
The featured image/meme was taken from: http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/01/news/economy/brexit-uk-income-inequality/index.html?iid=hp-grid-dom
I find it interesting and disingenuous that these sources use images of Gold to depict class warfare, wealth, inequality, finance, retirement, investing, savings etc. but when you read the contents of the article/blog there is never a mention of owning Precious Metals. Also, when these articles use the word money they always refer to currency. Furthermore, when a meme/banner displays currency for a blog/article they state that it is money. The misuse of these terms is a sophism. The long term consequences of these effects are very, very pernicious. Money must have 7 fundamental characteristics which are:
One of the primary reasons there is a wealth gap has to do with Financial IQ, and the lack thereof. Those that refuse to separate and make the distinction of money versus currency become part of the countless masses that have the best intentions and laborious endeavors but the results just don’t seem to come to fruition.
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