What topics would you like us to cover in our next Research piece?

Em13Em13 Bronze ✭✭✭Posts: 31 Bronze ✭✭✭
We've gathered thought leaders from the precious metals, commodities, finance, science and history industries to build comprehensive, high-value research. What topics would you like to see us cover?

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  • golden_grgolden_gr Bronze ✭✭✭ Posts: 664 Bronze ✭✭✭
    All of above!
    ;-)
  • BlueJaysBlueJays Bronze ✭✭✭ Posts: 82 Bronze ✭✭✭
    edited December 2015
    I would love if your all-star thought leaders covered anthropology, in particular an in depth look of "Gold and Income Inequality"


  • KimKim Bronze ✭✭✭ Posts: 636 Bronze ✭✭✭
    A couple of things come to mind:
    1. The usual forecasting of commodities.
    2. How Bitgold can sustain beyond this time and place as the pioneer in this space, especially when serious competitors start cropping up.
  • rohanibuang61rohanibuang61 Gold ✭✭✭✭✭ Posts: 2,379 Gold ✭✭✭✭✭
    Hi @Em13, love if forward gold weekly and monthly forecast is good so that can prepare to buy and saving more gold with BitGold
  • ElectrumElectrum Copper ✭✭ Posts: 43 Copper ✭✭
    golderoo said:

    I have been reading "antifragile" by Nassim Taleb.

    The gist is that certain things have the property of getting stronger with shocks (as opposed to merely being robust).

    His ideas are good, but he lets his personal biases get in the way sometimes:

    For instance - farmland is antifragile but gold is not.

    “Central banks own gold,” he notes, as if that is a self-evident indictment. And: “Something that doubles [in value] in no time can’t be a real store of value.”

    What do you say - is gold antifragile? Should it be part of a "barbell" strategy?

    One of the best books ever written!
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