Yesterday afternoon, I sat and watched Goldfinger.
It's still a thrilling movie, with pace and great music.
It was made in 1964, and I guess the figures were correct at that time.
So it goes that the entire gold reserve of the United States was stored at
Fort Knox, Kentucky, and was worth $15 Billion. At $30 an ounce, that
was a huge amount of gold. At today's price of say $1600, it would be
worth $800 Billion! So, from this illustration, anyone can see gold has
not lost its value. It has always been a sound investment.
James Bond movies are fun.