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Paulson Having Trouble Finding Gold Fund Investors

10 February 2010 3 Comments

According to the WSJ, hedge fund extraordinaire Paulson is having trouble lining up investors for his anticipated “gold fund”.  After making a killing betting on a housing crash, you’d think maybe people would buy into Paulson’s macro-economic views and corresponding investments.

From my point of view, this should prove that gold is not a bubble or anywhere near a bubble.  There are still entirely too many investors not interested in investing in gold.  A bubble, on the other hand, would have everyone from your lawn man to your taxi driver buying gold.  Or, maybe we just throw around the term “bubble” far too often these days – we are having a bubble in usage of the term bubble.

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  • Credit Girl said:

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  • Kevin said:

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