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Old 01-17-2018, 12:57 PM   #148
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Originally Posted by anderson View Post
What are "all the required properties of money"?
Baron might be right about this, though he'd have the properties reversed. There is nothing inherently valuable about gold but, seeing as we're mere partially civilized apes, there appears to be something inherent to humans that finds value in shiny rocks.

Of course, this says nothing about what the value of gold is at any point in time, it just means that, even in a disaster scenario where gold becomes worthless, it will likely become valued again at some future point.
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