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    Get the full story on this asset class before you write it off as too risky.
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    The biggest holders of gold account for 30,500 of the world's estimated 160,000 tonnes.
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    Think the value of gold is unshakable? Read this chronicle of its rise and fall. ...
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    As proponent of free market capitalism, this economist changed the way the world's ...
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