Several 2008 high profile bankruptxies (such as Lehman Brothers) and near-bankruptcies (Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch) caused a large decline in stocks. Lear Capital advertised gold investing with the line: “It’s never been worth zero!”
An old saying about fiat (paper) money is “All currencies eventually go to zero.”
It’s Never Been Worth ZERO!
and It Beat Stocks by 500%
Everything Still Turns to Gold
Brian Doherty | February 25, 2008, 10:45am
The Wine Commonsewer | February 25, 2008, 1:07pm
Sage, I hope I’m right as well. If I’m wrong most of us are going to be in a world of hurt, which puts us all on a pretty much even footing. However, if gold retains some value, those who have it are going to be able to buy some mighty fine weaponry to keep the masses at bay.
PLUS, like the man on the radio said: GOLD HAS NEVER BEEN WORTH ZERO.
Friday, May 2, 2008
Buy gold, cause it’s “never been worth zero”!
The dumbest reason to buy something I ever heard.
I have been listening to a commercial on radio here in the US a few times, advocating buying gold.
The main argument in the ad for gold being a good investment was that gold has never been worth zero ...
... off to the dealer to buy some
10-16-2008, 04:57 PM
Re: Gold Party - Bring old gold - get CASH
Gold is better than cash. Hang on to your gold. One day cash won’t be worth the paper it’s printed on. Look at what is going on with the economy and the markets.
Remember, gold has never been worth zero...on the other hand, cash is only worth that which backs it up, which at this time is paper.
Golden Year-End Blessings
By Patrick A. Heller, Market Update
December 22, 2008
One more thing to consider - gold has never been worth zero. There are a lot of stock, bond and other paper asset holders in 2008 who ended up holding a worthless asset. Others lost some or all of their investments as a result of large-scale frauds.
If you had physical gold in your possession, you own some financial protection. For the physical gold that you owned in 2008, you didn’t have to worry about bankruptcies, fraud, or government regulatory incompetence or malfeasance.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
The Gold Market
I’ve been seeing a lot of commercials for gold, as an investment lately. They’re really stupid. “Gold is worth so much money, it’ll probably go up even more! Buy some, it has never been worth zero!”
Okay, what they’re saying is technically true. Gold’s price has climbed to over $800/oz due to psychotic libertarians and republicans buying the crap out of it to outmaneuver what they see as the imminent collapse of the federal banking system. If I believed them, this would be one of the less stupid currency exchanges to go for.
“It’s never been worth zero”...
Am I the only one who gets annoyed by those commercials that advertise buying gold using this in their pitch?
“It’s never been worth zero.”
I get it, but doesn’t it seem like it could have been worded better?
I don’t even know why I care but it drives me insane when I hear it.
Word Mark IT’S NEVER BEEN WORTH ZERO
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New York City • Banking/Finance/Insurance • (1) Comments • Monday, June 15, 2009 • Permalink
Am I the only one that loves those commercials? I think it’s a great line and really puts out a simple yet relevant point. It has never been worth zero and to this day I buy as many gold coins as I possibly can.