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"Silver is of less value than gold, gold than virtue." - Horace

"Knowledge is of more value than gold" - Solomon

"Gold is the corpse of value..." - Neal Stephenson

"The superiority of the gold standard consists in the fact that the value of gold develops independent of political actions." - Ludwig Von Mises

"The physical manifestation of gold is nothing more than the physical manifestation of value itself." - Bernard von NotHaus

"The alchemists in their search for gold discovered many other things of greater value." - Arthur Schopenhauer

"You can't look at the intrinsic value of gold as you can a business. Gold doesn't give you cash flow, and, at the end of the day, cash flow is what is important. Gold doesn't give you dividends." - Michael Leechin

"You can't look at the intrinsic value of gold as you can a business. Gold doesn't give you cash flow, and, at the end of the day, cash flow is what is important. Gold doesn't give you dividends." - Michael Lee-Chin

"The very beating of your heart has meaning and purpose. Your actions have value far greater than silver or gold." - Andy Andrews

"If time be a ring of gold, opportunity is the rich diamond that gives it both its value and glory." - John Flavel

"The time will come that gold will hold no comparison in value to a bushel of wheat." - Brigham Young

"Nothing of great value in this life comes easily. The things of highest value sometimes come hard. The gold that has the greatest value lies deepest in the earth, as do the diamonds." - Norman Vincent Peale

"Gold has intrinsic value. The problem with the dollar is it has no intrinsic value. And if the Federal Reserve is going to spend trillions of them to buy up all these bad mortgages and all other kinds of bad debt, the dollar is going to lose all of its value. Gold will store its value, and you'll always be able to buy more food with your gold." - Peter Schiff

"Gold is a commodity; over the long run, as we look back, it has not been a good investment. You can't look at the intrinsic value of gold as you can a business. Gold doesn't give you cash flow, and, at the end of the day, cash flow is what is important. Gold doesn't give you dividends." - Michael Leechin

"The little and short sayings of nice And excellent men are of great value, like the dust of gold, or the least sparks of diamonds." - John Tillotson

"If you want an alternative currency, check out gold. It has stood the test of thousands of years as a store of value and medium of exchange." - Paul Singer

"Tears have the value of gold on the scales of the human heart' and the weights do not ask whether it is found or stolen gold, or whether you had to sweat in the digging." - Ferenc Molnar

"Gold is unique because it has the age-old aspect of being viewed as a store of value. Nevertheless, it's still a commodity and has no tangible value, and so I would say that gold is a speculation. But because of my fear about the potential debasing of paper money and about paper money not being a store of value, I want some exposure to gold." - Seth Klarman

"Gold is unique because it has the age-old aspect of being viewed as a store of value. Nevertheless, it's still a commodity and has no tangible value, and so I would say that gold is a speculation. But because of my fear about the potential debasing of paper money and about paper money not being a store of value, I want some exposure to gold." - Seth Klarman

"Virtue and learning, like gold, have their intrinsic value: but if they are not polished, they certainly lose a great deal of their luster: and even polished brass will pass upon more people than rough gold." - Lord Chesterfield

"The wild mustard in Southern California is like that spoken of in the New Testament. . . . Its gold is as distinct a value to the eye as the nugget gold is in the pocket." - Helen Hunt Jackson

"It was important that people come to value light as we value gold, silver, paintings, objects." - James Turrell

"Kisses are like grains of gold or silver found upon the ground, of no value themselves, but precious as showing that a mine is near." - George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham

"Kisses are like grains of gold or silver found upon the ground, of no value themselves, but precious as showing that a mine is near." - George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham

"In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value." - Alan Greenspan

"Titles of honor are like the impressions on coin; which add no value to gold and silver, but only render brass current." - Laurence Sterne

"Titles of honour are like the impressions on coin - which add no value to gold and silver, but only render brass current." - Laurence Sterne

"Titles of honor are like the impressions on coins, which add no value to gold or silver, but only render brass current." - Laurence Sterne

"My treasure chest is filled with gold. Gold . . . gold . . . gold . . . Vagabond's gold and drifter's gold . . . Worthless, priceless, dreamer's gold . . . Gold of the sunset . . . gold of the dawn . . .Gold of the showertrees on my lawn . . . Poet's gold and artist's gold . . . Gold that can not be bought or sold - Gold." - Don Blanding

"Back in 1960, the paper dollar and the silver dollar both were the same value. They circulated next to each other. Today? The paper dollar has lost 95% of its value, while the silver dollar is worth $34, and produced a 2-3 times rise in real value. Since we left the gold standard in 1971, both gold and silver have become superior inflation hedges." - Mark Skousen

"Dust on gold doesn't change the nature of gold." - Jon Gordon

"There is, literally and figuratively, not a gold standard. That's almost as big a problem in art as in the financial world. How do you affix a value to something that only has value because a certain number of people agree to believe in that value?" - John Currin

"If u have money buy gold. It is going to double in value." - James Dye

"Praise, like gold and diamonds, owes its value only to its scarcity." - Samuel Johnson

"A currency serves three functions: providing a means of payment, a unit of account and a store of value. Gold may be a store of value for wealth, but it is not a means of payment. You cannot pay for your groceries with it. Nor is it a unit of account. Prices of goods and services, and of financial assets, are not denominated in gold terms." - Nouriel Roubini

"Yet, wooing thee, I found thee of more value Than stamps in gold or sums in sealed bags; And 'tis the very riches of thyself That now I aim at." - William Shakespeare

"I hate gold. It does not pay a dividend, it has no value, and you can't work out what it should or shouldn't be worth," he said. "It is the last refuge of the desperate." - Jeremy Grantham

"Gold was an objective value, an equivalent of wealth produced. Paper is a mortgage on wealth that does not exist, backed by a gun aimed at those who are expected to produce it." - Ayn Rand

"Common experience is the gold reserve which confers an exchange value on the currency which words are; without this reserve of shared experiences, all our pronouncements are cheques drawn on insufficient funds." - Rene Daumal

"The utility, or intrinsic value of gold as a commodity is now considerably less than in the past; its monetary status has become extraordinarily ambiguous; and sits future is highly uncertain." - Benjamin Graham

"Common experience is the gold reserve which confers an exchange value on the currency which words are; without this reserve of shared experiences, all our pronouncements are checks drawn on insufficient funds." - Rene Daumal

"The utility, or intrinsic value of gold as a commodity is now considerably less than in the past; its monetary status has become extraordinarily ambiguous; and its future is highly uncertain." - Benjamin Graham

"Practically and commercially speaking, a dollar is not necessarily a specific thing, made of silver, or gold, or any other single metal, or substance. It is only such a quantum of market value as exists in a given piece of silver or gold." - Lysander Spooner

"Unearned increment of value." - John Stuart Mill

"We have made it possible, without gold and without foreign exchange, to maintain the value of the German mark. Behind the German mark stands the German capacity for work, while some foreign countries, suffocated by gold, have been compelled to devalue their currencies." - Adolf Hitler

"Violence is the gold standard, the reserve that guarantees order. In actuality, it is better than a gold standard, because violence has universal value. Violence transcends the quirks of philosophy, religion, technology, and culture. () It's time to quit worrying and learn to love the battle axe. History teaches us that if we don't, someone else will." - Jack Donovan

"Perfect alchemists I keep who can transmute substances without end, and thus the corner of my garden is an inexhaustible treasure-chest. Here you can dig, not gold, but the value which gold merely represents; and there is no Signor Blitz about it." - Henry David Thoreau

"We have made it possible, without gold and without foreign exchange, to maintain the value of the German mark. Behind the German mark stands the German capacity for work, while some foreign countries, suffocated by gold, have been compelled to devalue their currencies." - Adolf Hitler

"Gold is not less but more rational than paper money. Money holds value so long as it is in limited supply; gold will always be in limited supply, and would require real resources to produce even from the sea; paper and printing ink are not in limited supply. The gold system is much closer to a modern automatic scientific control system than the crude and relatively unstable system of paper." - William E. Rees

"Because silver and gold have their value from the matter itself, they have first this privilege, that the value of them cannot be altered by the power of one, nor of a few commonwealths, as being a common measure of the commodities of all places. But base money may easily be enhanced or abased." - Thomas Hobbes

"The value of a yellow metal (gold), originally chosen as money because it tickled the fancy of savages, is clearly a chancy and irrelevant thing on which to base the value of our money and the stability of our industrial system." - Dennis Holme Robertson

"The abandonment of the gold standard made it possible for the welfare statists to use the banking system as a means to an unlimited expansion of credit. In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the hidden confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights. If one grasps this, one has no difficulty in understanding the statists' antagonism toward the gold standard." - Alan Greenspan

"Gold has no increasing value. And if you're really worried about, say, inflation rising, I would buy Spam. You know, you can eat Spam. You cannot eat gold." - Nouriel Roubini

"Gold and silver, like other commodities, have an intrinsic value, which is not arbitrary, but is dependent on their scarcity, the quantity of labour bestowed in procuring them, and the value of the capital employed in the mines which produce them." - David Ricardo

"The major asset in this category is gold, currently a huge favorite of investors who fear almost all other assets, especially paper money (of whose value, as noted, they are right to be fearful). Gold, however, has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative. True, gold has some industrial and decorative utility, but the demand for these purposes is both limited and incapable of soaking up new production. Meanwhile, if you own one ounce of gold for an eternity, you will still own one ounce at its end." - Warren Buffett

"But tell me: how did gold get to be the highest value? Because it is uncommon and useless and gleaming and gentle in its brilliance; it always gives itself. Only as an image of the highest virtue did gold get to be the highest value. The giver's glance gleams like gold. A golden brilliance concludes peace between the moon and the sun. Uncommon is the highest virtue and useless, it is gleaming and gentle in its brilliance: a gift-giving virtue is the highest virtue." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"They wonder much to hear that gold, which in itself is so useless a thing, should be everywhere so much esteemed, that even men for whom it was made, and by whom it has its value, should yet be thought of less value than it is." - Thomas More

"The proof of gold is fire..." - Benjamin Franklin

"Are you under the power of gold?" - Dan Fogelberg

"A book holds a house of gold." - Proverbs

"A mask of gold hides all deformities." - Thomas Dekker

"It is the rust we value, not the gold; Authors, like coins, grow dear as they grow old." - Alexander Pope

"Gold and Silver have always had value, never gone to zero. Can you say the same for stocks and bonds?" - Mark Skousen

"Throw not my words away, as many do; They're gold in value, though they're cheap to you." - John Clare

"Throw not my words away, as many do;They're gold in value, though they're cheap to you." - John Clare

"The available supply of gold and silver being wholly inadequate to permit the issuance of coins of intrinsic value or paper currency convertible into coin of intrinsic value or paper currency convertible into coin in the volume required to serve the needs of the People, some other basis for the issue of currency must be developed, and some means other than that of convertibility into coin must be developed to prevent undue fluctuation in the value of paper currency or any other substitute for money intrinsic value that may come into use." - Abraham Lincoln

"We were not foolish enough to try to make a currency [backed by] gold of which we had none, but for every mark that was issued we required the equivalent of a mark's worth of work done or goods produced ... we laugh at the time our national financiers held the view that the value of a currency is regulated by the gold and securities lying in the vaults of a state bank." - Adolf Hitler

"I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew." - J R R Tolkien

"In practice [monetary management] is merely a high-sounding euphemism for continuous currency debasement. It consists of constant lying in order to support constant swindling. Instead of automatic currencies based on gold, people are forced to take managed currencies based on guile. Instead of precious metals they hold paper promises whose value falls with every bureaucratic whim. And they are suavely assured that only hopelessly antiquated minds dream of returning to truth and honesty and solvency and gold." - Henry Hazlitt

"You could take all the gold that's ever been mined, and it would fill a cube 67 feet in each direction. For what that's worth at current gold prices, you could buy all - not some - all of the farmland in the United States. Plus, you could buy 10 Exxon Mobils, plus have $1 trillion of walking-around money. Or you could have a big cube of metal. Which would you take? Which is going to produce more value?" - Warren Buffett

"Every experience is of value." - Oscar Wilde

"When I was on tour, people would say "We don't need a value-based currency, we can go out and buy gold and silver with US dollars now." I mean that it is so utterly brain dead, because they miss the whole point: the reason we need to have a gold and silver based currency is to bring discipline to the financial system so the government can't go out and do all sorts of bad things." - Bernard von NotHaus

"I assumed that some of the gold bars I received were melted gold teeth." - Oswald Pohl

"Gold opens all locks, no lock will hold against the power of gold." - George Herbert

"Gold is hoarded. It's estimated that 95 percent of all gold ever mined is still around." - Robert Kiyosaki

"Everyone asks about gold. This is the irony: just as Jim Grant tells us (correctly) that we all have faith-based paper currencies backed by nothing, it is equally fair to say that gold is a faith-based metal. It pays no dividend, cannot be eaten, and is mostly used for nothing more useful than jewelry. I would say that anything of which 75% sits idly and expensively in bank vaults is, as a measure of value, only one step up from the Polynesian islands that attached value to certain well-known large rocks that were traded." - Jeremy Grantham

"A value is valuable when the value of value is valuable to oneself." - Dayananda Saraswati

"Over two thousand years ago, Aristotle taught us that money should be durable, divisible, consistent, convenient, and value in itself. It should be durable, which is why wheat isn't money; divisible which is why works of art are not money; consistent which is why real estate isn't money; convenient, which is why lead isn't money; value in itself, which is why paper shouldn't be money. Gold answers to all these criteria." - Doug Casey

"The folly of men has enhanced the value of gold and silver because of their scarcity; whereas, on the contrary, it is their opinion that Nature, as an indulgent parent, has freely given us all the best things in great abundance, such as water and earth, but has laid up and hid from us the things that are vain and useless." - Thomas More

"Because like all whores you value propriety. You are creature of capitalism, the ethics of which are so totally corrupt and hypocritical that your beauty is no more than the beauty of gold, which is to say false and cold and useless." - E L Doctorow

"To be continually subject to the breath of slander will tarnish the purest virtue, as a constant exposure to the atmosphere will obscure the brightness of the finest gold; but in either case the real value of both continues the same, although the currency may be somewhat impeded." - Charles Caleb Colton

"Mother of the Sun, Theia of many names, for your sake men honor gold as more powerful than anything else; and through the value you bestow on them, o queen, ships contending on the sea and yoked teams of horses in swift-whirling contests become marvels." - Pindar

"By common consent of the nations, gold and silver are the only true measure of value. They are the necessary regulators of trade. I have myself no more doubt that these metals were prepared by the Almighty for this very purpose, than I have that iron and coal were prepared for the purposes in which they are being used." - Hugh McCulloch

"It is a terrible situation when the Government, to insure the National Wealth, must go in debt and submit to ruinous interest charges, at the hands of men, who control the fictitious value of gold. Interest is the invention of Satan." - Thomas A Edison

"He is not necessarily the best teacher who performs the most labour; makes his pupils work the hardest, and bustle the most. A hundred cents of copper, though they make more clatter and fill more space, have only a tenth of the value of one gold eagle" - Emma Willard

"When goods are exchanged between countries, they must be paid for by commodities or gold. They cannot be paid for by the notes, certificates, and checks of the purchaser's country, since these are of value only in the country of issue." - Carroll Quigley

"When not only gold but all commodities are available for the redemption of the paper currency, its volume is limited only by the value of all the wealth of the country, and it can never become insecure up to this limit." - John Buchanan Robinson

"To be continually subject to the breath of slander, will tarnish the purest virtue, as a constant exposure to the atmosphere will obscure the brightness of the finest gold; but in either case, the real value of both continues the same, although the currency may be somewhat impeded." - Charles Caleb Colton

"Facts are the mere dross of history. It is from the abstract truth which interpenetrates them, and lies latent among them, like gold in the ore, that the mass derives its whole value; and the precious particles are generally combined with the baser in such a manner that the separation is a task of the utmost difficulty." - Thomas B. Macaulay

"There is no intrinsic worth in money but what is alterable with the times, and whether a guinea goes for twenty pounds or for a shilling, it is the labor of the poor and not the high and low value that is set on gold or silver, which all the comforts of life must arise from." - Bernard Mandeville

"Friendship is a precious gift that can't be bought or sold. It's value is greater than mountains made of gold. If you shall ask God for a gift be thankful if he sends not diamonds pearls or riches but the love and trust of friends. It is the friends you can call up at 4 a.m. that matter." - Marlene Dietrich

"Specie [gold and silver coin] is the most perfect medium because it will preserve its own level; because, having intrinsic and universal value, it can never die in our hands, and it is the surest resource of reliance in time of war." - Thomas Jefferson

"Facts are the mere dross of history. It is from the abstract truth which interpenetrates them, and lies latent among them, like gold in the ore, that the mass derives its whole value: and the precious particles are generally combined with the baser in such a manner that the separation is a task of the utmost difficulty." - Thomas B. Macaulay

"The spectacle of a great, solvent government paying a fictitious price for gold it did not want and did not need and doing it on purpose to debase the value of its own paper currency was one to astonish the world." - Garet Garrett

"It has therefore been justly observed that however honestly the coin of a country may conform to its standard, money made of gold and silver is still liable to fluctuations in value, not only to accidental, and temporary, but to permanent and natural variations, in the same manner as other commodities." - David Ricardo

"There is no intrinsic worth in money but what is alterable with the times, and whether a guinea goes for twenty pounds or for a shilling, it is the labor of the poor and not the high and low value that is set on gold or silver, which all the comforts of life must arise from." - Bernard De Mandeville

"To measure prices by a currency that is called by the same names as gold, but that is really inferior in value to gold, and then - because those prices are nominally higher than gold prices - to say that they are inflated, relatively to gold, is a perfect absurdity." - Lysander Spooner

"Life is legal tender, and individual character stamps its value. We are from a thousand mints, and all genuine. Despite our infinitely diverse appraisements, we make change for one another. So many ideals planted are worth the great gold of Socrates; so many impious laws broken are worth John Brown." - Louise Imogen Guiney

"In that intensely busy time of children and work, soup became my stalwart friend and I learned its true value. Anyone who's been there knows. You're busy, too much to do, time vanishes, the kids are relentless, and everyone is hungry all the time. Something as comforting, delicious, and practical as soup is like gold." - Anna Thomas

"The fortitude which has encountered no dangers, that prudence which has surmounted no difficulties, that integrity which has been attacked by no temptation, can at best be considered but as gold not yet brought to the test, of which therefore the true value cannot be assigned." - Samuel Johnson

"It is a doubt whether mankind are most indebted to those who, like Bacon and Butler, dig the gold from the mine of literature, or to those who, like Paley, purify it, stamp it, fix its real value, and give it currency and utility." - Charles Caleb Colton

"It is doubtful whether mankind are most indebted to those who like Bacon and Butler dig the gold from the mine of literature, or to those who, like Paley, purify it, stamp it, fix its real value, and give it currency and utility" - Charles Caleb Colton

"Better an ounce of luck than a pound of gold." - Proverbs

"Fire is the test of gold; adversity, of strong men." - Martha Graham

"The sinews of war are not gold, but good soldiers; for gold alone will not procure good soldiers, but good soldiers will always procure gold." - Niccolo Machiavelli

"Praise, like gold and diamonds, owes its value only to its scarcity. It becomes cheap as it becomes vulgar, and will no longer raise expectation or animate enterprise." - Samuel Johnson

"Remember, gold and silver always have had value and never have gone to zero. Can you say the same for stocks and bonds?" - Mark Skousen

"An ounce of gold is an ounce of gold, whether it consists of guineas, sovereigns or eagles." - Hans F. Sennholz

"He has a heart of gold - only harder." - Adolphe Menjou

"The sinews of war are not gold, but good soldiers." - Niccolo Machiavelli

"A good name is better than bags of gold." - Miguel De Cervantes

"And the gold of her ruined wedding dress." - Cassandra Clare

"Find a pile of gold and sit on it." - John Gardner

"Gold lends a touch of beauty even to the ugly." - Nicolas Boileau-Despreaux

"You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold." - William Jennings Bryan

"Through love scraps of copper are turned to gold." - Rumi

"Groan under gold, yet weep for want of bread." - Edward Young

"Royalty is the gold filling in a mouthful of decay" - John Osborne

"Time will run back and fetch the Age of Gold." - John Milton

"No man loveth his fetters, be they made of gold." - John Heywood

"Gold diggers are the wife beaters of men!" - Bill Burr

"I hate gold. I'm sort of a sterling-silver guy" - Michael Vartan

"Underneath that rude exterior, you've got a heart of gold." - Ray Davies

"Rank and riches are chains of gold, but still chains." - Giovanni Ruffini

"The plague of gold strikes far and near." - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

"Avarice increases with the increasing pile of gold." - Juvenal

"I am a hooker with a heart of gold." - Natasha Lyonne

"Much have I travelled in the realms of gold." - John Keats

"Fetters of gold are still fetters, and silken cords pinch." - Proverbs

"And yet he had a thomb of gold parde." - Geoffrey Chaucer

"The magic of property turns sand to gold." - Arthur Young

"To a shower of gold most things are penetrable." - Thomas Carlyle

"You are an alchemist; make gold of that." - William Shakespeare

"I hate gold. I'm sort of a sterling-silver guy." - Michael Vartan

"I inherited my love of gold jewellery from my grandmother." - Aerin Lauder

"I do 'sissy with a heart of gold' really well." - Billy Porter

"Much have I travell'd in the realms of gold." - John Keats

"Whenever destroyers appear among men, they start by destroying money, for money is men's protection and the base of a moral existence. Destroyers seize gold and leave to its owners a counterfeit pile of paper. This kills all objective standards and delivers men into the arbitrary power of an arbitrary setter of values. Gold was an objective value, an equivalent of wealth produced. Paper is a mortgage on wealth that does not exist, backed by a gun aimed at those who are expected to produce it." - Ayn Rand

"Don't think of cost. Think of value." - John Spence

"The apostles had no gold, but lots of glory. We have lots of gold, but no glory." - Leonard Ravenhill

"Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts." - Dan Gable

"The desire of gold is not for gold. It is for the means of freedom and benefit." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"I have used these weeks to revalue values. Do you understand this expression? When you come right down to it, the alchemist is the most praiseworthy of men: I mean the one who changes something negligible or contemptible into something of value, even gold. He alone enriches, the others merely exchange. My task is quite singular this time: I have asked myself what mankind has always hated, feared, and despised the most - and precisely out of this I have made my "gold." If only I am not accused of counterfeiting! Or rather, I'm bound to be." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"When people become frightened, they look for things of real value. They will go to monetary metals, gold and silver, and they will buy other things, such as buying property. But no matter what we have, whether we have our gold coins or we have our property, if we have an authoritarian government, that is our greatest threat. So, I would like to think that there is no perfect protection, other than shrinking the size and scope and power of government, so that we can be left alone and take care of ourselves." - Ron Paul

"Friendship is a priceless gift, that cannot be bought or sold, but it's value is far greater than a mountain made of gold. For gold is cold and lifeless, it can neither see nor hear. And in time of trouble it is powerless to cheer. It has no ears to listen, no heart to understand, it cannot bring you comfort or reach out a helping hand. So when you ask God for a gift, be thankful if he sends, not diamonds, pearls, or riches, but the love of real true friends. Thank you my friends for being in my life!" - Natalie

"Old gold has a civilizing virtue which new gold must grow old to be capable of secreting." - James Russell Lowell

"All the gold upon the earth and all the gold beneath it, does not compensate for lack of virtue." - Plato

"Truly now is the golden age; the highest honour comes by means of gold; by gold love is procured." - Ovid

"Often, we try to repair broken things in such a way as to conceal the repair and make it "good as new." But the tea masters understood that by repairing the broken bowl with the distinct beauty of radiant gold, they could create an alternative to "good as new" and instead employ a "better than new" aesthetic. They understood that a conspicuous, artful repair actually adds value. Because after mending, the bowl's unique fault lines were transformed into little rivers of gold that post repair were even more special because the bowl could then resemble nothing but itself." - Teresita Fernandez

"Only the ephemeral is of lasting value." - Eugene Ionesco



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