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Do You Really Own Your Gold?

Do You Really Own Your Gold?by Ted Bauman, Editor, The Bauman Letter What does it mean to “own” something? It’s a question you should be asking … especially if that something is gold. The Oxford English Dictionary defines ownership as “the act, state, or right of possessing something.” That sounds about right. But what does it mean to “possess” something? Gold Investment Pyramid - GoldCore After all, you can own something that’s in someone else’s legal possession.
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