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Just smelt the stuff and make crude ingots, easy enough to do I am sure!

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I don't think that I would be that careless with $700, 000 worth of gold.

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Gold is poisonous to the body, so it makes me wonder what a drug company is using it for ...

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I don't think that I would be that careless with $700, 000 worth of gold.

If I had $700k worth of gold, I'm damn sure the next day I would have $700k of money in my bank instead

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If I had $700k worth of gold, I'm damn sure the next day I would have $700k of money in my bank instead

Money loses value daily due to inflation and gold does not(and usually increases in value). That is why many people invest in it. That being said, I wouldn't have it in dust form. I'd get solid gold and in a safety deposit box.

I don't think that I would be that careless with $700, 000 worth of gold.

Recently did a financial analysis of the Pfizer Inc. in a finance class. $700,000 isn't much for them. They have numerious projects worth more than that fail yearly so they will likely just write it off as a project expense somewhere. They probably wouldnt think twice about it if it wasn't for the fact that someone may have stolen it. Time to take a look at inventory procedures I'd say.

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Gold is poisonous to the body, so it makes me wonder what a drug company is using it for ...

A how to use gold to kill someone project?

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Maybe they are making their own home-brewed Goldschlager? :rolleyes:

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