Given the current environment where personal privacy, freedom, and even wealth all seem to be under attack, how does gold provide wealth protection and insurance for independent-minded investors?
Announcer: Given the current environment where personal privacy, freedom, and even wealth all seem to be under attack, how does gold provide wealth protection and insurance for independent-minded investors?
David Wiedemer: You know we're potentially going into some harsh economic times. I guess one example would be, right now, Syria. Syria is having a terrible set of problems. Wouldn't it be nice if you were Syrian to have a lot of gold? You know, we understand that, they understand that if you don't have gold... if you have enough gold, you can get out of there, you can solve problems, you can do things that are otherwise impossible, you can live. Many people are not doing well in Syria, because they don't have gold. So that's where gold comes from. It's liberty, but it's a very fundamental type. In other words, if you care about your family, you care about what's going on...gold gives you that freedom, gives you that power, gives you that liberty. You have something, where otherwise you'd have nothing. You'd be under total control of the state. In the case of the Syrians, I mean, you either have to deal with the Russians or ISIS or all sorts of horrible things. That's what gold does for you. It says you can get out of this mess. I'm sure that all the people that do have gold are very sorry for the people who are left behind, but isn't it better to have that gold, have that freedom, have that liberty to make that decision in favor of yourself or your family?