Look who's calling Utah and gold 'eccentric'
Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc. ("GATA") offers a devastating rebuttal to the characterization by editors of the Financial Times that Utah's Legal Tender Act as eccentric and deeply flawed:
The FT somehow thinks that gold's ever-higher price is more of a problem for the metal's monetization than the constant devaluation of government currencies is for their continuing to serve as money.
Read the full rebuttal to the Financial Times opinion piece, In Gold We Trust
Here's something even funnier than Utah's quaintness, a pretty good joke that seems lost on the FT -- a chart of gold priced in British pounds over the last decade: