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You’d be hard-pressed to find a merchant that will sell you something in exchange for gold.But what if you could?
Charles Vollum is the editor of a fun website called pricedingold.com. As you may have guessed, Vollum offers looks at varieties of goods and services priced in gold.
He also provides informative and entertaining extended commentary on his website.
For your viewing pleasure, we pulled a few select charts for goods (priced in gold) that are a part of most people’s everyday lives.
U.S. First Class Postage has been getting cheaper in the last decade in terms of gold, despite rising stamp prices
Coffee prices have been remarkably stable since 2002 in gold terms. You could literally say coffee is worth its weight in gold.
Uranium's been getting a lot cheaper priced in gold. Surely, you can find a black market uranium supplier who'll accept gold as payment.
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