By Shepard Ambellas | Intellihub.com
The $535K gold bars are being purchased from the vaults of large banks and holding centers
At today’s price of $1215,97 per ounce, these 27.5lb (440 oz.) gold bars are going like hotcakes, bullion experts say, flying off bank vault shelves with a 243% increase in sales since January of 2014 alone.
Some experts maintain that this can only mean one thing — a massive economic crash is likely on the horizon as top-tier investors are now scrambling for tangible investments.
Gold coin sales have also doubled in 2014, making it a buyers market.
Meanwhile stock prices are suffering inflation.
Super-rich rush to buy ‘Italian Job’ style gold bars — The Telegraph
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