Just as our ancestors did, we recognize the beauty and eternal nature of gold. We wear gold jewelry, we use it in our machines, and store it in our bank vaults. One quarter of all the gold ever mined is held by central banks as a currency of last resort. Unlike all other currencies, gold has held its value over the past few centuries.
In the last few years, rumoured sales from central banks have depressed the gold price, however we believe central bank thinking is more oriented towards the support of gold to back their currencies during what appears to be a new inflationary trend.