Globe and Mail: Only gold can shield against coming crisis, advocate says


If Hollywood were ever to redo the 1964 James Bond classic Goldfinger, central casting might briefly consider Nick Barisheff for the title role. The Toronto-based investment guru has the requisite gold bug credentials, but the movie makers would soon find out he has none of the menacing characteristics necessary for a good Bond villain.
Mr. Barisheff, president and chief executive officer of Bullion Management Group Inc., is in the doom-and-gloom business, that’s true, but his dark prophecies are lightened by his professorial and halting conversation style.
His message is simple: Canadians need to hold more gold and other precious metals in their investment portfolios or face the wasting effects of inflation on their purchasing power in the years ahead.
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