LONDON, 6 July 2010 - Comments from world-leading gold trading and ownership service BullionVault are today quoted online by The Daily Telegraph - the UK's best-selling quality daily paper.
"Gold tends to do well when investors suffer grinding losses in other, normally more productive stores of value," says BullionVault head of research Adrian Ash, quoted by The Telegraph's long-standing personal finance editor, Ian Cowie.
"During the late 1970s, gold surged as both stocks and bonds delivered real and growing losses year after year. Over the last decade, it's risen again as first stocks, then credit markets, and now stocks again have slumped."
To read Adrian's comments in full, go to Telegraph.co.uk here.
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