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Stuck in the Rut

In a few days’ time, I’ll be making my way to London, England for the first time in my life. It is one of the world’s most iconic cities and, somehow, I’ve managed to travel to nearly 50 countries without visiting this metropolitan capital that is consistently ranked as the most exciting metro area to see, along with Paris.

England is very unique and we have much to thank the British for, as their coal mining pursuit was the original catalyst that fueled the Industrial Revolution.

The British were the last great European empire of the world, before the Americans became the top dog after WW2, and have maintained their dominant position until present.

When we discuss how British entrepreneurs shaped the world around us, we cannot fail to mention Frederick, who was born in 1863 to a couple of parents, who ran a flower mill. As their business failed and the family filed for bankruptcy, when little Frederick was just nine years old, his jobs as a bird scarer and newspaper deliverer didn’t suffice, so he also ran telegraph messages.

But what made Frederick different from 99% of the poverty-stricken children of his era was his ability to be self-taught. In his spare time, while only a teenager, he studied Algebra, French, and electrical engineering; by 1885, at 22 years old, he realized that his passion for motors was insatiable.

Through a partnership with Ernest Claremont, they worked around the clock to manufacture door bells and dynamos, but Frederick knew he had bigger goals.

By the time the 20th century came around, Frederick – whose full name is Frederick Henry Royce – decided to use his engineering skills to build three cars from scratch. He gave one to shareholder Henry Edmund, who was friends with the son of a Lord and an avid aviation and racing fanatic named Charles Rolls.

Rolls was owner of one of the very-first car dealerships in the UK and he fell in love with Royce’s car, thus forming the Rolls-Royce automobile company.

Their managing director, Mr. Claude Johnson, was the marketing genius who pulled the stunts that branded Rolls-Royce as THE BEST, which is why Claude is dubbed “the Hyphen in Rolls-Royce.”

But times change and Charles Rolls was the first British casualty of an air crash, dying at an exhibition in 1909, aged 32, while piloting. Mr. Royce died later on, when the company was producing airplane engines during wartime.

Today, BMW owns the company…

Lots has changed in the world, since the 1-horsepower model came out over 100 years ago, but one thing that has remained as important as then is OWNING GOLD.

So, while we see a 20% correction in its price and a bigger one in silver, nearing 40%, we should bear in mind that gold is worth 50X what it was in 1971 and that it is as relevant now as it’s ever been.

Like the Rolls-Royce, it represents the best. Gold is the best monetary unit of account, but just like you don’t see RR vehicles on the road everywhere you go, gold is also reserved for those who truly understand what they own.

DON’T panic-sell physical gold; it will be important in 10, 20, 30 and 40 years from now.

Best Regards,

Lior Gantz

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