Henry Waxman and Anthony Weiner will focus the attention on companies that push gold investments on cable television during the September 23rd meeting of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection. Under a bill proposed by Weiner, companies like Goldline would be required to disclose the reasonable market value of the gold they are selling. What do you think?
Wax n Weiner huh? Sounds like they're yankin us along. Wouldn't one check the FMV before making an investment anyway? Buy triple 9 gold you can't go wrong.
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