The US dollar price may have changed, but to me that’s the function of the dollar, not a function of gold. But gold is not supposed to have a yield because it’s money. The dollar bill doesn’t have any yield. Gold does not have a central bank. It is competing with central bank fiat money for asset allocations by global investors. And not necessarily the best for all investors in all circumstances. Confidence in currencies is dropping because investors are losing confidence in the central banks that print them. For the first time since 2008, it looks like central banks are losing control of the global financial system. Just like rush hour traffic, the busier the internet is, the slower it tends to be. The point is, to get a return you must take risk. It’s just gold, and it doesn’t have any return. Broadly speaking, what makes Westworld Season 2 so good is embraces complexity and demands you not just tune in, but really dig deep for answers thanks to its more active use of transmedia, a.k.a those extra sites related to the show, clues dropped on social media, and even special e-mails you might have received if you signed up for the Delos Destinations mailing list.
Gold actually isn’t good for anything except money. Is gold a commodity, an investment, or money? As far as being an investment, that’s probably gold’s most common usage. We were expected to keep track of the motivations of many and understand that each of their tiniest moments could end up being more meaningful in the long run. While I fully acknowledge that my life experiences as a flesh-and-blood human might exclude me from sympathizing with a being made of wires, metal, computer chips, and a growing hunger to tear down the system, it’s a truth universally acknowledge that Westworld Season 2 did Dolores dirty. While broadband is pretty much a household essential, it probably isn’t the only essential service you’d get from a telecoms provider. You’ll get two speakers that will hold most satellite speakers, giving you a lot of options. That will give you some return, but to me that’s more a function of the dollar than it is a function of gold. Just reach into your wallet or your purse and pull out a dollar bill and hold it up in front of you, and ask yourself, what’s the yield? There is no yield.
One of the criticisms of gold is that it has no yield. But I think of gold by weight. So again, I don’t really think of it as an investment. But gold in recent years has been behaving more like money than a commodity or investment. But I don’t really think of gold as an investment either. People think of their money in a bank deposit as money, but it really isn’t money. But I don’t think that’s correct. The time-jumps we experienced in Season 2 prove to us that things have always been this way but, if we really want to take action, they don’t have to be in the future — something Season 3 will no doubt explore. Let’s face it — routers aren’t usually the prettiest of things, so we tend to hide them behind furniture or in cabinets. In addition to turning us from complacent viewers into active viewers, Westworld Season 2 excelled in illustrating the very human — or, more accurately, human-like — response to existing in a world where you were only ever meant to be a cog in the machine.
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