I can't seem to locate this.
During the great depression, many actually became very wealthy, what sort of businessess seemed to flourish or "bounce back" during the depression and the years that followed? For instance,wamu stock plummeted and that company was just bought by Morgan -- so, buying that stock now and waiting for the long term might be a good idea? (as an example)
On a seperate topic and question: please answer first with priority.
If one was to buy gold/silver and after some time the market balances, what do you do with these "investments"? Sell them at a potential loss or ? I guesss the idea is you can't get "rich" off of holding silver/gold, but securing the value of your currrent assets.