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What is a reasonable price for an ounce of gold?

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Hold an ounce of gold             in your hand. What is a reasonable price for that chunk of precious metal?
$100?
$500?
$1000?
$2000?
Divorcing yourself from most market influences for a moment -- what do you think that coin is worth?
What's a nice suit cost these days? $1000? $500? $5000? I'm thinking that -- to me -- an ounce of gold             would be worth about $800-$900 bucks. If I pick up an ounce gold             coin, twirl it in my hand, heft it, flip it, yeah, about eight or nine hundred dollars feels about right. Any more and I'd be ashamed to sell it. Any less and I'd feel cheated.

You?
I see gold going to $1000/oz. If it goes below that, gold will not stay there for long. Mining costs are about $1200/oz.
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