Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool

“To hedge, or not to hedge, that is the question.” With apologies to William Shakespeare that’s what Dryblower reckons the great man might have written if he swapped careers from playwriting to goldmining.

Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool Dryblower channels Hamlet as he considers Yorick's skull as a gold hedging tool

The comparison between death, as seen through the eyes of Hamlet, and a fortune missed by selling gold too cheaply in a hedging (or forward selling) program, is not as silly as it sounds.

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