Here we have a graph showing the price of 1 OZ gold between the period 1973-2020: Between 1980-2006 1 OZ gold had the value of 300-400 dollars. Later between 2013-2018 the price for one OZ gold was 1200-1300 dollars. That means the price of gold has gone up about 3 or 4 times or so. But that doesn’t mean necessarily that you are 3 or 4 times richer now: Because there is inflation and maybe the price of milk, bread or real estate have also gone up 3 or 4 times. Do you get my point here? Now I want to ask you – particularly the older members – about this: Has the price of milk, bread and real estate (or other relevant assets) also gone up 3-4 times just as gold? I hope we can have a debate here.