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gold beetle

n.

gold beetle

(ˈɡəʊldˌbʌɡ) or

goldbug

n
(Animals) any American beetle of the family Chrysomelidae having a bright metallic lustre
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Libertarian Goldbugs Hating On Bitcoin--Free Market Money," Libertarian News, June 6.
Goldbugs in Dubai, like central bankers in Washington, must become "data dependent" to avoid a cash hemorrhage in gold.
Stray far, Dan Hind warns, and 'you will find yourself in a wilderness of goldbugs and Bitcoin enthusiasts' (Hind, 2014).
Just as Justin Bieber has "Beliebers", and One Direction has "Directioners", gold has goldbugs - fans of the shiny metal and its everlasting claim to value.
As the statistics released by World Gold Council would show, goldbugs are beefing up their stocks of bars, coins and jewellery amid the price decline.
The almost 50% decline in the NYSE Arca Goldbugs Index, the index of unhedged gold mining stocks, has been on-going since October and therefore started well before the admission of many gold mining companies that their costs of production are possibly 50% above levels reported in recent years.
51) See GRETCHEN RITTER, GOLDBUGS AND GREENBACKS: THE ANTIMONOPOLY TRADITION AND THE POLITICS OF FINANCE IN AMERICA, 1865-1896, at 76 (1997) (describing "hard-money" Jacksonians' quick conversion to the cause of federal paper money); SHARP, supra note 37, at 19-21 (describing conversion of Ohio "hard-money" Democrats to the greenback movement).
Goldbugs are not always gold; in fact, they can change color at will by adjusting the moisture between the layers of their wings
Kashefi, an assistant professor of microbiology and molecular genetics at MSU in East Landing, Michigan, has been working with these goldbugs and with an art professor at MSU--Paul Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia.
Those with gold deposits might strike a favourable deal since China wants more gold in its reserves; and goldbugs are abundant in China (see my article 'Animal Spirits' in Augusts' Angle on this species).
Ritter, Gretchen (1997), Goldbugs and greenbacks: the antimonopoly tradition and the politics of finance in America, New York: Cambridge University Press.
and prompted goldbugs to hit "publish" on their "Gold $2,500?