Why am I such a gold digger?
Gold diggers want to be wealthy because it is a means to an end — their ultimate goal is to have, or at least be seen to have, a high-status position in society. Money, they believe, will help them achieve highly-sought status symbols like fame and power.
Who owns the gold in the world?
The United States holds the largest stockpile of gold reserves in the world by a considerable margin at over 8,100 tons. The U.S. government has almost as many reserves as the next three largest countries combined (Germany, Italy, and France).
How much gold is left in the world?
Experts have estimated that we have less than 55,000 tons of gold left to discover. Even so, we cannot be sure how much of this amount is extractable. We know that the earths crust is gold in a proportion of about four parts per billion.