Just checked kitco and saw palladium is looking to surpass gold. Got me reminiscing about the only ounce of palladium I ever bought ( with the exception of the recent flip). I bought it while I lived in Tacoma, Wa. for $150 when melt was $120. Bought it from Dave at Goldmasters if anybody is from that neck of the woods. It was a Panda in a cool wooden box. Sold it several years later when palladium made it's first run at $1000+. Moved back to Chicago and sold it to HJB and got a nice PCGS MS61 type 2 $20 for around $700 plus change. Palladium shortly after returns to a more historic value. I remember seeing on a news report that there was some success at cold fusion with palladium being the catalyst. I remember thinking if that ever happened palladium would be the most valuable metal by a mile. I haven't heard anything about cold fusion and palladium in many years and I have to admit I haven't been paying attention to the reason palladium is currently on a run. I do know I have missed the boat on palladium since I would never pay the current price.