The M3 pre-2006 you can get out of the (gollum, gollum) Federal Reserve website. The Fed stopped reporting M3 in 2006 "because it was no longer useful". Ahhh, riiight. A number of people have estimated the post-2006 M3. One of them is shadowstats.com. The one where I got my numbers is this one: http://www.nowandfutures.com/images/m3b_with_taf_etc.png
You want stats that show that gold is a good inflation hedge? Here ya go:
Since January of 1968 the M3 money supply has increased 24.1 times. In the same time frame, the price of gold has gone up 25.4 times. Pretty close, eh?
No one will have to show you 'stats' that gold is a good inflation hedge when you get caught holding nothing but fiat money. For your insistence that the stock market is the only place to be, here are a few good ones in which you can invest, CAT, HP, APL. Happy fishing!