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>> No.21082513
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Attention all frens

>> No.21082522

use my copypaste it has working youtube links

_ Edition

>Bullion dealers


>Constitutional/"junk" silver info



>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

https://youtube.com/user/silverguru David Morgan

Additional /pmg/ resources and info--

Previous Bread:

>> No.21082531

Rolling for 35 by end of Friday

>> No.21082548

Reminder: Silver miners are trading for only 6x FCF based on the current silver price; the average has been 10x even since 2012. Junior silver miners are about to afford the greatest wealth transfer in human history.

Open interest on the COMEX is 134,439 open interests x 5,000 oz = 672,195,000 ounces. You literally cannot get silver kilo bars in Europe any more, all silver Britannias have vanished in the U. K., and the COMEX and SLV are defaulting next month.



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FOMOd another 5oz

no more silver for me at these prices

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You motherFUCKERS

>> No.21082581

Nice. I got a handful of .835 Greek Drachmas a while back. Pretty neat.

>> No.21082595

Re roll

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Fuck the Jews and their lies. Gold and Silver are God’s money and will set us free. Schiff is a cool guy and will gas the bankers with us.

Stay golden friends

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I just bought 80% Portuguese silver coins. 3 oz total for $28 an ounce including taxes and shipping.

Did I do good?

>> No.21082617

>River of no return
Glad anons are getting the cheap government silver while they can.

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What’s everyone’s average per ounce?
Since 2015 I set aside $40 every paycheck and only purchased when silver was <$16/oz. Had quite the stack of cash saved up when making the final <$16/oz purchase this past March.
>$15.80/oz average, feelin’ pretty comfy

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>And that was in circumstances where there wasn't a credible threat of the dollar losing reserve status in the medium-term future.
ehhhh... the 70's silver run was largely due to debasement concerns of the dollar. There's some new things but there a lot of the same old going on here.

No YCC anytime soon, first they have to announce the shift to the average target of 2% rather than the way it's currently targeted at constant 2%. Thus allowing us to overshoot further because or the many years of <2% inflation.

>Fiat systems have an expiry date
true enough, this has happened before and will happen again

except the world is expecting a massive RELIEF bill, and that's likely had a lot to do with dollar weakness.

I think Nancy and Mitch would be happy to give us too little, too late, and let another mortgage crisis happen. What if the RELIEF bill is surprisingly little?

>Everybody is standing for delivery now
Anything to this besides rumor?

>> No.21082651

Ah that was me, thanks fren. Ill go back in the thread and read the replies

>> No.21082657

Had some 50% shillings rock up today and 1 in 10 were pre 45. Free silver. Also waiting on some florins I got for $140 under melt value. Cheap stuff is still out there frens.

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>> No.21082695


>No YCC anytime soon

YCC is already happening. There is no other explanation for the ten-year yielding a paltry 0.527, just as you have a crashing dollar, tens of trillions in money-printing, the U. S. in an inescapable debt-trap, and a ten-year-long pattern of foreigners dumping treasuries and hoarding gold.

>> No.21082746

holy shit i am so tempted to fomo another 60 oz right now, even for 30 an oz

>> No.21082760

Here is your dump boys. Don't forget to take advantage of it. Every ounce you can get in your hands right now is crucial.

>> No.21082780

You did pretty good. Where'd you get them?

>> No.21082782
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During the corona crash in March I spent every penny I had on cypto and silver (20 oz of Silver but a fuck tone of crypto). My crypto is up roughly ~800% and my silver doubled. Should I peel off some cypto and add more PMs? I like stacking but it just seems like crypto is where the real gains are at

>> No.21082784

I'm happy to buy as long as I can.
Best case scenario, silver dips and I can buy more silver.
Worst case scenario, currency debasement and silver does what I bought it for, ie sit in my silver sack until I die.
Stacking is explicitly about beating the system. Whether it's me that does it, or my family, I don't care.

>> No.21082806

buy miners, dummy

Buy Aurcana

>> No.21082819

$29 an ounce is buying the dip?

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Just got them in today. Feels good having 260oz of ag and 1.75oz of gold

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29 seems to be holding off the sell pressure pretty well thus far tonight. i wouldn't be surprised if we crab around that number until the job numbers come out in the morning, though it could pump when europe wakes up. i wouldn't mind a little bit of consolidation before we blow past 30 tomorrow.

>> No.21082846


Crypto is done. People only made money on it in March because it crashed so badly to begin with. BTC, for example, crashed to $3000, but is now back to being range-bound at $10,000-$12,000.

Crypto is a distraction. Satoshi is Adam Back, the head of Blockstream, and Bitcoin, and hence crypto in general, was designed to be a scam from the beginning. When the game of musical chairs stops, only those who are holding gold and silver will make the rules.



>> No.21082848

prospecting myself tomorrow. foreign coins are easy pickings for profit.

>> No.21082870

This shit again.
Mines don't have a backlog of PMs constantly being produced during lockdown, waiting for trucks to come take it all away.
Jesus Christ.

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Anybody got mercs on the way?

>> No.21082919

260 silver and 3 gold
Bow before me stacklet

>> No.21082927

>I like stacking but it just seems like crypto is where the real gains are at
PMs have inherent value and don't need the internet and the power grid to be traded, crypto does.

Crypto has all the risk of fiat plus a fuckton of extra volatility, no privacy in transactions, and the danger of being banned by fiat and not "loseable" under floorboards like people did with their surplus gold after EO 6102. Play it safe and convert some of that digital meme money into actual stores of value as a hedge.

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>>Anyone invest in a silver codpiece yet?
>where to buy?
You're gonna have to let her shave you first to get fitted for your piece

this is a real fear...

Just read an accusation that BIG DICK BARRICK GOLD and newmont are hiding the actual number of deaths due to COVID.

What if the metal supply is also taking a big shock? Could also explain SOME of copper's rise since so much of that is from south america.

"no other explanation" for the 10-year holding at its all-time lows? Are you saying it should be lower?

Too quick to deploy occam's razor there, there's the possibility that maybe we haven't escaped the deflationary trap yet.

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>> No.21083008

Who is still in stock, trying to help my friend fomo buy
Price irrelevant, he just wants hands on something

>> No.21083035

Check out larry on ebay

>> No.21083037


>>"no other explanation" for the 10-year holding at its all-time lows? Are you saying it should be lower?

You would an idiot to be buying treasuries under the present circumstances, so the only rational explanation for the yield going to all-time lows is that they are manipulating the yield-curve. Yields spiked at 1% a couple of months ago. That was the last semblance of true price-discovery. It's obvious that the Fed began YCC shortly afterwards. They are printing far more than they are admitting to. The market understands this intuitively, which is why it is now dumping dollars, and buying gold and silver, as fast as it can.

>> No.21083050

Anyone buying OTC miners what are your fees like on the platform you're using? I'm using TDA which is $7 per trade, it's dogshit but I can't find anything better. Some places charge $0.01 per share on OTCs instead which sounds better but when you're buying a 10c stock it's literally a 10% tax.

>> No.21083051
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based generational stacker

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Should be arriving tomorrow. Can't wait

>> No.21083057

ebay is all that's left.

>> No.21083058
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BUY THE MINERS ON ANY DIPS. It's like you guys hate accumulating cheap and only know how to chase. At most you should hedge your miner exposure into currency and re-buy into miners if you think spot will pullback soon. You should've bought gold before 2019 and in march, when nobody wanted it during the accumulation phase. You should've been buying silver from April to June, when it was extremely cheap and Gold gave you the most obvious buy signal ever in GSR history. You should be buying miners now, while they're historically extremely cheap to their metals. Never chase; look at a chart be the smart money for once in your life.

>> No.21083059

Curious to see how bad the shortage gets- my guess is bulk dumps between 35-40 so expect a dip there I would think

>> No.21083069

us mint is the best price and option right now. get the ATB coins

>> No.21083087

Isnt etrade or ameritrade etc free?

>> No.21083090

Go on Craigslist and buy face silver. Odds are, by the time your friend has picked up his coins after agreeing to a price, he'll have made money off of the spot price rising. Worst case, he's temporarily out a little bit of pocket cash that'll recover in the near future.

If you can beat a little under 21x face value, you're beating current spot price.

>> No.21083110

They don't have to actually buy the long end of the curve if they float the idea that they *might* buy the long end of the curve if it gets too high. No one is going to sell it at 1.1% if the fed has implied they will step in if it gets much higher than 1%.

>> No.21083115

$15.50 Silver
$1500 Gold

>> No.21083130

How are coin shops right now? I want to go Saturday but I don’t know what to expect right now. I have Silver I mostly bought at $16 but I’m not expecting this momentum to die soon

>> No.21083140

FED buying bonds is essentially YCC in all but name

>> No.21083150

Thoughts on $AG (First Majestic) ER? Why the fuck did they sell their stack? Should have held. Fuck.

>> No.21083159

went to old mate down the road on monday and he was fucking cleared out

>> No.21083172

>Just read an accusation that BIG DICK BARRICK GOLD and newmont are hiding the actual number of deaths due to COVID.
From their operations?
>What if the metal supply is also taking a big shock? Could also explain SOME of copper's rise since so much of that is from south america
Yes, iron had a shock up when vale shut in BR. These commodities shocks are going to carry raws through the Depression decently well.

>> No.21083177


So they can re-scale production hard. It was a good move IMO.

>> No.21083210

bros so is it bullish or bearish for silver/gold if we dont get a stimulus bill by tomorrow ? i'm seeing people say both sides of the argument so im not sure which it is but maybe in either case PMs rise ?

>> No.21083212

if you're up 800%, it's probably on shitcoins which you should take profit on. Go some into BTC, some into silver, a lot into miners. I'm crypto 1st PMs 2nd, but it seems like PMs are going to moon mission first before crypto does again.

>> No.21083232

I’m not familiar with Larry, send a link desu

>> No.21083237

Checked. You going to keep adding? I’m holding 1300 shares of this shit.

>> No.21083251

either way the printer isnt stopping. there is your answer.

>> No.21083254

$1650 gold
$18.50 silver

>> No.21083265

TDA is $7 per OTC trade. It's maddening trying to research because all the articles are out of date and the only way to find out for sure is open an account, transfer money, wait for it to hit and then finally actually try to buy something and see what fees they try to ram up your ass. Hoping for some first hand accounts of exactly what people paid to buy OTCs on different platforms.

>> No.21083283

This. Stimulus might be extra bullish

>> No.21083301


Doubled position before earnings but running out of liquidity to scale in with at this point. Stuck adding on a paycheck basis now. Adding AG, BTG and SVG... mostly AG.

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Idk ask pic related

>> No.21083311

I’m so fucked with my 8/21 calls... god damnit

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>TDA is $7 per OTC trade
I think schwab just passes on the charge of a few cents depending on what the exchange charges.

Damn son. I’m not even really into yuri or women in pain.

>> No.21083405

Fucking sauce

>> No.21083408

I'm in junior miners myself but the metal / miner balance depends on the macroeconomics though.

We have the election that's highly volatile. Election to inauguration is going to be more BS. At anytime if there's a crash in the broader market gold can be traded for miner shares.

>> No.21083415

We had trip 7s not two threads ago for $50, we're good mate.

>> No.21083426

you can check out jmbullion.com, they have a good bit still in stock

>> No.21083428

>I think schwab
yeah but have you actually traded OTC there and know for sure? Schwab seems to list a $50 foreign transaction charge even for domestic OTC trades on their pricing list. Other sites say they charge $5 flat per trade.

I thought maybe /ptg/ would have a pastebin with this kind of info in it but they don't. You'd think it would be common knowledge which place is cheapest to trade penny stocks at, but I can't find conclusive info anywhere.

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Anyone else buying stacks of mercuries from ebay? just got 100 :)

>> No.21083440

Crypto is in a bull market now I'm certain so there's a fear of missing out when taking profits, but I think you're right about moving away from my alts and into BTC/silver/miners. I'll aim for 100 oz at the next dip

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we're gunna see inflation lads

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What am I in for bois?

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>> No.21083506

probability of a crash for the broader market increases next week - in 2008 which was an election year, it was indecisiveness on the 700b rescue package in congress that made prices plummet, not the election. The actual PM movement wouldn't matter.

>> No.21083516

Absurd amounts of fiscal stimulus and loose monetary policy don't guarantee inflation. Think about the measures taken since 2008 and why we've not seen inflation pick up significantly.
Take a look at Japan, who's had near zero rates, absurd QE, even equity purchases, and still has been deflationary.

You don't need YCC/YCT to justify current bond yields given that the market is preparing for the possibility of further deflationary shocks as well as unchecked inflation.

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why? it looks like shit

>> No.21083566

My options for buying good miners from Kiwiland are limited, I currently go through Hatch Invest to get acces to US markets. How is GDXJ?

>> No.21083608


Gold has soared in Japan, and the only reason why the country hasn't collapsed entirely is because it still has the rest of the world to trade with. It will not be the same situation in America or the West in general when the whole system collapses.

Inflation can no longer be redirected into asset-bubbles. P. E. ratios are the highest in human history, so nobody has an incentive to buy stocks; houses are unaffordable for anybody under the age of 40; real unemployment is 40%; and helicopter money will have to be dropped on the public on a regular basis, in order to avoid a violent revolution. Inflation can also no longer be exported to the rest of the world. Nobody believes that the Fed can ever shrink its balance-sheet and normalize interest-rates now. Hence it knows that the U. S. is caught in a debt-trap, and is dumping dollars as fast as it can. Those dollars are going to be coming home very shortly. The process is already starting.

>> No.21083619

zoom out, did it go up between 2008-10?

>> No.21083639

Why doesn't the mint adjust their prices at all? Don't they want to make money?

May as well buy that if you're in the market for physical, literally cheaper than 100oz generic bars right now and you get the numismatic potential too.

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>Absurd amounts of fiscal stimulus and loose monetary policy don't guarantee inflation. Think about the measures taken since 2008 and why we've not seen inflation pick up significantly.
The government has also been heavily gaming inflation stats, hell CPI doesn't even account for food inflation. Holding all things constant, it costs significantly more than official inflation to lead the same lifestyle you had in 2008 in 2020.

>> No.21083663

Oh fug, the san antonio one is already out of stock, three more to go!

>> No.21083671

It should rise by then but you better have iron hands. The miners are getting killed right now for absolutely no reason and will likely continue for some time.

>> No.21083673

besides stacking what do when the $ comes back?

>> No.21083692

Those are 2019 coins, the silver that went into them was probably bought for $15/oz.

>> No.21083701

Anon. A tip from a guy who has been burned by options: don’t do it. If you do make sure you buy longer dated ones. Coveted calls only if you have the shares. Don’t F with options.

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Sauce: Cap from TOS (TDA) OTC foreign stock $6.95 in/out ea.

>> No.21083726

Got 50 for $70 a couple weeks ago ;^)

>> No.21083733

I consider the money evaporated as soon as I hit the buy button, so for me there's nothing to panic sell.

also I must be in the right miners or something since I've been FOMO buying the top of them for two weeks and I'm still only at break even with them.

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im really loving these schiff memes

>> No.21083751

Got one there for about the same price too.

>> No.21083757

>besides stacking what do when the $ comes back?
Get out of dodge since the US will look like early-2000s Argentina.

>> No.21083764

>How is GDXJ?
It's okay, it's safe. I'm more into individual miners myself.

>> No.21083765

Yeah... I really should know by now. Those are just my degenerate gambling outlet. I never bet more than I feel comfortable losing... this time was a bit much though, about a month of ((rent)), for absolutely no reason

>> No.21083778

yep, marine. Property insurance was for houses and boats, back when people were trading with the indies. Eventually people wanted to start insuring shit that went on land, hence "Inland Marine." It'll probably be called something like personal property, collectibles, or something like that. You'll want to ask whoever does your homeowners/renters because the limit for your bullion is likely not enough.

>> No.21083793

Their mines are starting up at the same time silver is about to boom. They were previously much much higher.
That's why.

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I wish webums had sound.

>> No.21083825

Just got 8, gud job fren

>> No.21083828
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Don't forget that as well as inflation, government intervention is the reasons healthcare and education are so expensive.

>> No.21083836

I was reading about hedonic regression and it's some voodoo bullshit. Basically invent 'quality increases' that have 'improved' the products in your CPI basket and write off some amount of the inflation of those products as the cost of that increased quality.

e.g. say that a steak is 20% juicier than it used to be in 2010 so write off 20% of the price increase since 2010 as not being due to inflation.

>> No.21083854

Thanks. Reading up about it looks like a pretty boilerplate EFT, just wondering if there was a known scam with it LOL.
There's about 20 minters in Hatch all things said, so not a lot of choice. I think I'll go with the EFT, safe and boring. Thanks!

>> No.21083857

My plan is marrying a slav in Belarus / Eastern Europe or Magyar in Hungary.

Guess I have to learn Russian. Reverse mail groom incoming.

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kek based fren with a good sense for econ/stats BS.

>> No.21083862


I hold no physical though, only miners lmoa

>> No.21083893

>There's about 20 minters in Hatch all things said, so not a lot of choice. I think I'll go with the EFT, safe and boring. Thanks!
Good luck fren.
If you want something more riskier but with much higher upside, buy some aurcana.

>> No.21083941

It's funny because most of the things that are blue and below the center are things we import from the rest of the world for dirt cheap thanks to our status as reserve currency.
This is all going to come to an end.

>> No.21083950

you best cut that shit out and buy some physical post motherfuckin haste

>> No.21083979

>bought my first ounce of platinum earlier today
>also bought shares in a nickel/PGM miner
Is this a big brain move, or should I have just bought more silver?

>> No.21083990

I'm not american so I'll probably be safe when the collapse happens. My local currency won't go down.

>> No.21084028
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I got 3 oz of plat GOOD MOVE

>> No.21084049

I think the most (personally) interesting relationship has been the flow of people out of the cities and their affect on inventories. It's just so perfectly timed for a complete fallout come November or so. The whole thing is running on fumes of a mass exodus from city centers, and it's just amazing. I have no idea how much longer this will go on, but it's fascinating to watch these liberal city fuckers propping up everything in my suburban markets - cars, rentals, etc. I keep wanting them to go broke over their new liabilities, but that's a bit mean. It's really fucking up my move to a less cucked state.

>> No.21084064

When we go down you all go down just watch motherfucker

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Honestly I hope tech does become more expensive that only means more money for someone like me to make in the used market.

>> No.21084082


Alasdair Macleod says that, when the dollar goes to zero, all fiat currencies are going to zero. All confidence in the fiat system will be completely lost.

>> No.21084090

With sound

>> No.21084120

Pretty bad analysis as they had different mines back then, but this is a cheap and great stock with re-rating coming in 2021 from production, right as Silver surpasses 50.

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>more money for someone like me to make in the used market.

>> No.21084154

what's that kino in the background?

>> No.21084156

Whatd you buy, NILSY? Great company, yuuuuuuge dividend.

>> No.21084167
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It's ogre.

>> No.21084195

>silver miners dump because spot price is red

>> No.21084227

/wsg/ has a dedicated thread for webms with sound. Post over there and then share link.


>> No.21084229

I doubt that.

>> No.21084238

Instead of buying a new PC they instead might decide to buy a used one and its really easy to buy and sell used PC parts. old workstations become decent gaming pcs with the right video card
a bit of money to be made doing it and i would always like new customers

>> No.21084251

T Y P E 1 D I A B E T E S

>> No.21084263
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Two little packages. What could be inside...

>> No.21084271

I already did

>> No.21084280

Good to hear there are more platbros out there!

Not gonna lie, silver/gold memes make me comfy holding silver/gold.
Platinum feels like im going into the mist, alone.
Not NILSY, but youve given me something to do some research on.

>> No.21084285

Watching you retards fomo in at astronomical ATHs makes me giddy. Can’t wait for the next 20 year bear market in PMs.

>> No.21084286


>> No.21084296

All the silver bars backing SLV?

>> No.21084305

I want to buy platinum. Just waiting on SLV to go up a bit more so I can move into physical stuff

>> No.21084310

Imagine thinking the fed can EVER raise interest rates.

>> No.21084323

Normies are really lazy and/or retarded about electronic hardware. It's why people manage to make money running console softmodding services when there's free guides online to do it yourself.

>> No.21084334

If that happens I will stack so much. Im ok with these 10 year cycles.

>> No.21084340
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you just always talk about miners but the only Miner i have is SILJ
should i buy more SILJ, other ETFs or speciftic NYSE miners?

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>> No.21084360

Buy Aurcana before it's too late.

>> No.21084387 [DELETED] 

post here: >>>/wsg/3565117/

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do you do that thing where you order lots of returns from companies to refurb and sell parts?
I've thought about doing that... could even take out the components containing PMs and sell them to someone who wants to bother using acid baths to reclaim the gold/silver in it.

Imaging thinking about THINKING about the fed thinking about thinking about raising rates...

I should really relearn how to softmod a wii so I can play some tetris and shit. But what can be softmodded now that people would actually pay for?

>> No.21084406


To say nothing of the loss of confidence which the demise of the dollar would cause--the other fiat currencies are backed by dollars. When the dollar goes to zero, then, where is their value? They are then undergirded by nothing.

Consider also the state of the world before 1971. Gold was money for 5000 years. We only left that standard because the U. S. lied. It got everybody to use its dollars on the basis that the dollar was as good as gold, and then pulled the rug out. Once that historical anomaly is corrected, it is reasonable to suppose that we'll return to the normal state of affairs.

>> No.21084407

My silver stacks average is pretty low, much lower than the current spot. Not overly concerned with the price going back down.
I am worried about losing the "golden" opportunity to parlay this into something else, though.
Ive been doing a fair amount of research to successfully convince myself that its a good buy. I also seem to get nothing but positivity from other PM stackers, so it seems right.

>> No.21084432

$23.50 and only 17 ounces. I really should have sold everything and dumped it in silver back in April like I intended when I first discovered these threads

>> No.21084444

Same happened here in NZ. Housing market out of control, inflation kicking about, then the central bank increased rates and everything ground to a fucking halt. Absolutely everything.
Didn't take them long to reverse their decision. Now it's inflation all the way to zero interest rates and failure of the currency.

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>> No.21084450

I've always wanted the boxed set of Rhodie gold but the rarity premium just makes it seem an unwise move right now.

>> No.21084468

usually i just flip old workstations turned gaming pcs to zoomers or anyone else who just wants to play fortnite or whatever the latest game of the week is.
its nothing huge but it puts some extra money in my pocket I can use to buy pm miners so it all works out.

>> No.21084487

How can the price possibly drop any meaningful amount while shortages and delays for weeks still exist for something that used be super plentiful like kilo bars of silver.

>> No.21084501

Smooth brain here. What’s silver gonna peak at?

>> No.21084516


Most people should simply stick with SILJ, but I mentioned three junior silver miners in a previous thread which I believe have 10x potential. Fireweed Zinc, Bayhorse Silver, and Tinka Resources. Among them, they have tens of millions of ounces of silver, and yet each stock has barely moved since February. Any day now, they will do what Blind Creek Resources did, and double within a day.

Take Tinka Resources as an example. Some of the best zinc deposits in the world, just as zinc is at a 7-month high; 60 million ounces of silver in the ground; potential for an open-pit mine; no debt; 20 million in cash; located in a safe mining district, central Peru; competent management-team. And yet the stock is still exactly the same price as it was in February. It only needs a little exposure to do what Gold Terra did shortly after the CEO came on the Mining Stock Education Youtube channel. I have put 10% of my net-worth into this stock, just as I did in the case of Gold Terra, because it is like seeing gold on the ground, walking over, and picking it up off the floor.

>> No.21084517

It's manipulated

>> No.21084519

quads for truth
the economy is like a junkie hooked on heroin. He has got used to that sweet sweet junk and now he can't live without it. Stop the junk and everything comes crashing down.
and the kikes being the greedy fuckers that they are have pushed things far past the point where people could try and restore some semblance of normality with some tough love.

>> No.21084521

>crypto is done
lmao, crypto is nowhere near done. in fact we could see a digital US currency backed by silver. both are going to coexist quite well in this new financial world

>> No.21084525

Who knows. True silver peak is when you use it to directly trade for hookers, booze, and ammo.

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>> No.21084538
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>get nervous about silver price rising too fast
>remember the dollar is only 0.5% from a 1 year low and has a long way to go

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Ask yourself first what price gold and silver will peak at in Argentinian pesos and then you will have your answer.

>> No.21084577

>more miners

ok but what about honey? How much honey to make it?

Unironic non meme question

>> No.21084592

I'm gonna start "minting" Kinesis silver if prices stay this high

>> No.21084604

has anyone got their package hijacked or broken into during delivery? Any chance of that increasing as PM goes up, and people pay attention to bullion senders on the packaging?

>> No.21084614

JM Bullion still has Asahi rounds priced at $32 right now, best value for just throwing some small amount at right now. I'd say wait for a dip, but I'm starting to think a reasonable one just isn't happening anytime soon.

>> No.21084619

When do you think this will happen?

>> No.21084622

Bunch of fucking austists, you lot are.

>> No.21084640

Smooth brain remember? I don’t know what the fuck that means

>> No.21084649
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A big mac is 10 syrup bucks... just the burger... before tax.

Truly inflation has now started to affect joe six pack.

>> No.21084694

>I should really relearn how to softmod a wii so I can play some tetris and shit. But what can be softmodded now that people would actually pay for?
Basically, the more of an idiot / patience filter there is (e.x. difficult mod, pre-loaded games), the more money there is to be made.
For example, buy a $30 Wii from garage sale, copy and paste your ISO collection onto a $25 external hard drive, turn around and sell it for $90-$100 as a "pre-loaded Wii". Same thing happens on even piss easy systems to mod such as 3DSes.

Also, the workstation idea that >>21084468 mentioned is also good since stuff like Dell Optiplexes get dumped by offices en masse and if you get one with the right pre-configured RAM and processor, you're usually just a graphics card, SSD, and $20 PSU away from a decent mid-end rig.

>> No.21084719

Most silver bull markets are 6 months

We are now at 4.5 months

Why am I wrong?

>> No.21084728

Whoa dude way to commit securities fraud by making up shit about SLV.

>> No.21084739

This. It's exactly how I bought my first bit. Took my crypto profits and converted them into silver, thus "locking in my profits" and protecting them from inflation. Crypto has been good to me in that regard, the stock market has been an absolute joke.

>> No.21084741

PM dosen't do anything. It just glitters and exist.

It's price ( not value, that stays the same ) depends on how quickly you think the dollar becomes monopoly money. That's what happened with other fiats of smaller economies (the Peso) and we have reason to believe USD is next.

>> No.21084743

Okay I'll spell it out for you. When you are measuring the price of something in a currency which is quickly devaluing/hyper inflating due to reckless money printing, there is no ultimate peak in the asset price. Just like in Argentina, valued in the US dollars gold and silver will just hit new legs higher then consolidate then jump higher again as they account for the decreasing purchasing power of the currency.

>> No.21084749

that would require normies to be aware of PM in the first place. I'd be more worried about the postman before porch pirates honestly.

>> No.21084752

Help me anons. I need to know when to sell my silver.

>> No.21084797

This was supposed to reply to >>21084640

>> No.21084801

what a horrible return on your labor. So you do all of this work, to not even double your money? If you can't get like $200 for these your time is better spent elsewhere

>> No.21084816

>I mentioned three junior silver miners in a previous thread which I believe have 10x potential.
10x in what context? Independent of broader movements in the metals market? You've talked before about how you expect some juniors to go 150x during the coming metals bull, but now for some reason 10x is an impressive return?

Hate to have a shitcoin mindset here, just trying to figure out what you think the absolute top of juniors is going to be.

>> No.21084821

That's not true, because people's perception/need for the metal changes

>> No.21084824
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Bought some bars of soap. Price was inflated yet but I did notice something. I had one more bar of the same unopened that I bought maybe a month ago. It felt heavier. I opened it and compared it to the new soaps I bought recently. These Fucken assholes shrank the size of the soap bar. These Fucken kikes are hiding inflation in plain sight. Just wanted to share a simple story with profound insight.

Keep stacking frens, we are all going to make it.

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>PM dosen't do anything. It just glitters and exist.
>gold, silver and platinum have no industrial use

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this right here is your last chance to buy under $30US. what's everyone picking up?

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another shekel in the pocket of the soap jew

>> No.21084908

>what a horrible return on your labor. So you do all of this work, to not even double your money? If you can't get like $200 for these your time is better spent elsewhere
A Wii takes like 10 minutes to hack. All of the actual time involved comes from copying files over that you can leave running as a background process while you do something else.

I'd kill for my day job to be as relaxed as doing babby's first mod, copy-pasting some files, and playing video games in the background.

>> No.21084917

>besides stacking what do when the $ comes back?
When those dollars return to the u.s. inflation will increase and the cost of consumer goods will go up. If you want to be ready for it pay off all of your debts and stock up on food and water while it is affordable and available. Put special emphasis on bulk food like rice and stuff, that will feed you for the longest possible time at the lowest possible cost. If you can do all of that then get comfy, hold your stack, and watch the world burn.

Seriously though, if the dollar fails international trade will cease because there will be no way to pay for anything. There will be food shortages. Stock up now. And pay off your debts so you and that food dont have to be homeless.

>> No.21084926

Thanks anons. I get it now. So don’t sell my silver?

>> No.21084933

One? fuck that they let you order 99 you could lock up the entire minting with 20 orders yall ain't thinking

>> No.21084935

>These Fucken assholes shrank the size of the soap bar. These Fucken kikes are hiding inflation in plain sight. Just wanted to share a simple story with profound insight.
You just now noticed shrinkflation? That's been a thing for decades.

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shit... there was a free wii on craigslist just last week.

I like these ideas anon. It's been a long while since I built my hackintosh, but I think I could make something happen. Any suggestions on how to find more info and get started?

>> No.21084960

>wake up to see the price of silver plummeted in the last 3 hours
What happened?

>> No.21084961

Its rarer than silver and gold. Its one of the rarest minerals. The fact that it stores insanely well in bullion form lends to that as well as an investment. When there is no more silver or gold, it will be seen as cheap simply because of how little there is. For me its about how much I have. I doubt Ill have more platinum than gold since it has no monetary history, but I will have some.

>> No.21084964

You can sell it to me at spot.

>> No.21084968


I mean in something like between six months to a year. In the long term, all silver miners are going 10x, which is why most people should simply buy SILJ. But by the time SILJ goes 10x, many small-caps will have gone 100x. Small-caps, however, are extremely dangerous, and nobody should buy them who does not know what they are doing.

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I actually ordered a single cyber round because I want one to play with and keep in my pocket and I don't want to ruin the twenty I have in a tube.
that is all. a bit silly when you think about it

>> No.21084995

>pay off debts
>dollars become worthless
you don't know what you're talking about faggot. if dollar is worthless then debts become meaningless

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>> No.21085040

First Majestic posted -0.1 eps when silver was at like $28, how is that even possible

>> No.21085067

>debts become meaningless
No, debts get revalued and you can be sure the exchange rate you receive is not favorable

>> No.21085083

The point was to distinguish PM from other assets that generate value like real estate or company stocks, whose price is affected by its earnings. Yes PM can be a store of value, a unit of transaction, and be consumed as commodity.

In context, I'm trying to describe gold price as a function of the dollar debasement. Take it easy.

>> No.21085088

Yeah he sounded very Jewish with repeating “pay off your debt”. Fuck debt.

>> No.21085090

Theyre pretty focused on growth and acquisitions so its not surprising

>> No.21085104

>sell one single milk spotted 2016 leaf
>they now owe you the deed to their headquarters building
nothin personnel kid

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>> No.21085116

A pot of 300ml per week of life expectancy.

>> No.21085117

Bankruptcy and I still have my stack. Fuck the Jew

>> No.21085121

if its unsecured debt who the fuck cares?

>> No.21085125
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Just giving a shout out to Gregory Mannarino. He makes two videos a day, and yet I cannot miss an episode.


>> No.21085130

>you don't know what you're talking about faggot. if dollar is worthless then debts become meaningless
Bankers usually do bullshit like get denbts partially reinstated after inflation dies down. For instance, in Weimar Germany, a huge chunk of pre-inflation debt was reinstated at 25% of face value in Reichsmarks in 1925.

>> No.21085147

jews happened

>> No.21085150

If you want to follow inflation, watch chocolate bars. The bar size keeps shrinking as inflation creeps up until it reaches a point where the size and price both get bumped up again. Rinse and repeat.

>> No.21085167

Idk what that means. I have 80 ounces. Unfiltered raw organic honey from the south west usa

>> No.21085176

Take any financial advice with skepticism.

I wouldn't. Like a lot of PM holders on this board, PM investments 'mooning' usually mean there's a crisis with money. I'm selling when there's a clear economic recovery in sight.

>> No.21085182

except that's also subject to cacao supply

>> No.21085189

Aurcana and Great Panther are my top performers right now, they've been pumping a lot lately so probably due for a pullback. The panther broke $1 today

>> No.21085191

im willing to accept a dollar backed by honey

>> No.21085192
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> Plummet
Have some perspective anon :)

>> No.21085194

I remember when people got angry at Toblerone for adding more gaps between each triangle of chocolate instead of getting angry at the J_ wish bankers devaluing their currency.

>> No.21085202

Bankruptcy only exists in funny money land. Before we had the fed, we had debtors prisons. Thats one of the things thats coming back once money represents blood and sweat again.

>> No.21085233

You should be asking "how do i MAKE my own honey", anon.
I honestly think many people are already looking at it like its cheap. Check out the 10 year chart on it, looks like its breaking out of a down trend.
Definitely agree with the sentiment towards gold. Silver and golds monetary history is pretty comfy, desu.
>measuring a liquid in ounces
please stop that.

>> No.21085235

get 5kg of honey and you can brew all the mead you'll ever need

>> No.21085241

>ok but what about honey? How much honey to make it?
Bad idea since bee and their hives are still dying off en masse. It'd be like going to the gold standard and then progressively chucking more and more of the nation's gold reserves into the sea.

>> No.21085261

And other ingredients, yes (see: palm oil getting into everything). But as a general trend it works pretty well.

>> No.21085276

Which ones?

>> No.21085283
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Fuck it I'm going in

>> No.21085284

So you’re saying file now. Got it. May as well. I don’t need a credit score.

>> No.21085289

>Yeah he sounded very Jewish with repeating “pay off your debt”. Fuck debt.
Essentially, you want your debt gone before >>21085130 happens. If it's gone before debts get reinstated / interest tweaked, you win. If not, you'll get fucked hard.

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I can't describe the feeling I'm experiencing right now.

>> No.21085314

Thanks anon. Probably best advice I’ve gotten. Would you still buy at current prices or just wait?

>> No.21085318

this guy fucks

>> No.21085343
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> Collectible coins
> 99 items in your cart
> Best spot price at the moment
Well done anon.

>> No.21085351

>A monster box of five ounce chunky coins

Very nice. Do it!

>> No.21085378

Will silver be up long enough to get these >>21085283
delivered and sell them to boomers for $250?

>> No.21085380

tl;dr: btfd and hold strong.

>> No.21085423

KEK some mint employees going to spit out his coffee tomorrow morning

>> No.21085443

pics of order screen, we have to be sure

>> No.21085450

Thanks fren

>> No.21085456


.01g scale
large glass bowls
large spoons
large stock pot
plastic bags
soap mold - search web for inspiration
parchment paper
hand blender/mixer


makes 12x 4oz bars
14oz tallow
10oz olive oil
8oz coconut oil
4.1oz sodium hydroxide (lye)
12.2oz distilled water

1. Combine all the fats and oils in the stock pot over medium low heat until melted and uniform consistency is achieved. Remove from heat and cool to between 100-110F

2. Safety first: goggles, gloves, long sleeves/pants. Mix the lye and the water, stir until dissolved. It will be hot from the chemical reaction. Allow to cool to between 100-110F. If the oils and lye are not cooled to the same range, you can fill your sink with the hottest water from the tap to raise the temperature again.

3. Line the mold with parchment paper

4. When both lye and fats/oils are between 100-110F, carefully pour the lye water into the pot of fats/oils. Using the blender or mixer, mix for 1-2 minutes and then let rest for 4-5 minutes. Repeat mixing and resting until a thin trace is achieved; you will know you have reached trace when the mixture is still a thin liquid, but a spoonful of it dribbled back in leaves a visible trail in the mixture. If the trail is raised from the surface and the mixture is thickening, you've gone a little too far, pour into your mold immediately. If it's as thick as pudding, you're way over. If this happens, don't worry, the batch isn't ruined.

5. Pour mixture into mold and cover with a lid, cutting board, or similar. Insulate it with the blanket/towel. You may need to use the spatula if your trace is too thick.

6. After 24 hours, remove the soap from the mold. If it seems too soft when trying to remove it, wait another 24 hours. Cut the soap into approximately 12 equally sized bars. Cure the bars for 4-6 weeks, turning at least once per week.

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i felt like a fucking schizophrenic lunatic stacking silver now I feel like a RICH schizophrenic lunatic!!!!!!!

>> No.21085468

also you realize that is going to come in a connex shipping container right?

>> No.21085477

but anon I am not dirty

>> No.21085490

shrinkflation bro

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>> No.21085518

I would. PMs are still very much undervalued compared to other asset prices. Mike Maloney is great about differentiating between 'value' and 'price.' Check it out.



>> No.21085571


not after you use real soap you wont be

>> No.21085579

then what happens to gold and silver mining stocks?

>> No.21085609

where is this real shit soap meme coming from?

>> No.21085613

lmao this is hilarious because the economy used to thrive on like 20% interest rates

>> No.21085622


If fiat goes to zero, they will pay their dividends in gold and silver again, as Homestake Mining used to do.

>> No.21085648

did i sleep for a few weeks? last time i looked at silver it was 22 bucks,

>> No.21085664

not sure I understand. Making your own soap saves money, lets you give handmade gifts, and you can tailor your soap to your individual skin type, scent preferences, size, coarseness, texture, etc. there's a reason brad pitt did it

>> No.21085697
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1 bucket should last a familyof 4 a while. Get yourself a hive, I only have 1 so far.
It was normal for every family to have a few hives. sell 1 coin in December for 200 bucks and you can get your self a package of bees, I caught a swarm.

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You got yourself a deal.
If silver hits 200/oz I am selling a coin and getting a beehive.

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>> No.21085838
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>> No.21085858
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Bros what EVEN is this chart
It's purely some kind of fuckery

>> No.21085863

Heres a recent inflation example I noticed, about 2 months ago I went to best buy to get a new laptop for college, I was just window shopping and took a picture of a laptop I wanted, the price tag read $1,099. I come in a month later to buy the laptop and the exact same one had gone up to $1,199, no new specs, nothing, a $100 increase in roughly a month, if your looking at gold and silver as an investment like stocks or crpyto, don't. This shit is getting real and your not gonna want to sell a single troy ounce before this blows over

>> No.21085875

I fucking wish! It won't go any lower than 28.50
No rolling down this mountain, not yet...

>> No.21085880

this would be all of my savings.

>> No.21085903
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I'm destroyed economically

>> No.21085904
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Singles and I buy 600 dollars worth of silver.

Dubs, I nut up and buy an ounce of gold.

>> No.21085944

no, buy more roids and bulk up so you can rob a coin shop in a few months instead. bigger profits

serious answer, if that's actually all your savings again no. PMs should be not more than like 15% of your portfolio. Even the most schizo stackers don't advocate for over 30%.

>> No.21085950
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check the weather of the area your getting your package from so as to make sure weather was good for queen mating flights, making sure she got filled up by drones real good.

>> No.21085954

Bro that is so much money.
Do you really think this is the best choice?
Ammo, land, multiple cheap junk cars, renewable energy sources, setting up self made water well & refinement, etc.

Do you have any of this right now? Lastly I hope you have a considerable amount of gold...

Are you A FED?

>> No.21085969

More ding ding.

>> No.21085972
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>tfw most anons like me panic bought ATBs
>literally no downside even if it slides to 24 an oz
>just a bit more premium
i dont know if my heart can take any more

>> No.21085978
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nigga why not tho

>> No.21086005

What bout trips? All of the above?

>> No.21086013
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>when it goes up for a dollar a day for the past week and then it drops 45c

>> No.21086018

>Avoids Creatine
>Dies in a sauna of do to a steroid aggravated heart defect.
The only reason he's worshipped instead of super Mong is that he had the courtesy to die.

>> No.21086019

$50 silver is nothing. $100 silver is coming.

>> No.21086023

Redpill me on the potential of the 2021 gold and silver eagles getting RFID or some mintID bullshit in them along with a shit new design

>> No.21086029

I wish I would have done this instead of participating in tge bread and circus media nonesense, I could have had so much more silver.

>> No.21086039

are you asking why it's good to have a diversified portfolio? all your eggs in one basket, etc.

>> No.21086047

I came

>> No.21086061
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Peter Schiff recommends gold/silver mining stocks, but what happens to your investments in these stocks if the dollar rapidly loses value? Would you lose all of this value? How would you cash out?
What if your stocks are priced in another currency?

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>all your eggs
i like eggs

>> No.21086070

i have a kilo of gold, ill be fine, i have the money in cash in my safe i just want to get this box of rocks.

>> No.21086095

thats some pussy shit

>> No.21086101

It's just people pulling out of paper stocks because 30 is a nice round number. They've made their money.

>> No.21086106

I cant afford anything but straight junk silver right now. I bought in at $14. I bought in at $18. I bought in at $23.00. I could wait another month. We just may cross into $40.00 an ounce by then.

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How did I do lads?

>> No.21086150

no, the pussy shit is going all in on silver when stocks have historically had a better return against gold and silver, by every conceivable metric. The only reason you would go all i.e. 100% on PMs is because you're a scared little bitch that thinks the sky is falling every week.

>> No.21086157

>not advocating for over 30% in PMs
>currently 60% in PMs, 30% stocks, 10% $$$
maybe im full on crazy????

>> No.21086166


See >>21085622

If fiat goes to zero, the mining companies will pay your dividends in gold and silver. When he recommends gold stocks, Peter Schiff knows what he's doing.

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Be me, be 70% crypto 15% pms. only 15% cash left.

Fuck it, buying more silver.

>> No.21086173

>Would you lose all of this value? How would you cash out?
You wont have to worry about loosing value if its based in another country. The U.S has the most to loose right now as opposed to some European miners.

Pro tip: Don't buy outside of Europe.
Every other country is just a constant stream of either war lords or drug lords. Not much difference between those two. Central Asia of Russians & serbs are ok too.

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>> No.21086186

but bro i want more

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>> No.21086198

is that 31.50 USD per?

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didn't notice when the bar soap jew made the bars lather less while (((they))) did make them 'melt' faster over a decade ago

lads, the soap jew is real

>> No.21086214


honestly, yeah, you are. You're probably going to have a huge increase coming in that part of your portfolio soon, but you should have a plan to divest and diversify. Real estate, dividends, maybe speculate on some crypto if you feel like it, don't forget to actually cash some out and enjoy life, etc.

>> No.21086228

Yesh that's why I don't bathe

>> No.21086240

I don't want dividends, I want to cash out and use my money as I see fit.

>You wont have to worry about loosing value if its based in another country. The U.S has the most to loose right now as opposed to some European miners.
I'm talking about Ca nada

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>> No.21086254

>i have the money in cash in my safe i just want to get this box of rocks.
Well start investing in your own infrastructure before rocks anon. If you're in a red state there still will be initial outbreak of chaos if not from the cities than the surrounding states.

That said though any red state means you will be able to do well above a 50% increase of profit on silver in the next year, but you will need to spend that cash fast on the things I mentioned. If you dont have wood working tools & arable land than you will need to buy it with a fraction of the silver you're about to dump on when the FULL MOON comes along.

A good amount here lives in the country already, but many still do not.

>> No.21086256

uh what the fuck are the chinks doing to my silver

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>Wanted to post me unboxing a 1kg and a 10 ounce bar I just got.
>Dad wanted to unbox it with me and see all my silver
>Didn't end up taking meme photos of the unboxing but rather had a good chat with my dad.

>> No.21086273

why would he invest in real estate when it's nearing the end of an 18 yr cycle and prices are already heinously overpriced and there are TENS OF MILLIONS of people up for eviction in the united states alone. let's also forget commercial real estate is going to take a huge shit too lmao. people like you should not be passing out advice.

>> No.21086279

That isn't inflation fucktard, that is a lack of supply because China shut down.

>> No.21086294

>I'm talking about Ca nada
There's no difference anon. If anything you're even more screwed. Canada can only into world power because of the U.S & your government is even more liable to sell out to China at any given moment than the U.S.

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That is awesome glad you had a good talk with your pops. Family is more important forget about the meme images.
now that being said you at least got pics after, right?

>> No.21086320

Thats what counts though anon.

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>based dad and son unboxin times
ya did good kid

>> No.21086325

That's what I paid per in Canadian dollars a while back.

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What should I buy on this dip lads, 50oz of silver or 1oz of gold? Dubs decides

>> No.21086347

About $500 on the yellow stuff and $13 on the grey stuff.

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>> No.21086352

No but I will post one now fren

>> No.21086361

id buy into her dip

>> No.21086372

>you don't know what you're talking about faggot. if dollar is worthless then debts become meaningless
If the dollar becomes worthless your debts will not go away. Do you think the banks will let you go that easily? If the dollar goes to zero the banks will instantly forclose your mortgage and aggressively evict you from your home because your house, a physical asset, will be the only thing of value the banks have left in their portfolio without the dollar.
>But Anon, why would they take my home? If the dollar collapses nobody will be able to but my house, so why cant I just stay?
Because the banks dont care about any of that. If they own your home and you are not getting a free lunch by living in it without being able to pay then they are happy. Even if the house crumbles to nothing after sitting empty for 30 years.

>> No.21086374

this must mean both

>> No.21086384

>What should I buy on this dip lads
When are we dipping?
>Dubs decides
You already tripped.
Looks like you have to buy both 50oz & 1 oz of gold.

>> No.21086394

This fight happening right now at $28 is interesting.

>> No.21086424


i don't think you understand how buying mining stocks in fiat works
I need another opinion plsthx
Schiff says we're getting rich off of them, I mean at some point we can sell our shares and convert to gold/silver right?

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It’s just the rumbling of a Saturn V rocket on it’s way to the moon

>> No.21086466

Stock is shares in a company if you own the shares the currency of the nation can change but you still own the company. They will just pay dividends in whatever new currency is being used. Or you can sell the shares for whatever new currency is in use.
Its the same as if you owned property and you sell it in the new economic system

>> No.21086469

Convince me not to fomo buy a couple myself

>> No.21086496


I don't think you understand. If we get a reset, and a company is paying its dividends in gold, how do you think that company is going to be valued in the new paper currency?

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I got these little guys today

>> No.21086554

Looking like the line was held. Pretty cool
*knock on wood*

>> No.21086575

>I mean at some point we can sell our shares and convert to gold/silver right?
Ideally yes, but just as >>21086166 the pay out in dividends could be gold/silver which may be worth to hold onto in the long run.

Short term sell outs will get you gold/silver, but you're going to be taxed at the end of the year, so just prep for that. You know this though. You're a smart guy. The silver supply will not last the way it is going right now though. Even with JP Morgan falsifies their silver amount they will just default on any deals & horde to hold/maintain their current power as it is now. JP Morgan knows they wont face many repercussions.

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very nice
you did good

>> No.21086623

Ok, well china can suck my balls and you can go right after

>> No.21086625

You are low on pepper and where is the basil, paprika and dutch mayonnaise? What sort of white person are you?

>> No.21086632

Sexy, sexy hand pours

>> No.21086633

Nice kilo anon.
I've been eyeing a kilo for some time now. I may just opt out for 25oz given the current price.

>> No.21086656

If i lose big, then i guess its my loss to deal with. Not having a plan is always silly, though :)
Pretty unlikely. Canada would go through a civil war, before selling out to chinks.
T. Canadian.
Those are pretty, anon! Been loving the look of hand poured bars!

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Silver utensil chad reporting in

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It's my first kilo bar, they are so nice to hold. If I can I think I'll stick to stacking kilos.

The ten ounce is nice as well, it's a lot shinier than I thought it would be.

>> No.21086711

nice photo boss. got any more?

>> No.21086724

I think the larger one, like the other anon says, has that hand poured look and while it does not have the shine it has a real aesthetic quality that even coins are lacking.
congrats if you can afford to keep stacking that large. keep up the good work because you might be priced out soon depending on how fast the price increases occur

>> No.21086754

>Pretty unlikely. Canada would go through a civil war, before selling out to chinks.
Toronto & Ontario: Flooded by Chinese
Your PM: Sell out already
Look around you anon.
Every libtard politician is trying to make their countries in North America as vassal state to China. Even then, the libtard politicians aren't going to make it out of this. They're going to be eaten by the mobs they thought they had leashes on along with the shadow government.

>> No.21086794

Stacking kilos is economic, but that fractional benefit isn't there.

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>> No.21086833

I've already got alot of fractional I want some big bars so I can buy a house or start a business or something in a decade from now.

>> No.21086929

Anyone who can make a chart like that must
know what he is talking about. I'm selling all of it tomorrow

>> No.21086963

If this is the case than I cannot wait to buy in on the low.

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>> No.21086989

Oh well heck yeah than man.
I'm happy for you then.
Go for it. Im thinking of my own comany too, but I agree - maybe

>> No.21087027

New Tread: >>21086405

>> No.21087033

This is an interesting sentiment. There are a lot of people that are on the boat you are on. I sort of think it's never going to happen like that. There are so many mentally deranged, mentally damaged and out right sick people that would stand in the mobs way... the mob you speak of. Just yesterday I somehow watched a small bit of a Rick Ross mansion tour. I don't know who Rick Ross is and what his talent is but he's about as black as you can get and I'm guessing he's not a brain surgeon, bridge engineer, farmer, teacher, machinist, accountant, truck driver, server or anything that actually makes the economy go. As a lowly 5th world creature peering into America I don't understand your BLM and economic meltdown while this black has a mansion that took a huge amount of work to make (even if it is shitty American construction). There are just so many parasites not only on the American productive class but on the world. I occupy a lowly spot unable to ever imagine to afford a Rick Ross mansion, and I'm not biter or upset by that, but I look at my boss that has run a business for decades and actually does a huge amount of good for the world and he's never going to afford that... actually no one I know is even approaching the wealth of American niggers. So do you real;ly think the American nigger is going to let go of slaving you? Letting you revolt and make order if what you think is your house?

>> No.21087042

So I talked my mother into buying ~140 toz about a month ago, and I told her and my dad that I just wanted cash to buy silver with instead of a birthday present. I was hoping for like a hundred bucks or so, but mom decided to just give me 40 of hers. I won't be getting a christmas present this year lol.

>> No.21087043

I second this! May the digits bless us with another chance!!

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>> No.21087243

go to bed or /pol/ shiro
youre drunk

>> No.21087334

Anywhere have kilos in stock?

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