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Union thread

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

>Russian/European coins

>Relevant information regarding mining companies

Previous thread:

JFK Peace Speach:

>> No.24652077

First for fuck a PMG fork. UNITED WE STAND.

>> No.24652104

Also, some stacks from last thread. >>24647876 >>24646057 >>24651883

>> No.24652114
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what is the french fry bow tie of precious metals?

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A combination of physical PM and miners is what will make us retire before 35.

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>JFK Peace Speech
Here's my Christmas stack but the right way up

>> No.24652240

How come the upside down image from last thread was 4624x3472 but now it's 1714x1286

>> No.24652275
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Miner bros, does today seem kind of strange? PM s are quietly having a decent day yet my miners are down overall, many by around 1%

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I am too paranoid about opsec to post stacks or funs

>> No.24652320

I was about to buy some miners earlier this year but I felt something holding me back. Don't know if I was right (haven't really kept up with the prices) but I'll need more convincing on the miners at this point

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dummy!! post partial stack so we can say how lovely it is


>> No.24652379

I don't think we can know in advance what an appropriate sell price is. What you have to do is have a general idea at what price, right now, would be a compelling price for you to sell. As the PM approaches that price, you have to evaluate economic conditions as well as market sentiment to decide whether to sell or hang on.

In 2011, there was extreme bullishness on silver and that was an indicator sell.

At the moment, I will prepare to sell a portion of my silver (I have thousands of ounces) if it hits $45/ozt. Of course, as I said above, I must evaluate economic conditions and sentiment. If the USD totally goes to pot and it costs $20 for one chicken egg, then obviously $45/ozt is too low for silver. Likewise, if CPI, PPI, PCE are low and you have trolls all hyping silver, it's probably time to sell at least a portion. Likewise, one should sell or hedge one's mining stocks in such an environment.

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i really do enjoy laughing at all you pathetic silver stackers. i own a metals recycling company and i’ve been in the mining business for 30 years now. you people are the most pathetic i have seen in a long time. none of you will ever be as successful as me no matter how much worthless silver you have.

>> No.24652535

I guess the image viewer shows a compressed image, I took an image straight out of that. I don't mind though as the current resolution is more pleasant to view in the thread

>> No.24652556

I really do appreciate these bait posts
I don't think the original guy behind it has posted in forever

>> No.24652566

debt is no problem. we just print more dollars. debt is a fiction. it only exists in your mind.

>> No.24652569

You can wipe the metadata and you can always set the stage in a way that makes it impossible to deduce location from the point of view. Also you can use a secure VPN if you're worried about somebody tracking down your IP or something silly like that.

>> No.24652581

I think with the mining stocks especially you have to think about what signs you're going to look for as sell signals. With mining stocks you have two intermediate steps to get from stock>dollar>PM> to assets. Whereas PMs are just PM>asset in the event of hyperinflation/hyperdeflation, and that seems to be what people are holding mining stocks and PMs for

>> No.24652612

> I don't think the original guy behind it has posted in forever
Who? Big Bob? He shits up the thread every day now

>> No.24652628

Is Pretium a good mining stock?

>> No.24652656

How many of y'all are leafs? I feel like there's more leafs ITT than CANGEN

>> No.24652669

Also, are we really so sure that manipulation of price in terms of dollars won't prevent the price from mooning during that sort of scenario? If everybody is trying to get out of dollars then mining stocks will dump super fast from the peak assuming the spot price of PMs has increased and they have traced the movement without manipulation on either

>> No.24652675

True, the mining stocks are essentially a derivative of the PMs themselves. However, it is possible though highly unlikely that the management of a mining company are exceptionally skilled traders/macro economists and can hedge their production. I wouldn't count on it, though. That said, mining stocks are very easily sold and can be sold in a few seconds without much thought. Selling physical PMs one has in one's possession is more difficult, which I why I recommend everybody draft a plan for selling so when the time comes, they won't suffer some sort of paralysis by analysis.

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Peace treaty edition.

Big coin post bros. I need help! These are my deceased fathers coins! No idea where to start. If you recognize anything please halp!

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From top left to bottom right.
1. Chinese coin.
2. Korean maybe?
3.tiu kronur island.
4 east carribean

>> No.24652769

Leaf here. Tax on sovereigns makes me sad. I want a treasure chest full of them.

>> No.24652782

>order from SD bullion for the second time, nothing big, just a few ounces from the Black Friday sale
> comes with a card: "Our mission is to glorify God through how we manage and serve our customers
>quotes Psalm 62(NIV)
Yup, definitely ordering from them again

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damn i really need a sterling chalice or something i can pour constitutional in

>> No.24652803

I didn't see the second half of your posting before posting my initial reply. My view is not as complicated as yours because I do not believe there will be a hyperinflation. This means that if I were to sell my mining stocks because a price target has been achieved, I would feel relatively comfortable holding cash.

I posted a series of long posts a few days ago that went into much more detail about this. The principal signal to sell a mining stock (assuming no fraud, mismanagement, or government interventions) would be the same signal for selling physical PMs. When the PMs are skyrocketing and everyone and his dog is hawking PMs as a way to get rich, it's time to sell or hedge one's PMs and mining stocks positions.

>> No.24652857

Leaf here
Sincerely considering just stacking junk US silver since it's more cost-effective, but I own sunshine mint and maple leaf stuff

>> No.24652901

A good production hedge for precious metals mining companies is simply put base metals. If pm's go down and the economy starts doing well base metals will go up thanks to industry. But for deflation? I don't think many companies hold short positions on 30-year treasuries

>> No.24652948

I'm just distrustful of stocks because they are different from PMs in that PMs have two prices really, the spot price and the real price (man to man); Stocks can only be bought and sold digitally. PMs will always have the backdoor escape route of being able to sell to someone even though that would mean less liquidity whereas in a digital/online market you have access to pretty much anyone who would want to buy. So there's pros and cons, but I feel safer in PMs.

In terms of public acceptance of PMs, in my view that is going to be hyperinflationary because if the masses got so far off the reservation that they are starting to use gold and silver as money again the dollar paradigm will have lost substantial hold over their minds and therefore will be worth less

>> No.24652970

Where will the gold/silver ratio be in one year? Five years?

>> No.24653013

In other words, I think it's unlikely that people will think about their PMs as something to pawn off for dollars in the next crisis (if we're not already in one), they'll probably want to barter it commodity for commodity, asset for asset

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Kennedys and franklins

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Shit no one knows where it will be in 1-5 days man. I have had it with the tourists, this is not a shitcoin.
Do not overextend yourself buying PM's, Try to buy the dips, buy what you can when you can and try to keep your cost per OZ as low as you can.

>> No.24653081

There is tax on anything less than 999 anon

>> No.24653131

Hold on let me go ask my crystal ball

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>> No.24653254

Is that an Israeli coin in the corner?

>> No.24653261

First for selling klondike

>> No.24653489

Anyone else die a little inside when they lose change, even just a penny?
>inb4 kike

>> No.24653592

I vacuum change out of my car at the public car wash

>> No.24653668

>the game can go on forever!
said every toppled-paradigm in history

>> No.24653709

IIRC CBSA told me that actual coinage with a stated value doesn't have tax, but sub-quality bullion does have a tax
I could be wrong; I have to find the email again

>> No.24653745

The store told me 80% canadian junk has tax.

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henlo my fren
welcome to the machine

>> No.24653759

I have had a very interesting thought with regard to repudiation of the fiat USD. While many believe that it would be hyperinflationary, perhaps guaranteed so, I believe that is entirely dependent on US policy. Mind you, I agree that the monkeys in charge of the Fed and Treasury probably don't have the guts to do what I'm about to say but hear me out.

If the USD were repudiated and people started transacting using PMs or even a foreign currency whenever possible, it doesn't change the fact that all US government debts are denominated in USD and must e paid in USD. What the US government could do is get real religion when it comes to fiscal rectitude and start actually paying down the debt. The populace would have to continue paying all taxes in USD which creates a demand for USD. Eventually, the debt would all be paid off.

Here's the interesting thing that was brought to my attention that I hadn't previously considered. The USD has lost purchasing power every year since its devaluation in 1933. During that long period of time the USD lost purchasing power, the US debt got bigger and bigger. Wouldn't it stand to reason, then, that the USD would get stronger and stronger as the debt diminished? If we got serious about eliminating the debt by paying it off, it might even be possible that $20 would buy an ounce of gold once again. Of course, the US would see a long deflation during this period.

The US would not even have to pay off all the debt. The paying off of a good portion of the debt would encourage people and foreign investors to once again want to hold USD. You need only look at what happened to the Canadian dollar from the 1980s to around 2003. Once Canada cleaned up their books somewhat, the CAD went from $0.63USD to about $1.08USD.

>> No.24653851

oh wew yeah I guess there is
iirc even with tax the premiums from leaf sellers are comparable; I think there's a $30 difference with $5 fv merc dimes even after the exchange rate; GST brings that down to a $20 difference

>> No.24653855

Biden is going to forgive all the debt
liberal paradise is just right around the corner

>> No.24653908

It will be a moment in heaven then years in hell. It is just an example when they reject the free salvation of god.
Canadian junk silver is nice, but american junk silver is even more nice. I just can not wait for me to have a tube of covid silver from my lcs, and soveriegn case of gold.

>> No.24653910

Fuck you goy, I’m going to use Kabbalah to curse you for eternity!

>> No.24653930

That remains to be seen. For all we know, Biden is saying whatever the idiots want to hear so he can get elected. He's senile now so maybe he's nothing but a puppet with Harris' arm deep up his ass, pulling his strings. But if he's even marginally cogent, he'll revert to form and fuck over his constituents; i.e., no free gibs.

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Why didn't you buy Iron Ore stocks?

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Anyone feel like shilling me some miners? All I'm holding is NEM, GOLD and KGC right now. Got a solid stack of physical too

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rate my topaz

>> No.24654180

Look at the OP before you ask anything

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If you give me a quick pitch on NEM or KGC I can give you pitches on some of the holdings I have in my folio

>> No.24654234

Seems fake, but it has a nice blue.

>> No.24654243

nice stone homie

>> No.24654312

probably, I picked it up on ebay for $3. It's not glass since it's able to scratch glass with it.

>> No.24654357

>bought McEwin 5000 shares at $1.45
Will this piece of shit ever do anything?

>Aurcana doing nice
I want more

>> No.24654424

Yeah....It is a fake. It has too many defined ridges.

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here's a sapphire and an (uncut) emerald too.

>> No.24654456

Strong Q320 financials with 25% EBIT, zero liquidity or solvency concerns, 83% institutional ownership. Im following the money and when a PM moon mission happens it will be one of the first names normies will FOMO into since its one of the largest cap and recognizable names. Maybe not the greatest potential for returns but I believe solid selection to have in the portfolio.

Just about the opposite in every way, more potential for returns

>> No.24654483

These are neat
Where'd you cop them from?

>> No.24654499

Are you sitting on a half mill. Holy fuck i need to learn how to do options

>> No.24654503

Is that an emerald? It looks more like jade.

>> No.24654533

We are working on limiting miner discussion as a compromise between stackers and miners in this board. Attempt to do DD before asking for blind recomendations

>> No.24654544

Feel like GPL is being heavily supressed right now. There is some funky shit happening. I'm also the anon with 100k+ in miners and was shilling $UUUU here for months. I like Pure Gold as well, but not sure about the entry price here. GPL seems to have a bigger upside.
T.20k share holder

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CLF is popping off dudes

Holy shit

Grab some

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found this neat photo in the BC archives, a 125 tonne boulder of galena. The finders were paid $2000 dollars for the boulder in 1889, and when smelted it turned out to be 80% silver with a melt value of $20,000. The men who found the boulder believed more were nearby, but no other silver ore was recovered.

>> No.24654575

That wasnt a very good pitch for kgc. They trade at seven times earnings, just released q3 financials anf announced dividends.

>> No.24654598


Interesting, thanks

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>> No.24654691

just go onto ebay and look at loose gemstones I paid like $50 for 8 stones. The only thing to keep in mind is they take awhile to come in
the listing said emerald but I wouldn't be surprised if it was jade.

>> No.24654741

We support our miners since they give us the inside scoop where we can get the hot hot deals.
Also, PAN MAN. Welcome back. How was your day?

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I don't think you were around at the end of the previous thread panman but I love your rock porn, I wish this one was in color just because I can't even imagine the lewd details in black & white

>> No.24654761

How many people here actually engage in numismitry? As in buying coins based on condition, date, mint mark, etc. rather than intrinsic value. I’m asking to gauge the numbers of many people we have that are more interested in physical than miners

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>just go onto ebay and look at loose gemstones I paid like $50 for 8 stones. The only thing to keep in mind is they take awhile to come in
To add to this do not buy from china obviously unless you like pretty glass, even others are still suspect but if it come from chinka it is glass

>> No.24654810

>msm forced to seriously address the possibility of a Trump presidency
>public and normies freakout
>market dumps
>Fed steps in right alongside real main Street stimulus
>Gold breaks $2000 and further to ath
>Silver jumps to at least $30

Tell me why this isn't exactly what's going to happen. Also, /SMG/ lurkers, what other trades can I make based on this prediction?

>> No.24654898

Don't make positions based on political opinions. Basically identical to making plays based on emotion. You will lose.

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>> No.24654938

Alright I see you like majors anon. I'm more of a junior guy. Guess I could give a rundown on my favorites.
Rare alkaline gold deposit with brownfield + greenfield potential in Fiji. Property along strike with major gold mines, 10-20Moz Au potential. Renowned geologist Quinton Hennigh on board. About 65% of shares in retail, robust financials (funded for three to four years), assay/sample lab in full ownership in Fiji, initial production in two to three years at the earliest. Two brand new underground drill rigs to be shipped in January for continued drilling in the old Tuvatu mine located in property for drilling closer to the deposit, with drilling to continue with three (was it three?) drills on surface as long as weather allows (rainy season coming)

Another company located in Fiji. Very small junior exploration company with four properties located close by to each other. Two properties with high grade zinc-copper VMS deposits -- probably part of the same deposit, also company in progress of staking a claim of a piece of land that would combine these properties -- of which they're exploring the other one with their JV partner JOGMEC that is fully funding exploration. Then they've got a copper-gold porphyry asset with promising potential; as well as a gold-silver sulhpidation asset that they're going to begin drilling any day now.

Interesting story. They had a JV with Centerra who had spent million on exploring the property and readying it for drilling. Centerra had come up with over 100 drilling targets until they suddenly gave back full interest to Mammoth after a corporate decision to retreat from Mexico altogether due to safety concerns. MTH is now trying to ready themselves for a major drilling program of their own. The property bears a lot of gold and has big potential. Share is way undervalued now and I regret buying only 4k shares at 0.055CAD. Will probably add more at some point. Share at 0.09CAD now, target is at least 0.2CAD

>> No.24654945

What happens to prices if Trump says "fuck it," declares martial law, and tosses the election? Obviously, ground-level chaos will be a sight to behold, but how would it affect the markets?

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>For all we know, Biden is saying whatever the idiots want to hear so he can get elected.
no way. US politicians would never do such things.

>> No.24654975
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I was trying to get some sleep but ended up saying fuck it and than passed out a 4 in the morning after snooping the archives for hours. Only been awake for an hour.
Heres another interesting shot.

>> No.24654992

Many rich people stack level 70 grade stuff since they have the legal code written so it will not get confiscated. Why do you think they are leading the market to hate gold, silver, and paladium while leading them into crypto? That is because they know what is coming up.
As an example, look at the confiscation of pre 1933 gold coins for FDR. Only the rich had a ton while the poor lemmings did not, and were jailed.

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I'm not predicting who the president will be. I'm predicting uncertainty and chaos by design.

>> No.24655039

Or many asian countries tbf
I feel like gems are even more suspect than coins when it comes to eBay though
GR Auctions doesn't seem like a great website either
As a whole online gems seem kinda sketch

I have a very limited interest in numismatics; I only like one series and the prices that people are paying for them is starting to wear on me

>> No.24655088

I did buy a "sapphire" from china for like $5, this one was cheap glass.

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Thanks for the thoughtful post. I need to beef up my DD. Will look into them very interesting stuff.

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Seeing as this /pmg/ thread is very pleasant I think I'll add to it with an extremely rare booba, just for /pmg/ frens. It's got optical flow interpolation to make it look extra smooth.

>> No.24655136

Anyone use Prospectors Gold and Gems to refine their stuff?

A lot of my items are sterling jewelry plated or filled with gold. But these guys want you to separate your gold and silver so what happens if I send in 100 ounces of sterling junk most of which is gold filled or plated?

I emailed them and but the response was barely in english..which is a bit worrying.

>> No.24655158

Everything becomes a shitshow because people will start exiting the USD as fast as possible
Global instability would be incredibly likely

>> No.24655186

I'm not seeing this increase.....are you bullshitting me mang

>> No.24655213

I thought there were some gold and silver coins that were exempt from confiscation if it was minted before a certain date? I was thinking about converting most of my stack to Morgan dollars. Most are 1921 and earlier. Whats the cut off for silver and gold?

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Did you mean:
>Canada Silver Copper Nickel Cobalt Battery Nothing Works
Make sure to read the pastebin in the OP and really try to learn about how the industry operates. I see you understand the financial/corporate side pretty well but you should really know what these companies do and are up to, and you should understand grades and drilling results and quantities & etc. when you're going into juniors. Happy learning!

>> No.24655239

I would agree with that tho were in the uncertainty part right now once we know who wins then the chaos will ensue

>> No.24655340

We do not know, but I am guessing all coins that are IRA citified should be off your stack (or on depending upon how you see it). I keep a small allocation to it, and I see Junk silver as a liability if you plan to stay on the grid, but a massive boon if you go off.
It ultimately depends if you want to stick with developed nations or developing nations since their implementations of laws will be different.

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Appreciate it. I work in corp valuations so I'm comfortable from that perspective, but I'm mostly looking at large/mid cap tech and bio companies so totally different space. DD for investments is another full time job and I get lazy sometimes which is a very bad habit. Got to do the DD to make sure the returns are there. Cheers

>> No.24655496

I do very little, I'm mostly in it for the melt vale of items rather than collectibility.

>> No.24655507

I don’t like slabshit either, my area of interest is foreign gold and silver coins. Hopefully we can get more discussion going regarding those

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Cool to see an /smg/ guy coming here with an open mind ready to learn about mining. If you've any questions that come up during DD or during reading the pastebin, just ask away. Plenty of people here can help you and we even have industry professionals in the thread who understand how things work in practice and who've experience that no amount of learning or DD could ever bring. One thing for juniors is that the price of the stock responds to new value being created rather than earnings. New value is created when the company explores a property and begins defining their deposit(s) and creating resource/reserve estimates, meaning the share price moves in accordance to the estimated net present value of the mine even though it might take many years to even begin developing a mine.

>> No.24655570

As a MUX bagholder I'll shill it to you. It's history of fuck ups, debt load, and even now shutting down one of its projects again over the cough has ensured its price is lagging and got hammered down again and again.

Maybe it won't be the success Goldcorp was(I'm still betting on it). But I do know no way has it already Mooned or is overvalued like some other Miners you see in these threads these days.

>> No.24655585

Should things really hit the fan, is it possible for the government to throw out an executive order for citizens to turn in their metals? If so, what's the proper response to say you "don't" have metals?

>> No.24655610

I don't mind slabs but it has to be for something that's legitimately rare, like either old as shit or less than 2k mintage
Foreign coins would be fun to talk about though, I'm a large fan of the old swiss 20 francs. I just want the value of gold to go down so I can cop more lol

>> No.24655634

Sell metals that have a paper trail, buy gold watches. Claim they are family heirlooms.

>> No.24655642

>is it possible for the government to throw out an executive order for citizens to turn in their metals
Anything is possible if they try hard enough and they did it once already
>If so, what's the proper response to say you "don't" have metals?
Don't get caught, anyway

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>> No.24655716

Watches and jewelry are some of the best ways to hide wealth from prying hands

>> No.24655801
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You would have to be a mother fucking whale to warrant coming after you at all. The amounts 99% of us on here have I doubt would ever warrant anything besides scare tactics to voluntarily turn them in

>> No.24655862

bros merely having gold and silver is so exciting

>> No.24655880

If you sell, wouldn't you need to keep a record of the sale so you can show it to the feds when they ask where all of those PMs you bought went?

>> No.24655912

never forget what they took from you

>> No.24655918

fucking KEK

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Sure , but who the fuck are you going to sell that shit back to to get your money out of it? For many selling pm's will be hard enough in situations. In any situation I could not imagine trying to offload a 10k watch, jewelry is always like half appraised value especially when most of the "value" is derived from the real "boomer rocks" diamonds which are fucking worthless

>> No.24655928

that's gay

>> No.24655947

np, fren.

>> No.24655973

What are the chances that some
99.9 tantalum on eBay from China a) is actually tantalum and b) is actually 99.9?

>> No.24656006

yeah diamonds are actual shit, I will never marry a girl who wants diamonds when there are stones with actual value
but good watch brands can be easy to offload; rolexes typically move for their sale price at the very least unless they're broken

the high IQ move is to get the jewelry at auction for half its value and then keep the appraisal around so it can be sold for half again

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>I have a:gambling problem , drinking problem , drug problem , prostitute problem or all of the above

>> No.24656032

France doing a U-turn on nuclear after all? Mega bullish for uranium miners. Shame I haven't yet built a sufficient position on Au&Ag... I'll invest in U later

>> No.24656040

>from China
it's probably aluminum

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Its all very exciting thats for sure

Noted kek, thanks

Watches are very liquid and go for their market value on eBay and Chrono24, etc. Its a massive market, as long as you're sticking to the big names

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Hello frens.

>> No.24656089

Quality watches actually hold their value fairly well. But they're valued much like numismatic coins, they have collectible value. Same goes for fine wines, vintage cars, etc. Diamonds are trash though yeah

>> No.24656106

Probably somewhere between 150 and 0

>> No.24656142

No way, the weight would obviously be way off if they did that

>> No.24656157
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Holy golden stack

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!!! RED ALERT !!!



>> No.24656163

Ya boi just went platinum today.

>> No.24656168

ah. 50/50? it might be real, but hell no it would be .999

>> No.24656200

Based Tantalum poster. You don’t happen to fancy ball valves as well do you?

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>good watch brands can be easy to offload; rolexes typically
>Watches are very liquid and go for their market value on eBay and Chrono24, etc. Its a massive market, as long as you're sticking to the big names
Selling rolexes on feebay in a government trying to confiscate property situation. I don't think you guys are understanding the reality of it, who do you think is going to want your rolex in these situations? This is when the lead , brass, and tin can stacks come in to play. Your rolex may be worth something after the necessity of lead , brass , and tin stacks have died down

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Moon in 3... 2... 1...

>> No.24656234

Thanks pan, think I'm gonna roll the dice and go for it. My tantalum stack is sorely lacking

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>tfw gold will never be $200/toz
>tfw silver will never be $5/toz
It fucking hurts lads

>> No.24656252

Yeah that's probably the reason everything is trading low today
I hope they just threaten it so that I can buy the dip though lol DeFi is kinda based

>> No.24656262

Are you lurking these threads Taylor? Or is a AI algorithm just stalking us here on /PMG/?

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>> No.24656310

I mean you're right, it's just hypothetical. We're also assuming that the government made a provision for heirlooms such as watches, which would notionally enable them to still be bought and sold
But brass and lead "sales" come first, absolutely

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>> No.24656344

If trump doesn't win the election then America has fallen to absolute corruption and the nation is lost.

>> No.24656384

>not having PM, guns, ammo, and a high quality automatic watch that will last decades

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Honestly you can’t even call yourself a stacker until you have a solid base of Praseodymium. Praseodymium has been artificially suppressed by the big banks for decades now, and they can’t keep on doing it for long. History’s largest bull run on Praseodymium is just starting, and you’re gonna kick yourself forever if you don’t get in on it now

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As a store of wealth collectibles do the trick well enough. In a true SHTF scenario I'm not sure anybody would want your pm's either, you'd want to hold them until things begin recovering a little.

>> No.24656404

hold anything but cash, preferably physical assets.

>> No.24656432

i want to buy a planet gazing telescope before fiat is completely worthless

>> No.24656448

collectibles take a bit of intelligence and luck that people will want them when it's all over but yeah they can certainly be valuable

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We don't hear much about the supposed diamond bullrun to 500K from smug shitcoiners lately.
Look at the absolute state of their market since the BIS announced they'd go nuclear over crypto. And it's only the beginning, wait for tomorrow, it will be glorious.


>> No.24656480

We had a big fight and we're cool now thanks for the booba

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based, new pasta acquired
Why not wait for a currency collapse to happen and then buy the telescope with a couple of silver coins when a new currency is introduced?
Yeah that's why PM's are a sure bet. You need to have expertise with collectibles

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how dare you!

>> No.24656553

Thanks man, this will be the second pasta I’ve boiled for /pmg/

>> No.24656579

i thought diamonds were actual shiny boomer rocks - totally worthless and artificially rare.

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I messed up the crop here's a better version

>> No.24656606

they probably saw what a meme wind + solar was for california's grid this year.

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What is the best Lizzy portrait and why is it this one?

>> No.24656640

b-but youtube said it was 99.999% chance to go to 1M tomorrow
what's proof of work anyway? /s
some collectibles and their value are pretty obvious but intrinsic value is always the best bet
on watches; even just the components within a watch retain their value, regardless of whether they're a big brand or not (provided that they're a reputable company like Miyota, Stellia, or ETA).

>> No.24656685

Top analysis by the way as always. I might off load some of my position on that bounce, but I think one shouldn't discredit the advantage a industry veteran like McEwen brings to the table. Guy still owns a sizable portion of his company, and this isn't his first rodeo. I wouldn't be surprised if he was meaning to buy back some more shares of his company before the mania phase of this bullrun really takes off in 2021 or 2022.

>> No.24656701

they pretty much are, unless you have an incredible specimen there not worth your time. I wish more people knew about tanzanite or ametrine. There are so many more amazing stones out there than a blank bland white diamond.

>> No.24656721

>they probably saw what a meme wind + solar was for california's grid this year.
It is always a meme. If anything, they saw what a meme it was from Germany going "green without nuclear". French nuclear reactors basically subsidize Germany's meme and I imagine the money is very good.

>> No.24656807

>There are so many more amazing stones out there than a blank bland white diamond.
This has always been my biggest gripe. Diamonds are plain and they have very little intrinsic value (provided you can get at the DeBeers warehouses)
Lmao @ the women who fall for the "diamonds are a girl's best friend" memes and believe that it's been a thing for longer than the 20th century

>> No.24656833

what are your top 5 stones?

>> No.24656883

They are, diamonds are 100% a jewish scam going on for a century. This shit is gravel tier.

>> No.24656913

well more like Russian but yeah

>> No.24656927

I see your Russian and raise you Anglo

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I like ammolite and opals. Uncut gems was a decent movie

>> No.24656961

>more like Russian
ok shlomo

>> No.24656966

kino choices

>> No.24656995

Good management goes a long way. Like you said he also owns a large percentage of the company and only earns one dollar salary. Also he has stated in the past that all of his gains from MUX will be donated to medical research in Canada. I think something to do with cancer, but I can’t remember exactly. I have owned it for about two years and I keep adding to it when it goes down.

>> No.24657111

unfortunately people still fall for this, hell i am seeing ads now for "chocolate" diamonds aimed at the POC types and they just eat it up. >>24656833
hmm that is a really tough question, I ve mentioned two of my favorites already. Colombian Emeralds are fantastic, I got my sister a pair of emerald studs for her graduation. Australian Black Opal is another favorite of mine as well as Spinel. I am trying to remember the name of another rare stone, its only found in California and the far north of BC. Also if anyone here wants BC sapphires I have a contact you can get in touch with.

>> No.24657114

Fucking boomers. I just found out my dad had a box of at least 5 pounds of silver, but he hasn't seen it for many years and "doesn't know what happened to it" . hopefully he's just playing coy, but I fear he may actually be that careless and retarded.

>> No.24657153

o man yes ammolite is fabulous stuff, the amazing stuff coming out of Alberta's mines are being depleted too, I know where to find some in BC, but its nearly impossible to access.

>> No.24657209
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PAY PEOPLE IN SILVER AND GOLD NOW NOT WHEN COLLAPSE HAPPENS. The cultural awakening starts with you. They don't have to know about your stack they just have to know that you pay them in normal transaction amounts. People like handling silver and gold. They will like to receive it as payment once they get over the initial weirdness because it's not a cultural norm. The normies are ready to wake up, people are resorting to depression era tactics like canning food in record numbers so much so that glass canning jars and supplies are out of stock across the nation. Things are reverting to a more basic fundamental and REAL way of life and with that needs to come a reversion to REAL MONEY! Even better, try to barter whatever you can. Do ANYTHING to materially avert the course of our society away from the Great ResetTM rent everything own nothing HELL that will be the NEW NORMAL if we don't re-normalize what is normal. They don't fear a bunch of weirdos hoarding their gold and silver until everything "collapses" around them into a dystopia techno slave hell which they control through Central Bank Digital Currency; they fear uncontrollable money (or even no money, bartering) re-asserting itself.

>> No.24657214

>I am trying to remember the name of another rare stone, its only found in California and the far north of BC

>> No.24657216

>chocolate diamons
>selling to chocolate people
Holy shit thats fucking brilliant

>> No.24657282

Why gold? I have no clue, you should grab some yfdash, new uni good bruv

>> No.24657285

That's benitoite you're looking for I guess, and that is rare stuff.

Mind you some fancy coloured diamonds such as blue, green, pink and red are worth a fortune (and are actually quite rare).

>> No.24657291

If you can pay someone in an ounce of silver or gold when you would have paid them in dollars anyway, that's one more ounce that's being "stacked" by being put into circulation in the economy, or actually stacked by the person who you paid, at no cost to you besides having to put the time and energy into convincing them to accept it. It puts a little more pressure on the gold silver price suppression scheme in addition to the pressure all stackers already are on their own. You can only save so much gold and silver yourself. By gaining cultural acceptance there will begin to be a consistent draw on global gold and silver supply as they are a very limited resource as all of us know. It will grow as economic conditions worsen and the nature of the globalists schemes come into focus for even the average normie. We have to be there to have already laid the groundwork, the seedlings, of a monetary alternative. You know those ponzi and marketing schemes where you can get a few dollars off a product or service for each person you introduce to the product or service? That will work in the same way for paying people in silver and gold by increasing the value of your stack, except it's not a ponzi or marketing scheme, it's a real cultural shift and acceptance of/revaluation of these commodities that all of us stackers hold. There's a market ripe for exploitation, all we have to do is think a little bit to initialize this process, then it will continue on its own.

>> No.24657308

thank you! Benitoite was what i was looking for!
ikr, its so dirty and horrible. Some of the "chocolate" stones I saw for sale in Vancouver were basically the lowest tier colored diamond given a heat treat. They werent even cut, just rounded.

>> No.24657314

Easy way to start is by giving gold/silver as gifts instead of pointless consumerist junk this Christmas.

>> No.24657317

Buzz off

>> No.24657346

Shut the fuck up, miner discussion is pmg related, get out if you don't like it

>> No.24657350

I've bought a handful of things off Craigslist in the past couple months, as an experiment I've always offered to pay in cash or silver ASEs, but they never take the silver. Why? I guess they're just retarded?

>> No.24657351

yes colored diamond is still worth a lot, but those general blank white stones are all basically worth the same.

>> No.24657408

Currency is just that much more convenient as a means of exchange. I don't want to barter but I prepare for bad times by having barterability if I must barter at some point in the future

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No fucking way i get rid of my precious silver just before the ultra megagiga bullrun, especially if i can still pay with my worthless clown money.

>> No.24657458

Yeah you have to maintain your net holdings and then if you know you were going to pay someone cash for a bill or something you can try to get them to take silver or gold instead. It's literally no difference in cost to you or your stack/savings if you can do that

>> No.24657473

Stupid normans don't have a clue about what are PMs and how rare it is. They just think you tried to scam them.

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Made my 1st gold purchase with crypto. Not much but it's a start

>> No.24657513

Just pick it up at your LCS the day before the bill is due or whatever

>> No.24657561

Based, welcome to the club

>> No.24657571

There's nothing wrong with that, bud! At least you have some level of real wealth now, not saying that crypto isn't but it certainly isn't great

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But anon Normans loved gold

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I've tried to warn the bitcucks about this, many times. Tired of it now.

>> No.24657757

What's in your pic?

>> No.24657778

Looks like a gold hairpin or brooch

>> No.24657792


Well I only got a low 5-figures crypto portfolio which is still just numbers on a screen and worthless if you never cash out any. That was the 1st "cashing out" I ever did (cost $1250 CAD or so), but I'm looking forward to trade more shitcoins and buy more PMs whenever I have a few hundred dollar profit

>> No.24657840

if anyone wants some gemstone porn have a watch of this old documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONm21mnFsYk

>> No.24657855

Appears to be a 13th century Anglo-Norman brooch, used to pin cloaks. Sorry I don't know where or how it was found

>> No.24657954

I'd give my whole stack for a big titty wife like her.

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it infuriates me that the indigenous populations of Canada couldnt get off their asses and make treasure like this. The Brits have no idea how lucky they are to have thousands of years of discarded treasure just laying in their top soil.

>> No.24658011

>Also if anyone here wants BC sapphires I have a contact you can get in touch with.
I dont need it, but based PAN MAN coming through with the contacts

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Here's a more clear diagram. Remember this is not a trick or gimmick. The only cost to you is you have to convince them to accept PMs as payment, you're not giving them part of your stack or anything

>> No.24658193

>GPL id
buy GPL, you gay nigger from outerspace.

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>> No.24658250

fuck off dude. if you're so scared about people buying miners maybe you should fuck off

>> No.24658313

unironically I think this is it for bitcoin right now. Tether is getting fucked hard in court and they can't print much more

>> No.24658335

but i havent bought any yet

>> No.24658377

Have you looked at the charts?

>> No.24658400

We had this huge blowout this morning and i agree and exploded and cussed several people out however for the good of the board we agreed to post more stacks and to limit miner posts by doing our DD and only bringing up more quality miner discussion and not having anymore blind lazy "what should I buy" postings.

It was a huge blowout. The board almost split.

>> No.24658407

I mentioned earlier that I had a fantastic trade idea. I'm not gonna do it myself but here it is:
Tether is obviously not even remotely 1:1 backed. But even Visa is saying that USDC is as good as cash. On compound.finance you can loan USDC and borrow USDT at a net cost of like 0.5% apy. You can then take that USDT and go over to Kinesis and buy gold. Not only would you have a short $/long gold trade, but you would have a short ponzi scheme/long gold trade at a cost of 0.5% apy. It would double your returns over pure gold if Tether corrects to $0.70 per coin and gold reaches 2200.

>> No.24658449

Tether is almost $0.02 off its dollar peg right now. This is what a bank run actually looks like

>> No.24658451

I agree with you. I just think giving silver as gifts is an easier way for people to start. You were going to spend some dollars anyway on a gift, so why not increase the number of ounces in individual hands at the same time? I stack for my entire family since they're not willing to stack.

>> No.24658452

I hold 13k in miners. We made a peace agreement this morning. There was a huge blowout this morning and the board almost fractured.

>> No.24658473

>b-but it's a store of wealth!
I'm definitely going to see if I can yoke the dip though, this is hilarious

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Dangerously based and redpilled post

>> No.24658482

Then go do some DD. Off you go. Heres a good article to read.


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I dont follow shitcoins or the cock market, where do you guys see all the shitcoins lined up for pricing?

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>we agreed
Fuck off you commie tranny, we post what we want, don't try to play the janjan game with me you triple nigger.

>> No.24658557

Someone suggesting /miner stock general/ isnt the high school drama youre pretending it was. If anyone can create any thread they want on biz , if they want to create miner stock general, go ahead. It will fail because pmg is comfy and people investing in miners are also stackers. If we are coerced into posting in a miner thread then pmg will not survive because posting stacks is fun but repetitive and there's only so much you can talk about.

I get a ton of information from the miner talk and you don't speak for me or anyone else here

>> No.24658577

For this diagram to happen it would require an entire community of people or at the very least a circle of friends

>> No.24658578

I'm expecting it to implode
It always crabs before a massive sell-off, I was even saying this three days ago that crapping is always bad for crypto
lo and behold the next two days will determine if it just eats shit or recovers a bit
my money isn't on recovery; I'm holding off. Especially with such a ridiculous legal threat right now

boomer rocks win again

to be fair I will buy the dip because it's basically certain to go back up, but it definitely is suffering right now

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Buy Bitcoin

>> No.24658628

Jesus fucking christ if deso actually perfectly timed the fucking bitcoin crash that autistic neet deserves a fucking post at UBS. I know you're here sometimes Deso, and I love you

>> No.24658630

Just don't turn mining stocks into shitcoins to be shilled OK?

It starts small with you. It won't come back to you very fast. It's an investment. It has to echo through the human node network. But you can be the butterfly effect that starts a monetary renaissance

>> No.24658633

It was for the good of the board. I'm not a commie and just as much of a constitutionalist. You missed it. Youre being reactionary. You should be thanking me for saving the board because it almost split. All it means is that lazy faggots have to do their own due diligence before asking blind, lazy, half assed questions. Thats a good approach no? Or are you a lazy faggot commie trying to get others to do the work for you?

>> No.24658639

Stupidest thing I've seen all day.

>> No.24658653

Don’t you ever associate those beautiful silver coins with shitcoin again motherfucker

>> No.24658669

>0 risk short of a ponzi scheme
stay poor. I have 5 recycling companies faggot

>> No.24658680

Brits are heavily cucked in many ways, the tradeoff isn't worth it.

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I have 6, what's up?

>> No.24658750

We had the entire conversation this morning. There were people wiser than you who have seen discussion boards fall time and time again. We made an agreement for the good of the board as a whole. Its not binding. but what it means is that we are making a little bit of an effort to make sure the board stays up, because it was close to fracturing this morning.

Is it so hard to not be a nigger faggot? If the board splits it dies period. If a miner general is created it will be swarmed with crypto faggots. If a stack general is created it will die into nothingness

Im 13k in miners
20 oz gold
200 oz silver.

I dont care either way and i do care more about miners honestly.

Do what you want faggot. Go start your own nation but theres already a good one here and we as a community can foster it and keep it going..

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You will never have a family like mine

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>You should be thanking me for saving the board because it almost split
imagine the level of extreme delusion required to type this shit...

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Battle of the Bobs

>> No.24658867

my only issue I have with this is the paper bank that china is I know they've been buying up PMs and banning sale of PMs in the country but I'm curious how much of their gold is actually gold they don't audit their reserves that much.

>> No.24658885

hey crypto kiddies, nice "store of value" you got there, it's def going to be replacing gold when it continues to have these wild daily swings lmao.

>> No.24658886

We do thank him. This has been the best pmg thread in a while

>> No.24658924

>It has value because it required work to create
Only a fucking commie would have logic that shit

>> No.24658989

You wish you had my level of narcissism.

>> No.24659009

No you don't understand the Chinese are putting a lot of electricity into securing the network

Frankly I'm disillusioned with crypto as a whole because people keep trying to use the blockchain where it shouldn't be used and keep creating inefficient systems that don't work half as well as everyone thinks they do

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>> No.24659055

And delusion.

>> No.24659120

You aren't the hall monitor of pmg and nobody cares about your portfolio. Congrats on "Saving the board" now stop derailing metals discussion by tone policing everbody.

>> No.24659126

soverign coins are less easily counterfeited

>> No.24659225

I think they're both decent ways to get people interested, but obviously getting someone to accept PMs as payment is a more substantial commitment because they aren't the most liquid commodities right now so if the person you're trying to convince is short on liquidity/cash they probably won't take it because they need to pay for bills not hold gold or silver/look for an opportunity to barter it, but that would be even more of a victory if you could. Just look for opportunities to normalize paying and accepting payment in gold and silver which increases the value of your stack by making it more liquid

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It is difficult to find a good platform with crypto solutions to invest in.

Learned DuckDAO, read twi posts of crypto pros. Seems like it is an open platform with an investment system. Have you read/found anything about it?

>> No.24659295

Is there any no sales tax states right on the border?

>> No.24659355

Even back then people hated taking coins as payment.

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>> No.24659539

Well yeah, it's nicer if you can just trade, say, a bag of apples for a few dozen eggs instead of going through silver first. That's even better than gold and silver.

>> No.24659611

producing real property (e.g. land you can grow shit on or do something with) is ideal, then non-producing real property like PMs

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>2. Korean maybe?
definitely not korean. since the currency seems to be denominated in $ i am thinking hong kong or taiwan maybe. if i had to guess between the two i'd probably go with HK

>> No.24659653


Well, when they decide, "OK, time to stick it to the gweilos" I think a lot of people will have the same skepticism about them declaring say, 20k tons of gold.

One thing is for sure: nobody is fooling the PBOC with gold platted copper bars. Dishonesty being part of your culture also means trusting no one, least of all your own countrymen. I guarantee they melt and re-cast every bar that comes through their doors. If they have fakes it's because they made them.

So, the question becomes, how to convince the rest of the world? The Chinese are smart enough to know nobody is gonna take their word for it. They'll figure something out.

If it were me? I'd contract some swiss refiners or set up an arrangement with foreign governments and banks, let them have free run of the vaults to audit the bars, and let them check out any randomly chosen bars they want for testing and publishing the results.

>> No.24659669

Any Canucks have insight into border duties and taxes? I bought some 24k jewelry from the US and FedEx is withholding it until I pay what I assume is 13% tax on it. It's 999 pure and manufactured in the USA, should be as tax / duty free as it gets, no?

>> No.24659690

Dang...We are early on the trend which means we are ahead so much. I can not wait to get a 14 bagger on gold and silver.

>> No.24659700

Bruh wtf if it's US-made that should have the UST treatment of 0%

>> No.24659725

>it's nicer if you can just trade, say, a bag of apples for a few dozen eggs instead of going through silver first. That's even better than gold and silver.
Not necessarily, what makes gold and silver so good for use as a currency is that historically it wasn’t used for much else. The only big ones I can think of are gold (and silver to lesser extent) for jewelry, and then the very niche stuff like colloidal silver. If extremely common things like food or clothing were used as currency then the supply would expand and contract wildly, because people will eat the food and use the clothing.

>> No.24659727

Oh wait
Sales tax
Fuckin RIP

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>the whole board is turning dark pink
i think this is serious this time around boombros, shitcoiners are about to get raped super hard.

>> No.24659793

There's no sales tax in Ontario for pure gold and silver. I need to figure out how to dispute it and still get my package.. I guess this is why most Canadians don't order stateside though, too much hassle

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Leafbro here
Can confirm I only buy from Canadian dealers for these reasons. Apmex's site said they charge shipping to Canada on all orders (SGB is free over 299$) and you have to pay "duty" fees. Fuck that, already paying enough of a premium on silver

>> No.24659922

Oh man I missed this, I hope it keeps dropping. Nothing but peak entertainment
You may want to check that again, I thought it was only for pure bullion

>> No.24659948

Looks solid brother. I took the plunge not long ago myself.

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>> No.24660002

Man why does Canada only have such shitty dealers
Country is gay as shit

>> No.24660008

Man, We are sitting comfy with our precious boomer rocks.
Those are some good weeb bars. How are they compared to the round?

>> No.24660058

Yeah Canada is pretty much the worst bro NGL

Weeb bars?! You mean my Asahis? If so, they are really clean and pretty much the exact same design as the rounds just on a waffer. I like them a lot, super clean stuff. Only issue is they are slightly under size of my air-tite capsules so they wiggle a bit.

>> No.24660155

The only reasons gold and silver aren't used widely is because of their scarcity. Their qualities make them perfect for a huge amount of industrial applications. If we could afford to, we would use them in everything. That's why there is constant demand for them throughout history, because even if they weren't used as medium of exchange, as a commodity itself they are very valuable.

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I've only lost $120k+ in paper gains since last month

>> No.24660200

We have 2 fucking dealers with ridiculous premiums and a government that will tax anything coming in
Holy shit no wonder Canada will never achieve US-tier prosperity
I fucking hate this country

I'm like 99% sure that even after shipping and 5% GST that a Canadian can get shit from the states for less than they can buy it domestically, and with a larger selection too

If only the one way to get a cash discount wasn't fucking BTC I'd have ordered shit-tons from the US a while ago. I'm amazed they don't take USDT, and I can't pay any other way and get a discount lol

>> No.24660217

>gold in the 1930s but with BTC
>/pmg/ is BEARISH on this
They're literally saying you'll need to give your BTC to a centralised institution, which will credit you with BTC certificates in exchange. "Hoarding" BTC in your own wallet will be illegal. This should be the most bullish news imaginable. They're saying private ownership of wealth will now be outlawed. I'm bullish on gold too but if you don't see what's happening and laugh at the bitcoiners instead of supporting them, then they'll just come for gold next like they have with BTC over the past few weeks
>gold hurts banks
>banks support minorities
>by hurting the banks, gold stackers are racist
>greedy gold hoarders aren't sharing their wealth
>we need to make private ownership of gold illegal too like we did with BTC
>think of what we, the government, could do with all this money instead rather than being selfish and greedy

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Thx fren!

So noob question, why isnt the amount of karat on this? Or I guess this is pure gold and therefore 24k?

And hmm, should I buy coins or bars?
Silver or gold?
What about stuff like platinum/palladium, are those memes?

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>mfw sold my crypto two days ago and the cash is settling on fidelity as we speak

>> No.24660322

Pure gold is 24k. Physical ownership of platinum and Palladium is extremely low. You’ll pay a high premium and expect a huge hit when you go to sell as well, it’s not a great idea unless you’re doing it within an IRA or you just gonna bury it in the ground and dig it up in 20 years.

>> No.24660371

Canadian prosperity is an oxymoron. This country is an oligarchy, no need for established businesses to innovate or become more efficient when they can just ban all competition at the government level. Our country exists to bottleneck every possible industry and service and charge the highest tolls possible in the process.

>> No.24660389

smart boi

semi not smart boi?

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Bros, why are RMs so fucking kino?

>> No.24660519

We had a meeting yesterday and we all decided that this space is only to be used for posting pictures of American Silver Eagles purchased from your local coin shop. This is NOT a place for discussing duties or import taxes or sales taxes for that matter (exception if sales taxes are being charged for American Silver eagles). Please create an /import tax general/ if You would like to discuss these topics as we risk destroying this board. Thank you

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I don't know but I lust for them. I have to have them as soon as possible. Haven't gotten any yet.

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It’s for you, sir

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One more piece here... Gold and particularly silver are significantly easier to transact with anonymously. They are significantly more difficult to track because there doesn't need to be an off ramp like BTC needs for energy. Gold and silver are elements and that's it!

I'm glad someone liked this one. It makes me chuckle.

I chucked out half for shot. Feels good. Too bad my short was probably liquidated.

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>le edgy natsees

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>> No.24660646

As far as I'm aware the tax exemption only applies to bullion, not jewelry.

>> No.24660673

As you should, fren. They feel so good to handle.
For me? Are you sure??

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Canada is a shithole man, let's face the facts. I've lived here my whole life but I'm dual citizen, when the time comes and the funds are there I'm going to move the the States. Everything in this country is stacked against you. As another anon put it the government is so corrupt it literally stiffles competition, innovation and consumer choices. I wish my fellow Canadians could get over their inferiority complex with the Americans and recognize they do some things right and better than we do.

>> No.24660861

I don't want to go completely "woe is me" but holy shit I just can't believe how retarded this country is
If I ever have the opportunity to emigrate I'd do it in a heartbeat.

I am putting in as much effort as I can into my education so I can hopefully get a good job when I leave and use that as a net to launch a business from
Like look at fucking Canadian wages! Burgers get paid $60k for memeshit jobs and a Canadian gets $50k CAD. Holy SHIT!

>> No.24660868

Came across baseprotocol.org, wanna know your point of view.
Is it right that this is new solutions for Cascade yield platform? They cooperate with Uniswap and provided liquidity pools. Looks profitable

>> No.24660944

Beautiful. Have you seen this news out of Eskay Creek by the way?


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Of course I’m sure! In fact take a seat right here, I think you’re due for a handsome raise and promotion!

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>> No.24661049

I got the next bread.

>> No.24661052

Im not trying to be the hall monitor of the board but youre definitely the faggot of the board nigger.

>> No.24661053

What do you mean U-turn, did they speak against Uranium recently? I know they're 75% nuclear

>> No.24661116

I want those asahi bars pretty bad. I just saw their new design and was pretty stoked.

>> No.24661121

New bread


>> No.24661162

And the crazy part is that you mother fuckers have more mines than anywhere else in the world. Yall need yo kill trudeou. Simple.

>> No.24661180

yep they just keep mapping more and more ore to work, cant wait to see them start actually mining down the line.

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Cucknadian here as well, there is no running from this. Grow some fucking balls and make a stand, all the faggots who think they are going to run from this shit are retarded pussies. THERE IS NO RUNNING FROM THIS SHIT
Yes fuck canada, fuck the world , and fuck the zombies , fuck the jannies , fuck the government and fuck you too

>> No.24661262

Youre a gay faggot and thats not even what this is about.

This is about LAZY motherfuckers not doing their due diligence and researching companies and instead coming here and asking for a HANDOUT of free information.

Just admit it. Youre a lazy weak faggot who wont do your DD and you just expect to come here and be told what to buy.

Admit it faggot. Your a lazy cuck little bitch and your take it in your lazy faggot ass.

Miner discussion is fine. What is not fine is "what altcoin, i mean miner should I buy bros?"

>> No.24661300

Good article. Don is a beast.


I don't think miner discussion should be moved at all. They mine precious metals, deal with it. However I do agree the "Shill me" posts are pretty shit. We should just ask them to do their own research then come back.

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>> No.24661475

this is good but a bit out of context for the site that skeena is planning. Skeena plans to open pit mine this deposit. 3.80gpt Au may not sound like much but over 42m thats great when considering the project size.

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