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High Graders and Snipers Edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

EU/ENGLAND sources
https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ [Website to compare gold prices for UK]

Russian/European coins

Relevant information regarding mining companies

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>> No.26167606
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What's your highest % position in your portfolio guys ? Coward with 5% and less aren't needed in this thread.

>> No.26167742

Maybe I read too much Zerohedge, but it does really seem like the US is circling the drains. It sees like we are witnessing a nation deteriorate to nothing.

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I went to my LCS. They wanted 38$ for silver American eagles and they didn’t have any foreign silver. How do you guys buy from EBay, I feel like I’m gonna get a fake. Do you guys have any reputable eBay sellers?
Flowers from my tabbaco because no coin pics at the moment.

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By December 2020, U. S. M1 money supply had increased by 55% since February. 35% of all U. S. dollars in existence had been printed in 10 months. Literally parabolic at this point.

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Cf. Alasdair Macleod: "The progression of annualised monetary inflation from under 6% before the Lehman crisis, to 9.6% subsequently until March this year, and 65% in the thirty weeks since is clear from the chart." You can also see this inflation exactly reflected in the price of food and commodities (zinc, copper, silver, oil, etc.). And we're going to need another 5 trillion in Q. E. soon to get this ten-year yield under control.

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What is this pattent called?

>> No.26168053
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Meant for >>26167742

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How are we doing today lads! I am working today but heres some core from Scottie Golds O Zone from this summer!

>> No.26168121

You first

>> No.26168213

Metalla Royalty. It was about 20% but I took some profits and now it is about 10%

>> No.26168547

coinvivor, 70% silver, 20 % gold, 10% miners, less than 1% BTC
wagmi frens

>> No.26168782

>What is this pattent called?
Jews sweating

>> No.26168799

not sure what caused that

>> No.26168881

>What's your highest %
971oz of silver
14k cash usd
unemployed right now so holding off on another purchase and I don't have government gibs

>> No.26169061

Seeing these things and reading about all the nonsense going on domestically and abroad, namely draconian lockdowns, social strategies of tension, endemic political and financial fraud, mandatory mystery medicine, etc. makes me pine for a 1950's-type society. People who came of age and into adulthood in post-WW2 America, UK, France, etc. didn't know how good their lives were.

>> No.26169168

Does anyone have an idea of what requirements there are for junior miner private placements? Are they all sold to strategic partners/friends or can a regular investor participate as well?

>> No.26169171


Liberty and public morality, I believe, are a consequence of sound money. The ancients knew it. It's why "Victorian" is still a byword for both, and why everything has rapidly gone downhill since 1913, 1933, but, above all else, 1971.

>> No.26169211

You know you guys can just invest in stocks or crypto instead of staying poor, right?

>> No.26169326

There was a time in US where you could order a anti-tank rifle or a Machine gun out of a sears catalog and have it delivered to your door step. the only issue is "the greater good" always beats out liberty & freedom

>> No.26169362

you know you don't have to drink the semen of an HIV positive man right?

>> No.26169380

i am pretty sure for Canadian hosted companies there are regulations to do with private placements, i ll see if I can find info when i have time tonight. I think you need to make an offer of at least $50,000 minimum but I am not sure because the rules have probably changed since I last looked at that.

>> No.26169410

Question: Can I go to college and get a geology degree and start my own mining company. I want to get a geology and international buisness degree. My idea is to go to low export countries mine the gold and then export it to other countries such as america. Not only gold but other minerals. Is this a viable idea?

>> No.26169421

>Hurr durr what’s a low-correlation portfolio?

>> No.26169459


Another interesting thing to point out in relation to this is that, two years before 1950, Howard Buffett predicted exactly where we have ended up today. He said that fiat money would inevitably result in a totalitarian welfare-warfare state (one with "foreign war and ruthless regimentation.")


"Unless you are willing to surrender your children and your country to galloping inflation, war and slavery, then the cause of gold demands your support. For if human liberty is to survive in America, we must win the battle to restore honest money.

I have not time to portray the end of the road of all paper money experiments. It is worse than just the high prices that you have heard about. Monetary chaos was followed in Germany by a Hitler; in Russia by all-out Bolshevism; and in other nations by more or less tyranny. It can take a nation to communism without external influences.

The gold standard acted as a silent watchdog to prevent unlimited public spending.

The paper money disease has been a pleasant habit thus far and will not be dropped voluntarily any more than a dope user will without a struggle give up narcotics. But in each case the end of the road is not a desirable prospect.
Because of our economic strength the paper money disease here may take many years to run its course. But we can be approaching the critical stage. When that day arrives, our political rulers will probably find that foreign war and ruthless regimentation is the cunning alternative to domestic strife.

When you find that Lenin declared and demonstrated that a sure way to overturn the existing social order and bring about communism was by printing press paper money, then again you are impressed with the possibility of a relationship between a gold-backed money and human freedom."

>> No.26169617

Thanks Pan Man.

>> No.26169627

Why don’t you just buy from any of the bullion dealers in OP instead of eBay?

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>we can be approaching the critical stage. When that day arrives, our political rulers will probably find that foreign war and ruthless regimentation is the cunning alternative to domestic strife.

(cf. In relation to this, the Iraq War, Invasion of Libya etc. to prop up the dollar, and now the pandemic hoax and Great Reset totalitarianism to control the angry masses just as the system is about to collapse.)

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my top 3:
2400 shares First Majestic
2000 shares Kinross
14,500 shares Impact Silver - doubled my position today, thank you Jamie

Feeling incredibly comfy right now.

>> No.26169903


Somewhat high.

Bought 5kg of silver today to add into the hoard. Also bought some Utah/Nevada goldbacks because they look cool as fuck.

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No offense but sounds like you want a degree in rock sniffing international jewery

>> No.26169917

Blue lagoon has been a company for less than a year. This is why. They are new on the scene.

Markets are fucked in general. I don't like where this is going. All of a sudden you can't get parts for ANYTHING. I was trying to find a blade replacement for a meet slicer yesterday, you literally can't find the part. All you can do is buy an entirely new unit. I was also looking for a vacuum cleaner air filter a while ago. Couldn't get parts for that either, I was able to get knock odds though. These companies are ridiculous. They build things and then don't sell any replacement parts, they just expect you to buy new every so often. They cut corners on manufacturing so you get a broken piece of shit, and then now we're at the point where other companies don't offer customer support AT ALL. I had a dispute with coin base and ebay and cash app a while ago. NO CUSTOMER SUPPORT. there's nobody you can call, there's nobody to help you if something gets fucked up. This is absolutely ridiculous and this is why I support gold and silver because fuck all these fucking companies that think they can do jack shit and make record profits!

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forgot picture

>> No.26169969

how can I invest in BLLG in the UK?

>> No.26169988

It's becoming crystal clear why any US President who even mentioned the thought of a "greenback" or, for example, JFK's EO 11110 for a silver-backed currency, was assassinated

>> No.26169998

Knock offs*


Banking holiday and they can't suppress the price.

>> No.26170083


Degiro, Frankfurt Stock Exchange.


Stagflation is occurring, just as in the 70s and 80s. Shipping container crisis is a recent manifestation of it.

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Is it worth a buy frens?

>> No.26170134

you can totally do it, getting your P.Geo and doing exploration work for other companies, than going off on your own is the standard for most of these junior explorers and miners. However, you cant really do it alone, you will have to setup a corporate company to get properly operating in different countries. Regulations are different all over the world, concessions versus mining claims etc. To be honest its easier to set up shop in a country like canada, find a project to advance than move on to other countries. Stay the fuck away from africa as a junior, its just too corrupt and bullshit ridden to get anything done in the more interesting territories.

If you want more info I can go deep into this how I got to what I do as a prospector with my little numbered company, I am just busy right now.

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All I wanted was to raise bees on acres of reclaimed moutaintop removal land in Kentucky. That was all they had to let happen.

>> No.26170297

If you live in Australia then yes you can stack otherwise just buy one for novelty.

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1Kg, that's pretty heavy weight there fren
IDK what's your stack like and do you really love the kook? What premium are you looking at for the kilo?

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Some stackers have an irrational dislike of these. I think they need to stop being poor and crying about premiums, its not like you are buying thousands of dollars worth of gold in them.

>> No.26170383

Aya gold & silver. Was a small part but it keeps going up

>> No.26170426

>Stagflation is occurring
any strong predictions on what stagflation will do to home prices this time around?

>> No.26170488
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Based utah goldbacks. So what's it like, is it straight up gold foil or is it like laminated or something?

>> No.26170540

No idea but I can say that property in NY will always be expensive

>> No.26170603

The US has great agriculture, best geopolitics in the world, strongest military, friendly neighbors, largest economy, world class cities, a powerful ideology, a large stockpile of nukes, the world currency, and has control of the world's culture.

China will not defeat the US for these reasons.

>> No.26170611

Not my hand, mine haven't arrived yet. But its CVD deposited gold (gold is atomized and shot at a substrate in a vacuum).

Its laminated in some kind of polymer front and back, the front shows the artwork and has some ink printing on it, the back is the negative image and just in gold.

I'll post some more pictures when they arrive, they look beautiful though from what I've seen. I really think it will get peoples dicks hard when they see them and hold them. Something about gold...

>> No.26170665


If we go full Weimar, a six-bedroom mansion in a fashionable street will cost only 5 ounces of gold. (Not an exaggeration.)

>> No.26170728

When buying silver bars, just go for the cheapest right?

>> No.26170745


The U. S. does not have a strong economy. It has a colossal trade deficit and almost no manufacturing. If the dollar gets dumped, then it can't buy goods any more and simply collapses (that includes the paper tiger military).

>> No.26170789

Legit question:
My credit took a little dip and I wanted to take out a loan to pay back to fix it. Should I take out a larger sum (was thinking at first 3k) and just pay it slow before inflation?

>> No.26170837

I shopped around when I bought today, quite a big difference between UK vendors for the same weight ingot. Some cases over £100 difference for a 1kg.

>> No.26170854

The US is the world's second largest manufacturer behind China and before Japan.

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Unless you would like to pay the (incremental) premium for a specific bar, or are collecting stackers or otherwise OCD, usually random bars are the cheapest. They may have some wear and tear on them but I like the randomness. Some I think are worth paying a little extra for like the chonky monarch bars and others that may strike your fancy.

>> No.26170962

The US is also completely divided, etnically, culturally and economically.

>> No.26171001


What matters is manufacturing in relation to the debt and deficit and as a percentage relative to the rest of the economy.

>> No.26171015

>"abandon your posts!"
>"Flee the city!"
>"Abandon your posts!
>"Flee for your lives!"

>> No.26171099

Okay thanks, I live in Western Europe.

Currently holding 2oz AU & 45oz AG, I think the kook is pretty alright, either that or the 1kg koala. Premium is a bit lower than 1kg silver bars with current supplier, approximately 3%

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Screencapped a youtube comment on the subject

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>> No.26171195

I think Culturally is the big wedge in division, Economically its going to be a death blow because that will used to hold over those that diverge, and Ethnically is minor but will most like realign when the time comes and people who had something find that soon they'll have nothing.

>> No.26171637

Da fuk is this?

>> No.26171657

Much of this divide is a media fabrication to engender a false impression of societal discord. Most people either a) get along, b) ignore one another, or c) voice disgust for another group to close family members in the comfort of their own home. There is very little outward hatred manifesting in the real world in the US. Don’t buy that narrative. Most people are barely getting by and rightfully focused only on themselves and their families. The US is not fractured socially, but many different parties, including the media, are trying to make it so.

>> No.26171895

Try bitcoin in 10 years.

People will not trade one large material object (house) for one small material object (gold) but they might trade one large material object (house) for one immaterial object (bitcoin).

>> No.26171962

>Bitcoin shill
>Cum ID
Kek is telling us something

>> No.26171976

America is fractured socially but I get the sense that Americans do this for entertainment purposes.

t Canadian

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>> No.26172026

I think you need to replace the word 'people' in your statement.
Not dissing, but I think you overestimate the intelligence of the average person.

>> No.26172049

Thats the goal to get people to give material objects for immaterial objects, the only issues is that your never going to be able to own that material object back and you'll be happy to own immaterial objects.

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>> No.26172120

BTC is fucking worthless. A gigantic ponzi scheme where money is transferred from the West to China.
Montero is the play because it gets crypto back to its roots: drug purchases

>> No.26172131


>> No.26172241

It’s just a big silly, like a travelers check with a banknote stapled to it.

The whole point of a banknote was originally to relieve the bearer or having to actually carry their gold around.

For carrying around a specific quantity of gold, silver they invented this little round thing called a coin. Still going strong after thousands of years.

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i would like to know the value of that : https://www.apmex.com/product/48242/1916-1945-90-silver-mercury-dimes-bu-mixed-dates it says 0.0715 which equals 1.78$, why its valued at 6.99$ ?

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I'll drink to that!

>> No.26172353
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Get it if you REALLY like it but imo get your weight up with junk or 1oz bars/rounds

A 5oz or 10oz version is also good if you really like the design. I got the 5oz libertits and it's so much more detailed than the 1oz and you can appreciate it that much more. Next step up for this one is 1kilo tho so I think it's a good compromise.

Divisibility and liquidity of your stack is important. If hard times come you would have to sell or trade off your kook that you like so much.

>> No.26172379

>People will not trade one large material object (house) for one small material object (gold)

They've done it for 5000+ years

>> No.26172398

I own bitcoin and agree that its stupid but the bitcoin meme has been going for 12 years now and its still growing.

My only regret is not getting in on the ponzi earlier.

Monero might legit be banned at some point.

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Because it's in BU condition for a coin that's almost 100 years old and was used heavily as money in the depression and post '33. Most examples in the wild are well circulated, some worn to shit.

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Fellow gentlemen, please answer me, is 100oz AU the goal a humble person should set for himself to retire in peace and dignity?
Currently I have ~29oz au.

>> No.26172487


CLF mooning tomorrow?

>> No.26172503

If some guy tries to buy my house for a bag of gold coins or a briefcase full of cash I'd feel weird but if the same guy tries to buy my house for a bank wire (in the future perhaps bitcoin) I'd feel okay with that.

>> No.26172518

>Monero might legit be banned at some point.
BTC can be banned. Monero can't. It matters for BTC since dump hedgies never bought into the anti-establishment aspects of crypto. They were just motivated by price action
Monero is going to be how drug warlords pay for weapons overseas. Doesn't matter what the Fed says.

>> No.26172614

Do you have recommendations on what form of silver to buy? I bought 3 1kg coin bars of silver and 75 1oz coins last year. I was expecting the silver bars to be better value for money but im checking buy/ask prices here (european country) regularly and it seems to be the opposite. The bars have a lower premium on the spot price but the sell value is at least 10% lower than the buy (if you sell at commercial dealers). For coins the premium is higher then bars but the sell value is only like 5% below the cost of buying. So why bother with bars or am i forgetting something? I dont want to sell but why should I pay for bars if the spread is higher and the flexibility is lower?

>> No.26172716

I have 20 oz and wish I had 50.

>> No.26172721

Because shtf has yet to happen? Maybe?

>> No.26172762

There's your problem.

>> No.26172906

I trust my instincts.

>> No.26172907

Yeah that might be true. If the demand for the bars goes up the spread will get smaller. Im just wondering why coins perform so much better atm when it comes to buy/sell price ratio at commercial dealers (at least in europe). Demand for coins seems to be much higher atm and couldn't that be the same case even in shtf scenario?

>> No.26173140

if u dont have the response with that much gold, you are likely to get scammed when SHTF

>> No.26173178

You'd feel better about selling your house for numbers on a screen? Are you insane?

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is now a time to buy real estate?
or wait until later this year?
i suspect that even though though the weak economy should reduce demand and push prices lower,...
there will be so much money looking for alternative safe assets to offset this and that real estate will stay the same or increase in price.

anybody else see this as a possible scenario?

>> No.26173300

Two are networks, two are physical items that can be forged.

You expect me to own a mass spec?

>> No.26173329

Depends on where you live. Housing prices have been rising in much of the US because of easy credit and limited supply from forbearance agreements.
There is a debt time bomb waiting in the wings for people with delayed rent and mortgage payments.

>> No.26173392

I am currently in the phase of stacking.
Sir, please do the needful.

>> No.26173407

What is the smallest practical denomination of gold coin you can carry around and use in day to day purchases?

>> No.26173549

myt typical day to day purchase mostly involve buying food, gas, living essentials.
i make these purchases several times/week and almost never spend more than $50usd per trip.
i dont have any small enough gold pieces to buy anything that small

i think merc dimes or other constitutional US silver would have to be used for "day to day" purchases.
gold would be for bigger things like buying a car or a generator

>> No.26173606

Redpill me on Monero, is it actually private or is there a public ledger and you have to show ID to buy it?

>> No.26173748


Saw this on Twitter, kind of interesting.

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Henlo frens
New kid around the block here, today i made my first purchase : 20oz of maples. I bet it's not much compared to you guys, but my goal is to reach 100oz before summer. Still learning about PMs, /pmg/ seems to be super comfy, mind if i take a seat?

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Look what I got in the mail today. I bought this early in January for under spot and didn't think it was going to get here for another month. Somehow shipping this coin from halfway across the world was the cheapest use of world resources.

>> No.26173944

You know Monero has its own general, I think they'd be a lot more helpful to you there.

>> No.26173976

Maples are great because of the bullion dna database. https://www.mint.ca/store/mint/about-the-mint/bullion-dna-8900026

>> No.26174123

welcome fren. good start there.
lots of ideas and opinions around here, but i for one, still feel bullish about stacking.
of course its mostly for long term holding. but the bigger my stack gets, the more i have available to sell off a portion of it for profit if opportunity does strike, then i buy more later when it dips again. still mostly slow long term buy and hold

>> No.26174161

wtf is mint dna
>t.500+ oz silver

>> No.26174292

Welcome fren, good start and Maples are great coins!

>> No.26174342

>is now a time to buy real estate?
Real estate investor here (albeit small, sub 1.5m NW) -
Short answer is no, long answer is no. Look at the housing price charts of pre-2007 and today and you'll start to see a pattern. The economy is in a delicate balance right now and if the millions people who bought overpriced houses start defaulting on their payments even though those are very low interest loans, we'll see a repeat of the 2008 crisis. The only way around that is to institute UBI or outlaw foreclosures and evictions (again). If inflation starts running rampart and the cost of living goes up, you bet that salaries will not keep pace as they never have kept up with real inflation, and suddenly that $3500 monthly payment on a piece of shit suburban house you bought with nearly no money down becomes more and more difficult to pay even if the government is giving you an extra $600 every couple months.

It might be different depending on markets but in my market (South Florida) the last year prices were sane was 2016 or 2017; since then, things have gone bonkers.

My advice would be to divert whatever money you're saving for a downpayment into a safe store of value, wait until prices adjust and then go for a loan. If your credit is good and you're employed, you won't have much trouble getting a loan; and since the FED can't raise interest rates ever again, you won't be missing out much.

This is a fren friendly place, welcome.

>> No.26174355

I guess it might have to do with familiarity. Regular folks might want a backing they "trust".

>> No.26174399

No, you trust the banks and Pooh.

>> No.26174403


Well, you've answered my point even if you disagree. Its not practical to carry around gold coins, even small ones. Too much gold.

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>> No.26174487
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Actually thinking of ordering an RS Mizar gold tester, any used them before? I want to resmelt my stack into larger ingots then test for purity. Should be 24K but I just want to make sure.

>> No.26174531

Generally in human history, gold was used for major purchases (real estate, titles, etc.) and transactions between nations. Silver was used for "everyday" purchases.

>> No.26174750

You are a victim of normalcy bias, all you have ever known is the numbers on a screen so you trust them.
At the same time you dont trust your own judgement and would rather the government step in to protect you than risk not spotting a scam.

>> No.26174919

I'd rather get ripped off by the government than ripped off by a con artist desu

>> No.26174987

What about raw rural land?

>> No.26175052

I want foreign coins. Most of those dealers don’t sell anything foreign. And the Russian site has a very small selection.

>> No.26175140

Bitcoin is just air.
When shit hits the fan it won't be worth the harddrive it's saved on.

>> No.26175207

Why get ripped off at all? Look, we know why you came here, it's fine. Just consider playing a bit into pms and continue whichever way you want. We're all here for the same reason, just come with us.

>> No.26175432

Already do but I'm not selling my house for boomer rocks.

>> No.26175725

Birclin won't have value in ten years.

>> No.26175820

ok well my credit is good/excellent
solid stable job at low 6figure salary
just looking for a small simple house as primary residence. avg market price home where I'm looking is $250k
if i knew home prices were going to drop more than say 20%, then I'd want to wait.
but if they're going to stay the same or increase, then i don't want to wait any longer.

so my main consideration is,.. if i wait for a bubble collapse will i be able to swoop in and buy something at a price significantly less that today's price?
obvious question on everyone's mind rn i suppose. but thats my main concern.

>> No.26175914
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bit of Golden Triangle News!

University Study Pinpoints Enduro's Burgundy System as Galore Creek Suite

Pretium Resources Achieves Above Mid-Point of 2020 Production Guidance; Significantly Reduces Debt with a Discretionary Payment of $160M; and Provides 2021 Production, Cost and Free Cash Flow Outlook

Brixton Metals Taps Porphyry at Camp Creek, Drilling 439m 0.34% CuEq, including 278m of 0.43% CuEq, including 105m of 0.60% CuEq with the bottom of the hole at 6.2m of 2.27% CuEq at its Thorn Project

Ascot Resources Extends Gold Mineralization at the "Day Zone” to the North

>> No.26176010

What is you opinion on gold ETCs?

>> No.26176078
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The little mammoth blesses you anons

>> No.26176456

70% enduro metals

Because I can.

>> No.26176696

>Bullion dealers

Why is Miles Franklin not included on the list? I know they dont do online transactions through the website like others do as they operate a policy of privacy for pm buyers who dont want a digital record but are a recognised main dealer.

>> No.26177119

>Miles Franklin
Literally who

>> No.26177397

kooks are always a good buy, any size due to limited mintage. i buy each year's release regardless of spot price.

>> No.26177646

Beautiful stack. I love the gold flakes.

>> No.26177751

Out of my realm of knowledge, so I can't opine. My best guess is that the prices of rural land didn't suffer the same overevaluation that the major population centers did, so they are likely more dependent on local factors.

Hard to say by how much the prices will drop once we have a correction in the real estate market, but remember that we're living through an "Everything bubble" where major asset classes are at the highest they've ever been. Once one pops, there will be a domino effect no doubt.

Since markets aren't all the same, my suggestion to you is to find a home that you're interested in then load up the county's Property Appraisal website. All the counties where I operate have this easily accessible, so I can see the transaction history for that property, the property taxes and more importantly the assessed property value - what the county uses to calculate your taxes. This is will almost always be under the "Fair market value" of the property, the number you will usually see listed on Zillow or Redfin for example. That's usually a conservative estimate of what the property might cost.

I have a property that I bought in '10 for 32k that's valued today at 270k, with pretty much no improvements done to it besides make it livable (it was a dump before), so that might give you an idea for how bonkers the market currently is.

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bit more news!

Blue Lagoon Resources Adds Second Drill Rig; Releases First Rock Sample Numbers From Its Fall Prospecting Program

Nicola Mining Announces 2021 Exploration Objectives at New Craigmont Copper Project

Spanish Mountain Reveals Project Strategy for 2021 and Accelerates Field Work with a Winter Program

>> No.26178074

>Nicola Mining with an announcement

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What do the pmgbros think of antique-stacking? I'd love to possess some 2K year old silver coins, sadly idk anything about this. I went on ebay and i was really surprised by how 'cheap' it was for stuff that old, it's maybe because i'm living in what used to be a roman occupied province for centuries (south of France), but i saw tetradrachms and denarius being auctionned for 25-30 bux with 0 buyers, and the sellers looked very legit..
It there something i'm missing? I thought it would cost way more, i know there was a lot of money minted by romans and greeks, but damn.. it still feel incredibly cheap, no?

Do any of you own some very old coins? I'd love to have few tips before starting to buy all the old shinies i can put my paws onto.

>> No.26178282

From what I read those two types are the most popular to fake of the “ancient” coins.

>> No.26178351

i know right, any new is great news!

>> No.26178353

Is there any way to easily detect the fake ones?

>> No.26178462

I'm from Utah and have some of them. I've also been to the UPMA office and met their team (which creates the goldbacks). They feel like a thin laminate. Very cool. Use one as a bookmark. Some businesses in Utah do accept them as payment since gold/silver is valid legal tender in Utah.

>> No.26178492

>and the sellers looked very legit..

The sellers may be legit but doesn't mean what they are selling is, probably no interest as people dont think Roman coins would be in any kind of sellable condition

>> No.26178560

I don’t know. I’m still learning myself. From what I’ve read It’s easier too fake the old ones due to the lack of standard minting practices and poorer technology used to mint the coins. I’m no expert though. Keep studying I suppose.

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What do you call this pattern? Is it bullish when the price is off the charts for a certain time?

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did you try to zoom out?

>> No.26178929

No, I just opened the site. I looked above my screen as well but there was nothing there.

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>> No.26179068

So I just started my collection and got some morgan silver dollars and kennedy halfs. Is there a good app to track the inventory of my silver portfolio?

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It barely went above your screen, still weird movements, but we've seen way shaddier things than that lately.

>> No.26179079

holy fuck, those creases and bends

>> No.26179098

Stop trying to break the simulation

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>Do you guys have any reputable eBay sellers?
mbarrcoins is a reputable seller, but generally speaking, for foreign junk silver you don't really have to worry about fakes. I usually only buy foreign junk silver from eBay anyway because I almost never have to worry about fakes.

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So that's why traders have a lot of screens.

>> No.26179905

Hey I’ll second this.

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I'd really be afraid of putting it into my wallet or folding it thinking it would crease up.

Of course this just opens the door for some kino wallets ala the sovereign dispensing case

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A sheet of paper stored in your safe

>> No.26179995

Bought some silver bars a few hours ago. I never time the bottom.
I am sorry bros

>> No.26180027

>almost never have to worry about fakes.
Why do you say that? That’s sounds overly optimistic. I appreciate the dealer recommendation. I just started buying from eBay and have been very nervous to buy foreign junk.

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>i saw tetradrachms and denarius being auctionned for 25-30 bux with 0 buyers, and the sellers looked very legit..
>It there something i'm missing?

There are tons of fake coin sellers on eBay, but plenty of legit dealers too. Always check the fake Ancient Coin sellers lists like http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=18502.0 for their username and research the coins too. Plenty of genuine Roman silver denarii can be had for $20-30 but most aren't high grade or appealing.

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Lots of different types to choose from, most fakes are of well known brands/coins
>Junk silver
No country has silver in regular coin currency anymore. These coins are old and worn, and they are silver which is less opportunistic than say trying to fake and pass off a gold piece.
I would never buy gold off of eBay.

>> No.26180322

Excel spreadsheet.

>> No.26180389
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Don't tell anyone except for yer frens on 4chinz what you're stackin'

>> No.26180429

This picture makes me happy.

>> No.26180467

Yeah I definitely wouldn't fold them. I think it's more to get peoples' interest. UPMA also offers accounts backed with physical (and you can go deposit physical) and they issue a debit card so you can spend your metals, anywhere that accepts debit cards, just like a normal savings/checking account.

>> No.26180484

Government cant hack paper kiddo

>> No.26180494

Yeah, I just loaded up a google sheet and importhtml the silver price in

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would this be bullish for PMs?

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An ounce is an ounce boyos, there is not the volatility of crypto shitcoin portfolio or stonks where you have to look at it every second or each day. What advantage would you have by keeping track of your inventory digitally? I can only think of disadvantages especially if you're storing it on the cloud...

Keep a paper ledger for max privacy desu. It beats keeping a gold_silver_stacks_UwU.xlsx saved anywhere.

>> No.26181062

Will Qtards just shut the fuck up already? Zion Don has been laughing all the way to the bank the last 4 years because of retards who actually believe he’s their savior. This “Inaugurated as the 19th president” cope is beyond pathetic

>> No.26181150

ngmi kiddo

>> No.26181182
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How will vaccine passports affect the market for PMs and more importantly our ability to stack?

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>> No.26181312

>calls me a tranny because I point out the pure delusion of MIGA niggers
Trump is not your savior, he is an ultra-Zionist judeophile. Why do you think he signed a law cracking down on internet “hate speech” just last week? I’d like to see you 4D chess your way out of that one

>> No.26181333

This stuff is getting legit comical.
As a non-american I actually hope something like that happens, descending the United Golems into chaos, but unfortunately nothing ever happens.

>> No.26181337

Off topic, but what happened to healthcare privacy? Why does a Wal-Mart greeter need to know my medical history?

>> No.26181418

there is still 2024 if we have a country left by then, I still favor the punished trump theory

>> No.26181787

>trump will run again
He will be in 24/7 grift mode with TrumpTV
Doesn't change anything about PMs. Ol' Janet is back and now its time to see if she is going to even pretend to care about a strong dollar.

>> No.26182043

You're actually a tranny

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if mental illness is bullish for PMs then sure

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>> No.26182302

laws dont seem to apply anymore and courts are uninterested in protecting rights

>> No.26182397
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whats everyone doing lately? Work is one thing but I have to start thinking about the spring. Anyone have any major goals for this coming year?

>> No.26182486

Lol whatever you say Qoomer. Two more weeks, trust the plan

>> No.26182499

I have a weird question. I'm stacking silver rounds, bars and a touch of gold to pay a dowry when I get married in Cambodia. What are some fitting rounds that I should pick up.
No Chinese lunar bullshit please

>> No.26182528

Moving across country next week to get back closer to some friends and new opportunities. Big goal this year is to find a side job (just for entertainment and to get out of the house, I don't need the money).

>> No.26182613
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Singapore made Gold and Silver bullion coins for a while, you may want to get one of those if you can find a good deal on it. I know they sell some of them on Apmex, but at a considerable premium.

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Been working out a little more lately with the free weights I have at home. Glad I bought these when everyone else was panic buying toilet paper almost a year ago before these disappeared from the shelves too. it's a lot more convenient to just work out whenever instead of driving to the gym.

>> No.26182669

That's cool. I'll see if I can find on that isn't marked up too much

>> No.26182726

i am glad the community gym has stayed open here, its helped a lot of people handle this whole "lockdown" situation.

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Where are you located? And will you have to pay duties when you bring these to cambodia?

>> No.26182740

hey pan is buying a claim online legit? I want to be in nature and pan for gold. screw this covid indoor dystopia

>> No.26182819

depends on where your buying it from, I already caught one guy scamming on kijiji thanks to someone here pointing them out. Depends where you are in Canada or the US. I can link to the appropriate info for both if you want. Dont expect big nugs like i get right off the bat either, there is a lot of learning involved.

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French Indochina Piastres might be nice as well, but you'll have to watch out for fakes of them, I hear they're somewhat common.

>> No.26182933

Are you the faggot that always talks about retiring at 35 in Southeast Asia?

>> No.26182963

there was one on ebay but it looked legit given all the sell reviews. found a different site and it's getting sold for less then $4000 which seems very cheap. I'm in Canada but leaning towards America. would appreciate info for both though thank you.

>> No.26182995

she looks like she has nice milkers.
work on acquiring tech skills to make more money. improve posture. lose some weight. idk just take better care of myself in general. what about you pan man?

>> No.26183140

I'm familiar with the Libyan conflict's relationship to a gold backed currency, but how is the Iraq war (I assume the 2003 one) related?

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JM Bullion is completely out of 90% silver coins except for the $10,000 bags of them. Is this normal? I just want some Mercs and feel like I'm too late.

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If silver goes to $50 about how high would PAAS be?

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>the absolute state of Qoomers
I'm amazed as the extent of denial they can reach just to refuse to admit they live in a globohomo commie corpocracy, exclusive property of the international jewry.

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Looks like Monument is selling a tube of 50 merc dimes for about $100.00. Is this a fair deal? I have no junk silver at all and about 75 oz of pure silver.

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The game is never meant to end

>> No.26183393

My goal last year was to finally get off my ass and learn Japanese, something I intended to do 15 years ago and was too lazy to start. Actually made decent progress throughout the year, but my mom suddenly passed away from lung cancer mid last year and as the oldest I ended up in charge of the family; it's been a hell of a lesson on the complex workings of the probate and estate system. She had a life insurance policy for me and my two brothers, and that's kind of how I ended up on /pmg/, looking for a way to protect that money from just getting eaten up by inflation and the upcoming turmoil.
Now I'm learning about finance, and digesting as much about miners as possible from you guys because I see it as a one in a lifetime opportunity to escape the rat race.
Of course I already converted a good chunk of that cash to precious metals, I won't be betting on miners alone.

>> No.26183512

in the US you need to be a US citizen to hold a mining claim I believe, same goes for Canada too. give me some links and I ll tell you if the ground their selling is moose pasture or actually worth something. So many of the sellers here are hawking swamp land as though its multi million dollar mining territory.
when i am not working or shitposting, doing a lot of short workouts at the gym to stay active, lots of target practice with company geos, bit of snow mobiling too. Lots of hurry up and wait on permits as well.

>> No.26183561

sorry to hear that mate but good on you for learning another language, keep at it!

>> No.26183722



CMC Metals with a technical update. Looks good to me, but I would like PAN MAN to weigh in.

>> No.26183799

the person told me that you can register a company and own a claim. it's the way to get around that issue. can you share the Canadian resources you talked about? also here's a link of locations I was looking at


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Pan Man,

What is out there in mining these days for a guy with a BS in geology? I graduated two years ago with almost a 4.0 major GPA but no research or internships. I really should have made more of it when I was in, but I was trying to blast through it. Right after I graduated I got into flying for a living, but that is not a great industry to be in right now so I'm looking at doing something else.

Most of my classmates are working dead end jobs, but most of them have something keeping them tied to a specific region or don't want to be outside.

Is there much out there in mining for someone where I'm at? I've done a fair bit of magnetic survey for a project. I'm also confident that I don't know everything there is to know about field work but I don't mind mapping a bit. I don't mind being wherever either, trying to make shit work overseas is actually kind of fun for a while.

Also, whether I started job hunting now or got a masters does being good with equipment count for anything? I've got plenty of time running dozers and oddball equipment being a farm kid.

>> No.26183814

Thanks. It will be my 4th (though admittedly my Spanish is kind of shit, but you can't survive in Florida without it), but for the time being the financial lingo has to take priority. I still plan on taking the N4 proficiency test next time they apply it (usually once a year, I hear next one will be December), should be simple enough to pass.

Thank you for what you do PM, and also the other regulars who know who they are.

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Unironically eternally bound to Israel

>> No.26184023

i ll have a look in a moment, sedar is being stupid and keeps resending me to the home page. I ll try the link on CMC's website.

yep that works, but its being fixed this year in fact. you will need a legal Canadian entity to hold your claim titles next. Everything you need should be here https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/mineral-exploration-mining/mineral-titles/frequently-asked-questions or here https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/mineral-exploration-mining/mineral-titles/mineral-placer-titles/claims-mineral-placer-titles

I ll have a look thanks! Hopefully its not crap again!

>> No.26184076

Solar panels use a lot of silver. Silver is going to outpace Gold when the "green economy" begins to inflate the price of solar panels.

>> No.26184138

start calling around companies and see what they think, thats the easiest metric to go off. You sound like you have a bit of field experience and are bright, any number of companies would likely snap you up for a geo tech position somewhere, so long as your ok with camp life. There is a massive glut of people looking for work, and a lot of jobs out there too, go snoop around and see what you get. I would hire you in a heart beat if you were in BC.

>> No.26184229

No. pmsforsale will sell them to you for way cheaper, probably 18.5-19x spot value.

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All I wanted was a house in the forest, a loving, faithful wife, a pack of ferrets, and enough leisure time to stay fit, hunt, dive, and write novels.

>> No.26184433

any specific claims on here your interested in? you also understand what your getting into owning land like this? Claims in the states can be a bit of a hassle depending where they are and if the land above them is privately owned by someone else.

>> No.26184469

thanks for the sources PM. what do you mean it's being fixed though? bring Canadian and having a company in the states won't be eligible to hold a claim any more? is Alberta or BC a good place to pan? my brother now lives in Alberta and I'm in Ontario and thinking a move out of this province would be good for me. I'm hitting a wall here and it's really depressing me.

>> No.26184518

I'm guessing $150 USD

>> No.26184543

>start calling around companies and see what they think, thats the easiest metric to go off.

Will do, I'll be back on this thread if I find anything. I'm only just starting on this now, I was supposed to be on an aviation contract job now, but making things go internationally for the last eight months has been like swimming in quicksand.

> I would hire you in a heart beat if you were in BC.

I wouldn't mind working with a fellow /biznessman, but I only have US citizenship. I tried like hell to find a way to get legal anyway I could for an aeromag job on your side of the border but I finally gave it up because the company wasn't willing to cut corners on what my occupation would be classified as. Probably not a bad idea on their end, they made it sound like they could really get screwed if they played too fast and loose with that stuff.

>> No.26184557

I think they're cool but won't be buying any. How come these guys aren't getting BTFO by the feds like the liberty silver guy?

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I have the same suspicion. Foreign capital will snap up any cheapies later. Buy well within your means now or risk renting forever.

>> No.26184622

Anyone here ever have to file a claim with USPS? 100 oz silver bar shipped out of Vegas from silvergoldbull on the 8th of January and has been stuck at "in transit, arriving late" since. Getting a bit worried. Any anons been in a similar situation?

>> No.26184636

Working as much as I can before school starts in February. I'm only 4 classes away from my bachelor's after all these years. Also, going back to kickboxing, working on technical skills, and looking at disruptive tech to break into. But just trying to be a more self actualized man in general, no specific goals though. just want to be better.

>> No.26184667

I've had a lot of USPS deliveries arrive very late in the last few weeks. I'd give it a few more days.

>> No.26184726

Yea it takes a while. Just chill for a while, there’s no worry. Also no point in calling to ask about it. That just breaks opsec in order for them to tell you it’s still in transit.

>> No.26184802

Thanks lads, I guess I'll just be patient

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Anyone here had a chance to read this?

I've been picking at it when I have time, some wild stories in here.

One story goes that a geology prof was in at totally geologically forgotten area in Canada in the 40s mapping with his students and found some odd garnets and other things. It was so inaccessible that nobody payed much attention to it for years.

Then in the 90s, he's retired and reading his newspaper and sees a story about a new mine right where he had been working.

It turns out to be a fucking kimberlite. In Canada, which apparently nobody really though seriously about when he was in academia.

He dumps his life savings into a small cap that was working there and makes a fortune.

Tons more in here, that's just a little peice.

>> No.26184804

not PMs but I had 2 rifles mailed 12/3/20 that should've arrived in 3 days and yet they didn't arrive until last fucking week. The tracking number still says "in transit arriving late"

USPS is nigger tier shitty, all the more so right now

>> No.26184809

basically theres been a problem where people have been using numbered companies to hold massive amounts of claims and not actually filing any work with them what so ever, instead choosing to pay the work forwards, holding the rights like a property flipper. People complained and so the government is now going to probably force claim holders to actually do some form of physical work on their claims or risk forfeiture to the government. As for which province is better for panning, BC has more gold but also more regulations. Alberta doesnt have a claim system, but you can basically pan where and when you like. BC also doesnt have much open ground right now so you will have to buy a claim off someone, but I do know a lot of different people with good ground willing to sell for reasonable rates. I ll post some links in a bit for you, I want to get started on this 43-101 report.

yea americans trying to work here have a hard time getting in, its because were hyper protectionist when it comes to technical labor work. perhaps some day i ll be working on ground in Alaska and i ll be able to call on you US guys for help then. Also have you ever considered looking for a helicoper / general pilot gig for one of the bush companies that operate for these remote camps? they would hire you without issue i am sure.

>> No.26184840

>How come these guys aren't getting BTFO by the feds like the liberty silver guy?
They will when the time comes. Once the dollar collapses, they'll need someone to blame. Why kill your scapegoat before you need it?

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Did you buy CLF?


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Daily Reminder that the USPS is a Welfare Program before it is a delivery service.

>> No.26184945
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Relevant clip

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Idk but PAAS feels extremely oversold right now. I bought at $31.50 thinking it was the bottom but it somehow managed to tank even further on friday. I'm maybe on copium, but look at this and tell me this isn't a great opportunity at least for the short term.
Look at the selling volume since ten days. Look at the share reaching the 6 months low support.

Tomorrow i'm going all in PAAS, 0 fucks given. Wish me luck frens.

>> No.26185061

If your firearms were stolen thru any distributor just file a claim and tell them your going to contact the ATF, They always find it within seconds. I know anything that gets to Oakland, CA gets stolen.

>> No.26185141

o the stories about what Chuck Fipke and his mates got up to when the diamond rush started up there are great. Dudes in survival parka suits hanging half frozen out of the back of a helicopter tossing claim posts out the door, a dude lost his swamper pickup to a bog and had to walk for a week to get help, panning diamonds next to suspiciously round lakes. Canadian Military involvement. O its great stuff.

>> No.26185229


> Also have you ever considered looking for a helicoper / general pilot gig for one of the bush companies that operate for these remote camps? they would hire you without issue i am sure.

I'd love to break into that, but its closed up a lot in the last year. It'll open up like crazy though sooner or later, maybe even to the point where a one man show charter operation could do okay. Flying tourists to camps is not doing great because of corona, and air tours were not doing great before that because of a few really terrible preventable crashes with tour planes. My information on the North slope is a little outdated, but Conoco cancelled a lot of their contracts for airplanes, and one of the big charter operators folded. All of that came together to put a lot of qualified pilots on the street looking for work.

>> No.26185265

Really depends on you but the mining industry has been pretty shitty for the past few years if you don't live in Russia or Australia. Most grads end up on environmental remediation projects for engineering firms, or mudlogging.
It's fine work but don't do it for the money. If you want money or easy work, just do a finance/commerce (not IB) degree. If you're a big brain, do EE or CS and then get an MBA. Wouldn't waste my time with anything else desu.

t. have a useless biochem degree, knew how to program but am now back for a CS degree even though this field has rapidly gone to shit as well. Be a business chad.

>> No.26185287

I was looking at this one which sold yesterday on ebay for $1850!


I wouldn't look at anything if it wasn't on water. part of the allure for me comes from interacting with water. nah I have no idea but I'd imagine if someone is adjacent they will come on to your land and create problems?

that completely makes sense and I'm glad they're going to do that to be honest. keeps the potential hobby available to the little guy. are they just going to want to see proof of physical labour in the land? interesting Alberta doesn't have a claim system.. I'll let my brother know. him and his new wife hike a lot, fun hobby to add to it. any idea what claims in B.C. go for? yeah looking forward to the links, I'll check back later, started a movie

>> No.26185290

there a lot of companies looking for float plane and heli pilots in alaska right now, especially for the projects near the Alaska Yukon border, keep an eye out you sound perfect for that sort of work.

>> No.26185474

>i saw tetradrachms and denarius being auctionned for 25-30 bux with 0 buyers, and the sellers looked very legit..
100% fake at that price. In legit auctions, great tetradrachms go for $150+, denarii could go for 30 but it depends how debased they are (republican ones like the one pictured would go for 50-80).
Regardless, it would be a huge shame to melt them down, given their historical value.

>> No.26185493

any advice on the tech skills thing? I only work 4 days a week so I could benefit from gaining an actual skill on the side

>> No.26185515
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Never seen anything like this before, the fuck happened?

>> No.26185540

depends on what you want to do, just panning? highbanking? sluicing? basic machine operations?
Also really before you buy anything, ask permission to view and wander the property yourself, a lot of these guys wont let you, because they know the photos wont match or other bs. These are reasonably priced for a placer claim, but I would have to actually go on the ground to tell you which is best. Do your research on the area and look up what the old timers were looking for, and see if that matches whats being sold here.

As for your other part yes the gov already wants photos of physical work, but they will now want to do a yearly site visit to corroborate you actually did what you say you did. To many people bullshiting reports digging holes in road ditches and such. In BC you can get a claim from the government for $100, but the going rates for interesting land here is around $1500-5k again you have to really do your home work on this, you dont want to buy empty land!

>> No.26185611

>there a lot of companies looking for float plane and heli pilots in alaska right now, especially for the projects near the Alaska Yukon border, keep an eye out you sound perfect for that sort of work.

Good to know, I'll keep the resumes flowing on that.

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i wanna go meteorite hunting

>> No.26185771

I got them, it just took a fucklong time. USPS is trash

>> No.26186095


Buy a cheap fixer-upper house. Get a better job. Stack PMs, stocks, and ammo.

Do some of the fun stuff that I couldn't do for years because I was too poor.

Finish at least one damn novel.

>> No.26186141

Oh hey it happened again

>> No.26186284

Asked this a few threads ago but didn't get any responses, but what's the general feel around royalty companies?
My LCS recommended going with Royalty companies over mining companies since they don't face the same risks, but they won't offer the same returns.

Would they be a decent hedge against the volatility of miners? He suggested I look into FNV, MTA (Metalla) and NOVRF (Nova Royalty)

FNV is too expensive for me to get a decent position in, so that one might be out of reach. NOVRF mooned this last month.

>> No.26186540

>or 0% since feb 2020

>> No.26186590

You will when an oz of gold is 25k.

>> No.26186649

Ascot, Scottie, and Eskay. How are they related? Eskay is the boss right? Scottie is the smaller of the three?

>> No.26186688

I am not particularly well versed in royalty companies otherwise I would help you out, Teuton Resources is one I ve been watching though, and there is also Osisko Gold Royalties as well.

>> No.26186723

Rural Land depends on location. Some of it is over valued and some of it is under valued. Depends on the purpose and the area good crop land in a crop area is more expensive. Good cattle land in a cattle area is more expensive. Good cattle land in a non cattle area is less expensive. Bad cattle land in a cattle area is less expensive. Depends on the land really if you're talking rural, as in not ten acres close to a city that is fake "rural".

>> No.26186764

Fuck yeah finally some news from Nicola mining.

>> No.26186767

Silver seems to be holding strong, despite some attempts to suppress the price

>> No.26186778

On average each square mile of desert receives one non-microscopic meteorite per century. Technically speaking it's possible to farm them, but not on a human time scale.

>> No.26186809

>971oz of silver
You will make it in post-colapse.

>> No.26186812

Eskay is named after the legendary Eskay Creek Gold and Silver mine, currently owned by Skeena Resources. Eskay Mining is just to the south west of the past producing Eskay Creek mine and is their own separate entity. Scottie Gold and Ascot are neighbors south of the Eskay Creek and Pretium Brucejack mines near Stewart BC, their only 10 minutes drive away from each other. Scottie is the smallest yes followed by Eskay mining.

>> No.26186842

Thats impressive.

>> No.26187127

Ah interesting. Looks like I need to brush up on ascot.

>> No.26187163

100oz of AU?
Bump it to no less than 250 oz of silver while you can. Ensure you have both 1oz coins, 1/2 oz coins, and a few 1/4th coins. Most here advise against that, but I bought in extremely cheap on 1/2oz and 1/4th oz silver for personal use if the time arises all the while ensuring having both junk silver and 1 oz bars & coins.

At this point I would say buying full 1oz silver coins is your best bet. The time to buy pure fractional silver has passed. Junk silver with cash paired with pure single ounce silver is the way to go.

Gold simply is measured in silver.
Gold was used only by nobles by the time of Alexander the great and his father philip while backed in liquidity of silver in massive amounts for use of both novels and plebs.

>> No.26187167

How do you feel about hecla as a company?

>> No.26187441

Usa is a shithole. I cant wait for itbto collapse. We are barely a second world country

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very good, there one of the longest running miners in the US because they have fantastic leadership and invest in properties that remain productive even in poor economic settings. I cant sing enough praise for Hecla, leaders in safety, efficiency, and exploration.

>> No.26187521

funny pic. Demon core is hella scary

>> No.26187552

Nice. I'm gonna have to throw some more money at blue lagoon. They really seem on top of it.

>> No.26187695

Arcadia is shilling Endeavour Silver. Are you a fan?

>> No.26187697

>JFK's EO 11110 for a silver-backed currency, was assassinated

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Stack tantalum!

>> No.26187771

I just looked this up on Wikipedia. Kennedy signed the EO on the same day he signed a repeal of the Silver Purchase Act which discontinued silver-backed US currency in favor of FRN's (which were assumed to be backed by gold). See this old news article:

>> No.26187829

I am not as well read up on Endeavour Silver, their mostly based in Mexico if I recall correctly, having several major operations and exploration projects on the go. Any news I should know about? I havent heard anything earth shattering out of them in a while but I also look at a ton of these companies at a time. I do recall earlier they sold their El Cubo property to VanGold which was interesting.

>> No.26187830

redpill me anon

>> No.26187910

>Stagflation is occurring, just as in the 70s and 80s. Shipping container crisis is a recent manifestation of it.
I don't follow. Are you saying there are not enough containers moving around because the dollar is dropping so the U.S. can't buy as much?

>> No.26188166

where from?

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posting mines

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I don't have mines, but the next best thing I have are stacks

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I just now watched Europa and got the full breadth of that whole time period. Not only did it really spell out the necessity to stack metals, but it also unironically may be the final redpill.

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Kazakhstan makes some super cool tantalum / silver bi-metal coins

>> No.26189107

you mean this series, anon?

>> No.26189108

Yes hello I’m a Monerochad here to assist. Monero is completely opaque, nobody can see your balance unless you want them to.

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Oh, we're stack posting for a bit? Here's my collection of 2 Reichsmark coins so far. Just ordered four more today for an even 20. Should be the last RMs I get for a while. Oh, and my DCA per coin is only 9.29, which is well under the ebay going rate of about $15, so yay me!

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Shit, forgot to rotate! Here they are again. Sorry everyone.

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>Oh, and my DCA per coin is only 9.29
WTF how did you do this?

>> No.26189244

How do I get a job in the mining industry PAN MAN? I live in Vancouver and am taking a level 3 first aid course soon

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>> No.26189432


>I'm familiar with the Libyan conflict's relationship to a gold backed currency, but how is the Iraq war (I assume the 2003 one) related?

Saddam Hussein wanted to trade oil in exchange for euros. It wouldn't have proved quite so radical a threat to dollar hegemony as a gold-backed currency, but it was still a very considerable one, and so Saddam had to be destroyed.


It is not so much that as that the economic system itself, just as in the 70s and 80s, is breaking down. Both price inflation and the shipping container crisis are a consequence of it.


>> No.26189435

what other skills do you have?
can you
>drive in harsh conditions
>good with being in the wilderness for long periods
>a team player or a loner
>technically skilled in machanics? geology? any science back ground?
>wilderness smart
>physically fit
>mentally stable

where do you want to work on site? where do you think you would best fit? If your unsure of these look around on junior mining network for a company operating near vancouver, and call them, ask them what they are looking for in employees. This is the best way to figure out if you want to get into this industry or not.

>> No.26189652

i don't think having a stack goal is smart. it's foolish to think of a set amount when in reality at 29oz (I'm at 21oz) you've already got over $50k worth an asset that will not depreciate, will most likely increase in value and you which you can liquidate immediately.
my goal is to just keep stacking for as long as I am able. work out your expenses, keep a logical amount of cash savings ready to go (for emergencies, repairs, purchases, etc), and then what's left over buy gold with. that's what I've been doing for the past 3 years and it's added up nicely.
gold for me is a inflation check - not a shtf mega epic collapse scenario.

>> No.26189657

Complicated luck.
>1st 6 were from Russianon(along with one 5RM coin), and I put 'em on PayPal credit (AND! PP gave me $20 off!)
>then one for 9.99 (a lucky ebay find)
>next 8 were an amazingly lucky ebay lot for only 49.50 shipped
>one more for 9.99 (same seller as #7)
>finally, two lots of 2 totalling $39
Add tax, divide by 20, avg = $9.294/ea.
Don't cheer too much though, for the .625 silver content, I figure I'm about 3x current spot.

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Owning 30 ounces of gold ($55,000 in today's currency) puts you in the top 1% of gold owners and undoubtedly in the top 1% of the world's new financial élite after the reset. At that point better to go with silver, a case where owning only 60 ounces ($1,500) puts you in the top 1% of silver owners. There is a considerable chance that the GSR might return to 1:40 (recent historic trend), 1:15 (historic), 1:8 (mining ratio), 1:3 (Renaissance/mediaeval times) or even 1:1 or 2:1 (ancient Egypt).

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I had multiple opportunities to buy 2 Reichsmark coins for $7 a piece back in 2019 and I passed them up because I thought it was "too expensive".

>> No.26190173


it's not funny anymore now its just shills trying to get a reaction for the Qtard stuff. which was retarded the whole time by the way

>> No.26190206

We were all numb to our federal overlords

>> No.26190338

Well, I mean, you weren't exactly wrong. Especially if you were looking to get them to add weight to your stack. I got mine a) to add a meme coin, and b) to fondle. Then, the 8 lot I snagged came in a short tube that will hold 20, so that became the goal. Now that the mission is accomplished, I'm done for the time being. Really, it's about what's comfortable to you, and I was comfortable with every one I got. I've been buying bullion as well, but these are for playing with. And in a pinch I could low-ball other sellers and still come out ahead.

>> No.26190352

Thanks, I have experience in various trades like welding. Not much experience in driving, but I do like the outdoors

>> No.26190359

I'm tempted to ask the LCS if he has any, he'll certainly have a better price than Ebay, but I'm worried about what he'll think about me.

>> No.26190703

He won't care, and he'll overcharge.

>> No.26190883

y'all do realize. While it's true m1 money supply has been a massive issue. There's been long term calling for down grade on ratings for US bonds. More than a few federal reserves outside of of Washington federal reserve calling a thaw on emergency federal asset binge.

When it's the fourth or fifth budget deadlock with federal services suspended. The first thing they will go after will be private savings accounts. They won't go after gold like FDR did bc it would cause a SHTF moment. And for such an integral and massive economy. This stop gap measure can last for possibly another decade if not more. This is literally doomsday shilling for some ETFs to pump and dump precious metals before the fall off the damn cliff again like they did a year ago. The metals value are also associated with their industrial demand such as Au for semi conductors and chips, Pt for auto manufacturing, Ag for a variety of chemical heavy industry processes, Cu for construction, heavy industries, etc. All of which is going to see a major stagnation as federal stimulus is predicted to tailor off, demand falls flat, sometime the end of this year or beginning of next.

>> No.26190937

>He won't care, and he'll overcharge.
I guess I shouldn't get too hung up on what other people think about me. He'll overcharge, but he'll charge less than Ebay.
If estate sales were still legal to have here I'd probably be able to get one for less than $10, the guy people hired on to organize the sales would buy Reichsmarks from Estates at spot and resell them at fairly reasonable prices.

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>> No.26190965

JPOW has stated that they aren't looking to review tampering down QE until 2023.
No one really cares about your gold. FDR took most of it in the 30s. Banks hold all the gold now.

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>> No.26191208


>federal stimulus is predicted to tailor off,

Impossible. Ten-year yield continues to rise, the whole system would collapse and fall to pieces if it got past 1.5% (both the budget and the asset bubbles). At least 5 trillion more in Q. E. necessarily on the way. Banking crisis imminent (many G-SIB equities at less than 30% or even 20% of book value), will requires tens of trillions to bail out. Real unemployment is 40% (ShadowStats), regular trillions in UBI necessary to prevent a violent revolution. Commodities and food are already soaring, money inflation is parabolic. Stagflation is here and will continue to get worse just like the 70s and 80s.


>Banks hold all the gold now.

Central banks actually hold only hold 20% of gold. Most of it is in the hands of the people in the form of jewellery. That's one reason why they hate it.

>> No.26191222

I also went ahead and read this link >>26187697
and I agree that the idea that Kennedy was trying to fight the fed is half-baked.
Still I find it peculiar that the last good silver coin was produced in 1964. There are good reasons for this though:
>escalation of war in Vietnam (paid for in inflating FRN's)
>aforementioned repeal of Silver Purchase Act
so yeah I'm not going to give Kennedy more credit then he deserves (though he deserves a lot)

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It's worth pointing out that, whatever you think of the JFK situation, the Hunt Brothers' plan for issuing silver-backed bonds is undoubtedly not a myth and is the second reason why they were destroyed (the first being to expose the COMEX by taking delivery).

>> No.26191574

With the ridiculous federal deficit. The QE promises is not from the fed, but from administration. Or at least I thought.
Yalen was a installed yes man. I have no idea what if anything would happen should bond ratings be down graded. As I suggested prior, individual feds in other regions might taper off in bond buying, as they already sit on a pile from the last 3 terms worth of emergencies.

>> No.26191598

comfy. send me back, bros. I'm ready

>> No.26191635

hmm I like the idea of silver backed bonds, but how would they pay interest on the bonds? I guess by selling inflated silver?

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>yfw you didnt get to help run the family gold mine at the turn of the century.

>> No.26191785


I haven't done the research into the details so can't say definitely, but presumably, yes. The sources which I know only give generic statements like "interest-bearing international bonds, backed by their silver holdings." I always thought of the bonds as being basically a new PM-backed currency, a return to a silver standard where you have silver substitutes which are essentially claim-cheques on the underlying metal. Not directly redeemable into silver like the old ones, but obliged to pay the value of the silver over time in fiat.

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I recently tried to run the numbers on interest spending using CBO numbers. It's hard to figure out how they measure interest expense but they do list the interest rate as pic related (absurdly low in my opinion so I filled in a couple other numbers).

>> No.26191993

Why are gold and silver stock down so much?

>> No.26191996

Who's baking?

>> No.26192044

i ll do it before bed

>> No.26192059


Miners should already be more than double what they are now on the basis of objective measures like cash flow and P. E. ratios. Don't worry about it, it's dislocation, simply continue to hold and wait for $30 silver. Investors are waiting on the side 1) For another universal March-2020-style crash which may never come, 2) For confirmation that this PM bull market is real and that we aren't simply sinking back to the sub-$20-silver suppression-range, which confirmation will come at $30 silver.

>> No.26192090

Thanks. I can do it next time if you're tired of baking.

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