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The Motherlode Edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/ (US)
https://goldsilver.be/en/ (BE/EU/UK)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

Russian/European coins
https://oldsilver.ru/ (EU/UK/US)

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ (UK)


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid, Magnets and Ping Test

Relevant information regarding mining companies

Previous thread:

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>> No.29988810

Wow what a specimen, it's like a plant is growing on it

>> No.29988874

What is going on here:


>> No.29988930

Have fun with your stupid boomer rocks when we're mining assturds, looser!

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>> No.29988981

What's spot for ounce of assturd at the moment?

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I got 2 rolls of Mercs last year for 169$
Got 2 more later in the year for 189$

>> No.29989015

I would love if someone who was actually knowledgeable about asteroid mining could visit PMG for a discussion. A rational debate would be enlightening.

>> No.29989076

Nice. Not his first time either

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loving this fiji sterling. shoutout to the anon who shared the deal. 13.something% under spot.

>> No.29989087

about 7 craptons per ozt

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i cant wait to make my dog a doghouse out of solid gold ingots for 20$

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Will do.

>> No.29989147

I agree, would love to hear someone talk about why deep sea mining keeps failing too. I get some of the problems but it appears even near shore excavation projects have recently gone under.

>> No.29989219

The knowledgeable asteroid miner is currently working as a knowledgeable gay Muslim unicorn therapist..

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im a FAN of this coin!

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Managed to dump my Klondike Silver at open today for about 10 cents. Thanks for the heads up everyone!

A big wake up call to do thorough DD on my investments.

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Our media is retarded. Even though inflation is good for PM's, normies will just agree with this because MSM said so.

>> No.29989374

you could say the reflectivity of the fields is dizzying :^)

>> No.29989391


won't happen for several hundred years. the only reason we'd mine something in space and bring it to earth is if it didn't already exist here (i.e. helium-3). there is zero reason to mine gold on asteroids when it's not even viable to mine it from the ocean.

>> No.29989478

The Twitter pumpers are already trying to talk it up again
And of course because the price is going down GV is about to derank it in his list. Buy high, sell low.

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Every single ounce of silver on eBay gets snapped up for at least £30/oz, usually over £33/oz

>> No.29989531

Does Canada have offshore claims for dredging like they do in Alaska?

>> No.29989589

even Deep DD wouldnt have caught that bullshit from Klondike Silver, their going to be in hell from their investors.

Guess the Silvery Slocan's incredible wealth will go to someone else. Maybe some more leaf PMG guys should get their FMCs and try to claim the ground when it comes open.

>> No.29989711

I get the "buy when everyone hates it" mentality, but Klondike may not even be a company with their own properties this time next year. That doesn't sound like a good idea.

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Hey Pan Man I've some DD related questions I thought you might know the answers to. What does "first-pass" drilling mean? I assume it means drilling that is used to test the stratigraphy in areas where surface exploration is insufficient for that but I'm not sure because Google doesn't help.

And another question I have is related to soil geochemical sampling. I've noticed that gold projects often have very low grade gold soil anomalies that are measured in parts per billion and whose higher grade areas are often max >50ppb Au. And more rarely I have come across projects that have over >2gpt gold in soil as the higher grade areas. Is higher grade gold in soil usually indicative of greater amounts of gold underneath the surface too, or does that depend on the geological setting, host rock and mineralization type (like epithermal vein deposit or disseminated type like Carlin-type or Cu-Au porphyry)? It would be great if it were as easy as seeing distinctly anomalous high grade gold in soil in an exploration play and just throwing money its way and seeing big gains lol, so I assume gold in soil doesn't tell too much about what's underground

>> No.29989734

yes but their very hard to acquire and use due to their locations being mostly in high shipping traffic areas. Dredging in BC is also tightly controlled unless your on 3 major rivers. However anyone with a 3 inch dredge is probably working a creekbed in the middle of the night without a permit anyway.

>> No.29989748

I'd throw down for that, Slocan is my old stompin grounds.

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>Imagine not being on the crypto gain train
gold is obsolete you dumb fucks lmao

>> No.29989854

Just picked up my 278th ounce for £23 delivered. Best I could do today.

>> No.29989861

Asteroids can't be mined yet. Assuming we continue getting better at space travel it will eventually be possible. Once it is possible it won't be profitable at first. The cost to mine (fuel, spaceships, etc.) is more than the value of metals recovered. Once we are here silver is fucked. These costs will go down over time following an exponential decay like economic theory suggests. The precious metals market (currently limited to earth) will be fucked.

But the world is going to shit, and we may never make it that far. And if shit hits the fan your silver coins will be worth more than your shitcoin crypto.

Metals are a hedge if we don't make it to space because of societal decay (the blacks).

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Imagine not being schizo

>> No.29989917

used in electronics retard
god why are people so dumb

>> No.29989922

So three hours ago Goldman downgraded their gold prediction from $2300 to $2000.thats why silver miners dumped today despite starting out in the green.

Meanwhile, goldman was one of the largest delivery takers on the comex this month.

Crimes. Kill them. Jail. Hang them. Shoot them. Burn them.

>> No.29989976

GV should not have upgraded Klondike to his "big" section and pumped it on Twitter when the price had already tripled

>> No.29990012

Imagine thinking commodities are obsolete...

>> No.29990014

69 gigashits per megrfart

>> No.29990017

They're not retarded, they are evil

>> No.29990028

wtf is a "precious metal"?
I only buy GayHorse because I like the fact that (g)AYHorse has horse in their name
not because of my little pony, I just like horses, real life horses
which reminds me of the horse our family used to have back in the day, nice fella. He's sadly gone now though
anyways wtf is a BayHorse?

>> No.29990054

This is why pms dumped a few hours ago, despite starting in the green.


>> No.29990061

For your first question, first pass drilling goes after the first set of targets indicated usually by surface outcrops or anomalies, its the drilling that tests the depth and trend of a potential ore body. Its than followed up by a second and third set of infill drilling to either extend or expand info on the discovered deposit.

As for the second question, higher gold annomoly in soil almost always means higher gold content nearby. Its not always fool proof, sometimes a small 1 gram flake gets mixed in and sends geo chem numbers through the roof, but its a good indicator for gold that is often buried by overburden that VTEM or other remote sensing gear could miss.

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Where my BidenBros out?
Thank god I got on the JoeTrain before it left the station!

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>> No.29990105

I've got some money tied up in crypto. But the metals are for security if we go full Weimar. There's no precedent for crypto yet during a serious depression or hyper inflation event

>> No.29990135

synagogue of satan, nuff said

gold isn't a commodity, that's just a lie (((they))) tell you to manipulate the price down

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We're shacked, racked and stacked here frens, comfy today. How are you?

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They took this from you

>> No.29990205

comfy fren..

>> No.29990219

Just grabbed 5 oz of silver from LCS and a half oz of gold off JM. Feeling pretty comfy

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shucked, fucked, and cucked, thanks for asking

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>near shore excavation projects have recently gone under.
Boom Boom

>> No.29990371

Is there anyone out there who will sell me a bunch of random 90% foreign junk based on weight? I wanna learn some history

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It works by sending a probe out to an asteroid scanned with a mass spectrometer to be rich in metals and grabbing it, parking it around the moon, and then sending means to that asteroid in orbit around the moon to mine it.

In sum, what space travel in 2020 sounded like in 1965 and we know what happened there.

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>> No.29990395

I've never heard anything about it but surprisingly I know the acronym and thought is was a thing.

>> No.29990438


not really. asteroid mining will always have enormous costs (and risks), and there would be zero reason to engage in it if the price didn't support it.

the idea that we can ramp up from collecting grams of rock dust from one asteroid, to profitably mining/refining/returning millions of tons of metals in our lifetimes is fantasy.

>> No.29990467

Yeah, that's comfy too..

yeah, that ain't so much

>> No.29990503

Amazing thing is how little it dumped. Morning for five seconds was a bloodbath a d then it even went up after that lol. I got out at. 85, could have sold for. 9 but we're talking only hundreds so whatever.

>> No.29990559

Gone from 0 oz to 70 oz in the last week. Gonna make it or fugged?

>> No.29990615

It will always be at the minimum a commodity anything else depends on policy

And yes back when grain was money it was also a commodity

>> No.29990618

Imagine her laughing as you desperately try to escape her. she rips off your clothes with ease as you crawl away, broken and bruised as she handles you like a child. you cry out for help as you squirm away, but her strong grip forces you right under her sweaty muscular body.
She breathes heavily as she takes in your lean body, ready for her personal use.
Tears fall from your eyes, watching her slide off her underclothes as she grinds painfully against your crotch, almost crushing your hips using her powerful glutes. your body responds, accepting your fate before your mind can, realizing that there is no escape from her.

She takes your rod, hot and ready to be used, and guides it into her, much to your despair. She grins evilly as you scream in pleasure and pain, her tight snatch robbing you of all your will; she likes your tenacity, enjoying the chase and fight she had to get through to reach her prize. She loves that she and her sisters will birth many strong children from your fertile body. She loves that you will share her bed and take pride in the children that her family will create with your ever-fruitful body.

Accept it or not, your fate will remain the same.

>> No.29990631

youre far less fugged than anyone you know. maybe slow the intake, go to once a week purchases

>> No.29990644

We forfeited as a people the opportunity to explore the stars and mine asteroids when we decided to move away from meritocracy and skills and towards diversity and tolerance.

Some kid from Columbia got a MBA in Math and his thesis was a Mixtape singing BLM..

We will never travel to space..

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okay which one of you fags just outbid me literally last second for the radium watch hands?

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>> No.29990729

We've never been to the moon. Don't be stupid.

>> No.29990751

you are easily within the top 5% of people worldwide in terms of silver ownership, probably top 1%

>> No.29990778

it's just money, period. in fact, gold is the only money ever. please revise the concepts propagated in your mind by big jewry for the purposes of your own exploitation:

I have a compass with tritium dial if you want.

>> No.29990798

>MBA in Math
are you sure there is such a thing as an mba in math

>> No.29990850

It only takes 60 oz of silver to be top ownership.

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I don't buy based on the best $/Oz, I buy whatever I think is pretty.

>> No.29990878

Yep, could have gone to the stars, but instead stuck here trying to uplift the niggers

>> No.29990932

>We will never travel to space..
Because “outer space” isn’t real

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Think of it as collecting art

>> No.29990972

based flat earther

>> No.29990983

most people own no silver beyond jewelry. 1 oz will already put you in the top half.


>> No.29991015

redpill me on mercury dimes, anon.

Are they better than buying rounds?

>> No.29991030

pics and price?

the nigger literally swooped in with 5 seconds left but eBay fucking reloads after each bid
it was 24 radium watch hands for $25

>> No.29991039

thank you very much Pan Man. What prompted the latter question was a very interesting new company with highly prospective assets in the Yukon near Fireweed Zinc and ATAC Resources' claims. An anon brought the company to my attention in the last thread. The company just listed to CSE but their greenfields have been explored and prospected for three decades already. The company has some fantastic surface soil anomalies and that's why I asked

The company is Snowline Gold, btw. Check it out Pan Man, this is as good as an exploration play gets https://snowlinegold.com/

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>> No.29991189

learn to snipe mate.. there used to be programs that let you snipe as well..

>> No.29991242

Buy silver? Yes or no?

>> No.29991276


depends how much you like blowjobs

>> No.29991278

They are nice, you pay a premium for them tho.. more than with rounds. But the fractional silver is always nice. Plus, you wont find many counterfeit silver dimes.

>> No.29991292

Bought 6 ounces today for £196 including delivery

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>> No.29991325

If you don't own any, you better hurry up

>> No.29991352

it's a cammenga 3H. will probably list it later on ebay for $65 OBO. I need a suunoto compass instead.

>> No.29991362

yep just looking at them now, now this could be a serious contender in the coming spring season. A set of properties that have had a long history of exploration in a known trend, with nearly no drilling history, perfect!

>> No.29991399

I got hundreds of these shipped to me over a week ago and usps is only telling me that it is "In Transit"

>> No.29991410

Ok. How does 10 ounces sound? I got an AR and a CZ75b too.

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Good time to buy gold? Already have my 100oz of silber

>> No.29991529

get a roll. 20 american silver eagles, 25 silver maples, or 25 britannias

>> No.29991540

Doesn't matter that much, desu

>> No.29991560

t.'Berta fag

>> No.29991562

I really like my shinies hope I don't actually have to spend/sell them someday.

>> No.29991608

It's always a good time

>> No.29991630

it's always a good time to buy gold, but now is an especially good time to buy gold, but it's an even better time to buy silver.

>> No.29991640

Would it be wrong to cash in an IRA retirement account to payoff a mortgage and stack metals? I am scared shitless this market is going to puke it's guts out sooner rather than later.

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Posting in the new thread since it'll be a while before I can post again...damn IP phone blocking asswholes...

pic represents a little over 500oz. Currently at 1009 oz. Will update photo in near future. the 100oz bar is probably my favorite....least liquid but it is deceptively heavy.

>> No.29991727

Greg is the man this is the first I've listened to him. Talking about YCC now.

>> No.29991748

They are nice to have in a shtf scenario and are a fun way to expand your investment into a hobby as you can jingle the coins and listen to the ring. You can't do that with bullion coins because they are too soft, will scratch, and form milk spots.
Also, when you say you collect silver, you can inrease the number of ounces you have, as well as expand the number of coins. $50FV is 500 coins and about 32oz of silver. 32 ounces of bullion is only 32 coins. So it's not as fun and it looks cool to spread out a huge collection of coins to contrast with the pristine stack of bullion rounds.

>> No.29991793

Do you unironically believe the use in electronics justifies the price?


>> No.29991811

Think that's bad? I have coins in the mail that were in my city THREE DAYS AGO but are listed as "in transit to next facility." What the fuck, USPS? The "next facility" is my fucking mailbox! Where the fuck is my shit, double-beaners?!

>> No.29991818

If your mortgage is fixed rate, don't touch it. If it's a good rate, pay minimum monthly. Don't be scared, be educated and humble. How much metal do you have now?

>> No.29991846

refi your mortgage at the current fixed rate if you haven't already. with upcoming inflation, you'll actually be making money from it. you can actually stack PMs using your IRA, though you need to go through a trust to do that. I'd just invest in miners at that point.

>> No.29991934

Simple question.
Why would someone in my shoes (middle class, student loan debt, credit card debt, 30k in saving, own home) want to purchase precious metals? What is the game plan?

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my pirate chest finally has silver in it, can't wait to get some gold in there too, might get more fucking leafs or some st gaudens eagles

>> No.29991974

let me guess, BTC maxi

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>> No.29992028

Name 5 things that don't use electronics

>> No.29992063

You come off as a shill so go fuck yourself you get it or you don't if you've lurked for a while.

>> No.29992066

How can somebody be dumb enough to sell gold just because jews for Goldman Sachs told it will be little cheaper? Is this real people or just algos?
I think they will "actualize" their predictions in next month.

>> No.29992088

I'm going to check around today and see whats involved with getting a miners license here in BC, this could be a really good opportunity 'berta bro

>> No.29992089

>student loan debt, credit card debt,
why are you in debt? Pay it off then we'll talk

>> No.29992114

Yeah pay those denbts off asap anon.

>> No.29992177

The evidence is very strong for massive inflation, market crash, finance sector collapse, and even a new monetary system in the near future. Precious metals are immune to the economic implications of all of this provided you actually own them and can keep them safe

>> No.29992209

I just allocated about 30% of my IRA funds into PSLV and PHYS. Was this a dumb or smart move? I'm nervous about inflation and a potential market crash.

>> No.29992223

if you believe in inflation why tf would you pay off debts... also, Biden is prob gonna cancel some student loan debt.. never heard worse advice

>> No.29992225

Don't do this. Establish a brokerage account within your IRA and take control of your investments. You can PHYS, PSLV, mining ETF's and individual mining stocks within this brokerage to protect your money. Liquidating your IRA would result in both a taxable event and a huge penalty.

>> No.29992246

It is mathematically impossible for me to pay off my student loan debt. Unless I want to live in a garbage can the rest of my life.

>> No.29992248

Fixed rate mortgage and paying it fine, just was thinking being debt free sounds nice. Currently 340 ounces of silver in a mix of kilo bars and rounds. No gold minus jewelry. The mortgage is the only debt I have and cheap property taxes for now at least

>> No.29992250

>student loan debt
if federal, it's an extremely low rate, and that's not factoring in the possibly endless payment deferrals and debt cancellation.
>30k in savings
all signs point to inflation on the horizon. PMs are the best hedge to protect against that.
>credit card debt
I'm sure others here will tell you general financial collapse in imminent, but realistically you probably should pay that off first

>> No.29992278

Yes but if you want top 1% it's 60 oz. Top .05% is about two or three hundred I believe. Anyone have the chart?

>> No.29992312

Smart move. Good luck.

>> No.29992313

You better make it mathematically possible then.

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Abject retards lol.

>> No.29992382

> gold is the only money ever
This is such a low IQ statement, all commodities are "money" some are just better at certain times than others.

>> No.29992389


how do you own a house and have 30k in savings, yet can't pay off student loans? or do you mean that you're paying a mortgage (not own)?

>> No.29992439

We've never left space or even low earth orbit. Above low earth orbit, temperatures can swing from negative 100000 Kelvin to 500000 Kelvin and you expect me to believe a shitty little aluminum spacecraft made in the sixties which has a melting point of like 3000k could have withstanded that?


>> No.29992489

Just bought each of my little ones a 1oz gold coin. Feels so good bros

>> No.29992549

deferrals, baby. just ignore them, they will go away

>> No.29992594

Hey, NASA is my favorite TV show. Don't talk shit.

>> No.29992600

Poop. Pee. Grass. Poop. Pee.

>> No.29992697

I think commodities, I mostly think agricultural products. Most definitely not money.

>> No.29992710
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Talking fractional silver and potential blowjobs, would it be better to buy mercury dimes or something like pic related at a higher markup?

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Alright well I was able to get pic related; little bit more expensive per hand but fine by me.

>> No.29992844

This will confuse the female. Better to stick with a round coin that she knows the value of.

>> No.29992989

14 million oz is nothing. 848 million oz mined a year.

And if silver was so valuable a commodity, why does it only take $5/oz to mine it?

Its like everyone here and at WSS dont realize that the underpinning to the price of commodities is oil. If oil rises to $100/barrel, thats when youll see gold and silver rise. Currently oil is $61 a barrel, which is why gold and silver are still so cheap compared to the rampant inflation seen on Wallstreet.

Which also shows you the disconnect between wallstreet and the real world: Real world needs oil, or some form of energy to make the world run. Financial markets do not. Hence, commodities are locked in with oil while things like stocks and crypto are not (also why PMs have severely underperformed against other assets in the last 4 decades).

A bet on gold or silver is a bet that inflation will hit oil. It is a bet on the demise of the petrodollar, essentially, America losing access to cheap oil.

You will not rock the commodity/PM market in the US without rocking the oil/petrodollar market first.

>> No.29993047

I have a mortgage, some student loan debt, and some credit card debt. I pay the minimums.
I think a fiat crash is inevitable and that it could happen at any time.
I get the feeling that some anons here think I should be paying off debts before buying metals but I don't agree with this. I have guns, ammo, food, and now almost 100 ozt of silver. If they want to take my house back after a fiat crash they'll have to come and take it by force.

>> No.29993094

Have you not been following the Oil/Inflation story lately? lmaoooooo

>> No.29993131

Remind me what happened to gold when oil when it went negative last year

>> No.29993174


Can someone post that boomer pic with him and the uranium barrels?

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So you're saying I need to buy more silver.... Got it

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>> No.29993217

Unbased and counterconspiracynut pilled


>> No.29993226


>> No.29993243

You're right on the money, m8.

>> No.29993267

>Some kid from Columbia got a MBA in Math and his thesis was a Mixtape singing BLM..

>> No.29993341

when will this bullshit end? i am sick of my job and i am getting madder and madder that i can not live in the luxury

>> No.29993343

Ah, so if I'm just trying to hedge in a SHTF scenario and get the best, cheapest silver I can, then mercury dimes are a pretty hard pass right now? Are they .9 silver, or .999?

>> No.29993431

That's the biggest thing that we are all realizing this last week is that we severely underestimated how gullible and retarded these people are.

The light bulb clicked for me last week after months of head scratching and frustration as I watched metals crab and dump for a year. These people are retarded. They are so retarded that basic revaluation we all made years ago they haven't even had yet. We are twelve steps ahead of them right now and they will have each realization one at a time and it will be long and drawn out and it will be painful every step of the way.

It sucks we have to wait so long but it just gives us more time and we will get to laugh at them along the way.

I think the time line will go like this.

Couple months from now....

The first two are interchangeable with which comes first.

Three months from now or less maybe two.

1. Oh no! Covid is a hoax! This is all bullshit and there is no recovery coming because common sense states never really locked down at all and we've already recovered! (market crash)

2. Oh no! All of these people were being paid not to work and getting paid more than they were working and so they were buying shit on Amazon and making it look like the economy was good! (market crash, kms)

Then. These things
1. There will be another boomer normie "oh no!" when the treasury bonds explode and then the fed steps in ( or doesn't)

2. Oh no?! Inflation is really really bad! The government lied about this!
3. Oh no! There is no safe haven from all of this! (because they don't know metals and are retarded)

4. Oh no! There is a safe haven but it's too expensive now! (Gold and silver).
Then in the background you have the shadowy giants looming holding baseball bat's with names like (Basel 3 June thisnehar), LIBOR debt reset (2023), fed repo crisis (currently propping the bond market 120 billion a month) and then there's still even more shit than that. All waiting. Ready.

>> No.29993449

good shit anon.

Generational wealth is invaluable.

>> No.29993512

There is a way you can use your Ira to buy physical gold. Don't know though. Might involve cashing it out.

>> No.29993514
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>Biden is prob gonna cancel some student loan debt
Do you really think that

>> No.29993541

buy crypto ffs! gold silver dont do shit for decades bro

>> No.29993562

uh considering the fact that dems want $50k, biden said f that but he would pass 10k easy

>> No.29993576

Ah so you're a welfarenigger. PMs aren't for you then

>> No.29993587

based. you're gonna make it, bro.


let's just say that since the plague, I take nobody's intelligence for granted.

>> No.29993631

Why do you want that?

>> No.29993673

$10k forgiven and my balance is paid in full next paycheck. the only reason I'm not paying it, is because it profits me to not pay it.

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>> No.29993725

Be back later got to get more shoveling done
heres a Dan Hurd vid for you all! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMGyPUpERiE

>> No.29993763
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That's how he operates, when something like Eloro or Vangold takes off he moves them to top 5 hoping nobody notices they weren't there before so he appears smart.

>> No.29993805

Yeah like the stimulus check he promised right?

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>> No.29994016
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There are times i wonder am i in the right asset like gold/silver, then paid manipulators like this come along and reassure me that i made the right decision.

>> No.29994025
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then why hasnt he? why are we bombing syria again instead? hes dropping your debt forgiveness on brown people, why did you vote for this?

>> No.29994036

ok i will never defend biden if thats what you think you're cornering me to do, but if you seriously dont think some form of student debt will be cancelled you're a moron

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jackie chan. FUCK!

>> No.29994142

bombing syria to raise the price of oil and suppress gold. also because j*ws have a massive boner for genocide.

>> No.29994217
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>ill never defend bidet
>defending bidet

>> No.29994220

The most hilarious thing for me will be watching this happen in incremental steps. We made the twelve leaps in logic instantly, as soon as we realized " hey this is all bullshit", and the normies and the boomers will have to make each one painfully, and one step at a time, and the market will crash and then recover and then crash and then recover with each one. And we will be laughing the whole way, getting exponentially richer in the process.

So many factors, so many painful lessons that need to be taught. I wish I could solidify them into solid steps, but definitely the big ones are
1. Oh no! Covid was a hoax and there is no recovery.
2. Oh no! We paid people not to work and it made the economy look good.
3. Oh no! The government lied about inflation and its really bad.
4. Oh no! There is no safe haven! Bitcoin only gets you more fiat.
5. Oh no! There actually is a safe haven but it's really expensive right now! (gold and silver).

>> No.29994239

Thank you
Yeah, I see from online dealers this product is "IRA eligible" sometimes. Don't know how to go about adding it. Gotta look into it.

>> No.29994353

I thought you guys were meming when you said you were addicted to silver. But now I can't stop buying.

>> No.29994368

lmao you're an idiot, biden may be the worst president we ever have, but if you dont think theyll pass some BS for votes you're a lost cause

>> No.29994383

He chases juniors too, he only wants the microcaps that explode into big ones and never looks at major producers. At least when it comes to silver. Gold he does take a pretty good look at undervalued producers.

He also deletes his old posts and edits them because he's a liberal euro fag who cares what people think about him and edits what he says. Real men don't edit their shit after the fact. They say " I was wrong because".

>> No.29994451

Anyone else excited to see the end of Forbearance?
>Started March 27, 2020
>People can 'only' have free rent for 360 days.

>> No.29994482

Nobody in this thread voted Biden and if they did they can get the fuck out.

Do it sooner rather than later.

>> No.29994491

*will be

>> No.29994504

Dude its going to skyrocket, we are giving up our energy independence, a massive oil pipeline and shutting down other forms of energy. Our government does not do what is in our best interest I dont know if you have noticed that yet.

>> No.29994541

90%. Junk silver typically has the lower premium, so you can get roosevely dimes or washington quarters

>> No.29994613

They'll extend it. There are no consequences for even the smallest of bad pee pee feels in this economy. Everybody gets bailed out. Everybody gets a participation trophy. If you didn't pay your rent and you were getting unemployment you're a scum bag. Simple as.

>> No.29994717

I want to see it too though friend.

>> No.29994722

>They'll extend it.
They've extending it until the end of June
But those who sign up can only be on it for 360 days.
So those who jumped on the bandwagon on 3/27/20 are about to get kicked off

>> No.29994727

Been meaning to watch that, guess I'll do it now

>> No.29994732
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How many of my pmg frens are debt free?

>> No.29994736

Been meaning to watch that, guess I'll do it now

>> No.29994906

Ooooo I did not know this,
That's gonna be juicy.

>> No.29994976

Will they do that with unemployment you think? I'm riding it.

>> No.29994988

What about 15$ an hr minimum wage,wasnt/isn't that supposed to happen too?

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just came in the email. six canadian silver dollars at .800 and .500 in an exceptionally good condition folio, purchased at spot. krug for scale.

>> No.29995002

Lol I'm debtmaxx. Maxxed out a couple grand for PM because why not. Minimum payments while my PMs gain value

>> No.29995020

why do you think insulting biden is insulting me hahah, iim against the dude... you're just dodging the fact that you know nothing ab whats happening

>> No.29995082

generally agreed, with the caveat that stock prices went up not because normies bought shit on amazon, but because (((trump's))) (((stimulus))) let (((billionaires))) buy their own stock en masse.

so much fucking salt and it hasn't even started.
>abolish landlords!
>housing is a human right!

already been a reality in my state for years, gradually raising it to $15 and phasing out 1.5x pay on sundays/holidays.

>> No.29995136

again, idiots.. Im against biden, why wtf cant you morons read. idgaf if that passes or not, all i said was why not wait to pay off debt if theres even a chance some of it is cancelled. if you cant understand that logic, go back to your shack

>> No.29995166

Those look like pvc flips, do they smell bad?

>> No.29995243

You sure, because I was looking on SDBullion and JMBullion and for 7.5oz of junk silver, you're looking at $250 or $33/oz. Compared to .999 rounds at cheapest are $32/oz. Other than having more fractional coins to work with, I don't see the advantage to junk silver over pure rounds...

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>PMs gain value
uh oh...

>> No.29995264

Wait Americans get free helicopter money as gibs AND as FREE RENT? God they're fucking desperate to keep the economy from deflating

>> No.29995317

same here bro, just be careful to budget carefully so that you never pay (((interest)))

>> No.29995342

>purchased at spot.
fucking where?

>> No.29995354

> retarded
They know exactly what they are doing, anon

>> No.29995401

Hope you at least have some miners just in case

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Requesting an edit of this picture but with bullion stacks instead of casino chips.

>> No.29995686

better than that. I've got
>IRA auto-maxxed
>pension auto-maxxed
>0% APR for 15 months
>weekly reminders set with balance/time remaining
>interest-bearing credit card paid before it's charged
>no student loan interest
>no outstanding interest
>great credit
>stacking cash
>white anglo-saxon protest virtues

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I stumbled across it by accident.
Look it up
>so much fucking salt
It's racist to have to pay!
Forbearance was passed in March of 2020. It allows those renters or those with a mortgage who have been affected by Covid to postpone their rent. Keyword 'postpone'. But no crackhead or nigger is going to come up with $6,000 - $20,000 at the end of a full year living rent free. Idk anyone who has used that program.
The checks everyone got were bullshit 'printer go brrrrrr' and a scam and a half. All the buddies of officials got their dicks wet with millions of bucks.
Then there's unemployment ...

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I do. Bayhorse and some junior ETFs just because.

>> No.29995880

If you truly believe the system is going to hyperinflate, then there's no guilt in this train of thought. Plus, I don't have 5 digits of CCs. Only 4 digit value, cause I never applied for a bunch

>> No.29995888

>They are nice, you pay a premium for them tho.. more than with rounds.
You got that backwards, generally speaking you pay more premium on rounds then you do on dimes.
A $5 roll of dimes is 3.575 oz, and at current spot of 26.71, thats 95.488 USD. And they are selling for 118.02 (credit card/debit card) so a premium of 22.54 USD / 3.575 oz, to come out to a premium of 6.30 USD Per oz of silver in silver dimes.

Compere that to 1 oz silver rounds(i assume you mean eagles), which have a cost of 36.68 which is a premium of about 10 bucks, right now. per oz.

NOW! if you are talking about a premium in mucury dimes vs any silver dimes then yeah there is a slight premium, not nothing compared to buying rounds or 1oz coins.

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Finally some excitement.

>> No.29995998

you're speaking to a ukfag here, but seriously what the fuck is going on over there? When is everyone going to wake up and realise we're living in a bullshit nightmare.

>> No.29996020
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I don't see a date on the document, but the Cares Act was signed March 27.
I, for one, am looking forward to an exciting April

>> No.29996028

good man. prudence is key. never pay what you can afford for PM's, but always try to buy as much gold/silver as you can afford. that's how you make it.

>> No.29996063

what kind of debt? i thoguht credit cards were like 15%+ interest rates. the only thing i would leverage on is a mortgage since they are basically free money if you need a house anyways

>> No.29996065

they are, but luckily no. I'm not sure where the seller pulled this from, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was a managed private collection. the pleather case is from 1988 but might as well be new.

ebay friend. find listings about to end with 1 or 0 bids. if something you see catches your eye, cross reference the listing with numista for the silver value. you'll have to manually filter out all the trash coins, but after several hours of experience you'll learn to spot something worth looking at compared to trash. I also picked up a silver medal yesterday for $12/ozt a couple of days ago using this method, my most efficient pickup yet. if you're non-burger, things are even better in your favor, because there are relatively few international junk silverbugs. I know there's a frog anon here that's been purchasing francs for like 20 usd/ozt on the regular.

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Damn that pepe is one cool motherfucker

>> No.29996159

* never pay more than what you can afford

you don't want to get caught paying (((((((((((25%))))))))))))) on a credit balance for shiny rocks, ever. I paid credit card interest once, during one billing statement. needless to say, I learned my lesson: with jews you lose

try ((((((((22%))))))))) minimum

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>> No.29996216

>never pay what you can afford for PM's
This. Fucked up this am doing just this.

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>> No.29996319

Give me a minute.

>> No.29996340


I think this year we see a lot of clown world coming out into the forefront and people start catching on to what we're doing here. When that happens I can sell 1/3 my stack for 3x gains if I want to for the jewman. But I won't because fuck kikes.

Only matters if you take years to pay it off. I truly believe we don't have years left as a country. I'm American.

>> No.29996343

My 21 Brits monster box just arrived at my based LCS. Can't fucking wait. Finally turning 200oz into 700. Got a good deal and the owner of my LCS likes me enough to hook me up with interesting shit on top of it. I got him to start carrying GSM bullion. Going to be a good week lads.

>> No.29996370

My LCS is buying 2020 AGE's for 1640 each and selling ASE's for 37

Both seem like shit. But my mom wants to sell the gold to get miners and I want to buy eagles. Should I just buy her gold from her?

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Thanks Uncle Adi you're the best

>> No.29996446

yes. stack according to your means, for gold is the only true wealth that outlasts nations. but never let an (((international clique))) determine the terms of your wealth accumulation.

reddit is a good example of bagholders. one guy took out a $15k+ bank loan, just to buy silver bullion. what a fucking idiot.

>> No.29996533
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You're welcome.

>> No.29996568

I make plenty of money for the small amount of CC debt I just took on. I'm literally not in any trouble no matter what boys, don't worry lol

>> No.29996594

Everybody talks about ecosystem
can’t name even 1 system with full-workable eco
and these stupid beggars try to scam with their shitpools
well, if you are an idiot you can invest in this
I am clever enough and use ENQ ecosystem and its mining

>> No.29996660
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Is there an equivalent of silver dimes or any kind of single digit gram alternative in Europe? The only ones I could find are either rare and expensive 0.800<, which per gram of pure silver end up more expensive than just stacking 1oz coins, or trash 0.400 that you can buy by kilograms, that maybe a handful of countries had and somehow still a worse deal than just buying 1oz coins.

>> No.29996712

based. you're gonna make it.
t. bought 3x french roosters on sale and paid it off before it was charged, only on credit to harvest (((rewards points)))

it's gonna be a poor but happy week. fortunately my food costs have dropped through the floor with this plague, and the quality of my meals has dramatically increased.

>> No.29996724
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PVC flips can and will over time eat away at your coins, please double check if they are and if they are I would recommend to throw away your flips and to soak your coins in 100% acetone and afterwards rinse them with demineralised water. Otherwise pic related might happen, do you see some green on your coin?

>> No.29996732

Holy fuck. Miners got rekt today

>> No.29996767

>ebay friend
Yup, if you've got some free time it's cosy as anything just trawling through the listings and doing the math to figure out a good deal. Managed to pick up some thruppence well under spot the other day.

>> No.29996774
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Anyone else roll their silver? I want to get coloured print paper to make it look nicer. 1 - 8.5 x 11 sheet can be divided into quarters and it will work with all denominations.

>> No.29996777

I'm a non-burger, but the shipping always fuck me up. Thanks

>> No.29996840

All i got is a student loan debt thats on a fixed rate, which means if shit hyper inflates, meme because it can instantly pay off my student loan debt and they cant jew me by increasing my interest rate sky high.

>> No.29996906
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The coins are disproportional and disconnected from the characters

>> No.29996919

Would be curious to know what the answer to this is also but I'm a burger with a couple stacks of BJ money so I'm not really concerned. Just would be surprising if there isn't an equivalent.

>> No.29996940
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not all of them

>> No.29996948

no. I bought a pack of hard plastic cases and want to cut little foam inserts to hold the smaller coins. sovereigns tend to rattle around a little bit when I take the box out of the safe.

I thought about that, but have a salary which means hyperinflation fucks me. personally I want biden to cancel any amount of student loan debt. that could be his single accomplishment before he dies or gets deposed by tranny niggers.

>> No.29997023

I converted an IRA to a PMs IRA using Strata Trust out of Texas. Worked out well so far.

>> No.29997033

Goldman Sachs' gold target got lowered. But nevermind how much they stood for delivery last month, goyim.

>> No.29997034

Why do I keep bidding on stuff so far above spot price

>> No.29997052

i picked up one of these
.9g of silver in each

>> No.29997067

The sharp edges of the snap-off might scratch her nipples when she pops it into her titty-bag.

>> No.29997092

Premiums are a shit, man.

>> No.29997104

Those will be worth a lot after the collapse just for the sheer irony of Biden being on a silver round.

>> No.29997120

I'd imagine the closest would be low denomination GBP, specifically the sixpence, which in the early 20th century was about 1.4 g asw. as an american I see those pop up on ebay quite frequently.

thanks for the heads up. like I said though, the whole package seems like it was fashioned together yesterday. I'll skip the acetone for a spitshine, but I'll definitely not be storing them in their current pouches.

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Take the silver 1 gulden pill, 6.5 g, 0.72 silver content so: 4.86 g of fine silver often found on or under spot too!

>> No.29997188

Because you're bidding the value to you in fiat money.

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>> No.29997265

I laugh every time I see this.

>> No.29997287
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that's not much

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You will be surprised that current shops still ship coins in PVC flips, e.g. my recently bought eagles where sent in these flips. I promptly threw those flips away.

>> No.29997439

god i wish i could dig up gold or something. just one time. the hilarious part is i live in the most jewish state in the entire fucking world and its ruined my fucking life.

in my state if you find gold or silver in your own backyard or go pan it from a lake its legally considered theirs. FUCK NEW YORK

>> No.29997459

>I thought about that, but have a salary which means hyperinflation fucks me.
Friend, you are posting in a PMG, your silver will pay for it. If it moons to the point of the meme values of 1k an oz, sell your fucking silver you bought at 20 somethign an OZ and pay off your loan, thats my plan.

>> No.29997470

>they cant jew me by increasing my interest rate sky high
HAHAHAHAHA get a load of this naive faggot

>> No.29997481

man I really want a 100 ounce bar, but the premiums are too much for me, when are premiums going back down

>> No.29997492

First majestic is getting a beating again guys. Wen moon?

>> No.29997554
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for UK frens it would be a .925 pre 1920 sixpence

>> No.29997558

I hate this gay earth and I don't know if I'll be ready in time for the shit that is coming.

>> No.29997560
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I have my reasons

>> No.29997584

What a load of shit with your state, sorry to hear that. I'll be sure to dip a pan or two for ya, fren.

>> No.29997586

Were the Dutch really the only ones in western yurop to have dime equivalents avaliable now?
I just hope some based youtuber bought some for a melt/resurfacing vid.

>> No.29997604

Thanks for the heads up fren

>> No.29997625

Has anyone watch Gold Rush on the discovery channel? is it accurate?

>> No.29997632
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I'm not a professional. Go fuck yourself.

>> No.29997641

>fixed rate

>> No.29997732
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There are no premiums.
There is simply spot price becoming no longer the real price.
The real price simply is what it is.

>> No.29997738
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>Inflation can never happen
>Inflation is good
well which one is it? why are they sending mixed messages

>> No.29997746

space isn’t real we never landed on the moon

>> No.29997754

fair enough. I got a few sacrificial euro junks to part with.

based coin and sorry you got rekt by decimalization so that it's impossible to get lucky with silver coins in your change.

>> No.29997770
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>jackie chan. FUCK!

>> No.29997794

Just don't tell anyone you found some. No one is going to give a shit or even know about that rule in most of the places you'd be panning anyway.

>> No.29997864
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last Weds. my miners were up 11k, now I'm down 5k

>> No.29997868

this. muh premiums is a meme. it's all the real price of silver. get used to it

>> No.29997963

Roscan gold bros feeling good today. +40%

>> No.29997969

Not entierly true yet, see this post here, for the math, >>29995888
You are still paying more for the silver in some forms then in others.

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>not posting the original

>> No.29998010

You're a goddamn legend is what you are.

>> No.29998018

Why is gold taking a shit? Silver is dropping too. What happened to market crashing and comex defaulting and all that

>> No.29998059
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unfortunately yes for many operations it is. Crews like Parker's and Tony Beets have massive operating costs so they need to move massive amounts of material to make money, however there are plenty of smaller operations scattered across the territory that make money too. The issue now is that people have to keep going further and further into the bush to find pay dirt, and its getting prohibitively expensive for new comers. Same goes for BC, the best ground is in the middle of nowhere, and only the established crews with excavators, washplants and a decade of info behind them really have a hope to make major money at placer mining. Yet every year now more and more people are trying their hand at mining, more people bought ground this spring than the last ten years combined. The entire province of BC is staked up, the Yukon isnt far behind. Welcome to the modern Gold Rush

>> No.29998097

>Some kid from Columbia got a MBA in Math and his thesis was a Mixtape singing BLM..
>We will never travel to space..

>> No.29998113

what's a reasonable stack of silver in oz/kilos frens?

>> No.29998134

What's a good alternative? Hard plastic tubes? Cloth bags?

>> No.29998145

it's just that the price varies from place to place

>> No.29998164

its the same ole shitbags/welfare losers that do. I imagine most people on biz get nothing since they are over the income limit for gibs

>> No.29998226

about tree fiddy

>> No.29998234

100oz is the bare minimum anyone should have

>> No.29998251

Minimum 100 ozt silver
Minimum 1 ozt gold

This should be your minimum goal if you bother stacking at all.

>> No.29998265

I reckon a kilo. I currently have 1oz here on my desk, and another 9oz in the post

>> No.29998325

treasure chest

>> No.29998357

I don’t think that are any other coins that fit within your criteria (cheap and relatively pure) that are found and are not numismatic pieces already

>> No.29998403

god damn lockness monster

>> No.29998475

100 oz is the once you stack you never go back threshold

>> No.29998488

thanks for the info m8

>> No.29998493

what do you know about this? Does it happen to all silver or just coins? certain kinds of coins? I have had uncirculated rounds/bars, even uncirculated walking liberties in flaps for years and never had any discoloration or oxidation. Is it possible this occurs only with circulated pieces? any info is appreciated thanks,

>> No.29998543

I am tagging you here because I interjected and he thought I was you
Thanks the guy I just quoted is who needed to know I have my dimes already.

>> No.29998584

glad I held off on ordering more silver, I wonder how much more it bleeds tomorrow

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>> No.29998664

I couldn't resist but it's factually correct as an answer, 3.5 kg is 112 ozt.

>> No.29998679

>pvc flips
No, not all coins. Ones that were put into PVC plastic. It's why if you buy plastic coin containers many say they aren't PVC. Just don't put your coins into cheap containers.

>> No.29998705

indeed. tfw you ordered 10toz before the dip but don't care anyway

>> No.29998761

yeah i was thinking that im a wagie dont have alot of money atm to throw at it

>> No.29998789
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What if everyone on earth tried to buy just a single ounce of silver

>> No.29998791

Maybe. 90% is kind of a whole different animal though.
If you want to use it in industry it has to be refined still.
Its kind of apples to oranges in terms of just thinking raw weight in silver of 90% vs 999.

>> No.29998870

Is don’t mind ending up paying a little more per ounce, at least I have silver when I’m done.

My gold juniors ETF tho, I’m getting slaughtered. I’m down 25%.

>> No.29998906

Coin capsules or tubes if you want to keep the tarnish out, next to it silica do not eat bags and activated charcoal to keep moisture and sulfide out. In the open air if you do not care about tarnish, black tarnish (Ag2S/Ag2O) is not inherently bad as it is just silver in another form and will not corrode further some numismatics pay you even more for that. Just keep it away from PVC that will literally dissolve your coin over time

>> No.29998917

Fresh bread beckons;
I so love the aroma,
Think not twice to eat.

>> No.29998920

yea I mean it's still going back up anyways, it's just nice to get an extra oz of silver for the same price I would have paid for my order 12 hours ago.

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as much as you can fit in your ass at any one time

>> No.29998962

Cool, I've only watch a couple episodes but the dramatic editing makes it feel kind of fake.

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>> No.29999072

mass media is fake

>> No.29999116
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All coins, but only the ones stored in PVC, PVC is nasty stuff

>> No.29999181

if everyone in the usa bought 3 oz of silver it would take up the entire year's supply of silver for the world

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>> No.29999247

Even still there are premiums.
Silver eagles cost 36.78, a 10 buck premium above spo per oz.
5 oz bar fine silver 163.92 or 32.78 an oz about 7 dollar premium per oz
10 oz fine silver 316.79 or 31.67 an oz, about a 5 buck premium per oz
100 oz fine silver 3127.95 or 31.27 an oz so again about a 5 dollar premium per oz.
All those are fine silver yet still vastly different premiums.

>> No.29999256

arent these the standard hard plastic that everyone uses? are you sure they have pvc?

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Most flips are not PVC anymore. Using non-PVC flips is fine.

>> No.29999369

im sorry anon
im also going to refrain from making a racist comment but i feel your pain

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the end of clown world

>> No.29999499
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No those do not contain pvc just the flips in pic related do, sorry for the confusion a flip looks like this:

>> No.29999530

yea i cant stand the editing. There used to be a fantastic channel on Youtube called "Discovery shows without cuts" which edited each gold rush episode down to about 15 minutes without the constant commercial / rewind bs.
I hate the editing but the gold and the mining are real, the drama is entirely fabricated. If something breaks on one of parker's machines, Volvo has a full repair container and call number for him, anything he needs he has it within a day.

>> No.29999651

Dude never trust USPS, they litearlly have the lowest common denominators as their employees, seriously, there is a reason their union and all of the USPS backed Biden, they are fucking retarded.
I had a 30 min phone call one time with someone asking them, why cant they just go back if they know where my package is, pick it up, and let me come and get it. "Oh we cant do taht." why? "Well we cant." WHy whats physically stopping you from picking up my pacakge so i can come get it. "Well we cant do that."

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