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Schiff & Maloney-Chan Meme Edition

>Bullion dealers
https://www.apmex.com/
https://www.boldpreciousmetals.com/
https://www.bgasc.com/
https://www.gainesvillecoins.com/
https://www.jmbullion.com/
https://www.providentmetals.com/
https://www.silvertowne.com/
https://sdbullion.com/
https://schiffgold.com/
https://goldsilver.com/
https://pinehurstcoins.com/
https://www.sprottmoney.com/
https://www.moneymetals.com/
https://monumentmetals.com/
https://www.goldenstatemint.com/
https://goldsilver.be/en/
https://www.muenze-berlin.de/
https://www.hollandgold.nl/
https://www.europesilverbullion.com/
https://www.celticgold.eu/en/
https://www.muenzeoesterreich.at/eng/

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info
https://www.jmbullion.com/ultimate-guide-to-90-silver-coins/

>Compare
https://findbullionprices.com/

>News
https://www.kitco.com/
http://silverseek.com/
https://www.mining.com/

>Bullion tax info by state:
https://www.apmex.com/state-sales-tax-information

>Prospecting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCL6FKQZyoM [Embed]
https://www.usgs.gov/energy-and-minerals/mineral-resources-program/science
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mt-faqs/faq_fmc.pdf
https://www.mndm.gov.on.ca/en/mines-and-minerals/mining-act
https://www.amazon.ca/Gold-Creeks-Ghostowns-British-Columbia/dp/088839988X

>Test
Nitric Acid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mg9YcAShTo [Embed]
Magnets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSXg-WOEVY [Embed]
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/fake-bullion-database
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

>> No.19589289

>>19589257
First for Schiff is based and redpilled

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post all schiff and maloney memes
i need to expand my folder

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been lurkin /pmg/ a couple weeks, never have I felt so comfy in 12 years on this godforsaken site.
My humble stack begins. Gonna focus on gold going forward, silver premiums in my country are way too high. Didn't expect philharmonics to be so pretty tbqh, photos don't do them justice
t. chaosposter

>> No.19589833

is a 1/10 gold eagle coin a good wedding present? if so do i give to one or both?

>> No.19590167

>>19589833
also i may consider not being a poorfag and go for the 1/4 oz

>> No.19590239

>>19589833
>>19590167
go for it, make sure to tell them what it's worth though so they don't just say "ahh" and throw it in the random junk drawer

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>>19589257
Replace monster with flow

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>>19590293

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>>19589430

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Keep stacking faggots.

>> No.19590656

Bought another two tubes, up to 140 ounces of silver

>> No.19590753

>>19589257
I’ve been holding metals since 2010 when I was a kid... Ive accumulated 1k silver and 22 gold. Stocks are up today.

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>> No.19590862

>>19590656
Keep going anon. I am at 383 it’s a slow game.

>> No.19590941

>>19590854
Yea well how much LINK you got?

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>>19589806
we're all gonna make it, fren

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>>19590372
bless u, fren

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>>19590941
I don't dabble in cyber pogs

>> No.19591119

>>19590862
Just waiting for the safe to arrive before I buy more.

>> No.19591215

>>19591119
Honestly anon. I keep all of mine in a random box. That said a safe puts one at a better state of mind and I also live in a homogenous farming community.

>> No.19591498

I like how schiff is almost blatant with his nigger hatred for years now
I love that damn jew daddy so much

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It's almost time, lads.
NASDAQ got a fatter ass than a big booty latina.
Once this shit blows every tom, dick and harry will be trying to thread the eye of the needle into precious metals.
Unbeknownst to them that a large consortium of autistic internet shit posters have as much metal as a central bank.
If we organize, we can rule the world and the prophecy is fulfilled: NEETS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.

>> No.19591615

>>19591498

He's a better Jew

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>>19591614
>If we organize, we can rule the world and the prophecy is fulfilled: NEETS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.
It would be great to create a white ethno state that runs on autism and has no Jews (besides peter Schiff). Is this truly what God meant? Could we be standing at the beginning of the Golden age?

>> No.19592892

>>19589833
I'd like it, but I am posting on pmg so

>> No.19592950

>>19589257
How did you lose half the header?

>> No.19592980

>>19589806
>a fellow fa/tg/uy
welcome

I would just keep in mind the Gold/Silver ratio. Premiums are fucked right now but keep in mind that they are the ACTUAL price of the metals. The spot price on the London fix is just for paper (((iou)))'s

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First time posting, started stacking 6month ago.

I noticed that buying pm doesnt feel like spending money to me. Which may be a problem, because I am objectively a poorfag, and whenever I have a few hundred in cash I spend them on silver.

>>19592448
I encourage every right winger to buy pm and crypto, who knows what it might bring in the future, maybe this could back up a secession and a new currency

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>>19591614
>Unbeknownst to them that a large consortium of autistic internet shit posters have as much metal as a central bank.

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>>19591098

>> No.19593298

>>19593092
>Bullion, not Bits
Based AF
>Struck in copper
...you had one job!

>> No.19593314

I am thinking about buying my first oz platin before my first oz gold, it sucks because platin is taxed, but its still so much cheaper. What do you guys think?

>> No.19593321

>>19593048
>I noticed that buying pm doesnt feel like spending money to me. Which may be a problem, because I am objectively a poorfag, and whenever I have a few hundred in cash I spend t

I’ve spent 5k in PM’s in the last 6 months. I am also a poorfag. But again like you said it doesn’t feel like I am spending money on the contrary I am just putting my money in my own personal safe that will never lose value and can be exchanged in any country or point in history. I guess that’s what real money is VS currency.

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Texas Precious Metals got that dummy thicc silber bar

>> No.19593452

>>19593314
What's tax code like for you? If you can escape taxes by buying 'coins', then forget bars and go for a government-issue piece with a stated face value.

>> No.19594124

Anyone have any experience or knowledge about taking gold/silver through an airport? If SHTF what are the chances it will be confiscated if you try to relocate?

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>>19591614
Based.

I would love to have a farm and compound for breeding white women to repopulate the white race.

>> No.19594903

>>19590854
gucci stack, that's what I'm going for once AG/AU ratio is more favorable.

>> No.19594941

>>19593314
platinum is a gamble imo. I've got 5 oz just in case the gamble pays off.

>> No.19595412

Just got pic related as part of a small pickup from the LCS earlier today. Great price; lower than online even.

But it gets even better. Did some research on the group, and they're based and red-pilled AF. Not bad for historical value either, since it filled a void that the ASE later took over.

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>>19595412
Ugh. I'm a retard. Forgot pic.

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>>19589257
my silver of the month just came lezgo

>> No.19595480

Post about mining stocks. I want to buy Pure gold, Pretium, Skeena, and a few others. What do you guys own?

>> No.19596039

>>19595480
>19593314
I'm pretty decent at TA, if anyone wants to give me some tickers for miners I'll check them out. If you think it's BS then ignore me.

>> No.19596173

>>19596039
Skeens (SKREF)
Pure Gold (LRTNF)
Pretium (PVG)

The main ones. But a few other ones I am interested in and saw suggested

Seabridge (SEA.TO)
Ximen (XXMMF)
Newmont (NEM)
ALIO (ALO)
Hecla (HL)
First Majestic (AG)

NUGT etf

>> No.19596356

>>19594450
Thats the goal fren

>> No.19596747

>>19589257
Peter "You better beat em like neegan" Schiff
Peter "I'm not stopping till that niggers dropping" Schiff
Peter "Kill a gorilla dead" Schiff
Peter "I moved to PR and all I got was lighter taxes and lighter skinned niggers" Schiff
Peter "Jog here get treated like a queer" Schiff
Peter "Nappy heads get lead" Schiff
Peter "Free market slavery" Schiff
Peter "The fed supplies the welfare, I'll supply the warfare" Schiff
Peter "CEO of Racism" Schiff
Peter "Euro Pacific Islanders tongue my anus" Schiff
Peter "Save a life, stab that nigger with a knife" Schiff
Peter "IRS a shit, loot them you nigger dicks" Schiff
Peter "The Jewish Klan has the plan" Schiff
Peter "Round them back up to Pakistan" Schiff
Peter "If it's white it's alright" Schiff
Peter "Golden deagle for the darkies, Sliver shooter going LARPY" Schiff
Peter "digs for precious metals (In minecraft)" Schiff
Peter "If it has a tan get the V&" Schiff
Peter "If it's brown mow it down" Schiff
Peter "A total riot" Schiff
Peter "My porn name is peter stiff" Schiff
Peter "Broken knees for BBC" Schiff
Peter "Rope and trees are as american as apple pie" Schiff
Peter "Shooting youths in groups" Schiff

>> No.19596814

>>19596173
SKREF - can't really tell, but I wouldn't be buying in now though.

LRTNF - would be interesting around 75-85 cents

PVG - probably best looking of the bunch, i'd like it around $7

SEA.TO - can't find the ticker on tradingview
XXMMF - garbage volume
NEM - rough chart buy around $45
ALO - either about to go bankrupt or 20x your money, more likely bankrupt
HL - doesn't look healthy either, but is at a good price IF you are going to buy it.
AG - their chart looks basically like the silver chart... so just stack more physical.

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>>19590630
I feel faggoter every week I dont stack. Had to skip this week to shore up my gun mag and ammo situation...

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>>19591614
OK anons we need to collude and form a cartel on silver and gold.

What price will we start selling our gold and silver to normies at?

I propose $15k per oz gold and $250 per oz silver

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Just got this in the mail today.

>> No.19597803

>>19597760
Why would you post 2 pics of the same side? Are you retarded?

>> No.19597830

>>19591098
Ngmi retarded faggot.

>> No.19597856

>>19597803
Fuck off, Satan

>> No.19597949
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>>19589806
Nice anon, I too have started stacking

>> No.19597984

>>19594450
How much time for you to accumulate that? What do you do?

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>>19596747

>> No.19598004

>>19594941
Yeah, I'm in the same boat. But the last time plat was cheaper than March was back when Spaniards thought it was defective silver and threw it back into the ocean. May as well treat it like a shit coin and speculate on it.

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>>19591614
I need this shit to keep going up for a bit, I've 8k to liquididate in silver but the premium are fucking hight, 24€ an once. When it goes to 18-19, I'm firing my shot.
>225 oz silver
>500g+100g of gold
I just regret not buying fucking coins instead of bar gold

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In on comfy thread. Picked up some silver last week, might get some more this week.

>> No.19598762

>>19597984
Been stacking since 2014, I work minimum wage in a call centre.

>> No.19598944

>>19598762
based

>> No.19598988

>>19597760
beautiful. I love naval-themed coins

>> No.19599056

> every fiat currency ever has eventually failed
[citation needed]

>> No.19599088

>>19598071
why do you regret buying a bar?

>> No.19599148

>>19595441
nice

>> No.19599291

>>19599088
Less flexibility if I want to sell some. It should be fine if the crisis happen in a year or more, I will be able to get a lot of silver by then.

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>>19599056
Every government will collapse and be replaced. Every fiat currency only holds value because government backing ensures its value. It has no value outside of government backing.

>> No.19599465

>>19597949
very nice bar anon. What's next for you?

>> No.19599505

>>19598099
can't recognize the coins, what are they?
>>19598762
based af

>> No.19599573

>>19599056
https://youtu.be/DyV0OfU3-FU?t=457

>> No.19599579

>>19598071
>500g+100g of gold
you have 600g of gold?
that's like 17oz.

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hello friends, my third 100 Corona Austrian is arriving Wednesday ;-)
keep stacking

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>>19594450
based but not enough gold fren

>> No.19599939

>>19599778
how much gold is that

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>>19599939
not enough

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>>19599818
After I get my tax back I'll be getting more gold for sure. Thinking about it though, I do have over 130 grams of gold, that might be more than 99.9% of people in the world already

>> No.19600130

>>19600070
thats a good idea, make sure to buy with the lowest premium possible. gold is gold, when you sell it no one gives a fuck about whatever coin or bar you have.

Personally I thought about stacking enough gold to buy me a ticket to a different continent and start life all over, so it has to be enough value to pay for everything including the first 4 months minimum.

>> No.19600199

>>19600070
I have 2.25 oz and I feel fucking destitute levels of poor.

>> No.19600201

>>19599778
what's that coin with arabic letters anon?

>> No.19600265

>>19600201
persian 1 pahlavi coin
here you find more info
https://www.scheideanstalt.de/muenzkatalog/goldmuenzen/iran/

>> No.19600289

>>19600199
That's why us lower class types should be silver maximalists, you won't feel poor when you have kilos upon kilos of silver even though it can easily be accumulated on minimum wage right now.

>> No.19600483

>>19599778
Those golden communist coins are glorious... ultimate irony.

>> No.19600511

>>19600265
damn that's a nice find. Did you get it locally?

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>>19600483
imagine owning something the average soviet party member couldnt even think about owning.

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>>19599465
These lol, I figured if we're just waiting for global economic collapse or at the very least lots of inflation, might as well start by just diving in. For what I have available I'm going to start dumping more and more as time goes on and one day I could be as based as >>19594450

>> No.19600575

>>19600511
yes and it was just 3,8% premium over spot, generally i try to stay under 2% but this time I made an exception.
They arent rare you can get them in many shops but most often dealers want 10-15% premium which is just laughable.

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>>19599505

>> No.19600596

>>19600558
I don't want to root for a collapse of the USD. I'd rather just have the kikes' manipulation of prices through paper to have its lid blow off and let them moon.

>> No.19600653

>>19600558
based, keep stacking
>>19600578
oh ok these are sovs, couldn't recognize them due to quality

>> No.19600697

>>19600596
Don't get me wrong I don't want all the suffering that would come with such a happening but that doesn't mean I'm not going to try to take advantage of my situation and cover all bases

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New to /pmg/, just got my 100 mercs today. This is my only silver besides a singular 1oz buffalo.

This is so much fun to just clink around and look at. I think I'm going to stack exclusively to play with precious metals.

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Brorinos, I have a couple of questionerinos that I'd like you to answerino if you don't minderino.

Why do you buy gold?
Because you think it’s undervalued and it will boom? To preserve wealth since the fed’s monetary policy is destroying the value of the dollar but you don’t really care about the price booming? Because you think the monetary system will eventually change in our lifetimes and when that happens some sort of pm-backed currency will be adopted and, consequently, pms’ prices will explode? Because you think all other assets are overvalued and you don’t know where to put your money? Because you don’t trust banks and want to hold part of your wealth in real assets? Because of an hypothetical apocalyptical scenario where you expect to have to trade your pms for food?

Why do you buy silver? To trade it for gold when/if the gold:silver ratio shortens? Because you think it’s undervalued and it will boom? To preserve wealth since the fed’s monetary policy is destroying the value of the dollar but you don’t really care about the price booming? Because you think the monetary system will eventually change in our lifetimes and when that happens some sort of pm-backed currency will be adopted and, consequently, pms’ prices will explode? Because you think all other assets are overvalued and you don’t know where to put your money? Because you don’t trust banks and want to hold part of your wealth in real assets? Because of an hypothetical apocalyptical scenario where you expect to have to trade your pms for food?

Do you keep track of the gold:silver ratio when you buy gold and/or silver? And do you follow any other ratio related with pms (dow:gold ratio, for example)?

Do you have any gold:silver allocation ratio?

Do you have one of those metal verifier machines to check if the coins/bars you’re buying are the real thing? If yes, which one do you have? Or what tests do you do to check if your pms aren’t fakes?

(1/2)

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>>19600821

As an European investor, does it make any difference buying american eagle coins, britannias or philarmonicas? I’m asking this because of the capital gains tax. I know that, for example, britannias are exempt of capital gains tax. Bu that only applies to UK based investors, right?

Do you have any favorite coins/bars? I mean, do you try to have an homogeneous pm portfolio (always the same type of bar, always the same size, etc) or do you try to diversify across bars/coins, small sizes/medium sizes, american/british/european/australian/canadian coins, etc?

I literally have €15K to dump on precious metals right fucking now. What gold:silver allocation would you recommend me?

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>>19600821

As an European investor, does it make any difference buying american eagle coins, britannias or philarmonicas? I’m asking this because of the capital gains tax. I know that, for example, britannias are exempt of capital gains tax. Bu that only applies to UK based investors, right?

Do you have any favorite coins/bars? I mean, do you try to have an homogeneous pm portfolio (always the same type of bar, always the same size, etc) or do you try to diversify across bars/coins, small sizes/medium sizes, american/british/european/australian/canadian coins, etc?

I literally have €15K to dump on precious metals right fucking now. What gold:silver allocation would you recommend me?

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>> No.19600875

>>19597657
keep dreaming anon. also use Credit Unions, they are so much better then jp morgan, the money you put in actually gets used in your community and credit unions don't charge you fees or try to fuck you over to make an extra buck out of you.

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>>19600821

As an European investor, does it make any difference buying american eagle coins, britannias or philarmonicas? I’m asking this because of the capital gains tax. I know that, for example, britannias are exempt of capital gains tax. But that only applies to UK based investors, right?

Do you have any favorite coins/bars? I mean, do you try to have an homogeneous pm portfolio (always the same type of bar, always the same size, etc) or do you try to diversify across bars/coins, small sizes/medium sizes, american/british/european/australian/canadian coins, etc?

I literally have €15K to dump on precious metals right fucking now. What gold:silver allocation would you recommend me?

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>> No.19600929

>>19594124
limits on amounts that make them pull you to the side. Same with cash of high amounts. look up TSA

>> No.19600934

>>19600821
>Why do you buy gold?
>To preserve wealth
yes
>Why do you buy silver?
>To preserve wealth
yes
>To trade it for gold when/if the gold:silver ratio shortens?
maybe, we'll see
>>19600873
I'm no expert but bullion is bullion, government-backed coins give you the relative peace of mind while stacking bars theoretically gives you best bang for buck. Depends whether you care about easy liquidity

how'd you even post this three times

>> No.19600955

>>19600821
Mostly I just got into it thinking that if there was ever any sort of economic upheaval I would be more prepared than the average person. If that doesnt happen I feel it'll still retain it's value for however many years I am alive. That's how I view it, I don't keep track of all those metrics because I feel that it's not going to matter too much in the long run if I micromanage it but I'm relatively new at it so maybe I'm fucking myself over who knows

>> No.19600976

>>19600934
>maybe, we'll see
how will you do that trade?
are you american?
where will you sell your silver?
>government-backed coins give you the relative peace of mind while stacking bars theoretically gives you best bang for buck.
I think I'll go for both then.

>> No.19600990

>>19600840
GOLD IS GOLD, buy what you can get for the lowest premium, the day you sell it to a dealer (or even a private sale) no one will give you anything else than current spot price.
Laws and taxes may change in the future and I dont know about UK laws.
When the price per gramm is the same I personally try to get the smallest coin or bar possible, it gives you more options. 5,81g fine gold LMU coins are cheap, Sovereigns/2 Rand, 20g gold bars, 1oz bullion coins and 1oz gold bars are very common.
Dont be the sucker that pays a high premium for 1/4 oz American Eagle/Kruger/Philharmoniker etc.

Currently silver seems to be undervalued, but for starting out I would focus on gold, for 15.000€ I would buy 10.000€ gold (210g) and 5000€ (8,3kg) silver.

>> No.19601009

>>19600955
Same here.
I don't pay attention to those things.
I just buy because of a mix of all the reasons I listed.
Except maybe for the silver-to-gold trade. I don't know if I'd be able to do that.
I have 2.6oz of gold and 199.27oz of silver.
I'm still a stacklet.

>> No.19601034

>>19600929
so in my experience, if you have a registered company and proper documentation. the TSA/police are far less likely to harass you
but if you're some smelly hippy or neet, and you have 20k in metals in your suitcase. oh yeah you're getting thrown in a "conference room" for 6 hours...

>> No.19601038

>>19600821
I just started buying gold and silver. I bought a gold 1oz bar and 8 oz silver coins. Even if there wasn't an economic downturn. gold and silver will appreciate over time. Gold and silver will always be worth something. But I started to get an edge in case of things getting worse.

>> No.19601065

>>19600990
>1oz bullion coins and 1oz gold bars are very common.
this is what I mostly buy.
>Dont be the sucker that pays a high premium for 1/4 oz American Eagle/Kruger/Philharmoniker etc.
lol.
already did that 2 times.
just because I thought that smaller sizes are easier to sell.
> for 15.000€ I would buy 10.000€ gold (210g) and 5000€ (8,3kg) silver.
thanks!

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>>19601009
More than many people including me my fren, although I believe that silver might be more undervalued even as an industrial metal than gold. Pic related, around 90s now, if it ever goes around 70s which isn't asking too much you could essentially get free gold, not much but it's still gold

>> No.19601146

>>19601113
Waiting for the ratio to hit 35 or somewhere around there

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>>19589257
>tfw going all in on oil and gold/silver stonks

>> No.19601156

>>19601065
so anon i'm un sure how much you already know so i'll try to briefly cover some basics.
gold is horded by banks and rich/wealthy people, in that regard things like 100oz bars will always have demand.
for silver its very different world. you're average investor isn't a bank or some wealthy guy. its the middle class and industry eats about 60% of the silver mined every year. so buying high demand coins is way more important because when silver hits $60oz a lot of people will be unloading silver. but things like a ASE, will still be in demand, while a lot of other small coins/bars won't even find buyers at spot minus a dollar or 2....

but back to investing, silver usually moons higher then gold, in past recessions and depressions silver can triple and gold can double

>> No.19601172

>>19600976
I'm yuropoor, I'll try to trade silver with other stackers when the time comes. I'd lose money hard cashing silver in at my LCS (below spot).
If I was American, I'd go all in on silver and wait for the ratio to get better

>> No.19601187

>>19601113
I don't I can logistically do that trade.
Will you sell your silver and then buy gold with the proceeds? Will you somewhere and literally trade silver for gold?

>> No.19601205

>>19601187
I've heard of local coin dealers, accepting silver for gold trades. I've even heard its slightly in the advantage of the person to do it that way...

>> No.19601210

>>19591614
Based as fuck post.

>> No.19601226

>>19601156
>in past recessions and depressions silver can triple and gold can double
I think this time will be more than that.
>when silver hits $60oz a lot of people will be unloading silver.
I think it will go higher than that, honestly. The situation of the monetary system, debt system, dollar system, etc, is under much more pressure now than it was in previous recessions.
And I don't feel comfortable changing my pms for fiat again.

>> No.19601249

>>19601172
>I'm yuropoor, I'll try to trade silver with other stackers when the time comes.
How?

>> No.19601269

>>19601205
There are no shops like that where I live.
I buy all my pms through online dealers.

>> No.19601295

>>19601249
e.g. thesilverforum where people get rated. I could also try ebay, someone will always buy. I'm in it for the long run, not really thinking about it now

>> No.19601330

>>19601187
Whatever is more convenient I suppose, there are plenty of gold and silver dealers where I live so there's nothing really stopping me from doing that once I feel ready to switch. I like silver but ultimately gold is king and I'd prefer to have as much gold as possible but until then I'll keep stacking silver.

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>>19590854
:O

>> No.19601353 [DELETED] 

>>19601330
but for a guy like me, where that silver-to-gold trade is kinda difficult to do, would you still buy silver?
>>19601295
>ebay
I don't trust that.

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2016 Gold centennial restrikes.
Where?

>> No.19601392

>>19601353
>>ebay
>I don't trust that.
exactly, which is why tight-knit PM communities are the best places to trade. If /pmg/ wasn't where it was, it would probably be a comfy place to trade too

>> No.19601411

>>19601295
>ebay
I don't trust that.
>>19601330
But if you were me, where doing that silver-to-gold ratio is kinda difficult, would you still buy silver? Or would you just focus on gold?
I know that gold and silver are both undervalued, silver more, and at some point in time this manipulation will end. I'm not exactly looking to trade, since I'd expect the manipulation to stop once it blows out, so I'd suppose that the price of gold and silver would stay high/higher.
I just want to accumulate as much as I can before it moons.

>> No.19601445

>>19601353
I think if I were in your position, idk i guess it really varies where you live but if you live in the western world you would do better to buy silver since it's more undervalued and still easily trade able I think, but you have to come up with your own conclusions that match your situation, don't want to accidentally steer you to the wrong path bro

>> No.19601487

anyone else hoping a dip comes in july-august lol, discover sent me a notice saying I can get 5% cashback for paypal thru those months. and most websites charge 3-4% for paypal lol

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Hows things today?

Went and checked out the guys at the 8 mile lake mine today, there already doing their first cleanup and let me take a shot of some of the concentrate pans. Wish I had $2 million to play with like these guys.

>> No.19601608

>>19601562
gib stock tipz pls frendo

>> No.19601649

>>19601562
damn that looks nice, its a shame its not yours.
another hot day down here in the Midwest, been to lazy to clean my 1/2 oz silver coins lol

>> No.19601677

>>19601608
I am out of the loop on stocks sorry, I am heading to town tomorrow getting my vehicle repaired, I ll do some digging online and see what I ve been missing in that world while i ve been away.

>> No.19601699

>>19601649
o man their crew were all giggling like children, I think they are already going to be at 80 ounces in their first cleanup. But they have serious equipment and even bigger bills.

>> No.19601762

>>19601699
yeah 80oz sounds very nice until you remember that 2 million they put in...
hard to say really, I think I prefer the smaller payouts if it meant less stress from other people

>> No.19601786

>>19601677
Looking forward to it, your past posts have been nice

>> No.19601872

>>19601762
yea, I always dream of going "big time" mining, but than i remember you have to have a crew of like 10 guys, two excavators, haul trucks, crew support, trailers, spare parts, the whole works. It doesnt make sense for someone like me to go that way, i ll stick to my tiny excavator and baby washplant.

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Finally!! My eagle came in today!!!

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Other side.

>> No.19601991

>>19601943
anon why would you buy that? also its a 91, they could at least destroy a coin with 40 million others minted

>> No.19602014

>>19601943
"fine" silver

>> No.19602222

>>19600821
I just like rubbing it on my nipples.

>> No.19602331

>>19601991
Because I wanted it, I don't know, it needed to be rescued.

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>>19602222
Based and golden nipple pilled

>> No.19602441

>>19602331
how much?

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>Bullion dealers
https://www.apmex.com/
https://www.boldpreciousmetals.com/
https://www.bgasc.com/
https://www.gainesvillecoins.com/
https://www.jmbullion.com/
https://www.providentmetals.com/
https://www.silvertowne.com/
https://sdbullion.com/
https://schiffgold.com/
https://goldsilver.com/
https://pinehurstcoins.com/
https://www.sprottmoney.com/
https://www.moneymetals.com/
https://monumentmetals.com/
https://www.goldenstatemint.com/
https://goldsilver.be/en/
https://www.muenze-berlin.de/
https://www.hollandgold.nl/
https://www.europesilverbullion.com/
https://www.celticgold.eu/en/
https://www.muenzeoesterreich.at/eng/

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info
https://www.jmbullion.com/ultimate-guide-to-90-silver-coins/

>Compare
https://findbullionprices.com/

>News
https://www.kitco.com/
http://silverseek.com/
https://www.mining.com/

>Bullion tax info by state:
https://www.apmex.com/state-sales-tax-information

>Prospecting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCL6FKQZyoM
https://www.usgs.gov/energy-and-minerals/mineral-resources-program/science
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mt-faqs/faq_fmc.pdf
https://www.mndm.gov.on.ca/en/mines-and-minerals/mining-act
https://www.amazon.ca/Gold-Creeks-Ghostowns-British-Columbia/dp/088839988X

>Test
Nitric Acid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mg9YcAShTo
Magnets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSXg-WOEVY
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/fake-bullion-database
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

>YouTube/Podcasts
https://www.youtube.com/user/silverguru David Morgan
https://www.youtube.com/user/SprottGlobal
https://www.youtube.com/user/KitcoNews
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqmToXM7x2tD7-2rs0KvObA
https://www.youtube.com/user/GoldAndSilverClub1
https://www.youtube.com/user/whygoldandsilver
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCED7G7CZfqdSV9zttlr1M_g
https://www.youtube.com/user/belangp

>> No.19602646

>>19602222
Quads and nipple pilled

>> No.19602667

^^^ cleaned up and restored OP
update hw status and add
previous >>XXXXXXXX
in 1st post

>> No.19602681

remember to remove "[embed]" when copypasting, otherwise they stack up

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Added another kilo to the family

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>>19602441
$24

>> No.19602726

>>19602710
Nice choice of bars.

>> No.19602765

>>19602713
holy shit, weigh it, I doubt its more then .8 ounces...
>>19602710
those Canadian kilo's and the Britannia 10oz bars are looking sweet right now. if I can't get a ASE for under 22 by sept, I'm buying some bars

>> No.19602796

>>19602765
Its around 26 grams I think. I want to bend it back a little straighter and attach it to a vest I wear.

>> No.19602824

>>19602765
Start buying your bars anon... it's going to be a while before any premiums drop down.

>> No.19602857

>>19600538
What is the weight on these?

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>>19589806
>>19597949
>/tg/bros
I too come from this god forsaken place. A based finance frog led me from /mmg/ to here, did my first purchase of silver last week. Can't wait to fondle it, i'll post my humble stack too since it seems to be the tradition over here.

>> No.19602873

>>19602857
A little over .24

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>>19602862
to be honest anon, most of us are under the impression you never let someone see your whole stack, but since we're anonymoose, its like a exception since you guys don't know who I really am lol.

>> No.19602977

>>19602862
You are not really one of us unless you post a cum tribute picture of your silver

>> No.19603001

>>19602824
I do wonder what causing this recent surge, most mines should be in full production...
but nah I think i'll be able to get some britannias or RCM bars for under $20 an ounce by august

>> No.19603012

>>19602710
Why do you have a pile of paper next to money. Nice bars btw

>> No.19603028

>>19602977
oh ok, then i hope the mailman will deliver soon. I purchased 20 silver eagles, is it enough to be part of the group?

>> No.19603035

>>19602977
that is gross, and also another reason to wear cotton gloves when handling your silver... lol fucking disguesting anon, I swear if I ever get cum stained silver i'm coming for you *insert navy seal copy pasta*

>> No.19603069

>>19603028
Even just owning one whole ounce of silver puts you ahead of 99% of people globally believe it or not.

>> No.19603146

>>19603035
>he doesnt keep his silver in containers full of his own cum aka DNA aka thousands of years of his ancestral makeup to protect his wealth from the harmful effects of oxygen

Never going to make it. Your ancestors are ashamed of you.

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internets so crap out here, forgive me if i accidentally double post this stuff. While I was out today I checked out a massive tailings field from mining done 15 years ago. Claim owners died last fall and its in legal hell so i went and had a look, there is all sorts of mineralized rock laying around that carries free gold. The placer miners probably had no idea either.

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>>19603175

>> No.19603227

>>19603193
there be gold in them rocks?

>> No.19603228

>>19603012
It's funny considering the paper and the bars both have the same value in terms of dollars, but one stack is a whole lot heavier than the other and it cost me a lot less dollars.

>> No.19603297

>>19603227
its not a lot, probably .2 grams per tonne, its low grade sulfide material. However, there are probably hundreds of tonnes of the stuff laying around. These rocks are probably the local source for the gold in the area.

>> No.19603369

>>19603297
how long does it take you to process a ton of material?

>> No.19603463

>>19603369
I have a small 1 tonne an hour mill that is ready to run, but i rarely use it because its a pain in the ass to dial everything in for the different material you put through it. It would not be hard to run this ore, I may contact the new owners when everything is sorted out and see if I can work out a deal, they for sure need to fire assay this stuff, I was getting 10+ colors per pan when i crushed samples by hand.

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i just want to buy a harem of formerly well to do housewives with my silber

>> No.19603668

>>19603463
Wish I had the capital and fortitude to go out there myself, but having no knowledge or experience with finding gold I don't think that's a good idea. Wish you the best of luck

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>>19602222

>> No.19604004

>>19601379
Apmex has graded ones IIRC.

Shame that they had trouble selling them all in 2016 and now they're rare.

>> No.19604027

how much oz silver before a stacklet can be considered a respectable stack

>> No.19604029

>>19596747
>stop and frisk worked!
- Peter “based” Schiff

>> No.19604042

>>19601562
Very nice, pan man.

Working, stacking, and keeping in the grind.

>> No.19604055

>>19603001
The mines are running, from what I hear it's the mint that had some problems.

>> No.19604124

>>19604027
enough until storage becomes an issue

>> No.19604203

>2.25 oz gold
>250 oz silver

will I make it? I plan on getting 10 more oz of silver

>> No.19604358

>>19603175
>Claim owners died last fall and its in legal hell

This is my other fear that keeps me up at night with my hard rock lease, I think it's the same over in your country but with the myriad of enviromental regulations if you don't meet certain mining regulations and commitments, people can apply to "sue" you for the right to take over the lease in a special mining court. I bought my lease off a company and this guy who was friends with the old historic owner who lost it in the early 2000s somehow got my number and contacted me, he wanted to buy it off me and when I asked how come he never bought it in the first place he said he didn't even know it was for sale, so I think he's watching me carefully waiting to strike if i fuck up

>> No.19604424

>>19603001
>>19602765
>britannia bars

Damn I was going to pick 1 or 2 of these up but they're sold out again

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>>19589806
very nice fren.

I picked up a roll of Krugerrands the other day

>> No.19604641

>>19592448
Peter Schiff will be the chosen Jew.

>> No.19604718

>>19604358
yea similar laws here, basically if the government discovers you have been doing illegal stuff like dumping garbage than they can revoke your miners licence and your claim goes back to the gov. Than anyone can snap it up at 12 midnight the day it forfeits. Another issue that can happen is the claim owner dies, and the next of kin don't get on transferring the claim in time, the claim goes into a limbo state that requires a law suit and argument for the claim to go to next of kin. Thats what happened at the place above.

>> No.19604877

If I bought gold, and needed to cash it out in an emergency, what percentage below spot could I be expected to pay? Like, if the spot price was $1,700, how much of a loss would I have to eat to sell it at a local coin store?

>> No.19605591

>>19601146
Fun fact: the historical ratio going back fifty years is about 50:1 and if the paper:silver ratio were to be brought to equity with the paper:gold ratio the gold:silver ratio would be just under that.

>> No.19605734

>>19605591
so exchange silver to gold when the ratio is 60 then?

>> No.19605776

>>19604877
1800

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>>19596747
this could be the new header

>>19597830
>trip fag
>butthurt
checks out.
pan man is the only one here who's ok with namefagging. take your AIDS back to /b/

>> No.19605794

>>19604877
they usually pay spot. They make their money by selling at a premium, not usually from buying at a discount.

>> No.19605836

Schiff's become redpilled recently. It's great listening to him rant about blacks.

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PMG what do I get next?
I'm at 0.6oz gold, 100oz silver, 1oz plat. On the one hand I want to at least get up to 1oz gold, but the silver ratio is still so high I feel like I'm missing out if I don't keep stacking it.

Suggestions?

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>>19605786
You're not going to make it either.

>> No.19605889

>>19605862
those are solid numbers. the premiums on silver are just brutal right now. Maybe some quality gold fractionals from perth mint or something.

>> No.19605935

>>19605734
Personally I plan to wait until it gets within 10% of the historical average but 60:1 is a "bird in the hand" situation.

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settings
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make /pmg/ great again

>> No.19606072

>>19604027
200oz is a respectable stack imo. Would cost you around $4400 as of now in 1oz coins, a bit cheaper in bars.

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My new storage solution is complete. Apache 4800 from Harbor Freight, I've got 600+ oz of silver 7 oz gold, 5 oz platinum, 40 oz of copper

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>>19606107
Double layered..

>> No.19606137

>>19606107
mirin'

>> No.19606150

>>19604027
id go for at least 100 and $100 face value constitutional. throw in a gold and platinum coin for shits n giggles
youd have more PMs than 99.9% of all 'muricans

>> No.19606159

>>19605935
>"bird in the hand" situation
Im sorry but I dont know what this means

>> No.19606165

>>19602913
man those bat boys are beautiful. I had a kid this year and bought two of those for him when he gets older. how much did you pay for those?

>> No.19606175

>>19606107
Very comfy big stack fren, congrats! About the repartition, the silver : gold ratio is nice, but waaay too much plat for my tastes, this is a memetal only driven by shitcoin-tier greedy speculators desu, and i don't get the copper either. I mean investing in copper is very smart, but why bother with physical? Simply go for mining shares...

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>>19606165
more then I care to admit but I did get a decent price... pic related

>> No.19606250

>>19606107
nice pluck foam, you storin minis in there too?

>> No.19606267

>>19602862
> that thread where D&D players did not understand why dragons hoard gold

>> No.19606274
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For the first time in months i just found phily coins for exactly 20€/oz. I'm so tempted guys... but i must... r-resist... the *argh*.. the urge!
I must... w-wait for.... *umph* the d-dip!

>> No.19606283

>>19603035
It's okay. Silver is antiseptic.

>> No.19606284

>>19589257
When's the next pump boys? Heard of another US stimulus in July.

>> No.19606311

>>19606175
The Plat was 100% meme/speculation. The copper was an impulse buy.

>> No.19606318

>>19606250
Minis? Liquor?

>> No.19606319

>>19606159
There is an expression that goes, "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." It means that if you got something it is better than what you could have gotten but did not. In my case, trading silver for gold at 60:1 versus 50:1 would not be regretful because at least an exchange was made within decent range of the historical average.

>> No.19606339

>>19606311
Gotcha. If i were you i'd wait for a nice lil plat spike and then sell 4oz for more silver. How much did you spend for the Pt?

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>>19606274
buy a tube, I don't think we'll see a dip much better then that.

>> No.19606395

>>19606339
975/oz * 5

>> No.19606439

Know what makes me nervous? Everybody always talks about gold. It takes one of us to bring up silver. Is this a bad indicator about the future performance of silver or is the gold talk a generalization?

>> No.19606456

>>19606439
Silver will make you richer than Gold, but you're going to have to sell it at some point for Gold. Remember that.

>> No.19606489

>>19606439
5x more gold than silver existing above ground, nuf said

>> No.19606539

>>19606439
When your house is burning down the first thing you grab is your gold not silver.

>> No.19606550

>>19606539
But why it's not going to be destroyed... Worst case you need it repoured?

>> No.19606562

>>19606539
I would pick neither, it's retarded, you pick stuff who'd get destroyed by fire like papers, cash, bonds, collectibles, paintings. Not the only 2 things who don't give a fuck about being melted down, you absolute brainlet...

>> No.19606564

>>19606319
I see, thank you for explaining friend

>> No.19606659

>>19606439
>Is this a bad indicator about the future performance of silver
yeah, almost the entire value of silver and gold comes from public perceptions rather than industrial factors of supply and demand.

so if the public sees it as almost worthless then it will stay that way. The psychology plays a definite part in the pricing. /pmg/ tries to change that psychology with raw data, but we have an audience so small here it won't make any difference.

In reality supply and demand have very little effect on pm's in industry because they don't cost much more than copper or lead to mine, and if a company spends more to mine gold it's only because they can sell it for more as a result of investor psychology. It will take a huge shift in psychology to see silver even triple in price, let alone approach gold parity, despite both of them having about the same costs of production and use in industrial processes. We're probably more likely to see gold crash than silver boom.

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>>19606659
>because they don't cost much more than copper or lead to mine
wtf am i reading

>> No.19606722

>>19606395
That's why i hate Pt, how could anyone be interested in a metal with pretty much no uses cases, who was trading above $2,200 in 2008 and was worth $600 3 months ago?

>> No.19606724

>>19606688
most silver and gold production comes as byproduct of copper and other base metal production. So it costs nothing to produce from that standpoint. It's fucking free. Bonus metal from processes we need to do anyways.

there is a huge sector of mines that go after silver or gold as their primary product, but that's not because of industrial supply or demand. It's because speculators and investors hold the prices high enough that small, expensive operations like PanMan's or the jungle gold miners all over the world find it worthwhile to hunt the stuff even at much higher than industrial production prices. Small time mines are caused by the price of metals being so high, they're not raising prices or indicating what it actually costs to produce metals on an industrial scale.

>> No.19606737

2.25 oz gold
250 oz silver

Will I make it? Trying to buy another 10 oz of silver soon.

>> No.19606775

>>19599579
yeah something like that, but I would've liked to have 5 or 10 oz in coin form. Something like a 250g bar and the 350g other in coins. Oh well its done.

>> No.19606810

>>19606724
Ah ok, from that standpoint it make more sense, but the way you formulated it wasn't really clear.

That said, normans perceptions are easily manipulated, and if PMs get some more coverage, it wont take long to get them hooked. If btc, a literal digital nothingburger, can reach 20K but by the prospect of future gains, imagine what would do some silver exposure. Sad thing is gold&silver are the archenemies of the talmudic financial ponzi, so it will probably have to get viral using alternative medias if we want to reach the normies.

>> No.19606838

>>19606318
for tabletop games plenty of companies sell the pluck foam as an ideal way to store miniatures, like in warhammer

>> No.19606848

>>19606562
>Saves worthless fiat money before Gods money

>> No.19606867

>>19606810
boomers are washed with daily propaganda on silver and gold via foxnews and any other media that target the elderly senile. On top of being the only generation old enough to remember PM's as literal money and also to remember when gold was banned in the US.

If it hasn't worked on them (and it honestly hasn't since the 1980s) I doubt it'll work on anyone.

>> No.19606907

>>19606867
Trust me, there are people today who buy it hook, line, and sinker.

>> No.19606953

>>19606737
I have 250 ounces of silver too, but 4.25 of gold! GET ON MY LEVEL STACKLET!!!

heh, jk fren. We will both make it.

>> No.19606955

>>19606867
If you are so bearish about PMs, may i ask why are you here/hoarding PMs ?

>> No.19606966

>>19606907
sure, these threads are ample evidence of that.

and they're not necessarily wrong, since nations, banks, and corporations all hoard PM's to store value outside of fiat and markets. As do most wise investors.

but to raise the value of silver against gold would require apocalyptic collapse of trade, along with some magical devaluing of gold as a medium of exchange. Also the collapse of bartering in real goods and services for some reason. Or of course a massive propaganda campaign, but frankly the average person isn't that concerned with the scarcity or value of silver. All they know is how it's been valued in history, and that's not very highly.

>> No.19606978

>>19606659
gold to silver ratio 1:96
ummm anon silver has already dropped off the normies radar. the price is set by industry demand alone. but they'll all remember silver when they realize how much it actually cost to purchase an ounce gold

>> No.19606992

How is silvergoldbull.ca? Anyone have any experience with them? Also where to buy in Canada. A lot of the sites in the lead only ship within US.

>> No.19606995

>>19606955
I'm neither bearish or bullish. And I don't hoard metals. I buy and sell them, so the factors influencing prices interest me. But I kinda doubt silver is going to moon in comparison to gold. I mean we've seen a couple short spikes in the last 40 years, but nothing like a sustained surge close to a value indicated by comparison of cost or demand.

>> No.19607022

>>19606978
>the price is set by industry demand alone
demand is also set by price.

take silver solder as an example. If silver suddenly moons to the price of gold you're going to see people taking their plumbing apart and selling the solder. It's only used because it is so cheap. The low price stimulates industrial demand in cases where other metals could be used instead.

>> No.19607048

>>19607022
oh sorry, I never meant to imply silver would ever match gold. I think best case silver will hold above $75 for a day or 2 in the coming years,

>> No.19607079

>>19607048
I agree, I think that's highly likely.

we'll also see a slow steady climb in average value after the recession ends and inflation begins to sink in. I see silver as a solid long-term investment with a small chance of large gains.

>> No.19607181

>>19606966
Actually all it would take is a steady elimination of derivatives. If half the paper silver contracts were closed the gold:silver ratio would halve and silver would be worth double what it is now without any change in its market cap.

>> No.19607194

>>19606992
First dealer I ever bought from and I would buy from them again.

>> No.19607230

>>19607181
yes, but at the expense of liquidity.

In my experience the only people that benefit from price spikes and drops in silver are the ones trading paper. If you try to buy physical metal at some extreme low or sell at some short peak nobody is likely to do the deal. Because they'll make money by waiting for the market to even out. This has the effect of homogenizing prices, even if they're at higher levels.

then there's the fact that industry operates entirely on future contracts, just like most commodities. Which tends to flatten the markets even more.

>> No.19607288

>>19607230
>then there's the fact that industry operates entirely on future contracts, just like most commodities. Which tends to flatten the markets even more.
which is also our best opportunity at making big bux

>> No.19607324

>>19607288
I don't think any of us hold sufficient inventory to deliver on industrial contracts. Unless you mean speculating on derivatives, which is what anon was saying would double prices if we stopped it.

I think the main problem with silver is that miners are perfectly capable of meeting industrial demand without raising prices as things currently stand. So the prices are still fixed by investor psychology more than industrial markets.

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>>19606107
Sweet, I use the stacklet 1800

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>>19602222

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>>19606722
it looks pretty and you can make a phat and precious cock ring out of it in the case platinum will never be higher in value than gold

I have a 1oz Philharmoniker Platinum on order sadly the austrian mint wont deliver until end of June...

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Any of you guys ever buy historic coins from the Royal Mint? Most of them are ludicrously expensive of course, but I kinda want to buy some sixpences and shillings just for fun.

>> No.19608037

Please shill some nice miner stocks

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>>19607959
numismatics are for suckers, anything over 5% premium is for suckers aswell
go buy historic coins of private hands as dealers will milk you like the sucker you are and stay under 5% over spot at all cost
That said a reasonable priced old coin would be pre33 double eagle St. Gaudens, looks fantastic aswell

>> No.19608852

>>19608049
I don’t think any coin collector would sell an old numismatic coin for only spot+5% because at that point it wouldn’t really even be a coin worth keeping for numismatic purposes anyway.

>> No.19608929

>>19608852
coin collectors don't usually sell their collections.
they die and their wives, kids, or grandkids sell the whole lot for pennies on the dollar.

>> No.19609102

>>19608929
Unfortunately true in many cases.

>> No.19609224

>>19609102
it's reaching epic proportions right now.

collectors are dying off or going broke in record numbers in the US. I'm seeing items that normally come up for sale every 5 years on average being sold every couple days. Coins that would normally be worth thousands are going for $100 or less. Nobody's bidding on them because nobody has money to buy and the markets are being flooded by dying boomers.

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45oz silver stacklet here. Got into it maybe a year or 2 back and bought most of it when spot was around $15-16.
Is there a point in waiting for the price to come down to accumulate more?/(per your speculation) Is it going to go down?

I definitely want to buy more but the thought that, with premiums, I'm paying $5+ per oz more than I did before really grinds my dick.
I understand DCA as well, but that wasnt exactly my game starting out.

Also, is there any dealer selling 2020 pandas for less than the cost of a fucking new car in premiums?
>they're my favorite

>> No.19609262

>>19609224
What kinds of coins are you seeing?

>> No.19609305

>>19600821
I am buying because of all the reasons you listed, not a specific one of them.
I dont keep track of the ratio, because I am a poorfag atm and therefore it doesnt really matters, I am thinking more in terms of milestones like "my first tube of silver", "my first Kg silver", "my first ounce of gold". It doesnt matters to me whether I make 5% loss or profit, it matters that I have something which is nice to look at and wont be just paper tomorrow.
I also have no verifier, but I am only buying in trusted shops.
Why are you buying?

>> No.19609404

>>19609262
straight numismatics and exonumia.

niche coins that aren't PM's but sell on collectible value alone.

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>> No.19609508

>>19598762
based as fuck

>> No.19609537

>>19609224
I think numismatic collecting is largely a holdover from the 1990’s. Back when there were huge speculative markets on basically EVERYTHING; Coins, stamps, comics, beanie babies, toys,etc.

People dumped their life’s savings into these things thinking they’d appreciate in value, and they could sell them for a fortune in 30 years and retire.

Well, after the 90’s people had less money to spend on that excessive stuff and the markets shrank way down. Or in some cases, disappeared entirely.

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Got a few of the old coins from the 1940s cheap on eBay. Just for fun, only the thruppences have any silver in them at all actually.

>> No.19609599

>>19609537
Wait, so my holographic Charizard is WORTHLESS?!

>> No.19609605

>>19609537
I think the internet is making a lot of stuff that used to be rarer easier to find.

Coins that are genuinely still rare attract a large premium. But that usually means coins from the 1700s and earlier, unless it’s in exceptionally good condition.

>> No.19609629

>>19609537
yeah, you're right. And ebay did more to kill off those markets than anything else. Used to be you'd have to travel the world searching antique shops and specialty stores to fill out a collection. Nobody had any idea how rare or common a lot of that stuff was. Now we can find pretty much anything online and we can track actual rarity and value based on sales from all over the world. Stamps in particular were hit hard. Ebay made most stamps completely worthless.

Coins may go out the same way. Hard to say how collecting will fare in the future. Collecting US coins is still extremely popular, but they're not rare. Not most of them. A rare US coin still has millions or even tens of millions of examples in private collections. So that market could collapse pretty easily.

>> No.19609675

>>19591614
Sorry senpai, most of the world's gold has been hoarded by the top 0.01% and world governments for thousands of years. You're too late to the party.

>> No.19609757

>>19609599
Funny thing, Pokémon is still a pretty new thing. Even the people who grew up with it are still really only in their late 20’s early 30’s or younger.

Makes me wonder if the trend follows and all this Pokémon cards will still have any value in 30, 40, 50 years. My guess is probably not.

>> No.19609810

>>19600908
I would recommend you buy whatever is cheapest of the well known ones. For me philarmonics are cheaper than the rest so i stack those. When i get a cheap deal on kruegerands or a maple leaf i take those as well. Just make sure you get the"differenzbesteuert" coins if thats a thing in your place when buying silver

>> No.19609895

>>19598762
nice fucking stack for min wage

>> No.19609945

>>19602222
Redpill me on gold nipple teasing

>> No.19610023

>>19606107
Why copper?

>> No.19610561

>>19609810
found the Österreicher

>> No.19610588

>>19600821
>Why do you buy gold?
>Why do you buy silver
I pretend I'm a pirate

>> No.19610760

>>19594450
How many ounces is that approximately fren?

>> No.19610901

>>19610023
Impulse buy.

>> No.19611180

>>19609224
Where?

>> No.19611346

Where I live you get 10 cents for empty cans, 25 cents for empty plastic bottles. I've been collecting all the cans I see on my daily bike commute and turning them in, so far in a month I made 455 dollars this way. Gonna keep doing it until I can buy my first ounce. Then when I made it and am comfy I can tell all my grandkids that that's the first ounce that I transmuted into gold from literal trash.

>> No.19611366

>>19591498
He's the kind of Jew that hates being Jewed by other Jews

>> No.19611413

>>19611346
Fucking based, I used to collect cans as a kid. Your rates are great though. Local place only paid spot price for aluminum cans, big bag of crushed cans would only be worth $5 or $10.

>> No.19611909

>>19611346
I would be a hobo collector for .25/can

>> No.19612336

>>19609305
>Why are you buying?
basically a mix of everything I said.
except for the silver-to-gold trade which I don't really have the logistical means to do.
I'll buy one of those metal verifiers, though.

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is it worth buying something like this?

>> No.19613613

>>19613307
do you live near a beach with a fuckload of clumsy tourists?

>> No.19613642

>>19609224
How do we profit from this?

>> No.19613680

>>19613642
you buy

>> No.19613785

>>19613307
Where are you going to be using it, what sorta ground

>> No.19613820

>>19613307
i doesnt work its a fucking scam
I bought one to grow coins in my back garden and I spent 7 months showering the soil with no results, not even a single gram of metal

>> No.19613984

>>19613680
Where can i go to track numismatic prices over the course of the past decades? For example, is there a website where i can check prices of rares coins worth thousands in the 90's and who are now going for $100 like anon said?

>> No.19614301

>>19613307
that particular detectors not the best, i would go with a Garret AT Gold if you can find one. You need to do a lot of training to be any good with them though.

>> No.19614903

>>19613984
Anon is retarded, no such discount on actual valuable numismatics. Check greysheet or one of the two major grading agency sites (PCGS, NGC). Heritage Auctions and Great Collections also auction off coins (even check ebay) for tens or hundreds of thousands per coin

>> No.19615284

>>19614903
Ok, i thought it was too good to be true, and you confirm my feeling.

>> No.19615309

>>19607959
Being in Australia if you look at around at coin shops you can often pick up bullion grade sovereigns at very close to spot as they have no collecter value. I like them, especially the st George and the dragon design. I'm thinking of selling some of my pre decimal silver to get some more.

>> No.19615461

>>19595427
very based indeed. was the first rounds i got

>> No.19615612

Thank you for posting personal wealth on 4chan.
You're IP has been traced and a squad of niggers has been deployed to steal yo shit.

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>>19615612
>squad of niggers
please come.

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>having plata and no plomo
NGMI, sorry eurobros

>> No.19615852

What is PMG's portfolio allocation between stocks/bonds/real estate/gold/silver/crypto/etc..

>> No.19615882

>>19615852
0/0/80/20/0
own real shit, not "promises'' or debt

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>>19615852
0/0/0/0/100/0/0
Silver or death for me.

>> No.19616002

>>19615882
I hear you on that. I'm just a stacklet getting started with only 150oz silver and .77 oz gold. I do have a mortgage and a stock portfolio worth around 25k. Not sure whether to sell for more PMS or keep throwing the dividends at my mortgage to pay it off sooner while accoomulating PMs on the side.

>> No.19616116

>>19616002
youre off to a good start anon. i never though id be a home owner but i went and did it. im pretty sure its not gonna be a bad decision. got a mortgage on a place next to a park, hospital and a school. keep debating about renting to get more cash flow

>> No.19616587

>>19615800
Great, now I want to make both a pirate chest, AND a conquistador chest full of ugly indio art made of plat and gold.

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Anons, I just got started with silver and I'm still learning everything. One thing I dont understand is the silver to gold ratio. If silver is cheaper, and I guess now it's at a pretty good low, then buy it. Once silver costs more than gold, sell it and buy gold? The ratio will eventually go back down and start again? So silver has more fluctuation in its price, while gold is much more stable from what I've put together. If I have enough money to buy gold, do I even bother with silver?
Pic is my first run of buying silver.

>> No.19616796

>>19616733
If you want to sleep well at night buy gold.

If you want endless stress and hypertension but the possibility of moon shot fifty bagger types of gains buy silver.

>> No.19617439

>>19616796
so if you don't want to play the gold:silver ratio you have no business buying silver?

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