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Phoenix Gang Edition

Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

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

Russian/European coins

Previous thread: >>23473215

>> No.23489621
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First for fuck jannies

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what in the literal fuck... aside from name of edition, of which I tried several, thats what I tried to post...

>> No.23489671

Do not purchase from Russians.

They will fuck you every time.

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Got a whole bunch of crap from granny.
I like the Scrooge McDuck coin ngl

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whos having a comfy saturday? anyone get anything recently? i got some us stockpile generics this week

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I got a whole box of pfennigs somewhere. Check them over as there are some rare ones to be found.

Did she leave anything silver?

>> No.23489738

I posted pics of my sunshines that came in last thread.

>> No.23489745

>he fell for the elaborate russian coin scam
>it was literally the same guy posting his coins on different tables in his house with fake timestamps

>> No.23489750
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How does this happen it was in a capsule all the times

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Which stonks are we buying next week bros?

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I got a tiddy coin, some 1oz silver bars, 2x maples, 100g silver and a 1/25oz gold and a sovereign.

>> No.23489780

I thought gold wasn’t supposed to tarnish? Maybe the Mexicans didn’t make it right

>> No.23489788

Copper, minute amounts reacts in atmosphere, Its unlucky but it happens.

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>> No.23489806

Part of me knew it was too good to be true.

>> No.23489811

Google: gold coin copper spot

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This guy is always shilling Vanstar, I don't trust him but it's an interesting interview


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i managed to cleam it with a toothbrush and soap but it's weird i wonder if it comes back i got a lot of gold coins but it's the only one with that problem too bad it's one of my favorite

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>> No.23489878
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I want 2,000 more Aurcana !!

>> No.23489937
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>lady selling possibly stolen coin collection
>almost all of it canadian silver coins
>buy half for cheap on tuesday
>meet again on friday to buy the rest
>some nigger bought the rest on wednesday or thursday
>approximately 14-20 ounces of silver
>GONE like the wind

>> No.23489950

Red/copper spots happen regardless of whether it was in a capsule or not. You just got unlucky.

>> No.23489980
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50% of something is better than 100% of nothing.

nice cant wait for 2020s

neat, i want a 10oz sunshine bar

>> No.23490000

you got cheap silver stop bitching

>> No.23490074
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Just got back from the flea market. Heres my haul for $325. How'd I do /pmg/?

>> No.23490087

Rumor has it they might not be making 2020 Libertads, the Mexican Mint wants to save its Silver and Gold until the price goes up more.

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Very comfy. After several phone calls, emails, and complaints to regulators finally got an online dealer I was trying out for the first time to actually deliver some silver. Not as nice as what I paid for, but same # of Oz, and unfortunately it would cost more to prosecute them then the difference in price between the bars I paid for vs the aztechs.

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Aurcana, all in with them till something better comes along.

Set up to be 1/4 of first majestic production within the year, even if prices stayed the same, that would justify a 4-5$ share price (CAD)

>> No.23490116

>50% of something is better than 100% of nothing.
That's a good way of putting it. There was a couple AU '67 wolf halves though

Had to complain at least once about it

How much FV did you buy? $18?

>> No.23490134

I'll be investing in Aurcana too, once I get my pay
too good of an opportunity to pass up, though I hope the price doesn't go up too much before that

>> No.23490135

locked and loaded


>> No.23490150

Now we just cross our fingers and hope they can get their production ramped up in schedule

>> No.23490155
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Libertads are a story and a half this year... rumours just abound.

Everything from covid shutting down the plant, to cartels hoarding it all for themselves, to production being limited and kept in Mexico for nationalization.

Going to be a high premium coin if they every get made/released

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This is (mostly) silver. They sell these coins everywhere though, nothing special.
One gold coin in the bottom right.

>> No.23490192

nice estonia coins

>> No.23490193

Some anon posted about $GPL and pan man responded and now that it's on his list, I've allocated 35% of my IRA to it. I don't really plan to sell for at least a year or so. I also took some profits on $EGO and bought the $AG dip. Think that they will blow out earnings and go to $13+ early November.

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Im getting my slavecheck during election week. I'm buying >>23489796 and Impact.

>> No.23490228

Definitely have to look into Great Panther when I get the time & enthusiasm, very promising company from what little I know about them

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Amassing shiny rocks like some greedy kike. Absolute state of PMG

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Really nice assortment you have there anon, lucky guy to have been gifted it, hope you gave your gran a big thank you.

>> No.23490286

>Asuna's internet shop-at-home-tv coin show

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For any anons interested, here is a long list of miners that have been recommended, DYODD of course, some are big risk/reward, but all have potential to a degree.

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Sentiment is pretty bullish on them overall:
the pan man endorsement sealed it for me (plus they just got a new CEO who used to be a miner and seems like new fresh blood).

>> No.23490348

Usury is actually greed. Accumulation of wealth is not.

>> No.23490411

It must have been cold in theexican mint that day. The nipples on mine aren't that sharp.

>> No.23490415
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i really do enjoy laughing at all you pathetic silver stackers. i own a metals recycling company and i’ve been in the mining business for 30 years now. you people are the most pathetic i have seen in a long time. none of you will ever be as successful as me no matter how much worthless silver you have.

>> No.23490426

I like this copypasta.

>> No.23490443

nice larp

>> No.23490456

Definitely good to remind people to do their own research
Of these, I've invested into: SSE (very risky, drilling delayed, dilution likely); BHS (very risky, production pace not picking up, dilution likely); AUMN (medium to high risk, first mine starting up early 2021, second in 2023, financials ok for now)

Will invest into AUN soon, probably will invest into VGLD & DV after that unless something else like GPL takes priority.
I'll have to look at their financials, projects and news. Hype and endorsements are all fine but I want to understand perfectly what kind of investment I'm making. I always make a few pages of Word notes and a summary in .txt. That said, I have a good feeling and image of them already and I think the sentiment is perfectly justified. Need to take a look maybe tomorrow or sometime next week

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>> No.23490481

>SSE (very risky, drilling delayed, dilution likely)
can you go more about this one ? I've just stumbled on it after searching for something to swap out Tinka. I've thought about buying it in January or Febuary.

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the madman does it again

>> No.23490489

$13 in halves, Franklins, 2 Kennedy, and 3 Washington birthday.

$4.25 in Quarters and $4 in Mercs

By my calculations I paid a little over $21/Toz. The guy was closing up to leave cuz it was starting to rain, I basically bought out what he had left on the table. I offered $300 for all of it, he said $350, I countered $325 and he accepted.

Think I did pretty good. Im getting more into junk and fractional after stacking rounds and bars all summer.

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>> No.23490610

morning all! also anything happen with Aurcana other than the financing? I saw a bunch of alerts about it this morning. Also fuck me its cold today all of a sudden out here.

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Sure. SSE is a microcap specialized in exploration, so they'll explore a property and develop projects from an early stage. SSE's main project Pino de Plata was drilling ready for a maiden drilling program until a local landowner made legal complications (he wanted a stake of the project or something, it's likely going to get ruled in SSE's favor but the legal stuff is taking its sweet time). Their geologist has estimated that the property could have 100Moz Ag in there but that's just speculation. They have only taken promising surface samples.
In the meantime, SSE has acquired a 50% stake in a totally unexplored property in Sonora, Mexico. They'll have to pay a few hundred thousand for that at least, and they haven't updated their financials since Q3 2019 (back then their current ratio was 46% and had negative total equity). Their current financial and project-related circumstances don't instill me with confidence, which is why I classify them as a super high-risk investment. On the other hand, if their (unannounced) financials are actually fine and their properties hold great amounts of resources, investors will get great returns.

You could consider looking into their JV partner for the new Jackie project as well as their other El Mezquite project, Colibri Resource. Colibri's financials are much more convincing and their systematic strategy favors investors. You won't get to speculate the Pino de Plata property if you invest into Colibri but other than that, they are like a better version of SSE.

>> No.23490640

Delicious Pasta.

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I bought 5,000 @.0.59 USD, wish I had bought moar, if it dips to around .66 I'm adding

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Morning to you Pan Man! I'd like to ask, did you have the time to take a look at the potential 100m wide ore deposit I asked about in the last thread? The Tocvan Ventures project that they're going to be drilling soon? This one:
What did you think about that? Is it a wait-and-see type of deal or is there actually reason for excitement over this?

>> No.23490691

Yep, you paid $21.15 per ounce, $3.45 under spot

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Has First Majestic announced when they will release Q3 earning?

>> No.23490729

One thing a lot of junior explorers screw up on is they buy up a wide list of properties (say 3-5) begin work on one, than loose focus and switch around to different places. Instead of getting an accurate picture of 1-2 properties that they can than talk up, they end up with a bunch of samples and test results from different places that dont get you anywhere. I am not saying that SSE is doing this, but it happens often.

>> No.23490741

Just look at the 1 year chart lol


>> No.23490750

I count $21.25FV there ($4 in Mercs, $4.25 in quarters, and $13 in halves). If you got that much for 325, you only paid a little bit over 15x, and got a good deal (under spot). If you want a better calculation, you need to tell us how much face you got.

Aside from that, I like that you got the 1982 Washington commemorative halves. Is one proof and the other uncirculated, or are they both uncircs?

I counted the same face, but I only see the two GWs, along with what looks like a 1999-S Delaware state quarter proof.

You wound up getting them for about 15.3x face, or $21.39/ozt, using the $1FV = 0.715ozt constant.

>> No.23490779

that is a very very interesting bit of data they have there. clear cut that there are "pipes" or "conduit" action that will likely carry high gold and silver counts. They had I think 5 targets to drill? Its deep ground too, almost a km and a bit to some of those spots they want to look at. I have it on my desk top its a very interesting read.

>> No.23490854

That definitely seems like what SSE is doing (to me at least). Sure they got unlucky with Pino but maybe they should've focused more on exploring El Mezquito instead of acquiring another 50% stake. They seem very disorganized to me, and they have properties that are just left hanging with no active exploration going on. Colibri is like a day to SSE's night in the sense that they keep selling property interest and they are systematic, active and quick in their exploration. Their news feed is filled with updates from multiple properties from their JV projects. They know what they're doing, and they are decisive about it.
Thank you! I'm totally helpless with the geological stuff and your professional knowledge is golden. Definitely seems like a great opportunity. This too is a property that Colibri first held a stake in by the way, they hold 49% interest now.

>> No.23490871

I picked up some SLV and SILJ because it's been on such a gradual decline over the week and figured I'd try to flip on robinmeme.

>> No.23490891

Question about some of the OTC miner stocks: I can't find them on Robinhood. Would TD Ameritrade let me scoop some up? Been looking for an excuse to move my money over there, this may be it.

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I will look into it. I had tinka but I smell something bad about it, I will just let them out for someone else, need a 10th stock. Here is what I'm currently into.

>Defiance Silver - Mexico - 117 MC (core)
>Impact Silver - Mexico - 121 MC (core)
>Vangold - Mexico - 30 MC (core)
>Silver One - USA - 121 MC (core)
>Dolly Varden - Canada - 89 MC (core)
>Canada silver cobalt - Canada - 59 MC
>Strikepoint Gold - Canada - 30 MC
>Klondike - Canada - 11 MC
>Aurcana Silver - USA - 207 MC

>> No.23490920

>TD Ameritrade
I use it and can confirm that you can purchase otc stocks and penny stocks, though they do charge you.

>> No.23490940

Yea I think SSE needs to assign a lead geo manager for exploration. Someone who will tell the guys on the ground where to focus their efforts. Colibri does seem to have its head on right compared to SSE, I ll need to look more into them and the geology in Mexico more.

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Robinhood is a meme broker, use one like TD Ameritrade to buy the small miners

>> No.23490947

I've been on TD Ameritrade for years and never had a problem finding a stock. You just need to know that most of them are Canadian companies that have different symbols on an American exchange.

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A gold ducat, it is nice holding real wealth

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Yea sorry forgot to include this. Commemorative case and capsule with CA.

>> No.23491119

SSE is just a driller/explorer for now. Quite likely they are sitting on a very large deposit, but as was said, drilling needs to happen to confirm it. They might not have it.

I was in it and sold to realize profits once I hit about 27% in the green, if they get back down to 5-6 cents per share Ill likely buy back in. CEO .com has lots to say about them.

Definitely a risk, but I think not a blind one, the area should have lots of metal, and I think its a high reward play.

Not safe enough for me to make it a huge position like aurcana is, but enough for me to feel comfy throwing some money and waiting for good news.

>> No.23491154

yeah... I thought I was going to stop at 8k shares... I may push it to around 100 k if I can get out of some other investments at a favorable time/level

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>based Sae poster.
WAGMI friend

>> No.23491165

Yeah but Robinhod has a cool app and gives you money.

>> No.23491209
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when I made this chart I deliberately excluded the crowns as I knew they would need a chart of their own. I'll post the draft now. Any criticism please reply and I'll adjust it

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If you're looking for microcaps, I can fairly confidently recommend Colibri then. Another fairly speculative play I want to encourage people to look at is Summa Silver. They have a property in Tonopah, Nevada with a drilling program on the way currently, they're drilling near an old mine that stopped producing when silver prices went down. Their shareholdings are super centralized and seem very interesting. They also practically reached out to me to ask questions when I subscribed to their newsletter, and earlier this week I actually did. Looking forward to getting a reply, that would possibly seal the deal for me!

However if you're looking for a less risky investment, why not invest in something like PGM or AUMN? They are both near term gold producers. PGM has a promising project and great exploration potential for further increase to resources as well as excellent near-term financials and passable debt-to-equity ratio, and AUMN is a little riskier -- they are trying to begin production at their Romeo project Q1 2021 and after the short-term, 2y project has run its course they will try to begin production at their Velardena property in 2023, which will be a project with at least 10 years life of mine. A little risky because starting up a mine and maintaining production holds its fair share of risks but a good risk-conscious investment in my opinion. I'd also recommend Gowest Gold but their near-term financials aren't convincing, their current ratio is about 9% (June). They are ramping up their Bradshaw property aggressively to try and begin production in 2021 and their property holds massive potential for many other gold mines but I'm concerned they won't be able to get a stable cash flow in time to pay for the liabilities -- will have to wait for a new financial statement before investing.
If only the Pino project got back on track. Oh well, will have to wait and see

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next one will be Georgian to Victorian crowns

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>> No.23491348

What's it like holding Nazi silver anons?

>> No.23491358

Was that in the $325 lot too?

>> No.23491434

I will just trust you on this one with Colibri, I was looking for a 10th stock to complete my list and a penny stock is fine with me, my other pick are pretty strong so I dont mind a second Klondike. Thanks based small caps anon.

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>Another fairly speculative play I want to encourage people to look at is Summa Silver. They have a property in Tonopah, Nevada with a drilling program on the way currently, they're drilling near an old mine that stopped producing when silver prices went down.
Alright mixed myself up. Correction: They stopped production because the veins were offset by the fault zone and got lost, so they didn't find any more to mine and had to close down. I'll add that they have a lot of ground that is totally unexplored and their current drilling program is 7,500m long. Historical grades over 1,200AgEq (GSR 1:80). Excellent financials too -- little to no debt, current ratio 2878%(!), and they even have $5M in cash left over even after beginning the drilling program (as of May, 2020). Current highlight is 2.5m @ 3,760g/t Ag drill sample and they are expanding their maiden drilling program (14 Oct 2020)
Don't take my word for it, do your own research

>> No.23491514

Physically? No different from other circulated coins I have. Mentally? It always gives me a giddy feeling that doesn't seem to pass with age. Honestly, I want to collect all coins from that era. I'm pissed that I missed my chance to buy the American ones under spot when littleton had that sale. Shit sold out quick.

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Its amazing. You can feel the spirit of uncle Adolf filling your soul with hope.

>> No.23491594

Is this the new slv strategy? First it was paper vs physical, then Jew vs Nazi, now he is leveraging the boomer condescension vs millenial/zoomer divide. He changes every time mods start doing their job and deleting his retardation

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shut up he's based

>> No.23491646

And that throws calculations off. You got at just slightly under 15x, for a $20.89/ozt end price.

>> No.23491651
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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire Canadian armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of Canada and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.

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tfw you bring out your microstack and it's so unimpressive you don't even take a picture of it

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>> No.23491689

How many ounces anon? My ex gf told me size doesn't matter

>> No.23491712

25 sil, 0.5 gold

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Its ok anon, get some nice pics and be creative, we were all stacklets at some point

>> No.23491728

I love injective protocol's strategy to tackle scaling limits which is a challenge when it comes to Decentralized Exchange. What they did to solve that, was creating an interoperable Ecosystem

>> No.23491827
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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you crypto cuck? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in /pmg/ Boating Club, and I've been involved in numerous junk silver purchases, and I have over 300 confirmed ounces. I am trained in the mining sector and I'm the top panner in the entire Canadian jurisdiction. You are nothing to me but just another sheep. I will keep stacking with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with shilling that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of mining & macroeconomy insiders across the USA and the price of PM's is going up right now so you better prepare for the hyper-inflation, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking financially ruined, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can stack gold and silver in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in the glorious art of stacking, but I have access to the entire Sprott mining stock portfolio and I will use it to its full extent to secure my financial stability in the coming bull market, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution society's rampant debt leveraging was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have invested in fucking precious metals. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. The Fed will print money all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking ruined, kiddo.

>> No.23491871

Ive had a good relationship with this seller and with the weather getting worse I think I caught him at the perfect time where he had a slow day to begin with, and rather than pack up and end the day with not making much money he took a chance to unload a lot and get some cash.

He's been stacking a long time so Im sure even selling under current spot he made a tidy profit because most of his inventory was probably acquired when silver was <$10/oz.

>> No.23491892

How does $25k sound?

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What do you guys think? I’m currently down 10% and it ducks cock but after doing more research I’ve come to the conclusion that these are better miners. Should I eat the loss on a Green Day?

Thinking my best strat is waiting for s Green Day where I can hopefully sell at a 4-5% loss instead. What do you guys think?

>> No.23491956

you're making it kind of hard to help when I have to rotate my head 90 degrees just to read your image anon. I don't know all of those companies but I can vouch for Aurcana, and Dolly Varden is promising. Why keep Bayhorse though? They're having problems with production and their financials are in a bad shape, they'll probably have to dilute

>> No.23491988

Hello /PM chads
Do you think gold will moon?
Thinking in dropping 2-3k rn

>> No.23491997

Gold will preserve its value.

>> No.23492016

Sorry phone posting. You think they’ll have to dilute? If you’re not familiar with any companies on that except aurcana bayhorse and Dolley varden...well then.

>> No.23492023

Sounds like a lot.

>> No.23492035

That's it. Pretty thing

>> No.23492076

What, are many of the others going to dilute too? But yeah I do think that BHS will dilute. They can't keep up with their production schedule, they haven't been successful in ramping it up. I haven't had the time to research companies too much, I've only gone through like a dozen so far, with at least fifty more to go through, and more keep getting into my backlog. It takes a lot of time and is kind of mentally draining so I'll just do what I can when I have the energy

>> No.23492107

Yeah I flipped like 20 bucks. Not really worth it , but with the predictable way silver spot goes up and down, it's like seeing a 20 dollar bill months ground and picking it up. I suppose this precisely what the banks do with futures contracts except have enough shares to manipulate the market in their favor

>> No.23492119

What are you talking about, i was one of the first to order from oldsilver and it arrived fine why be an asshole and lie

>> No.23492191

t. Russian scammer

>> No.23492211

I have the same set from based nik

>> No.23492245

I'm no expert but lots of people like heclai for some reason. It's a silver play but unlike impact , they have a lot or industrial metal as well, so their company doesn't take such a hit just in the event silver price falls a bit. Of course it's no microcap and a safer play instead of risk/reward

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Is the premium worth it?

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Also phoenix holder reporting

>> No.23492290

Also I heard people online comments section bitching about ccw management and CEO saying he is untrustworthy, not sure myself but a few people did not like him

>> No.23492314

I love the ox, wish I just started stacking so I could have money to throw at that one

>> No.23492315

wonderful stack anon, don't you regret that 1kg Ag bar a bit though? Might be kind of difficult to liquidate no?

>> No.23492384

Those are never sell bars

>> No.23492386

You buy a 1kg bar to hedge against a time in which you and your buddy melt it down into your own coinage post apocalypse.

>> No.23492398

Aha, so you can melt it down into smaller pieces gotcha

>> No.23492435

low premiums for a bar that large and when silver moons there won’t be any trouble selling it

>> No.23492454

If you say so. I'd still rather have smaller portions but with a stack that large I guess it's of no consequence either way. My tiny 100oz Ag stack is more dependent on liquidity

>> No.23492458

Yeah Hecla is a decent company. They mine 1/3 of the silver thats prouced in the US(but the US doesn't produce much silver relatively). They're solid, but I'm trying to increase my leverage.

Perhaps if I had 40,000 to play around with, then it might be worth adding in some solid medium and large caps, but with 6500 I've gotta swing for the fences

also i've got 340ozt of AG and .75 oz of AU, so I'm really trying to increase my beta with these stocks

>> No.23492578

Trade carefully, a lot of them are not very liquid and MARKET orders will be cancelled by TD.

>> No.23492600

1. learn to rotate
2. wait till after shares get diluted (or threat of dilution is mitigated) if you must go into BHS in my humble opinion.

>> No.23492631

you think they'll need more cash because they picked up the new gold project or why?

>> No.23492662

You can buy nearly anything, but the $6.95 fee per OTC transaction gets expensive over time.

>> No.23492679

>you think they'll need more cash because they picked up the new gold project
more liabilities, less short term assets, plus their current struggling silver mine

>> No.23492700

>ask guy for old coins
>starts to get standoffish for no reason
>sends me pics of his stack
Awaiting boomer seethe

>> No.23492714
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Pic related

>> No.23492735

How is that standoffish?

>> No.23492877

>i have lots of coins i'm not willing to sell until the price doubles
>thank you for your time
>dumps pics
Kek, i mean why else would he dump pics of his stack he's not willing to sell?

>> No.23492895

yfw he is also on pmg

>> No.23492931

Maybe not standoffish, just showing off?

>> No.23492980

Kek I wouldn't doubt it. PAN MAN's from BC and Vancouver (where i live) is one of the mining capitals of the world

If you're reading this thread let me see your stack irl

>> No.23493084

>I know what I got
>no low-ballers
>no silver lickers

>> No.23493089

The pics posted honestly look familiar.

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is ok fren. we all started somewhere.

>> No.23493254
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trying to make a silver fort

>> No.23493426
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Shame he couldn't handle his prophets

>> No.23493478

Dude this is just a funny pasta someone first posted. Hell another anon made the logo in my post to go along with it, it’s just a joke unlike those “Daily reminder Hitlee is bad” pastas

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>> No.23493510

That’s like a $300 premium right? It’s honestly a lot better than quarter and half eagles, I say if you want it then go ahead and eat the premium

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this. my sources indicate this is the correct evaluation

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>Shame he couldn't handle his prophets

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>> No.23494003

We have basically the same portfolio but are you in klondike silver or klondike gold?!?!

>> No.23494051
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LEWD we can see up yuki's skirt anon!

This is a blue board and some of us are on no fap, reported!

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>one week until November
This year I'll make it for sure

>> No.23494602

I think most charge for penny stocks and a fractional per share commission adds up faster...

>> No.23494612

Hey, that's not a bad stack, fren! You have more gold than I do, for instance. So your 'little' half ounce of gold is about the same as about 38.6 ounces of silver.

I don't have the money coming in to allow me to start stacking gold at any reasonable rate as it goes up, but I'm securing my place on the silver rocket in a safe, consistent way before it departs.

I'm content to acquire what I can, and the only thing I wish I could do is be able to buy more for my stack. There's plenty of silver and gold out there to pick up, so I have no need to be jealous of another's larger stack or their pace. Conversely, I see no reason to deride a fellow forward-thinker for having a smaller stack or being unable to add to it at a slower rate than myself.

We might not be the new 0.0001%, but anyone seriously stacking is already in the top 4-5% when the whole fiat scheme finally shits itself. That's something we can all celebrate here.

>> No.23494760

when do you think the scheme will end?

>> No.23494826

Terrible: I find a stash of loose change in the truck today, go through it and got real excited over some quarters, until I saw 1965 :(

>> No.23494964
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I used Ally Invest to buy Aurcana, Impact and PureGold and they charged a $50 fee on each purchase. I wouldn't have bought there, but they gave me a $200 bonus for depositing 25k in a promo and I was in a hurry and my money was there so I said fuck it

>> No.23494985

i am on my phone, has Puregold released anything recently? Its that time of the year companies start releasing info.

>> No.23495023

That, I don't know. What I do know is that prices are going up, wages aren't keeping pace, currency is being printed at an insane rate, and none of that is good for a country whose fiat debt is going up faster and faster. The USD is currently a depreciating 'asset' (negative real interest rates), and I can just tell that keeping only as much fiat as you need on-hand and locking the majority of the rest of your spending power in a form that has been considered real money since the beginnings of written history is the wise move.

Personally, I hope it's a nice slow death because that lets me get as much of that value converted as possible. Difficult to be able to stack quickly on just a couple Jacksons a week, after all.

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haven't seen a new release, but there has been a lot of positive chatter on ceo.ca about PureGold in the last few days, could be coming

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Decided to join my Nazi brothers this evening...

>> No.23495174

But did you at least find some copper pennies? That’s what keeps me going when I hunt through change, I know I’ll probably never get silver but the copper is a small victory

>> No.23495195

Get some from our russian sourse for ww2 silver anon. We managed to verify it with known anons here.
We have several key dates to expect a potental crash. 1. A contested us election. 2. End of 2021 when every continent will go to their own interest system instead of libor. 3. CBDC's in 2023-2024 for the USA. Anywhere in the mean time are either spooks or black swan event. Just make sure you take advantage of over bought people during these periods.

>> No.23495234

Will do, thanks fren

>> No.23495305

Anyone got any info on metallic minerals?

>> No.23495366

they have ground in the Keno City area ear the Alexco silver properties as well as a few other properties scattered across the Yukon and Colorado. I know the territory they have near Keno City fairly well, its gold and silver country for sure. I havent looked at their drilling results recently though.

>> No.23495374

For realistically finding silver 'in the wild', you want to be able to have at least $500 in currency and a bank to get half dollar boxes from. It's no guarantee, but helping to move coins between armored car companies can get to silver that zombies have turned in for face value. I did this myself for a while, and found about a roll ($10 FV) of 90% Kennedys, as well as about 3 rolls of 40% Kennedy halves.

You can also start trolling the green Coinstar machines in grocery stores and Walmart. Look in the little cup at knee height and swipe anything in there. Those are configured for fiat coins, so silver gets rejected. Sometimes people leave them, along with any ('worthless') foreign coins in the cup. Some others will just walk away from plain old change you can put towards buying more silver. I wageslave at a place with a machine, and just in 2020 so far, I've already picked up over $5 FV in less-than-face 90% silver, just from checking the machine and some clueless person spending a bunch of silver coins and being there at the right time to buy it out of the register.

Neither of these methods should be considered anything more than treasure hunting and a hobby, but they result in the cheapest of the cheapies as you can get.

>> No.23495429

I actually did find four of them, so not a total loss. There is some fun in it I have to admit. Part me thinks next time I go to the car wash to take a stack of $5 bills and just fish quarters out, pluck out what I can, take the bag to the bank for more $5 bills, repeat every time I wash my truck

>> No.23495449

They announce 11/05/2020.

>> No.23495529

Don't, please. That's a dick move to the car wash owner. Just get them from the bank directly instead and turn them in at another.

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>End of 2021 when every continent will go to their own interest system instead of libor
I believe that"s already happening, but they're just switching from LIBOR to SOFR. The US just switched over the last weekend, and the rest of the world will be phasing LIBOR out over the coming months. By the end of 2021 I think everyone will have switched. Not sure how or if it will affect our shiny stuff or the dollar. Maybe anons who know more than I do can weigh in...


>> No.23495674

It is swaps (aka derivative market 1st). The fed is hoping that they can reign in derivatives (which they can not due to the euro dollar system & the shadow banking system at play) to allow the forced switch in actual loans and all in 2021 to happen without people realizing it was going on. The forced switch will have people's loans be a bit smaller pre transition, but it will be based on the repo market.

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Thanks! I think there's a shot earnings will be yuge and we'll see a bump in the stock price maybe near $12 USD

>> No.23495770
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Not sure whether these are sterling or not. Will do my research on it. "Arrowsmith 4 1/8" 847g."

Any knowledge welcome on it

>> No.23495780

Has silver miner anon been posting lately? Miss his economic insights.

>> No.23495809
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Yes, pan man posted for this quarter.

>> No.23495919

Thank you, I respect Pan Man and enjoy his contributions, but I’m actually referring to another anon who discusses small cap silver mining stocks and the inner workings of the economy. Always interesting conversation when he’s posting.

>> No.23495920

Which silver miner anon?

>> No.23495971

I'm expecting it to. When it dipped to the 9s or so, I added another 300 to my IRA. It's way undervalued and the mexican government fud is weak. Their last ER was pretty decent, but IIRC they sold some of their reserves to have cash on hand. I think they've probably held on to more now. It's easily $12 a share. I reckon we'll push 14-15 after ER.

>> No.23495979

checked and based tiddy libertad, where did you find it? All the sites I check have them sold out

>> No.23495986

he said he left. with all due respect to the mining stock anon (who is great), PAN MAN is just as good because he helps out on the DD from being inside the industry.

>> No.23495999

Go to an lcs anon. I found one there.

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Thanks fren, good info!

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Np fren

>> No.23496131

ah i ll miss that guy he was good at reading the financial / corporate side of these companies.

>> No.23496199
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smart to add, I increased to 700 shares @$10.87 avg, not too bad. Their production of 5.2M Silver Eqv. Oz times say $26 would be roughly 135M for Q3, that's pretty big right?

>> No.23496201
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How much do you think this candlestick weighs and is $35 too much for it? Birmingham solid sterling

>> No.23496233

I asked this question last bread but didn’t get a response. How often are the Belgian 5 francs coins faked? Would I be safe buying one off eBay?

>> No.23496283

>silver lickers

>> No.23496299

Buy one from a seller who has high positive reviews that aren't obvious fake reviews

>> No.23496312

yeah, I reckon he'll come back during the real bull run, kek.
checked. yeah Keith (their CEO) seems to want to play this bull market very offensively, which I'll be looking forward to. they also have a retail store on their site, which not many other miners I know of do so you can stack $AG coins, and that's additional (retail) revenue.

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almost time for MAGA 2.0

>> No.23496655

Are you that certain?

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>> No.23496833

It is just a feel from yukari-anon. I am just curious about the dip post election and post vaccine in silver.

>> No.23496879

rhymes with "tire-kickers"
and smooth brains probably lick their silver to "taste-test" it for purity

>> No.23496922

watch yourselves lads, either way the US elections going to spawn new levels of salt not thought possible.

>> No.23496950

True. It could also be violent for a month or so.

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I am thinking at least a month of true violence than sporadic upsurges again through the year. Its going to be a doozy.

>> No.23497014

Remember to get out of leaf land once Prime Black face enacts ccp control.

>> No.23497015

Once I reach 100oz Ag, I'm gonna buy me some gold. I like sovereigns a lot, as they're affordable at my budget of 250/twice a month. Any other gold coins/rounds that I could reasonably stack at my poorfag budget?

>> No.23497068

Get 1/100 gold or 1/10 oz gold if you can not afford gold at 1/10th.

>> No.23497218

>1/100 gold
I think that’s just comically small and a 5 gram bar would be a much better starter option for most people

>> No.23497228

once the election is officially called shits going to hit the fan for about month hopefully the holidays calm everyone down but I highly doubt it if they keep everything still locked down. if anything a few months of no stop shit fest then a calm moment and I agree that will see sporadic surges that will just dissipate over time.

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Some of the coins on this list or fractions of them are typically pretty affordable, especially the LMU 20 unit coins.

>> No.23497306

Yeah, but he might want to buy some more silver on top of gold as a poorstacklet.
Most defiantly.

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>a legit happening

>> No.23497365

There is no need for that anon. They know it will happen.

>> No.23497397

fake coin

>> No.23497443

Where do you find him?

>> No.23497464

Thanks for the list anon. I would add the Mexican 2,5, and 10 peso to that list as well!
I'm assuming you meant get 1/100th(comically small) or 1/10th if I cannot get 1/4th.
Probably will get either this or a coin.
I will definitely be continuing to buy silver until I die anon. I'm certain we all will.

>> No.23497518

He came to pmg, and some anon bought his stuff. We then had florida anon, and asuna anon buy some. They then set pics of it with some screenshots. Check archives for it.

>> No.23497532

sovereigns are a good choice for fractional gold

>> No.23497565

They're fractionals of the Centenario, I guess I should add a footnote explaining that I only listed the most well known denomination and that proportionally sized fractionals and multiples exist.
I think there's one other Austrian coin that I forgot to list on there as well.

>> No.23497593

There’s a 20 corona coin too right?

>> No.23497608
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Anyone else stacking them old leafs (well they don’t literally have leafs on them actually)?

I’m getting my first Canadian silver dollars in a few days and I’m pretty excited. The design is nice, the Queen was younger and prettier then which is always a plus, and they seem like a good size/silverweight to collect. They’re like the Peace Dollar’s mini and newer frens.

>> No.23497657

between this and the assholes in Seattle marking peoples homes for destruction were in for one hell of a mess.

>> No.23497670

I have about 20 of these but they arent silver, there nickel. I got them at a yard sale for cheap, I thought I made a good score, but no they were all nickel instead of silver.

>> No.23497684

Yes. There's even re-strikes of them.

>> No.23497698

Normally after a while everyone gets over their electoral loss and moves on with their life but now with the economy in tatters there are way too many people with too much free time.

And the problem is, these people are normies, they’re not just going to bitch on the Internet, they will talk to their IRL friends about how pissed off and JUSTed they feel about everything, and at least some of them are sure to get together and actually act (up) on their feels.

It’s gonna be wild.

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Y'all should be prepping already. Not to change subjects, but if violence is possible you need to have food, water, batteries, blabla like a hurricane is coming. I have bugout bags and a few plans already should Seattle get stupid.

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Here's the updated version. The weight I put for the 5 rouble on the old one was wrong, I replaced with the Chervonets with the accurate weight. I also added the Austrian 100 schilling.

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Repost per request. Happy weekend stacking anons. Consider real filters. March was a dry run. We might see the real deal this "dark winter".

>> No.23497781

Were they 1968 or later? That’s when Canada debased everything

>> No.23497790

Are the Nickel Canadian Dollars still legal tender?
I bought a bunch of them at $12/ozt. earlier this year, probably the best purchase I've ever made.

>> No.23497791

Anons, Lynnette posted the links of when the swaps will hit the marker. It will be January 25th. https://youtu.be/nTv1-uIisAY.
Going to bed. Stack post election. Especially depending upon what happens at the beginning of January.

>> No.23497825

Oh shit you’re the anon that made all these? Thanks bro

>> No.23497844

Apparently, pretty much all old Canadian money is still legal tender. Even the old Newfoundland notes and coins still are.

>> No.23497892

January (after the 15th) I think some crazy shit will happen with the markets. Lots of options expiring that day from the last capitulation event.

>> No.23497896

I wouldn't say a legit happening just a nationwide roof korean scenario

>> No.23497898

I have 8 of these. Pre-1967 are 80% silver, each are 23.3 grams in total weight.
Pretty good coins.
Those had to have been post 1967

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>> No.23497989
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I only made three of them (Gold Purities, Junk Equivalencies and Devaluation Years). They've come in handy a lot at the LCS and browsing Ebay.
Interesting, my LCS is selling a few of the Nickel ones at 50 cents a piece. I might be able to make a slight profit on them if I can find someplace that will exchange them for USD.

>> No.23498043

there all 1969 and 70 versions. Was really sad when I realized they werent silver.
believe me when I say this, I am ready to go at the drop of a hat.

>> No.23498125

Should I take a 200 dollar loss on bayhorse so i can get into aurcana. I have 10k shares bayhorse and I'll dump about 8k to put that all on aurcana and take about a $150 loss in the process. I dont have any cash available and this is the only way I could do it.

>> No.23498152

I'm from Seattle area, my family is leaving the night before the election, only I will be there immediately after. you can be assured Seattle is not gonna be happy either way.

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patience usually pays off, do you have any other stonks?

>> No.23498258

I would.. Aurcana is going to do a lot better a lot faster imo

>> No.23498545

Best sized gold to buy? My main points of consideration is ease of resell/trade and recognizability, all I stack for silver is ASEs and Junk Silver if that gives you any idea of what I mean

>> No.23498575

what happened to the net short positions on metals by the banks?

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any year gold eagle 1oz or austrian 100 kor

>> No.23498904

On this note, what are the legal requirements for stamping weighted sterling as actually being weighted? I found some candlesticks that just say sterling but I can't find information as to whether they're weighted or not

>> No.23498913

>nigger coins
nobody will buy these. no normal coin buyer/collector wants this propaganda garbage its basically a symbol to memorialize the globalist socialists destruction of america
The federal reserve will have to buy them by the millions just to make it look like someone actually wants them and its not just another govt fuck up retard decision

>> No.23498944

The coin in the picture is from Liberia, which is full of them.
The real diversity bullshit is that gold nigger liberty coin the US mint put out in 2017.

>> No.23498959

>The real diversity bullshit is that gold nigger liberty coin the US mint put out in 2017.
Tell me you’re joking

>> No.23498987

its hideous all around

>> No.23499001

Holy shit that is nasty

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Those were actually made for circulation in Liberia back in the 60s. Liberia is such a filthy place that it's almost impossible to find examples of these coins that aren't horribly worn and tarnished. They were only used for Five Years before the currency was debased and yet all of them are in worse shape than Merc Dimes that spent 25 years in circulation. It's a good example of what happens when you give nice things to Joggers.

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Ironically, Liberia along with the Congolese and Rwandan governments actually make an effort to produce (or at least, contract the production of) coins collectors actually want, because they know that otherwise no one will buy them.

On the other hand, the US mint has clearly decided they can flog anything they want at any price they want, and the public will just take it because ‘Murica.

>> No.23499162

They're so ugly and unpopular that the Mint is still trying to unload them three years out.

>> No.23499199

How often are Swiss coins faked?
The chinks fake a lot of American coins, but what about smaller international shit?

>> No.23499208

Corona are good, AGE are awesome, but the standard world wide is still Sovereigns.

>> No.23499222

I loved the Rwandan year of the Rat coinage. It looks really damn good.

>> No.23499262

Perhaps even more ironically, the production of the original Liberian Silver coins were contracted out to the US Mint.

>> No.23499303

That doesn’t surprise me. From what I gather, Liberia relied on the US to make basically all advanced manufactured goods it couldn’t supply itself. If you ever watch videos of Liberia in the decades after the war, all the cars, brands etc. are not just disproportionately but overwhelmingly American.

>> No.23499354

If the Peace Dollar commemoratives are nice, and not extortionately expensive, I will forgive the US mint for their recent run of shenanigans (shitty coins no one wants, charging $105 for proof sets and $60+ for numismatic ASEs etc.). I wouldn’t bet on it though.

I shouldn’t be too hard on them really: the 5oz quarters were cool, I liked the American Innovation series, and the proof sets USED TO be nice and affordable. They just have really dropped the ball a bit lately, and it’s very noticeable when you compare prices from the Royal Mint (which to be fair also overcharges even more on their numismatic items: but at least their billion coins are cheap and cheerful).

I just wish the US mint would have a few solid, affordable items in stock all the time. Surely that’s not too much to ask?

>> No.23499392

I mentioned it in an earlier thread, I got a proof set from them that had water breach the packaging in a flood. The US mint is a complete joke at this point.

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I believe that's also true for Haiti to some extent too. The US made all of their coins from 1900 to sometime in the 80s, not one bit of Silver though. They even made ones with Baby Doc on them.

>> No.23499442

just copped some silver coins from liberia actually. this set has mostly first ladies on them. there's a george w bush one tho and reagan and hilary clinton. theyre absolutely hideous and i love them.

>> No.23499446

I guarantee the Peace and Morgan Dollar Restrikes will cost more than uncirculated Morgan and Peace Dollars already on the market. The US Mint's numismatic coins have been a joke for years. At this point I'm almost willing to believe it's intentional to keep people from getting into Gold and Silver.

>> No.23499479

i bought it at degussa (europe) last year
tho i stopped staking got too much money in it

>> No.23499512

yes anon buy high sell low

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Are you BIGOTS telling me you’d rather own a coin with the beautiful artwork of Augustus Saint Gaudens than a culturally enriching independent Nubian future doctor and lawyer queen?!?!?!

>> No.23499751

I'm thinking about buying one. Someday when this country has collapsed, and all the race wars and civil wars are finished, I can show my grandson this and explain that I grew up in a country where we not only lived with different races, but had to pretend to worship them or we could be fired from our jobs and hunted by antifascists. the youngins will be shocked by this.

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>> No.23500020

Shime has an order otw too. Will post pics when package arrives

>> No.23500295

here's to all those preppers who say you can't eat gold

56:09 - https://youtu.be/xEX1_7THgfg

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Alright fags I have a question. I have 4oz + 20g AU and am gonna branch to Ag - should I into bullion or rounds? Bullion being 1kg bars or rounds by the 20. I feel like rounds are a meme.

>> No.23500670

rounds / coins are easier to use, ingots are for heavy long term stacking.

>> No.23500701

Hmmm. So I'm leaning more towards cast then. I have more than enough "other metals" to barter for things should things reeeeeally go south and the premium for rounds in my country is a joke no matter who you buy from.

>> No.23500842

That or the fact they're so broke that they only minted between 1.2 million and 2.2 million of each denomination (10, 25, 50 cents and 1 dollar) over two years.

Still doesn't disprove that joggers ruin whatever they touch, but might explain the heavier circulation a bit.

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you think that's bad...

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I'll stick to the only 2020 coin of value.

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I'm honestly thinking of buying this Liberian Nigel Mansell gold coin. its so bad its good

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nice, its been nice to see your hand fill up. how often are you buying? I made this chart a while on sovereigns you might find it useful. I hope one day I'll have every full sovereign from 1902-2002. My advice would be to buy minty 5th portrait sovereigns, you wont get anything before 2017 and they will be cheaper than what you will be paying for new 20s. Odds are if you had done that from the start you could have had one of every 5th portrait.

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Yes I liked them so much I bought another tube of 20 over last weekend's MM sale. Now I've got 40 total, will probably leave it at that

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Good chart. I have my 6th arriving next week and am buying a minimum of 2 x per month. I also have a couple of 1oz bars and 5g of misc gold.

>> No.23501802

Got around 40oz of gold and 800oz of silver. When moon?

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Monday check em

>> No.23501896

Is that 1oz or is that 1/2oz?

>> No.23501907

>40oz of gold
Did you buy these at $350 in like 2004 - 2008?
Moon? 2023 if Trump wins

>> No.23502156

Did some calcarations and I have about 55 ounces of silver and 0.25 ounces of gold. Should I increase my silver or gold next?

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Doesnt matter that is not enough to make it anyways, you need 10oz of gold and 1000oz of silver

>> No.23502348

i just realised you literally cant lose with PM's

price goes up, you win
price goes down, you get more cheaper, and then you win


>> No.23502363

36.6gr fine gold

>> No.23502427

Gold is less risky and cheaper to store. Silver could give you bigger returns. In your case I would increase gold holdings.
What kind of answer is that?

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>> No.23502722

Why did the founding fathers create the Federal Reserve?

>> No.23502888

To fund major infrastructure projects that would deliver prosperity to the commons.

>> No.23503107

Its hard to not buy a 5oz Scottsdale stacker.
However I know by the end of the month I can buy one of their kilos. Patience.

>> No.23503135

to give the jews all the money/power*

>> No.23503147

Thanks fren

>> No.23503170

Anybody grow weed, sell it, and convert the profits into gold? Is it like growing gold?

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Silver of course ... I will also put Golden mineral as my 10th and final stock, they are safe and cheap.
indeed brother. I'm doing a rerun on P3 with pcsx2, so good. Cant wait for Nier replicant next March.

>> No.23503251

Stop. Read more.

>> No.23503263

Please, Federal Reserve is only a hundred years old

>> No.23503346

no, it's jews lol. it's almost always jews when something comes into being that is bad for the white middle class.

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>> No.23503770

Who’s baking?

>> No.23504050

Anyone have any good recent news articles on silver/gold?

>> No.23504123

>rounds are a meme
>buys cast
Bruh just get coins during a dip(LIKE RIGHT now) and get rounds if you was stack while it’s not dipping

>> No.23504255

post stack

>> No.23504278

My view on this is is dependant on the US election
I have seen the chinks stationed in BC, apparentloy their are chink forces in queerbec, moosejaw and other places across the border.
If MAGA Trump gets in the chinks will attack US and push destabilization with the rest of the chink/cabal coalition
If kiddie sniffer gets in the chink forces are here to put us in the holocough camps they have all over cucknada

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morning pmg
coffee times

>> No.23504314

Decided against Colibri after all eh? Do consider PGM before taking a position on AUMN, I'm very excited about them and have been thinking of adding to my position when I first get a chance to invest into Aurcana

>> No.23504348

New thread

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no, I searched a bit about Colibri, was pretty hyped about it. Typed Colibri in Degiro and found absolutely nothing. PGM and AUMN are both good but PGM is 3 times the cost of AUMN, that was the deciding factor.

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Ah, I see they're not on there. Not an issue to me because I planned to use another broker for them anyways, too much of a penny stock to buy on Degiro because of the fees per share. You could still email Degiro and ask them to add the company to their catalogue, and they might add it considering they also have Silver Spruce in there.
>PGM and AUMN are both good but PGM is 3 times the cost of AUMN, that was the deciding factor.
I see your reasoning on PGM & AUMN but let's do some math and see if that's really the case.
PGM's price is C$2.30 (US$1.75), with about 400M issued & outstanding shares. AUMN's price is US$0.45, with about 150M issued & outstanding shares. With this data, as well as the total shareholder equity found in their financial statements, we can calculate both the book value as well as P/B (price-to-book) ratio of both of these companies' shares. I'll skip the calculations here to save time (you may do them yourself to check if I'm right or wrong) but the end result is that PGM's P/B is only ~12.2x while AUMN's P/B is ~12.4x. So they are similarly priced when only looking at the share price compared to the amount of issued shares. So what you should really be looking at in this case is their projected future cash flow and projects.

So in a sense that's not a bad choice because they are similarly priced (discounting that you'll have to pay fees per share with Degiro) but it would be more important to see what the respective companies are offering and which projects you think would end up being more profitable in the future. One argument in your favor would also be that the psychological factor favors AUMN, because it's easier for the price to go over $1 than over $3 or $4 in my opinion at least.
Disclaimer: I own both AUMN & PGM (400 & 100 shares respectively) and I'm not a professional or anything, just throwing shit at the wall and seeing what sticks

>> No.23504752

thanks for all these informations. That's the kind of post i'm looking for coming here. I'll probably keep AUMN since I can only put 1k per month so it's hard justifying PGM share price taking in account your post.

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Thank you. It's fun to think like this, I've learnt so much about markets, mining and financial stuff the past two months since I started investing. I wish I had the luxury of putting aside a thousand euros a month but sadly I'm a poorfag whose about to go study next year anyways if I manage to get into a school that is

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Funny you say this since I can only put 1k per month into stocks as a french poor wageslave.

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Finland has brutal taxes. Will have to increase my tax level too because I've been working overtime so much. Even though I now make over 3k€ gross per month, about a fourth of it goes straight to the state and that still leaves living expenses like insurance, gas, food, mortgage (+payments to my condominium) and the bills. And I still want to invest only a fourth or fifth of my net profits -- about 300-350€ every two weeks-- and I can only barely keep my bank account balance in a positive state each month. It's a question of principles to keep the balance green so that I won't start spending/investing unsustainably

>> No.23505156

Yeah i have about 13 other posistions but I dont have any cash and i am over exposed to butthorse.

>> No.23505286

Ouch. I hope they somehow rise over 0.15 again so I can short them in favor of a better investment. Just way too risky and slow atm

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