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Walking through JPM's red line dipping Edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

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

>Russian/European coins

>Relevant information regarding mining companies

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For uranium bros

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fuck jannies

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>OP picrel
What gains can I expect by investing in an anime figure?

>> No.25529913

Were any of you invested in miners during the last bull market of the mid- to late-2000’s? Would love to hear some stories, successes, failures, lessons learned, etc.

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I dream of a day KXPLF is worth 1$

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Invest in pepes fren. Anime waifus very overbought

>> No.25529968

Finally GPL and Aurcana making moves.

>> No.25529986

You might be able to resell it for a profit a few years down the line if they only make a limited number of them and you don't coom on it too much.

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What world do I live in? The FED killed the next generation to be bag holders.

>> No.25530179


Bayhorse Silver is trading at 2x cashflow and 0.5x with their extra permit

10x is normal so BHS will go 20x even at current silver prices, 100x at 100 silver

"50 tons * 300 days * 80% recovery [it's actually above 90%] * 700/31 = 270k oz AG * AISC C$130/ton => C$6.6M cash flow from operations"

26 with permit

https://twitter.com/HouwelenHenkie/status/1317130087842631680 https://twitter.com/HouwelenHenkie/status/1317130621962100737"

>> No.25530199

Crypto fags will defend this. Why do they not realize the truth about commodities and that their days are numbered?

>> No.25530264

Spiritual fulfillment; anime figures are worth their weight in silver.
Okabe pushes me every day to chip away at the world's ruling structure through mad science experimentation. Hitei-hime reminds me to maintain a denying attitude so as not to become a pawn in the schemes of others.

>> No.25530299


By the way, before someone chimes in to complain that some people doubt whether production is happening, yes, that's why you buy now, low, when nothing is priced in but fud

Moriarty and the geos would not back this if it was a scam

>> No.25530551

Part of me thought about rebuying UUUU again, but they received some unsavory news about direct offering today (it was posted in /smg/ earlier). I'm happy to have ridden it from 2.85 to 4.30, one if the few successful in/out trades I can boast of.

So with JPM dumping today, I know that may have been a catalyst for metals spot price (and stocks in that sector) rising while everything else took a shit. Is reality of hyper inflation finally starting to set in for people?

>> No.25530608

Pretty mediocre desu. There are gains to be had if you preorder the right stuff and flip it but your time is worth something and the gains seem kinda meh. I collect for fun but if I sold everything I'd probably break even at worst.

>> No.25530647

>Is reality of hyper inflation finally starting to set in for people?
Not really. Most americans are still working at jobs that pay pretty much what they did 2 years ago and buying groceries and stuff at roughly the same prices as 2 years ago. If the printer causes hyperinflation it'll be 3-4 years from now.

>> No.25530685

Hasnt that dude been schizo cringe posting about XRP for a LONG time now? That dude high as a fuckin kite from mainlining copium all day.

>> No.25530756

Groceries are not the same price as they were 2 years ago.

>> No.25530817

Based. GPL and SILJ (the latter only because I haven't found any silver miners grateful haven't been pumping or that I know are financially sound) are all I hold in stocks right now, I'm 90% cash. I used today as an excuse to dump Barrick because they've shut down more production than what I was aware of. Just glad to sell while I was in the green on that.

>> No.25530839

Still sounds like a good investment if I'd purchase it for sheer decoration on my desk. I guess more popular franchises are the 'better financial decision' instead of some niche anime series. I suppose I'd just want to look over sometimes and smile by looking at it, get my hopes up and move on with my day. Male needs are simple.

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“Ick investing means taking a special analytical interest in stocks that inspire a first reaction of ‘ick.” -Michael Burry, in a 2001 letter to his investors.

>> No.25530892

>roughly the same price
do you know what "roughly" means in american english?

>> No.25530894

>For most of history it never had any pragmatic uses, it was just to look pretty and symbolize wealth.
Not really. The earliest uses of metals were ornamental, but in ancient cultures those ornaments weren't created because they symbolized power so much as the people had a greater understanding of reality and realized that they in fact are powerful. Just like a shaman wears an animal pelt in order to establish a connection to certain aspects of the natural world, wearing gold or silver jewelry establishes a connection to other aspects. That is where their original value comes from. In later eras, the tendency of rulers to amass metals, gems, and other items of ritual significance was a simple attempt at emulating the stature shamans held in primordial societies. "If wearing some gold jewelry makes the sage powerful, I will just wear gold everything and that will make me the most powerful!" Interestingly, this drive becomes an almost self-fulfilling cycle in that only those able to command great power over others would be able to achieve such levels of wealth and the inheritors of that wealth would also be the inheritors of that authority. This makes the use of PMs as currency all the more amazing, because every scrap of metal out circulating is a scrap of metal not being hoarded on some elite's person in order to channel the greater power of the natural world. This shows that the understanding of the original purpose and value of the metals was obfuscated as civilization "developed." In losing the practical purpose of ritual usage, PMs gained the purpose of a store of value despite the reason for their value becoming a half-remembered echo. Other metals gained crass practical purposes, such as how iron became a lifeblood of war and industry once terrestrial sources could be tapped; whereas the earliest uses of iron were also ritualistic and its sourcing was from rare meteorites.

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>> No.25530987

UUUU is still early, bro. I'm the original shill from here and still holding. I think the "offering" is actually bullish considering:
1. it's 35 million which isn't a TON but a nice amount to add to the balance sheet
2. they are already debt-free
so I see it as a way for them to expand much quicker into REE than previously anticipated. I'll happily buy the scraps.

>> No.25531168

>UUUU is still early, bro.
My uncle worked for them when I was a kid, he's in his 70's now. They've been 'early' for 30+ years now.

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>> No.25531394

Jannies tongue my anus

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This is who’s calling you a “chud” online

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>> No.25531488

Yes, there will be dips and maybe a crash or two, but the entire world is incentivized to keep pumping air into this balloon for as long as possible. Dollar cost averaging the S&P500 has been proven to be the most effective strategy for stock market investing outside of insider knowledge or powerful autism. I think dollar cost averaging the Nasdaq replaces that now, but that's just my opinion. I've always treated PMs as generational investments and try to live in a world of fiat for myself, so I dabble quite a bit into stocks. What got me really interested in PMs was a /smg/ fella who made a "doom bull" portfolio that consisted of 50% TQQQ (3x leveraged Nasdaq) and 50% TMF (3x leveraged bonds); he said that the market was blown well the fuck past the point of no return and there's no reason not to leverage yourself to the tits and go balls deep in a big index, while rebalancing to bonds to mitigate crashes and dips. The simulations of this portfolio with historical stock market data are absolutely amazing for such a dark and idiotic idea.

If you want a more current play that seems more familiar, you could do steel; I've got LEAPs on VALE (and CLF, but don't tell that CLF faggot). Shit, pick any commodity, they are all going to be inflated.

>> No.25531513

that's great. they're as old as I am. but they have the most potential in this uranium bull market, IMO. also they didn't do vanadium and monazite back when your ol grandaddy was diggin' in the dirt for 'em. all the recent legislation re: US uranium reserve bill, French Macaroon (https://www.world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Macron-stresses-importance-of-nuclear-energy-for-F) etc etc. it's just the right time. this shit is easily a 5 bagger if you have some patience.

>> No.25531535

When the Democrats win the Georgia senate races tomorrow gold and silver will moon from all the money the Democrats will pump into the US economy

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fucking checked

Fresh off the boat greenhorn to PM but I just got my first ever order of silver and you are right anons the clink they make is fucking magical. I am smiling so hard currently. We are all gonna make it bros.

>> No.25531550

>that skin color
>that nose
Oy VEY. ethiopian j*w perhaps?

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>> No.25531624

Oh I was the poster you replied to third. I also respect not wanting to bring dishonor to your family with cryptofaggotry, but money is money and a gamble can pay off.

>> No.25531675

>also they didn't do vanadium and monazite back when your ol grandaddy was diggin' in the dirt for 'em.
sure they did. Our uranium is always found in monazite and with vanadium. We had entire towns named for the combination. Uravan is named for uranium/vanadium

they are a good company to hold if uranium ever takes off again. That's a pretty big 'if' though.

>> No.25531743

Cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers?

>> No.25531817

Chads Hunting Untermensch Degenerates

>> No.25531869

We just got done with a year of historical printing. Parties don't matter. Boomers are unified in printing as part of their exit scam.

>> No.25531903

Silver is about to get monkey hammered back to 14 dollars

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>> No.25531946

>selling Barrick at the bottom
did you sell at a loss or break-even?
but were they selling it or stockpiling it? AFAIK the vanadium is fairly recent and I know the monazite is new (according to their investor presentations that I've rigorously combed through).

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>> No.25532058

I can’t wait to dump my 1500 ounce of silver on your heads when prices hit 500/ounce.

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>Did anon buy?

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Based lab member. May Christina's beauty shin favorably upon our stacks

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They are not good as investments. They are nice if you want a pretty thing to look at on your desk. I did have one that doubled in price though.

The real gains come from dollfagging. CUTE.

>> No.25532179

>but were they selling it or stockpiling it? AFAIK the vanadium is fairly recent and I know the monazite is new
It's a really long story but basically during the cold war from the 50's to the 70's the US was buying uranium for weapons and fuel which caused an enormous boom in uranium mining in colorado, utah, other neighboring states. Tens of thousands of uranium mines popped up, most of them in monazite ore and most of them with vanadium byproduct. In fact many of them were re-purposed vanadium mines from WWI and II era.
After 3 mile island and the end of the cold war the US stopped buying uranium and made it illegal to mine for most companies. Then they sent the EPA out to clean up the mess, bankrupting thousands of uranium miners very quickly.

These guys went around and bought up some of the better mines, but just sat on them. They couldn't produce and it wasn't economical to try with no government support.

so the monazite and uranium and vanadium have been sitting there out in the desert for decades, waiting for conditions to be right to go back into production. Their production may indeed be new, but the combination of ores is 155 million years old and isn't changing much.

>> No.25532228

A lot of it is also the manufacturer, the sculptor, the complexity of the costume, how difficult it is to bootleg. Many factors go into knowing if you can make money, just like anything else. More knowledge = more success. Still, mediocre investments overall.

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Based schizos. How can I learn more about this?

>> No.25532418

major checked, Somali namefags BTFO'd as always

For those interested in Silver Range Resources who want a bit of a (albeit complicated) explanation of some of their recent results in the NWT near the Coronation Ridge by Great Slave Lake. Includes some diamond/gold conglomerates that resemble those of Witwatersrand, which had so much gold that it lead to the Boer War!

vidya: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz6a_6nJ7bU&feature=emb_logo

>> No.25532423

Is it a good idea to put money into miner stocks right now? As things calm down, will silver prices, and thus miner shares, settle a good bit lower than what they have been?

>> No.25532468

if 2008 is any indication, the actual silver high and miner boom is still 4 more years out.

>> No.25532536

Please enlighten me

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>> No.25532545

If you just want low premium silver over spot, JM has 1/2 oz Canadian polar bears for $1 over right now.

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same story goes for many of Canada's uranium boom towns. Prospecting for uranium boomed in the 40s and 50s here in BC, than cooled for a time until a new rush happened in the 70s and than anything to do with uranium prospecting or mining was banned due to several terrible screw ups at a project in Southern BC.

Saskatchewan had a lot of activity as well, famous cities like Uranium and Candu appeared in the 50s and flourished until production stopped in the 80s. Now they are ghosts on the flat bitter cold wastes of the north.

>> No.25532587

I don't mean this mockingly

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just broke even on premiums. it only gets better from here

>> No.25532752

"CBDCs are all about gaining more control over the populace. The central banks need a crisis to usher in their adoption. Here is what I'd do if I were dirty like them. I'd create an invisible enemy just like climate change or better yet a virus like covid 19. I'd provide and promise long term massive amounts of stimulus at near 0%, shut small business, get as many as possible reliant on assistance payments. This would create an equity and real estate bubble of epic proportions while hurting the supply side of goods and services. Right when the market could not be more addicted to stimulus and most euphoric, I'd cut the stimulus off completely, cut off the assistance, and raise interest rates. I'd blame the banks for not lending and creating the liquidity crisis. This would decimate the stock, real estate market and main street. Very few if any would be able to service the debt, many would be completely upside-down on mortgages, broken by the market and margin calls, all while servicing a sky-high cost of living. Bankruptcy would surge to unprecedented levels, governments would also be unable to service their own enormous debts, people would be begging for a solution that unbeknownst to them the central banks created. Right when people couldn't hurt anymore and before the breakdown of society the IMF would offer a solution known as 'The Great Debt Reset'. All debts would be forgiven, people could continue to live in the same homes, they would receive universal basic income in their new CBDC wallet. In exchange for debt forgiveness people would be required to give up all property rights and keep up on the vaccines to keep their wallet active. Those without any debts will also have to accept the same terms because as Canadian citizens they are on the hook for the default of their government. Cash and the ole currency would be eliminated from the system entirely so good luck purchasing anything without the CBDC wallet. Checkmate, equality for all, welcome to slavery!"

>> No.25532808

Mircea Eliade
Geoffrey Ashe
Robert Bauval, Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins

>> No.25532831

Edward Abbey wrote some interesting stuff about Utah's uranium boom during the 70's and 80's in his book, Desert Solitaire.
It was a fascinating event from a mining perspective and also from a safety and environmental perspective. We still study a lot of that stuff in class. Uranium and radon are interesting hazards to work around for sure.
Abbey wrote of a man that found a mine so rich his skin was peeling off his body by the time he came back to town to stake the claim. He died, and nobody ever learned where his uranium mine was located. He died enormously wealthy, but his treasure killed him. Perhaps myth, but perhaps not.

>> No.25532853

humans are sensitive to electro magnetism. thats why some people always know which was is north. places with underground wells or other anomalous feel "holy". i think this is why people get a spiritual vibe from gold. anyone that has held gold knows what im talking about

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>> No.25533052

>Graham Hancock
This dude has a couple of super dope interviews on JRE. I'll be honest I'm not nearly qualified enough to know if any of the shit he says is legitimate but he seems to be sincere and passionate. Lots of fun to hear him speculate about the possibilities of undocumented or undiscovered human civilizations.

>> No.25533089

In my neck of the woods growing up, I was told by people in the know never to ever go and explore the old Victoria Claim on Roche De Boule Mountain because of how hot it was. The site was mined in the 40s and material from the claim was used in the Trinity test. For years the small hanging valley the mine was located in was reported to have an odd dim blue glow at night, and all the young miners who worked there from 41 to 55 died of cancers. I know the spots extremely contaminated and its probably for the best people dont go play there.

BC banned Uranium exploration after diamond drilling on a uranium project released radon gas into a nearby community through faults running under it. It effected a lot of people horribly and the outcry caused the Province to ban all exploration to this day.

>> No.25533151

Do you people realize silver is a byproduct of base metal mining? There is practically unlimited silver. They are going to create a silver bubble just like 1980 and dump tons of silver on your heads at 500/ounce.

>> No.25533230

Dont care i only own hold 10oz so far

>> No.25533265

I'd be curious to go there just to hunt the blue glow. I know how that goes though, I have radon in my house, like most people in my area. It's a common problem in our mines. In the Morrison Formation where most of our uranium mines are located it's absurdly heavy in any mine or well.

Funny thing here is hippies advertise radon as a healing thing, right? We have radon caves and radon hot springs people actually pay to sit in. The concentration at those places isn't much worse than smoking a pack of cigarettes in an hour though. My basement is probably equal to a half pack a day if you sit in it 24 hours.

>> No.25533300

Great book sort of related to this topic (free on the net because the surviving author wants people to be able to read a work that is out of print)
Basic argument put forward by the authors is that ancient ritual sites are situated at locations where geologic conditions give rise to funky electromagnetic effects which can be harnessed to "shock" seeds and thus prime them for enhanced durability and yield due to the antioxidant response. Additional evidence presented that the structures built at these sites take advantage of electromagnetic properties of stone, soil, water, etc. to either enable or empower the effect of the site. They have a chapter that goes into some of the research on human sensitivity to EM and some tangents about how less industrialized/desensitized cultures also used such locations for altering consciousness as part of shamanic practices.

The thing about Hancock is that he is entirely upfront about being a journalist. With the stuff about strange archaeology and anthropology, he's just reporting the work of other people. Granted, he also put his own nuts on the line learning to dive and spending a time actually looking at potential underwater ruins. Which I suppose is something else that distinguishes him from lesser journalists on history and anthropology; he doesn't just hit the books hard, he goes out to the front lines to romp in the mud with archaeologists.

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29 silver by market open tmrw.


>> No.25533400

Checked and normie recked

>> No.25533429

yep seen that before, its funny because the radon pools in Princton for sure seem to have effects on people that are helpful but i would not advice being around there long.

>> No.25533516

Pretty sure he's a pseudo anti-christ in the world of archaeology, perfect for the JRE crowd but really slighted by the Clovis First snobs.

They found 90,000 bc mammoth remains with human indentations carved in them, far displacing the official "muh 13,000 bc Bering Strait crossing" people.

He also sheds light on the amazing Lidar tech that has essential rendered the Amazon bare by exposing long- obfuscated structural remains, which again expose mainstream history's explanation of things down in South America.

>> No.25533674

Coffee at my grocery store has gone up two bucks. That's just one example.

>> No.25533712

I love Hancook because he does look into some really out there info, hes one of the only people I ve ever hear talk about "King Scorpion" from the first kingdom period in Egypt for example and how that period had a lot of strangely advanced thinking like lathe turned stone urns that the later egyptian culture couldnt make. Hes also discussed some of the really odd shit that shows up in Canada, such as the Skeena River Orbs and standing stones. Hes great to listen too, my anthropology profs recommended we read him as an outside the box way of thinking.

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based and bogpilled.

>> No.25533811

next gen being zoomers or coronials?

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Diversification is the key to any portfolio, anon. Pic related went up about 50% in the aftermarket over the last couple years.

In short, STONKS.


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You sound exactly like IKN. You're parroting what he said word-for-word in March just before silver tripled and silver stocks quadrupled.

>> No.25533900


Intended to quote this post especially:

>Do you people realize silver is a byproduct of base metal mining? There is practically unlimited silver. They are going to create a silver bubble just like 1980 and dump tons of silver on your heads at 500/ounce.

>> No.25533960

>27 rejected again

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>> No.25533981

Ya that's definitely the impression I get. I think he mentions his reputation in one or both of the interviews. Idk I like listening to him talk you can tell he's genuinely excited about history and the possibilities. Maybe he's just an autist with a big imagination tho lol.

>> No.25534087

cute anime girl 2bqhwu. i wish you great fortune in this coming year because of your pvc wife.

>> No.25534118

DCEP which is the Bank of China's Central back digital currency. This tied in with the belt and road initiative, and all of the US major companies being told this is a way to use all those Chinese RMB to invest into this will allow China to cut through the entire dollar system as it is the current hegemon.
The podcast I linked will help you congeal it while this youtube link will be what they want the public to know.
TLDR: Strap up, and this is not going good. This is why everyone wants to get a CBDC in western nations since they are about to start the fundamental collapse of the Eurodollar system. China holds a lot of bitcoin and gold which is feeding into their 3000x debt to gdp they have, and they are still able to be on top. It is because they will use this to dethrone the dollar as the world reserve currency.

>> No.25534127

Huh maybe we will be seeing a few interesting prospects appear out Egypt soon. Good to see a county like Egypt finally get its ass out of the sand when it comes to its vast mineral wealth. https://www.mining.com/aton-outlines-plan-to-build-egypts-second-gold-mine/
Anyone want to come prospect Indiana Jones style out in the desert?

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Rate the ratios in my pooled allocated account

>> No.25534209

I'd go with a 1:100 ration when it comes to gold and silver, but that's just me. Nick stack.

>> No.25534267

DESU the Hancock/Carlson episodes were/are peak JRE for me.

John Anthony West gets included in this set of episodes.

>> No.25534282

alex jones is peak joe rogan

>> No.25534295

Have more gold to be 20 oz, and move up your platinum to be 1 oz. Once you hit 500 oz silver, a good amount of gold should be 25 oz, and platinum be 5 oz. If you want to have palladium, once you have 500 oz of silver, have at least 1 oz. This should carry you, and add to the holding as you like the ratio.

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he's got a lot more than 500 oz silver

>> No.25534363

I think the most important moment is from the podcast bonanza with skeptic celebrity idol Michael Shermer. They're talking about the great pyramid and Hancock is rattling off all these stats about the pyramid's dimensions and such, of which Shermer knows none and finally Hancock goes in on how he's visited Giza several times as part of his research while Shermer admits he's never been there despite trying to champion counterarguments on the topic.

It's like anti-PM shills coming into these threads. Have they even touched a round? Have they read about the history of currencies, metals and financial cycles?

>> No.25534425

I think you're right. I just have a mental illness when it comes to silver. In my mind, silver us guaranteed to be 500 per ounce one day so every ounce I don't buy is like missing out on 500 dollars just laying on the floor for me to take.

It takes incredible will to diversify at all

>> No.25534551

Diversifying in PM is similar but different than noobies investors that diversify into many different stocks. You are in the same asset type, but you do a bit more research and each one has different degrees of leverage. I will suggest you have a vault in canada (if you live in the US) or have a passport that will allow you to be near the physical location of the vault to withdraw your metal.
I know he does. I am looking at the vault.

>> No.25534563

For most of history gold and silver hasn't been used industrially because it's too scarce, and it's scarcity makes it even more valuable. How fucking hard is this to understand

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JPM silver smackdown when?

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It's interesting that you guys are talking about this while we're talking about humans being sensitive to electromagnetism. I read this Ray Peat article a while ago mentioning that radiation is actually anti-inflammatory in the short term, but it gives long term damage, like fish oil. Really strange stuff. http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/fishoil.shtml

>> No.25534695

Tomorrow at 10 AM by my schedule, let's see if they do it

>> No.25534854

the human bodies fucking odd mate, all sorts of horribly toxic elements and materials can ruin us or be therapeutic in the right doses.

Ultrasound / infra-sound is one of those things too that blows my mind how much it can mess with us. A dude in Seattle Washington for example thought his house was haunted because he kept getting strange after images in his vision as well as things like taps turning on by themselves. Turns out the sound waves from nearby underground plumbing were causing the issues.

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Next thread should be glow rock edition

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Uranium and its brother elements have the most interesting ores.

>> No.25534987

anyone else up over 7K today? was hoping to go over 9K for the memes, but oh well, another day.

>> No.25534997

That chapter was removed from the version they are selling on Amazon. The whole chapters on the protocols of the learned elders of zion was removed. hrmm.. gee I wonder why?

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Our queen has spoken. Gold is great but bitcoin is the trade of the year.

>> No.25535147

In ancient Egypt, gold was used industrially. Those huge temples, statues, obelisks, etc. adorned with gold bits? Not just for show. Egyptian "magic" was practiced as science. Their ritual objects were built not only to serve as repositories for information in physical form (ie dimensions of the great pyramid encode all sorts of information about the Earth http://garyosborn.moonfruit.com/1-43200/4594099844) but also because their shapes, physical properties, and locations were determined to be able to channel and direct the subtle forces of nature. Gold was one of the most important substances known to this science, going back to the most primordial of cultures with shamans adorned in gold accessories in order to access greater realms of power.
What are today considered massive public works follies made for the sake of grandeur were in fact giant machines designed to control reality.

You don't have to believe it yourself, but your understanding of why gold has always been valuable will be incomplete until you understand how it was seen in prehistory and the earliest societies.

>> No.25535164


i've seen her a few times on kitco? getting some strong tranny vibes...am i wrong?

>> No.25535189

You can find it, gotta do some digging

>> No.25535323

why does it matter, are you concerned? Hint: if youre worried about whether enjoying a little feminine bepis makes you gay, then deep down you probably are gay

>> No.25535361

and then 30 rejected

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>> No.25535584

Lyn Alden,Rick Rule,Brent Johnson, Peter Schiff and Jeff Snider are the only old heads I listen to.

>> No.25535605

5k here

>> No.25535643

based schizo

>> No.25535729
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Based and CBDC pilled

>> No.25535738

thank u pan man
going to my UUUU folder

>> No.25535755

The problem again is there is literally zero difference in between the properties of a US CBDC, EU CBDC and the DCEP.
In bretton woods US currency was different in that it was gold backed.
These 3 currency blocks will be at a stalemate until China declares gold backing.

>> No.25535787

we need more mining related memes, I ll see what I can dig up for base material.

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Reminder no stack is complete with a bit of tantalum! I shudder to imagine how many poor African lives were lost mining just this much tantalum...

>> No.25536073

current guess is about 5 African children went into making that. Kind of makes me want to find that UN report on modern electronics and slavery in africa again.

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>I shudder to imagine how many poor African lives were lost mining just this much tantalum...
That Tantalum would pair nicely with a Leopold II Five Francs.

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>> No.25536183

Bitcoin 32k
Gold 1940

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>> No.25536318

What's that text from? Reminds me of Africa Adio.

>> No.25536337

The only lesson I'm learning is there are tons of boomers watching the Uranium market right now and wondering whether to get in at the bottom

>> No.25536402

it depresses the hell out of me that much of africa's artisanal mining will remain forever done with teams of enslaved 10 year olds, sticks with rocks on their ends for milling and reed sluice boxes. So many have tried to teach them, so many have given up trying. Maybe the chinese will get it through their heads.

>> No.25536453

Can we pls not veer off into the politics again? We just got the thread to stop shouting nigger at evetything. Blood sacrifice in mining is nasty business and evweone knows it

>> No.25536487

Which Uranium stocks do you guys have in your portfolio? I am only holding Cameco right now because it's tax-advantaged for me (being a leaf). Looking at some North American juniors - have you guys researched Denison, Nextgen or Fission?

My understanding about UUUU and UEC is they are geopolitical plays moreso than pure Uranium plays.

>> No.25536488

Why is it so hard to get?
Can I have half?

>> No.25536497 [DELETED] 

Quiet nigger.

>> No.25536531

didnt mean it that way, was just stating facts thats all.

>> No.25536544

Please tell me crypto people will get BTFO. This seriously and unironically can't be happening .

>> No.25536568

Janny janny please supress
These shortstack fools under duress
They wish they wish their dicks were bigger
They scream they shout they call me nigger

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I'm not sure saw it on a thread yesterday I think

I'm afraid they probably won't. The Chinese are very exploitative even of their own people. And they are very racist (not implying good or bad by that). They will subjugate them with their new silk road and slave them even harder than anyone else did. Although look up "It's all so tiresome" meme on google, that came from a Chinese man trying to teach blacks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9LaHualx-s

>> No.25536718

>ponting out sub-saharans never developed(and probably never will)
For fucks sake, jews weren't even brought up during this discussion.

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The other thing with fish oil is the mercury levels of you buy the wild salmon variety (which I do), as opposed to factory farmed fish oil, which also has drawbacks.

The wild Salmon have elevated levels of mercury contamination due to Fukashima. The FDA Coincidentally has no data for testing mercury in salmon after the disaster..


>> No.25536871

I see africa like how I see a slowly burning sun. You want to help it. However, the more you do. The more it will hurt you till you can not move, and you have to let the laws of thermodynamics take place. It is horrible, but the west gave up space exploration to help africa gain some sense of civilization. China is experience that first hand.
It is grim and bleak to think about how the world could have been if we left africa alone. If the slave trade never happened, and where the world would be.

>> No.25536880

Sorry I did not meant to start a political commentary. I genuinely meant that it's very sad the deplorable conditions that some people find themselves in. No child or adolescent of any race should be subject to that. I'm sure on that we can all agree

>> No.25536917

Heres Mount Baker Mining and Metals vid from a few years ago on this subject. His company tried selling mill setups to small scale mine coops over in Kenya. The locals abandoned the show model he left them after two weeks because they forgot how to use it.

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Just imagine... I wonder who brought them here for their benefit?

>> No.25537069

I know about the slave ships. I am just... disappointed.
It just seems like they do not really care. Emotions can carry so far Panman. It is just so disappointing.

>> No.25537196

I've gotta get my mercury fillings removed. Can anybody redpill me on composite vs gold fillings? I would get gold because they solve the poisoning problem and that's the traditional method, but it's been out of practice for a while so many dentists have a harder time working with the harder material and sometimes damage the dentin when pressing in an underformed filling. Also the thermal expansion coefficients of gold and the tooth are different causing cracking when eating hot and cold foods, same as with mercury amalgam. But with composite that problem is mitigated because it's designed to adhere to the surface of the inside of the tooth and expand at the same rate. Only thing I'm not sure about is if it has any harmful xenoestrogen plastic compounds like BPA for instance.

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All of those are good picks. Check URCCF as well, it's a uranium royalty streamer.

>> No.25537467

Uranium is not bad. I got back into UUUU since it seems like the market finished pulling back.

>> No.25537509

very interesting! thank you for sharing.
checked. love this knowledge.

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Anons, can anyone tell me if I'm looking at actual sterling silver dishes?

I cane across some interesting wares.
In truth there's so much that I could t take photos of them all.

I have a few marks here.

>> No.25537547

Be back in a sec. technical difficulties in the form of a drunken old timer passed out in my driveway. currently thawing him out on my floor.

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I wonder who had a solution to this?
But still, the same people talking in the page took us off the gold standard. JP Morgan said gold is money, everything else is credit. Maybe that was a psyop, but still the stereotype of them is correct. They are misers; they hoard gold and silver and want it to themselves. Collecting gold and silver ourselves is an intermediate step to beating them. Look into Scythian/Aryan peoples who made great pieces of craftmanship out of gold. They did not, however, covet gold. They admired it's beauty but did not allow it to tangle and chain their hearts to this world. https://youtu.be/_1OVwuCdkK4?t=357
Watch this for a while, it talks about precious metals. Just watch the whole series too.

>> No.25537597


it's not that, i just question the sanity of trannies, so i wouldn't want to take any advice from them.

i mean, who hasn't wacked one out to bailey jay before.

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ah god it's so damn mesmerizing.

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This is a surprise to hear....
Be safe panman.


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I wonder who had a solution to this?
But still, the same people talking in the page took us off the gold standard. JP Morgan said gold is money, everything else is credit. Maybe that was a psyop, but still the stereotype of them is correct. They are misers; they hoard gold and silver and want it to themselves. Collecting gold and silver ourselves is an intermediate step to beating them. Look into Scythian/Aryan peoples who made great pieces of craftmanship out of gold. They did not, however, covet gold. They admired it's beauty but did not allow it to tangle and chain their hearts to this world. [YouTube] Conspiracy? https://youtu.be/_1OVwuCdkK4?t=357
Watch this for a while, it talks about precious metals. Just watch the whole series too.
>>>/wsg/>>3742399 (Dead)

>> No.25537684

Hey Pan Man, creighton mine anon here

Any info on Nighthawk gold corp? CEO and insiders purchased a shitload of stonks today. Might take up a small position tomorrow. What do you think?

>> No.25537698 [DELETED] 

I wonder who had a solution to this?
But still, the same people talking in that book took us off the gold standard. JP Morgan said gold is money, everything else is credit. Maybe that was a psyop, but still the stereotype of them is correct. They are misers; they hoard gold and silver and want it to themselves. Collecting gold and silver ourselves is an intermediate step to beating them. Look into Scythian/Aryan peoples who made great pieces of craftmanship out of gold. They did not, however, covet gold. They admired it's beauty but did not allow it to tangle and chain their hearts to this world. https://youtu.be/_1OVwuCdkK4?t=357
Watch this for a while, it talks about precious metals. Just watch the whole series too.

>> No.25537703

It's plated, it says "sliverplater" right beneath the markings.

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I am actually starting to get priced out of uranium and the bull market has barely started...

>> No.25537725
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I wonder who had a solution to this?
But still, the same people talking in that book took us off the gold standard. JP Morgan said gold is money, everything else is credit. Maybe that was a psyop, but still the stereotype of them is correct. They are misers; they hoard gold and silver and want it to themselves. Collecting gold and silver ourselves is an intermediate step to beating them. Look into Scythian/Aryan peoples who made great pieces of craftmanship out of gold. They did not, however, covet gold. They admired it's beauty but did not allow it to tangle and chain their hearts to this world. https://youtu.be/_1OVwuCdkK4?t=357
Watch this for a while, it talks about precious metals. Just watch the whole series too.
4th time's the charm

>> No.25537728

Scrapsberg could say more but this one straight up says silver plate on it, so pass on that. The other ones you could try googling their marks but most likely without "925" or "sterling" stamped in means just more silverplate

>> No.25537740

Its $10 and probably eights an actual pound. Ill pick it up.

>> No.25537741

Gorham EP = Electro-Plated

>> No.25537754

That one's also plated, it says "plate" right in the middle

>> No.25537803

Ah thanks anons. Yeah. Too bad. Thought I found something decent. Its no big deal. I'll just buy another few ounces anyway.

>> No.25537808

So crypto really won in the end it seems.

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>> No.25537830

based kind heated pan man. Maybe he will reward you with silver or gold or the location of a long lost placer motherload up north

>> No.25537859

>won in the end it seems
Long game, buddy. Long game.

>> No.25537880

Community is better than any gold and silver for a soul can not be obtained from gold and silver.

>> No.25537886


is that his bitcoin hodling son?

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>> No.25538122

What's wrong with fish oil?

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Based >>25537725

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I'm spooped

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2000oz gold by friday

>> No.25538180

We already had this fight.

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>> No.25538247


who won?

>> No.25538300

Not tranny, she's got freaky eyes tho

>> No.25538341

Lyn Alden's links are out of the OP, the tranny lost.

>> No.25538428


i'm not saying you're wrong, but can you point me towards the proof? i'm still skeptical.

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It is PUFAs, PolyUnsaturated Fatty Acids. Mainstream dietary wisdom calls them "essential fats". Ray Peat believes they are "essential for cancer". Seed oils are also PUFAs. These fats are more volatile than saturated animal fats, meaning that fish can have liquid fat instead of being congealed in the cold waters they live in. The seed oils use PUFAs to cause anti-digestive, anti-metabolic, and toxic effects on the animal if it is eating and destroying the seed. It doesn't want to be destroyed it wants to pass through and be carried to a new spot and deposited. Seed oils are the concentrated essence of seeds with all the inflammatory cancerous effects. Same with fish oil except they are necessary in climates with low vitamin D because they are often the only source, which balances out the negative effects for those people but for everyone else fish oils are negative. They also have Vitamin E which is somewhat anti-oxidative and can balance out the effects but still the effects range from inflammatory to just under neutral. This is for the common cod liver oil you see and if you eat fatty northern fish species. If you eat tropical fish you don't have to worry about this because their fat is saturated so it is less liquid in the hotter waters. This is the same reason why coconut oil is saturated; otherwise it would leak out of the nut in the heat. Coconut oil is another really healthy thing to add all the time when you can to your food because it balances out the effects of the horrible seed oils that may be in your food. Just go to Ray Peat's forum or his website.

Please tell me you guys can see this. I'm kinda schizo about censorship and shadowbanning because of Great Reset and everything. >>25537725

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probably means they found something out there at Indin Lake, I ll have a look in a bit, just called for help with this guy.
he better after this, hes lucky he could talk. I love this man like another Grandfather but holy crap does he do stupid shit. Hes lucky its only just below 0.

>> No.25538538

Have you seen a video of him; massive hands, manly voice, manly face, adam's apple, masculine gesticulations.

>> No.25538618

dont worry mate we can see you.

>> No.25538629


yes, that's why i suspect tranny.

>> No.25538759

good info. I always thought fish oil was a meme/never did anything. I have a couple bottles I'll get rid of. I've been using MCT in my coffee every morning and it's godly.

>> No.25538814

The scythian history is fantastic. It is good to see some old russian history.

>> No.25538876

So then how else are you supposed to get omegas? Krill oil? >>25538450

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Yep just plated stuff this time, larger items like that will be marked "STERLING" pretty unambiguously, properly hallmarked if British, or stamped 800, 830, or 835 if they are continental european Silver alloys. If you see numbers like those 3 on american brands like Rogers that would just be a model number, not an indication of fineness.

Good luck and keep looking! And remember that often good sterling usually tarnishes a pretty ugly brown/grey/black whereas plated stuff often has rainbow hues in the tarnish, so across a room you can know to avoid the iridescent shit and beeline to the ugly splotchy grey/black stuff like this picrel sterling lid for a closer look.

>> No.25539029

not sure if you saw already either mate, Nighthawk just changed up their management with a new VP of Exploration. I am sure if theres any news we will hear about it tomorrow.

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You're not. Omega 3's and Omega 6's are marketed as "essential" that you are "supposed to get". They are PUFAs. You only need them in trace amounts which you get from all foods having a small amount. They also market them as being healthy for your brain since your brain is largely lipids, but it needs saturated fatty acids, not unsaturated. Even if you don't get enough your body can produce it through mead acid synthesis but that's very unlikely especially with the SAD diet in modern times. Your goal should be to have above 1:1 Saturated to Unsaturated fats in your diet. Unsaturated will get stored in your fat as opposed to being burned because your body doesn't like to burn PUFAs because it is cancerous and inflammatory so if you've been eating PUFAs for a long time you will slowly burn that off over years as all the fat in your body has a half life after which it is replaced. If you fast it will burn off all at once which will be hard on your body. Another thing is that animals can have PUFAs as their fat too; if you can why can't they? They are fed grains in huge feed lots without any grass. Same with chickens. Just grains. Corn, Basedbeans, etc. (Basedbeans are digested by your gut bacteria and converted into estrogen, which is also the same inflammatory hormone that is stimulated by eating PUFAs). In one study pigs were fed Coconut oil and they couldn't fatten them by feeding it to them, they had to feed them grain.

Yep it's really eye opening when you first learn about it.

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>scythian history is fantastic

Scythian artifacts are pretty based too

>> No.25539391

Think I'll have to take away my woman's fish oil and feed her coconut oil instead, very interesting thanks anon. What are your thoughts on Boron supplements?

>> No.25539432

let me quiz you: lugol's iodine. take 2 drops a day or no?

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talk to you all tomorrow, got to go drive this guys truck home, night guys!

>> No.25539474

Drive safe panfren

>> No.25539477

So what about the heart health aspects. Isn't fish oil good for your heart? What about olive oil? That's liquid at room temperature. Is that saturated or unsaturated. Thanks for the info.

>> No.25539479

Precision metals investing is a conspiracy theory and only meant for literal schizos

>> No.25539538

Also for the autists in the thread. Take note. This is how you handle somebody giving you information that contradicts your opinion. I take 6 fish oils a day. Am I likely to keep taking them? Probably. However I am keeping an open mind to this information and will investigate further. Note how I don't instantly shriek at him and call him a faggot and tell him that he's wrong. I'm listening to it, that doesn't mean I have to accept it, and then I try and take what information I can from it.

This will help you in life along with keeping thread quality up. Social skills are important guys. No need to freak the fuck out and name call somebody.

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Also that pic says to just drink milk, but you should really get a cow share from a farm near you that you would like to support if they seem like good people (most are) and make sure it is grass fed. Then you can drink raw milk. Raw milk has many benefits that are too many to list here. It is blood plasma essentially. https://www.westonaprice.org/the-biochemical-magic-of-raw-milk-and-other-raw-foods-glutathione/
this article is not comprehensive. Also weston a price thinks PUFAs are essential fats, but they are good on milk and he discovered "the price factor" which is a rejuvenating molecule found in certain foods. Pasteurized has oxidized cholesterol particles that bond to cellular structures in your body so it isn't even just lactose sugar water after pasteurization, it's harmful.

I'm not sure I haven't researched them.

I actually haven't gotten that, I should. I do have gravity water filter with fluoride removal, so that helps. Also, I use celtic sea salt which has organic iodine compounds which can help with iodine deficiency if you use it enough (sodium does not raise blood pressure it actually decreases stress and is a critical electrolyte)

Fish oil not good for heart. Olive oil is *mono*unsaturated so it's less susceptible to oxidation than polyunsaturated PUFAs, but it is somewhat neutral in terms of inflammation. Same for peanut butter, but I tried eating some peanut butter after abstaining from PUFA for a month or two and could feel the stress it caused, so I would say it is not neutral, but it might be different for others. You're welcome. Diet is the basis of a healthy mind and body. You are what you eat. That's why there is so much depression and $0Y cuckery today

>> No.25539566

This is how you learn shit and become a better person. Has nothing to do with whether I accept it or not.

>> No.25539626

It's just beginning to recover, the stock has been oversold for quite a while.
t. Invested for a couple of months myself

>> No.25539627

Me and the wife drink raw milk. She's actually lactose intolerant and store milk fucks her up bad. Raw milk she can drink just fine. That's evidence enough for me that the grocery store milk is trash. I also think that fasting is important and very healthy. Ancient cultures used to fast regularly and it seems that one reason that people's health is so fucked up today is because people eat constantly.

>> No.25539648

do you soley rely on ray peat's info or others. i want to know which cooking oil to use and which supplements to take. have vertigo/dizziness

>> No.25539663

So in a nutshell you are saying that poly unsaturated fats are bad while saturated fats are good?

>> No.25539687

I've never heard of this Ray peat character but I have seen research that suggests general agreement with what this Anon is saying. I am still not sure about the fish oils though. Fish fats are supposed to be regarded as very healthy.

>> No.25539711

I took krill oil once for the first time and that shit was so powerful I slept fucking amazing. I was in dreamland.

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I only eat MUFA oils and Coconut oils have high proportion of saturated fats.

>> No.25539735

I think there is pretty much wide consensus that coconut oil is good for you

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Yeah that's part of the problem of pasteurization. Over 117 degrees Fahrenheit if I remember correctly it deactivates all enzymes. This is coincidentally the same temperature that feels hot to the touch, so you can touch something you're cooking and tell if it is raw or not. These enzymes make it easier for you to digest, and it's why raw milk goes bad faster than pasteurized. A baby cow has underdeveloped pancreas so can't produce many enzymes to digest with. This can cause pasteurized milk consumption and rejection to be diagnosed as "lactose intolerance". Sounds like your wife is another data point that lactose intolerance is actually pasteurized milk intolerance. Eat more raw foods too like raw eggs. A raw egg has everything a baby chick needs to grow, it covers most stuff for you too.

Nourishing traditions book is a good primer on this stuff. It has a ton of great recipes too.

Yeah. Tropical fish is good to eat, you have to be careful about certain northern fish since they are PUFA ridden.

Good. Avoid avocado oil. I know someone who fed that to their baby and it got eczema, an inflammatory disease (surprise surprise!) Of course that's why it's marketed to urbanites with avocado toast

>> No.25539948

donating blood is cringe

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Avocado oil is one of the best MUFA oils.

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Yeah it's cringe, but normally you used to bleed a little, either in war or from mishaps. It helps to keep your iron levels lower (if you're getting too much) which can build up because your body works to retain as much as possible because it thinks you're going to lose it through blood loss. If you never lose it, then it just builds up. Blood letting actually had a reason they did it (believe it or not) and may have actually helped in some cases.

It might be good for some, I mostly stick with only Saturated. Use lard from grassfed pigs (mmm bacon grease but not PUFA and healthy) and tallow from grassfed cows. And coconut oil of course.

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What did the Economist mean by this?

>> No.25540643

Preparing the normies

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>sold 2 10oz Buffalo Generic bars for 29 when spot was around 26.50
>immediately bought tube of eagles for spot
God I fucking love how autistic Redditors are

>> No.25540712

which subreddit can you buy silver off redditors? is it safe?

>> No.25540747

Probably financial asset inflation (equities, derivatives, swaps, etc.) versus non-financial asset inflation (consumer goods, services, etc.)
2009 gave us the first one. 2020 may give us both aka the "everything bubble"

>> No.25540772

Holy shit dude, it’s a goldmine for deals. I have 0 idea why they do it but you can find deals for spot on just about everything. The only catch is that they go fast so you need to be on it quick
They’re incredibly anal about verification and safety as well. You can see detailed feedback on anyone who has bought or sold on there. They even offer a middle man service for free if you want to use it
Seriously, it baffles me that they do this. I’ve stacked a lot of metal off of there, and a majority of it at spot. Yet to have a single problem

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Predictive programming. Revelation of method.


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hey /pmg/ I'm way up on my crypto trades over the last year and thinking of buying some more pms. I have 800oz silver and 3 oz of gold. Should I cash out some btc now and get some gold?

>> No.25540809

Never a bad time to stack. What sorta stuff do you have now, and what are you thinking of getting?

>> No.25540920

It’s not a bad idea to lock in profits and rebalance your portfolio

>> No.25540932

Sounds like the bizarro world of eBay where everyone wants 50% above spot for kilo bars and everyone 'knows what they got'

>> No.25540959

how can i verify the purity of the silver. and would buying gold off of there be a bad idea?

>> No.25541003

>barrick stops production to capitalize on future higher gold prices
>anon sells

>> No.25541015

Its all just maples

>> No.25541016

I drink raw eggs all the time and yeah like I said. Wife is completely lactose intolerant. If she drinks grocery store milk she's sick the rest of the night and it's irritating for me because that means I'm not fucking her that night. Raw milk though, she can drink a gallon of that shit and be fine. We pick up from a local farm about once a month.

>> No.25541032

Mother fucker did you just out a pic of Ron Paul having a stroke and make that into a fucking meme. Good God. I have seen everything.

>> No.25541042

what coins are you holding. any to get into now?

>> No.25541051

The exact opposite. I’ve found the promised land, and being honest I was shocked when I’d mention it in other threads and nobody knew what I was talking about
Now I just want to spread the news to you retards because fuck redditors, if there’s good deals I want /pmg/ to have them
Verification is on the seller. They’d prove it any way you normally would verify silver. And if you don’t feel comfortable with it, like I said, they offer intermediaries free of charge. Ship to them, they verify for you
Personally, I’ve bought and sold a lot of gold through it. I have faith in it, especially when you’re dealing with people that have 10’s to 100’s of prior transaction history that you can view.
But it’s on you

>> No.25541059

mines don't stop production to capitalize on future higher prices, they just stockpile ore, matte, or bullion.

stopping production to capitalize on future prices is code for not being profitable at current prices and closing up shop until prices go up and they can be profitable again. Stopping and restarting work is enormously expensive.

>> No.25541061

Men also had higher testosterone levels back then and high testosterone increases red blood cell count. Blood letting back then would have actually been very beneficial to those under the condition. I have high test and have to give blood every so often.

>> No.25541075

>Its all just maples
L-Like all of it?
Fucking post

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Speaking if the Bizarro world of Ebay, I bought a coin there for well below spot the other day, from my calculations, the seller only received $1.25 for 0.15 ounces of Silver after fees and shipping costs were subtracted from what I paid. How is he making money off this?

>> No.25541118

Yeah whats the big deal

>> No.25541146

Odds are he isn’t.
Random old guy account or actual business?

>> No.25541148

might be a fake coin. It might have been listed wrong. He might have gotten it for free. He might have lost money on it.

all of these things happen really often there.

>> No.25541168

800 Maples sounds like 800 Oz’s of premium silver you bought.
Curious, what’s your cost avg on stack? Are the gold oz’s Maple too?

>> No.25541172

get that fucking tranny out of here

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Raw milk is heavenly. It's just so rich it's like eating a whole meal.

Yeah just look up iron overload symptoms on google for anyone else that is skeptical of this.

Btw did I answer your question? I don't really focus on supplements because, based on the research I've done, looking at the food as a whole and how all the components work together to make you healthy and to digest easily is the best way to be healthy. Supplements in excess can cause deficiencies of other things because they compete for uptake, but often they are found in balance in the whole foods you eat. Make sure to get organic everything, grass fed meats, and pasture raised eggs. Free range eggs are still factory farmed indoors on grain. The reason for all that is most soil in unorganic food and therefore the grains most grain fed animals are fed is depleted of trace minerals which causes diseases like tinnitus, cancer, so on in pic related.

>> No.25541202

Moved all into btc during covid crash then bought xlm in oct at 9c sold at 18. Up like 150k

>> No.25541230

Yea all maples

>> No.25541255

BTC miners cash out in gold

>> No.25541283

look into vit c superdosing. want to know your thoughts on that. i appreicate your posts. looking into celtic sea salt and the cooking book that was recommended. just want to learn more...
what are your next plays? im hoping to more some more gold and silver with crypto earnings. so many shills though

>> No.25541317

My thoughts are that many coiners will cash out into pms over the next month and pm prices will go up like after last btc bullrun avg was like 30ish

>> No.25541318

I can't tell, the descriptions for everything he's selling just list the specifications if the coin.
It was listed as being silver and a common date Austrian 10 Schillings in average condition isn't really worth faking since there isn't much of a market for it. He must have either gotten it for free (or close to nothing) or taken a loss.

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>Make sure to get organic everything, grass fed meats, and pasture raised eggs
To make this pmg related: You've heard of shrinkflation, but have you heard of quality deflation (or inflation idk lol). Anyways, the quality of foods has decreased drastically. If you actually try to buy those foods in store, they are much more expensive. If you buy raw milk regularly from a farm it's easier to buy those things cheaper than in a store though.

Will do. Make sure to get fluoride free water. Post above had a pic about iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism that causes a wide range of diseases, and it is caused in large part by fluoride in the water supply, but there's also little organic iodine in our food and salt too.

>> No.25541333

>which causes diseases like tinnitus, cancer, so on in
tinnitus isn't a disease. It's also a very weird thing to list next to stuff like cancer and heart disease and obesity. Why not add ingrown toenails to the list?

>> No.25541349

Wow, thats a lot of bullshit.

>> No.25541377

I just want a safe play, doesn't need to go up much just not down longterm. Tempted to buy another 500 silver maples i see the high from after '08 crash silver went to 60$ an oz

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It's a psychological disease just like any other mental illness: depression, alzheimers, vertigo, dementia, schizophrenia, etc. and lots more people have it than they used to, because your brain needs lots of trace minerals that perform very specific and niche roles in biochemistry.

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Took nearly three weeks, but I finally got my Libertads and Morgan's. Saving up for my first full ounce of gold and some more silver. What is a better store of value and more liquid, pure .999, or junk silver? still fairly new to stacking.

>> No.25541407

Info wars sells nascent iodine that it some of the highest quality on the market and it only costs about 15 bucks for a year supply.

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It's a psychological disease just like any other mental illness: depression, alzheimers, vertigo, dementia, schizophrenia, etc. and lots more people have it than they used to, because your brain needs lots of trace minerals that perform very specific and niche roles in biochemistry.

I haven't checked out their brand. Lugol's has a very good reputation tho

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Have you heard anything of omega 3:6 ratios? For context I did my homework on this several years ago when I decided to start taking omega 3s, so I don't remember my sources anymore. But what I had read was that an ancient human diet would have roughly equal levels of omega 3 and 6, from natural sources (fish, nuts, animals, etc). Compared to the SAD diet, where people who live inland might not consume natural fresh seafood in any form at all (thus getting 0 - .5 grams of omega 3 +EPA/DHA), and consume plenty of chicken, nuts, and grains which all contain high amounts of omega 6. We're talking about an omega 6:omega 3 ratio like 1:15, 1:20 or worse. From what I remember, a lot of the negatives you speak of surrounding PUFAs sound a lot like problems associated with getting too much of the 6 and not enough of the 3. Diets high in natural seafood and fermented foods (see SEA regions) have ratios a lot closer to 1:1, and those populations have reduced levels of those inflammations and cancers.

Think about it: our bodies weren't meant to be fed by 80% grain/corn/beans, but those are filler ingredients in snack foods and cooking oils, AND the sole food item that our beef and poultry livestock are fed. Grass fed beef has a much more even omega ratio than corn fed beef, and people who have access to fresh seafood have a much more balanced diet than inland diets that eat chicken 5 days a week.

>> No.25541471

how interesting

>> No.25541491

>It's a psychological disease
kek what do you think tinnitus is exactly?

>> No.25541505

Both are good store of value, and both are about as liquid. But if we wanna talk premiums, junk takes the cake easily. Most of my constitutional silver I got for spot or under.
However, if you’re referring to Morgan’s that’s a different story. Morgan’s are their own game. Unless you’re for sure paying on their silver value and not their numismatic value, I’d avoid stacking them

>> No.25541531

>It's a psychological disease just like any other mental illness
I can guaran-fucking-tee you I got my tinnitus from shooting and not being born with it

>> No.25541578

>It's a psychological disease
dude what? Maybe the negative downstream effects are psychological, but I can assure you tinnitus itself is due to damaged eardrum / nerves / hairs in the hearing canal. It's physiological.
t. permanent tinnitus after shooting a shotgun indoors without hearing protection

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Yeah you're right. Fat ratios in general is very important. I'm not sure about omega 3:6, but I think Ray Peat says that they are both trace minerals basically and what you say seems to agree, in that they are both so low in most foods that they are around the same level. One might be better than the other, I'm not sure, but I think the problem is that either of them are high in the first place, not that they are out of 1:1 ratio.

The main fat ratio to watch out for is Saturated:Poly/monounsaturated

Obviously it can be acquired from ear damage to the nerve endings in your cochlea from loud noise, but if you're like me your parents and yourself were responsible and didn't listen to loud music or go shooting without ear pro and still have it. Disease of the brain. Psychedelics can treat it in some cases, but I don't think psychedelics are needed. I think it's mostly diet. It may be permanent damage from trace mineral deficiencies during developmental stages though. Mine gets better when I get more sleep, less stress, better food.

>> No.25541740

I guess there's different kinds of tinnitus but the one I'm talking about the classic eeeeeEEEEEEEE

>> No.25541742

how you do balance your port crypto/pms/stocks
im like 70% crypto 10% pms 20% stocks

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Can you fucking schizoids stop shitting up the thread and take your vitamin discussion elsewhere?
Post stack

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I really like these old South African 5/ coins. Admittedly, they’re only 50% silver, but still, it must have felt nice going shopping with some of these back in the day.

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Look at this thread >>>/lit/17137023 there's definitely some psychological type. P50 gating and shit. Related to other mental illnesses from a quick google search. Mine is a very high pitched, but not unmanageable tone. It's like those old cathode ray tube tvs but less annoying. I don't notice it most of the time and it gets more intense when I'm listening intently. Also, having bad back misalignment strangely enough affects the physiology of my brain and if I go to the chiropractor it helps a lot, but sometimes I forget about that because I don't go too often. Your brain is not just piloting a flesh suit it is deeply a part of the rest of your body through nerve connections and spinal fluid and diet.

>> No.25541871

Hoarding oxygen is where the money is

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Needs more yeller

>> No.25541913

literally btc

>> No.25541969

Thanks, Im looking at Kennedy's and other junk coins, this surge in price caught me off, so I might wait a bit.

>> No.25542115

Do make sure you’re buying pre 1964 90%, and not 40%
If you want somewhere where you can find junk for spot a lot of the time, /PMSforsale on redddit is great

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>> No.25542229

"She" really provides valuable analysis unlike many other talking heads but "she" also gets some things terribly wrong. I listened to her in a podcast where she shilled btc and she was almost completely oblivious to the technical failures of btc as a currency and network longevity. She only understands the very surface level "limited supply, scarcity" argument which makes the line go up forever, in her eyes. I find it somewhat weird because she has electrical engineering background so one would assume that she can understand the technical aspects better. However, she is not just btc shill she has a bullish outlook on gold as well so there is that. I unironically follow her, just wish she would turn down the btc shilling a bit.

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Fuck off O’hare, I’m not buying your air

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>smackdown inbound

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Bumping with better version of pic I posted earlier

>> No.25544388

You know I used to defend you guys at first but you stackpost demanders really are insufferable.

>> No.25544687

The red dildos keep getting smaller and the rebounds bigger. At this rate, the only that's going to get smacked down is the dollar.

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Paper Silver

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To follow up on this it looks like Omega 9 fatty acids are healthy.
This is a good article in for unsaturated in general (Omega 3 and 6 are unsaturated): https://raypeat.com/articles/articles/unsaturatedfats.shtml
Here's a forum discussion where they think both are bad: https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/omega-3-vs-omega-6-pufa.19901/#post-271188
Picrel is two quotes about them.

>> No.25544930

Fish oil also contains vitamine D3. Vitamin D3 is proven to be important in you immune system fuction and recent reports say that it protects against COVID-19.

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To follow up on this it looks like Omega 9 fatty acids are healthy.
This is a good article in for unsaturated in general (Omega 3 and 6 are unsaturated): https://raypeat.com/articles/articles/unsaturatedfats.shtml
Here's a forum discussion where they think both are bad: https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/omega-3-vs-omega-6-pufa.19901/#post-271188
Picrel is two quotes about them.

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Tender Twos

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more paper

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>$1 in Silver today = 1/27th oz.

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Apparently Vitamin C megadosing and iron excess are related/might be a treatment? https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/megadosing-vitamin-c-increase-dhea-lower-cortisol.13492/post-390342
From the thread it seems like that much Vitamin C might not be a safe way to increase health. Could depend on your diet lifestyle etc.

>> No.25545233

Apparently Vitamin C megadosing and iron excess are related/might be a treatment? https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/megadosing-vitamin-c-increase-dhea-lower-cortisol.13492/post-390342
From the thread it seems like that much Vitamin C might not be a safe way to increase health. Could depend on your diet lifestyle etc.

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whenever fell scared or sad
alway rember happy day

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meant to post pic with last post. won't delete. here you go

>> No.25546028

Are we just going to ignore gold being absolutely unstoppable?

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120 bucks to ATH

>> No.25546289

And then next stop 3k

>> No.25546465

M&A season might be starting
>TORONTO, Jan. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ - Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (NYSE: AEM) (TSX: AEM) ("Agnico Eagle") and TMAC Resources Inc. (TSX: TMR) ("TMAC") announced today that they have entered into agreements pursuant to which Agnico Eagle has agreed to acquire all of the outstanding common shares of TMAC (the "Transaction") at a price of C$2.20 per share (the "Offer Price") in cash, which represents an increase of C$0.45 per share as compared to the offer price of C$1.75 offered by Shandong under the original Arrangement Agreement, as further described below.

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Europoor here, I want to buy one of those cool Gold Certificate Bills, but the info on the internet is quite scarce.

I do have a silver certificate (the one on the pic, except 1935) and why are there silver certificates that go from 1$ to 10$. Why do the gold certificates go form 10$ to 1000$?? Like, I thought only the 20$ bill would be redeemable for a gold coin and the 1$ for a silver coin.

Also why did some bills back then have the "Payable to the bearer on demand", and other bills didn't?

They are somewhat random questions but I haven't been able to find the answer and I'm dead curious

>> No.25548083

Bumping to prevent death.

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>100$ from gold ATH
Active it Moshe.

>> No.25548578

Someone make a new

>> No.25548983

Thanks for the info boys!

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Whoever bakes the next bread use this for OP image

>> No.25549176

Won't thread get pruned?

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I’ve gotta get an updated stack photo but this was from a couple months ago

>> No.25549595

Vitamin C allows your body to absorb iron more effectively, so it's a no-brainer there. Just don't consume a ton of iron in your diet and don't take supplements containing iron and you'll be fine (you'll probably be fine without doing this, but always exercise caution when doing meme shit). If you want to take a lot of vitamin C a day, just a gram in a few doses until you start to get the runs, your body will let you know when you've had "too much."

>> No.25549712

Please yes, anything but this crabbing.. Either make me rich or allow me to stack more, but not this....

>> No.25549734

I take fish oil made from fermented livers. Heat denatures the vitamins and makes the oil useless at best, and they add artificial vitamins in, which are undeniably bad. Also, those oils are often rancid, so they can cause severe health problems if eaten in the long run (cancer). It's a similar case with plant oils, that's why sunflower seeds can be healthy but sunflower oil isn't, because of the heat used in processing. Cold pressed is much better, but it's best unprocessed.

Another example: calcium from milk and food does not accumulate to excess in the body, but calcium from supplements does accumulate in blood vessels, and increases disease risk that way.

>> No.25549762

what brokers ur guys use
is iq option trustable

>> No.25549785

RBC Direct Investing

>> No.25549786

Egg whites must be cooked before they are eaten or you won't get much out of it, you can eat the yolks raw.

>> No.25549824

degiro (yuropoor here), it kinda look like shit but fees are the cheapest apparently.

>> No.25550430

cheapest for us stocks yep. Once you start buying penny stocks on frankfurt, you get assraped. I use it too, too lazy to change now.

>> No.25550459

Ass rape here and there is ok.

>> No.25550474

wow thats a major deal for TMAC, they werent looking so hot without that Chinese deal.

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