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>Bullion dealers
https://www.apmex.com/
https://www.boldpreciousmetals.com/
https://www.bgasc.com/
https://www.gainesvillecoins.com/
https://www.jmbullion.com/
https://www.providentmetals.com/
https://www.silvertowne.com/
https://sdbullion.com/
https://schiffgold.com/
https://goldsilver.com/
https://pinehurstcoins.com/
https://www.sprottmoney.com/
https://www.moneymetals.com/
https://monumentmetals.com/
https://www.goldenstatemint.com/
https://goldsilver.be/en/

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

>Compare
https://findbullionprices.com/

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

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

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

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

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

Additional /pmg/ resources and info--
https://pastebin.com/8HW6EdGt

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>> No.20116804

don't reply to tripfags

>> No.20116807
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/boomers/ report

>> No.20116816

FWTDHWAHQUD status-- {drinking a Sam Adams}

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>>20116807
The future is now old man

>> No.20116822

When copypasting the OP, please remember to remove the "[embed]", otherwise they stack up.

>> No.20116843

>>20116821
>striker drags your path

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>>20116780
Thanks anon, I always collected coins and knew about silver but I didn't take the stacking pill until probably last December, I think we'll have until mid 2021 until shit gets worse but what do I know, there's alot of instant reaction on here and sometimes it's overreaction like that day silver went to 18.40 last week, but I feel positive about us having more time

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>>20116807
>hell yeah
>got my $300 of silver
>got my snubnose (dirty harry had one of these bad boys)
>yep
>I'm ready for the apocolypse

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>>20116771
>>20116773
Sorry frens, but it goes too deep and it's too dark, i don't have the mental fortitude to start a 3 hours long expose about the occult teachings the Wachowski were given back then and how it influenced their lives, not at 5am and with 600mg of tramadol in the blood system. Maybe for another day. All i can say right now is the scenario for the movie wasn't from them. They are both extremely talented, but not to this extend. It was a modern revamp of gnostic mystery schools teachings they were given by members of a very special lodge.

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>>20116807
with my online purchase i made tonight finally over 400oz. or as the big boys like to say. 27.7tlbs

>> No.20116884

>>20116872
So you're saying there's a modern day mystery school based on the matrix?

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>>20116877
opps i said 27.7 tlbs when its really
27.7lbs
33.7tlbs

>> No.20116901

>>20116877
Very based anon congrats. I just hit 120
>>20116870
Dirty Harry had a Model 29 anon, every red blooded American knows that

>> No.20116910

>>20116580
>>20116477
>>20116595
>>20116657
>>20116350
>>20116257
This is the best I could find so far, 1 oz Silver Bar by Golden State Mint for $19.64 any quantity--
https://www.bgasc.com/product/1-oz-gsm-silver-bars-golden-state-mint-999-fine-silver-bullion/

Keep in mind that bgasc charges $7.95 for shipping.
Up until a few minutes ago they had some decent rounds for the same price, but it looks like those just sold out.

Good luck PM frens!
Let us know if you find any other good deals...

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>>20116870
>dirty harry had one of these bad boys
What would be the top3 /pmgbasedactors/ ?
I vote for :
- clint eastwood
- mel gibson
- pierce brosnan
100% catholic & irish origins, 100% tradition and family oriented, 100% redpilled on the kikes; 85% good movies, 0% dramaqueens and degenerate faggotry

>> No.20116919

>>20116337

these photos always make me smile... you and the other anime figure poster.

Thiiiiiis close to buying one too, but I cant seem to reconcile spending 100$ on a figure instead of some more OZ's

>> No.20116938

>>20116914
Sean Connery, obviously

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to the anon in previous thread >>20116751
i used to watch the Transpocalypse Now youtube channel before it got shoah'd, bitchute backup here https://www.bitchute.com/channel/4AIhT8SpAVoh/
my question for you is, do you have any other channels that you would recommend on this topic?

>> No.20117035

>>20117019
Check out robert sepher.

>> No.20117045

>2020
>he didn't just buy KTOV

https://stocktwits.com/symbol/KTOV

>latest PR

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1614744/000121390020016497/ea123760ex99-1_kitovpharma.htm

Debt free biopharma under $1 with a drug going to bring millions royalty revenue and two more drugs that are potential cancer fighting blockbusters.. what is there to lose??

>> No.20117063

>>20117035
Sepehr*

>> No.20117076

>>20117035
>>20117063
thank you tripfag

>> No.20117089

>>20116804
are you the guy who is constantly assblasted by that 49 guy or whatever his trip is? get a grip, I've had 2 interactions with that person and they were both pleasant. i really think you need to be medicated

>> No.20117097

Threadly reminder to filter all tripfags
Threadly reminder to filter all people who respond to tripfags
Reminder to filter all posters that even mention tripfags

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>>20117019
I don't even know the channel you are linking to me, but i randomly clicked on a vid and it reminded me a thread i made a while back on pol (before getting range IP banned for repeatedly breaking US federal laws (???)) explaining why fags are using a rainbow flag, and it to some point connect to the wachowski. So get a screencap of myself (that sound so egocentric lol).

>> No.20117110

Can someone explain to me why one should buy silver as a hedge against inflation instead of investing that money and allowing it to inflate (and potentially outpace inflation)? I don’t see how holding silver is more advantageous than holding traditional stocks and mutual funds. I know this is a retarded question but I trust you guys more than google search results.

>> No.20117114

>>20116821
That's a shit magic card. Try some power 9 for investment or reserve list especially after those main artists were fired

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>>20116910
If you're buying 13 bars or less, or if you just don't want those bars, GSM has Silver Eagle rounds and Walking Liberty rounds for $20.25--
https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-oz-GSM-Silver-Eagle-Round-999-Fine.html
https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-oz-walking-liberty-silver-round.html

Monument Metals has cybers for $20.08-$20.98 depending on quantity--
https://monumentmetals.com/asahi-1-oz-silver-round-1520.html

Bullion Exchanges has American Reserve rounds for $20.71-$21.71 depending on quantity--
https://bullionexchanges.com/1-oz-asahi-american-reserve-silver-round-999-fine

>> No.20117156

>>20117110
Precious metals are simply the most conservative way to conserve your wealth. They don’t go up quite the way stocks do, but neither do they go down for the most part.

Traditionally, gold and silver were regarded as a form of savings, very much distinct from investment in corporations or indeed speculative ventures of any kind.

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20117158

ello frens

im bored, please make fun of me for spending the equivalent to 33 ounces of silver (@ $18/oz) on two 2oz coins, pictured.

then shill me some more pretty coins

>> No.20117159

>>20117110
Hyperinflated money eventually becomes worthless, PMs carry value through hyperinflation. Stocks take the ride and company's go bankrupt.

>> No.20117162

>>20117114
P9 is outdated now lmao. Mtg has had it's first banning in legacy. The game is broken beyond repair. All that's left is to get your own pleasure out of the good memories you might have. I loved everything up until the 2014 border change, and that little card is overwhelmingly powerful in the right context.

>> No.20117180

>>20117110
Many of us see hyperinflation in the future or a complete collapse of the USD, so stocks wouldn't be the safest place for that.

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Great 4th of July bideos sdeeve
Gonna make somefin wif the salmon in the fridge
With rice, onion, red pepper, wayyy more hot pepper than is strictly healthy...
Shit's gonna be dank as fuck

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>>20117158
That's one of my favorite coins. If I had more money, I'd buy one. I think there were only 500 ever made though, so I'm guessing that by the time I get my stack in order, get my prep in order, and have enough disposable cash left over where I can justify the expense... it will be impossible to find one.
I say nice job picking one up, fren. It's a beautiful coin. There's a decent chance it will increase in value, too (shitstorm incoming lol).

>> No.20117342

>>20117156
>>20117159
>>20117180

Thanks. I’ve got a small collection >$1000 of silver and am just getting started. What ratio of of PM to stocks should I aim for?

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20117363

>>20117158
>shill me some more pretty coins

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>>20117363

>> No.20117422

>>20117363
>>20117401
where buy
>>20117336
this too

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>>20117401

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>>20117105
Btw that's why Baphomet is so important to them ; it doesn't represent Satan or a demon : it's an alchemic formula to become an elevated being. That's why baphomet have both an erect penis and woman breasts, he is the perfect middle junction between male and female. His masculine arm pointing toward the sky says 'solve' (disolve, the ejaculation) and the feminine arm pointing toward the ground (coagula, the seed growing, the womb).
Of course he also have goats legs to represent the animality of humans we must transcend. And how are you supposed to achieve it? By transmutating your semen to make it into a generative force, which are represented by the intertwined copulating snakes of the Hermes' caduceus around his penis, heading toward the cap. It's about tantric yoga and how to recycle your own semen into "magical powers".
But it's hiding another secret ; the serpents are eating the foreskin of baphomet. Hermes is only the greek version of Thot, the scribe of the ogdoad, the teacher and the father of all sciences and alchemy (Al-kemi). His secret name was Equilibrium, and he teached his hierophants about the secret of circumcision and how it could alter the brains of the child if performed during the first puberty -at the 8th day- by provoking an hypertrophy of the thyroid and a chemical inbalance of the suprarenals glands.
This secret is transmitted by the rabbis -originally the priests of the Osiris temple - since then.
At the other end of the legs, you paradoxically also have a goat-head, with a torch on top of it, it's the lucifer's teachings, the enlightened path, about self-discovery. The knowledge the gods left us, but we have to fight our inner demons to unveil them. Just under it you have the pentagram, the microcosmos, the quintessence. Used by the sect of the Pythagoricians as a tatoo to identify others initiates, all formed in Hermopolis by the Osiris priests, during the greek domination of Egypt during the ptolemaic period.

>> No.20117451

>>20117425
oof
where buy coin fren?

>> No.20117488

>>20117422
Oliwa Organ, 2,000 francs CFA
and
Epidaurus Greek Theatre
both by theMint of Poland

Good luck, fren!
Post pics if you buy 'em~

>> No.20117509

>>20117105
I don't think you need to create an alchemical union between the two energies to reach enlightenment.
>>20117447
Although it might be true what you say about the sexes part of Baphomet, I think the gesture you see here are actually some sort of communication.

>> No.20117512

>>20117110
Real estate and stocks are both overvalued as fuck so PMs are one of the few un-pozzed asset classes.

Happy 4th everyone God bless

>> No.20117519

>>20117447
What the philosophers were teached back then was the secret of the mystery schools. One was about the cycle of the precession of the equinoxes, and the other about the formation of the cosmos, the Aeons, the Demiurge, Sophia and the archons. Basically gnosticism, which will become the cornerstone of all the western secret religions. From the neoplatonicians to the templars, passing by the ashishins and the rose-croix, all used baphomet as a metaphore to see through the veil of the matrix, the fake reality imposed by the Demiurge upon humanity. And there is a formula to see past the matrix, that's what is teached in the matrix movie.
Here is the very shortened tldr, and what the jewish brothers wachoski had to transmit to the masses. It was their mission, but it goes far beyond that.

>> No.20117525

>>20117447
So these people are really fucking dudes lives up by cutting their foreskins off? It's not a meme?

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>>20117451
that's the Österreich 10 Euro 2007 Stift Melk by the Austrian Mint. Same mint that makes the Philharmonics. You can find them from $30-$300 depending on condition, proof, COA etc.

Be careful, only buy from sellers with reps and 100% positive feedback.

Good luck ,fren!
and of course, post pics~

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>>20117540
Also that coin is only 1/2 oz. Just so you know.

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>>20117425

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>>20117554

>> No.20117572

>>20117488
>>20117540
thanks fren
I'll post pics if i ever get my hands on these

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>>20117572
yw fren!

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>> No.20117624
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>>20117602

>> No.20117625

>>20117509
>I don't think you need to create an alchemical union between the two energies to reach enlightenment.
I don't think either, i just explain what the mystery schools are teaching to their upper level initiates. All i explained isn't my personal view of the world, only what i learned researching the matter.

>I think the gesture you see here are actually some sort of communication
It's really not, there are differents interpretation, but it mostly come down to the solar (heavenly/masculine) and lunar (terrestrial/feminine) principles. The moon represent the woman because it reflect the light of the sun (the man), the moon also control the waters, regulating the high and low tides. And the womb is the primal water giving life, that's not a surprise women's periods are in synchronicity with the moon cycles. She is the generative matrix hidden in the watery reeds, the wife and the daughter, Isis.
The man is the spirited half, the one free from the terrestrial shackles, unlike the woman. He is the radiating strenght, the one with a higher body temperature, his erect penis pointing toward the sky and inseminating the heavens. He's the father and the son, Osiris and Horus.

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How do I make sense of the badassness of Austria-Hungary coins versus the sinking suspicion that their empire exemplifies the inevitable fate of all multicultural states?

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>>20117636
OK that's enough pretty coin shilling for now.
I'll finish up with a beautiful coin that is actually easy to find and affordable (1.7%-2.4% premium).

>> No.20117689

>>20117625
Ahh, I didn't see the sun and lunar objects.
Yeah they represent the masculine and feminine principles.
But the stance of the creature also represents esoteric knowledge.
From rereading your posts, it seems like you have a small understanding of the concept of "enlightenment" as the kabbalistic Jews would've seen it as.
What other esoteric knowledge are you interested in.

>> No.20117706

>>20117509
And obviously the message baphomet is trying to convey at pointing both up and down is "as above, so below", meaning the macrocosme and the microcosme are identical and complementary, as are the man and the woman. But since that's esoterism 101, even exoterism 101, i suppose everybody here know this.

>> No.20117755

>>20117706
Yes. It's a very symbolic gesture. And it means more than just words.
Notice the flame protruding from his head.
Do you know what it means?
And what do these two depictions of symbolism signify?

>> No.20117768

>>20117689
That's extremely presomptuous coming from you lol, how could you presume this when there are several levels of comprehension? And i didn't even started to speak about the (false) rethoric of the kabbalah.

>> No.20117780

>>20117755
Yes i do, but do you?

>> No.20117804

That Texas Independence Centennial Half Dollar would make a great new reverse for the ASE.

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How many assassination contracts from formerly-well-to-do-housewives-turned-cyborg-contract-killers will this buy me in the year 2077?

>> No.20117826

>>20117768
Can you explain more on these two topics, the several levels of comprehension, are you referring to the different schools of thought on esotericism?
And what false rhetoric?
>>20117780
Yes, of course.

>> No.20117838

>>20117826
>Yes, of course.
Prove it then.

>> No.20117886

>>20117818
None because you didn't buy any LINK.

>> No.20117895

>>20117838
>Keter.
Answer my other questions if you want a decent esoteric discussion.

>> No.20117919

>>20117818
Depends on the target obviously.

Average mark, not a high ranking corp member or gang boss, easily 3-4 hits worth.

>> No.20117933

>>20117886
There are literally 120+ cryptofag shill threads you can post this in, you retarded wife beater.

>> No.20117954

>>20117895
No, you are doing literally 0 effort, i don't think you're able to have a decent esoteric discussion, nor that i'd learn anything from you.

>> No.20118004

>>20116445
>19 yo
> >1000 oz
I'm gonna buy a plot of land and build a house on it one day, then find a wife and have children with her there. We will survive on many acres of potatoes and livestock. Fuck this gay earth.

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>>20113973
seconding this. How many no-rockers can I smirk and gaze down upon with mocking satisfaction?

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Remember this boys

>> No.20118043

>>20117954
Ahh, I'm sorry you feel that way.
You might've.
If I can leave you with anything, know that the image depicting the creature contains a lot of esoteric symbolism. It's deep with understanding. Know that of all the symbolism depicted, the flame protruding from the beast's head is supreme above all of them.
The others are of little use for the learned man.

>> No.20118073

>>20118018
Yikes.

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>>20117886
Actually I literally liquidated a tiny bit of my LINK stack (~1%) a few days specifically to double my silver hoard during 4th sales. Still got 72k linkies safe in my Ledger.

Good job coming into threads you don't belong and flinging shit everywhere unprovoked like an epileptic baboon, though. I'd expect nothing less of a tripfag.

>> No.20118088

>>20118013
At least 99% of people in the west are no rockers, for sure. Most people would never consider having physical metals in their possession, they don't even carry cash, they don't even have any money in their debit account. They're all debtmaxxers with a constant credit card balance and paying off the minimum when they can.

>> No.20118091

>>20118013
At best you could have an educated guess, nothing more. Cryptos are easy to track down, hell they are mademostly for this (((purpose))). But it's basically impossible to know for silver. Hell, it would alrdy be a pain in the ass to know how much investment silver have been minted in the past 25 years. Imagine tracking back to several centuries, how many have been melted back down, how many have been lost, etc... So knowing how much ppl own and in which proportion is simply impossible. Hell we don't even know how much JPP morgan, a single entity, owns while several ppl are investigating it for years.

>> No.20118161

>>20118088
>debtmaxxers
I like this term, thanks anon.

>> No.20118208

You guys read this yet?
https://www.federalreserve.gov/monetarypolicy/fomcminutes20200610.htm
tdlr:
>Fed says no yield cap controls(for now), says yes to more QE, but also says monetary policy will be dictated by inflation

Fed admits inflation could become a problem, and will raise interest rates if it does(which of course will crash the market).

So.... Question is do you think they'll pretend hyper-inflation isn't happening like they do unemployment, or do they follow through with what they said(lol) and crash the everything bubble sooner than later?

>> No.20118249

>>20118088
I think they own silver to some extend, but not in the investment form as we do. Most middle class households have few silver jewels and some silverwares.
But yeah, that's pretty much it. Last year i finally conviced my dad to invest in PMs, and he really liked it so he tried to speak about it to his others normies boomers' frens (my dad is the normiest of all the normies). Not a single one of the others boomers he frequent have any PM. I find it quite worrisome, considering he and his frens are all part of the upper middle class. Most of them have a fucking boat they use like once a year at best, which is nothing but a liability, but none of them ever considered owning some gold.
And from my generation (30yo boomers), it's even worse, most don't even know investment silver exist and thought gold bars stopped to exist after the far west.
It's truly depressing to see them blissfully ignorant about the tonnes of shit looming over their heads and knowing they have literally 0 plan B.

>> No.20118284

>>20118208
They'll keep interest rates low as shit even as real inflation exceeds 10% and beyond. No one has the balls to do what Volcker did anymore. The results would be catastrophic. It would not surprise me if they bold face lied through their teeth about inflation being sub 3% even as every asset under the sun soars.

>>20118249
You gotta have a boat to lose your stack in a boating accident, fren. But really I feel like the crazy one. I'm 90% deep in inflationary/SHTF hedges, while my normie friends are all buying shit on credit or throwing it all into the stock market.

>> No.20118312
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>>20116877
>77
Hmm congrats.
Any Christian metals in there with those 7's?

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>>20118208
>our monetary policy will be dictated by inflation
They're a central reserve bank, their monetary policy is supposed to be dictated by the inflation and deflation by default. Its a statement that says nothing. The fact that they're buying up individual corporate bonds right now means that despite 0% interest rates to banks, the banks aren't making loans to the companies trying to die. Even when they hand out money for free, there's not enough liquidity to keep the gears greased without them just straight up adding shit debt to their books so companies can take more loans.

If the Fed is going to commit to being a backstop for corporate America, if they're also going to keep doing QE round infinity (instead of tapering liquidity like they said last month...), and if they really aren't going to do YCC, then things will crash in real terms. As soon as real bond yields get over 0.7%, the real estate and stock bubbles implode, and so do pensions, IRAs, 401ks, etc...

If they do YCC (maybe in the fall) then things soar in nominal terms but the dollar becomes increasingly worthless as money flows into an undeniably clownish market.

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>>20118208
>can't raise interests
>can't lower interests
>"well, i think we are really in the comfy zone at 0.6% right now :3" t. J powpow

I'll decypher this yddish babbling for you :
>"we will continue to change the methods of calculs for the inflation, like we recently did with the CPI, so this will never be an issue because soon inflation will take into account the prices of LED TVs, this way we can temporarly save the pensions/401k of all the stupid boomers by not crashing the markets, who make up the majority of the voting ppl as well as 95% of the elected representatives, who will do anything to secure their retirement pensions before leaving the hot potato to the next generation"

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>>20118284
Volcker was the brass-balled chainsaw wielding maniac we needed in the 1970s. He burned away all the malinvestment and paved a way to the boom of the 80s. I want a silver kilo with his face on it.

>> No.20118372

>>20118326
What does this mean for our gold and silver stacks? Will I make it with 290 oz of silver and 2 oz gold?

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>>20117818
You can kill any normie for 2 ounces. To kill a cooperate officer or assistant you'll be in the 75 to 120 ounce range. To get rid of a CEO, forget it, your broke ass can't afford it.

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>>20118284
>It would not surprise me if they bold face lied through their teeth about inflation being sub 3% even as every asset under the sun soars.
Of course it shouldn't, because that's exactly what they do since the 90's.
And technically they aren't lying, they just remove everything from the household medium basket of products who see price increase.
>bread and meat goes up? oust this shit, ppl can feed on carrots :^)
>electricity and gas goes up? oust this shit, ppl can technically use candles and walk :^)
>rents goes up? oust this shit, ppl can technically live under a tent :^)
>CD-Roms are going down? quick, add them to the median basket, the rolling stones' best of are vital to americans
>You see? Inflation's going down goyim!!

>> No.20118423

>>20118404
Depressingly true. If they pegged the inflation index to fucking houses, health care and education the dollar would look 3x more devalued relative to 1970 than it does right now.

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>>20118404
I feel like that doesn't fly as much as it used to though, at least in the US where everyone's favorite pastime is to bitch about how expensive live is. Sure you can keep printing that consumer goods aren't inflating rapidly, be some normies make a collage of bread prices nationwide, puts it on 'mommy' faceberg groups, and that shit takes off on its own. And its not like other financial interests will get fooled by this if they use it as a talking point about how good the economy is.

>> No.20118500

>>20118434
Normies are too retarded and will blame rising prices on Jeff Bezos if instructed to, or will just get distracted by another IRL flamewar.

>> No.20118514
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I think I'm addicted to buying silver dimes. They're always affordable, which ensures that even when I'm down to my last $10 or less, I can still afford to buy them. Plus, I've never heard of silver dimes being faked, so unlike so many other coins, you can buy them on eBay worry-free. They really stack up faster than you think, too.

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>>20118434
>I feel like that doesn't fly as much as it used to though
It surely don't, because the average middle-aged housewife don't listen to (((economists))) claiming inflation is at 2.1%. But every single week she have to go to the mall, and she sees the prices are going up rapidly.
I read some article a while back, where they used the 60's inflation's methods of calculs for the cost of living in the US. Ie something like the 50 most bought items (mostly food) + rents + energy.
With the old methods the current inflation rate is around 6-7%. Which is astronomical. But when you think about it, yeah, that's what happened. Hopefully all the high-tech and manufactured stuff prices went down dramatically the past 30-40 years. Remember the price of retroprojectors in early 2000's? It was around $3K, now it's $70. Or the computers, cellphones, USB-keys...
Holy fuck, do you remember DVD burner when it was a novelty? This shit was worth $2K. Now that's 5 bux, and integrated in every laptop (and no one use them anymore).
This is how the cost of living was temporarly kept down. But we now reached the limit, we are already at the absolute bottom in term of margins for high-tech stuff, it can't go lower, so we feel the difference when the food/electricity goes up, since there is nothing to compensate anymore.

>> No.20118535

>>20117110
Because stocks and anything else you invest in will potentially become worthless
All stocks are a big gamble right now
Safest thing is investing in land (even a gamble right now but it'll still be worth something) and precious metals
No stocks are safe

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>>20117886
42's mystic autism made me sympathize with LINK and its bagholders but now I cringe at the mere thought of LINK thanks to you

>> No.20118563
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20118563

>Asahi Cyber round
>Asahi American Reserve round

Which one do I get? Both are close in price. AR is mine and made in the USA, naturally proof like on the back, nice design on both sides. The cyber round has meme status though, neat pattern on the back and is cheaper.

>> No.20118581

>>20118563
American reserve's looks way bette-
>cyber is cheaper
go for cyber.

>> No.20118583
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20118583

Please explain to me why I shouldn't invest in palladium
It is by far the rarest of precious metals
More rare then even platinum and far more rare than gold
It's used in numerous industrial applications and even in jewelry
I cant see a single good reason why palladium isn't a good alternative to gold

>> No.20118593

>>20118563
Where/when did this "Cyber round" meme come from?

>> No.20118613

>>20118581
American Reserve is $11 more for the tube. I guess if I get the cyber, I can buy half ounce of silver

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>>20118404
What they actually do is just decrease the amount you're buying and keep the exact same price (or raise it very slowly until you're comfortable with the new price so you don't notice)
Every single year doritos party size gets smaller
They've been reducing how many chips by a few grams for decades now

>> No.20118623

>>20118583
Gold and to a lesser extent silver were used as money for so long that ordinary people value them almost a century after they were demonetized.

Nothing can compete with that kind of recognition. It's not that there won't always be someone who wants your palladium, it's that the market for it is smaller. Which perhaps doesn't matter to you, but it is a potential downside.

>> No.20118646

>>20118583
because its not the rarest

>> No.20118650

>>20118583
>It is by far the rarest of precious metals
that's actually a no bueno, bro. Imagine miners find a giant mine full of palladium? It would crash the prices with no survivors.
Also palladium's price chart doesn't look really appealing, it's on a sharp decline since a decade now, but it's 100% industrial use, so there's something going up.
I'll tell you what i did to another anon who asked the same about plat yesterday : investigate on WHY it's going down so hard since so long. For silver and gold it's easy : it's shorted and ETFs manipulated as all fuck on the comex.
But not plat and pall, so... why? Better extraction methods? Replaced with others metals in industrial applications? New mining spots found a decade ago?
Do some digging.

>> No.20118658

>>20118646
It is though
At least out of the big 4

>> No.20118686

>>20118658
Its 3 times more common that platinum according to
ABUNDANCE OF ELEMENTS IN THE EARTH’S CRUST AND IN THE SEA, CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
Also theres like 5 other platinum group elements that are much rarer than both pt and pd

>> No.20118689

>>20118650
It's not going down though
Palladium has been pretty steady aside from the giant spike in price this year
If you ignore that and look at the last 10 years it's steadily been going up
And I highly doubt theyre gonna find a ton of palladium anywhere not anymore then they would gold
In fact it's less likely that would happen for palladium then gold

>> No.20118695

>>20118686
https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/palladium.asp
According to this it's 30 times more rare than gold

>> No.20118705
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>>20118614
True, but this is on the producer/seller's end. It's not the FED asking Doritos to lower the content so they can keep up with low inflation rates.
It often have to do with the emplacements' negociations on the shelves with the malls (if you rise up the prices the mall's franchise will give less visibility to your product for example, or straight out stop to buy it), and with psychologic prices (pack of chips sold at $1.99 for example, they could put it at $2.15 but the average customer will reach for another brand of chips at $1.99 because they feel like paying $1 instead of $2, so they prefer to remove 5 chips from the packs and keep it at 1.99).

Btw everytime you guys see a "NEW FORMULA" or "NOW TASTIER" on your packaging, it's jew-speak to say "LESS CONTENT" or "WE REMOVED AN INGREDIENT".

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>>20118284
>Volcker
He was a giant as well

>> No.20118746

>>20118689
going up so hard*
damn, sorry, i mixed up plat and pall, i'm really tired. I thought it was weird because i know palladium don't interest me at all because it looks like it alrdy mooned and can't go up any higher. It's only based on the chart and basic retarded speculator mindset of mine, but when i see a chart making a giant green dildo for 5 years, my peepee recoil.
But it may be the deal of the century, i truly have no idea.
Maybe check on internet if you can find new techs potentially needing pall in the future, if so it's probably a good idea.

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20118757

Are there any coin stores in Manila, Philippines? All I see are over priced silver eagles selling for 40$

>> No.20118760

>>20118705
>Btw everytime you guys see a "NEW FORMULA" or "NOW TASTIER" on your packaging, it's jew-speak to say "LESS CONTENT" or "WE REMOVED AN INGREDIENT".
Lmao I hate this stuff
Lucky charms literally just shrinks and expands their marshmallows over and over and markets it as new and exciting
>NEW BIG MARSHMALLOWS
>.... NEW BITE SIZED MARSHMALLOWS
Kid me was pretty mad when he realised that the lucky charms moons were no bigger than before
Then there's trix changing their puffs back and forth to circles and fruits and acting like it's new every time

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20118767

Reminder if you don't hold it you don't own it.
>British Court Refuses To Release Venezuelan Gold To Maduro
https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/british-court-refuses-release-venezuelan-gold-because-uk-recognizes-juan-guaido

>> No.20118772

>>20118746
Yeah that's what I'm trying to do
But imo catalytic converters are more than enough for demand to vastly outweigh scarcity for the foreseeable future
At least once corona is gone

>> No.20118797

>>20118740
>Chad 6.8ft episcopalian servitor of Christ, saver of US economy, showing to two talmudic, Moloch serving, shrimp dicked, 5.1ft kikes scammers goblins the exit, circa 1995, colorized

>> No.20118811

>>20118695
Rhenium is 21-22 times rarer than palladium and is irreplaceable in rhenium superalloys for jet engine turbines and yet its cheap as fuck by comparison. Rarity doesnt necessarily mean its worth a lot.

>> No.20118818

>>20118772
I wouldn't bet my shirt on this one, pal. Diesel engines are getting outlawed all over europe, and a lot of countries are aggressively pushing the cars' manufacturers toward the muh green energy kikery.
Imho it's bound to fail, it's just for the show, but i know that in my country they plan to forbid the access of non-electric cars in big downtown cities in a few years.

>> No.20118830

>>20118593
Unironically, my wife made a joke. I posted about it here, now everyone calls them cyber rounds.

>> No.20118832

>>20118811
Redpill us on the rhenium. Should we go all in?

>> No.20118848

>>20116872
2023

>> No.20118863

>>20118830
can you please ask my wife to come back home?

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>>20118832
I bought a little bit of it. You will pay way over "spot price" because its so rare theres no real market or spot price.

do not buy any melted rhenium ingots. they are useless for industrial purposes, If you really must have some buy the hydrogen sintered pellets. Its dull and grey and not very exciting to look at. And its difficult as fuck to find anywhere to buy it

>> No.20118877

>>20118863
She said fuck off. We are watching Lindsay Ellis videos.

>> No.20118914

>>20118767
Why did they refuse?

>> No.20118915

>>20118818
Platinum was sold out on virtually every bullion site after March. Supply has recovered but it was interesting how hard it was to find for a while there.

>> No.20118969

>>20118797
kekked, Greenspan's kike form is so true to the stereotype. Isn't there a word for that anyway?

>> No.20118983

>>20118969
Eugenics

>> No.20119040

>>20118875
Unironically go all in on cesium and rubidium.

>> No.20119046
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>>20118434
>some normies make a collage of bread prices nationwide, puts it on 'mommy' faceberg groups, and that shit takes off on its own.
I already tried to get /biz/ to help me with this but to no avail, at least to my knowledge anyway. I'm gonna go back this October and record all the data, and post it here, along with the data from last October, in a digital text format.

>> No.20119062

>>20118757
I've heard that people sell Philippines junk silver at spot in Manila, I don't know where though.

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>>20119040
Are you the anon that was trying to redpill /pmg/ on those two before? Talking about some super secret gubmint or military applications?

>> No.20119111

>>20119040
why?

>> No.20119117

>>20118811
Because demand isn't high enough.
Simple
Demand outweighing supply is what creates value
Find a single thing that is highly in demand and yet scarce and isn't very expensive
Pro-tip: you can't

>> No.20119195

>>20119040
Rubidium is more common than copper, I dont have a warehouse

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>>20119040
>rubbindium

>> No.20119487

>>20119111
>why?
>>20119077
Because these digits don't lie

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>>20116872
provide a redpill pastebin amd we add it to the op.

>> No.20119856

>>20117110
Money printing (inflation) decreases the discount rates on stocks before anything else happens, causing there value to go up. The future gains in stocks will be mainly from more printing. You can get that same amount of protection from gold and silver without taking risks on businesses. And if there is actual hyperinflation the economy is fucked and you would much rather have AG and au then stocks

>> No.20119915

>>20118740
Still, hold some treasury puts. PM's will tank if Powell does the right thing. It's good insurance

>> No.20120089

>>20117097
very based
>>20118004
absolutely based
>>20118080
based

i had that dream again /pmg/, we were bartering with silver coins
even U.S constitutional silver coins were recognized and used here in europe

anyways, looks like you've made a quality thread while i was sleeping. gonna put on some coffee before enjoying it

>> No.20120356

>$10 face value bag of constitutional silver from silvergoldbull cost $152.51
>norwegian customers pay $201.21 plus shipping
>single mercury dime cost $2.36
reeeeeee

>> No.20120611

>>20120356
>wow these premiums are really low, let me lose all the money I just saved in shipping
just order from krauts

>> No.20120656

>>20120611
>just order from krauts
do kraut shops sell U.S consitutional silver?
i normally only stack sealed tubes of phillys for investment, just wanted some nice U.S constitutional coins to fondle and keep in a small treasure box

>> No.20120707

>>20120656
there isn't an abundance of them in yurop, but they are there, you just have to dig hard

>> No.20120783
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>>20118514
>I've never heard of silver dimes being faked
>you can buy them on eBay worry-free
Anon, I...

>> No.20120845
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>>20120783
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/component/k2/item/56-us-90-silver-mercury-dime-1918

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>>20120845
https://www.fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

>> No.20121095

>>20117602
>>20116794
beautiful coins
beautiful

>> No.20121391
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>>20120356

overpaying?
https://www.herobullion.com/junk-90-silver-coins/

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>>20121391
is that place legit?

>> No.20121517

Anons I am slowly convincing my boomer father to buy silver. Unfortunately he bought 21toz from some rando that has yet to arrive at spot and I keep telling him it’s probably fake. He has 10k oz in etfs....

I am slowly red-pilling him on buying kilo bars from reputable dealers but it is like trying to teach a cat how to fetch. Anyone else have this problem with their boomer fathers? I want him to not die penniless and he is wealthy in fake Jew bucks for the moment.

>> No.20121523

>>20121442

Not sure yet. I order 10 face of junk and they sent me the tracking number the next day. Once I get it I will report back.

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>>20117653
I buy them for under 0.5% premium in Austria :-)

>> No.20122026

>>20121517
I told my boomer father to buy silver and he pulled out a couple ancient 100 Oz bars to mog on me.

>> No.20122035

>>20122026
jeh heh heh, based Dad

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>> No.20122114

>>20122026
lol what a Chad

>> No.20122199

>>20122045
edgey
>not even bismuth has the many edges
>edgemaster

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>>20116794
easy like Sunday Morning

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>>20121758
>>20122045
Under 0.5% premium? Holy moly, that's what, $8-$9 over spot?
Wish we could get 100 Coronae for that price over here. If I ever get to vacation in Austria...
Nice stack, fren.

>> No.20122503

>>20118080
Nice larp

>> No.20122531

>>20122503
Shill your kike coins elsewhere.

>> No.20122541

>>20122531
D:

>> No.20122579
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>>20122371
I love that style of jar, be great for gold dust. Hows everyones morning? Been busy again with looking for that Au.

>> No.20122690

>>20122579
Going good, probably not as cool as yours.

>> No.20122726
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>>20122371
pretty much so, its the cheapest coin you can buy, often times lower in premium than 250g gold bars
Wiener Philharmoniker and Maple Leaf 1oz have 1.5-2.5% premium so I never got a chance to buy one.

>> No.20122852

>tfw couldn't convince my mom to put 10% of her cash stack into PMs
at least i tried. she got her fair warning. not sharing my stack when shtf

>> No.20122866

>>20122852
what are you going to leave her on the street?
at the mercy of the mercury dime holders?

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>>20122866
nobody is going to waste merc dimes on my mom

>> No.20122932

>>20122887
Can she do dishes/cook? Id pay her for those services.

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>>20122887
wh-what about your sister?

>> No.20122981

>>20121391
won't ship outside U.S

>> No.20123001

>>20122932
yeah she's an excellent cook. always able to make amazing dishes with whatever is in the fridge/pantry
>>20122938
i'd probably buy and give her staple foods but not muh silver

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20123070

so i was just searching for info on HeroBullion and turned up this 2019 article form last year saying JMBullion bought/acquired Provident Metals
interesting factoid is all. in never would have guessed it.

interesting. Don't know if it means advantage or disadvantage to any of us, but it would seem that when we buy from either JMBullion or Provident Metals, we are essentially buying from the same company

I have bought PMs from both of them in the recent past and been pleased every time

>> No.20123130

>>20123070

On my order, it says the package was shipped from Princeton Texas, which is just outside of Dallas.

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>>20122852
Buy her some anyway, fren.
Give her silver for every birthday, Mother's Day, Christmas etc from now until the shtf. Buy her frilly decorative silver if you have to. Whatever it takes to get her excited (or at least on board) re PMs.
She gave you life, and (I assume) raised you.

Sometimes you have to save those you love, even from themselves.
Just my opinion, fren.

>> No.20123222

>>20123145
>Sometimes you have to save those you love, even from themselves.
yeah thats one belief.
but also, you cant fix people. they have to fix themselves
you could spend your whole life and alot of time and money trying to help people and they just keep going back to unproductive self limiting and destructive habits

>> No.20123267

>>20122887
Just let her live in your basement as a reversal Boomer NEET.

>> No.20123291
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>>20122887

>> No.20123375

>>20123267
But make sure she goes out and gets a job to pay rent to you, like boomers did to their kids.

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>>20122579
Just woke up, feelin well rested. Do you normally take weekends off or just work when you can work and not treat saturday/sunday different from the rest of the week?

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>>20123222
>you could spend your whole life and alot of time and money trying to help people and they just keep going back to unproductive self limiting and destructive habits
This is often true.
However, a few things--
- It's not ALWAYS true. Sometimes you can help others see the light, and be that positive force that helps them help themselves. Or just save their ass in their time of need.
- With a few exceptions, I give extra leeway to family. Especially someone's mother. Assuming she wasn't some junkie failure, she gave birth to him, fed him, clothed him, bathed him then taught him to do all those things for himself. Housing, school supplies, love and encouragement, comfort and advice... it's really amazing what a mother does for her children. Buying her some silver is nothing in comparison.
- Even if she wasn't that great of a mother, be an example for your own children. They learn how to treat people from how they see you treat people. When they see you taking good care of your parents, hopefully they will take good care of you if you ever need it.
- Sometimes it is difficult, sometimes the person is toxic. Then the trick is to find a balance, help them as much as you can while still being healthy, taking care of yourself.
- The exception would be if the person is SO toxic that you absolutely cannot help them without them dragging you down into negativity. In that extreme case, you might have to cut ties. Regrettable.

TL;DR
That's your Mom, she changed your diapers. Take care of her if you can.
Unless she's just too toxic. If so, do what you can for her, then cut ties and be healthy.

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Does anyone have experience with SD bullion customer service? I need to change the payment method and just use a debit card instead of a wire transfer. Gonna call them tomorrow, figure it shouldn't be an issue

>> No.20123620

>>20123558

costs more to buy with a card

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>>20123620
Yeah besides that am I going to get jewed with an additional fee as well on top of that?

>> No.20123850

>>20123479
yeah yeah. i'll buy staple foods but i won't share muh silver

>> No.20123894

>>20123652
I couldnt find anything on it. Their ToS say that if you pay with PP or a CC the payment has to be made immediately but I feel like youre request is perfectly reasonable.

>> No.20123990

>>20123558
Not SD, but I accidentally selected bank wire instead of echeck with APMEX once, and I called them to change it. They changed it for me over the phone easy enough and charged me immediately, but took an additional two weeks to bother to even ship it. I think I’ll primarily stick with SD, JM, and Provident from now on.

>> No.20124019

>>20123990

twice apmex shipped it two days after the purchase instead of one day later. both times they sent me a 10 dollar off any 100 dollar purchase.

based as fuck if you ask me

>> No.20124064

>>20123408
I work when I can work, I am waiting for a client right now in Wells, doing commission work again til my ground drys out again.

>> No.20124100

>>20124019
Maybe I’ll reach out to them. Thanks.

>> No.20124162

>>20124064
So even after the rain you have to wait a while to be able to work the ground again?

>> No.20124201

>>20124064
That sounds real chill. How do you get the commission work? Just word of mouth?

>> No.20124203

>>20124162
we had 3 days of incredible down pour again, its blows. Everything is saturated. Big part of BC is on flood watch right now.

>> No.20124233

>>20124201
mostly word of mouth, but often its through other connections. I think this ones another young guy and his gf wanting to find a claim. There running late though, we were suppose to be out and about already.

>> No.20124255

>>20124203
Damn, stay safe. One time I was in Alabama and it rained for a week, afterwards when it dried up I found a full arrowhead. It would be pretty cool to be able to walk around after a rain and pluck some nuggets. I remember you said you found one when you had a lunch break in the middle of the woods or whatever.

>> No.20124282

>>20123291
not sure what you meant by this

>> No.20124415

>>20124203
is Canada a good place to move to of a person loves the rains, and green forests?
how hard is it for a burger to move to Leaf land?

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>> No.20124473

>>20124449
I love the cross...

>> No.20124530

>>20116910
Thats actually the best deal I've seen in over 6 months, but then again I'm not constantly checking g other sites.

>> No.20124553

>>20122026
unequivocally based

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>>20124473
who doesnt

>> No.20124577

I realize the premium on 1/2 oz or even 1/4 oz silver is outrageous, but given that most of your regional areas we are posting from do NOT hold silver I am considering buying a large stack of both 1/2 oz & 1/4 oz sipver coins.

Its going to be not only cumbersome & time consuming as well as eating up material resources to try & cut your 1oz silver peices up when exchanging silver for goods or goods for silver.

Where are my fractional stackimg bros at?

>> No.20124606

>>20124565
yep. You're indeed abused cross bro.

>> No.20124725

>>20124606
I bought those coins when they were under 2% premium, nowadays you hardly see the Vreneli under 6% otherwise i would add one or two

>> No.20124740

>>20124577
>fractional stackimg bros at?
constitutional silver, halves dimes, quarters,, thars my fractional silver

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>>20124577

fractional you say?

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>>20124577
There used to be a welcome deal on monument metals that gave fractional for super cheap. That's where I got these.

>> No.20124938

>>20124916
Nice.
I'd welcome that deal, if you know what I mean.

>> No.20124950

>>20116807
silver krugs....very nice

>> No.20125009

>>20124415
its actually a pain the ass to immigrate here, I dont know all the details, thats not something I ve ever really looked into, but I know it can be a chore to become a permanent resident here.

>> No.20125074

>>20125009
ah, bummer. i love the weather, the scrnery, the climate, flora and fauna, the geography and the landscape of Canada.
i have it pretty good here in the US, all things considered. but i always loved Canada and always fancied the notion of possibly moving there some day.

>> No.20125176

>>20120783
Counterfeiters should really just be straight up boiled to death
in lava in minecraft.

>> No.20125209

>>20125074
>love the weather, the scrnery, the climate, flora and fauna,
Just move to Alaska?
Pretty much the same thing

>> No.20125231

>>20125009
How will the new gun ban affect your career? Dont you guys need to carry out in the wilderness?

>> No.20125241

>>20125209
>Just move to Alaska?
yeah, actually that's my plan. because that climate and scenery is a big part of my priorities

>> No.20125360

>>20124820
Be careful and go through your Kennedy halves. Only 1964 is going to be 90% silver. 1965-1970 are only 40% silver, so I hope you didn't pay full Constitutional prices for them.

>> No.20125382

Coming over from /smg/ and I’m also into real estate. I’m seeing a pop in metals soon from all this pricing.

I did the math and I’m looking to buy about 10oz of gold and 1000oz of silver as I see it being more undervalued than gold.

Once real estate dumps I’m looking to sell it and go into that.

How hard are the shiny rocks to sell? Will I get anywhere close to the premium that I paid when I try at sell?

>> No.20125433

>>20125360

all my halves i found in the wild. thanks though

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>>20122026

>> No.20125481

>>20125241
Nice. I only went to Alaska for a little while but I loved it when I was there
It's probably one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Plus the economy is good
People are kinda ugly though for the most part

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>>20125473
RULE BRITANNIA

>> No.20125538

>>20125382
You can either sell them to established online bullion vendors or a local coin shop. You will recoup very little, if any, of the premium you pay and receive spot price.

>> No.20125621

>>20122887
Anon are you ugly?

>> No.20125645

>>20125382
best places to sell will give you 95-99% of spot price, dont expect to recoup premiums, you might get an extra $ for AE/Maples but I wouldnt bet on it.

That being said its extremely easy to sell, bring it in, they hand you cash or cheque, just shop around to find the place that gives you the most bang for your buck.

Private sales will get you more $ and are super easy too.

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>>20125481
There are some downsides to the place, namely high daily expenses, an irritating time zone, and the increasing threat from both russia and china with regards to the arctic ocean.
Also gonna post these again because they're just beautiful. Exorbitantly priced, but incredibly pretty. Just like the rest of the place.

>> No.20125724

>>20123479
>Even if she wasn't that great of a mother, be an example for your own children. They learn how to treat people from how they see you treat people. When they see you taking good care of your parents, hopefully they will take good care of you if you ever need it.
It's not exactly an equal example. If you treat your bad mother (abusive, neglectful, whatever the case may be) with love and care, the message that eventually gets across to your children is that you treat bad people with love and care, and so you're spineless.

>> No.20125739

>>20125645
Hmmm crazy how they are charging $2 over spot now, must be in very short supply or is that typical?

If I’m thinking silver will be 40-50+ then $2 now isn’t a huge deal, but still a 10% mark up seems crazy. That’s typical for silver or gold?

>> No.20125798

>>20125739
remember "spot price" is related to paper silver, and almost completely unrelated to physical PM supply/demand price discovery

>> No.20125832

>>20117342
Whatever you want. You can always sell your stocks but you can't sell them if the gov makes selling illegal because of a crash or you said a bad word on the internet and now your assets are being seized. I think most people here see America becoming a total shithole and use that logic, if you don't then don't go heavy in pm.

>> No.20125835

>>20125798
Valid point. Hard to get used to the real world values when I’m used to paper assets like stocks and real estate.

Thanks for taking the time anons.

Here’s to $5000 gold soon and a return to the 12-1 silver/ gold ratio

>> No.20125926

>>20125739
if you buy 100$ of silver, vs 100$ of gold, you will pay more in premiums on the equal $ amount of silver.

Premiums also vary on location, in canada maples are cheaper then eagles, in US eagles are cheaper then maples and so on.

You are likely better off buying the cheapest silver you can get so long as it isnt 40%.

>> No.20125949

>>20125926
Hmmm interesting point, what’s the best way to buy 1000oz of silver?

>> No.20126022

>>20125949
ten 100 oz bars

>> No.20126063

>>20126022
False. 1 monster box, 4 100 oz bars, and 100 generic rounds.

>> No.20126183

>>20125949
Lowest price per oz, but smaller denominations are easier to liquidate, you get discounts buying 100 oz bars, but also they sell for less.
>>20126022
Right now, there is 5$ or less difference between buying 100x1 oz coins vs 1x100oz bars, go with the coins/rounds

>> No.20126203

>>20125949
also shop around, you may find some really good deals on constitutional silver at LCS or estate sales, most online dealers give discounts on bulk buys or have sales, just buy 1000oz of whats on sale.

>> No.20126262

>>20125433
Oh sweet. A fellow coin roll hunter then, huh? I just haven't been able to get any boxes recently thanks to this fake coin shortage.

>> No.20126324

>>20126063
False. No way is best way.

>> No.20126331

>>20126324
False. This is the way

>> No.20126612

>>20125231
I ll answer this bluntly, so many people open carry with all manner or ordinance in the wilderness here it makes basically zero difference what the law says. It fucks us legal people from buying some things, but people already have those banned guns, and will use them anyway, law be dammed.

>> No.20126674

>>20124820
>>20124740
That makes sense.
A general chart may have to be posted again in towns when the heat dies down after a collapse else not many people will know what coins contain silver or how much for that matter.
>>20124916
Would be nice.

>> No.20126699

>>20118514
>>20120783
i'm pretty sure its to late for that anon, i wouldn't be surprised if over half his stack is fake

>> No.20126727

>>20126699
Nice digits, but it is time for new thread.

>> No.20126826

>>20126727
We haven't even hit 300 posts yet in this one, calm down over there.

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>>20126727
damn those were nice digits, i feel bad for that anon lol

>> No.20126935

Bros I got 70 5oz batbois awhile back and it looks like they are selling at over 15% of what I bought them on ebay. If I want to sell some today, and they are selling at 132 on ebay, how much could I get at a coin shop? And could I liquidate them at a decent price using garbage like reddit? I wanna avoid using ebay.

>> No.20126973

>>20126935

they are for sale on jm bullion for 120 each.

>> No.20126992

>>20126973
I'm just wondering if I could sell them near that price at a local shop. I think they'll go up a bit more than silver price itself so I copped them, I'm just worried about getting a fair price without using some shitty site.

>> No.20127021

>>20126935
well first i would suggest you test them, because the majority of stuff on ebay and reddit are fake.
then if they actually turn out to be real. i would say a coin shop would give you spot for them. reddit will give you more but they're a bunch of morons so do business at your own risk

>> No.20127049

>>20127021
Got them from apmex. Guess I'll have to find some redditors with good history to start liquidating them too, I'll probably wait a few months to see if they get higher.

>> No.20127070

Frens, I'm going to try to move my Mom's cash position in her IRA to gold miners. Looking to buy Schiff's gold fund because they've been able to keep up with gdx in a low alpha/volatility environment (after fees) over the past 5 years, so they should destroy it if pms keep spiking. Any anti-boomer jedi mind tricks I should know about?

>> No.20127071

>>20126612
knew you were based... fuck the grabbers

>> No.20127411

>>20127070
Why not buy physical gold

>> No.20127479

>>20127411
PITA in an IRA. I mean I could buy aaau with it, but I'd rather have some greater leverage on it since it's only like 12.5% that I'm looking at moving. Already moved from total stock market to sphq on domestic shares. The younger baby boomers can't handle much more than I'm suggesting here

>> No.20127505

>>20124820
>>20124577
could I call APMEX or others and exchange say, 2 one-hundred oz bars for equivalent value in junk silver quarters?

>> No.20127522

>>20125382
/smg/
Soggy Metals General

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>>20125835
>12-1 silver/ gold ratio
I would coom hard dont get me wrong, but when was the last time it stayed under 20 for more than like a year?

>> No.20127593

The order I'm gonna enter on Scottsdale is $0.98 short of the $500 free shipping limit. fuck this

>> No.20127664

>>20127593
Your shipping time is going to be like 2 months anyway

>> No.20127666

>>20127593

get one copper coin

>> No.20127671

>>20127593
Just order a 1 ozt bar

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>The order I'm gonna enter on Scottsdale is $0.98 short of the $500 free shipping limit. fuck this

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>>20125724
Of course, anon, I agree. That's when points 4 and 5 would kick in.
>Sometimes it is difficult, sometimes the person is toxic. Then the trick is to find a balance, help them as much as you can while still being healthy, taking care of yourself.
>The exception would be if the person is SO toxic that you absolutely cannot help them without them dragging you down into negativity. In that extreme case, you might have to cut ties. Regrettable.
I stand by my point, teach by example. In this case, you'd be teaching your kids how to deal with an abusive/neglectful mother (or anyone, really).
Model compassionate behavior balanced with healthy boundaries. Be as good and kind to her as you are able while still taking care of yourself, I.E. not being spineless or an enabler. It's tricky, but it can usually be done. In those cases where it can't then model healthy boundary behavior and cut ties.

>TL;DR
>That's your Mom, she changed your diapers. Take care of her if you can.
>Unless she's just too toxic. If so, do what you can for her, then cut ties and be healthy.

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>>20127593
Scottsdale has
lots of cool stuff, just order an extra coin.

>>20127664
Yup, took 2 months for me.

>> No.20127797

>>20127593
Grave 2 coin protectors

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>>20127739
accurate
>>20127790
I ordered a Maple. Actually cheaper than their in house rounds...

Only reason I ordered from them was to get this beauty for my Dad's birthday. Excited for my first 10 oz stackers

>> No.20127859

>>20122026
GMI

>> No.20127876

>>20127804
>>20127804
>>20127804

>> No.20127900

>>20117653
That's not the way you do Roman numbers.

>> No.20127947

>>20127876

not pmg and not even time to make a new thread.

>> No.20128013

>>20127947
Never said it was a new thread :^)

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>what did kikes mean by this?

>> No.20128121

>>20128063
looks fake and gay

>> No.20128161

>>20126699
Eh, I doubt it. It's really only the key dates that are faked. If he sticks to the junk dates, he's good.

>> No.20128227

>>20128121
>ur gay

https://www.usdebtclock.org/

>> No.20128254

>>20128227
https://www.usdebtclock.org/current-rates.html

Weird there is two different ones.

>> No.20128282

>>20128227
>>20128254
Why are there 2 different clocks and why does one go to 2024?

>> No.20128286

>>20128254
huh, never seen that one before

>> No.20128305

>>20128286
Weird right?

I’ve been looking at this every other week about and this is the first time I’ve seen the “to 2024”.

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>>20128063
>$70,560 Au : $8,508 Ag
is this trying to say we're going all the way to 8:1 Ag:Au? Holy fuck bros is this true? I thought 30:1 was cheap for silver considering its barely been there the past century

>> No.20128352

>>20128305
>>20128286
>>20128254
>>20128282
It's a future estimate based on current rates of spending etc.

>> No.20128358

>>20128334
5:1

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>>20127900
I know what you mean, it kinda activates my OCD too.
I've made my peace with it though, partially because I love the design so much.
It's modelled after the original coins from ~100 years ago. They all used similar formatting.
Apparently it's accepted, known as "atypical Roman numerals".
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:MDCCCCXV_(numeral)

https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Atypical_Roman_numerals

pic related

>> No.20128389

>>20128352
>It's a future estimate based on current rates of spending etc.
I know that but this would imply the G/S ratio changes drastically like this anon says >>20128358

>> No.20128394

>>20128282
2024 is when the interest payments on debt become larger than the entirety of tax revenue received

>> No.20128397

Prices open in 10 minutes boys. Despite the lack of good sales, I decided to add a good chunk to my stack this weekend.

In fact, it was the suspicious lack of good sales that convinced me to so so.

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>>20127834
Being good to your dad, well done fren!
I got my dad a coin from them too (not as nice as yours though). That's a beautiful coin, and a fine gift.

>> No.20128444

>>20128394
>2024 is when the interest payments on debt become larger than the entirety of tax revenue received
So we have that long to stack.
>my body is not ready.

>> No.20128452

>>20127021
Why spread misinformation? There are plenty of legitimate sellers on reddit and ebay.

>> No.20128467

>>20128389
The ratio wouldn't necessarily have to change. The manipulation in the precious metals market would just have to end. And we are on our way there right now. AG on the JPM RICO case fired last Friday. Hold on tight boys.

>> No.20128488

>>20128467
>AG fired last Friday
uh, is this possibly good? or bad?

>> No.20128490

>>20128394
Is this when we ascend to godhood with our stacks?

>>20128397
You think prices will explode?

>> No.20128566

>>20128488
See I dont know, they have been lagging on pulling the trigger on these fuckers at JPM since last year, maybe because the AG was corrupt as fuck? If so and they fired him to start the investigation and court cases, I'd say, you should already have accumulated a make it stack. However if they fired him to keep the game going for another year, maybe we all have time to stack a little more.

>> No.20128589

new >>20128501

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>>20128490
Beats me I'm just a middle class dude with a couple business degrees.

I do hold a bunch of paper silver and crypto so I can quickly pay off my house when/if they do moon.

I think 40$ silver is a certainty in the next few years. I think If things keep getting bad, Democrat president, civil unrest, foreign wars (I believe Syrian civil war increased the price in 2011), no attention paid to constant money printing, UBI policy etc etc, these things could all lead to 100$ silver.

>> No.20128723

>>20128633
If you go off of current dollar to metal ratios, silver to gold is 8:1. I think it's going to have to go higher than anyone thinks, especially as production drops off a cliff due to severe undervaluation resulting from paper metal price manipulation. Current estimate is September for when things start to really take off.

>> No.20128847

>>20128467
>AG on the JPM RICO case fired last Friday.
Translate this for me, no idea what this means

>> No.20128915

>>20128723
>8:1

What?

>> No.20128961

>>20128394
>2024 is when the interest payments on debt become larger than the entirety of tax revenue received
What does this actually mean? The difference on the interest will just be printed to pay it off?

>> No.20128998

>>20128915
usdebtclock.org

>> No.20129043

New thread
>>20128501
>>20128501
>>20128501

>>20128501
>>20128501
>>20128501

>> No.20129828

>>20118914
because they're based
fuck Venezuela and fuck communism

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