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>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info



>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

https://youtube.com/user/silverguru David Morgan

>Additional /pmg/ resources and info

previous thread: >>21328563

>> No.21341079

first for cummies for daddy uwu :3

>> No.21341085
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I like old coins

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still an oz baby

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>> No.21341230

Posted in the last thread, but what are your thoughts on platinum? I read that it has uses in chemical synthesis and research, but mostly has value due to scarcity. Do you think this scarcity and science value will push the value up or will it stick with silver and gold. I got about 150 oz of silver and 1/2 and oz of gold, and I wanna buy platinum.

>> No.21341252

Assuming that's your photo, how much force did it take to bend it?

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Post stacks
+3 for batbois
+5 for frostys

>> No.21341371

So are we a 26$ stable coin now? Why doesn't it moon? Should have just bought link instead.

>> No.21341424

Australia has a huge problem with fake money. I think last year about 100 or 200 million of fake notes where found (in 1 YEAR!!!)... in the banking system (this is after deposit). Imagine how much isn't found circulating in the economy. Basically no one ever gets caught. I've also been through customs there before and the customs are constantly asking Chinese entering the country if they have more than $10k on them. A couple of times I've seen huge fresh as fuck wads pulled out... obviously funny money... chinks that have NEVER been to Oz before. Also many years ago there was a guy caught importing coin money by the shipping container load. It was so good there was no difference. There was ANY report that the authorities destroyed the money. I bet it was rolled up and distributed. I've seen chinks just off the plane buy houses for hundreds of thousands in crisp cash. Obviously it's funny money but everyone takes it. It's like Oz WANTS the fraud.

>> No.21341427

I had that same pokemon thing.
Burger King?

>> No.21341562

Take your meds
Literally none of this is happening

>> No.21341606

Ok xhang

>> No.21341664

Can’t believe I didn’t buy any link lol, thought it was a pnd

>> No.21341679

who is the bagholder if someone finds out if the bill isn't real? whoever's holding it, i suppose

>> No.21341716

15 bills per million are counterfeit
total of about 30,000 fake bills Australia wide
took 5 seconds on google

>but theire fake numbers hurr there's millions of them
no there's not, if you seriously believe this it's time to adjust your meds

this is PMG not tinfoil hat general

>> No.21341734

Scarcity is an important characteristic of money, but too much scarcity makes for the opposite.

>> No.21341770

Just bought some Eagles on SD Bullion. Am I going to make it bros?

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>> No.21341781

Which is more likely? There is only $1,500,000 of fake money in Australia of which 40% is 'really good' or the fact I've seen actual numbers which are far higher than this is true. Why would you even bother making 'really good' fake money of only $1,500,000? Here, have some rope.

>> No.21341820

Who ever is holding it. Though, if a bank has it... they get covered in practice.

>> No.21341998

How good of a play is platinum? I'm thinking of moving half of my silver over to platinum.

>> No.21342051

You can do it with your bare hands.

>> No.21342109

>I'm thinking of moving half of my silver over to platinum
That would be extremely retarded fren.

>> No.21342118

The last article is funny because most Chinese that come into Australia bring $20 notes. They bring small denominations. They don't leave with $100 notes either. They leave with gold.

/pmg/ has really turned into a fucking cuck fest of faggot central banker niggers shills.

>> No.21342157

I appreciate the response.
However, the least you could do is enlighten me as to why it's retarded.

>> No.21342250


Chainlink made most of its gains YTD, +550% if you were holding at the start of the year. It's not going up for any fundamental reasons, it's simply a meaningless bubble which people are buying because "it's the 4chan coin." It's purely something you gamble on. Mining stocks are guaranteed to make a 1700% return over the course of this bull market, at a bare minimum. Momentum-chasing idiots will buy Chainlink and possibly be the last buyer there is, losing everything, but people who buy PMs and mining stocks can be confident that success will come.

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>People have become so normalized and stupid.
>Silver is valuble because it protects from skinwalkers, werewolves and other cryptids.
>Once dajooz collapse society your precious cities wont keep the beasts away.
>The Jews know this.
>Gold was left here by aliens who still watch over us to this day.
>They needed it in the atmosphere in order to breath.
>The Jews know this.
>That's why these metals are valueble.
>If you sell your gold to a human I feel bad for you.
>Imagine thinking metals are a currency or 'store of value'
>I will give my gold to the aliens once they come back, in exchange for a place in their craft
and they will take me back to the home planet where we use exarepee, the one true currency.

>> No.21342340

Long term trend is neutral to bearish though short term is bullish. Also the cycle strength is strong. It's probably hit a low for the time being. Basically i'm not too sure if it's a good idea... but I don't think it's stupid. There is a platinumanon around somewhere I hope he sees your post to comment on.

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fuck off retard

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Eyes wide shut.
The Jews have won.
You are succesfuly demoralized.

>> No.21342507

Platinum prices are positively correlated with Auto sales. Do you see auto sales increasing within the next few years?

>> No.21342515

The minute you convert your silver into plat you'll instantly lose another 20% to premiums, plat's premiums are a raping fest and range widely. Also it's very illiquid and it's speculative nature tend to make it surge in a bullish economy, but collapse when things are going south. Don't get fooled by the shitcoin bulltrap : we are in fucking hell economically, collapse is around the corner and that's when silver thrive. I expect plat to lose in value or stay flat at best.

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I can't wait for the day all of the linkies turn bright pink all over the catalog, meanwhile us miner investors shoot to the moon.

>> No.21342569

based and anunnakipilled

>> No.21342623

American GDP has shrunk around 38% since the start of the year based on .gov figures. Other calculations show an even greater drop in GDP. Still there is a lot of bullish news that everything is back to normal and truck sales are coming back like no tomorrow. But do trucks in USA need plat?

>> No.21342629

>China printing Aus money
If it brings about the collapse of the central banking system then let's do it.

>> No.21342644

BHLL, gimme dat moon

>> No.21342679

No, they don't. But they do need silver.

>> No.21342719

Most vehicles built in the US nowadays use Palladium or Rhodium. If you want an asset correlated with car sales why not buy stocks in the car manufacturers?

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>exarepee, the one true currency
whose pee?
loli piss?

>10 oz kooks
wooooooo look at that
And I thought getting those 5x5oz ATB's was silly
>delivery tomorrow...

>> No.21342781

Very bent

>> No.21342800

I believe it's palladium that is heavily linked to autos (in the EU especially)??
> Do you see auto sales increasing within the next few years?
Yes. Money/debt is cheap, and people are now afraid of public transportation. Take out a loan to get a safe ride to work, and hell, the gov't is probably going to keep giving you money anyways, since they like being reelected.

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Dare I say, the standard?

>> No.21342830


I see some people claiming to have millions of dollars. If that's true, and they have any sense, they will cash it out now, thank God they were able to profit off a bubble rather than losing everything, and put every penny into physical gold and physical silver. I'd say the same to anybody who profited from any bubble, including e. g. Tesla. Nobody will be stupid enough to exchange gold for these bubble assets after the reset. They will only give long-term profit to people who exchange them for real money, now, in the short-term.

>> No.21342857

Never sell metal for other metal. Only silver into gold if the ratio is super tight.

>> No.21342871

Having a bent ingot is just as good as having an assay card, you know it's real after just a quick look.

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This is an older article but when you take this in to account with the current economic situation i do not see demand for platinum growing.

>> No.21342900

You seem knowledgeable and I'm a newfag to investing in miners but I have 10k invested.
Where do you see the price of miners in the next 3 months and why?

>> No.21342927

My point is that the actual detected funny money in the system is huge. Figures put out are not incorrect, they are just not true. I have seen REAL figures... I can't remember exactly but in a year it was 100-200MM. Not all years where the same though. There are notes running in the system that are so good they are seen as good cash. I mean, in my eyes, the Australian gov largely turns a blind eye to it as it helps keep the economy going... the fraud actually helps run the economy. without that cash injection the economy would take a hit. And I know of cases where houses have been bought in cash... the BANK has accepted a briefcase of cash... even after all sorts of regulations and laws and blah blah that are meant to make it impossible for such a thing to happen and everyone in the room is looking at each other KNOWING it's all fake and gay but they want some of that sweet sweet money! This is nothing new though. Who knows how much fake and gay cash is out there.

And also the coins... even 5c coins can be had in China. They are like the real thing. You can't tell the difference.

Maybe this is just another form of outsourcing.

>> No.21342934

why are they happy at a gravesite?

>> No.21342967

honestly i don't remember that was a few years ago

>> No.21343043

Is stacking silver stupid? The price seems to always be 15% over spot on the sites I checked out.

>> No.21343063

I don't like cars. I think horses are much nicer. I was literally just asking about trucks in the USA because I have no idea about what they do there. Rhodium is out of control. I tried to buy some last year and it was impossible (I mean, I gave up after a couple of failed attempts).

>> No.21343072

Even without chinese counterfeiting our economy is a hollow log based on mining and the housing ponzi, half of all tax collected goes to funding the pension, and now the corona lockdowns are putting pressure on housing the government is scrambling like mad to boost demand rather than let the bubble pop, aka negative rates soon. Buy pms and buy them soon anon, the reset is coming and it won't be pretty.

>> No.21343127

I regret buying this stable shitcoin. My coinbase chart looks like a dead's EEG

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I don't follow your logic. Platinum is cheap because car sales are extreamly low. For me that is buy signal clear as a sun on a sky. Isn't whole idea of metals to buy low sell high? Metal is low = buy. Platinum is low.
Stacking takes years, so yeah, start now so in 5 years you won't hear "you had 5 years anon."

>> No.21343191


At least 5x. After September or October. Possible failed COMEX deliveries, along with FOMC meeting, where inflationary policies and YCC likely to be announced, will send stocks and metals soaring, and miners will follow. Nothing likely to happen during the next few weeks; if anything, bankers likely to keep crashing the price of gold and silver to exit their short positions. But nobody should be selling anything, because you never know for certain what is going to happen.

>> No.21343203

spot is only really relevant to paper silver. Gold and silver are not a short term investment but a hedge against currency manipulation by central banks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvL_Dm2d99A

>> No.21343261

Miners will be a bubble too though, not nearly to the extent of clowncoins but still. If you don't believe this you're no better than a cryptocuck.

>> No.21343276

counterfeit money is indeed a problem but someone entering the country with fresh new dollar bills isn't necessarily a red flag (rather for money laundering). you can order every country's currency to your home before you travel there. the coin thingy is strange though. my guess is that importing cash is part of money laundering campaigns.

>> No.21343315

I'm holding till 2k.

>> No.21343317

>Miners will be a bubble too though
The price of the products they sell would have gone exponentially up in price, and they are products everyone wants.

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You are right, miners will be a bubble some day, just as everything everything some day becomes a bubble. Only, that bubble is coming ten or twenty years from now, since we still at rock-bottom, and have to go 3x just to reach a normal level in the Gold:Miner ratio. Then silver has to get back to a GSR of 1:15 to reach its normal ratio. Then consider that miners offer 3x leverage to the underlying metal, and you will understand why Eric Sprott, who has gone all in on junior silver miners like DSV, is about to become the world's first trillionaire.

>> No.21343354

When’s the next FOMC meeting?

>> No.21343371


Anyone know where else I can buy this? Based in the US

>> No.21343384


Five weeks from now.

>> No.21343398

I have written literal books about Australia. I am not impressed with what I've seen. Australians are living in a bubble. The best way I can describe it is as a mirage. Numerous times when I explain how things run there and what actually happens and the things I have seen it's hard for people to believe. Sometimes I think it would be much easier to lie about Australia as it's easier to swallow. I have also seen irregularities in the gold and silver space in Australia that I think will make it an unattractive place to buy those metals in the future (for most people). Sorry my English is not very good - it's my third language.

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Chart says yes.
Dyow on hydrogen cells using platinum and how much money governments are pushing into hydrogen. Hyunday alone wants to produce 310 000 hydrogen vehicles a year. Tesla produces 80-90k. Revolution is here and Plarinum is in the center.
Oil was a black gold.
Platinum is a heavy gold.

>> No.21343585

When you buy Platinum you get assraped by taxes and when you sell it's hundreds of dollars below spot whereas with Silver, you can often avoid taxes and sell at or even above spot. There are better things to buy if you want something correlated with auto sales; when Platinum is going up, just about everything else will rise with it.

>> No.21343614

>how much money governments are pushing into hydrogen
is this really the case?
I have seen stories about hydrogen for nearly a decade but it has gone nowhere. Its energy density is so low this does not surprise me

>> No.21343737

Yes you can order money. But it is a red flag when there is hundreds of millions turning up in the banks. Sure there are locals that make funny money well in excess of the total claimed funny money by RBA. When this happens someone is lying. In a year there is more than a million Chinese visit Australia and almost all have close to the limit, at the limit or well over the limit of cash. $10,000,000,000 cash coming in at least in mostly $20 and $50 notes. Up until Wu Flu there was about $110,000,000,000 cash in Australia – official. It's easy to see that on some simplistic envelop calculation there is a problem.

There are very well documented cases of very good funny money from China including coins. I have spoken to regular Chinese about buying AUD in China so I know the many ways the typical Chinese get their hands on AUD.

>> No.21343748

Is now a good time to buy a house?

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I am spamming this shit everyday.
Use google:
Saudi Arabia 5 billion dollar hydrogen amonia refinary by 2025
Rotterdam hydrigen port by 2025
Germany hydrogen filling train station 2021
Korea 1200 hydrogen stations by 2040
Hyunday 6 100 000 hydrogen vehicles by 2040.
Revolution is government backed.

>> No.21343798

would be interested in reading some of your stuff anon but I understand you probably don't wanna give your name away. Not sure what you're referring to in terms of irregularities in our PMs, I do a reasonable amount of prospecting and our PMs are great, and the Perth Mint is still accredited by the LBMA, so unless you've got insider info you wanna share...

>> No.21343807

>I have also seen irregularities in the gold and silver space
elaborate please.

>> No.21343825

in what country?

>> No.21343890

In what year? If it was in the 70s/early 80s it would make sense, dont be fooled cause inflation was much higher then so in real terms it mightve been 3-5%.

>> No.21343941


>> No.21343986


Dominic Frisby, an economist who writes for MoneyWeek, has spoken about this subject at length.



>> No.21344018


>> No.21344044

They are not for public circulation.

I do believe that the access to purchase will get harder and harder for the general person.

I have watched some mines and the numbers don't add up. Things are going missing. If the trend continues maybe more will go missing. Prospecting is fine, I am not talking about that. And I am not insinuating fake gold is sold. But I am saying things don't add up.

>> No.21344048

I will have to give it a read but still the ~7% spot compared to gold ~3% if you buy the 1oz and ~35% spot if you buy 1/3 oz gives me pause.

>> No.21344126

Want to buy some junior miners listed only on OTC and TSX

For a US citizen, what are the pros and cons of buying stocks from one or the other? I know TSX requires changing into CAD, and OTC has less trading volume

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You are worried about 4% spread when I talk about revolution and potential 500%.
Gold is going to 6k, Platinum is historicaly above 1:1 gold:platinum ratio.
$6000 Platinum is not a joke.

>> No.21344411

I've never really paid attention to claims of high PM prices. I mean, the sort of crazy price of $5,000 gold and $100 silver. It's clear in the last few months that $5,000 gold might be a good buy at some point. I can't even believe I would think or say such a thing. The biggest risk is getting your hands on PM's.

>> No.21344418

I think there is a lot of historicity behind the gold and silver ratio and platinum is still relatively young.
maybe they do go hydrogen fuel cell but depending on how the current situation plays out maybe that does not happen on its planned time table.
like I said I will do some reading on platinum and possible future uses but given the current climate it represents more of a risk than gold or even silver. Silver being the guaranteed winner in my book based on current and future need.

>> No.21344487

and this is one of the first articles I find
>Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have recently developed and studied fuel cell catalysts — chemicals that speed up important fuel cell reactions — that don’t use platinum.

>> No.21344650


I own literally no platinum, just because I am convinced that silver is returning to the historic GSR of 1:15, and might even revert to 1:5, 1:3, or 1:1, but people here ought to stop being so dismissive of platinum-investors. There is a very strong case to be made for platinum. Robert Kientz is very interested in platinum, and I have the highest respect for him. People forget that platinum has even been used as a monetary metal, e. g. in Russia during the 1830s.

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>atomic scale
It is still very theoretic. Before wild scale adoptation it will take a decade. Next 5 years are big for hydrogen and Platinum will be used. Later as it develops they sure will find better way to build fuel cell, but it is same story with bateries. New batery is being discovered every other week but we still use same 2-3 types. There is an extreamly long way between labolatory and mass production. Hyunday will habe to use Platinum on industrial scale in the meantime.

>> No.21344874

Hard to trust you if you won't actually share your work or sources. Got any links to numbers you'd recommend looking at then?

>> No.21344922

Coconut scratchings on his cave wall most likely. Writes for Ooga Booga weekly I hear

>> No.21344930

when will this consolidation end

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It's not consolidation so much as it is manipulation. Silver only got down here in the first place because the bankers dumped 2 billion paper ounces on the market in a single day (about 20x the annual investable supply of silver). They are exiting their short positions and going long in anticipation of the FOMC meeting in September, and impending default on the COMEX. It is impossible to know what will happen to metals and miners for the next few weeks, but in September and October they are going to soar to levels which we can hardly imagine.

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>muh 2040
>muh future

>muh lines

Sorry but hydrogen is shit, platinum is shit and you basically are full of shit.

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I thought that might be a clue that you can't read what I write. Anyway, I'm not asking anyone to trust me.

If only!

>> No.21345543

I guess that all anons that bought SLV in papers got disappointed in /biz/ and disappeared from the threads since yesterday, right?

>> No.21345590

Thanks for fact-checking me anon. I see clearly now.

>> No.21345628


Tried to tell them, again and again, that you don't play around with options on SLV, and that if they wanted leverage they should simply buy small-cap miners. All the speculators have now been wiped out, and, in the mean-time, Discovery Metals is going higher and higher every day.

>> No.21345706

Then buy link and fuck off yeah?

>> No.21345801

There are many good reasons to go away from oil. It's bullish for PM's.

>> No.21345883

Should I be buying first majestic silver?

>> No.21346033

perfectly happy with my SLV calls and PSLV positions, still BIG gains

What I'm NOT happy about is my small cap miners. BIG losses in SILJ, smaller losses in MUX and NRGOF.

So, yeah, thanks for nothing.

>> No.21346072

platinum is gay

>> No.21346114

>So, yeah, thanks for nothing
Weak hands get shaken out
Stop being bad

>> No.21346150

>Revolution is government backed.
Do you know why? Because hydrogen is a fraud. It's extremely inefficient and has no future, if not private companies would have been all over it with their own private investments.
Politicians are just shuffling tax payer money right into their own pockets. And they are being called heroes while they do it because of the green hysteria. The laws of nature actively prohibit hydrogen from being useful in any kind of way.
>horrible energy density (by volume)
>extremely flammable, much more than gasoline
You are being spoonfed absolute horseshit. I don't know what else to tell you. You are a fool for believing this shit. This will all fail. In fact I think Saudi Arabias involvement is pretty transparent, they want to push hydrogen just to show it will fail. This is all a distraction. The oil cartels are in on it. When hydrogen is exposed they will say "oh well, better go back to oil", in stead of focusing on nuclear and other realistic alternatives to oil.

>> No.21346254


Somebody was posting here yesterday saying that he was going to kill himself, because he was down $20,000 on a $60,000 investment into SLV. When you invest in SLV and lose, you have no idea if you will ever get your money back, because the stock may decouple from the metal and go to zero at any time. If you buy SILJ, on the other hand, and it goes down a little, you simply exercise a modicum of patience and wait, because you know that something undervalued _will_ go up. In fact SILJ going down should make you happy, because it gives you an opportunity to buy more. That's how an intelligent investor thinks. NRG is a speculative drill-play, not an investor or a producer, which I presume you knew before you invested in it.

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By the way, picture-related illustrates how short-termist your thinking is.

>> No.21346390


>not an investor or a producer

not a developer or a producer*

>> No.21346406

Sep. 15-16. YCC may or may not be announced. If not Sep. then likely YCC will be policy implemented in Oct.

Aside: YCC inthis context of “official policy”. YCC is already deployed in the Treasury Bond market and through Federal Reserve membership intermediary banks the same method Is deployed to rig commodities markets to control price inflation.

>> No.21346417


If you really think hydrogen is the next big shit, invest in companies making hardware for its production, infrastructure, or consumption. Making such a specific bet that one particular element is irreplaceable for the industry seems unwise.

I think it's reasonable to bet that liquid hydrogen ships or cargo ships will become a thing. Ships in particular use nasty fuel, and the safety risks with hydrogen are obviously much easier to limit in that context.

>> No.21346523

the whole mining sector has a black cloud over it from over-leveraging and heavily diluting shares in years past. There's no reason to assume that SILJ must go up. Those small businesses could have management that's incompetent or doesn't care about shareholders, or takes on disproportionate risks, or simply can't profitably operate with a decent profit margin.

You talk as if they're a sure thing. They're not. You act as if they're coupled to the price of silver. They're not. That's the commodity they produce, it doesn't mean they're going to be able to do it successfully and profitably.

Most of all I'm happy I got in Barrick and other large cap miners. Yeah less possibility of it mooning, but I like a management team with a proven track record, and the gains speak for themselves.

Nah, I don't think they have to use the phrase YCC (or MMT) for many months. They're really careful with words, even though Pow has caused a little market turbulence during those Q&A's.
In some ways, I think you have to give them credit for how they've handled this. If it were up to congress, I can't imagine that nightmare.

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>Loli juice
The true Golden Standard

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>Golden standards
gulp gulp schlorp schlup schlurp guzzle guzzle guzzle

>> No.21346752
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>the whole mining sector has a black cloud over it from over-leveraging and heavily diluting shares in years past. There's no reason to assume that SILJ must go up. Those small businesses could have management that's incompetent or doesn't care about shareholders, or takes on disproportionate risks, or simply can't profitably operate with a decent profit margin.

This idea that the miners are fair value from dilution is a myth; the miners really are historically undervalued when compared to the metals to an insane degree. See >>21343348. It's no different from the GSR going to 1:125, it's a historical anomaly to take advantage of before it gets corrected. At current gold and silver prices, these companies are going to be making a fortune, and either paying enormous dividends, or getting acquired by companies who pay enormous dividends; people simply don't realize this yet.

>>Most of all I'm happy I got in Barrick and other large cap miners. Yeah less possibility of it mooning, but I like a management team with a proven track record, and the gains speak for themselves.

The large-caps are a case in point. NEM is trading as it was on 22 May, when gold was $1650 and silver was $17. And yet NEM has a dozen gold mines, and is the only miner in the S&P 500; it is also the world's largest silver producer. And here we are with $1950 gold and $26 silver, and it hasn't moved. If a stock as safe and obvious as that hasn't moved, that tells you something. The bull market hasn't even started yet. This is the accumulation phase for the intelligent money.

>> No.21346899


What are your predictions for PMs/gold in Australia then anon? I'm not from AUS but I'm curious as I think they are a good litmus test of what can happen in the future. You think gold confiscation and the like is on its way?

>> No.21346967

Local seller is selling silver 20 percent above the spot. Is that too high of a premium for me to just buy? Silver is at 30 dollars per ounce

>> No.21347036

>I think it's reasonable to bet that liquid hydrogen ships or cargo ships will become a thing.
Makes perfect sense. I will keep my eyes peeled for hydrogen ships engines. Good catch anon.

>> No.21347043

>the whole mining sector has a black cloud over it from over-leveraging and heavily diluting shares in years past.
agree. from what ive seen, 90% of all miners are heavily leveraged in debt and if gold ever happened to crash below a certain level, and we are talking about only a few hundred dollars, they would immideatly become unprofitable.
and yes, miners are extremly cash hungry and fuck with share value constantly. if one wouldnt bet on the price of gold rising, one shouldnt invest a penny in your typical miner.

>> No.21347107

Hydrogen can be used to store excess energy generated with solar and wind power and combusted without emissions. If you believe that renewable energy sources are becoming widespread, so will hydrogen tech too. Especially heavy trucking could benefit from hydrogen. Although hydrogen is difficult to store safely, it can be stored and transported without reliance on electric grid. I'm not investing on it though

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Shell is already working on hydrogen shipping.

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>tfw you have over 200 grand in the bank but too afraid to invest it even though you know it is getting devalued.

>> No.21347148


Buying miners is a bet on gold and silver going up, yes. It is a way of going all-in. If gold and silver crash, you lose everything. If this really is a PM bull market, you make 100x your money and become a millionaire. I'm 100% certain that this is a PM bull market. Hence I'm all in on miners.

>> No.21347163

>he missed the dip

>> No.21347174

Bullshit, no one would ever settle real estate for bills to someone they don't already know where to find/kill them if the banks says they're bunk

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New tanks technology made it very safe. Remember that petrol is not safest thing in our daily lifes and lpg cars are normal.

>> No.21347198

>you make 100x your money
ye no, only if you leverage somehow. usually you make 4-5x your money, looking at the recent bull markets. but 4-5x is good enough

>> No.21347202

How much of my net worth should be in miners? Considering I also believe this is a gold bull market

>> No.21347249

>0.80% yield
>7% inflation
Jesus Christ... Invest NOW before 200k barely buy you a pair of tongs.

>> No.21347251

buy now, you'll thank me later

>> No.21347253

How much are the premiums these days?

>> No.21347256


There could be a banking crisis and a currency reset at any time. You could wake up one day and find that all your money is completely worthless. Gold isn't even a risk at this point. The risk is every passing day that you're not in gold.

>> No.21347297

Where do you see 7% inflation? How do I even check inflation rate?

Buy what?

I know, but every time I invest I lose money. My timing is horrible, always.

>> No.21347306

You can buy junk silver for cheaper.


SD is selling these rn at a 5% premium over comex.

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>> No.21347353


150x for junior silver small caps is normal in a PM bull market. That's what happened when silver merely doubled in the past, and I expect it to do more than double this time. 300x or 400x for junior silver small caps would not surprise me in the slightest. As I have said, I fully expect Eric Sprott to become the world's first trillionaire.


I am 100% in on junior small-cap silver miners. This means that, if silver crashes, I'll be wiped out and have nothing. But if I am right about silver, I'll be rewarded beyond any early Bitcoin investor's wildest dreams. Obviously you might not want to take on that kind of risk. Consider your own tolerance for risk vs reward, and accordingly allocate your money. Physical gold is the safest asset; then silver; then large-cap gold miners (GDX); then large-cap silver miners (SIL); then mid-tier gold miners (GDXJ); then mid-tier silver mines (SILJ); and finally the small-caps, like DSV and Wallbridge Mining.

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Gold is a tier 1 asset, it's safe. You don't have to buy mining companies, or silver, or anything else. Simply gold. Gold will protect your money. Consider the fundamentals. Real yields are negative and will never go positive again. Investors are going to buy up all the gold they can simply in order to prevent themselves from losing their money. Gold isn't even high yet. It needs to go 3x to reach its level with the Dow:Gold ratio in 2011, and it hasn't reached its nominal highs of either 2011 or 1980 when adjusted for inflation.

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It's ok fren, simply do it step by step, but you have to start TODAY.
Simply dip a toe to begin with : your mission for today is to purchase at least 1 ounce of silver.
Once you receive your coin you'll finally feels what's like to hold real money with intrinsic value and all your fears will vanish, believe me.
I was just like you not so long ago : spooped by everything, especially by investing and speculating. But i went in progressively until having most of my net worth far from cash, and now i'm up 80% compared to last year.

You must understand the riskiest move imaginable (and the least profitable one) is holding cash.

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he bought silver?
dump it

>> No.21347449

go back to dumping link please

>> No.21347458

They vary so widely it's crazy. Junk is going for between 5 and 10%. Fresh Scottsdale 100 oz bars are going for 10% and don't even look at what eagls and other coinage is going for.

You need to only buy things with favorable prices over 5-10 years assuming nothing more than you can see today

>> No.21347513

40% silver is better than 90% silver because at the same price your scrooge mcduck bath is bigger

>> No.21347517

So do I take like 50 grand and DCA over a year?

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moshi moshi nyaa!
he's buying silver?
pump up the premiums nyaa nyaa!

>> No.21347548

well there is a reason its getting sold as junk mainly.

>> No.21347574


The responsible thing would be to tell you to DCA. Most people would tell you to do that, Mike Maloney, Maneco64. Speaking for myself, if I had $50,000 I would simply put it in immediately and forget about it, because I don't see how metals and miners can't go unimaginably higher after September and October, and certainly before the end of 2021. For me the risk is all to the upside.

>> No.21347620

I agree, but silver is silver and if you have to buy online 90% is going for 15%+ over comex

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You little slut, you'll be gargling my cum for a single Mercury Dime soon.

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I should add to this that Alisdair Macleod still maintains that a banking crisis might happen any day now, so I'd be terrified to leave $50,000 just sitting there in a bank.




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Nah bro, at your level you can afford to outright buy 300 ounces of physical metal every day for the next two weeks. We're in the only dip you're going to get before the moon mission and supply is drying up QUICK. I'm so serious. If you're in the US, make sure your purchases are below 10k each or else you'll have to report them on your taxes.

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degenerates like you belong on a cross

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The dollar is having a bad morning guys.

That isn't how that works. Currency transaction reports get submitted for all cash transactions in the US over $10,000. Bank wires and checks are immune from this.

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>Where do you see 7% inflation? How do I even check inflation rate?
The government changed the way they calculate inflation a couple times (to hide what's going on). An economist using the original calculation method from 1980 updates the inflation rate at shadowstats.com . Interestingly, his calculated inflation rate is on par with the gold price gain average per year (~8%).

>> No.21347841

You say that in that cute little voice, but your face tells me a different story as I slam my raging cock into your tight asshole.

>> No.21347855

>tfw no bullshit in the UK, gold is completely free of any form of tax
>you buy, you sell, you keep everything
>local dealers refuse to sell gold and silver investment bullion
>dealers are running out of 2020 mintage supplies
>2021 mintage will be MUCH smaller
Hooo boy...

>> No.21347860

>purchases are below 10k each or else you'll have to report them on your taxes.
I bought around 13k worth of PM's this year, am I fucked with taxes even though I had to pay the Jew York tax?

>> No.21347879

>2021 mintage will be MUCH smaller

y tho

>> No.21347906


You only have taxes when you have a sale that results in a gain, or receive cash from an investment (dividends).

>> No.21347913

You never know what markets are gonna do basically. platinum could skyrocket or your grandkids might be selling it. You never know.

>> No.21347924


>> No.21347969

Global Precious Metal shortages, less was mined, less will be minted, more has to go to support the industry (at least till the collapse that will happen within a year), spot price manipulations, COMEX is knee-deep in shit, UK's debt is crushing and they have very little reserves.
Safe to say, 10 oz of gold in the UK right now will get you a house soon.

>> No.21347994

>sale that results in a gain
So, since I bought the majority of my PM's in March and they have risen in price since, that's a gain that needs to be reported, correct?

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>10 oz of gold in the UK right now will get you a house soon.
That sounds retarded now that I read it again, but you know what I mean.

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You're welcome

>> No.21348018

silver stackers are delusional. thse commentators are fringe lunatics. step out of your echo chamber for a minute

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>SALE that results in a gain

Did you sell? If yes, then the IRS requires you to report it. If no, then you haven't made a cash profit that can be taxed.

>> No.21348044

lol maybe I should keep those coins the government says there are a shortage of

>> No.21348067


Craig Hemke explained, in exact terms, how and why the silver manipulation would end, and then silver jumped from $18 to $29 within a matter of days. Bear in mind that silver has been range-bound between $14 and $20 for eight years. That isn't a coincidence. Educate yourself about the subject or not, it is entirely up to you.


>> No.21348084

Fuck no, I'm never selling.

>> No.21348093

Bold of you to make another thread after the absolute assrape this week

>> No.21348106

Coin shortages always mean the same thing, war is coming and the metal is being put to use on more important things. Either this or they're preparing for the FEDcoin, or both.

>> No.21348144

Imagine being so short-sighted.
The long game is where the real money is at my dude.

>> No.21348162


Oh yes, and to give another example, the billionaire Eric Sprott is all in on silver, and has put nearly all his net-worth into silver small-caps like Discovery Metals as well as silver bullion.


Nor are Chris Marcus, Andrew Maguire, Rob Kirby, "lunatics." In fact, Alasdair Macleod is himself the farthest thing from a "lunatic." He's one of the most intelligent and reasonable people you will ever find. So if you want to stick to your narrow preconceptions it is your loss, not ours.

>> No.21348172

Guys, look. He doesn't know.
Remember all the "I CAN'T BELIEVE I'VE MISSED THE BTC/LINK/ETH MOON" threads? You're gonna add precious metals there soon.

>> No.21348216

It's been literal centuries. Any "good" price growth takes longer than a typical human life.

>> No.21348256

But there is nothing typical about the times we live in :)
In fact, it's like some Bizarro Universe where everyone just agreed that the King is not naked and the Debt Trap is not going to annihilate the Fiat, the economy and the political stability.

>> No.21348406

Gold has made over 7% annually since the end of Bretton Woods and is cheap today...

>> No.21348420

resistance at 26.1 broken, lets go

>> No.21348538

Thanks bro I already own about 6k worth of miners but mainly large cap, I will look into DSV and wallbridge

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that went well

>> No.21348658

To be fair, they are still trying to do that to this day.

>> No.21348694

They were brewing this plan for a long time, now they harvest the fruits. Kennedy tried to stop them, Trump is trying to put an end to it.

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Forgot pic, this will be the new norm for the next 10 years. Soon a Silver Stacker will be the same as Flat-Earther and Anti-Vaxxer.

>> No.21348818

> Soon a Silver Stacker will be the same as Flat-Earther and Anti-Vaxxer.

this is already the case. silver stackers tend to be paranoid and believe in wild conspiracy theories. most of them are closet racists and antisemites

>> No.21348871

>p-please don't hoard coins

>> No.21348893


Craig Hemke said in his podcast yesterday that antisemitism will be banned on sight, Peter Schiff is a Jew, Chris Marcus is Egyptian, Gregory Mannarino is explicitly non-racialist, Alasdair Macleod strictly speaks about economics and nothing else, Eric Sprott is simply an ingenious billionaire who likes free market economics and mining companies. So you are wrong again.

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>> No.21348934

>these comments
Based, melting them for copper bars will be a very profitable thing soon.

>> No.21348946


Could have added to this, Dominic Frisby has two mixed-race children, and Maneco64 is Brazilian.

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>silver stackers tend to be paranoid and believe in wild conspiracy theories. most of them are closet racists and antisemites

The Wall of Options set by JPM got smashed?

>> No.21349009

Hey Mortimer, we’re back!

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guys, i just realized that the copper pennies /pmg/ talks about could actually be considered money

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I'm scared bros
This chart is terrifying
What is happening

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>melting US coins

>> No.21349081

A jar of pennies more valuable than a stack of paper dollars, what a looney timeline we've connected to.

>> No.21349107

Relax, Glowniggers. I was joking, I've lost my jar of pennies in a boating accident. Went fishing with Jeff, we had a few beers. You know how it is.

>> No.21349214

This cycle repeats every time a country attempts to use fiat. The paper inflates to infinity while the coins retain their value.

>> No.21349293

The problem I see is that it means it's always the end of that cycle. So our unfortunate, poor generation will have to go through the most crushing economical earthquake there ever was.

>> No.21349298


We're walking back up the stairs.

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>> No.21349338

its only the beginning, my dear

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but this times it different because the US and um oil and muh nuclear bombs. Its totally different an the US can export its inflation so it can inflate forever and everything will be fine.
My home will always increase in value and so will the stock market.

>> No.21349404

You can't kick that can forever, not even for the next 25 years. Someone will have to call their bluff eventually.

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>> No.21349451

All the /SMG/ FOMO paper traders are going to come back today, aren't they?

>> No.21349504

Don't care about the paper price, but whatever makes the jews at JPM and COMEX lose their sleep at night is good enough for me.

>> No.21349507

Yeah good times, I’m probably going to go over there now and scream about SLV

>> No.21349521

So is the dip over then? That was it, I missed it by 7 fucking hours.
Buy in now or risk it and wait? Help me out /pmg/bros

>> No.21349546

I can tell you with high assurance that gold will be higher in 6 months than it is now. Do with that what you will.

>> No.21349551

i would say that breaking 26.1 confirmed that dip is over, if we go past 26.678 then its certainly over

>> No.21349582

What a movie.

>> No.21349593

I work at one of the major commodities exchanges
Don't ask me how I know this... but on Friday afternoon silver is going to jump to $32.
Monday morning it will probably open above $40.
I hope you bought physical, cause there's about to be a run on the COMEX and a few other exchanges, and that's only the beginning

>> No.21349619

Yeah and my dad works at Nintendo

>> No.21349634

Already got a fat gold stack from a year back, I want to bump up my Silver a bit more while it's on the downlow.

Right, I'm making my last call; a bonus 33oz to completely remove myself from fiat.

Cool, my dad works for Club Penguin.

>> No.21349650


United States: "Hello, every single other country in the world. If you don't take my paper money in exchange for your valuable commodities, I'll just kill you. All of you. All you second- and third-worlders, I'll invade the lot of you and slaughter you until you agree to subsidize all the fat worthless degenerates who live in my country. We deserve to live like kings at your expense. Why? No particular reason. Simply because we're America. If you don't support my welfare-warfare state, you'll die. So give me everything you worked so hard for, and take this paper in return. Oh, you won't comply? You want to go to war then? Hold on a minute, will you still keep your supply-chains open so that we can maintain our military? What? No? Well then, not to worry, we'll rebuild all our factories and all those Social Studies majors and Starbucks baristas will build the greatest wartime economy in the history of man."

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Hey guys I am a second year econ student. I really REALLY hate what they are teaching in my course. All my lecturers and tutors are indians who I can barely understand and they are teaching the most jewish school of economics possible.

Should I drop out and start a lawn mowing / painting business with my dad? I am sure I can make $500+ a day just mowing lawns. Is there any reason I should persist with my studies?

>> No.21349666

You'd need at least trips to confirm such a bold claim, fren.

>> No.21349680

>I think will make it an unattractive place to buy those metals in the future (for most people)

How so? We had silver and gold coins up until 1966 and its floating everywhere. Amateur prospecting is only growing and if you know where to look there is bullion everywhere.

>> No.21349685

You know the posts here have ID's, right?

>> No.21349701

It's plausible is the funny part because look at that rubberband from the bottom

>> No.21349716

explain it to me, which country does the U.S nuke if the value of the dollar collapses?

>> No.21349719

It’s up to you bro but I know I’d much prefer to mow lawns with my dad than sit in a class room listening to Keynesians

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>Conclusion: high rates of inflation are always due to changes in AD in the long run
Translation: Oy vey goyim inflation is due to increased demand, not reckless money printing by central banks oy gevult! Seriously I can't stand university, luckily I am not going into debt to study because I am not a americuck but still fuck this gay course.

>> No.21349732

He's a shill but idk he may have had a retard savant moment for the only time in his life

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Checked and bent as fuck, cheers satan

>> No.21349745

Picked up some paper today. What do you guys think?

>> No.21349748

At least you're not brainwashed enough to be blind to the Jewish Educational System they are trying to poison you with. Any form of financial education in USA will prepare you to be an accountant for some billionaire asshat. You have fake Pajeet teachers who never made it and they teach from the Israel-approved books.
Make your own call here, bro. Best of luck to you.

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Forgot to attach.

>> No.21349827

You should have bought carpet so you can roll yourself into a lake.

>> No.21349871

That image disturbs me.

>> No.21349884

I'd make a video of me wiping my ass with it and I'd post it on Antifa Subreddit and Lefty /pol/

>> No.21349894

Which means when the Fed announces they are abandoning the inflation target and going to YCC, it will be even worse. The CPI is fully gamed, but if they are even letting that take off, then real inflation is going to hit pretty high levels.

>> No.21349963


Lumber futures are now 700 per thousand, and soaring every day. Were 250 per thousand in April.


>> No.21349975


DESU I expect them to lash out at least 1 more time before capitulating.

They're gonna need one hell of a bailout. It is a distinct possibility they central banks will directly take custody of the paper markets before this is all over.

Part of the reason they get the banks to act on their behalf is to hide their hand. Once they "buy these troubled assets to stabilize commodity markets" it will be made clear to people PM suppression is official policy.

>> No.21349979

Haha I might just do that

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Look at the DOJ full of wild conspiracy theorists....

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RICO...you know that's defined by actual conspiracy, right?
How much do you get paid?

>> No.21350214

somebody please explain this to me

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I don't hate ALL jews, just the jewish banking cartel from dominates the world.

Hating all jews because of the action of these jewish bankers would be like hating all italians because of the italian mafia.

>> No.21350250

So... Dip lasted for like 36 hours?

>> No.21350295

If dubs, the Leafs.

>> No.21350333

Whats with the sudden surge of underage comic girl pictures?

>> No.21350339

The real correct answer is itself, but blames it on someone else.

>> No.21350461


Hadn't noticed it so much myself, because I report the paedophiles on sight by a kind of automatic instinct, and it hides the posts.

>> No.21350481

What are some miner stocks to check out?

>> No.21350511

smg is metastasizing

>> No.21350537
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>Not going up for any fundamental reason

Read the white paper fren. I hold a fat stack of link and physical metals. Barbell strat is the best, huge gains with one investment and a impossible to lose bet with metals.

>> No.21350608

>buying shit like gold when asteroid mining is going to make all of that shit literally worthless over night

>> No.21350611


SPA, Wallbridge, and DSV are essential. I could go into the fundamentals (e. g. DSV has a billion ounces of silver), but it might be enough to know that they are three of Eric Sprott's largest holdings.

Other than those three, Tinka Resources is my favourite stock, which I've mentioned about a dozen times now. Feel as if I might be boring people to death at this point, but as I've said before, 7 billion pounds of zinc + 60 million ounces of open-pittable silver + good management + drilling this month + exploration potential in the Colqui silver zone. And the stock hasn't moved an inch since February, when Zinc was cheaper and silver was $18, simply because of a lack of PR.

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You boomers rub your shiny rocks that are all owned by the jews who manipulate the price so you only have slight price appreciation for stupid metal that has no intrinsic value that can’t be instantly transferred internationally and probably just faked with tungsten anyway even though it’s not an investment since deflation is totally going to take the price to $4/oz. and will be rendered pointless with asteroid mining considering it isn’t even money but just a relic commodity with no real uses in a pointless hope that there will be a return to a metal standard even though the dollar is the strongest currency ever to exist and has no way of ever failing while paying schlomo 38% for physical premiums instead of buying SLV and GLD and missing out on the crazy returns from crypto.

>> No.21350718

>it isn’t even money but just a relic commodity with no real uses
can't swing a dead beaver without hitting a product that was made with silver

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Unironically this becomes the new standard. I can see the plastic angled tubes now, like a Pringles can. I can see the artisanal vids put out by the assayers as they give it The Perfect Bend (tm)

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>> No.21350767

This reads like a post spat out by a markov chain, well done.

>> No.21350812

they are trying very hard, but they are losing

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>> No.21350914

>doubletopped after crash
lets see where this goes

>> No.21350964

Pin ID oh nononono

>> No.21351015
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>make order
>immediately drops 50 cents
Fucking bogged.

>> No.21351052

There is literally no reason to continue or even begin uni at in current year.
t. graduated with a degree that I wanted to drop out of badly, but didn’t on parents wishes, now facing a “career” that I don’t want to do and have signed a contract to work 3 years.

>> No.21351150

i bought right before it dropped 15%

>> No.21351152

What did you order, Anon?

>> No.21351202

>they let kids play these games

>> No.21351207

Share your two favorite cited works that should be avaliable via online catalogue please.

>> No.21351213

>treasury yields rising
>banks and DXY falling
What's going on here anons?

>> No.21351248

this is why the world hates your kind

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Yikes. Nobody in my family other than my aunty has a uni degree that's why my dad wants me to get one but I know I would make way more money and have a much better time running my own business.

>> No.21351299

My next target for gold purchasing is 1800. I think that's a nice buy point.

>> No.21351315


I don't have a degree, never studied at uni, made 150k USD at 21 as a senior software engineer (started working at 17/18 after high school). Now running my own business.

University is an enormous meme and a total waste of time if you have drive and passion.

>> No.21351411

33oz, as I said, finishing up getting rid of all my fiat. It's all gone through smoothly and I don't regret it, but you've gotta appreciate the comedy of it some times.

>> No.21351437

theoretically, if all of /pmg/ / biz was to buy a certain asset at the same time - would it crash it?

>> No.21351449

But if yields are rising, shouldn't the bank stocks and DXY rise? Instead, the inverse is happening and it's silver rising instead.

>> No.21351513


Yields going up may simply imply a lack of liquidity. They are already only so low because of trillions in money-printing. It's not as if actual demand has much to do them at this point.

>> No.21351544

No, not even close, but I am aware that, from what we've seen of the stackposters; we do actually own a sizeable portion of all the coronacoins in the world between us.
In a way, by making it /ourcoin/ and a rite of passage, between us we've guaranteed a small degree of scarcity on top of it's previous collectibility value.

>> No.21351557

Thank you for answering anon.

>> No.21351588

>closet racists
nah they're pretty open about it, are you dumb?

>> No.21351615

We talking Austrian Coronas here?

>> No.21351638

i mean crashing by the means of bog's curse, every time anon buys an asset, it immediately crashes, so if we were all to buy - then bog would have to burn it down

>> No.21351654

>second year econ student. Unless you're at a top program that's more or less merged with the finance department,
If you can't graduate in two/three more semesters, get your money back and get out.
>t. Money weatherman degree
Go get licensing for insurance (underwriting probably better) or actuarial if you can.

>> No.21351689

Where’s my ‘sit tight, be right’ frog poster at?

>> No.21351708

Not necessarily. Also the DXY is still pretty high, it's in the 90s. Pretty good all things considered. Treasury bond yields climbed, cutting into the negative real rates that had supported the gold pricing. The 10-year Treasury yield jumped the most since June. The other thing I think driving prices down is now we have Trump talking about tax cuts, we got the Chinese economic data coming back, and covid is largely getting better (at least in Cali and NY) - people are moving money back into equities based on an assumption of fed backing (that may largely be correct).

I guess we'll see what happens. I'm happy gold is at such high prices now, even if it goes back to say 1500 and flatlines we still got a great gain.

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Either way, that's all for me for today; night lads, hope you guys can time the trough better than my dumb ass did.

>he doesn't know about the batbois
Not as much NGMI, but you ain't /oneofus/

Well I mean, look at the stinker linkers, they've been chugging along happily for a few months now to which the brothers have something very specal planned.....they're gonna make a phone call, the developers can't refuse....

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Chainlink is definitely going to 400 USD and that is me being conservative.

>> No.21352047

I hope so, I'm a linklet with only 100 so it would need to get that high for me to really benefit significantly from it. I bought at 3 bucks too so I wish I had purchased more.

>> No.21352098

Its for midtwits who aren't capable of critical thinking. A guaranteed path to eventually be making 6 figures before they retire if they go into stem. Good route to go to be a good goy, don't forget to contribute to your 401k!

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>> No.21352130

>closet racist
wew lad

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i cant believe you retards actually buy metal. i literally made 400k of a 1k meme investment into crypto in june.

>> No.21352217

Where did all this fud come from?

>> No.21352262

trumpbux+vaccine announcment

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>> No.21352349

have fun with gains I'm not touching that with a 10 foot pole the second I do it will flash crash -20%

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-people moving to equities that propose better returns against inflation
-gold needing a correction after going parabolic
-DXY still in the 90s
-treasuries are up

>> No.21352480

Shut up it was the jews. Everyone knows jews have always manipulated /biz/ and /pol/

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>equities that propose better returns against inflation

>> No.21352690

lol. I think we'll consolidate at 1500-1600 and then shoot back up. Maybe 2500 EOY. Or maybe I'm just overly optimistic.

Provided stocks keep going up, they certainly are out performing gold. My Amazon stock has doubled, my Apple is doing fantastic. That's where people are making money now. Gold was a fear play but I think people are feeling the Feds tailwind and reducing their hedges or maybe moving them into other assets like homes that hedge against inflation but at least have a use (you can rent them out) plus the low interest rates.

There is still more gas in this. I'm guessing 2500 EOY but I'm pulling that out of my ass. I think we'll dip more short term though. Then we'll get to maybe 3k next year and then when end-of-world doesn't happen it'll crash to 1600-1700. For long term stackers, that's still a great outcome.

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I can handle any draw down in the link price since I got in low, I couldn't imagine what it must be like paying $17 for a stinkie linkie.

My metals give me peace of mind so when I do risky shit like trading shitcoins I can still sleep at night knowing even if the rug is pulled and the dollar dies I am still on top.

>> No.21352790

>Rent out houses when 1/3 of Americans "can't afford to pay their rent in August" and eviction freezes

Only a retard would become a residential landlord during these times.

>> No.21353047

I'm not looking to get Kulak'd

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>equities that propose better returns against inflation
>Inb4 NKLA or PLUG

>> No.21353315

Something fucking happened if tech and PM's are pumping and everything else is dumping along with the DXY. Any news?
Also, I am now glad that I bought those Asahi rounds yesterday.

>> No.21353485

Money flowing out of cash and into anything that’s not cash

>> No.21353515

>WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
>WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
>WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic
>WH adviser Kudlow: Heavy borrowing is necessary to fight coronavirus pandemic

>> No.21353592

NWO Puppet

>> No.21353692

the point is this might be helping drive PMs up today

>> No.21353743

Really feels like we are out of the rough now, gold back above previous ATH

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YCC is coming. No "news" or "good data" or "vaccine" is going to change the inevitable in a debt trap...and baby, we fucking trapped.

>> No.21353896

From what I’ve read, platinum seems to function as an inverse to gold. It’s mainly industrial use means it can nearly double gold in good economic times, but halve it in poor economic times. Seems like a decent hedge to hold a bit of, as by that logic, now is a good time to buy.

>> No.21353941

Holy fuck you live in a different reality. Let me put it this way, the collapse won't be on TV. Think, don't read Israeli-owned Media.

>> No.21353959

Certainly. I was just getting some satisfaction in saying that.

>> No.21353979

https://brrr.money/ Thread Theme

>> No.21354072

What's the current good deals boys now that the dip has recovered a bit

>> No.21354085
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Anyone have a good bullion dealer that won't charge sales tax? I'm thinking of buying these, but kind of would like lower premium, but most other places, sales tax of 9.75% adds $3 on top of premium. At least Scottsdale doesn't charge me so these end up being cheaper.

>> No.21354138

Already green on First Majestic Silver, don't stop me now, I'm having such a good time~

>> No.21354240

I’m still here, JPM won’t shake me out. I also bought calls back at $19 spot price so I’ve been up big the whole time still. Also have a comfy stack of 100oz silver and 1oz gold, and a few puts to hedge in case SLV goes to zero, so I’m holding mainly for the insane upside potential if/when we hit $50, where I’ll take my profits and parlay them into more bullion.

>> No.21354251

They haven't shipped any of my orders yet. I'll wait to buy from scottsdale until then.

>> No.21354278

I don't think first majestic ever lowered their price below 30 once it got there. I am regretting not getting their proof coin though, it was only a few dollars more

>> No.21354289

Hah, that's what you get for being ignorant. Spot Price $1 in December.

>> No.21354307

Added two days ago along with Yamana Gold.

>> No.21354314

I placed 3 orders with them in late July and received only the first one I placed. I'm just going to give it a go.

>> No.21354315

Go to your local coin dealer, sometimes they will skip the tax bullshit if your paying cash.

>> No.21354346

Nope. Stayed at $30 the whole time. Sitting on a pile of their shares so I was quite pleased by that.

>> No.21354375

Check order dates
>all orders less than two weeks
These fluctuations have me retarded. I think it's about 45 oz though. Hence why I'll wait.
>tfw stacklet

>> No.21354376

I bought First Majestic at the top, so I still have to wait a while :(

>> No.21354414

Soon bro, nice ID.

>> No.21354445

I know. It feels like a lifetime packed into a few weeks. Too many habbedings.

>> No.21354486

if youre stacking buy it, I'm seeing 25% premiums in my AO

>> No.21354522

It's part of it. I have a couple of PM portfolio positions near the recent top. Azimut is one example. I'm in at $1.71

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See you all in the next pmg thread frens

>> No.21354594

Can someone bake a fresh loaf? I'm on mobile.

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Tinka Resources opening strong +7%. Bayhorse Silver also galloping up 8%.

>> No.21354730

I'm on it.

>> No.21354777

I've got some meme coins from GSM coming to my parents today (don't trust local usps anymore). I'll start posting with my nendoroids once I visit and pick them up.

>> No.21354802

Imagine not being racist.

>> No.21354805

Monarch Precious Metals doesn’t charge sales tax. But they don’t sell government rounds like that. Generally if you buy directly from a private mint, they won’t charge you sales tax, but all the major dealers will.

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Kek and Jesus clears the temple (not yet shipped) will it

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