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Only stack posters are allowed to enter edition

Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

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

Russian/European coins

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>> No.23895827
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First for ASAHI waifus

>> No.23895879
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Got my ticket right here OP.

>> No.23895917

I left 10 silver eagles at the sailfish in downtown Stuart florida. They are tucked behind a little patch of snake grass inside of a lunch bag. Good luck anons

>> No.23895924

What's the purity and weight of that sculpture?

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first for old books are comfy

>> No.23895941

Reminder that leaf bad:

>> No.23895977

The dragon sculpture is not metal anon, though it does have weight to it. Got it as a souvenir a few years back at Vegas.

>> No.23896007

I chose to become a stacker instead of losing my virginity, did I make the right choice?

>> No.23896020

>did I make the right choice?
Sex is temporary
Stacking is at least longer

>> No.23896059

Did you really

>> No.23896061
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why not both?

>> No.23896069

I'm going to be near Stuart in one month bro, could you go collect them and hide them again later?

>> No.23896070

this is a sex doll

>> No.23896080

Yep. They’re hidden pretty well from people walking by. Google what snake grass looks like

>> No.23896086
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>Anon, sex is a wonderful thing
>But if you're not enough without it, you'll never be enough with it
A gold medal on the other hand...

>> No.23896097

First come first serve. I’ll check on them in a few days if I don’t see that someone from here snagged them

>> No.23896109
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that's my wife your talkin about. show some respect

>> No.23896112

>>But if you're not enough without it, you'll never be enough with it
Holy fuck this
Not enough people understand this

>> No.23896113
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For every country, the time that they had circulating Gold Coins can be thought of as it's Golden Age and the time they had circulating Silver coins after the Gold had been withdrawn can be considered its Silver Age. Following this principle, America's Golden age ended in 1933 with Roosevelt and Britain, France, Japan and Germany's Golden Ages ended during WWI. America's Silver Age can be thought of as ending in 1969 when the last devalued half dollars were struck for circulation. Britain's Silver Age ended in 1946 just before it's empire started to collapse. France, Germany and Japan can be thought of as having multiple Silver ages with Silver being taken out of their coins before WWII and re-added in the 50s and 60s. South Africa is unique with it's Golden Age ending in the 1990s when Gold and Silver coins finally left circulation there. It's quite interesting to see how these various devaluations line up almost perfectly with the years beginning periods of decline for these countries which didn't end until roughly the same time as the metals were reintroduced.

>> No.23896118

>missed my chance at a real life treasure hunt by one month
Why live?

>> No.23896202



Physical gold and Silver
Anaconda Mining
Alianza Minerals
Alexco Resources
Avino Silver and Gold
Golden Minerals
Bear Creek Mining
Bonterra Resources
Brigadier Gold
Canada Cobalt Silver
Discovery Metals
Dolly Varden
Eclipse Gold
EMX Royalty
Endeavor Silver
First Mining Gold
First Majestic
Gold X
Goldmining Inc
GR Silver
Impact Silver
Kootenay Silver
Liberty Gold
Midas Gold
Moneta Porcupine
Metalla Royalty and Streaming
Mountain Boy (killer entry price yesterday)
Mcewen Mining
NewFound Gold
Oroco Resources
Reyna Silver
Southern Silver Exploration
Silver One
Strikepoint Gold
Troilus Gold

I'm doing very well. Recently rotated more into silver; will shift portfolio more into producers in the coming months for better risk adjusted reward.

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post books

>> No.23896225

kek, imagine how many shares of Aurcana you could have had if you didn't buy a doll

>> No.23896229
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lmao between this shit and the weird fuckers shown as '4channers' in that retarded Pepe documentary, it's always a good reminder that our precious Himalayan Yak-Shaving forum is still a strange place, and just because we're normalised to it doesn't make it any less strange

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Rate my prediction of the future sequence of events. This is how i see thing splaying out from here

>Deflation: caused by lack of new cheap debt(banks are scared to lend new money because they are already on the verge of insolvency) and the continued sharp decrease in consumerism(people dont have the money to spend and no longer have access to cheap debt to but shit they dont need)
>Deflation causes a major deflationary crash(40%+ crash) in equities/maybe real estate. PM's may also be effected(in the short term)
>Central banks and governments around the world will panic and immediately work in a synchronised fashion to massively increase inflation by directly stimulating the economy. This includes huge stimulus packages that go directly to consumers
>this increasingly worthless money will send equities and real estate to new (nominal) highs, but the real value of these assets will be collapsing.
>this will be unprecedented money printing and will officially mark the beginning of the global fiat hyperinflation crisis. hyperinflation itself might not come for months - years but we will certainly see significant inflation and we will know for certain hyperinflation and total collapse of fiat is imminent within the next 10 years
>this officially marks the begin of capital flight into sound alternatives and the bull run of Precious Metals, commodities, maybe crypto, will begin.

>> No.23896307

I wish but idk
I always feel like there's another rabbit to pull out of the hat

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nice bro, what month you start buying in? I have 9 of those, started end of August, up 1k

>> No.23896348

So the price of gold goes up and the price of land and goods goes down?

2goldounces = millionaire?

>> No.23896362

Very nice, Pretty much exactly how I see it happening. Central Bank digital currencies will be how they directly stimulate the economy. Around when monetary (not price) deflation kicks in hard, the FED and central banks will change the rules and mark the rise of said digital currencies. Bitcoin has a good shot of mooning here, with incredible nominal gains.

>> No.23896391

The great reset is not going to come to fruition. Trump is going to foil it.

>> No.23896401

April. My goal is to make the GDXJ 2.0; the gdxj with true gold juniors, cherry picked for the best stocks with highest multi bag potential.

>> No.23896403

Everything is on the table for negotiation, probably $65k, and 25 ozs will put you on the top.

>> No.23896434

That's been debunked

>> No.23896490

>Bitcoin has a good shot of mooning here, with incredible nominal gains
Exactly like the Chinese planned before they dump it and wreck all the US 'capital investors' and normies who jumped in, stealing billions in wealth from the US without even needing a war.

>> No.23896536

People who don't see Bitcoin as another Chinese scam are going to be burned the hardest. Basically everything but PMs have a counter-party risk and Bitcoin isn't exempt.
I use Bitcoin a bit but not extensively, XMR is probably the best option for cryptos and I'm hesitant to even say that

>> No.23896573

When I found out BTC was founded by an anonymous chink I instantly knew it was a CCP scam

>> No.23896583

Waaaaaaaay too much exposure. Lol.

>> No.23896584


Link to how you found out?

What makes XMR the best option?

>> No.23896589

I just read about Bitcoin on Wikipedia lol

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l just got my hands on a Maple just to try before l buy.
Jesus christ, why are these things such fucking scratch magnets?
What where they thinking?

>> No.23896626

what happened? i havtn taken mine out of the tube

>> No.23896638

>What makes XMR the best option?
I did a bit more reading and since it uses PoW it's actually not great because it's vulnerable to the same things Bitcoin is
So nvm I guess 99% of crypto is completely useless and the remainder is DeFi farming or whatever the new meme is

>> No.23896670

Like butter scraped over too much bread.

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So I was browsing gold jewlery on goldsilver.com and everything they offer was in stock except for pic related.

I think a certain ethnic group is investing in a certain type of metal right now. Lol.

>> No.23896755

Ridiculous amount of diversification for someone who claims to be a fundamentals man. Anything more than probably 15 miners in any allocation shows a lack of faith in your picks, which proves a lack of fundamental understanding.

I only have 6 small cap miners in my whole allocation. these are companies with rock solid fundamentals(assets, management, financials, jurisdiction) The ONLY thing that these miners need to see enormous returns is the price of the commodities they mine to multiply, which I am certain they will.

>> No.23896759

oy vey we've been found out

>> No.23896773

mate 'satoshi nakamoto' isn't a chink, it's Adam Back, the chinese just latched onto BTC because they have a metric tonne of cheap electricity and a bunch of time and money to waste on social media bots and shills.

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Kitco has plenty of these

>> No.23896787

Lmao, what’s their inventory like on silver menorahs?

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since 40+ miner bro started in April it's Sprott-tier/Sitfolio-tier, anyone who started buying miners after June should probably be around 15-20 tops

>> No.23896833


I've seen far too many "sure thing" miners and even royalty companies be blown up by random misfortune. Different precious metals investors speculate in different ways, and a lot if not the majority have high diversification for a high risk sector. Why take the risk, when you're guaranteed to multibag? All the DD in the world won't protect you from the random misfortunes in mining; that's just the truth.

Besides, you guys don't know my weighings or how many of these are free rides.

>> No.23896839

>Gold Star of David
>22k, same purity as coins
>Out of stock
Reminds me of how all three coin shops in my city are within half a mile of the synagogue.

>> No.23896858

>Reminds me of how all three coin shops in my city are within half a mile of the synagogue.
Lmfao that's fucking powerful

>> No.23896861

>Reminds me of how all three coin shops in my city are within half a mile of the synagogue.
Jews are notoriously lazy, they aren’t allowed to do any physical activity on Sundays

>> No.23896868


20% up in one day, then this news comes out.

>> No.23896896

>All the DD in the world won't protect you from the random misfortunes in mining; that's just the truth.

absolutely true. but these 'misfortunes' happen far more frequently when the commodity prices are ranging or bearish. during bull markets, the risks are massively mitigated. with small caps(provided they are indeed fundamentally solid) you only need small percentage of the allocation to be successful.

We all have our own tolerances I suppose.

>> No.23896907

I live in a wealthy area of my city which also happens to have a ton of Jewish people and by coincidence all of the coin and high end jewelry shops.

>> No.23896911

Id claim her eminent domain if you get what i mean

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>The great reset is not going to come to fruition. Trump is going to foil it.

I think Trump still has a very possible path to victory from here, but even so, there is NOTHING anyone can do to reverse the course we are on.

>> No.23897022

The closest one is actually across the street from it.

>> No.23897054

5oz 2020 libertads back at monument metals, get them while you can.

>> No.23897073

5 oz coins are tacky

>> No.23897093

Was glad to get a claim on a 5 and a single oz. the 5s are such a great size

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Trump will get both GA and PA, that means he only has to win 1 out of 4 (MI, WI, AZ, NV) to go over 270. With audits/recounts and the courts it's a done deal, and the left's meltdown will be the greatest day of salt and tantrums in history

>> No.23897110

You’ve just got the rona you tasteless pleb

>> No.23897121

New Schiff



Yes but even recently, Sandstorm gets fucked by the Turkish Lira, First Majestic gets fucked by Mexico, Osisko gets fucked by Barkerville, Mcewen suffers Fire, Flood, Plague, Alamos gets robbed at gunpoint, gold bars flown off into the sunset, Glencore mine operator seized at airport, forced to restart mine. It never ends.

Different strokes I guess, but I'm sure you'll do well. Good luck.

>> No.23897124


Same here but had to get the 1oz from APMEX, I feel dirty.

>> No.23897131

There will be a reset regardless what happens because the system itself is fucked. The question is, what will the reset look like?

>> No.23897200

>t. batfag

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Here we go again.....

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Hope you bought cheapies, demand ramping up

>> No.23897308

guns n metal thread up on /k/

>> No.23897314

i know i shouldnt go more that 50% of my savings into pm. but..

>> No.23897434

Don't see anything happening on the burger side yet.

>> No.23897471

Unless we can recount our national debt it won't really make a difference who's the president.

>> No.23897491

The idea at this point isnt to avoid the crash, which is impossible as you say, but rather to make sure we have a leader who will use the crash to usher in a new era of free markets rather than use the crash as a pretense for a world government and global slavery.

That being so I have some concerns about this Biden fellow guys...

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Welcome to the club gentlemen. Enjoy your stay.

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Thanks OP.

>> No.23897702

i would never have invested in anything related to turkey beyond shorting its currency. its not a safe jurisdiction and im not surprised at all

as for first majestic/mexico situation, i dont know enough about it. I do own two companies operating in mexico but i am certainly skeptical of its government.

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Alexco news today


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Forgot my coins but I hope this Sterling piece of art will do

>> No.23898086

always good to see news from the Keno Hill area

>> No.23898210

Very much agreed. For some reason many people here are balls-to-the-walls risk-takers. This is weird in an industry like this. I've tried to explain my reasoning for spreading thin too but I always get slapped with the "you've no faith" argument too. Better cover my bases rather than have blind faith that everything will always go smoothly

>> No.23898225

Thats great news. In my three months as a miner investor, i would say it will take about a week for the market to react. Buy now.

>> No.23898457

Beautiful big bars there bro. What made you decide to buy those instead of smaller ones, like 10 ozs?

>> No.23898550

>random misfortune
once you see the same misfortunes a few dozen times you understand it's not random

in time you might be able to predict it. But then you won't be welcome here

>> No.23898585

Got 10k. I want to buy gold. Good idea? Or should I wait. I’m trying to buy like 5 oz every month.

>> No.23898614

If you have none you should definitely buy now.

>> No.23898648

Noted. I’ll be at the LCS tomorrow morning.

>> No.23898678

How much is needed in each position to be considered enough? The make it kind of amount of money in a stock to have in a position so you're good at the end of this bull.

>> No.23898687

Bitcoin mooning, metals crashing It’s all playing out as I said it would.

>> No.23898704

what was your prediction?

>> No.23898719

I look forward to the pink wojack spam
Metals crashing is based though because cheapies about

>> No.23898748

Eyup. Wait till bitcoin fags realize that their currency is about to get banned or taxed to shit in the west, and if the people who currently own more than 20% of it sell off it will be an atomic rugpull.

Gold/silver: tried and true holder of value since the dawn of trade
Shitcoin: currency that is backed by nothing tangible, that has only been in use for a few years

>> No.23898778

>Wait till bitcoin fags realize that their currency is about to get banned or taxed to shit in the west
We don't even need that, we just need the 70% of hashing power in China to reverse one block. That'll make all hell break loose

>> No.23898814

Imagine trusting anything from China, controlled by China, or centralised in China, ever

>> No.23898819

>that has only been in use for a few years

>> No.23898837

I cant wait to see these fags lose everything

>> No.23898874
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It's a lot of inexperience and beginners confidence. People looking to get rich fast and easy. Then they work backwards from that point and decide they want to risk it all on a handful of stocks. It's not like it's impossible, but as Rick Rule says, why would you take such a huge risk when buying the index guarantees you a 3 bag minimum. Nobody adjusts for risk, and this mindset guarantees you get fucked eventually, and bad. The worse part is they don't even do their DD on the stocks, they just buy what's shilled. It's the worse of both worlds, and I bet there are a lot of silent bagholders lurking right now.

I don't think there's an understanding that the basket approach is extremely common amongst the best and most respected. Sprott, David Morgan, Jeff Clark, Don Durret, Gwen Preston, Jordan Roy-Byrne, David Erfle, Libo Tiggre, GV, the list goes on and on. They understand the pareto principle, that 80% of your gains come from 20% of your holdings, then they overweigh which picks are likely the 20%. That's where the confidence and concentration actually come into play.

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Here for ultimate stacks.

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Got my package from The Russian on my way out the door to work. Only had time to verify contents. On my lunch hour, I spread everything (almost; forgot the 2 Russian Youth pins) for a group portrait. I ordered the 6x 2 reichsmarks and 1x 5 reichsmark. All the rest were toss-ins. There's a 1 and a 10 reichsfennig, a 20 kopyek, a cool '85 5 mark coin, a vodka silver token (reads "Ag .999"), a silver "scale" (which looks to have St. George on the obverse??), and an assortment of Russian pocket calendars from the 80s and 90s. All in all, a great experience.

>> No.23898912

I don't want them to lose everything, I just want them to see the massive error in their asset of choice

>> No.23898947

I want them to fuck off and die. Worthless oxygen stealers.

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people give value to things. things don't have inherent value, idiot
if people think link had value it has value

>> No.23898958 [DELETED] 


has value*

>> No.23898967

Collapse in TEN YEARS. Fuck I can’t wait that long. The fuck.

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this isn't my whole stack, but is this enough to get in the door?

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Erik Townsend made a pretty good point on Macrovoices that the selloff in Gold off the Pfizer vaccine was based off a risk off mentality, but the news that the CEO sold 62% of his shares was never priced back in. That and the fact that the virus case counts are on the rise. If this vaccine was legit, why the hell would you sell off the initial news, instead of holding on until when you're printing money selling the vaccine?

He says he bought during the dip for this reason. I did as well, because we're nearing the end of the wedge formation; last test we broke out, then we dumped off some likely bullshit news based off the CEO's selling; likely then the next test we break upwards and continue the next leg. Regardless of which way we break, it's coming very very soon.

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>> No.23899116

Yeah I don't hate them, I just pity them. Frankly I see the value in using it as a risky short-term day trader investment, but I think they're gonna go to shit in less than a decade, while physical commodities and assets will be valuable until the end of intelligent life.

Seriously, if you can't hold, use, or stand on your asset, its not an asset. I'd give the exception with stocks, but you could theoretically go to tesla and hold whatever 00.0000001% of the company you own with your share, lol.

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interesting enough, silver's chart looks like a breakout backtest, although we may be just expanding the size of the wedge. Either way I`m bullish

>> No.23899255

I promise you won't regret this.

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Pic related: reminder
Even better than indexing is informed, risk-conscious stock picking

>> No.23899311

100k btc, 3k gold, 40 silver in 2024 . Screencap it so you remember.

>> No.23899345

ah I see it's pulling numbers out of our ass time

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>> No.23899358

i would but i have no space on my 1tb hard drive for inane, baseless price predictions

>> No.23899366

I could think of worse things to pull out of an ass. Though not many.

>> No.23899367

Right on. Maximum gains using minimum risk.

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>I don't think there's an understanding that the basket approach is extremely common amongst the best and most respected. Sprott, David Morgan, Jeff Clark, Don Durret, Gwen Preston, Jordan Roy-Byrne, David Erfle, Libo Tiggre, GV, the list goes on and on.
let me tell you a little secret : they are all millionnaire. You dumbfuck think you can do the same as these guys, pick 50 stock and invest into them ? How much are you going to invest into each stock ? 100$ ? At some point you need to size accordingly to your situation and money available. You cited GV, he also gave you the top 10 stock to invest into in case you dont have load of money which just confirm what we say here. Do your DD, pick the best and invest. Of course, keeping like 2-3 stock is not recommended imo unless its a major. I had 10, then sized to 8 to finally 6 which is the perfect size for someone like me with only 1k per month to play with.

>> No.23899417

Artemis Gold has some interesting new info out about their Blackwater Gold Mine near Vanderhoof BC. https://www.juniorminingnetwork.com/junior-miner-news/press-releases/2742-tsx-venture/artg/87401-artemis-presents-key-data-on-near-surface-high-grade-mineralization-at-blackwater.html

>> No.23899469

>It’s not controlled by anyone

>> No.23899471

new here. what price do you guys feel comfortable buying in at generally? I have been wanting to re-up on junk silver but my cost average is around $17

>> No.23899505

Depends on what you’re buying
Spot price or lower is always ideal, low premiums are the next best case

>> No.23899522

I`ve got no idea how much you have to invest, but we`re just going to have to disagree. Different strokes, whatever. But what do you do as your stocks appreciate? Aurcana was a great buy at 40c but I'm just not going to put any more money in at 1$ as I can find way better risk adjusted returns. It's how my portfolio grew. Would you under your 6 stock portfolio just keep adding?

>> No.23899557

I rarely get to talk about precious metals and chemistry here, but this is fascinating. Apparently gold can be used to treat arthritis. Either in pure form (gold jewelry, MAYBE colloidal too) or as Au(I) salts, it can reduce inflammation systemically or locally, depending on the mode of delivery!

>> No.23899574

really? I would love some more information on this.

>> No.23899576

>I`ve got no idea how much you have to invest
As I said in my post if you had read it, 1k per month.
>Would you under your 6 stock portfolio just keep adding?
Yes, but it seems we don't invest for the same reason. For me, we're shorting the world financial order, I dont believe we will just stop at x10. If for some reason some stock become way too pricey, I will switch my allocation to Uranium stocks which I don't have the money for right now. My PF in case you're interested :

>Impact Silver - Mexico - 134 MC silver/lead/zinc/copper/gold
>Dolly Varden - Canada - 89 MC gold/silver/copper
>Canada silver cobalt - Canada - 61 MC silver/cobalt/nickel/gold/copper
>Vangold - Mexico - 28 MC gold/silver
>Klondike - Canada - 15 MC - silver/lead/zinc

Also keep in mind I already have a big physical foundation, I can afford this risk.

>> No.23899626

(I can believe this one)

(Bit more iffy on this one)

>peer reviewed science

(time tested gold salt for Rheumatoid arthritis)

>> No.23899685

now that is very interesting info, anecdotally a few of the old timer miners I know drink spring water year round. The water carries huge counts of both gold and silver in solution. I wonder if that has anything to do with how they look and feel.

>> No.23899711

I could believe it does. Spring waters (both hot and not) contain innumerable amounts of minerals that our bodies could use.
>Ancient chinese secret
says that cooking rice with a gold coin can help bring balance of the minerals in the body, and thus health.

Maybe those alchemists were on to something. I've long thought this as a chemist, but I'm a very odd chemist.

>> No.23899763

>I'm a very odd chemist.
not that odd

geologists still aren't sure how gold is deposited into crystals within the crust of the planet. The problem is gold isn't really soluble in water and it's usually water depositing the crystals.

so there's this whole colloidal fugacity molecular suspension occasional chloride salt thing going on. Maybe.

>> No.23899784

they for sure dont have arthritis, some of these guys are in their 80s and are still hiking around like they were 30. Someone needs to investigate this deeper.

>> No.23899846

>gold deposited before the oxygen holocaust (actual term, and I love it), gold may have been more soluble in the very weird oceans back then?
>Molten igneous rock carries molten gold with it, deposits inside cavity,...,nuggets?
>Gold is really just the Earth telling us to dig deeper, and ignore those sounds we hear behind us in the dark.

>> No.23899859

the only issue i see here is that inflation is never going to hit mainstreet. why would it? its going to continuously be diverted to asset prices, but never into the grocery stores. Rich people will be able to ride inflation but non-asset holders will be absolutely decimated.

An actual crash is going to be triggered by EXTERNAL rejection of the US dollar, not by the FED themselves. No FED chairman would ever willfully let a catastrophic crash happen. they will continue the shell game as long as the world demands dollars. the only things that will go up are real estate, stocks, bitcoin, gold, and silver.

But remember, in the case of silver, there is an industrial incentive to suppress the prices

>> No.23899887

What if gold deposits were just ancient civilizations' fat stacks that got buried after an upheaval, melted and fused together over time

>> No.23899905

gold was definitely more soluble before the rust belts because ammonia was more common then and readily dissolves gold.

unfortunately most modern gold deposits date to the Tertiary, or lower Paleogene in modern jargon, which is significantly later than the great oxygenation event and even well after the reign of the dinosaurs.

I like your interpretations though, we might oughta partner up for a PhD here

>> No.23899933

Sadly, I'm just now finishing up my first semester for my master's, and barring tragedy, am bound to our family land. The PhD awaits me in my future though, for I have already published papers about silver and gold nano stuff.

Not saying we should be drinking colloidal silver and gold, but cooking with silverware and eating with gold plated utensils may be good enough if we can't find placer streams!

>> No.23899934

something very similar has actually been proposed, minus the ancient civilizations

>> No.23899949


I did a geology degree and a masters in comparative vertebrate anatomy. I'll leave it to the reader to decipher that puzzle.
Or not.

>> No.23899954

we know that gold is often deposited in a brine solution (think a gas/fluid) that is trapped dozens of KM below the surface of the earth. When a major fault or fracture occors, this fluid is shot up into the cavity and begins to solidify. With the temperature and pressure lower than that needed to suspend the gold and other heavy elements, they grow as mineral deposits along the contact of the host rock and the newly grown quartz vein. This can occur hundreds or thousands of times in succession creating an ore body. You can also have secondary enrichment, where fluids work their way through an existing ore body and redeposit further mineralization within the host rock adjoining the original structure. Many of the silver ore bodies we discuss here when looking at miners were formed as VMS (volcanic massive sulfide) type formations. These are formed as cones or halos around black smoker like structures or from any number of other volcanic intrusive events. These usually stack on top of one another forming "blebs" of higher and lower grade ores. These can than undergo any number of ulterations to form different ore structures. I am really simplifying this too, there are entire text books on the subject, but this series can better explain if your interested. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXqE82UIVVU&t=2s

>> No.23900015

Just regular chem. I've got a touch of the 'tism, so I really can't be assed to look into things I don't have a verifiable passion for. Luckily, when I went door to door asking for undergraduate research, our now chair had an opening for her silver nanoparticle research, and I was instantly hooked. Was initially gonna go straight for PhD, but an impromptu foray into a double major with Mechanical engineering halted that dream by dropping my GPA from ~3.5 to 2.7 in just one semester.
>geo bachelors to vert. anatomy
I'm guessing paleontology got you?

So gold/silver ores/lodes are essentially scabs that form when the earth is wounded? Sounds probable, although I was kinda hoping my Balrog explanation was correct.

>> No.23900022

One other bit, nuggets "grow" we think as a side effect of secondary enrichment. As sufide ores are pushed up in mountain building water from the surface percolates down into the minerals and breaks down the sulfides into sulfuric acid and oxides. Long story short, the gold atoms attached to the cores of minerals such as pyrite break away in the acid solution and than bond with larger particles when they meet. This continues until the particle becomes a grain, and this gold grain than can be eroded out into stream sediments. This process is best observed in the course gold found in australia.

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Why would metals be stacked if not for people doing the stacking
If a house fire is sufficient to turn a stack into a chunk imagine if a bullion bank got glassed

>> No.23900042

there are problems though

ore deposition in primary deposits DOES indicate a thermal gradient, but supergene enrichment would require a compound capable of dissolving gold, which isn't common in meteoric waters.

also as you know placer gold can grow through gravity compression of dust and flakes into nuggets in cracks and crevices.

there's also apparent biodeposits in Brazil involving probably colloidal gold and cyanobacteria very similar to bog iron, but with gold.

some of these processes remain a mystery, particularly which solvents dissolve gold in primary and supergene deposits, and which organisms consume and deposit it in biofilms.

>> No.23900050

>I'm guessing paleontology got you?
It's a hobby, geo paid the bills.

good call.

>> No.23900071

you got it.

kings used to pay people to count their gold. One reason was to make sure it was all there.

the other reason is if you stack gold coins and let them sit for decades they melt together under their own weight.

>> No.23900117

yes I had read of these bacteria and I ve seen them in action in placer gold here in the cariboo. Tiny orb shaped gold particles are found all the time here, and for the longest time no one had a clue how they formed, new research indicates its a biological process by similar sulfide consuming bacteria which live in water and within surface ore outcrops as well. Your also right, to my knowledge no ones come up with a chemical mix that actually dissolves and suspends the metals. Pressure and heat can only do so much.

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>Gold is really just the Earth telling us to dig deeper, and ignore those sounds we hear behind us in the dark

>> No.23900150

>Pressure and heat can only do so much.
fugacity rules.

there's a formula or two we haven't discovered yet. I would give my left nut to have some of your botroidal gold to stick under the electron microscope. If we can find the bacteria doing it we could culture them and gold could be farmed, no? Fracking for gold. Mining on a molecular level.

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lmao we doing this are we
>walls of encrypted energy
so nothing, glad we cleared that up
>equities have been more volatile
bitcoin's whitepaper designated it as supposed to be a currency, not an equity, nice try, it only 'became' an equity when the fucker devs decided not to allow an increase to the block size so they could shill Blockstream
>legacy finance uses more energy
legacy supports billions of people, there are only 1 million active btc wallets, not even remotely equivalent
>supposedly not being controlled by anyone makes it better than legacy networks
better at making money for Adam Back, Blockstream and the CCP, sure
>geographic arbitrage
have fun buy anything from Nigeria, or anything other than digital products, you good goy consoomer. Everything else gets banned at the border.
>muh nuclear codes and nasdaq
considering the majority of the hashrate comes from China, all it takes would be Xi pulling the pin, and suddenly $9000 fees to pay for your $5 pizza in 8 years time
>gold is only relatively scarce
This is a reasonable argument, but gold also physically exists and is not reliant on electricity generation, meaning btc can only be money for (globally speaking) rich bastards but gold is money for everyone. better hope we never see another Carrington even in the future with our weakening magnetic field!
>it's a public ledger
So it's not private, great, so the Feds can watch too
>it was never anonymous
It easily could be, which would also it to serve its original purpose as a decentralised, global currency that takes power away from the 1% and the banks, but that would make it harder to exploit for profit by the devs.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not opposed to btc ideologically (aka BSV) or in its current state, ride that ponzi high and make some nice profit while you can. However, don't make BTC out to be something it's not, that makes you a lying shill and there's too many of those in the world today.

>> No.23900176

I do know from personal studies that the bacteria? that causes Lyme disease hordes silver. Possible treatment in that, as while silver usually kills most bacteria due to active electrons/redox processes, plasmon resonance could be induced via light and possible cure for lyme disease. Maybe some similar/related bacteria horde gold?

>> No.23900199

fascinating, thank you for sharing. It's a rare bacterium that can survive silver for sure! Silver and light is even more lethal.

I'm drunk and not good at chem, but are there redox environments that can dissolve gold? I know any redox will send silver and copper into solution as long as no oxides block the ion path.

>> No.23900219

also now wondering if we can use ticks to mine silver.....

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Ochaco says never stop stacking!

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I think I have a photo or two of this gold under the microscope, let me have a look. We know which microbes are doing it, the issue is there the type of extremophile that doesnt do much for 50 thousand years. One other interesting new field of mineral exploration involves taking assay samples from plants such as "horse tails" or pine / spruce trees. These plants bio accumulate PMs at a specific rate that can be used to hone in on deeply buried mineral deposits under overburden which would hide them normally.

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I'm gonna be buying some gold/silver soon. Had some questions:

1. All those pictures people post like pic related, about how much $ is that worth? Are people on /biz/ really dropping 30k + on gold? Shit I should have invested earlier.
2. What kind of safe should I get? Home owner here I can drill and do whatever.
3. Are people insuring their gold/silver or is that a waste of money?
4. Is it better to buy online or go to a local gold dealer and buy bullion and coins directly from them? Is there a big price difference?

>> No.23900252

bioavailable silver depends on the ammonium iirc. Ammonia can dissolve gold, and in the proper redox solution ammonium converts to ammonia. this is also a biological process in everything from bacteria to fish to people.

>> No.23900257

well you can pan ant / termite hills for gold and diamonds. Its a prospecting technique used in africa often.

>> No.23900267

I've assayed horestails before, I hear you on that one.

I wonder if we could genetically engineer our goldophiles to take it up and deposit it much more quickly?

>> No.23900274

the extremophile bacteria that bio accumulate gold do so as a side effect of breaking sulfide molecules into oxides for energy. The oxides dissolve away in the water but the gold is left as atomic particles in the organism which fuse together into spheres. These drop out after the organism dies.

>> No.23900279

I used them for bird teeth and dinosaur bone in screen-washing programs for my thesis. Ants are pretty cool bioaccumulators for some things.

>> No.23900280

Cyanide is amazing at dissolving gold. Creates Au(CN)2(-) . Main pathway for refining for miners. Also good ol' aqua regia. Creates Chloroauric acid. Also, what >>23900252
says about ammonia/ammonium.

I might be digging up the spontaneous 20 foot diameter ant colony that appeared in our front yard for precious gems/metals now.

>> No.23900307

thank you, that's essentially what I was taught in intro to gold deposits. This forms the colloid.

agree, I've used cyanide processes before. Also not surprising to find them in cyanobacteria? or is the 'cyano' due to something other than cyanide?

>> No.23900312

Just intruding to say that this is a fascinating and rare discussion here on /pmg/ and I'm thrilled to lurk and read everything

>> No.23900321

let them work their magic for a few months, than take a magnet over the surface dirt they have excavated. If you find magnetites stuck to the magnet, than go to the edges of the mound and without bugging the ants too much dig up and pan the course material the ants have dumped. I panned a topaz that way once in the Kootany region years ago.

>> No.23900326

thanks, don't report me and get me banned like last time I discussed process eng for gold in /pmg/

>> No.23900336

magnetite often has gold values as well

sometimes plat group and rare earths too

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>mfw fear of lockdowns is going to tank the markets

>> No.23900347

yes all the magnetites here carry free mill gold, we keep them and rod mill them with mercury to recover the super fine particles during the winter.

>> No.23900352

1. Pic looks like ~13k probably. Some anon did buy a 500g and 100g bar of gold previously so yes there are people dropping 30k+ too
2. Don't know much about safes but I think one that joggers can't just pick up and walk off with would do fine
3. Maybe if you're storing it in a vault somewhere instead of at home
4. Whichever has better prices. You get to build relations with local shop owners though

>> No.23900355

cyanobacteria are called that because they are blue-green.
I will likely find lots of magnetite, as East texas is very rich in Iron in the sandstone. Hope the winter doesn't kill them off first though.

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I love that picture, I fap to it everyday. One day I will get a lingo too and touch it before sleeping

>> No.23900394

Don't you feel mongoloids knowning that btc is mooning and you are holding shit?

>> No.23900395

I trash them but only because of low volume. You need tons of my black sand to get a gram of gold. But the gold is certainly there.

you and I are in rare earth country. Our slag will be mined one day for a new treasure.

>> No.23900414

o yea I am quite positive in a few decades some young guy will be strip mining my back drive way where I dump all the sulfide tailings.

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>the shitcoin ponzi is getting bigger
>therefore gold is somehow suddenly worthless
maybe you should read through a /pmg/ thread, you might learn something

>> No.23900431

I own crypto and PM's. I'm probably gonna cash out soon. How does it feel to know that we will all be getting FWTDHATQAD's, and you will be still sitting around holding your USB stick that doesn't work because the power is out.

>> No.23900457

>cyanobacteria are called that because they are blue-green.
fair enough, but ammonia/ammonium and cyanide processes aren't rare in biology. which makes me wonder.
either that or they'll have to pay someone thousands of dollars to remediate your yard and mine.... hard to say.

honestly I dump random batches of mercury around the yard just to fuck with future people.

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What does FWTDHATQAD mean? I've only been on /biz/ for a few months sorry fellas

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>mfw I hadnt even really thought about all the mercury, lead and ARD thats probably built up in my yard over the past 10 years.

>> No.23900488

>dumping mercury around your yard
Guess the Jade emperor came back to life folks!

>> No.23900489

it means cheap oral sex with milfs and their teen daughters at the same time. Or something like that.

>> No.23900507

you know me Pan Man, I do enviro. I think about it all the time!
Last summer I broke 500 T-8 fluorescent tubes in my yard just to see how much mercury was in them.

protip- not enough.

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>it means cheap oral sex with milfs and their teen daughters at the same time. Or something like that.

>> No.23900522

I'm cute, I get my dick sucked without merc dimes

>> No.23900561

Qin dynasty alchemists ain't got shit on us! We gonna live 5eva! (It's one more than 4eva)

>> No.23900576

Formerly well-to-do housewives and their questionably (-underage-) adult daughters

>> No.23900593


I'm guessing you're read Bob Temple's sinophile shit on mercury and the emperors...

if not you should

mercury makes you crazy. I am crazy
I once fapped with mercury on /sci/

but crazy is very close to genius, aint it?

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>this whole post

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Tether is about to cause the most catastrophic rug-pull in human history.



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>> No.23900681

there is a little creek that flows into Cunningham creek in my neck of the woods known as "krazy Creek" due to all the people who went mad from drinking from it repeatedly. There is a native arsenic outcrop in the stream bed half way up steam, and its just dissolving into the water. No way in hell would I ever drink that water.

>> No.23900705

Haven't read that book in particular, just know of their love for quicksilver. Also mercury has a bad rep. SO LONG as it's not an organometallic complex, AND you don't inhale the stuff, it's safe to handle/imbibe. There's also something that's just inherently fascinating about a liquid metal that absorbs other metals. Like watching a phagocyte, it's amazing how much gold foil or silver a gram of mercury can intake. Then again, I'm the guy who thinks that Au/Ag/Hg/and salt are inherently "special" and posses primative "pseudo sprits" about them, which is what makes them effective against various evils and considered holy the world over.

The old tap water we used to drink in our farm house where I grew up had stupid amounts of arsenic in it. Somehow, I am resonably sane.

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As of today, seven-day annualized printing-rate of tether is $38 billion per annum.

I suspect that the CFTC knows that tether is a scam, but they won't audit it for the same reason that they won't audit the COMEX. Crypto is an Adam Back/Blockstream-created ponzi to split the anti-fiat community. The COMEX already would have gone bankrupt if our efforts had been fully concentrated on silver during these past ten years. Once fiat collapses BTC becomes priced in gold, and all crypto (as being the fruit of the poisoned well) immediately goes to zero.

"To overturn the history of gold is wishful thinking. Fully backed Gold and silver substitutes and circulating coins are practical and acceptable for 7bn transacting individuals. BTC will then have no role and sink to zero priced in gold." - Alasdair Macleod, 8 November 2020

>> No.23900745

is that marky mark? good vibrations?

so this one dude Robert Temple wrote a book called "The Genius of China" in which he argues for the technological superiority of ancient China and the transport of tech along the silk road to medieval europe. Among the technologies he discusses is the use of mercury for sustaining life, which is actually sort of a mistake. Mercury makes people insane and eventually kills them.

I'm a geologist so I'm intimately familiar with the use of mercury in processing gold and silver. I'm also an environmental contractor, so I'm trained to contain and clean up mercury, methylmercury, and other extremely toxic mercury compounds.

in spite of this I keep a bit of mercury on hand and I'm versed in bioavailability so I know how to handle it relatively safely. It's never safe, but in most situations it's not that dangerous.

so /sci/ back in 2012 got to talking about how toxic mercury is, and to prove that elemental mercury isn't particularly toxic I rubbed it on my erect penis for several minutes until I ejaculated. This is /sci/ myth and lore, and probably nobody there remembers it. But it made for some shiny silver sufer cock pics and it was good fun

also I'm probably insane and definitely drunk. But my machine continues to function better than most.

>> No.23900773

yeah, I've panned big beads of mercury right out of the creek that feeds water to Vail, Colorado
one of the richest towns in the US, and they're drinking mercury. Hopefully they run it through a carbon filter, huh?
amalgams are absolutely magical
the patio process is pure magic
like who came up with that shit and how?

>> No.23900801

got a question for ya anon, is USDC or GUSD ok?

>> No.23900811

as a side note this article popped up for me through the Canadian Taxpayers federation. Apparently they dont like the Yukon government spending grant money to dump gold back in a creek. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/dawson-gold-rush-revival-1.5157613

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I've heard about you mercury dude. It's amazing how much stuff in science is "how did you think of that" tier. In my neck of the woods, surface plasmon resonance. Quite literally, the surface atoms of some metal are "vibing" with light going through?by?over? (who the fuck knows) them. Or the numerous characterization methods like nucleur magnetic resonance, or electron pair resonance, or fucking Mossbauer spectroscopy. The whole "it came to me in a dream" thing is more or less acceptable at a certain level of chemistry.

>> No.23900881

but seriously, you ever found a piece of ground so rich you think it must be salted?

I have

>> No.23900922

well I ve found salted ground before for sure, but also yes I ve hit a few spots by accident where it was as it was in the 1860s. Twice I ve been hiking up a creek and sat down on a good bedrock outcrop, looked down and started picking little nuggets off the surface. I also got to witness guys snipe bedrock on a stretch of bedrock from the lost Heron Channel on Grouse Creek a few years ago. A channel carved in the bedrock, 1ft deep and 6ft wide, entirely filled with course magnetite and gold. It wasnt very long, but the pay streak was fantastic.

>> No.23900985

That pic is retarded
First 55 millions are nothing
Blockstream does not control btc mongoloid

theter is backed. Fed subphoened them and everything was ok. Stop being a mongoloid midwet

>> No.23900997

LOL midwit conspiration theories

>> No.23901016

I believe dreams do reveal much. But that's for each person to decide. I suspect a certain amount of genius and education is a pre-requisite.

I once surveyed a mine dump. Not really a mine dump, just some spilled ore at the bottom of a tramway. Maybe 10 yards or meters, nothing big. A low pile.

So I didn't see much at first, just pyrites, quartz and schist. I sat down, looked closer. Still didn't see much. Ate lunch, drank some Jack from the Flask. Rain clouds came in and dripped, and then moved on. Sun came out and lit up wire gold in quartz on one rock.
I ended up buying the spill pile for $1000 and selling it for $10k

but even that wasn't the craziest thing I've seen. You and I have both seen wealth on the ground like nobody here can imagine.

>> No.23901019

>The COMEX already would have gone bankrupt if our efforts had
The fact is that the comex (silver paper) as well as theteer are backed you absolute midwet

>> No.23901058

my favorite is going to some of the old placer dumps after a good rain storm and searching the moss patches. The tailings washes down with the rain, and sometimes a big picker nugget ends up stuck in the moss. You wait for the light to hit the moss in the right way and boom you can see the gold. I ve done that at a few placer mines as well when they are packing up the clean up gear for the season.

>> No.23901068

>its going to continuously be diverted to asset prices, but never into the grocery stores.

anon inflation has already hit basic necessities and you can see evidence of inflated prices all across the globe.

>> No.23901083

I love going back to old dredge tailings because every year the rain washes away the silt and leaves the gold on the surface. Not as rich as a moss patch, but I love to harvest the surface gold as it accumulates every few years.

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>wake up
Silver flatlined same as yesterday and day before

>> No.23901140

>having premarital sex
definitely NGMI

>> No.23901158

I've been married twice, how premarital can my sex be?

this is totally that brendan fraser dudly do right movie

>> No.23901167

>married more than once
holy shit man, you keep taking L's. stop getting divorced dude.

>> No.23901169

I never know if you guys are joking or legit incels

>> No.23901182

You're on pmg, we are supposed to be the most advanced and intellectual being on earth, don't put us to shame you dumbfuck and stop being divorce raped, especially twice! How shameful...

>> No.23901183

I'm married, doing it more than once is just shooting yourself in the dick. you already got fucked in a divorce once, why would you do it twice?

>> No.23901214

the secret is to make more than twice what you would alone and lose less than half what you would together.

but that's not important. You boys need to be getting laid. Money is not more important than the cum. And they're not even connected. You can get laid and make bank, these are two different pursuits.

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Holy shit the cope is real! So you clearly know you're going to be financially raped by the court and squeezed out of your hard won money, but still go for it. No hope for you. You don't need to get married to have sex, keep your shaming tactics for someone else. Marriage in western world is just another trap for men with feminism and especially no-fault divorce. No pussy is worth losing half my shit I've worked decades to accumulate.

>> No.23901324

alone I save a grand a year. maybe two

married I save 40 grand a year. and get free pussy

the difference should be obvious to the intelligent gentleman. Divorce isn't rape. Not for men with a decent attorney anyways.

>> No.23901382

The problem is with you not being able to save more than a grand a year alone, I save 14k alone at 28yo. The fact that you think you're above the average man is laughable, do you even know the average rate of divorce in USA? Do you think none of these men had lawyer? Have you ever seen how goes a divorce court on YouTube or anywhere else?
Thanks for proving my point retard. Your third is incoming.

>> No.23901412

yet previously married men are almost always in better financial shape than you.

the simple math is if your wife makes any money at all you're better off absorbing her income than being alone. How that plays out at divorced depends how much she makes, but it' usually a win.

>> No.23901439

>I save 14k alone at 28yo

I wouldn't press you to marry. you're doing fine.

but most people in the US have less than $1k in disposable income PER YEAR. So you're a special case.

>> No.23901460

>You boys need to be getting laid.
I'm married, I have children, I'm getting laid
>You can get laid and make bank
I know.
>the secret is to make more than twice what you would alone and lose less than half what you would together.
>just make so much money that when she inevitably fucks you over, it won't hurt TOO bad.
this is a level of coping that shouldn't even be possible.

>> No.23901478

>I believe dreams do reveal much. But that's for each person to decide. I suspect a certain amount of genius and education is a pre-requisite.
I always knew the academic folks were more egoistical but come on anon, no need to jack off over being superstitious

>> No.23901488

>this is a level of coping that shouldn't even be possible.
I'm just talking straight biz

if you made more divorcing her than you would have staying single you profited.

my case I could make $1k per year alone or $20k per year married, which even cut in half was $10k per year divorced.

I made X10 being married.

simple as

>> No.23901505

this is an extreme form of autism. enjoy your divorce(s).

>> No.23901520

ultimately it didn't matter

X10 didn't matter. I made X1,000,000 of a venture my wife proposed.

>> No.23901576

Why dox yourself bro

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Finally hit 200 oz of physical silver cheers fellas nd felllow yukari fans, should i wait till the next 26 an oz to sell my metal pools online? Or will silver continue to climb? More dips in December? Advice?

>> No.23901824

just like the election silver is going to be up and down for a while until a clear winner is chosen

>> No.23901986

>claim to do insane amount of work to be sure to only invest in the cream of the crop
>literally buy into every single miner on planet earth
what did he mean by this?

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Lads I am looking to buy the GDX VanEck Gold Miners ETF, which exchange does it make most sense to buy it on?

>> No.23902126

Hey PAN MAN I got to do a tour of an assay lab today and it was pretty neat, the amount of tests they can do to rocks, not just for gold is mind blowing, also the metallurgist was like an encyclopedia and pretty helpful, stuff paying for expensive consultants or trying to DIY shit, i might just try and email them now and pick their brains, anyway thanks for reading my blog.

>> No.23902181

Only RA though, not Osteoarthritis

>> No.23902195

The gold used for RA is injected

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Inject the goa'uld? Then how will I clink it?!

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>The question is, what will the reset look like?
If you didn't figure it out by now you really didn't pay any attention...
Let me give you the QRD : a global, communist totalitarian tyranny controlled by neo-malthusian ultra-wealthy jews. A tyranny where private property is abolished for the goyim, where you will have to hand your kids to the state, where you will be jailed into big smart cities, unable to get away a certain perimeter, where you'll only be fed bugs and highly nutritious zogsoups laced with bigpharma poisons to keep you docile, where you'll have to ask authorizations to have kids, and if your genetic material isn't deemed good enough it will be refused, where most will only rely on UBI to survive, and where your UBI is tied to your social credit score.

A world where transhumanism is the new state-approved religion, with your body being filled with nanobots constantly monitoring and reporting to big brother your health infos and positionning. And where elites are gods, able to kill you just by the pushing of a button. A world where only big tech and state media propaganda will be allowed, where socializing will be forbidden unless it's online. Where the history and cultures of all people are totally erased, where only remain ugly, mixed-races mutts with genetic defects (but for the elites of course), who have no past, thus no future, and too dumb to get out of this nightmare.

A global, deshumanized society literally based on satanism, and with our elites propably guided by out-of-this-realm entities (that's my take at least).
We are almost there, the (((great reset))) is supposed to take place in early 2021. Just as Bill Cooper warned us it would be, already 30 years ago. It wasn't even intuition or works of fiction from him ; he was simply reading the fucking textbooks our elites follow to the letter since centuries. But only now they decided to achieve their masterplan. What a time to be alive bros....

>> No.23902297


You've taken what everybody in the PM/Austrian/libertarian community already knew and then poisoned the facts with racialism and anti-semitism.

>> No.23902311

Does it make it less true? No. This is the future you didn't chose but deserve fo being docile cattle.

>> No.23902398


Even people like Alex Jones and David Icke have been saying what is in your post for years, the only difference is that you have poisoned the facts with racialism and anti-semitism and ensured that nobody will take them seriously who isn't a neo-Nazi. By the way, Bill Cooper didn't blame everything on the Jews either.

>> No.23902470

>4 posts by this ID
>Every single one kvetching about MUH ANTI-SEMITISM!!!!
We’re sick of your shit rabbi, leave and don’t come back

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>Even people like Alex Jones and David Icke have been saying what is in your post for years
So What? Did you want me to write a fiction? This wasn't the goal in case you didn't notice. It's not a pissing contest to see who will invent the worst dystopian nightmare, it's the fucking world as our elites want it and where we almost already are, you brainlet.
Do you think AJ and Icke invent anything either lol? This is the world we live in.

>the only difference is that you have poisoned the facts with racialism and anti-semitism and ensured that nobody will take them seriously
Aaah the good ol' NPC! Surely our neo-malthusian eugenicists elites are not racists at all, and it's just by chance they all happen to be of the tribe of Light!
Also, i didn't made any racist claim, i just said what our elites believe, and you better believe they are more racists than i could ever be, even though i'm myself a neonazi.

>> No.23902562

It's funny how simply pointing at facts is anti-semitism to JIDF shillniggers. Unless of course it's Haarezt or the Jerusalem Post who brag about it,
In another thread i pointed out how i found it funny 8 out of the 10 richest people in my country are jews. And how 9 out of the 10 biggest media companies of my country were now owned by jews. Of course the zogshill patrol started to oygevalt about it, but when i led them to the jewish article from a known jewish media bragging about it, suddently they went all quiet.
Fucking kikes..

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According to many jewtube PM podcasters comex default or silver price suppression end in the end of november due to huge demand for physical delivery for paper silver contracts

>> No.23902773

Comex won't default but an anon already poated an image showing that they have deliverh problems after the last dump meaning that demand is greater than their actual supply (or they're just restricting deliveries in anticipation already)

>> No.23902830


>>Also, i didn't made any racist claim, i just said what our elites believe, and you better believe they are more racists than i could ever be, even though i'm myself a neonazi.

Klaus Schwab, the Chairman of the World Economic Forum, is a pure German. Look at all the people who were presenting at the Great Reset conference. Don't even know of any Jews among them. I am sure that there are some Jews among the élite class that wishes to control us, but you characterized literally all of them as "neo-Malthusian ultra-wealthy Jews."


Mass immigration is a communist plot to break down national cultures, has nothing to do with "race mixing to create genetic defects." Another benefit is to provoke inevitable Muslim terrorist attacks, which are then used as an excuse to take away liberty. Terrorism was the plan for controlling us before people resisted that, then it was the Climate Change agenda, then about a dozen different false pandemics were tried before this one managed to stick.

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well this thread sailed up shit creek pretty badly. At least I've got some new stuff from the recent threads to add to the next /pmg/ comic
>why yes I'm a genius, I masturbate with mercury
>get married so you can stack more
>don't get married so you can stack more
>not atomising your bullion and drinking as a health remedy
>can you microwave a silver bowl
>bro just invest in GOOD companies
>I invest in the cream of the crop aka every miner in existence
>i-is 2000oz enough
>b-bitcoin is a true store of value
>secondhand books are a thing?
>a billion trillion mike maloneys
>idiot, inflation is deflationary
>pls buy my ron paul shirts
>just invest in shrooms
>BTC went up 1c, gold is now defunct
>check out this silver pendant I stole from grandma
>clean coins are worth less, mate
>I have $14, give me 5 miners to invest in

>> No.23902921

>Mass immigration is a communist plot to break down national cultures
I think you're both wrong; you're thinking too complicated. The simple reason is cheap labour, a slave class so that the rich can keep sucking the blood of the poor in perpetuity. You're right about the communist part though as governments shift towards yet more control as debt piles up and the average Joe becomes more and more poor and dependent on the government

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Kek, five-star post. Can't wait to see the comic anon

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>Mass immigration is a communist plot to break down national cultures
Gee golly, I wonder (((who))) the first communists were?

>> No.23902967

>I wonder (((who))) the first communists were?
ants apparently

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GDX is cheap right now and free to buy at many places, I've bought it at Ally and TD Ameritrade. TD's "Think or Swim" app is kind of cool and starting to grow on me

>> No.23903103

Any lockdown will increase the timetable on the ponzi scheme collapse which is contrary to what the rigged enviroment from 1940-precovid 2020 would make you believe. They can paper over the silver and gold market, but the fundimentals of there was a dip in total silver mined this year compared to historical trend is bad news. The SCAMEX was never designed to actually doll out silver or gold. The more paper there is then silver prices get inflated due to comex buying & more people try to stand for delivery for comex silver. This is the negitive feedback loop the SCAMEX fears. The music on wallstreet has stopped, and most bankers know the SLV is coming to a close. It is just a matter of who is going to release the arrow from the crossbow in minecraft. Biden will highten the collapse compared to anything you can imagine with paid vacations for the whole nation, and student debt forgiveness which is abother underpinning of the stock market.
Tldr: QE infinity is hurting the scamex which is underpinning the stock market from plunging. If Trump gets the presidency though the supreme court, then we can extend this out, but we will be pushing it back for at most 4-5 years. So stack like your mothers life is on the line.

>> No.23903253

>Terrorism was the plan for controlling us before people resisted that, then it was the Climate Change agenda, then about a dozen different false pandemics were tried before this one managed to stick.
They all managed to stick, it was a slow process of constant addition to make every citizen into a potential, impossible to identify, threat.
>oh no, an invisible threat anyone could carry a bomb and be an extremist
>patriot act I & II, police going full military, spying allowed on everyone, CIA funded ghost prisons,...
>climate change
>oh no! an invisible threats where everyone consooming is ending up destroying the planet, you all better feel guilty toward mother nature, now lets add eco-taxes, carbon taxes, giant natural parks where the goyim aren't allowed to put a foot, etc...
>ho no! an invisible threat where everybody is now a bioterrorist! Better force them to wear a cuckcage, force them into lockdown, destroy the middleclass, force them to get vaccinated and push all the most orwelian bullshit we can!

There are 3 commons factors everytime
- 1 : being invisible, so you can push muh fear agenda even if fundamentally there is literally 0 changes in the daily lives of everybody,
- 2 : transforming perfectly find citizens into threats who must be policed for the "greater good", thus 'forcing' more-than-happy governments to implement all kinds of liberticide bullshit.
-3 : the mossad/Israel being deep up to the torso into every one of these scams.

>Klaus Schwab, the Chairman of the World Economic Forum, is a pure German
You mix up the parrot/marionette with the order giver it seems. Moreover, something NPCs struggle to understand is what is the essence of the perfid juden. Of course granny shlomette in tel aviv have nothing to do with this. The jews in control aren't even jews to begin with, they just larp as such. Satanic judaism isn't a religion nor a race to our elite, it's a luciferian doctrine.

>> No.23903328

Don't forget >gold mining bacteries

>> No.23903588

I really like canadian junk silver, the quarters in particular. Circulated 80% silver coins have a nice dull luster to them. The fact they made their denominations round divisibles of an ounce is nice too. The quarter is 0.150, half dollar is 0.300 and the full dollar is 0.600 ozt

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>Gee golly, I wonder (((who))) the first communists were?

>> No.23903843

Just woke up and saw the faggot is back.
Anyway, the checks for my order have been mailed and will hopefully be processed by the weekend.

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>finally, short of arguments, cornered, with no support from fellow goylems, the JIDF rabbi show his true face...

>> No.23903961

>we got too cocky vaccine/stock market/biden bros!

>> No.23904012

What THE FUCK happened to cause it?

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>vaccine/stock market
The nose know. I wonder if our rabbi friend will try to deny pfizer's CEO is a jew... Could be hard though since he love to brag so much about how jewish he is.

>> No.23904049

Uh, nothing? It's a 1% variation. Reality is we are stuck in an infernal loop of crabbing for now.

>> No.23904103

And that's a good thing

>> No.23904109

>inflation has already hit basic necessities

>> No.23904217

That depends on your time frame. Basic necessities were a lot cheaper a decade ago for example

>> No.23904227

Where can I learn how to do this

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I tested positive for the rona frens. Send me your energy.

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Really says a lot about BHS when instead of showing results they try to tempt people with permabull predictions like this.
Fuck I want OUT LET ME OUT

>> No.23904470

Groceries went up. Otherwise we've had better wage movement against inflation than any other period since before 1970, although that isn't saying much

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>> No.23904547

>being invisible, so you can push muh fear agenda even if fundamentally there is literally 0 changes in the daily lives of everybody,
Doesn't apply to climate change tho
Thats real
I can compare the last few winters to the winters when i was young and now we have more like a looong fall, no snow anymore
Also less rain, forests in summer where dry af here, the nuts in autumn are often crippled because the trees didn't have enough water

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rolling for GDX to hit $41.25 today so I can take a $900 profit on my 300 @$38.25

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Are you stacking pre 81 pennies anon? Easiest stack to build imo just sort through pocket change and you'll find some and even an occasional wheat penny.

Just a fun stack to build, wont make you rich but is indeed fun :3

>> No.23904702

Seems like my bull case estimate of >$25 silver will come to pass for the end of week price, unless a rugpull ends up happening near the end of the day. Base case of ~$24.5 remains, I doubt it will go under that

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>if you stack gold coins and let them sit for decades they melt together under their own weight.
What if I stack the tubes sideways. Checkmate!

>> No.23904770

honestly sounds like a load of BS to me

>> No.23904841

I remember a-holes like you saying shit like this back in 2005 when people were predicting gold would be over $1000 in a few years.

>> No.23904925

I mean it's possible but my point is that if BHS doesn't have anything better to tell their investors other than starry-eyed daydreams then I think it's a wonderful sign the company doesn't have much to offer. I'll leave for a better company, one that actually produces results (no pun intended) once -- or if -- I get back green

>> No.23904931

OP I are you a bizlet - what are your thoughts on chainlink

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you came to the wrong side of /biz/ motherfucker

>> No.23904972

Hey dumbass, math doesn't give BTC intrinsic value.

>> No.23904981

You are a fucking nutjob and you need to go dilate.

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My goal is to at some point be able to literally stack them Scottsdale 100s. Scottsdale just has it figured out. You have good taste overall fren.

>> No.23905031

shut the FUCK up and sell already you cunt. you bought the top of the pump because you're a shit trader, bought whatever was being shilled here and now i have to see your FUD in every /pmg/. BHS is exactly the same stock as when you bought it only now its even more undervalued. So buy more, or market sell and shut the fuck up about it.

>> No.23905085

Thanks fren. Feeling better already.

>> No.23905088

Thoughts on buying a few oz of platinum?

Read this article by an sjw pajeet and thinking it might be a buy signal:


>> No.23905107

Racialism and Jews are part of this you dunce. Quit kvetching rabbi

>> No.23905126

Oh well if your infographic says it wasn't Jews, who are we to argue.

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Suck a dick. I bought because I believed BHS' LIES about their production capabilities. Despite what they may tell investors, they are in fact NOT a producer because they're NOT FUCKING PRODUCING LIKE THEY SAID THEY WOULD. To top it all off, the retard of a CEO decided it would be best to buy another property while company balance is already on a tight leash, and decided it would be best to drill this new property just in time for winter, the hardest time to drill! I'll keep my small position because it's against my principles to sell while I'm red but fuck this company for its general incompetence and inability to follow through its promises

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>> No.23905173

Just sit back and enjoy the ride. Trading in and out always causes heart ache.

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trashing the horse is counterproductive, just wait for $30 silver, BHS will go to $0.20+ and exit

>> No.23905217

It's still going to collapse under Trump, the only difference is the NWO will have to abandon their North America plans entirely as Canada and Mexico will no longer be viable either, probably south America and eventually Europe too. a Trump win will set off a wave of anti-NWO uprisings across the western world.

>> No.23905222

i have explained this to you before but now that i realise i am dealing with an overly emotional anime posting faggot, i will no longer be engaging with you. please relinquish all BHS at market value immediately

>> No.23905223

Exactly. Their actions show they are a shit company.

>> No.23905247

That's honestly what I'm hoping for... So many other, better companies that will benefit just as much or even more from rising silver prices
good riddance, never reply to me again faggot

>> No.23905257

If crash, will git.

>> No.23905260

I have a couple of ounces just be aware that platinum carries high premiums and not a lot of shops will buy them from you for a decent price. I also own a major platinum producer (hint – there are only a couple) and I think that’s the better way to get exposure to it.

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hang in there fren, take zinc and vitamin D to help boost your immune system and SEE A DOCTOR for Trump's cocktail of RXs, you'll be fine

>> No.23905334

And then passing off chip samples as legitimate "bonanza grade" news. Fuck them. Fuck bayhorse. You guys wanna act like we were dumb and bought the pump. We didn't. At least I didnt. I did my DD. They looked solid and then they started pulling all this shit. I lost 600 dollars on a 1000 dollar investment. Fuck those mother fuckers. I will never touch them again. I hope they crash and fucking burn which is a damn shame.

>> No.23905338

Is it stupid of me to question human CO2 emissions as the main cause of it though?

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Even if that's real, which i agree to, what are the evidences it's man made? Climate change on earth are natural, cyclical phenomenons due to solar cycles, diminution of the earth's magnetic field, etc.. And there is nothing men can do to fix this.
Were Grug's mammoth braps blamed for the last glacial age, like (((they))) blame the meat eaters because cows' farts are supposedly destroying the ozone? They are simply mocking us with blatant bullshit.

You know what is very visible, clearly nefarious for the planet but they rarely speak about? It's the endless use of petrochemical derivatives, heavy metals and various poisons used by globohomo corp destroying the landscape. It would be easier to fix it. But the advantage of muh climate is the taxpayer can directly be accused of it and pay for taxes on imaginary stuff, instead of making boss shekelberg pay for destroying the eco-system. That's the real difference.

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I feel bad for you for throwing so much cash in the trash anon, I only put about 200 bucks into them and I'm still angry. Can't imagine how it must feel for you

>> No.23905400

Good idea, honestly does sound better than just getting the physical for once.

Can you at least tell us what continent your producer is on? Are you at all worried about jurisdictional issues is what I'm getting at

>> No.23905406

Why is Fortuna Silver FSM down 31 cent's today? I'm buying more if they didn't have a major problem

>> No.23905463

Even if it was man-made, so what? Who on earth would accept going back to middle age? Give up computer, freezer, light, automobile, a/c and all that shit? Absolutely no-one wants not to live as a king ang go back milking cow under the raging sun. So ignoring climate change is really the only solution beside a vast genocide and communism. What is destined to happen will happen.

>> No.23905478

I'm glad i didn't fell for the shilling on here. BHS truly have scam artist-tier practices.
And seeing Aurcana shilled the exact same way, on a daily like BHS was, make me nop the fuck out as well.

>> No.23905486

>going to the doctor
>thinking the doctor will treat him like a president
>as if doctors don’t want that sweet covid money

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>> No.23905506

No thanks. I harvest wild mushrooms and have plenty to kick the flu. I don't want to be put on any list or jewmacuticals.

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Yea, its kinda stupid
Humans are the cause for the biggest extinction event in millions of years, change in climate yadda yadda

>what are the evidences it's man made?
There are cyclical changes in temperatures but when you take a look at the linear scale of changing climate you see a massive hike in a strength and at a speed never before recorded at exactly the time the industrial revolution took its massive speedup
Search for climate change linear scale
>It's the endless use of petrochemical derivatives, heavy metals and various poisons used by globohomo corp destroying the landscape.
Yes its sad that even when the media produced cheap climate change virtue signal articles last year nobody cared about other shit humans are destroying on the planet
Waste in oceans, old forests getting chopped, or even worse burned down, waste pretty much everywhere except where it is actively cleaned in the first world
Its all manmade tho
Fuck humans

>> No.23905602

>But the advantage of muh climate is the taxpayer can directly be accused of it and pay for taxes on imaginary stuff, instead of making boss shekelberg pay for destroying the eco-system. That's the real difference.
This is true, but climate change is still a very real problem
The taxes just fuck the under/middle-class while the rich still don't care at all
Politicans are scum

>> No.23905613

are there any bullion dealers that sell gold in tetrahedrons or cubes

>> No.23905694

Desu you should go for First Majestic and PanAmerican. Both are rock solid and are predicted by tiprank analysts to go up by 25% minimum. Also FM extraction cost per oz is absolutely phenomenal : $9.85, it's far below all the others competitors. Especially compared to scammy juniors who try to make it sound bullish when they have a projected cost of $14/oz kek. Even if silver stay around $25 for a while that's still massive gains for FM.

>> No.23905903

And that 600 dollars is a lot to me.

Exactly. They're scam artists and aurcana i can't say much about other than im not going to invest in them. They just took out a loan and anons herr are trying to shill that as a good thing.

>> No.23905933

You have purple hair you fucking liberal.

>> No.23905952

The irish elk died out because of raising CO2 levels which made the undergrowth grow so much that it caused the elk to get stuck. As long as half the major rivers in the world flow with trash and pajeet shit don't fucking tax me. I can't afford to support more niggers.

>> No.23906033

Electromobility is a scam too
Cars only make up a small percentage of co2 output, the most is industry
Less consumption of unneeded CONSOOOMER shit like funko pops or new cars every few years could really help alot
Electric cars also are far worse for the planet in production than ices as the production of batteries is dirty af and they break down in a few years
Then a lot of the energy for the evs comes from coal atm, even if that may change in a decade or so
Dont forget the old ices will not get wrecked either, first they get resold in your own country, then when they are older they get sold to Africa where they still rmit the same stuff they did before

Refrigerators are a net win because you need less food production for the same results, no need to go back to the middle ages, just less CONSOOOOOOMING
>if someone promotes less CONSOOOOM hes clearly no corporate shill as this hinders their profits
Also there are clean forms of energy
Hydro is pretty clean even if it can fuck a local river biome a bit, then my biggest hope for the near future lies in solarthermic generation
This uses sunlight to create steam directly or indirectly which is used in a steam turbine just like the ones in coal or nuclear plants
These things can be built relatively clean and set in the right spot can produce a big amount of energy very predictable (not much rainy days in the desert)
With modern semiconductor tech and the thanks to this high voltage direct current we can create now transmitting electric energy over long distances without big losses is no longer a problem

>> No.23906104

well we've presented the only viable solution to climate change - mass genocide of the lower species. but you refuse to accept this reality and instead wish to allow billions more useless chinks and niggers to reproduce and consume the worlds resources. you should have listened.

>> No.23906131

I have blonde hair nigga
Is calling people liberal an argument in your mindset?

Im no fan of the taxes, they don't even get used to further intelligent projects to fight the destruction of our ecosystem
They are just a moneygrab by greedy politicans that saw the possibility for a new tax without much resistance

>> No.23906195

Copper is fun to stack a bit. It's just fun to think that for most of human history, a few copper coins would buy you lunch. It was the walking around cash.

>> No.23906301

Dont tell me what i think
Nice that you instantly spring to this we against them division mindset retard, i said something your (enemy political party) said once and you instantly ignore everything else
You are a mere tool to the deviders
I pray to papa nurgle to send us one of his gifts so that humanity gets once again decimated and natural evolution can take place again
That i posted the rising world population graphic instead of the rising temperature one should give of that i see the real problem of today in human overpopulation
Climate change, extinction of so many species and waste everywhere are just symptoms of overpopulation

>> No.23906305

can anyone figure out why FSM is down .35?

>> No.23906445

Apparently Earnings where shit
Im kinda surprised by that, will try to look into it

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earnings good

>> No.23906531

this... this is why I like companies like FM and AUN, low production cost, high yields, and they dont try to hype things up, just state whats what.

>> No.23906606

Yeah it is because you're scum.

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Retard, you want your money in high production cost for maximum bénéfice. That's how you ride a bullmarket.