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Distinguished Gentleman Edition

Bullion dealers
Bullion dealers
>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

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

Russian/European coins

Previous thread:

>> No.23985185

>Ausbro wants RBA to return 20t of gold to Australia
>inb4 first

>> No.23985201

This is weird.I've made a half a dozen threads over the last month and everything looked just fine but this time it looks kinda fucked up.

>> No.23985212

I know this board is poison for trying to get real recommendations and everyone wants to shill you their bags, but if you're serious about investing in low cap crypto to diversify from PMs, Kleros is a decentralised consensus aggregator (think online juries) which works right now and is very undervalued for what it is, because nobody has heard of it. Even without crypto hype, the possibilities it opens up with creating trust in cross-jurisdiction transactions (like buying shit from alibaba/etsy/wish) is quite revolutionary.
>t. in the know

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What could Peter have meant by this?

>> No.23985237

looks fine to me. unless i am blind.

>> No.23985255

thank you, I've been watching PNK as well. I'll drop a stack on that and link I think. Appreciate it, pmg bro

Now I say good night because I'm going to change ID's and blend into the thread. Much appreciated.

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Not specifically PMG related but a buddy just came back from drilling near the lost city of Cassiar. That regions gold country but Cassiar was an asbestos town, until it vanished in 1993. Heres a neat 70s era vid from the town. I would love to go visit again, but its too sad to see the state of things now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZReMAnky1Q

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Decred is the most patrician cryptocurrency for a /pmg/ Store of Value enthusiast

>> No.23985523

That's a beautiful picture. Has nature taken back the town now?

>> No.23985574

Cassiar died in 1993 after Cassiar Asbestos failed to break even with an underground conversion to the mine. The entire town and all its people woke up one morning to find their town sold off to the highest bidder and everyone left. It is now only a ghost, a few people still live nearby at Jade City but the happy little town that was Cassiar is no more. I spent two years there from 1991-1992 with family friends working a placer operation on McDame creek.

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(Mcewen's Black fox mine crusher caught fire last year)

>> No.23985943

Okay /PMG/ I'm back with another question: how many people in your personal life know you stack? If someone knows, to what extent - has anyone seen the full stack? What was their reaction?

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Is scrapping copper worth it?
Where would be the best places to look to get copper for free?

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>> No.23986021

3; my wife, one of my brothers, and my boomer mate who got me into stacking. I don't show it to anyone apart from the wife, but she loves looking at it more than me.

>> No.23986212

Where can I see Sprott’s portfolio?

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>> No.23986299

Lmao. I'm a MUX bagholder and even I find this funny

>> No.23986307

Besides metals, what are other ways you guys protect your money from possible inflation and economic breakdowns? I was looking into TIPS, crypto, even fine art investment.

>> No.23986367

Metals and crypto desu, stocks outperform inflation by alot but we may be heading into bearish territory in the stock market in the short term

>> No.23986390

2, maybe 3 people.my LCS owner, who I've only met in perso twice, my little brother who I showed my 1/4 AGE, but he thought it was fake. maybe my dad since I've been talking to him about investing and different assets more recently.

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Should I keep this for 10 years or flip it on eBay for a quick buck?

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>> No.23986619

>even fine art investment
I unfortunately can't recommend this because it's significantly harder to have any idea about where your investment is going to end up. Highly dependent on auctions or just random people paying the price you list, which is frankly unlikely unless you get a really good deal.
Gemstones are slightly better but not really that good of an investment either.

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>> No.23987773
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I sold Aurcana like a week ago at $1.04 CAD.

Does it look like it's going to continue dipping? I want to buy back in at 90 cents.

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My father, two big brother and one little sister. Basically my family, but they don't think much about it, too blue polled. My brother just bought a 600$ TV, it's all OK.

>> No.23988038

should i get a safe for my gold?

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>> No.23988316

huh now this is a rare video that just popped up. Its the original promo film for the now Ascot Premier mine from 1991. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ULnBiCYlY It features the mining legend Ian McLeod talking about the areas gold wealth.

>> No.23988511

Nah, I keep my stack under the mattress. But if you're feeling extra meme-y, put it in a Ziploc in your toilet tank.

>> No.23988522

Alasdair Macleod and company have been banging on the drums for the past few months that we will see a hyperinflationary collapse of fiat by the end of this year. It's almost 1.5 months left, why hasn't anything happened?

I know it's fairly impossible to time this sort of thing but these guys keep saying this with unwavering authority.

>> No.23988589

Because their business depends on people believing that.

>> No.23988741

Anyone knows how to get exposure to platinum ? Whigh are the main producers not located in a risky place such as SA ?

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Father, Mother, Wife, Brother. The guys I train with know I keep it too, but we never discuss how much or where we keep it. Things are just too sketchy now to go around talking about your hobby openly.

>> No.23989025

Do you truly think we will see a collapse of the biggest bubble and monetary fiat in the human history in 10 month? I would be surprised if we see hyperinflation in late 2021. Alasdair is right in comparing John law to our current system, but that was France only, today its the whole world.

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>> No.23989175

Gold plz go down again.

>> No.23989193

dammit, bro

now I gotta download grindr again

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If you read a lot you can have one of these in your bookshelf

>> No.23989604

Jahy can scrap my copper, if you know what I mean

>> No.23989613

Gents, a few questions regarding constitutional silver:
>First, what percentage of physical holdings would be recommended as junk?
>Second, would it be worth trading rolled fiat coins for rolled half-dollars in hopes of nabbing some .90s?
I reckon, worst case scenario, I break even. Anyone here do this? Will my bank even have access to rolls of halves?
Thanks in advance!

>> No.23989641

120 oz silver 5 oz gold and 4LINk, trying to get 50-100 LINK. Am I gonna make it?

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Reminder that mid 2021 is the end of the current ASEs
get your ASEs while you can

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I only buy junk and 10 oz bars these days, except for 1 oz bars and rounds that catch my eye lol
Shout out to the fat balding guy in Oxford, seriously you a cool dude and we should drink sometime when the yacht party happens

>> No.23989768

his fundamental analysis is all correct but he vastly underestimates the capabilities of kikes and the capacity for subversion that the masses possess

>> No.23989822

Got less than $100 of scrt right now

>> No.23989858
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>Seething Chinese incel
The American Silver Freedom Eagle is the smartest and most powerful silver coin in the world

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Freedom Eagles, rise up!

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Be warned socialist incels, The internet belongs to America
This thread is the property of the American Freedom Group©

>> No.23989974

You're missing the first mover advantage. Everyone in the world besides Brent johnson knows the dollar is overvalued and the only way the us gov can meet obligations is printing. Ignoring his really good analysis on euro bank market values, if a small group of foreigners decide to exit before year end, it's over. And every group is incentivized to be the first people to sell.

He who panicks first panicks best.

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>> No.23990035

>accidentally flush all your gold through the toilet

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maybe we're gonna make it

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Billionaire hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller buys GDX, adds to GOLD position, no Aurcana.
>never gonna make it

>> No.23990414

Looks like the market is choosing btc as the hedge against inflation today. I'll never understand it really.

>> No.23990555

We did it Reddit

>> No.23990566

Not really. Right now it's just specs buying.you don't pick something with a 4 year track record as your main hedge during what could be the biggest bubble in world history. People are buying right now because it's going up. Same thing as late July with silver

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Tools that you can use, seeds that you can use to grow crops. Fixing your house your house so you save on your power bill (anti-draft strips) to name a few

>> No.23990600

I wouldn't have expected them to buy small mining companies like Aurcana.

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Teck Resources is a big copper miner, other than overlooking Aurcana and Bayhorse, this faggot is smart

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>> No.23990806

is butthorse going to moon? I heard there were problems.

>> No.23990876

>Red California
I know Trump actually won but there’s no way in hell Cali went red

>> No.23990999

im not ignoring, im perfectly positioned for hyperinflation. I just dont believe the entirety of '''world finance''' will allow it to occur quite so soon. we haven't even seen the deflationary spiral that will precipitate huge stimulus and lead into hyperinflation.

>if you're the first out the door, thats not called panicking.

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I know I should be stacking for weight but my LCS is planning to bring in 2020 Libertads.......doushio

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when will our gains come.. bitcoin chads are mooning, stocks are near aths..

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>he buys pm for gains

>> No.23991975

Should I buy 20 oz of ASEs?

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>> No.23992564

>DXY down
>Silver down

It's all so tiresome.

>> No.23992573

if gold can’t give gains in dollar terms when the dollar has been hyper inflated gold is worthless
maybe we should’ve bought those shitty fucking bitcoins anyway

>> No.23992641

you stupid fucks should have bought bitcoin instead of boomer rocks haha

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>store of value
Can you explain why boomers and goldbugs are into decred? I see decred mentioned on various schizo boomer finance channels (manerino) and its perplexing.

>> No.23992669

Nigger gold is up 24.5% ytd and silver is up 38 fucking percent. You're mad because the single most speculative play in the world is up more? Not to mention the current move is purely bubble related. Fucking 60 year old housewife's are talking about bitcoin right now.

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>> No.23992941

Dow Jones and Bitcoin will both hit 30k before gold hits 2000 again

>> No.23993003

Bitcoin hasn't even hit it's all time high faggot.

>> No.23993014

If you write a crypto contract I will bet you $100

>> No.23993136

> Fucking 60 year old housewife's are talking about bitcoin right now.

Once upon a time in the Netherlands, a lot of people talked a lot about tulips, too.

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Bitcoin will crash or be non exchangeable within our lifetime

Gold did not drop to 1/4 of its value,btc did, and will again.

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>> No.23993555

stocks; especially east asian stocks and mining stocks. just make sure youre saving off some of your gains as gold and silver. stay away from dollars, foreign currencies, bonds, bank stocks, overpriced tech stocks, crypto assets, and anything else that looks like it's gonna crash.

>> No.23993591

Not bad, just wait for silver to dip around 10-11am et to save some bucks. It usually dips around then. Usually.

>> No.23993659

Thanks for the reminder fren. I just topped off a tube, I may get one more of random dates.

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>> No.23993747

What's this thing called, in the OP pic, and where do I get one?

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Alright pmg frens, time to be real. I don't know when Ivermectin will break into the normiesphere in medicine and get through the gatekeeping by big pharma, so you need to get some now while you can. Watch this:


This is one of the doctor's on the group that developed the MATH+ protocol. They are promoting Ivermectin now. It really is a silver bullet here. If you are unable to get a prescription, buy the horse oral paste on Amazon or any other veterinary supply company. Just make sure Ivermectin is the only active ingredient and it's not one of the products that have a drug cocktail. It's safe for administration to humans at home. If you read the Amazon reviews, you'll see it's filled with no people with horses, and instead lots of people with scabies or rosacea with no/bad health insurance. So they buy it this way.

This is just me getting the word out to pmg frens as this wave picks up. Take care of you and yours.

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>> No.23994230

/pmg/ I want to start stackin to diversify my investments. My only question is if for some reason I had to sell off some of my stack what's the best way to go about this and maximize ROI? Pawn shops? Sell back to a bullion dealer?

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>> No.23994343

You have uranium and rare earth stock to diversify.

>> No.23994352

Off topic, but sharing what could be vital information for pmg. The medical establishment is quite beholden to the pharmaceutical industry and they are continuing to push expensive drugs that do nothing, like Remdesivir. Meanwhile, here is Ivermectin with no patent and cheap and easy to make. Thankfully, it's getting used a lot around the world now, but in the US and the West...our people are being made to suffer to help pharmaceutical companies' bottom line.

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Based. Anon completely right, ivermectin reduces the death rate off COVID-19 almost to zero, thanks for the tip

>> No.23994638

Find an actual coin shop not a pawn shop. There are higher end jewelry places that will also buy gold coins although they may not advertise it just go in and ask them. These days it’s also very easy to get a quote online from one of the big companies like APMEX.

>> No.23994683

I'm not trying to swing pms, I'm talking about an emergency
I want those sweet sweet bullions

>> No.23994707

Just search for silver coin dispenser or silver coin case. The one in the OP is a British sovereign coin dispenser but you can also find them for other common coins.

>> No.23994715

>Bitcoin tearing it up
>precious metals not doing shit
I got memed into investing in the wrong horse....

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Thanks for the clarification, much appreciated.

>> No.23994750

>when will our gains come
You are a fuckin mongoloid holding a rock, while its digital equivalent exists
You are a mongoloid

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Thanks, fren.

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isint it already almost 0?

generally pms are bought as an overage of money that wont be used. even in emergency. i get there may be instances of having to sell under extreme pressure but its not advised. LCS is your best bet

>> No.23994797

Ivermectin is an anti-parasite drug and COVID is a virus
wtf do I need ivermectin for?

>> No.23994835

>>he buys pm for gains
Jesus christ you are literrally brain dead
I have to assume you are a fucking rockfeller billionair and ''muh protect your wealth''

>> No.23994907

>most speculative
It has proven to be secure and unhackable
>he still thinks it's speculative
What kind of deviate degenerate faggot are you? I would expect these words by a 80 years old boomer.. not by a 20-30 years old guy

>> No.23994996

>It has proven to be secure and unhackable
Anon, I...

>> No.23995031

You are literally retarded and don't know what the word "speculation" means

>> No.23995040

Drugs just do things. We classify them based on what we understand they are capable of doing. Ivermectin is not an anti-parasitic innately. It is an anti-parasitic, because it's first and primary use that we found for it was in the treatment of parasites. Remember Viagra? They were not developing a boner pill. They were actually developing a medication to treat high blood pressure and realized it also gave people erections. So now it's a boner pill. Ivermectin also has anti-viral properties as well as anti-inflammatory and immuno-modulating properties. Quite astonishingly, this means that Ivermectin has been shown to be effective as a prophylaxis, in the viral phase of Covid, and in the inflammatory phase of Covid.

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If you look at the entire population yes it is correct, the mortality is indeed almost 0. However, for patients in the hospital:
>Mortality was significantly lower in the ivermectin group (13.3% vs 24.5%; OR, 0.47; 95% CI, 0.22-0.99; P < .05), an 11.2% (95% CI, 0.38%-22.1%) absolute risk reduction, with a number needed to treat of 8.9 (95% CI, 4.5-263).


Yes it is a anti-parasite drug, it also happens to work against viruses
>Studies revealed that ivermectin as a broad-spectrum drug with high lipid solubility possesses numerous effects on parasites, [1, 3] nematodes, arthropods, flavivirus, mycobacteria, and mammals through a variety of mechanisms. In addition to having antiparasitic and antiviral effects, this drug also causes immunomodulation in the host.

>> No.23995050

I'm buying all of my silver from Scottsdale and plan to sell it back to them in the future, if needed. Scottsdale is currently paying 100% of spot price if you sell 100+ oz of their own silver back to them, so this feels like the safest, low-hassle bet to me.

>> No.23995076

Thanks fren. Stay safe. WAGMI

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>> No.23995092

Anon jm bullion is paying people premiums for generic rounds

>> No.23995282

>Wrong horse
At least it's not the Bay Horse haw haw haw *runs*

>> No.23995390

I actually put a lot in Bayhorse. What happened? /pmg/ change their mind on it?

>> No.23995412

>inb4 he actually did, making the irony twofold

>> No.23995439

It all went downhill when they bought another site instead of beefing up production.

>> No.23995476

When the dollar crashes, Bitcoin will crash along with it.

>> No.23995499

Quick summary:
-Little to no news from them
-When they actually say something it's to build hype without much substance behind it
-Decided to get a gold property instead of building up their current ones (though this might or might turn out to not be a good thing)
Basically, people are getting increasingly displeased with the management

t. has 5000 units of BagHolder Silver

>> No.23995506

Is there such a thing as /pmg/ approved jewelry?

>> No.23995545

Finally some great news from AUMN:
Golden Minerals Receives Final Environmental Permits for Rodeo Gold Project; Company on Track for January 2021 Gold Production


>> No.23995565

nothing wrong with it if you can get it spot/ gifted.

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Fancy some weeb sterling?

>> No.23995613

They refuse to do any updates on their supposedly producing silver mine. They should ramp it up to 200tpd but were stuck at under 50tpd pace last we heard from the project... Management unfocused as fuck and lacks credibility.

>> No.23995649

I added to my AUMN position yesterday. Probably will continue to add if things stay on track.

>> No.23995672

Disappointing. I might just hold my bags anyway and hope for the best.

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Is Aurcana falling further?

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How much should a 1oz round weigh?

I weighed some of my random rounds and some weigh 31.6 grams, 31.3, 31.4, and 30.98 grams.

Is it normal for them to have variations like this?

>> No.23995730

Yeah I'm just going to hold as well, but it's going to be one of the first ones I take profits from once the miner bull run starts

>> No.23995738

Yeah it's normal. As long as it's over 31.1 it's good.

>> No.23995750

Almost all silver rounds, coins, or bars are usually a tad bit more than their weight, your fine anon

>> No.23995761

If it get to .70-.73 cents I'll double my position. That seems to be a good spot going by the chart.

>> No.23995815

You actually think it will go that low? By when and why?

>> No.23995883

It's more of calling the bottom. Not saying it will go that low. Usually whenever a stock dips below the median on the standard deviation channel, it's a good time to buy, so long as you do your FA.
Take my advice with a grain of salt though.

>> No.23995886

>MUX down 30% from September
>McEwen warrants I shilled to everyone purchased at the same time are still in the green

I tried to tell you frens

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>> No.23996278

Okay, I'm probably going to buy if it hits .90 cents

>> No.23996330

It tortures my soul to see EVERYTHING pumping so hard, people are making millions and metals just keep getting knocked down with paper.

>> No.23996365

>90 cents
Oh, you're a leaf? My bad, the values I put in were in burgers. Sorry anon.

>> No.23996518

I see.
makes a lot more sense now lol

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Good time to buy more?

>> No.23996733

that's why I bought stocks yesterday. I'm already up $1.75

by the end of the year I'll be minted

>> No.23996752

As much as I like the metals you should own some other investments as well. Try to ignore the day to day moves. The long term is what matters.

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>> No.23996855

Tell me, what happens to MUX going forward?

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Well this doesn't help at all

>> No.23996963

the answer is in there if you listen closely

>> No.23996993

>>2399685 I have absolutely no clue. All I know is that without even factoring in what earnings would be if gold is 50% higher in 2024, the warrants were cheap using black scholes

>> No.23996994

>bought PLTR a few days ago at $14
>sold today @ $17.80
Not too hard, desu
Metals are based, though.
Ill be doing some buying, today

>> No.23997019

I have had a buy order on for 90 cents for a while, and I would consider that a "back the fucking truck up low" strongly considering buying some now that its even at 98

each wave I have bought and osld of them has have ~10 cent higher floor then the lastwave (ie i bought 68 sold 93,bought 78, sold 98, bought 88 and still holding that one because we are now at the point where it can take off and not look back)

>> No.23997077

you never learn do you? stop fighting because you cannot win. its only a matter of time before silver goes back to $16

>> No.23997213

What are you buying Anon?

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this vaccine overreaction crap is such a joke, gold down 3 bucks, but my miners down 3k

>> No.23997408

Cameco Corp (avg price of $12.20CAD) and Enbridge (avg price of $36.40CAD)

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If they fuck this up they deserve to be fucking lined up against a wall. God forbid they have the foresight to see that their days of a War backed Petro-dollar are ending, lest they piss off their Masters.

>> No.23997504

it feels good when you dont have a good position yet, I need two more month before everything can go up. Early january is when I'm done with my first few entry.

>> No.23997625

Vaccine news may have an impact, but this is primarily due to deflationary forces/expectations. I jumped out of my miners about a month ago when it was obvious we were not going to get a stimulus before the election, which told me it wasn't going to happen until 2021. I posted about it at the time. Inflationary expectation are completely up to the action/inaction of Congress at this point, and even something as large as the first stimulus will only provide a temporary boost before we find ourselves at this same situation again...and this time it will come more quickly as the stimulus has diminishing returns. MAYBE with this vaccine, they can kick the can a little longer on this long term debt cycle, but I am not optimistic.

>> No.23997772

>“the worst Fed pick in my lifetime.”
They are afraid

>> No.23997805

If you guys want to be mildly concerned about the bubble popping down instead of up, look at the open interest on Jan 2021 tlt 120 puts

>> No.23997887

The vaccine has nothing to do with this. Consumer sentiment can no longer keep this bubble inflated, when 1 out of 10 Americans will be unemployed after this next lockdown (it's currently at 20%). The Banks can't raise rates, there is no more leeway in the system except the dollar, and if you look at what's happening across the Pacific, it's clear that Nations of the World also know what's coming.

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This is fucking retarded.
Her getting in would be atrociously bad for us.
When the collapse happens, braindead normies will blame the collapse on Judy's "free market gold standard" policies all while she has interest rates at zero and will be buying endless bonds and stocks
what a clown world

>> No.23997908

I'm not that concerned. I will not be selling my physical PMs. But when it comes to paper speculation, even miners, I'm bearish until Congress stimulates BIG. Lots of people have the same idea that the time to accumulate physical is yesterday..so get it while you can. But market pricing can be severely impacted by macro trends, and I believe they are deflationary in the short term. But it doesn't really matter what the price is if you can't get it. So keep stacking.

>> No.23997983

I agree. If left alone, we would see the biggest deflationary crash in assets since the Great Depression. But Congress is likely to act, but not before we've felt enough of the pain to make it politically palatable for them to go as far as UBI or something similarly grand in scale. The dollar really is the only safety valve they have left at this point to exploit. We are rapidly getting close to end game.

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Normies are fucking retarded and expecting them not to be will make you poor. This is a mathematical certainty and physical limit, not a popularity contest.

>> No.23998052

She would be a single member. What it would do is grant credibility to our stance. As things begin to unwind further, she can be feeding quotes to the press and be a voice that we can point to that is actually on the Fed BoG and not some shady youtube autist. It will go a long ways since normies can only appeal to authority.

>> No.23998116

I doubt it, look what happened with greenspan. He was supposed to be a pro-free market gold standard guy and he created the nadsaq and housing bubbles.

>> No.23998167

Wouldn’t a gold backed currency be horrible for stackers? I’d imagine the government would pull another Roosevelt and force us to sell our gold at a ghastly low price then jack up the price immediately afterwards

>> No.23998275

if SILVER ONE can drop a penny to $0.50 my order for 4,000 will make it

>> No.23998313

>People are buying right now because it's going up.
Don't trust the BTC pump
Probably gonna have a new ATH but it always crashes

>> No.23998326

>Wouldn’t a gold backed currency be horrible for stackers?
the fed would never go to a gold backed anything, it's completely contrary to their interests
They're going to just destroy the US dollar and then and only then will we go back on a gold standard. The rest of the world will be making that decision though, not the USA.

>> No.23998359

That only worked for Roosevelt because people trusted their government then. Nobody trusts it now and would not voluntarily give it up...especially considering that they know exactly why and what happened afterward in 1933.

At the end of the day, gold IS money and government decrees don't change that. Markets will pop up to fill demand, whether that market be white, gray, or black.

Anyways, I don't stack for moon. I stack to save. It's my money stored in a form with minimal counterparty risk. It's insurance to survive to the other side of whatever currency crises arise in the future.

>> No.23999148

please pump barrick gold god damn it can't stand the crabbing anymore

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They're coming, are you prepared for the reset?

>> No.23999364

ohhh yeah... got some cheapies from Vgld and AUN

>> No.23999671

2021 will be a wild year. Just be warned, these horses will not be released unless there is no other choice. Since we are dealing with divided government in the US, they could delay longer than we would expect.

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>> No.23999716

central bank digital currency

>> No.24000111

Got a guy on. CL locally selling 5 Ikes on BU for $39, and 9 Walking Liberties for $9.50 each. It's only a few bucks above spot, plus assuming no tax if it's just a guy. Thing is I'm wary about buying from just a guy on CL. Any tips to avoid getting burned? Besides just not going.

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Here's a QRD.

>> No.24000165

bring a strap

>> No.24000184

Love vids like this, comfy

>> No.24000201

Make sure the Ikes are silver and not Clad before you buy them.

>> No.24000475

by gone era man, look how happy everyone looked.

>> No.24000713

>500oz silver
>600g gold
>3k miner, 1k each month
In january I will have bought the last few stock I need to enter. After that yes I'm completely ready and everything will be bonus.

>> No.24001338

For some reason these /pmg/ threads remind me of /tsg/, kek. Convincing idiots to invest in metals when stocks and crypto are superior. Seriously just look at Venezuela. We're following the same exact trajectory.

>> No.24001424

A little bit of silver goes a long way in Venezuela today.

>> No.24001493

i bought silver and gold last year because of /pmg/ i made a shitton of paper gains. Now i can stop bothering about PM because i am stacked for life. In the Longterm gold will be worth 15k per oz and silver around 300$ so why buy later than now.

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>you can only choose one thing or another forever, your single decision is final and 100% of your capital must go to one and only only
Why do you retards even come in here? Why are you so insecure in your financial decisions you believe anyone doing anything different than you is a direct challenge to you?

>> No.24001629

how do i get started with only a small sum of money (<$1000)

>> No.24001659

Buy some silver and some gold.

>> No.24001705

A country who knew PMs were worthless and had them transferred out of the country with the help of the Russian military to an unknown location.

a country where the mercury dime meme is very real

>> No.24002088

or should i invest in stocks first?

>> No.24002251


bitcoin was the ultimate wolf in sheeps clothing. It was a scam/fraud from the get- go, a creature created by the government, yet sold to the public as some revolutionary technology that was created by an incognito "libertarian" dude form his basement.

And with the help of price manipulation (tethers) they made BTC a "legit" investment, yet everybody that is not married blindly to their investment knows that BTC and other crypto have ZERO real world utility.

So not only is it a scam, it is also a primer for the soon to be implemented CBDC monetary system (central bank digital currencies). It blows my mind that all these so called fake libertarian investors in BTC never question the fact that just couple of years after BTC was launched, one after the other major CB started to talk about CBDC. It was PLANNED!

So by pushing the price of BTC up, they are:

Legitimizing crypto currencies, same tech that will be used for CBDC and;

They are diverting capital from gold and silver into crypto. Why do you think all the so called acolytes, media and banks are referring it to "digital-gold", which in itself is such a bullshit statement that my heard hurts. But they are continuesly pushing the gold narrative.

In other words, everybody that is invested in bitcoin is actually helping the government/central banks to legitimize the most horrifc montery system that has ever been created. Because when all money become digital and on the blockchain, its GAME OVER for financial freedom.

>> No.24002307

Buy miners if you only got 1000k, small scale silver miners have the biggest upside

>> No.24002365

I emptied my entire bank account to start my stack in the form of a 10oz bar

>> No.24002464

>Seriously just look at Venezuela. We're following the same exact trajectory.
So literally anything that's not cash will work?
Have you lost the plot?

>> No.24002480

look, I've made plenty on miner stinks, but even more on crip-toe. if /pmg/ was such big-brained, then you would make gains in BTC and then cash out into physical.

>> No.24002518

>something something being early is the same as being late...
will continue to make massive amounts of yield elsewhere since PMs are in crab mode for at least another quarter.

>> No.24002575

You will own nothing and be happy game plan

>> No.24002625

I have crypto so I'm not precluding myself from anything but anyone who thinks that this current trend is the future of crypto is off the goop
200% in 2 weeks isn't sustainable, it's a feedback loop up, and there'll be another one down.

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What do you guys think of this miner change?

>2 weeks ago: sold 2,000 Eloro purchased @$1.20
>today: bought 4,000 Silver One @$0.50

>> No.24002799

52 yes

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>> No.24003390

Amazing bait

>> No.24004014

Confirmation got shut down.

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>> No.24004298

You're courting retail investors, we're courting global fucking powers faggot. You think Microsoft, Apple or whatever other tech company doesn't have it's fucking greasy Commie ware in whatever shit your posting from now? You think they couldn't snap their fingers >>24002799
I need a fucking source

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please have a penis...

>> No.24004340

the liberals in the republican party flipped their votes

>> No.24004455

Why are you literal faggots so obsessed with futashit? I am so confused.

>> No.24004472

I dunno, it's really hot.

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>not liking futanari
I bet you have less than 500oz silver, NGMI bro ...

>> No.24004609

Traitorous Fucking Scum.

>> No.24004619


>> No.24004796

its called mental illness anon. the true and logical 'normal' has been subverted. imagine a world where everyone thought being an LGBTQ faggot was 'normal'. we wouldn't have a species if so. sad.

>> No.24004815

They started drilling for gold ! expansion soon, lets hope !

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>> No.24004892

Don't you think that cryptocurrency and blockchain can also be a decentralized alternative to be financially free? Obviously i believe in metals (that's why I'm here) but what i have understood about technology is that the only way to combat it, is with technology.

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>And then this
I am beyond mad. It's so Fucking obvious we're being turned into livestock, banned from rising above whatever station in life we find ourselves in, with a small international cabal of multi-cult elites to farm. And the traitorous Republicans are siding with them.

I genuinely have to rethink life plans if this is the direction the West insists on going without the slightest resistance.

>> No.24004974

Its all over in 12 days. Who cares. Let the US burn

>> No.24005009

It´s something philosophical, even religious.

>> No.24005053

what happens in 12 days

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you clearly need to rethink your plans bro, the west is fucking toast. I personally plan to live in SE asia with my big gainz from PM and hopefully uranium. Look at the alliance the east has created in the last few years, they are ready to dump dollars at any moment. The future is there. Plenty of opportunity will present itself while the west will be ravaged by civil war and hyperinflation. Yuri said it pretty well, America has become drunk, the return to reality will be painful.

>> No.24005169

thats interesting!

>> No.24005177

I forgot, what are the best miners ETFs? Can you gents be so kind as to remind me

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I refuse to fap to dicks
but femdom rocks my socks

>> No.24005208

>I genuinely have to rethink life plans if this is the direction the West insists on going without the slightest resistance.
I'm personally already on the pseudo-stateless train

>> No.24005273

This, shemale/trap/FUTA was a psyop to get the millions of sexually repressed incels on this site to become homosexuals

>> No.24005326

Nov 29

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Silver shield be streaming rn! Get in here frens!


>> No.24005429


Only gold-backed like Kinesis

>> No.24005567

You nasty fuck
I got 1.2k+ and a bit o' gold
>inb4 post stack
Nah, too many glowies here these days

>> No.24005582

Anyone ever used ITM trading? They specialize in rare and unusual coins. They claim they can not only hold value but increase value. They showed me some clients who had doubled their investment in two years. They had shit like 1933 liberty eagles and stuff. Are coins or bullion better? I have 40k.

>> No.24005585

What's the significance of that date? Grand conjunction is 12/21/20.

>> No.24005620

I'm inclined to agree. Let them have their MMT and ruin things faster.

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What broker do you fine fellas use to buy mining stocks?? The ones I've looked at (212, degiro, others) appear not to have aussie and canadian listings, which are the ones I'm looking for.

I'm a stacklet and have c. £800 to put into stocks, I want to get on the train before it all goes belly up

>> No.24005743

The only one who actually got it, kek. Since the SLV shill kikes are gone, someone has to rile up the troops.

>> No.24005759

I was expecting a bit more sperging out but he kept it short it seems

>> No.24005850

I use Degiro for the most part, though I also use Nordnet for the penniest of penny stocks because Degiro's Canadian and US exchanges fee you 0.01 and 0.001 euros per share respectively. Aussie stonks on Degiro have a solid fee though it's pretty expensive, 20€ if I remember right. You won't see the chart on Canadian and Australian exchanges on Degiro but you can just use other websites.
>I'm a stacklet and have c. £800 to put into stocks, I want to get on the train before it all goes belly up
Be vary that miners are inherently risky and that the price of metals can vary a lot in the short term in times like these. Might even go down for weeks or months. What miners were you planning on buying? Remember due diligence to avoid having to hold the bag (just ask MUX and BHS owners)

>> No.24005937

Yeah was a quick one.

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Started back in December '19. Alot of grinding and saving but it fills me with a sense of accomplishment. It's been a wild ride.

>2024ozt Ag
>28k in Disney jewelry(Not my idea but hopefully it pays off)
>5k Fiat currency

Now I'm going to focus on gold.

>> No.24006175

Okay now this is based

>> No.24006176

What’s in the Zales boxes... are those diamonds?

>> No.24006239

Thanks dude.
The blue boxs are from the Disney enchanted line of wedding rings there's one or more for each princess. The Grey boxs are our wedding bands.

>> No.24006319

>28k in Disney jewelry(Not my idea but hopefully it pays off)
You might as well just have spent that money on blow and hookers, because when hyperinflation starts nobody is going to give a shit about Disney jewelry

>> No.24006366

This is kinda what I thought too
I hate the looney toons/dinsney/marvel/whatever "art" that goes up for auction because it's devoid of value
but I don't decide for Anon so whatever

>> No.24006408

It was my wife's choice. I only financed about 12k of it. If it doesn't pop off she has some nice jewelry to wear. We're in a good financial position right now so I'm not sweating it.

>> No.24006463

I actually think that classic Western comics are actually valuable as art. I'm no collector and I barely read Western comics either but I recognize the classics have value. At least in my opinion.

>> No.24006501

how do you maintain a marriage in 2020 while mixing finances? And don't give me some bs about finding a good woman

>> No.24006537

Comics I can understand
It's when there's just random art or parodies of classic pieces that feature characters from x brand that I get a bad taste in my mouth

>> No.24006598

>We're in a good financial position right now so I'm not sweating it.
I figured you were rich and that’s why you were able to buy them. Certainly not a bad thing to be comfortable enough to where you can drop 28K on wedding rings.

>> No.24006622

Dude, find someone that loves you more than you love them. That way you will always be in the position of power in the relationship. Wish for the best but have one foot out of the door just in case. Oh and make sure they are financially responsible/independent.

>> No.24006744

Not rich by any means. I work two jobs and use the jay leno method of saving(use one source of income for living and save 100 percent of the other) and my wife works at a Financial institution. We make 6500 a month and only have 1200 in monthly bill's. We live way under our means.

>> No.24006775

>We live way under our means.
Okay this is extensively based

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Uegh, parody eh. Not a fan of that myself yeah. I love some of those old beautifully hand drawn movie posters and advertisements. Great stuff

>> No.24006978

Das a lot of Britannias. Very based anon. In my opinion that is the most beatiful gov. issued desing.

>> No.24007077

What is based about your wife working while you hold 2 jobs?

>> No.24007163

If you don't work you don't eat. She will work if she wants to fucking eat goddamnit.

>> No.24007203

Judy Shelton didn't get in.

Thanks Kamala. "We need to manipulate the dollar to artificially prop up the economy and make poor people pay for it through inflation. " That's what Kamala voted for today. So brave, so progressive.

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>Holy fucking over priced gold and stones
Diamonds are the literal fucking boomer rock, dude sell now and turn it in to metal, my wife and I even didn't bother with wedding bands, for the price of 6-7 grams of gold we got 31.1g 24k gold each.
Not to mention that people do not like to buy "used" wedding rings, I realize that they aren't "used" but good luck selling holy fucking bad decisions batman

>> No.24007286

All politicians are cowards who just want to maintain the status quo. Deflation is the bitter medicine the economy needs. It would absolutely ruin companies and people would be left without a job but it is what the economy wants. Deflation is the big equalizer that gives people the chance to succeed from the bottom, but it's also the thing that would destroy peoples' lives for many years to come.

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Thank you! I must have been retarded and missed that I can get aus/leaf stocks on it. The fees seem a bit high for aus, 10€ + 0.06%, but I really need to see if this is actually high or not.

Is there an english version of nordnet? I could manually translate it but I don't think I should.

I haven't done very much miner research, I was going to start with dd into pan man's most recent suggestions and also Ramelius, aussie gold producer, which I did research on a few years ago and looked promising but obviously I should review that.

Other than PMs I am interested in uranium and nickel. I was also going to set aside 1-5% for totally speculative stocks, basically gambling.

>> No.24007308

>She will work if she wants to fucking eat goddamnit.
Indubitably based

>> No.24007463

Since when is bluepilled considered based. Working wife is a nightmare scenario

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>Is there an english version of nordnet? I could manually translate it but I don't think I should.
It is also in English but I believe it's only usable for Northern Europeans. Might be wrong though. I'm sure there are other platforms to use that offer TSX shares with a solid fee as opposed to fees per share though (Nordnet doesn't offer AUSX shares at all too)
>I haven't done very much miner research, I was going to start with dd into pan man's most recent suggestions and also Ramelius, aussie gold producer, which I did research on a few years ago and looked promising but obviously I should review that.
Alright it's good that you've a plan. If you need any help analyzing drilling results, mineral resource estimates or the like, or how the industry operates please do ask. I'll gladly help since it's kind of a mess to learn without any directions. Also it's important to analyze the companies' balance sheets so that you don't get into a company that has awful financials. I can help you with that too if you feel like you need help.
>Other than PMs I am interested in uranium and nickel. I was also going to set aside 1-5% for totally speculative stocks, basically gambling.
Not gambling if you know the risks and the potential of the projects! Just measured risk-taking :)

>> No.24007543

I can help out as well if there are any questions

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Thank you for fighting the good fight sir!

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Ah, Pan Man your name is missing. By the way now that you're offering help mind if I ask a bit of a stupid question? I'll have to clear this out just in case I learnt it wrong. When you've got drilling results that say for example "2.59m @ 4.05gpt Au" does that mean that there is 2.59 meters of drilled ore that contains 4.05gpt Au OR does that mean that the average grade is 4.05pgt Au in that 2.59m drill core sample?

>> No.24007661

There is nothing inherently wrong with MUX, it was just high when shilled at the time. The floods and fires are in the past, and even at $1800-$2000 gold it's profitable. Only issue is debt, and if you believe PMs will be higher in 2021, then that won't last long.

I'd even say it's undervalued at the moment, considering most miners have rebounded from their dips a month ago. But of course I'm biased.

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Holy shit I feel even stupider after asking that. Grams per ton. Oh my god.

>> No.24007786

>Diamonds are the literal fucking boomer rock
literally any other stone has more value than a diamond, diamonds only have marketing going for them. They don't even look that nice in comparison to other stones, like they're just clear

>> No.24007812

sorry i could have swarn i put it in the slot.

Also there is never a stupid question, this stuffs complicated. For your question yes, it means that they have assayed that 2.59m of ore contains 4.05gpt Au. Usually they give a solid number not an average grade.

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>> No.24007870

I'm a jeweler. Usually that type of stuff is just worth about 75% of the gold + diamond value on their own. You end up melting the gold and using the diamond in something else.

>> No.24007900

The rings are actually of various stones not just diamonds. One of them is a morganite ring that's actually very pretty. Maybe I'll take a pic of it next time I dig out the safe.

>> No.24007925

How does paper gold inflate supply? A guy in another thread made it sound like there is widespread fractional reserve like 20:1 but i don’t think this is what is commonly meant by paper gold inflating supply. Can i get a four sentence quick rundown on how gold derivatives cause inflated supply?

>> No.24007937

I was just speaking in general

>> No.24008061

This is my understanding: For every real gold bar there exists a claim for that, as well as a paper claim that is only really used for gambling on the futures market. So there's only half as much actual gold in the futures market than there is real gold

>> No.24008078

If I ever got into collecting precious stones, it would be opal. They are just so beautiful and each one has unique character. The raw opal are even better.

>> No.24008111

the first way you already mentioned- the same physical gold is leased out to back multiple derivatives because the physical has a low rate of actual delivery.

the other way is derivatives often rest on futures contracts, and assume production at some average rate based in history. So the paper may in fact represent gold that hasn't been mined, refined, or delivered yet.

>> No.24008125

Does the paper claim have its own name i can google?

>> No.24008127

Absolutely, opal is fucking kino
Way better of an investment than diamonds, at least based on actual value rather than (((De Beers))) marketing
So what if you (should) store them in water? Get a jar homie, $2 on amazon

>> No.24008170

I'm very grateful for your help, thank you again.

I'm fortunate enough to be degree educated in mining and I have reading materials for geology so the techincal side isn't very scary! Company financials I'm okay with. I'm more lost on all the broker/investment jargon because its all new to me, last thing I want is to just jump into a trading account and get ass blasted because I didnt understand all the fees and other aspects.

Also wtf about taxes?? I'm guessing this is country specific but surely I can just not declare anything?

Degiro seems to be the frontrunner for now, I was hoping with my intial post to see whats popular here for trading.

>> No.24008186

australian lighting ridge opal is my favorite, lovely stone.

>> No.24008190

>the same physical gold is leased out to back multiple derivatives because the physical has a low rate of actual delivery.
When there’s no delivery there has to be a counterparty for cash settlement though, who is that counterparty? And why is the gold needed if there is someone takinng the opposite side? Sorry im new to this

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also I love the hand made gear opal miners build.

>> No.24008308

>who is that counterparty?
other buyers of the paper. Just like in any equity or contract, someone else needs to be willing to buy it in order for you to cash out. In cases of guaranteed settlement in lieu of delivery the broker pays the settlement, or their underwriters do if they fail.
>And why is the gold needed if there is someone takinng the opposite side?
the paper market and the physical market are both aspects of industrial commodities trade just as much as investment vehicles. So just like if you invest in pork bellies, the pork bellies have to exist- or if you invest in pork belly futures the pork bellies must in practice be delivered under contract at some price to an end user. Investors basically bet on the direction the price will take, but ultimately it's industry that pays that price.

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No I think those are only related to gold bars in the possession of the COMEX. I'm not really sure how this stuff works either, shit's complicated and doesn't really have anything to do with me because I don't gamble with futures. That Deso guy explained it better in his autistic rant blog which I still haven't managed to finish reading. He's a bit too afraid about the whole COMEX deal imho but interesting to read nonetheless.
>I'm fortunate enough to be degree educated in mining and I have reading materials for geology so the techincal side isn't very scary!
I'm feeling kind of jealous. What do you do for a living anon, is the profession worth studying?
>I'm more lost on all the broker/investment jargon because its all new to me, last thing I want is to just jump into a trading account and get ass blasted because I didnt understand all the fees and other aspects.
All you really need to look up are the fee structures regarding different exchanges as well as any possible fees regarding your account (BS like activity fees or fees on deposits/withdrawals, avoid those). Also make sure you have a Custody account at Degiro instead of Standard account. If SHTF at Degiro, they can "borrow" your shares if you have a Standard account. With a Custody account the shares you have are all yours, although you won't be able to use derivatives and they'll jew you 3% for any of your dividends so just buy divvies on another platform.
>Also wtf about taxes?? I'm guessing this is country specific but surely I can just not declare anything?
I'm new enough not to know much about taxes either but yeah I guess you could just not declare. But we all pay our taxes here, right? ;)
>Degiro seems to be the frontrunner for now, I was hoping with my intial post to see whats popular here for trading.
Keep asking. You could also go to /smg/ to ask about trading platforms for bongs/euros, they know about that stuff

>> No.24008647

fucking fags at the postal office lost my sdbullion shipment. USPS tracker number says it arrived but my apartment mail service never got it. odds the courier just read the shipping label, judged the weight, and nabbed it for themselves?

>> No.24008716

high odds especially these days, happened to me too once

>> No.24008748

You should definitely call the postmaster and/or police about the stolen package

>> No.24008801

>essential workers
>make sure to thank your local courier
these fucking homos can die

>> No.24008842

mail carriers almost never steal stuff, it's too obvious

most likely your apartment mail people or a neighbor snagged it. Less likely it was delivered to the wrong address and your neighbor kept it.

>> No.24008850

you guys have seen literally 10 years of anons telling you to buy bitcoin For the same reason to buy metals, you don’t have to go all in but if you’re not in you’re gonna be very sad in 10 years when btc has mooned and your rocks have underperformed by at least 10x
The institutions are coming and btc has 1/30th the market cap of gold, it already has lower inflation then gold and halves every 4 years . See the smart gold bugs getting exposure to btc, even peter schiff through his son. True scarcity, don’t miss the boat again .

>> No.24008853

Let me guess, it was one of those niggers that drives around in the unmarked white van delivering packages? There’s no way a UPS, FedEx, or USPS would put their ass on the line for that

>> No.24008946

I'm between jobs atm, but I'm angling for an underground position with Scotgold in scotlands first gold mine, I'm very fresh in the industry so this would be my first major role. That said learning about the industry has been fascinating. I just really want to get stuck in now. If this doesn't pan out I'm very tempted to just move to aus and try my luck there, as you may know there's almost sod all proper mining in the UK, the job scene is aimed more at analyst/consultancy types, I just want to get my hands dirty.

If you want I can dig out book titles that were good technical resources while I was learning, if we're lucky they may be free online somewhere.

Good tip, I'll be sure to avoid standard!

Great call on asking /smg/, I don't really venture outside of this general.

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>lower inflation then gold and halves every 4 years
The fuck am I even reading here.

>> No.24008948

Even if I entertain your E-Money Ponzi scheme that Bitcoin will be worth huge sums in the future, it is still volitilite enough that buying it at these highs is a terrible idea. Don't follow the /biz/ mantra of buy high, sell low. People should be buying whatever they deem underpriced, which from every angle all the reasons Bitcoin is up should also apply to Gold, which is currently low if the Bullmarket thesis stands correct.

There is no environment where Bitcoin can go up long term and Gold doesn't, so I'll wait and continue buying miners, waiting for the reversal.

>> No.24008954

Fuck when is silver going to moon? Like it’s dead for the last month or 2, while Bitcoin moons. Starting to think I made a bad choice in silver over btc. My btc is catching up to my silver stacks value.

>> No.24008991

move to Canada mate were desperate for mine staff here.

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at least change out of your PJs before showing off your stack anon, a nice pair of slacks. this is a professional business thread.

>> No.24009031

I finished the deso read. He is literally an autistic neet calling for the end of COMEX this year. If hes right its going to be epic. His theory is COMEX is already empty and they used shadowcontracts to do it. All blows up in Dec. It also affects everything because it basically closes the gold window.

>> No.24009051

where? Pay?

>> No.24009124

Bitcoin 1.79% inflation, gold 2.5. you’re losing 0.71% every year holding gold to btc, If you can’t understand the basics you’re gonna struggle

>> No.24009162

Can you hold your bitcoin in your hands right now? That’s what I thought

>> No.24009182

BC and Ontario right now, but I think Quebec's also got a few projects in need of labor. $37 an hour is the current starting wage for underground guys and it goes up depending on your position.

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the markets telling goldcucks they’re wrong, but like schiff who’s been fudding bitcoin since $10 they’ll never learn . At least he has a reason to suppress btc cause he profits off these idiots with gold premiums

>> No.24009246

Why does bitcoin have value. Walk me through it like im a retard

>> No.24009276

hmmmmm what do skilled trades make? I make 38.50 as a sparky in a major city

>> No.24009314

If the Gold thesis is wrong, then so is the Bitcoin thesis which is supposedly "Digital Gold".

If we drop bellow $1800, you better get the hell out whatever inflation hedge you got.

>> No.24009380

>I'm between jobs atm, but I'm angling for an underground position with Scotgold in scotlands first gold mine
Private company or? Also does underground position in your case mean you'll be doing the digging or just slapping around men and telling them what to do?
>If you want I can dig out book titles that were good technical resources while I was learning, if we're lucky they may be free online somewhere
Please do! I'd be honored if you were to go through the chore. I don't even mind if I have to buy a book like that since I really want to have a good technical read about mining.

Also glad to be of assistance.

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What the fuck did you just fucking say about metals, you crypto cuck? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in /pmg/ Boating Club, and I've been involved in numerous junk silver purchases, and I have over 300 confirmed ounces. I am trained in the mining sector and I'm the top panner in the entire Canadian jurisdiction. You are nothing to me but just another sheep. I will keep stacking with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with shilling that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of mining & macroeconomy insiders across the USA and the price of PM's is going up right now so you better prepare for the hyper-inflation, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking financially ruined, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can stack gold and silver in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in the glorious art of stacking, but I have access to the entire Sprott mining stock portfolio and I will use it to its full extent to secure my financial stability in the coming bull market, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution society's rampant debt leveraging was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have invested in fucking precious metals. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. The Fed will print money all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking ruined, kiddo.

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It costs about 14k in power to mine one currently not including the cost and maintenance of the equipment, it’s a fixed supply commodity unlike gold and metals they can’t mine 21million and uncover more bitcoin, they can’t open a ton of new mines and dilute the supply of bitcoin because it’s a fixed supply, more miners can and do come online but they compete with each other solving complex equations for a fixed supply of bitcoins per block. I know people will be butthurt here cause they can’t admit they’re not in and they’ll cope and say I don’t care if btc goes to a million I’ll be happy with gold, I hold 1kg of gold and 30kg of silver so more then most and I hold that as my insurance policy but bitcoin has its place also and at 1/30th the market cap of gold and already lower inflation, in 2024 it drops to below 0.9% inflation. The writings on the wall, don’t be stubborn enough to miss out on generational wealth.

>> No.24009522

Ok two scenarios.
>What happens to the annual supply of bitcoin if 99% of miners are turned off?
>What happens to the annual supply of gold if 99% of miners go offline?
Answer. The bitcoin annual supply is static. The difficulty adjusts down. The 1% of miners can generate the same number of bitcoins. The gold's annual supply falls by 99%. So ask yourself, was the energy to mine all past and present bitcoins necessary? Was the energy to mine all past and present gold necessary?
You can thank the autistic NEET DesoGames for figuring that out.

>> No.24009636

how and why would that ever happen, a worldwide energy disaster? that’s all you got now some emp hitting the earth, some literal one in a zillion play that may hurt bitcoin that’s what you’re telling people not to invest, yikes. The higher the price gold goes the more competing miners come online, the more sites are uncovered and the better their technology gets at pulling that gold out of the ground, so miners have permanently cuckd gold. Unlike with bitcoin more miners can come online but they compete with what’s in each block, they cannot simply “find more”. Gold will always have that extra weight on its head as price rises so will inflation as they race to get it out of the ground and dump onto the market. Let’s not even get into how rigged the paper gold market is

>> No.24009715

You're missing the point. You posed that bitcoin has value because it costs alot to mine. It only costs alot to mine because so many miners are online. If I build a factory that would normally cost $1M to build and then set $1B on fire on the front lawn, it doesnt make it a billion dollar factory. Its a million dollar factory with alot of wasted money. Thats bitcoin. a 25 cent digital token with alot of wasted energy

>> No.24009802

Yikes, what do you think gives gold it’s price tag? you do understand the cost of production right? do some actual research

>> No.24009839

Have you ever taken any business class?
Not only that, Bitcoin literally has 0 tangible uses, at least ETH has a few, while gold is used in electronics (the thing that makes Bitcoin go bing bing)