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Medieval gold edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

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


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

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

Russian/European coins

Relevant information regarding mining companies

Previous thread:

>> No.26009074

Gonna melt and bend your pic

>> No.26009130

r8 my holdings, am i missing anything?
First Majestic
Defiance Silver
Equinox Gold Corp
Impact Silver
Metalla Royalty
Pan American Silver
Scottie Resources

>> No.26009145


New Vangold interview

>> No.26009152
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no bulli

>> No.26009161
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You can't melt sacred gold anon

>> No.26009171


DV is core and ridiculously oversold right now, also look into BLLG

>> No.26009206
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Sleep my sweet. No more bully and bend

>> No.26009246
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Are you comfy right now anons ?

>> No.26009317
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>day 15 of the year 2021
>silver still below 30$

>> No.26009442

it's all ogre

>> No.26009469

Metals down again, btc 38k .. wtf happened

>> No.26009604
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>> No.26009631

Makes me rock hard to invest

>> No.26009866

honestly I regret not making use of this crypto bubble

>> No.26009943

are we destined to crab forever? will we ever break out of this $24-$27 range?

>> No.26010128

I found it funny that these crypto fags make fun of us for stacking precious metals do they even realize at there invisible money it's not truly protected just wait for an EMP attack or a solar storm to wipe away your fake money

>> No.26010195

Previous Thread:

>> No.26010334

I almost hate to mention their name in PMG threads anymore for fear of an avalanche of disgust and name-calling, but BHS is looking incredibly undervalued right now, as well. The fundamentals of the company do not match the share price or market cap whatsoever.

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i was comfy once, a long time ago

>> No.26010385


>> No.26011121
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>2 trillion stimulus
gold flat

>> No.26011160
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continuing from last thread it looks like the German stock market went from about 500 marks to 100 billion marks after hyperinflation. Meanwhile the amount of marks required to buy an ounce of gold went from 1340 marks to 87 trillion marks after hyperinflation. Again, that's about 500:100,000,000,000 for the stock market before:after and 1340:87,000,000,000,000 marks to buy one ounce of gold before:after. Stocks:gold percentage gains ratio is 20,000,000,000%:6,492,537,313,400% so dividing stock gains by gold gains:
Stock gains were 0.3% of gold gains

So, unlike this anon >>26006249 said, the stock market effectively ceased to exist after the weimar hyperinflation.

The analysis of stock performance during the weimar hyperinflation done by JP Morgan (linked at the top of this post) makes no mention of gold and silver, of course

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I'm not asking for that much, I only want my 10k from this 2021 summer, since I'm late to the party, to turn into 3-4 millions so I can be out of wageslavery.

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Does anyone know anything about gems?
I just bought a 20 caret emerald for less than $2 shipped around the world and I'm kinda addicted.

>> No.26011915

You're getting a piece of glass. You'll need to add 3 zeroes to that price for a 20ct garbage emerald and another zero for something that actually looks like one.

>> No.26012000

gemmologist here, ask away.

>> No.26012173

Seems like only yield curve control or a massive order standing for delivery will break the current crab. Pretty crazy that trillions in stimulus barely moved it

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Seriously? Any decent cheap speculative investments while everything else I can imagine is overvalued to the hilt? Would you buy anything on ebay? Idk. I have 2 daughters and it'd be nice to give them some gems that are worth way more than I paid for them one day.

Yea, basically light colored obsidian. But if there's a market ...

>> No.26012242

sorry wrong thread

>> No.26012374
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I want gold more than anything else but owning gold doesn't generate more gold
is it dumb to just go all in on the gold mining majors and buy physical with dividends?

>> No.26012521

Honestly my personal approach is similar to what you just described. I plan to have my mining stock dividends be issued in physical, as well as perhaps take some profits a little along the way to purchase more physical. I initially deployed my money to buy mining stocks, instead of physical, which apparently is the opposite of what most other PMG posters have done.

>> No.26012659

I own a small doomsday stack for the mad max scenario but everything else is in miners

>> No.26012680
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I may spend the day writing a script to bid on any gem that has a bid on it since those who bid probably know what they're bidding on and it's worth bidding on.
Idk. Guess it could be worse - I could be buying lottery tickets.

>> No.26012776

DRD gold has a 21¢ dividend and is 10.68 a share right now. If you've got the cash that's probably one of the best dividends on the whole market ratio wise. I have 52 shares myself but I want to get it to a nice round number like 200

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Depends on what you think is gonna happen in the near future. If this >>26011160 happens, mining stocks won't do well because they are traded on the exchanges like any other stock. And no, mining stocks won't perform better than the rest in that scenario because people will be getting out of paper and into real money, not mining stocks or any other stock. In that situation, you don't want counterparty risk: dollars are counterparty risk, stocks are counterparty risk, etc. and when people are getting rid of that risk as fast as they can in exchange for commodities, you will be able to buy much less of those commodities with your paper because nobody will give you their commodities in return for paper

>> No.26012884


The naysayers will be eating their words soon.

>> No.26013068

This is what I’m expecting, too. I’m tempted to buy more, actually. Rick Rule has discussed the irony in how people look for sales for everything else they buy in life (food, clothing, cars, etc.) but when it comes to stocks, we avoid companies that are undervalued and buy when they’re overvalued. I’m guilty of falling into this thinking myself but am slowly changing my mindset. BHS looks very appealing at a 12m market cap.

>> No.26013086

So, uh, is there a way to avoid dealer markups? Why would I pay 1960 dollars for something worth 1850 dollars?

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Real gems like that aren't clear like glass like the pajeet stones you're bidding on desu

Consider them cheap thrills or costume jewelry, maybe good for a hobby, I know a few crazy cat lady's that do this as their thing

>> No.26013111

baghorse silver

>> No.26013289

Newbie here. So what’s the deal with GOLD?

>> No.26013432

Biden announces huge stimulus. Metals dump. This shot is starting to get tiring

>> No.26013473
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Yay cheapies incoming!

>> No.26013499

The manipulation is becoming more apparent each and every day.

>> No.26013951

What a drop

>> No.26014077

How do nall yiggas trade the gold/silver ratio?

>> No.26014196

Newb, there are no marxists in this thread. Therefore "muh wage slavery" will not get you very far. The fags here have decided to "stack PMs" with hard earned money.

If you want out of wage/salary, accumulate capital. This includes human capital, i.e. knowledge and wisdom

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yeah, for the last 75 years

>> No.26014261
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>cheap pms
my fiat is ready

>> No.26014428

>spot price drops
>actual price to purchase doesn't
Nothing personal kid

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its all becoming so tiresome

>> No.26014634

I'm holding my powder for $20

>> No.26014660

You ''cheapies'' people are part of the problem. Price going down is not a good thing.

>> No.26014731

Link to 0.07

>> No.26014739

kek its not like they sell it down to that level. Are you retarded? All these cheapies folks are literally the support

>> No.26014760

you gold bugs are trying to fight the fed and the #1 rule of trading is don't fight the fed, no wonder your losing lmao

>> No.26014837

You wouldn't believe how much gold central banks own lmfao

>> No.26014859

you're right. tHE fed is buying treasuries so that must mean its a good investment.

>> No.26014871

Partial credit. You'll see what happens when Powell utters something about "yield curve control"

>> No.26014887


BAD BOOOOYS... Watchu gonna doooooo...

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What's with the sudden drop? All the Silver, Copper, and Gold suddenly going discount mode before market close

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Don't forget to put your old shiny coins in one comfy case

>> No.26015084

>Stock gains were 0.3% of gold gains
this. also food costs rose higher 100x vs. real estate
in weimar, gold and food were the big winners

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Cope harder faggot, JP Morgan was the most based man to ever exist

>> No.26015575

Why is PAAS dropping so hard?

>> No.26015634

easter eggs candy?

>> No.26015637

You could ask the same about every god damn company in the sector. This move is across the entire sector and is sentiment based

>> No.26015676
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Ugh, medieval jewels are always so crummy, but would you look at that wonderful gold. There’s something nice about ancient gold.

Don’t forget, stack RHENIUM

>> No.26015687

Stop! I can only get so erect
>checks price to buy
>still the same

>> No.26015707

No bros... what if the deflationfags are right this time?

A lot of people lost their jobs... And Biden wants to suck out even more money from the economy with his tax hikes.

>> No.26015750

I’m not losing on any of my PM holdings and I also invest in stocks

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Has JPM done their Dump on silver today so I can buy cheapies? or does it happen at 10 eastern?

>> No.26015799

the metal prices are being suppressed by the banks

>> No.26015830

He just announced an additional $1400 stimulus and 1 trillion in stimulus to renters, landlords and small businesses (owned by people that aren’t white or Asian). The pool of money is increasing.

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Do you really find this crummy anon ?

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Gold everywhere

>> No.26016320

Has anyone spoken to their bank about FDIC? Curious as to what you’ve been told.

>> No.26016404

I work at a bank, what about it?

>> No.26016440

did we get too cocky?

>> No.26016450

Reread my posts. I said “jewels” not jewelry. The goldsmithing is excellent, the lapidary, not so much.

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why wont anyone buy my KXPLF

>> No.26016553
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stocks down gold down bonds up dollar up all i want is 4 latina wives and 20 sons

>> No.26016623

It's over

>> No.26016946

What happens to clients’ money in the event of a bank failure/insolvency.

>> No.26017119

the FDIC takes over pretty quick, I think I remember in 2008 this happened and no one even lost access to their accounts, but FDIC only insures up to 250k, so if you have more money in your accounts than that then you might be fucked.

>> No.26017440

because I bought 200 shares yesterday

>> No.26017491
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Remember boys, real money requires iron hands to hold them

Keep accumulating

>> No.26017608

Anytime spot falls even a little it's an absolute massacre for miners.

>> No.26017666

how massive?

>> No.26017721

>why wont anyone buy my KXPLF

I tried this morning but Vanguard won't let me.

>> No.26017783

Next financial crisis will be bank bail ins. FDIC will not insure your account. Dodd Frank act is the reason

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they're legit however I'm 99% sure they are lab created not natural. I have few myself just because of the looks.

>> No.26017950

/Smg/ tourist here. Had a silver mining stock and its getting raped this week. I looked and they all are.

When is this shit going back up? Is now the time to buy?

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Thanks, guys. I have a lot of learning to do, but could be fun way to bypass the high cost of retail jewelry.

>> No.26018140

when should I sell my aurcana silver stocks?

>> No.26018148
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>buy PAAS last week
>already down -28%
ahah, i d-didn't need this m-money anyway, r-right?

>> No.26018176

any good spots to buy large synthetics? I could use a couple of neat paperweights for my desk

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Silver miners should already be nearly triple what they are at $25 silver. Silver miners are the most undervalued assets on the planet. When the paper games end and silver gets over $30 they are going to soar to the moon. Simply need to be patient and wait for the COMEX paper games to break.

>> No.26018382

And that is to facilitate trade in the international global economy. It’s really not that much

>> No.26018479

Well, well, market is clearly saying that gold and silver tokens are not needed. Meanwhile chainlink token is very much needed.

>> No.26018495
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I'm debating buying more for divvies and countering my Canadian exposure but limited insider shareholders is off putting. Any thoughts on this?


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Do you guys accept crypto refugees? Sadly all I have to my name is a binder mercury dimes and other coins from my numismatist days and a few silver ingots.

>> No.26018728

lol? CAPEX != Market cap

>> No.26018803

Fuck off we’re full

>> No.26018854

Given recent events, buying bullion online with funds in a bank seems like a bad idea. Am I the only one who thinks this? Sounds paranoid I know.

>> No.26018864


Many silver miners are trading at 4x cash flow or less. They should be at 10x cash flow. That's nearly triple.

>> No.26018903

What are some good miners?

>> No.26018936

You know, gold and silver may crab a lot, but they have nowhere to go but up

Mining stocks ARE paper

Yes, you are still very early fren

>> No.26018942

Daw, oh well.

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Meant to post this

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Of course it's a bad idea, we now like in a globohomo dictature. They can already jail you, take away your kids, get you ousted from your rented home and get you fired if you liked the wrong tweet.
How long before they can freeze your bank account too and ask for a receipt of your recent purchases and come to seize them?
It's not being paranoid fren, it's simply acknowledging what's coming.

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Checked fren. May your gains be lovely and your metal always shiny.

>> No.26019306

We're gonna retest 1760 let's gooo

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>What are some good miners?

If you only have access to the NYSE: Alexco, Great Panther, AUMN

If you have access to small-caps: BLLG, DV, IRV


>Mining stocks ARE paper

No, mining stocks are an asset, like a house. What you say here is untrue. >>26012848 Mining stocks went up 100s or 1000s of times in the highly inflationary 70s and 80s. Once you have your physical bullion hedge, the first place where you want to be in a currency crisis is mining stocks. Mining companies will be the new central banks post-fiat. If PMs soar mining stocks will necessarily follow, because every dollar which is added to the price of PMs is pure profit for the miners.

>> No.26019369

What are you going to do faggot ? Nothing, exactly. So the only thing left is to see the positive sides of these manipulations : poor fags like us can accumulate more. Manipulation won't be eternal, one day, they will get it. Without lube.
Its more than just fight the fed, its don't feed the beast. I would rather die standing than help it commit this crime. Don't forget PM manipulation wouldn't works without people willing to speculate on usury and shit.
Media in france are also talking about it this week, how bail ins should be allowed since everyone is savings helicopter money, might as well take it back ! They are truly going to do it.

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Fuck you

>> No.26019666
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the 70s and 80s were highly inflationary and may even broach the line of currency crisis, but our society was at that point much more cohesive and homogenous than today. A currency crisis today will test our faith in each other and thereby fiat (meaning by faith) to the breaking point. As stated here >>26015084 gold and food are the biggest winners in a hyperinflationary crisis analogous to the weimar crisis as you can see in picrel

>> No.26019737

Just picked up some more BLLG yesterday, it amazes that they are almost at all time lows, eventhough their financial structure is great and they have a lot of catalysts coming in 2021

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May be buying my first oz of gold soon!

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>biden promises to print and inject trillions
>PM's down

i cant hold on much longer

>> No.26020010

Me too, why did they lie to us?

>> No.26020080

Because they are jews anon

>> No.26020116

>print more USD
>value of USD increases
We just need to print 40 trillion dollars and the dollar is saved

>> No.26020130

This guy is too based. I bet he stack silver.

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>As stated here >>26015084 gold and food are the biggest winners in a hyperinflationary crisis analogous to the weimar crisis as you can see in picrel

If gold goes up, miners must follow, it's that simple. If the ounces which you are selling become 10x more valuable then your cash flow will directly correspond, and so must the valuation of your company. Even if all fiat currencies went to zero, the miners could pay their dividends in physical metal (as Resolute Mining and Bayhorse Silver have already done, Keith Neumeyer intends to do, and as the miners commonly used to do). Unless you think that the world will become a communist dystopia, stock exchanges aren't going away, and every country on earth isn't going to nationalize its miners. Even in the Great Depression, miners didn't get nationalized, and Homestake Mining (the ancestor of Barrick Gold) went up by 600%.


When we get to $30 silver and $2100 gold these miners are going to revalue so quickly and so fiercely to the upside that people's hair will stand on end. Until then market dislocations like BLLG are to be taken full advantage of, and all short-term noise ignored.


Turn off your computer and stop obsessing about the price movement every day. The volatility and dumping on the COMEX is supposed to upset you and shake you out. Simply ignore it. By the end of the year, gold will be at least $2300 and silver $45. They cannot keep a lid on this for long.

>> No.26020181

lol cherry picked data from 100 years ago are you serious?

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Fed is talking about tapering off liquidity, something which they cannot do and is obviously a bluff, but fags are gullible enough to believe it.

If they couldn't do it in 2018, what in the hell makes people think they can do it in 2021? Banks will fail, Corporations will lay off millions, and Dems will institute UBI.

All Bullish for Metal.

>> No.26020270

Seriously what the fuck is the problem with DV are they going to exit scam or something? It was above 0.9 CAD like a week ago?

>> No.26020280


>lol cherry picked data from 100 years ago are you serious?

Do you have an example of a currency crisis in history where stock exchanges were abolished and mining stocks confiscated, Bob?

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>what should happen
- USD go down : PM go up
- crypto go down : PM go up
- stonks go down : PM go up
- USD go up : PM go down
- crypto go up : PM crab
- stonks go up : PM go down

>what actually happens
- USD go down : PM go down
- crypto go down : PM go down
- stonks go down : PM go down
- USD go up : PM go down
- crypto go up : PM crab
- stonks go up : PM crab

Fuck this clownworld, seriously.

>> No.26020423

What's the reason to stack rhenium?

>> No.26020472
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Look at this and think about they could do it. Its just people being tired with PM crabbing since August.

>> No.26020498

Before they did the private placement last week

>> No.26020659

What are your thoughts on using your mining stocks to provide your physical position? Meaning that, if you buy shares of a company that intends to pay shareholder dividends in physical silver, what is wrong with loading up on shares and then just choosing physical instead of paper money to be your dividend, as opposed to establishing Physical position first and then moving into miners afterward?

>> No.26020706

based chinks and ruskies ensuring we all get cheapies

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This is how junior mining stocks work. If silver goes down $2, your stock goes down 25%, if silver goes up $2, your stock goes up 25%. The leverage works both to the upside and the downside. These miners are going up 100s of times at $100+ silver, so if you believe in the PM thesis, simply don't fret about the price movement every day and stop checking your portfolio. Dolly Varden is the safest stock that you could possibly hold so if you believe that silver is going up there is no reason to keep thinking about the price and upsetting yourself. Best thing to do would be to forget your miners entirely for the next six months.


You want to have at least 10-25% of your net-worth in physical bullion, simply because that has no counterparty risk. So if there is WW3 and every miner in the world gets nationalized and life comes to look like a Fallout game, you will always preserve your wealth. Other than that, I don't see anything the matter in using mining stocks to build physical, whether by collecting physical dividends or by taking profits on miners and immediately buying metal with the fiat.

>> No.26020965

>Fallout game
opinion disregarded

>> No.26021004

What is safer about DV compared to IPT or SVE? Jurisdiction? Just curious, thanks.

>> No.26021167

WallStreet is preparing for the next stimulus package: hype fueled stocks will do another rally while the rest of the economy is still in lockdown.
PMs are being dumped to buy stocks before the stimulus. The rest of the economy is frozen, so the negative effects will only kick in when the lockdowns are released and stimulus stops (there might be another one during the spring).
I.E. PMs will keep crabbing until later this year.

>> No.26021376


Don't remember the financial situation of SVE immediately, but IPT and DV are equally safe, the only thing that differentiates them is jurisdiction. Both IPT and DV have excellent properties, no debt, and a lot of cash. DV has 44 million proven ounces, and 100% ownership of one of the most important silver properties in history, with four past-producing mines which produced tens of millions of ounces of high-grade silver. So if you buy DV, all you have to do is sit patiently wait and for the silver price to go up. Same thing goes for SVE, which has 50 million ounces sitting on leach pads, and IPT, which is already a producer and whose property has produced about 1 million silver ounces a year for the past 500 years, from the time of Cortez onward. The sole thing that matters in owning DV, SVE, or IPT is the silver price, that's why they are "core."

>> No.26021463

Gem cutter anon here

You can generally get synthetics anywhere, even large ones. You probably won't find anything the size of your fist unless it's glass, though. If it's a true cut synthetic and it's large, it'll probably be expensive too.

If you want the novelty of a large buole I get my synthetic rough from creativegems.com. Most of it is going to be chemically identical to whatever comes out of the ground.

>> No.26021531

The lockdowns are here to stay, buddy. As is the "stimulus." This ain't about a virus.

>> No.26021652

If you had to pick three more safe, core position mining stocks, in addition to IPT, DV, SVE, what would they be? I know we have discussed literally dozens of microcaps over the months, but I’m curious what your next “tier” of core positions would be after those three.

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At least I'll have my shiny boomer rocks to clink and play with while I'm at home

>> No.26021999


I think the only other stock which strikes me as "core" at this point is BLLG, simply because the stock has dumped to such beyond-absurd levels that it seems completely derisked. Every other stock which I like has some sort of caveat attached to it.

BHS: Graeme O'Neil must prove production despite letting people down during the past few years

IRV: Covid lockdowns in Japan might prevent drilling

NIM: Heavily in debt

SSE: Might not have the 120 million ounces

AZS, AZT, MTB, GIS, VML, FWZ, CNX: Depend on good drilling results

CCW: Questions about the competence of Frank Basa

TK: CEO pays himself an obscene salary

ELO: Has now run up a lot

BSR: Located in Guatemala

ESM: Might not get the permit

KS: Management-team recently dumped a colossal number of shares on the market, failed to communicate until recently, stock price has run up enormously

VGLD: Will soar so much when it gets unhalted that there will be no time to buy in

I believe that all the above stocks are excellent bargains and will provide the opportunities of a life-time in this PM bull market, but when it comes to say (DV) there doesn't seem to be any caveat attached; you simply buy it and sit on those ounces and that property and wait.

>> No.26022247

Any tips on the other end of the spectrum, and hedges on inflation?
I'm just baffled by all the cheap stuff on ebay.

>> No.26022258

What do you think about limiting your number of stock and betting on few when having a small capital ? Like having 25% of your PF for example on IRV is "enormous" but when you only have 10k, its only 3k invested in the company.

>> No.26022272

You suggested Great Panther to someone earlier this thread. I had a discussion on the stock here yesterday. I argued that the stock is extremely undervalued as they produce 150,000 (eq) oz of gold a year and are also over a million ounce silver producer. All that for less than 300M MC sounds like a bargain to me in this bull market. What do you make of them, the potential upside and risks and how do they compare to your micro caps?

>> No.26022276

If you say it enough times, it might just become true!

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>> No.26022287

is now the time for a poorfag to spend some savings on cheapies?
or will I get an even better price in the days and weeks to come?

>> No.26022298

Checked. I'll add some stuff:

SSE: Drilling delayed still, possible future complications at Pino, also mineralization might not extend to depth

CCW: Nuggety, deep mineralization: deposit might not be mineable or drilling might be unsuccessful and time-consuming

>> No.26022346

Someone shill us butthorse for the next 6000 posts please

>> No.26022403

Jesus Christ this place is becoming worse than the shitcoin generals, you faggots never shut the fuck up about minor fluctuations in spot price or when your miners go down 3%. Get a fucking life

>> No.26022497

Cuz it's a shit stock run by faggots

>> No.26022568


I always tell people to buy Great Panther if they only have access to the NYSE, because it trades at only 4x cash flow. It is a gem. I don't own it only because I believe BHS to be even more of a gem at less than 1x projected cash flow, _if_ Graeme O'Neil can finally prove that he is producing. Also because BSR, VGLD are also at only 1x projected cash flow, and NIM with its $32 million mill and excellent properties for only a $40 million mcap also strikes me as a remarkable hidden gem.


>What do you think about limiting your number of stock and betting on few when having a small capital ?

Yes, the less money you have, the less diversified you should be. You should find the few companies which you truly believe in and bet on them deeply. You generally don't want to have less than $1000 in a mining stock. So somebody who has only $10,000 should not own more than 10 miners.

>> No.26022595

Maybe you goldfags have the wrong worldview and just digging your heels in deeper the last ten years just leads to fucking youself over harder

Seriously. Talking to Goldfags is like talking to flat earthers or antivaxxers. You're all in your own bubble.

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>The lockdowns are here to stay, buddy. As is the "stimulus." This ain't about a virus.

A friend gave me "The Creature from Jekyll Island" for Christmas and I've been reading the last few chapters about the "Pessimistic" and realistic monetary end-game scenarios. Pretty alarming how we're apparently heading straight to high-tech feudalism.

Looks like some nice cheap stocks today, thankfully I held off and just bought EMX Royalty this week because miners have continued dumping.

I'm not sure if it's wise to keep waiting for a bottom but it doesn't *feel* like we've seen it yet. Maybe the long weekend will be interesting and next Tuesday will be the time to reevaluate?

Anyone have any instincts regarding when the true cheapies will flow, or are you buying today?

>> No.26022640

Whet percentage do you guys have in uranium miners? Rick Rule recommend about 30%

>> No.26022679


There's a lot of cheap stuff on ebay because it's all fake in some regard, or the clarity/quality/color of the gemstone is terrible. The cut also matters a lot to any collectors or jewelers because the way it's cut matters a lot to the how the color and shine of the stone comes out. If it's not done right, you end up with dark spots on the edges of the stone or worse, you can end up with "windowing" where you just see straight through the bottom of the stone and that's always sad.

If you're looking to invest in something more unorthodox when it comes to gemstones, you can generally do it with rare mineralogical specimens. I almost bought an $8,000 aquamarine that came from Afghanistan. The size and clarity is what made that one special and I probably could have flipped it for more than what they were asking in just a few years.

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>hating on the best game ever
opinion discarded

>> No.26022848

Thank you for the answer. So basically you simply prefer more risk and higher (possible) reward if our bull market thesis holds true and the companies deliver.

>> No.26022947

>anime figure
Opinion Discarded.

>> No.26022974


>> No.26023086


Yes; I try to be as selective as possible. If several stocks are "similar," I prefer to bet deeply on the better, more leveraged options rather than spread myself too thin. So I'd rather own BHS, NIM, BSR and VGLD and put more money in them than sell some of them and add Great Panther to my portfolio. I am always looking to be as optimized as I possibly can. But Great Panther only very narrowly doesn't make the cut for me.

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>> No.26023327

I wont disagree with this but there's definitely a valid reason to stack beyond some end of days SHTF scenario. It's important to recognize that stacking some PMs is a sound way to preserve your wealth against many many negative outcomes. Only sensationalists and koolaid drinkers would encourage your investments be 100% related to PMs. These are strange times that are incredibly unstable and people's sense of unease is very valid. Bashing on people for wanting to be safe and seeking out safe investments is not irrational behavior. Maybe theyre missing out on fantastic investments that could generate lots of "profits" but to some people safety is more important than lucrative profits.

>> No.26023330

where did they talk about tapering liquidity?

>> No.26023427

I play the crypto craps table and sell for PMs.

>> No.26023428

How to important to you is share structure, “float”, etc.? I’ve been trying to learn about those things; any guidance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

>> No.26023465

As a poorfag with only a few hundred in mining stocks (most spare cash goes to physical) is it even worth it to buy miners? I have a dozen shares of AG because I believe Kieth is a baller CEO. Should I keep accumulating AG till I hit $1k or start buying some GPL?

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Keep stacking those "securities issued by a corporation that represent an ownership right in the assets of the corporation and a right to a proportionate share of profits after payment of corporate liabilities and obligations."

Meanwhile I'll be stacking real money

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I've been building a commodities-based portfolio thinking around 25% myself for uranium ($UUUU, $URG, $URNM etc), 75% on gold/silver/zinc/copper/lithium and maybe the rest on transport like CP Rail or CN Rail.

also look at the BLLG 3-month, huge uptick in volume and only a dip from .90 to .60ish. most of the big boys are still on board, with the intra-day speculators presumably moving to uranium or copper plays in that time. Looking good.

>> No.26023712


A large share count can put investors off, because it indicates that the management have been disrespectful to their shareholders in the past. A small share count can be advantageous insofar as it makes a stock move up in price much more quickly. For example, that was how Callinex soared in such a short space of time. It's a question of supply and demand. Although on the other hand, a small share count also makes a stock less liquid, so it can make it much harder for you to get out.


If the miner thesis holds, then miners will outperform PMs vastly, so money which you put in miners should get you more gains than what you put in physical. GPR should run farther than FR, and also has assets in another jurisdiction (Brazil), so you might want to buy some even though you have less than $1000; but continuing to invest in FR isn't necessarily a bad idea either.


I have never said that mining stocks are money. Gold and silver are money.

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physical stack is comfy

>> No.26023881

For real SHTF get some rifles, ammo, medical supplies, food, backup generator, gasoline and car components.

If you're trading to make a profit, deflation might be fucking us over really hard in the next half year at least. Hope all of you stackers have your assholes puckered.

>> No.26024041

Beautiful Engelhards man. I more of a classic J&M guy but can't deny the allure of the Engelhard name.

Also people bitching about Gold not doing anything amidst stimulus announcements.. I was personally expecting a test of $1800 if people were really flocking out of gold and into cash for the inevitable "melt-up" appreciation that all this extra cash will create.

I'm personally thankful that we haven't breached $1800 yet. If we do, you can count me in for another gold maple lol

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no deflation in sight, sorry

I know

>> No.26024200

>not having you silver in plastic covers
you disgust me

>> No.26024331

>deflation might be fucking us over really hard in the next half year at least.

so you believe that when everyone receives UBI while there are no supply chains for goods that the dollar will actually increase in purchasing power?
This is literally impossible.

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silver is a natural antibiotic. its not going to catch the coof

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The deflation meme is a banker psyop which goes back to the days when gold was only $300 an ounce. They meddle with the CPI to promote it. As I have said here before, in WW1 Germany, the currency expanded by 400%, but there was no price inflation, because people were so anxious about the war; a circumstance which proves that hyperinflation is a psychological phenomenon. The bankers are anxious to prevent that psychological phenomenon from becoming widespread, and so leading to Mises's "crack-up boom." The broken economy of the 70s and 80s led to staglation, not deflation. Even in the Great Depression, which was deflationary, and where stocks crashed by 90%, gold nearly doubled, and Homestake Mining went up by 600%. Indoctrinating you with false fears of "deflation" + causing extreme suppression and volatility on the COMEX is supposed to shake you out and make you sell your PMs and miners. The prices of lumber, copper, zinc, silver, gold, oil, food etc. since Jan. 2020 prove that "deflation" is not happening and will not happen.

>> No.26024398

Thank you. Do you take note of things like “warrants?

>> No.26024427

>deflation might be fucking us over really hard in the next half year at least.
Deflation is nowhere in sight. Biden's not even in office and he's ready to BRRRRRRRR even harder than before. $1.9T on the table when they have the House, Senate, and Presidency? The only thing they'll have to worry about is buying more money printers with printed money.

I would love to see how anyone thinks deflation could even possibly be coming. $15 minimum wage on the table, $1400 for everyone, +$400 unemployment through September, eviction moratorium through September, and once we hit August they'll just announce an extension thereof. Hard times are coming. Don't have your money in money.

>> No.26024627

based, now we have some ecooomonist in the thread

>> No.26024683


Warrants and options are pretty much part and parcel of the share count, simply a more hidden aspect of it. When there are too many of them, a stock price can be buried beneath them, and require a lot of so-called "chewing" or "churning" before it moves higher. Sometimes they are given to employees as a justifiable reward, at other times they are used in a predatory manner.

>> No.26024800

In a real shtf scenario people are still going to want to have something to use as money. I'm not hedging my bets on a shtf scenario. I think it's a waste of time to speculate on that kind of thing. I just dont believe it will happen and beyond that I dont have the financial capacity to properly plan around it happening. Things can get bad without people murdering each other for a can of beans.

>> No.26025000

Should I even try trading options on miners to get even more gains or is that a fools trap?

>> No.26025143

yeah I personally don't think we will ever get a shtf scenario unless an asteroid strikes or something, even when the governments of South America defaulted and saw massive inflation they still didn't collapse into complete anarchy.

>> No.26025207

So the less warrants and options that a company has in its share float, the better? Do I have that right?

>> No.26025464


Chris Marcus (Arcadia Economics) has some videos on buying options on the silver miners, especially FR, so you might want to have a look if that interests you. Personally, I don't play with options on miners. If silver is going where we believe it is going, then small-caps will be going up 100s or 1000s of x in price. Even $1000 might turn into a million. So there is more than enough leverage already in the small caps. FR isn't a small cap ($3.4 billion mcap) so silver would have to go to something like $800 for it to go 100x, but I'd rather sell FR and buy a small cap junior than play with options on FR for more leverage.


Yes; they are good for the people who have them, but for everybody else, they are an obstacle. They weigh the stock down. Predatory companies like to give a lot of options to their employees.

>> No.26025603

For uranium chads, and mining stocks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wPqkvuGjW4

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Very interesting, I appreciate it!
Am I delusional to think there's potential profit in learning to cut stones and getting a big bag of rough gems and going to town?
Or do the rough sellers know what they have and I'd be selling my garbage on ebay for $2?

>> No.26025698

VP is the boss. Straight shoota

>> No.26025813

What is FR? Sorry I’m still new to all this.

>> No.26025892

Copper on sale, just put in a bid for $SURG.V @ 0.49. I think it could fall to .35-.40 but ill take that chance and DCA down there

>> No.26025899

Will UUUU double my money in a few months? I'm trying to double my money fast. Definitely not buying any boomer coins though.

>> No.26025903

I'll have a look at the video when I've the time, might be a nice addition to the pastebin. Thanks for sharing

>> No.26025954


I always use the stock abbreviations which appear on the original Canadian stock exchange. In the case of First Majestic, it is FR. (And FM is actually "First Quantum Minerals.") It's both because I prefer to be consistent, and because those are the abbreviations which you type into ceo.ca to find the stocks there, which is the best website for researching mining stocks. Likewise Great Panther = GPR. (GPL is Galileo Exploration there.)

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>> No.26026050

Buy bitcoin

>> No.26026190

Oh, so different stock exchanges use different tickers for the same company? That’s confusing. I’ll look into the Arcadia guy, thanks for the info.

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>> No.26026346


Yes; First Majestic = FR in Canada, but FM in the USA.

Here are Chris Marcus's options videos:




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Just listened to Sprott Money weekly podcast. Some very bad news for miners months ahead. We will be bagholding forever.

>> No.26026922

dont take that technical analysis guy serious TA is and will forever be bullshit its a self profiling prophecy but when SHTF it wont matter one fucking bit

>> No.26026935

Woke Nukem

>> No.26026971

we might be early but we wont be wrong, this is like shorting housing in 2006 probably, you look like a moron until everyone else does and by that time it will be to late for them to get in the trade,

>> No.26026988

Please share the details

>> No.26026995

Did you mean to say it’s AG in the states? Because that’s what it’s listed as in my Robinhood.

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Sorry; I presumed that FR was FM in the U. S. because people usually call it FM here, but it must be AG if that's what it says on your broker. I'm not an American, so didn't know.


David Brady is more credible than Chris Vermeulen as a chartist.


"Recent comments from several Fed members regarding the taper of monthly monetary stimulus seem disingenuous at best, given that the Fed will be required to buy the majority of the new treasury bonds issued to finance that fiscal stimulus, especially as tax receipts fall. This comes on top of a truly gargantuan amount of existing treasury bonds maturing this year.

The Fed will need to buy most if not all of this debt to avoid steep rise in bond yields. Higher interest costs to the treasury could expose the risk of insolvency in the United States, something the Fed will do everything to avoid.

With massive fiscal and monetary stimulus to hit the U.S. this year and the need to cap bond yields, the biggest casualty is likely to be the dollar. This does not mean that the dollar can’t see significant short-term bounces, but the overall trend is likely to continue to be lower. Such a backdrop is only good for precious metals and miners, especially if inflation expectations rise while nominal yields are capped. The resulting decline in real yields would also support higher Gold and Silver prices.


There is further downside risk in the short-term, but the longer this correction takes and the lower we go, the bigger the catapult shot to the upside thereafter. Massive stimulus and an asymmetric risk to the downside in real yields make such an outcome highly probable.


In conclusion, we could suffer more pain in the short-term, but given that the forecast stimulus-on-steroids is now pending, it won’t be long before we are focused on how high we could go rather than where the bottom is."

>> No.26027239


DV is held by weak hands so be ready for that

t. went from +15% to -20% in 5 trading days

>> No.26027297

This indicates to me: “keep accumulating.”

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imagine spending this much energy to analyze miners just to have them crab and dump whenever PMs rise and crab, respectively. Beta will kill all miner gains in the long term as long as the paper suppression scheme is going

>> No.26027491

Only eric fucking sprott himself has enough money to remain solvent through this gold / silver price manipulation

Gold Ventures is coping so fucking hard the past week on twitter. cocky fucking belgian just lost people following his strategy millions lol

2 more weeks! trust the plan! lol yeah ok buddy

>> No.26027552


When silver breaches $30, everything that has happened over the past 7 months will be irrelevant. You will see miners do things that will make your hair stand on end. And that is even more true of $40, $50, $100, $200, etc., which prices are quite as inevitable. Those who have had strong fingertips in the mining stocks will be rewarded beyond their wildest dreams for their saint-like patience.

>> No.26027635

how high do you think it will go i made the foolish descision of muying at 3.639

>> No.26027755


GV's problem is that he chases stocks after they have already gone up. I was telling people to buy Klondike when it had a $10 million mcap, but I told them to sell when it went 4x and never recommended it again. He moved Klondike from "small" to "big" when it went 4x and caused all his followers to buy in at 6x or 7x before it crashed. Same thing is true of Vangold. I was telling people here to make it a core position when it was in his "speculative" section; he has moved it to "biggest" only now, after the El Cubo deal has halted it.

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Do you even know where you are faggot? This is 4chan a fucking anime imageboard.

>> No.26028148

to be fair nobody could have anticipated the El Cubo acquisition, that was a total game changer

>> No.26028224

No this is /biz/ - Business & Finance


>> No.26028259

You believe in MMT and UBI? Bankers exist to enrich themselves not to give handouts the poors.

Any stimulus monies handed out is going to funded with DEBT which the bankers are going to expect you poor sods to pay off in the future.

Yeah that all makes sense. So why the fuck is the dollar surging?

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this is the Business & Finance board on an anime imageboard cunt. Go be a faggot on some other website if your going to be such a massive fucking faggot.

>> No.26028371


The CEO James made an allusion to the fact that he was in talks with another company for solving the mill-question, don't remember the video but it was an obscure one with only 1000 views. He left a number of hints. Besides which it was already an utter bargain because

1) The stockpiles at El Pinguico are worth more than the mcap;
2) The Veta Madre might intersect the property, and has produced 1.2 bn ounces of silver;
3) El Pinguico used to be the most productive mine in its district, and was abandoned only because of the Mexican Revolution, not mine depletion.

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>> No.26028461

Nah, /a/ is somewhere else fag


>> No.26028462

Yeah the mill was in planning but they acquired a new mine too

>> No.26028489

>So why the fuck is the dollar surging?
It's a short term surge now that the effects of the last 'stimulus' are starting to wear. In a normal market, this would subside and eventually stabilize things slowly back to what they were, but this market now is built to anticipate the government just printing money and throwing it at them. Pick your stock, pick Gold/Silver, pick bitcoin, pick fucking damn near anything. They've seen a dip that's slight compared to the absolute pump they've recently seen.

>> No.26028532


Point is that GV should have had more vision in respect to Vangold than to put it in "speculative." I think it was clear that that was going to be a very special stock.

>> No.26028633

Do you see Klondike Silver as still being worthy of a large position today?

>> No.26028637

>It's a short term surge
Hopefully. But if it keeps going up it's going to take a dump on your mining stocks.

We'll see in the next few weeks.

>> No.26028791

/pmg/ apologize to this anon. APOLOGIZE RIGHT NOW!

>> No.26028833


I sold most of my position between a $45-75 million mcap. But I will always keep part for Auld Lang Syne and as a matter of principle. $30 million mcap seems more justified, given that they finally released an NR, but KS doesn't really excite me any more. It was only worth betting largely on at $10 million. I now see BHS as being in the same position that KS used to be.

>> No.26028852


I learned from an old weed smoking jew that used my labor to make crazy profit. I'd cut a large $25 rough synthetic stone and he'd mount the thing on a gold ring that cost him $700 to make back in 2012 or so, sell the damn thing for $1200. It's possible, but people tend to like their stones already mounted on stuff, though you can build a good relationship with other gold/silversmiths and source to them.

In general, natural gemstones will cost more to source from miners, but the cut stone depending on how well you make it can sometimes more than double whatever you invest. If you want to practice, go with synthetics that way you're not sweating bullets when you're learning because you've reduced a $500 emerald to something that you can't salvage. The aforementioned website carries a "laser gem" which is just boro-silicate glass. Cheap to produce, great practice material and they come in fun colors.

Get a good mid level machine. They're expensive for a starter if you want to facet stones, probably around $1500 to $2500, but you will save yourself hours and hours of headache since the cheaper machines won't hold the stones correctly and then you end up with weird curved or crooked facets. These machines usually come with a set of dops (those funny sticks they wax or glue the gemstone to).

Next are the laps. You'll need a cutting, pre-polishing and a polishing lap to make your work quicker. I used to cut commercially instead of for competition, so I used steel laps with 360 grit -> 1200 grit and then a tin lap polishing with 14,000 grit diamond powder. If you ask different faceters what they use you'll end up with just as many different answers. Find what works for you, this will probably get you up and running quickly though.

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Hello Frens,
Just wondering what you think about the decade long cup & handle pattern in gold. Boner inducing? Fake meme lines?
When do you think break out happens?

>> No.26029252
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You like todays junk delivery?

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>silver not even down a dollar
Shut up and enjoy the cheapies niggers

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>> No.26029800

>Shut up and enjoy the cheapies niggers
im already spent for this month

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Some info for Gold/Silver Mining Share Owners


>> No.26029992

I spent 100 grand two weeks ago before the pump then subsequent dump. Still sitting comfy though, I know where this is going.

>> No.26030509

Lol this guy's a qtard.

Many why do you guys have to conspiracy nuts. Always some redneck boomer going on about hyperinflation and dollar collapse.

Low for dxy this decade is lows 70s and if it bounces here at 90 you're all faggots.

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I really like this florin

>> No.26030893

I like your junk dude

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tfw been flipping pokemon cards while getting my silver pouring methods and materials together.

>> No.26031056

>he didn't go all in on Charizards

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I'm glad you like my junk.

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so if I had $3000 usd to invest, should I buy more Gold or more Silver.
I'm tempted to dump it all on Silver because of reasons

>> No.26031367

Thanks for this info. Sorry to keep bothering you, but you piqued my curiosity about mining companies paying dividends in physical silver. You mentioned Bayhorse has already done this. What other miners do you know of that have discussed doing this? I'm interested in having my mining companies provide me my physical position for years to come, and use my current limited capital to continue buying mining shares. It seems like, if you own a substantial amount of shares and choose this option, this would be preferable over continually driving around to coin stores or searching online to find bullion.

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I need to take another whole of stack pic but its a pain getting it all out the safe.

>> No.26031380

get a 1/2 ounce of gold and the rest silver

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Did you b-b-buy AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FUCK!!! FUCK!!!!!!

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too much gay

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>> No.26031585

When has this retard ever been right about anything?

>> No.26031601

>tongue in cheek gay jokes make you legitimately scared
I think you’re a closet homo

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hmm, this sounds like a good idea

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>> No.26031694

Brainlet here, how do I purchase Dolly Varden stock? I've never bought stocks before.

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>defending faggotry
>"we were only pretending to be gay"
sure thing homo

>> No.26031815

Find a stock broker that operates in your country that allows you to buy Canadian stocks. Preferably one without an outrageous commision.

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>> No.26031901

Where'd you get it?

>> No.26031938

Open a brokerage account with Charles Schwab, link it to your online bank account, move the money over you'd like to invest, wait a couple days for the transaction to clear, and then when it has, search for the ticker DOLLF and purchase shares under "transact."

>> No.26032005

I hope you know anything about the industry or researching companies in general, if you don't I suggest doing some learning

>> No.26032044


>this brainlet is going to make more gains on dolly varden than anyone because he didn't buy too early

being too early is just as bad as being wrong

>> No.26032108

Fuggg...I have to pay some faggot to buy it for me? Is there any online broker anyone suggests that isn't a hassle and won't fug me on commission?

>> No.26032137

Bayhorse has not "done" that

>> No.26032169

Thanks breh!

>> No.26032184

I do it with an app on my phone

>> No.26032212

how we all doing today mates? fantastic day out here.

>> No.26032237

Td ameritrade app on your phone.

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Excellent, everything is red so as a poorfag, I can only thank god for the time he give us latefag to accumulate. Hope all's well on your side too.

>> No.26032383

Nice are you going to make a 4chan or /pmg/ related coin?

>> No.26032418

I worry that the corruption and manipulation is so massive it will cancel our gains.

>> No.26032459

It’s one big club, and you’re not in it

>> No.26032496

I've 40k in physical already, I'm just late to the miner party. In 6 month all position will be filled so I just hope it doesn't moon. Manipulation can only get you so far, at some point, someone has to pay this debt.

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>iT'S ChYNaAAaA!!1!

>> No.26032547

>I can only thank god for the time he give us latefag to accumulate

As a bagholder, I would not buy any miners right now unless you're going to dump them on monday after a rebound

gold and silver are looking to crab for a while and you'll just be bagholding. Maye when silver has 3 green days in a row thats your buy signal

>> No.26032676

So agq chads are fucked

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I'm too retarded to time the market, every month I get my paycheck, I dump 1k on miners. I'm a simple guy. I don't plan to sell anything before 5+ years, was red on CCW for 4 month now, don't care.

>> No.26032754

You know I don't get it. I really don't. We've pretty clearly established that $25 is a Bottom for silver for about the past year. That is an explosion in price from even a year ago. The miners haven't even had that priced in yet. All of their Financials show estimates of twenty dollar silver. They're making an extra 25% unprecedented profit and the market has not reacted AT ALL. This is fucking crazy land. The price of their commodity went up near ten bucks and nothing has fucking reacted. This is ridiculous. Meanwhile if silver goes down 2% then spread your asshole because a big fucking rip dump is coming through. This is just crazy. I hate this fucking shit.

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just as long as you go on a path of healing and not being an uber-douche, yes i am fine with gathering more anecdotal evidence in support of my maymays. ok i was going to post >>26019000
but it looks like i cant post duplicates.

so here's a new Cu coin I bought to flex on y'all cryptocucks. Kiss the ring.

>> No.26033001

>How long before they can freeze your bank account too and ask for a receipt of your recent purchases and come to seize them?
this is also what im worried about because my only option is buying online
hopeful if it get this bad there will be enough people willing to fight back

>> No.26033063

Same. PM bull markets tend to last several years. I'm not selling until we see some serious FOMO among the normies.

>> No.26033078

It is bizarre, but we are in the beginning stages of a multi-year, perhaps a decade-long bull market. Patience here is key. I guess as a society, we're used to instant gratification from things like online shopping with next day delivery, dating apps where you can click like and be in someone's bed in two hours, etc. But this requires a different mindset, and the confidence of that mindset comes from relentless research of the economic fundamentals. When you've got a grasp of that, you'll almost come to appreciate dumps in spot prices and mining stocks, so you can accumulate cheaper.

>> No.26033122

Bought from SDbullion, did the wire monday, they told me to wait one buisness day,then ship, its Friday and i still haven't gotten a shipping notification or tracking for 1oz of gold and 61 oz of silver. Is this normal?I even sent a message just to get one back saying they are reviewing my reply.

>> No.26033150

You'll get your shit dont worry

>> No.26033193

I appreciate the encouragement and deep down a part of me was asking for that. My concern though is, what if this fake instant gratification society has taken over, if fiat currencies and fed printing and banker manipulation and corruption are so strong that anything going against them will fail?

>> No.26033196

I think it's becoming normal. I've had delays on two shipments as well the past week. Apparently is USPS is fugged for some reason.

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It's a thought we all contend with, but we can never give up hope that our fellow man will pull through before the end

>> No.26033377

There really is no other option besides failure. We may be able to run on fumes for another couple years, but that 10 year yield has been creeping up, and that is a signal that a massive crash could be imminent. There will be more money printing, sure, but there are diminishing returns with that in terms of keeping yields low. And you're just diluting the currency into Monopoly money at that point, thus causing price inflation and continuing to expand bubbles. So, whether its a crash or hyperinflation, precious metals and miners are the place to be. This investment strategy will ultimately prevail, but crabbing could continue in the short term. This is just a prime opportunity to accumulate.

>> No.26033448

Do they just leave the package at the door or do i have to sign? I'm usually working during the day time and im not back till around 5 or 6pm

>> No.26033468

This guy gets it, I wish we could go back to last March when I picked up 20oz for $14 per.

>> No.26033571

All my online PM orders have required "signature" aka just open the door and confirm receipt. But I haven't ordered from SD so I dont know their specific shipping policy

>> No.26033769

Absolutely, my fren. I'll need to make a storefront. Ebay will cost way too much. Die hasn't been ordered yet. Working on getting the melt and pour right. Operation is going to be ultra micro

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>they told me to wait one buisness day,then ship, its Friday and i still haven't gotten a shipping notification or tracking for 1oz of gold and 61 oz of silver.

>> No.26033898

I got the next bread

>> No.26033963

I was watching a pawnshop clip where chum lee gets silver coins with him on them, need some of those but with yukari on them in a silver Morgan dollar style, think you could do that?

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That's what communist told themselves for 5000 years. Fiat always failed, always. Rewatch the first 2-3 episode of Mike maloney hidden secret of money. Our investment aren't based on hope but history and math. Paper at the end of the day is still paper.

>> No.26034111

Mine just usually gets but into my (locked) mailbox.

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Pretty obvious cause of this shakeout lads.

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>greatest wealth transfer from west to east
>russia and china
>gold for goods and services

>> No.26034581

and silver for women and booze

>> No.26034669

Thanks bros

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Anymore inside stories?

>> No.26034731

It probably won't be uktra micro for very long. You'll probably take off pretty quickly. You should make an kinds of meme coins. This could turn into a huge business.

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It's a cold comfort, but know that Globalists (China + EU) have a vetted interest in the failure of the USD.

It speaks to the failures of our leaders where Technocrat Authoritarians have a better grasp on Austrian Economics then they do.

>> No.26034853

New bread


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