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a e s t h e t i c e d i t i o n

>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.28719245

mmmm shiny

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>> No.28719474

BTCfag again- Thanks again for words of wisdom.... So is something like the Sunshine Mint 1/2 oz rounds going to be an okay substitute for a merc dime? Seems like they have a low premium. Or should I stick with more well known government coins?

>> No.28719480

>that feel when can't buy uranium coins

>> No.28719487
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Daily Reminder that there are more than 2 metals
Inb4 COMEX shill. You can buy as much silver as you want

Chart depicts crustal abundance on LOGARITHMIC scale
Rarity + a decent number of applications = GUARANTEED GAINS no matter current price

>Yellow/PGEs are top-tier
>Blue/REMs are expensive because of low recyclability. However, new tech could ameliorate this like how Aluminum became dirt cheap to extract
>Red industrial metals are okay for owning stonks

- Iridium - 2nd rarest, relatively low price, 2x last 2 years, still discovering uses
- Rhodium - automobiles, 10x last 2 years; however may be lower in future as cars become electric
- Osmium - rarest, 1/3 the cost of Iridium, still discovering uses
- Rhenium - automobiles, aerospace, reasonably low price
- Ruthenium - electronics, aerospace, & medicine
- Silver - low cost, incoming COMEX default pump, many applications, widespread use
- Gold - ultimate store of wealth, eternal, stable value
- REMs - rare because of low recyclability, good but few applications
- Platinum - GOING UP!
- Palladium - volatile price yet minimal gains
- Indium - equal rarity to silver, electronics
- Mercury - hard to get acquire/hold, fewer applications due to toxicity
- Bismuth - various applications, pretty

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PRICES / OZT (as of 21/2/8)
spot price, else retailer w/ buyback. lowest price listed. descending rarity within groups.
>PGEs (Platinum-Group Elements)
- Iridium . . . . . . .$ . .4250 . (metals daily)
- Osmium . . . . . $ . .1600 . (osmium-preis.com)
- Rhodium . . . . .$ .19000 . (kitco)
- Rhenium . . . . .$ . . . .31 . (kitco)
- Palladium . . . . $ . .2245 . (kitco)
- Platinum . . . . . $ . .1130 . (kitco)
- Ruthenium . . . $ . . .310 . (kitco)
- Gold . . . . . . . . $ . .1810 . (kitco)
- Silver . . . . . . . .$ . . . 27 . (kitco)
- Mercury . . . . . .$ . . . 10 . (chemicalbook.com)
- Indium . . . . . . .$ . . . . 8 . (kitco)
- Bismuth . . . . . .$ . . . . 1 . (rotometals) (BUYBACK UNKNOWN)
- Arsenic . . . . . . $ . . 120 . (chemicalbook.com)
- Germanium . . .$ . . . 48 . (kitco)
- Gallium . . . . . . $ . . . 12 . (kitco)
>REMs (Rare Earth Metals)
- Tm - Lu - Tb - Ho - Eu - Yb - Er - Dy - Gd - Sm - Pr - Nd - La - Y - Sc - Ce
- Hafnium . . . . . .$ . . . 33 . (kitco)
- Tantalum . . . . . $ . . 225 . (chemicalbook.com)
- Caesium . . . . . $ . . 480 . (chemicalbook.com)
- Niobium . . . . . .$ . . . 39 . (RWMM)
- Zirconium . . . . .$ . . . 33 . (RWMM)
>Rare Industrials (stonks > physical)
- Tungsten - Molybdenum - Uranium - Thorium - Cobalt - Vanadium
- $23 - $20 (RWMM) - U - Th - Co - $60 (RWMM)
>Reddit Industrials (stonks > physical)
- Tin - Lead - Nickel - Copper - Chromium - Zinc - Manganese - Titanium - Magnesium - Iron - Aluminum

The groupings are not meant to be 100% scientifically accurate.
If you find a better price for those listed and would like to add to it, post a link to the spot price and/or retailer that buys back and it will be added to the list.

Places to purchase:
Ag/Au/Pt/Pa - >>28719095
REMs/Os/Re/Ru - https://www.rwmmint.com/collections/all
U - https://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2_4

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>> No.28719582
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post your gold stacks

>> No.28719637

popping in for lunch, how we doing today guys? anything happening?

>> No.28719638

>https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
has this always been cheaper than bullion by post? or just recently since priumums have gone up, i bought a lot of gold from bullion by post in 2018 and am worrying i could have got it cheaper

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They're ACTUALLY running out of Silver!!!

>> No.28719739

They are useless because no ammount of gold can cure old age

>> No.28719857

ever find anything out about good gold-telluride miners?
if not ill just go with Boliden

>> No.28719928

I'll say it again. We need a mining friendly congressmen to force an audit of the SLV. Phrase it as manipulation that ultimately undermines profits and wages of their miner constituents.
I know there are silver mines in Idaho, Nevada, and Alaska. Anyone from those places know of possible representatives to contact?

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>mining friendly congressman
good luck with that in the current times

>> No.28720229

Should I pick up some reichmarks on Amazon?

>> No.28720294

>Contacting politicians to gauge their interest in miners
They might get the wrong idea, anon

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How much are you looking to dump ? 999 bullion grade silver is the standard, merc dimes and other silver coins are referred to as junk silver. Get whatever you want.
Bullion by post has usually been shilled as cheaper on /pmg/.

>> No.28720350

i am at work but unfortunately not, there arent any major companies I could locate working on that kind of ore body. Aurcana Corp is working in a telluride belt but i wouldnt recommend being in with them at the moment.

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>> No.28720438

First for buy German Silver

>> No.28720588

Presidents trying to audit the fed got deaded.. the journo behind Panama papers also killed. If you think a senator can get anything done, I've got a bridge to sell.
Man the Capitol mob should have stormed the fed instead, the reactions would have been so much more fun.

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>> No.28720624

alright thanks
i trust you but why stay away from Aurcana?

>> No.28720642

Never buy anything mass produced from Amazon. You might buy from reputable seller A, but if 100 other sellers are selling the same thing, all of that inventory is pooled together. So scammers/knock offs can get away with it while the good sellers get blamed for it. This happens with everything, even brand named tooth paste because the Chinese aren't human.

>> No.28720720

dilution, dilution, dilution

>> No.28720732

"The demand for silver may temporarily exceed available supply that is acceptable for delivery to the trust, which may adversely affect an investment in the shares.

"To the extent that demand for silver exceeds the available supply at that time, Authorized Participants may not be able to readily acquire sufficient amounts of silver necessary for the creation of a Basket.

"Baskets may be created only by Authorized Participants and are only issued in exchange for an amount of silver determined by the trustee that meets the specifications described below under 'Description of the Shares and the Trust Agreement -- Deposit of Silver; Issuance of Baskets' on each day that New York Stock Exchange Arca is open for regular trading.

"Market speculation in silver could result in increased requests for the issuance of baskets. It is possible that Authorized Participants may be unable to acquire sufficient silver that is acceptable for delivery to the Trust for the issuance of new Baskets due to a limited then-available supply coupled with a surge in demand for the shares.

"In such circumstances, the trust may suspend or restrict the issuance of baskets. Such occurrence may lead to further volatility in share price and deviations, which may be significant, in the market price of the shares relative to the net asset value.

>> No.28720751

>he doesn't eat gold to stay young like the Annunaki

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Junior minor share dilutions in the past years put together by another anon

>> No.28720796

Buy from a mint, it’s worth the $10 premium to get guaranteed and universally recognized product.

>> No.28720803

"Risks Related to the Shares.

"A sudden increase in demand for shares that temporarily exceeds supply may result in price volatility of the shares.

"A significant change in the sentiment of investors towards silver may occur. Investors may purchase shares to speculate on the price of silver or to hedge existing silver exposure. Speculation on the price of silver may involve long and short exposures. To the extent that the aggregate short exposure exceeds the number of shares available for purchase, investors with short exposure may have to pay a premium to repurchase shares for delivery to share lenders.

"In turn, those repurchases may dramatically increase the price of the shares until additional shares are issued through the creation process. This could lead to volatile price movements in shares that are not directly correlated to the price of silver.

"The trading price of the shares has recently been, and could potentially continue to be, volatile.

"The trading price of the shares has been highly volatile and could continue to be subject to wide fluctuations in response to various factors. The silver market in general has experienced extreme price and volume fluctuations that have often been unrelated or disproportionate to factors such as silver's uses in jewelry, technology, and industrial applications, or cost and production levels in major silver-producing countries such as China, Mexico, and Peru.

"In particular, supply chain disruptions resulting from the Covid 19 outbreak and investor speculation have significantly contributed to recent price and volume fluctuations."

>> No.28720828

they recently did another set of financing that was unannounced and supposedly unneeded which diluted shares. Either they management was lieing about the financial state of the project or they padded their pay checks with it.

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>It is possible that Authorized Participants may be unable to acquire sufficient silver

>> No.28720859


The goldbug dme nigger poster is interviewing deso rn

>> No.28720914

checked but at this point we have so much momentum it is unironically different. Just look at how many absolute normies got redpilled by the manipulation surrounding the GME fiasco. The powers that be are wounded and on the defense. NOW more than ever is the time to keep pushing and allow them to make more mistakes. The harder they strike back the more ridiculous and guilty they look. Seriously why would you just give up now? We are at the end game. Force our representatives to do something now. If they do not, their inaction will speak volumes about where their true allegiance lies.

>> No.28720940

Share dilutions aren't bad if you already hold shares?

>> No.28720981

What is dilution? Brainlet here...

>> No.28720988

They aren't as bad if you hold warrants. They are bad if you're a shareholder since they brrrr shares

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Sup /pmg/ how you guys doing so far?

>> No.28721099

Sup PAN MAN! how you doing today?

>> No.28721104

Who's desogames ?

>> No.28721121

A stern reminder for people to learn to look at financial statements and share structure. They can make or break an investment, and is the main reason why I dislike Nicola Mining

>> No.28721130

Been lurking for a while and finally decided to pull the trigger. I have 2k ready to drop on physical metal. What would you decide on?

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who was the noguns retard telling people to go back to /k/ a few threads ago?

beta bitch.

>> No.28721177

Doin good. Got 158oz or so, still waiting on a preorder and a 10oz bar in the mail. Decided to spend my $1400 free monopoly money on PMs, just trying to decide what to get. I wanna lean heavily on Silver given the squeeze going on, but I'm only at .4oz of gold, so I wanna balance a bit more.

>> No.28721202

>Been lurking for a while and finally decided to pull the trigger. I have 2k ready to drop on physical metal. What would you decide on?
following with about the same amount

>> No.28721233

Just a silver sperg

>> No.28721263

hi frens, a while back you gave me some documentary suggestions. I just finished the series of ¨The Story of Man's 6000 Year Obsession¨ really enjoyed it thanks for the suggestion!

>> No.28721299

Bretty gud, I found one of these earlier in a parking lot and

>> No.28721358

Try to get 100 oz of silver and focause on gold cause 5-6 oz of gold makes you a panner while 1-4 makes you a pirate like me

>> No.28721361

Stick with Bayhorse Silver, real production activeky going on, only one twentieth the market cap for 1/4th the production-capability of Aurcana and a CEO who deeply cares and funds the company with his own money

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Good job attaching

>> No.28721393

This is a fantastic documentary as well.

>> No.28721431

Probably some faggot even newer than me that doesn't realize physical assets require physical protection.

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Doing good! Always nice seeing you here. Only got 10oz. Wish I started this earlier.

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Here's a chart that explains better.

>> No.28721473

Right now premiums are high as fuck. I'd recommend buying a tube or two of the cheapest coins you can find, which right now seem to be the Austrian Philharmonics. For gold, look at getting Austrian Coronas/Various European Francs, as they have the smallest premiums among gold.

>> No.28721481

Bayhorse isn't turning a profit yet, they're still a developer until they can establish a cash flow. Otherwise yeah throw some money at BHS if you think they can maintain steady production anons.

>> No.28721488

I buy gold bullion, silver, and platinum

Now what?

How do i make money off of these precious metals?

Is it like trading stocks/bitcoin or is it something different?

How can i make my metals go up in value so i can make money off of them?

Brainlet and Newfag here

>> No.28721523

dude that's fucking awesome 12 year old me would be pissed loosing that in a parkinglot.

>> No.28721524

They have blood transfusions from little children to live 100 years minimum, that kind of luxury requires a fortune.

>> No.28721573

You hold
It's that simple
It's not a get-rich-quick scheme
You're betting against the US dollar and/or that metals will rise in value eventually
No stress
Just sit back and let your shiny rocks sit

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choose one

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I just bought a bunch of sliver coins because they are selling for $40+ at my local auctions, so I will be reselling them for the arbitrage

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the 160 quarters I ordered from SD over two weeks ago haven't made any progress

>> No.28721612

Better late then never stacklet. atleast you hazgunz so you can work with pirats and panners. so you won't have to suck dick.

>> No.28721637

You hold. And wait. Forever. And when a currency collapse happens and a new system is erected you have a head start, might even be able to buy a house for an ounce of gold.
>How do i make money off of these precious metals?
If it's precious metals related profits you're after, invest in mining companies.

>> No.28721663

You put them away and forget you even have them until you see the news say gold is 10k oz and silver is 800.

>> No.28721681

not bad finishing up my lunch than waiting for my next task. Probably going back underground in a bit. just popping in.

>> No.28721762

>How do i make money off of these precious metals?
Precious metals are money. If you're looking to make more fiat, then just sit on them. Unlike many other markets like stock or crypto, this has an objective, undeniable supply. By buying, you've cornered a small portion of that supply that can never be taken away. This is a diminishing supply as more solar panels, cell phones, cars, batteries, and medical supplies are created and disposed. Just fucking sit on it. Don't do anything with it. If you absolutely NEED dollars to get by, try to sell it I suppose.

>> No.28721770

Hour long documentary on lightbulbs, let's fucking go.

>> No.28721785

Are warrants purchasable by institutional whales or normans can has them too ?

>> No.28721796

My orders from the 26th shipped. I think they're still working on orders from the 28th- feb 1st when things got reaaaally crazy

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Fuuuuug I couldn't wait until after the federal holidays for the markets to open and the local shop to open so I could pick up some silver. I had to do it metal bros. I need that sweet sweet shiny silver.

>> No.28721829

sweet! hope you finde a nugget the size of a football. i've been looking at the area black bart used to rob people to see if there are any smaller valleys between napa and middletown he may have dumped shit in.

>> No.28721844

ocean has given them a check for 30 days of production so they are producing and are generating cash, the only question left is will they fulfil their obligations within the next 6 weeks, if they do then bhs is officially a bigger producer than impact and will moon like hell

>> No.28721862

Company issues new shares to sell on the market, therefore killing the value of your investment. How the fuck is that even legal.

>> No.28721863

i keep seeing news about the silver squeeze but nothing ever actually happens

>> No.28721888

For UKanons they have silver brits for a not-too-extortionate for price, on bbp you can only get second hand early naughties silver brits, and it's £80 for the pleasure!

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Should I post my ammo stack when I get it all laid out? I am going through boxes and shelves of loose shit trying to get another inventory and repackage stuff for easier use.

>> No.28721927

>cited by Bullion Star tonight on Twitter
So is there a source better than that guy's asshole?

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Haven't cracked into any these cans in years.

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Madman. You probably coulda gotten cheaper just stacking Weiners from JM Bullion at $32/oz but what's done is done.

>> No.28721988

post some silver with it too so the faggs don't complain.

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>> No.28722041

>Right now premiums are high as fuck. I'd recommend buying a tube or two of the cheapest coins you can find, which right now seem to be the Austrian Philharmonics. For gold, look at getting Austrian Coronas/Various European Francs, as they have the smallest premiums among gold.
are these the ones that say weiner on them?

>> No.28722067

it'll unironically blow your mind
Warrants can be purchasable by retail but I believe only in aftermarket at least for the most part (not sure here). Typically institutions and big dick investors like Sprott get warrants in addition to shares when they participate in private placements. And to my knowledge only accredited investors -- institutions and big dick investors -- can participate in PPs.
Yeah they're getting there but it's show time now. My shares are ready. GLTA
the SLV prospectus

>> No.28722146

ok so i have gold, silver, and platinum sitting in my house

i hold it for 10 years

now what ?

>> No.28722155

For a silver squeeze to work people have to take delivery, most can’t afford the 10k minimum (and that’s the lowest). Buying a few ounces from a dealer or pawn shop isn’t going to do it, not to mention too many people are buying paper silver.

>> No.28722161

>are these the ones that say weiner on them?
Yep, JM Bullion's got 2021s on 'sale' for about $32.50/oz. Probably the cheapest silver you're gonna find, save for maybe 35% War Nickels.

>> No.28722267

oh ok i get it

it's like having my own shekels which will make me a richfag if the economy collapses right ?

>> No.28722317

basically yeah. Think of physical as insurance.

>> No.28722318

this - my order from the 27th shipped as well hopefully it'll be this week for you anon

>> No.28722386

>Buying a few ounces from a dealer or pawn shop isn’t going to do it,
Private mints buy in bulk, then divide it to mint smaller bars. Mints sell those bars to dealers, who sell them to people. At the end of the day, silver is silver. By draining the supply in one area, it'll drain it from another area. There's no 'separate' silver in the world. There's silver, then things that aren't silver.


Dealers/mints/high-load investors are seeing VASTLY increased premiums on 1000oz bars. Usually they'd see small premiums, if any, and the premiums are now increasing.

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Old news (February 8th, 2021) but anons in another thread noticed SLV Amended their Prospectus to include a warning for potential "dramatic" price fluctuation.


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called a bunch of coin shops around my local city, they are all sold out, selling junk or saying deliveries could be held up for a few weeks.

And the silver I ordered from my bank is 3 weeks behind, getting really testy.

>> No.28722421

I could have bought crypto and tripled money, instead I bought rocks.

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>being so poor you can't do both

>> No.28722513

SLV outright admits to a potential short squeeze ^

>> No.28722579

Why are you investing in PMs in the first place ? Most of use do it for 2 reasons,
1. Store of value, the purchasing power of gold has remained consistent for millenia. Check the last thread for the math.
2. Hedge against hyperinflation. In case there is a point you need a barrel of fiat to buy bread, silver gets you the entire bakery. See Venezuela. An oz of silver buys you 1200 rolls of tp or 4 Volkswagen golfs.

Additionaly, silver prices are suppressed by the bullion banks for shits and giggles so get them now before retail price completely decouples from paper price.

>> No.28722744

>How the fuck is that even legal.
I didn't know that was a thing. Seems like that would make your stock a leper desu. Also I guess it's legal in the sense that if it wasn't legal then inflation couldn't be legal either.

>> No.28722794

>physical assets require physical protection.
my man

>> No.28722796

I never said there was “separate” silver, the mint has its supply it maintains, sprott has its supply it maintains, yes they all sell to dealers but dealers routinely run out and are waiting so it’s better to just get it from the mints or trusts. But I wasn’t even talking about that, so my point was this retail revolution isn’t going to cause a squeeze.

>> No.28722912

how much OZ of Silver should i buy and how much OZ of Gold should i buy?

How much am i going to spend so that i can live like a king when SHTF ?



>> No.28722916

PSLV is still restricted from RH.

Happened on Jan 27th when the WSB post went up.

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Here's y'ur fuckin' weiners.
Oh god
Oh God
Im gonna
Im gonnnaaa

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Jesus fucking Christ he can't be stopped.

>> No.28723052

That's absolutely insane. No one should be using Robinhood.

>> No.28723099

A half ounce round of fine 99.9% silver is worth like 7 times as much as a 90% silver mercury dime. Mercury dimes are popular because of memes and because they usually carry little premium over the melt value of the silver. If you just want to invest or store wealth in precious metals just buy whatever you think looks cool

>> No.28723132

>i hold it for 10 years
>now what ?

depends on what you're doing in your life. do you need to raise cash to buy a house? sell the PMs and buy a house. you have to ask yourself at the time if there are any better assets available on the market

you're supposed to put 10% of your overall wealth into PMs and then hope that you never need it but its there just in case. its just that this is /pmg/ so of course its all autists who go all-in on silver. its supposed to be a hedge against a failing dollar and inflation and in case SHTF you have some gold/silver to barter with if need be

>> No.28723142

>or 4 volkswagen golfs
i'm sorry what? an ounce is that fucking strong down there?

>> No.28723172

Is it possible to go in to a bank and get a roll of silver leafs? Or do only coin shops sell them?

>> No.28723199

PSLV being removed from RH is all you need to know that buying it is good (but physical in your possession is obviously best)

>> No.28723332

And somehow a VW Golf is worth 300 rolls of TP? wat

>> No.28723383

As far as I know TD is the only bank that sells precious metals. They're really expensive though, with maple leafs running $46.27 per oz right now.


>> No.28723403

you don't need a SHTF scenario to profit off of owning physical gold/silver. this is a meme designed to make you think holding precious metals is dumb because if SHTF then we're all screwed anyway

>> No.28723528
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Anyone else having delayed orderes from jmbullion? Finally ordered enough to have 100oz and they aren't shipping since jan 30 rreeeeeeeeeeeee

>> No.28723534


However, consider the following:
Physical is ideally saved for after order is restored because during a currency collapse people will eventually stop accepting fiat. Stack some basic wares too.

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>you're supposed to put 10% of your overall wealth into PMs
Ya maybe decades ago when things were stable that would be good advice, but now? You would be crazy to only have that amount in PMs. I'm not ok with loosing 90% of my wealth, are you?

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Remember when they closed down their precious metal store during the rush on silver, and then tried to blame it on covid?

>> No.28723567

Heh heh

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>paying more than $20/oz
*crack* *SIIIIPPPPP* ahhhhh...yuuuupppp....2015, those were the days.

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>> No.28723659

Thnx, Anon.
My dad told me he bought a 1/4 oz. gold leaf at TD in the 70s, but didn't know about nowadays. So, you don't really get a deal compared to a retailer, eh? Do they give you the fancy plastic roll cases on the house at least?

>> No.28723792

well shit finally. i'll be back. imma go get cleaned up and eat.

>> No.28723800

Gold/Silver Coiners will inherit the Earth.
The Paper Fags should fear the Metal Chads.

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more like SLV dis-trust lmao

>> No.28723910

As the prices go up premiums are acting weird. Generally buy as close to spot as possible- but the government rounds are trading about 8+ over spot- your biggest concern is how you liquidate when the price goes up. Make sure you've got bullion dealers who will pay a premium and not some jackass who tells you he'll give you 60% of scrap because the market may go down tomorrow. Some bullion dealers will pay over spot and those are the guys you need to find. The names in the OP are a good place to start, otherwise call around to large coin/bullion dealers in the area.

>> No.28723982

I'll never stop stacking. Not now. Not 6 years ago. Not ever. I will either be able to buy my own backwater nation and install myself as King, or I will have a house built entirely out of Silver and Gold stacks. I am fine with either outcome.

>> No.28723999

Sauce below beginning on page 10

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>> No.28724056

butthorse diluting shares is no surprise

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No idea. Just go to a LCS and they'll be cheaper. They're exactly $3/oz cheaper at PMX and PMX isn't a high end showcase that's not exactly cheap either.


lmao, $22,000 for a monster box at TD.

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>> No.28724142

thanks for the reassurances. this talk of a silver squeeze is starting to make me paranoid and nervous.

>> No.28724171


meh. i can make money if the market goes up or down. and I control all of my investments so its rather easy for me to cash out of all my stocks and go short the market and still make money

go learn what a "put option" is and you will not fear a stock market crash any more. if you're worried about societal collapse, you still wouldnt want 100% in gold/silver. you would need some allocated for guns, ammo, water/food, security/protection and shit

go read that eastern european guy's essay on what it was like living in a SHTF scenario. guns and ammo were the most valuable items, even over gold. somebody post that link to the article if they have it

>> No.28724178

There's a dealer in Chicago that will sell those things in bulk for 12$ for the 5s and like 5-6 for the 2s

>> No.28724213

I'd get express shipping if I were you?

>> No.28724239

that article is a hoax

>> No.28724257


It's on the SEC's portal. It's not going anywhere, but good thinking regardless.

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>> No.28724289

Sauce? I might have to make a road trip if that’s the case

>> No.28724315

This is 4chan and silver is a small pile of resources that can easily get eaten up. Combine these two factors and you get a guaranteed bomb.

>> No.28724317

I only own gold, I should have been stacking silver. Anything else I should be looking at? Is plat a meme?

>> No.28724328

no worse than silver one and they're now producing, don't cry about it

>> No.28724329

Yeah forget TD. Even the 'customer discount' is an insult.

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>Halfway to Royal Chad

>> No.28724352

SEC version doesn't include the changes made on the 12th
>cntrl + f "change in sentiment"

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>impending SLV failure coincides with Trump exoneration
There's no such thing as coincidences. Setting up narratives of a Reddit "silver squeeze" to cover the punishment the dollar is about to receive.

>> No.28724393

>that article is a hoax

which part of it seemed like bullshit to you?

>> No.28724398

Why? Where I live I don't have to worry about niggers stealing it off the porch. Pretty much all white, no neighbors for over a mile.

>> No.28724401

If by "covid 19" they meant "The Great Reset", they were right.

>> No.28724432

Need a pirate to guard your treasure anon?

>> No.28724471

With it being considered as legal tender some banks may have them, call your local branch and ask. Who knows, they could source it for you from their coomex bosses.

>> No.28724502

down he goes
this is gonna make u reddit bastards weep
OMG it rise
then LOL it dumps
why you cry like a lilboi??
ar u lost again with your shit bot for trading?
> be clever use bot ocean for cex and dex trading, forget about scam solutions

>> No.28724598

the author himself admitted it later lol. /out/ probably has that pic.

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>> No.28724631

"the air dropped supplies from NATO that he mentioned did not reach any city that matches the description of where he says these events took place. The air supply missions are all cataloged and detailed, so someone combed through them and decided that none of the listed missions could have delivered him supplies, therefore the whole thing is fake."

>> No.28724700

Holy shit which one of you fuckers bid all the 100 pesetas up to $10.50

>> No.28724731

i hope your be ironic

>> No.28724745

>just time the market bro
Its also funny you trust a made up essay instead of learning about actual events like Venezuela.

>> No.28724884

I think Trump actually did set this bomb up, but they can’t officially prove it and their reputation is so trash that no one takes them seriously. They became the conspiracy theorist.

>> No.28724939

upvote this lads if you have a plebit account, its on the front page of wsb (9 million followers)

>> No.28725068

Just so they can get it moving asap

>> No.28725094
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>bought 10oz from First Majestic 2 weeks ago
>still not even a shipped notification
Did these Jews steal my money?
I'm only 1 province over.

>> No.28725097

no you can't time exact tops and bottoms, but if you know what warning indicators to look for, you can cash out in time. and regardless of whether the essay is real or fake, if you believe a SHTF scenario could happen, it would probably play out similar to the essay anyway

personally i dont believe in SHTF which is why i'm not 100% in gold/silver. i like stocks / cryptos / other assets too. but in case it does happen, i have gold/silver and guns ready to go anyway. you've got to try to cover this from every angle; going all-in on PMs is only 1 angle

>> No.28725195

>legal tender
That was my thinking, too. I wonder how much they pinch you with a fee, though.

>> No.28725251

Meh I'm in the long run anon. Them taking a month to ship it out is of no consequence. I do enjoy opening it up and playing with them though before tossing them in the safe. Feels bad, have to wait a bit for that moment.

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Your dedication to shilling schizo bots is admirable. Have a (you)

>> No.28725333

Senator Rand Paul?

>> No.28725348

a few gold ounces bought a mansion in weimar germany, so the essay has no bearing on reality

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Oh fuck! 4chan has officially memed physical silver to the mainstream. I gotta tell Pol now.

>> No.28725414

Don't think they'll charge you any differently than coin shops. Do give it a go and let us now.

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No thanks

>> No.28725469

Jesus. This roast hits so damn hard.

>> No.28725517

this too https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/ljsu1c/there_is_officially_a_silver_shortage_and_silver/

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>> No.28725652

>a few gold ounces bought a mansion in weimar germany,

there is another story about weimar germany. one man took out loans in reichsmarchs. he used the loans to buy businesses like steel mills and miners. then weimar collapsed and the reichsmark was worthless. the man repaid the loans for worthless reichsmarks with the profits from his businesses and became the richest man in germany

gold is great but its not the only asset. and like you said, a few ounces of gold could buy a mansion... so you dont really need THAT much of it unless you want to buy like 20 mansions

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How long until these retards decide they're getting psy-oped to distract them from weed stocks?

>> No.28725738

>personally i dont believe in SHTF which is why i'm not 100% in gold/silver.
Anon you don't need SHTF for gold and silver to moon. Think the hunt brothers were in the middle of SHTF when gold and silver were mooning?

>> No.28725788

Well, taking a loan to buy something is basically shorting the currency.
People do it without thinking about it lmao.

>> No.28725798

Any reason I shouldn't buy from goldenstatemint.com?

>> No.28725868

Oh God what are tomorrow's predictions for opening price?
I should have bought PSLV too

>> No.28725873

governments might restructure debts in gold so hugo stinnes tactics may backfire this time, not worth the risk. but yes, there are other assets, that's why i'm also loaded up with miners like bhs and impact.

>> No.28725897

I watched it and it was pretty underwhelming. I already knew that corporations were pushing the extremes of planned obsolescence to milk their goyim cattle. The one thing I didn't know about was the literal lightbulb cartel that fined companies who wouldn't lower the quality of their products.

>> No.28725910

>Oh God what are tomorrow's predictions for opening price?

stock market is closed in the US tomorrow bcuz of holiday

>> No.28725922

where is this from please ?

>> No.28725943
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If you thought the US was going to go the way of Venezuela you wouldn't be shitposting on /biz/, you'd be joining your local Democrat party apparatus and waving a poopdick flag. Nobody knows how things are going to fall apart, exactly, the scenarios range from something like the USSR imploding on the "calm" side to someone triggering the Samson Option and a global nuclear war on the "not calm" side.

>it'll be exactly like Weimar Germany
No it won't. It won't be the USSR or Venezuela or the Balkans or Germany or the Spanish civil war or the first American civil war. Circumstances, technology, demographics, are all different.

Maybe an ounce of silver will buy an acre of land or maybe Comrade Tyrone will put a bullet in your head if he catches you with an ounce of silver. Maybe the dollar gets a couple zeros lopped off and nothing else happens. Maybe Texas secedes and a couple of friendly Trident submarine crews make sure that the secession is respected.

Maybe someone pulls the reichsmark trick here >>28725652 or maybe such tricks become the exclusive domain of oligarchs or maybe such tricks get you strung from a phone pole by your foot while a mob beats you like you're full of candy.

At best, historical accounts give us signs to look for and scenarios that might happen. History doesn't repeat but it rhymes, and anyone making firm plans based on the accounts of prior social collapses is going to be in a world of hurt when their plans don't survive the first punch they take. Don't put all your eggs in one basket and then wake up as pic related with no physical, no funs, no food, or no "something" that you should have hedged.

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What if people flee from SLV and buy PSLV - would silver go up or down?

>> No.28726036

Chepies or pomp at market open
Am a brainlet sitting on shiny rocks

>> No.28726062

Shame you weren't impressed by it but I'm happy you know about the cancer that is planned obsolenscence, that's the bottom line

>> No.28726084

Nope, they're reputable just a bit pricy because they make you pay state taxes.

>> No.28726091

Where exactly is the irony? Trump imposed tariffs on global powers to enrichen the United States and bring back manufacturing. The Global Powers, already resentful over their abuse of being the reserve currency and imposing pressure on what economic activity the States allowed sanctioned, ensured a Biden and Dem victory. But the threat of "Trumpism" remains, and the tables can just as easily switch again in 2024. The failure to impeach Trump means the threat of America's bullying remains, and so America must be weakened sufficiently that said outcomes threat will be minimalized.

This isn't a red team VS blue team synopsis. This is corrupt oilarchy VS corrupt globalist.

>> No.28726362

>How long until these retards decide they're getting psy-oped to distract them from weed stocks?
The fact that the short sellers went above and beyond on Silver and they basically admitted there is nothing they can do is going to get a whole bunch of the smart investors to jump on the train.

>> No.28726436
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I just figured out that I can buy Canadian Junk for $39.088 per ounce of silver even with the 12% tax I am charged on it. 9999 maples cost $42.34 per ounce and are tax-free. I was primarily buying 9999 because of saving the sales tax but I'll buy more junk now for sure because as the chart says, it's god tier.

(Spot is 34.72 today)

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hey PAN MAN, know anything about Joaquin Murrieta?

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Hello anons !
How my pmg's frens are today ?

>> No.28726961

Sup Mamoth bro! i was looking up bandits from around california and was thinking about looking for some of their caches.

>> No.28727007

I'm thinking about buying options on SILJ
Am I a retard? If so, tell me why?.
My idea is that as a silver junior ETF, it's a nice way to get junior miners in one product.
And options are...well extra fucking leverage.
Sounds better than picking a random few miners and getting shit options with ultra high IV
I already have GPL and SA shares.

>> No.28727031

Didgeridone. Will report back next week.

>> No.28727060

>Trump imposed tariffs on global powers to enrichen the United States and bring back manufacturing.
trade deficit hit an all time high under trump, especially with china. any manufactoring that remained in the us was also crippled by the covid lockdowns that trump allowed to happen

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Here to shill you schillings. Buy physical.

>> No.28727112

Guppy btfo.

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>> No.28727193

Picking individual miners is high risk but also high reward
Alternatively you can pick the 3 most represented miners

>> No.28727265

Buy GPL calls.
T. Original UUUU shill.

>> No.28727280

I never said it worked or he was a effective leader. Simply why other foreign nations were pissed.

>> No.28727337

Bro buy Leaps on AUY. Theyre cheap as fuck.

*Not financial advice.

>> No.28727352

Useful information.

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Who knows what treasures are waiting to be discovered ?

>> No.28727471

SIlver Loonies are great. I was thinking about getting some. What's nice is that they are easy to calculate silver content. Each silver Loonie is 0.6 ozt silver.

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Last call for orders before the markets open and the moon mission begins.

>> No.28727611

i've been looking at Joaquin Murrieta, aperently he burried a lockbox full of 250 lbs of gold nuggets that he lifted off of wells fargo somewhere outside susansville and had two other big caches he hid in that area that no one ever found, mainly cause all the people involved in taking it all died shortly after the got it. so it's still out there.

>> No.28727731

they're bloody expensive ain't they ? that's what stops me from buying. I'll probably get more GPL shares though.

do they produce silver ?

yeah but my idea was that the ETF strongly reduced IV on options... it's like 58% compared to like 250% on GPL but if silver moons, the ETF will moon with leverage nonetheless

>> No.28727794

God bless you mammoth bro

>> No.28727914

I became pirate tier today lads.

>> No.28727971

I became gay tier today

>> No.28727976

hell yeah anon, no dick sucking for you! now start your crew!

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>> No.28728058

when yall do watch the price, do you check kitco or what other places show minute or 5 min candles

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Thanks fren

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>he didnt order before market open

>> No.28728378

Jamie is going to punish us Monday at 10:00

>> No.28728438

US markets are closed tomorrow

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Jamie has the day off tomorrow so he's going to fuck with us early

>> No.28728541

qrd on which shillings to acquire?

>> No.28728593
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just raised my 60 Oz Rounds with another 6 ozs of Britanaca's; may the pressure continue.

>> No.28728626

Anyone have experience with Rand Refinery?

>> No.28728735

Asian markets just opened.

>> No.28728841

watch China say fuck it and frontload a bunch of silver or somthing

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Can't make this shit up

>> No.28728903
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Anybody check out zerohedge? Everything above the fold is silver. Buckle up!

>> No.28729028

The ones with 90% silver

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I knew those shills last night were a good sign

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We breaking $30 tonight bois?

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The treasure beckons anon....

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Yes and then a kike smackdown for cheapies

>> No.28729418

I know, idk about some of the stories around california, but every once in a while you get shit like this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn03rNpzsbM

>> No.28729442

this one
I'm in.

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>> No.28729721

Jews should’ve never opened this box. Now White people will be justified in doing Jewish behavior.

>> No.28729753

Cool, I've got 15 of those

>> No.28729763

yes in fact that name is in my old west archive but like many other period outlaws I do not know how accurate all the stories associated with him are. What do you know about him?

>> No.28729777

Joaquin Murrieta stole 250 lbs of gold from wells fargo back in 1853 and got shot not long after it. i wouldn't doubt if the lockbox is in a dry river bed, cause i'm sure it must have changed course in the last 150 years.

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Bought some silver krugs and a gold krug preorder from MM
Here's to hoping I don't get bogged or that the preorders actually make it in and to me before the happening

>> No.28729893
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*calls LCS dealer (female)*
"Get me 1000 Silver Maple Leafs at market price"
"Sir, this is a Domino's Piz-"
*hang up*

>> No.28729971

i know he stole 250 lbd of gold nuggets from wells fargo and buried it along the feather river. he also suposedly has two more cashes he has hidden in some cave by either susanville or hatchet mountian pass

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>> No.28729990

There's 30lbs or so buried under a lone pine tree NE of Princeton BC. Buried on the run, by hand, about 12 inches down.

>> No.28730016

woops, met to (you) you in this>>28729971

>> No.28730066

I can definitely from my experience watching reactions from friends and acquaintances that the whole series of events, especially when it came to the clearinghouses and robinhood, activated the almonds of a lot of normies that would have previously not paid attention at all.

>> No.28730133

danm, that's alotta fucking money. it might be between12 and 18 inches now cause of how much time passed.

>> No.28730159

You know about the find from around 1997? A Homeless guy was walking along the banks of a river whos name escapes me in Central California. He found totally by accident a dilapidated strong box containing several hundred US $10 and $20 gold pieces as well as course gold nuggets, sticking out of the muddy creekbed. The idiot brought some of the gold to the local PD, and hid the rest. He was arrested because the police didnt believe him but was released after it was determined to be genuine, and under an agreement he would show where the rest of the gold was for a 25% finders fee. The gold than went into litigation for some reason and I lost track of the story since. The strong box was a Wells Fargo one though that I remember. I ll see if I can find anymore info after work on my desktop.

>> No.28730237

When you buy stock, you accept the risk of dilution. If they didn't promise beforehand that they wouldn't dilute, they don't do anything illegal by diluting. One of the primary purposes for a stock market is to provide funding for the companies, and dilution can be a better way for the company and it's stockholders than taking on debt. Ofc it's not a good sign, but it's better than bankruptcy

>> No.28730290

>Hafmium .33
I mean is it...or is it Thirdmium?

>> No.28730292

that treasures probably utterly lost now, the region has been burnt down and developed on in more recent years, I was looking at the area on google earth and there are sub divisions going in nearby. If it is out there it might be impossible to locate.

>> No.28730330

Nice little pop on the open.
They will hammer it back down of course when the comex opens.
But it shows that the interest remains.
And some of that interest will go into physical.

>> No.28730336

It'd be worth a summer's work with dowsing rods, for sure.

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>> No.28730369

don't know too much about that, i just know about the rancher who found 8 tin cans wprth of pre 1870 coins on their ranch. i'll look into it though.

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what do you frens think of platinum?

>> No.28730425

Hey PanMan.
What do you think of dowsing? Ever try it?

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Bros, should I stack copper? Every dealer I've seen online is on backorder or sold out.

>> No.28730493

I think that man was Nate Higgers if I remember correctly.

>> No.28730556

i think you would be better off scouring susansville for Joaquin's lost cave. that i actually belive cause that place is honeycomed with limestone and shit. fuck there's even rumers of a lost tribe in that area. but i'm pretty sure that's bs.

>> No.28730607

Gamestop was a clear bubble, but what would be the excuse for blocking PSLV? Silver went up $5, at most it would give it all back. No one is going bankrupt over such small losses (unless options), so they can't say it's to "protect" their customers.

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>> No.28730694
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I know nothing about it. I just focus on silver and gold

I also got 2021 canadian leaf, looks pretty nice

>> No.28730707

Dowsing is an art I am no good at, but i ve seen it work, I watched an old greek man who lived in the Keremeos district dowse a 9 gram nugget from surface with no indication there would be gold there. We were high on a hill side above a stream gutter and as he walked the rods crossed hard. I would dig a foot than the old boy walked back over the spot to determine the depth. The nugget popped out after about 10 minutes, and it was hard digging, no way he hid that nugget there, it was covered in clay and hadnt moved in 1 million years.
yep i know about that story well, i ll try and find what i can on the homeless man gold find.

>> No.28730712

No it was Nick Gerr

>> No.28730863

>yep i know about that story well, i ll try and find what i can on the homeless man gold find.
I'll look him up in a min. that story i don't know too much about cause it happened litteraly monthes before i was born.

>> No.28730939

i am still at work for a bit in the mess having a snack so if i fuck off sorry. I ll look when i am home.

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Still has stock.

>> No.28731058

no problem. i'm looking at some rock formations outside hillcrest to look for canidates for Joaquin's cave. it's probably along a creek off the 299

>> No.28731116

also what time do you get off work today?

>> No.28731302

>no way he hid that nugget there
Cool. I love stories like that.

>> No.28731355

back at 4:30ish I am pretty much done already but i am needed at a meeting.

>> No.28731413

>How do i make money off of these precious metals?
You already did. You traded in your useless fiat paper money for something of actual material value. That's a profit for anyone with a working braincell.

>> No.28731464

Uhh based

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>> No.28731490

alright see you then, hopefully you get good news.

>> No.28731530


you'll be fine. fm isn't really a dealer in the same way dedicated stores are, so i'm sure they're disproportionally struggling to catch up with the orders they saw.

>> No.28731539

Oh that's right. Thanks for correcting me.

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Is there anything more comfy (besides stacking) than getting a quick, well thought-out reply to your enquiry from a mining company CEO? It feels so amazing knowing you can get answers to any question on your mind from the head honcho himself

>> No.28732196

imma bake the next thread soon. any one got pic suggestions?

>> No.28732290

It was before actually, earlier this year but not during the gme shorty squeeze

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>> No.28732369

alright. i'll use this one

>> No.28732395

That’s incredibly comfy anon. If you don’t mind me asking what company does he represent? Sounds like a business worth investing in.

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buy silver or gold right now goyim?

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Friendly reminder to keep stacking until Tesla is unable to build cars due to a silver shortage

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Have any anons received from JM bullion? Still waiting on my order from 2/1 to ship

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My 02/02 order was delivered on Friday. 10 oz Sunshine rounds.

>> No.28733064

What bomb? A peaceful protest?

>> No.28733099

nice green

>> No.28733163

they are legit just be patient

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Best way to store ammo? I have 9mm Gold Dot that's 4 years old and some of the casing is turning slightly blue already

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It was sick when banks used to have bars and coins made just to flex

>> No.28734440

Ammo cans with a silica packet

>> No.28734606

It's probably going to go back up to 1,500, so if you buy it now it's not a huge gain. There's always a chance it goes to 2,000, and a very small chance that it stays where it is now. Ultimately at its current price it's not worth investing in as it is more expensive than silver and likely won't grow as much now. A week ago it was 150 dollars cheaper and well worth it, now it's kinda iffy but will likely continue increasing very slowly.

>> No.28734953

How come some companies get away with not charging taxes? Never understood this

>> No.28735074

I depends on what state you live in not where you buy it from unless you driver there and buy it in person with cash

>> No.28735147

>the SLV prospectus
mentions nothing about being vulnerable to a squeeze, rather, that SLV is vulnerable to being debased if silver DOESN'T moon... can you guys not read?

>> No.28735454

based stacker

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