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Pimp my gun 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.28960088

I market bought bhs, am I going to make it

>> No.28960096

shill me an undervalued miner stock

>> No.28960107

first for

>> No.28960175
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Fresh meme. Based or cringe?

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>> No.28960187

your digits look like success

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>> No.28960319
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Seems this post was genuine? Ed Steer is saying the same thing today:
"Thousands of traders use the Comex markets, but eight large investment banks control more than half of the paper metals market. These big players are short 412 million ounces of silver, and it’s them versus the world. The thousands of other traders are entirely net-long as they understand this scheme is ending. If these large players were to let silver go, the price would rapidly become a sizeable three-digit number.

He feels these investment banks were caught completely flat-footed by the actions in the market in recent weeks. They have been forced to double down on their shorts to keep the market suppressed. Ed says, “Right now, these guys are fighting for their lives.”

Ed cautions, “Things are now in motion that can’t be undone. It’s going to be like the long-term capital management collapse we’re talking trillions, not billions… Hopefully, there is a world left to survive in once this is all over.”"

>I market bought bhs, am I going to make it
Yes but don't panic if it goes down tomorrow.

>> No.28960338

oh, no, no, no! not the heckin hedgie-rinos!

>> No.28960399
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Pamp eet

>> No.28960406
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You know the one.

>> No.28960472
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lmao, let me go greentext the artical so they don't get ad revenue

>> No.28960477
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i have no Pamps sig bro :(

>> No.28960507

ok ok
even digits and I buy BHS today

>> No.28960537

Buuut Goy you can't just buy shiny rocks it will hurt the 1%s hedge funds!

Shut it down!

>> No.28960596
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>gotta pamp those numbers up sig bro, those are rookie numbers.

>> No.28960641
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I really really like this image

>> No.28960688
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For our newfriend

>> No.28960700
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this is probably my favorite pic so far of yours

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>> No.28960882

'i'm glad, i need to find a difrent way to stack my pamps to PAMP EET

>> No.28960902

23st for fuck b*nkers

>> No.28960920

I have such cognitive dissonance about this. The financial system of the western world collapses, but my portfolio shoots up through the roof. Wish that things that didn’t have to be this way.

>> No.28960952

>public should not be allowed to hold physical silver
holy shit is this real?

>> No.28961001

did you not see the vampire, Dracula and the headline?

>> No.28961008
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>> No.28961016

Just a hunch: online "manipulation" makes markets volatile, "non approved" information platforms get nuked,
physical ownership restricted. Govt. fiat moved to govt. crypto.
taxes and regualtions on all holdings and transactions, rates based on "social" credit score.

You know, the globohomo plan...

>> No.28961052

>Image shows vampire and werewolf saying don't have silver
>holy shit is this real?
anon, I...

>> No.28961058


>Just over a week ago, we showed you how, following the #SilverSqueeze triggered surge in demand for physical silver, the 14 ETFs which claim to hold silver in LBMA vaults in London between them accounted for over 28,000 tonnes or 85% of all the silver said to be in those London vaults. And that the biggest of these ETFs, the infamous Blackrock managed iShares Silver Trust (SLV), which has JP Morgan London as custodian, accounted for over 70% of this total.
>And just a few days ago we showed you how, following the #SilverSqueeze induced surge in SLV trading from 29 January to 02 February on NYSE Arca, the very same SLV had quietly and without fanfare amended its Prospectus on 03 February conceding that there may not be enough silver bars available in London or elsewhere to add to the Trust, when it stated in its filing to the SEC that:
>“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.
>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.”

>> No.28961078

The Ed Steer interview was great. Everyone should check that out.


>> No.28961118

>noooo these hoodlums are making our stock go up stop them

>> No.28961121
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Since including a gat is the hot new trend I'll join in, got some more 90% half dollars.

>> No.28961122

just bought myself 20 more silvertowne buffaloes. back in stock.

>> No.28961175

Boomers are still collecting pogs?

>> No.28961182

>He doesn't know about the vampire and werewolf cabal

>> No.28961256

>But as it turns out, as was to be expected, SLV was not the silver ETF to move to panic stations the week before last, for at the exact same time on 02 February, the Aberdeen Standard Physical Silver Shares ETF (SIVR), also using JP Morgan London as metal custodian and also traded on NYSE Arca, quietly amended it's Prospectus to both sinister and comical effect, and in stealthy fashion uploaded a new version of it’s Prospectus to the SEC website, inserting the following wording on page 6:
>“As of the date of this prospectus, an online campaign intended to harm hedge funds and large banks is encouraging retail investors to purchase silver and shares of Silver ETPs to intentionally increase prices. This activity may result in temporarily high prices of silver.”
>Let the above sink in. You may need to read it a couple of times. For apart from showing panic about the effectiveness of the Reddit #SilverSqueeze forums such as r/WallStreetSilver, we would wager that never in the history of Wall Street has the author of a Prospectus shown it's true colors more than the above.
>For if you previously did not know whose side Aberdeen Standard Investments was on in the battle for silver, well, simply put, now you do. And if there was ever an award for Snitch of the Year in torpedoing its own client base, Aberdeen Standard would likely win this one hands down.
>But it gets better, for Aberdeen Standard, operator of SIVR (which claims to hold 1140 tonnes silver in London) and whose very rationale is to offer investors exposure to the silver price, seems to have a fundamental problem with the very silver price rising. Why else would Aberdeen Standard be afraid of a market force that “intentionally increases prices”? Unless of course that’s not what the ETF operator actually wants to happen.

>> No.28961266

this is seriously starting to make me worry about silver confiscation.

>> No.28961273
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Hey now they were releasing corona death counts dressed as clowns silver squeeze as vampires isn't far off

>> No.28961278

Think of it this way....Stealing elections has consequences

>> No.28961306

Yeah, it is. Luckily you lost all your silver on a horrible boating accident.

>> No.28961353

First time a dude ever gave me a boner

>> No.28961366

>“A possible ‘short squeeze’ due to a sudden increase in demand of Shares that largely exceeds supply may lead to price volatility in the Shares."
>the Prospectus also added that:
>"As of the date of this prospectus, the Fund and other Silver ETPs are experiencing a sudden increase in demand of shares following an online campaign to harm hedge funds and large banks with substantial short exposures to silver.
>The campaign encourages retail investors to purchase shares of Silver ETPs as well as physical silver in order to intentionally create a short squeeze. This activity could result in temporarily inflated prices of Shares and the difference between trading price and NAV per share may widen."
>So there you have it, one of the biggest silver-backed ETFs in the world apart from SLV, with a claimed 36.7 million ozs (1140 tonnes) of silver stored in London with custodian JP Morgan, is worried not about the interests of its investors, but about the outstanding short interest silver positions of the hedge funds and large banks. And out of concern for these entities that are short, Aberdeen Standard in fearful of market forces which will 'intentionally increase silver prices'.
>Those with a sharp eye may also ponder why Aberdeen Standard is worried about a divergence between the trading price of SIVR and its NAV. And why would that be? Maybe it’s because the date of 03 February is the last time SIVR added any new silver holdings, a date on which it’s claimed silver holdings rose from 35.6 million ozs to 36.6 million ozs. But no increase in silver holdings since then.
And also that none of the claimed SIVR silver is held in the vault of the infamous custodian JP Morgan in London, but all of the claimed silver is said to be held in the vaults of 3 SIVR sub-custodians, namely, Brinks, Malca-Amit and Loomis, the same 3 sub-custodians that

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lurk moar faggots
>questionalbly aged
plausibe deniability
>qustionably underaged
proof of guilt

>> No.28961431

I think you meant "fortify"

>> No.28961435

From last thread. Gold and Silver are the ultimate proven security. They always have been and always will be worth something pretty much everywhere at any time. It's the universal currency that has an objective, definite, unchanging finite amount. Save for a complete economic collapse, you're not going to 'make' a shitload of money, because you purchase it to store your money. Treat it as a secondary or tertiary savings account. It protects your money against hyperinflation, and if the economy is normal, it simply protects against normal inflation. I'm not saying throw your life's savings into it and wait for it to 100x like some crypto, because more than likely that won't happen. Have some money you don't plan on spending any time soon? Throw it in there. Let it sit, and go invest in other shit too.

>> No.28961441

>SLV tapped in early February to pad out its bar list in the wake of a so called 3,400 tonnes increase in SLV silver allocations.
>So after all, maybe the SIVR panic of 02 February is not so different to that of the iShares Silver Trust (SLV) of 03 February, which as a reminder and to come full circle, warned in its prospectus change that “The demand for silver may temporarily exceed available supply that is acceptable for delivery.”
end of artical

>> No.28961497

>tweet unavailable in your country
what's it say ?

>> No.28961520
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my bad

>> No.28961521

Nice m&p

>> No.28961627

Oh no mr sheckelberg, i'm not an antisemite i swear!!

>> No.28961672

>81,544 contracts / 407,720,000 ounces of physical silver potentially standing for delivery with just 6 trading days left... The R*U*S*H into silver has just begun

>> No.28961679
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Jamie btfo

>> No.28961754

Jm bullion shipping update. Placed an order on the 1st and it shipped out on the 15th. Used ach instead of credit. How's everyone else's time?

>> No.28961774

I greentexted the article so we don't give them ad revenue

>> No.28961779
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snagged 100 1967 silver quarters today for almost half price from an estate sale today. total of 16.452oz of silver. does /biz/ approve of junk Canadian silver?

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inb4 gay-op within gay-op to sell boomer rocks or actual accelerationism threat?

>> No.28961851

silver is silver and for half the price you robbed them blind

>> No.28961858
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I wonder how much to purchase as wife?

>> No.28961894
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What did they mean by this?

>> No.28961924

Mine was about the same.

>> No.28961938

that’s what I was thinking, I just gave them an offer and it was done like that haha. wish they had more

>> No.28961939

Good pick up. I'm in the US, but I'd like some silver Loonies. I think each works out to a flat 0.6 ozt so it's nice counting.

>> No.28961950

They will probably get that down to 20,000 contracts but that is still 100 million ounces

>> No.28961969

that faggot needs to dump 10k for the 5 decent replies he received

>> No.28961970

This is the case for both my orders from sd and jm placed around that time - shipped this week

>> No.28962009

well i guess dudes will do physical labor or protection for silver.
But you need a pew pew to secure the contract...

>> No.28962027

The DXY is mooning

>> No.28962144

I have many pew pew. I guess I could just use that to have for free :D

>> No.28962199
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Good. Our whole system is corrupt from head to tail. Our society is built on lies, and it's time for a reckoning. The useless eaters will be culled, the corrupt bankers will be hanged, and truth may come back to The West. Bring it on.

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>> No.28962316
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this>>28962009 nogunzfags need not apply,
calling hazgunz stacklets for 2 merc dimes a day to guard panners and above

>> No.28962327

that's why I consider lead and a pew pew the best pmg combination.
A good pew pew gets you everything and defends what you already have.

>> No.28962343

Dubs speak the truth.

>> No.28962391


>> No.28962410
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A /pmg/ PMC would be based as fuck.

>> No.28962529

shill me an undervalued mining stock that isn't gayhorse

>> No.28962557
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Commissar Jamal cannot shoot you if Commissar Jamal cannot see you.

>> No.28962589

well, it's the worlds oldest profession on the male side. the shemales get on their knees while we scalp people for the local war lord.

>> No.28962602

Thanks, I definitely like the ergonomics of M&Ps (better than glocks in that regard IMO) but the aftermarket is much smaller. Can't just throw in a minus connector like with a Glock, but with a bit of polishing or putting in the Apex kit you can still get a nice trigger in an M&P.

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forgot to add the pic

>> No.28962675
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Blue Lagoon Resources, if you want to do a deeper dive see picrel

>> No.28962699

o'neil resources corporation

>> No.28962731

Irving resources.

>> No.28962738

Yup, I have a gen 1 fullsize and gen 1 shield, both good guns. Triggers suck but so do just about all out of the box handguns.

>> No.28962769

bought the BBFXF, TRX, and MUX dips

>> No.28962812
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The amount of ammo to store really depends on the magnitude of impact the fiat crash will have. I definitely need more 5.56 but the prices are absurd atm. I’m really hoping this isn’t the new normal...

>> No.28962852

currency tale question:

I remember being told an old tale in wich the bookkeeper lent out more gold than he
effectively held in storage and was stoned to death for it.

what's it called?

>> No.28962886

>Blue Lagoon Resources
I lost like 30% so far

>> No.28962960

>Hasn't prepped the BHLL


In all seriousness though I'm buying Irving Resources as soon as the cash clears

>> No.28962965

How much longer this clown show can go on?
They are even prognosing record GDP growth for US and Europe. Over 6% and 3%.
Meanwhile lockdowns weren't lifted in Europe. It's almost like they are thinking that actual economy isn't necessary.
Even if they reopen many businesses had already go bankrupt.
Mainstream economists are telling that inflation is low or even too low. They tell that we shouldn't worry about inflation.
How long can they pretend that everything is fine?
Prices are rising fast but physical gold and silver isn't. What's going on?

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Actually, Scottie Resources is very, very cheap right now at $0.185. They just released more pretty good results today. You'll probably have to be patient though to wait for the upcoming spring drill results to come back to see any share price increase, unless gold takes off. They are cashed up with over $3M

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The commies need to be purged

>> No.28963048

then buy more. undervalued mining stocks aren't shitcoins which go up the day after you buy them.

>> No.28963049

they're mentally ill. my normie page is just blaming Abbott for the winter storm

>> No.28963070

You sound like a domestic terrorist

>> No.28963103

the ammo question is very simple: the more, the better. without it you gun is a stick.

Minimum should be 250rds per gun. With that and some help, more could be "acquired".
But having more to start with is better.

>> No.28963148

You should sell immediately before Rana Vig runs off with your money back to india

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>> No.28963264
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I'm tempted to get one of these for sovereigns

>> No.28963273

this, i have a stockpile of 308 specificly for this. i can't find 5.56, so i intend on using the 308 on the first person stupid enough to step on my lawn with an ar 15

>> No.28963281

bros i really really wish i went all into crypto first then switch metals. i would have been so happy

>> No.28963373

Swissfag here, thinking the same. WTF is going on?
Stockmarket rising, looking "optimistic", growth to be expected - WTF?

newspeak is "DVE" - domestic violent extremist

>> No.28963380

god damnit i missed out the chance to own a silver dinosaur sculpture collection

>> No.28963384
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Great Ed Steer interview. Just ordered a few more ozs

>> No.28963393

Damn, these threads are too fast and I had to leave the computer…
>>€60 for 1g Au
>>€28-31/oz Ag
>I think you got hosed
I know, 1g of Au is retarded (it's for my 1yo son, so whatever), but tell me where I can get Ag for significantly below those prices!

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I think I've reached coinvivor tier

>> No.28963589

Inflation is low because the lockdowns weren't lifted. No one is able to go out and spend all the money they printed. Of course, the longer the lockdowns the more money they have to print to pay for them, so something has to give eventually.

>> No.28963601

>but tell me where I can get Ag for significantly below those prices
Good sources for yuropoors here:

>> No.28963624

This is the new normal. Ammunition production is so choked by demand that major ammunition producers are a full YEAR behind in filling orders:

As the democrats ram through things like HR 127 making a public, Federal registry of gun owners (including what firearms are owned, how they are secured, and where they live) things are just going to get worse.

>> No.28963743

well, boating accidents will increase by the thousands - even in the deserts.

>> No.28963790

oh shite! you sure have! Is that you sutter anon? need a pirate to Gard that for you?

>> No.28963808

Also I know its a screenshot but i don't know how to strip exif data otherwise

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kek, they have to keep us in lockdown forever now to prevent inflation. what a clown world

>> No.28963889

with a little research you can get 1g gold for €50 and silver for €24-28/oz

>> No.28964004

i should add, don't be afraid to order from north america or asia if it's cheaper

>> No.28964021 [DELETED] 

>silver confiscation

silver won't be the first soft metal they obtain by undertaking such efforts

>> No.28964034

Believe it or not: I crunched pre- and during Kung-Flu prices. We swissfags paid current US prices
per round of 9mil or 556 even before the pandemic. No shortage or increase here...

>> No.28964080

anyone keep PMs in their bugout bag?

>> No.28964096 [DELETED] 

lmao you still use this trash
I am not a retard who believes you and go for shit
I am longing for bot ocean open to trade with safe

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I think I'm going to wait until one month after the stim checks to make a big ammo purchase. Right now, gold seems like a good place to throw money

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>> No.28964345

I don't buy Lynx quarters as silver content was cut to 50% in 1967.

>> No.28964348

Sutter? Well I think my stack will shrink for a piece of land if our current plan doesn't work out. In any case, we'll be trying to make an autonomous community in the not too distant future so there would be skilled people needed. It's a definite maybe

>> No.28964377

My biggest motivator for getting some gold before my stack of silver gets too big is that I want to be able to carry the stack with me (and not have it slow me down too much) if I need to bugout.

>> No.28964401

kirkland lake gold

>> No.28964460

you definetly should, as well as an exothremic lead propulsor, low dB version preferably.

>> No.28964492 [DELETED] 


this is why i bought plat. not that gold isn't good but i trust a metal with industrial demand that much more. excess supply would just get used up instead of diluting the price. same goes for silver.

>> No.28964519

>we'll be trying to make an autonomous community in the not too distant future
there are several valleys here on the costal range in california i fully intend on doing this in.

>> No.28964573

It's my backup plan too. Just grab the gold and platinum and maybe a tube of silver and relocate.

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>> No.28964713

Sounds like we need to form up some autonomous zones, just not in the middle of cities like the retards did

>> No.28964729

Bugout bags are dumb. Keep your metal in a safe that is bolted to the wall/floor. You are far more likely to get robbed than needing to bugout so urgently you can't just open the goddamn safe.

>> No.28964761

Try selling.

>> No.28964776

> "public not allowed to hold physical silver"

check your "state of emergency" and "wartime" laws. govt. is probably allowed to
requisition almost everything. you'd be amazed.

>> No.28964808

>exothremic lead propulsor
Also plenty of hydrogen dioxide

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well guys, I finally took the meme cross pill. only bought from a fellow memer, only because I had negative CC balance.

>> No.28964834

I have a few spots I'm looking at myself

>> No.28964844
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Vegas here. Moved here few years ago, and I found so many silver dimes in my store change. To date: 5 dimes. Apparently (in theory) degen gamblers dip into their stacks for smokes and such. Luckily the clerks don't notice it. It slowed down during the pandemic though. It's small change ofcourse- not like my big stack of silver.
pamp eet.

>> No.28964848

Au/Ag < 65 for first time since summer 2014.

Almost time to switch from buying only silver to silver and gold.

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Right here

>> No.28964870

Maybe once I obtain a diplomatic passport but for now it's too far away (I live in Europe)

>> No.28964906

My bank hasn't deliveried my order it's been 20 days should I be concerned

This is not a larp

>> No.28964909

AHHHHH i bought 6oz of gold 2 weeks ago and am getting absolutely butt blasted.

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>goldventure sold dolly varden
That explain why i was able to buy that much shares this afternoon. People interested in DV should get some cheapies soon.

>> No.28964925

Gold and silver confiscation seems like to much hassle.
In the past they needed to confiscate to print more money but now they have fiat backed by nothing.
They won't risk federal agents killed by some stackers and someone will start shooting at them.
They won't confiscate gold and silver from their friends at Wall Street.
And if they start confiscating just hammer your gold into "art" or "jewelry".
They won't dare confiscate jewelry from their majority female voting base.

>> No.28964994

danm bro i feel bad for you. Get your passport when you can

>> No.28965021

I mean, this is /biz. Maybe PMG bros would be interested in forming a trust or LLC to buy acreage somewhere. Would be nice to have a good bug-out location.

>> No.28965048

Everyone should listen to this, you're listening to one of leading commodities advisors basically say it's over for the finance sector. I can't even accurately describe it, he says the guys in the know are getting the fuck out of equities because the whole house is about to collapse.
I'm going to listen to it again.

>> No.28965070

I will start buying gold when ratio reaches 1:1

>> No.28965099

This is an order from NA. And I know of gold.de. Cheapest I can find there (in small sizes) is the 'roo for 27,43 €.
But I don't care too much for the price, because it's all payed for with crypto, and there isn't many sellers to choose from.

>> No.28965142

>getting the fuck out of equities
Explain what this means to a bizlet

>> No.28965159

I would defenetly contribute to this.

>> No.28965256

equities as in paper / virtual stuff, nothing physical. Stocks, whatever.

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>hydrogen dioxide

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>> No.28965363

Perhaps we should meme it into action

>> No.28965383
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What is the bayhorse ticket for USD markets?


>> No.28965391

Nasty stuff. Keep it away from the guns.

>> No.28965412

I'm looking into it. My bf has obtained the papers to get his, but my country is just a bit more stubborn when it comes to paperwork.

>> No.28965434

You lads think gold will be above $2000 this year? It got fucking crashed pretty bad lately, looks like the big players migrate to BTC.

>> No.28965469

Yep, way things are going, they'll have some excuses good enough for the MSM to convince everyone to go along with it too.

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>> No.28965506

yeah, we should get a stereotypical farm and photoshop a castle on it and write /pmg/ on the door.

>> No.28965519

Definitely a good idea. Pooling money for some good land with mostly based people occupying it

>> No.28965533

I fucked up the chem teacher joke, was supposed to be dihydrogen monixide.
Sweet so its happening then?

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>> No.28965637

it's going back to $1200 it looks like

>> No.28965730
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>questionably aged
Funny because of ambiguity
>questionably underaged
Not very funny no ambiguity

>> No.28965787

I hope you get it /biz/ bro

>> No.28965803

I'm not fucking kidding. The digital euro is in preparation. How come FuckBook's "libra-coin" got nuked by all institutions?
Different countries are already restricting cash transactions (france +/- 1000 EUR, italy >900 EUR etc).
Other countries are restricting "rogue" cryptos (india, korea, japan?)

IMF is proposing individual "credit score" based on "privilege"....

sauce? I'd have to search. check noagendashow.net

>> No.28965873

God I hope so

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>> No.28965952

>Not very funny no ambiguity
These memes aren’t tailored to you faggot, keep on crying because we’re going to keep on posting formerly well to do housewives and their QUESTIONABLY UNDERAGED daughters

>> No.28965978

>33oz AG hapless stacklet
>silver is flying off the shelves faster than toilet paper last year
>society is gonna collapse within the end of the month
>no merc for blowjobs
>nogunz because I'm a sheltered retard
Bros... have fun without me

>> No.28965988

Yes how'd you know

>> No.28966025
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Can't find kilos for BTC ANYWHERE!

>> No.28966105

I'm not doubting you, Anon. It'd be the switch for the great reset. It's a gamble.
Which I lost, by the way, because I buried my stack beside a big tree in the woods and now I can't find it.

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>> No.28966124

go to plebit and offer btc to one of the bag holders for silver

>> No.28966147

well, maybe?
normally when the markets are spazzing out the money moves to pmg's, private property (land) and other "safe havens".
Maybe check property values for non-urban, non-inner city properties in the US - prices since george "overdose" floyd date. you'd be surprised.
Euro and asian markets are different though.

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>> No.28966205

Crypto won't crash in nominal terms, but when silver goes to $10,000 an ounce what's your $50,000 Bitcoin really worth. Nothing.

>> No.28966223

>t. pedo

>> No.28966306

586 oz silver
3 oz gold
1 oz platinum
2 black powder revolvers
1.5kg of black powder and 200+ lead balls
two cars and plane pilot's license
will likely buy a house in french countryside when I get fully qualified for my job in a few years

Am I going to make it bros ?

>> No.28966328

They won't bite at 975 per kilo. Gonna have to wait before I can post again, maybe 1k a kilo, but that feels full fomo mode to me.

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>> No.28966405

You so sure? The jews are doing everything they can to antagonize a conflict, so they will gladly sacrifice federal agents to take the heat off of themselves.

>> No.28966443
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It's the only bank I know of that sells bullion. I was on their site last night with 10oz. in my cart. Glad I didn't. There was some fucky note underneath the "In stock" that said something to the effect of "Actual availability may differ"
You got in weeks ago, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. They are probably just behind on shipping.
DO you have a big branch near you? I am going to go in to one next time I want some Ag and buy in person.

>> No.28966479

>in a few years
no chance

>> No.28966556

Try Kinesis
Warehouse recipts but you can get delivery for ~$100

>> No.28966558

parents already own a house in a suburb

>> No.28966693

$10,000 an ounce!? $1,000 I can kind of understand, but what you’re saying is making my head spin.

>> No.28966754

Vangold bros...

It's time.

It will open tomorrow at 9:30

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Cryptofags btfo, dealers OOS
Enjoy your numbers on your screen, cucks

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dropping prices

>> No.28966918
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Why PMG? Because of this:

>> No.28966929

$10,000 is a bit extreme (gsr would need to be 1:2 or 1:3) but $5000 is possible.

>> No.28966942

He's basically pointing out a scenario where the fed prints weimar style and the forex market just dumps dollars as they print. US Assets would be worthless even though they haven't crashed in dollars. Pretty much all BTC is traded in dollars and always will be

>> No.28966994

inb4 -1.42%

>> No.28967011

ok, you'll be fine then.

>> No.28967034

Lol you think EVERY ONE won't be doing the same thing?

>> No.28967067

When silver is worth $10,000 an ounce a loaf of bread will cost $1,000, everything is relative

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>> No.28967110

Moneta Porcupine.

>> No.28967123

I'd love that lol, but it should rip hard tomorrow.

I don't have a position and need to buy in.

I was looking at it a lot before the halt waiting for a dip to buy in and I never did.

>> No.28967151

If a loaf of bread is $1,000 in a hyperinflation scenario, silver will be about $1,000,000

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One of these buys a loaf of bread today.
It will also buy a loaf of bread in the future as well, along with other goods and services as well.

>> No.28967271

when we say silver will be $10,000 we're talking real terms, not nominal. today's money. nominal price might be $100,000 for all we care. >>28967151

>> No.28967287

link us lad

>> No.28967295

>Impact Silver, Nicola Mining, Silver Spruce, Canada Periodic Table Works
I would argue against those being undervalued.

>> No.28967297

Lay it on me: who is the Class I Nickel miner I should buy?

>> No.28967309

why would it moon anyway?
from what I saw they are stil exploring

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Have 1k5 powder ready to deploy. If it moon too hard i will give up getting additional shares. Already have 6k shares when based small caps anon recommended it in september.

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>> No.28967345

silver will buy 50x more loafs of bread when the comex defaults. 1 tenth an ounce is the historic wage.

>> No.28967356

The dollar is going to zero. ZERO!

>> No.28967401

literal clown world

>> No.28967493

Look at the NRs

>> No.28967495
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Silver spruce is a gamble so hard to say it is undervalued. If they get the pino deal then yes it is, otherwise your money will vanish.

>> No.28967540

Look up "systemic currency risks"

>> No.28967572

No, the price of silver is manipulated by banks to be far less than its actual value. If that massive, proven manipulation weren't going the current price of silver would be closer to $1,000. When hyperinflation sets in, we're going to see real price discovery a la Venezuela. As a contemporary example, we can see that a SINGLE OUNCE of silver buys 3-4 months of food, or one month of rent in a luxury apartment in the heart of the capitol city. Shit, in Venezuela today 12ozt of Ag buys you a brand new car outright.

In a hyperinflation scenario in the US, the same will be true.

>> No.28967590

almost Gucci. Needs a threaded barrel.

>> No.28967595

Yeah why would I give a shit if all prices including silver go up x100 or x1000? Fucking annoying when people say silver will be 1 quadrillion dollars/oz, yeah in a currency so worthless nobody will even be using at that point dumbass

>> No.28967653

I wouldn't even say it's a bad deal without Pino necessarily anymore. They're doing some fairly promising early-stage surface exploration elsewhere along with Colibri so even if Pino gets cucked by the Ejidos they can still create value elsewhere. Pino is the crown jewel though, it's what everybody is eyeing.

>> No.28967656

$AABB just released their gold backed crypto. They're like .30 a share rn

>> No.28967668 [DELETED] 

See >>28967572 you absolute retard.

>> No.28967764
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The collection grows

>> No.28967799

I hope your dick is bigger than your stack.

>> No.28967806

Even in real terms silver will never go to $10,000 or even $1,000, $100 is the ceiling. You sound no different than the Buttcoin maxis who say BTC is going to 1 billion dollars, you’re spreading delusions that will never happen

>> No.28967820

Come nogunz with another stacklet, we can make it...

>> No.28967847 [DELETED] 

See >>28967572 you no-nothing retard.

>> No.28967873

please explain "just 6 trading days left"

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>> No.28967932

"Rob Kirby notes that for 3000 years an upper-middle class annual wage was between 40 and 60 troy ounces of silver. There are numerous historical examples that show the average pay for a full day’s worth of unskilled labor has been 0.1 troy ounces of silver. Yes, one-tenth of an ounce!"

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>> No.28967998

See >>28967572 (You) you know-nothing retard.

>> No.28968068
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I'm fucking jacked


>> No.28968108

GPL is based. I own about $3k in shares
was looking to diversify but I'll wait

>> No.28968111

Elon Musk is the most annoyingly obvious establishment figurehead and useless distraction pawn I’ve ever seen. The cult around this guy is maniacal and the hype entirely unwarranted.

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probably the big silver buy on monday (not my pic)

>> No.28968156

People say this, but how is that true? The 600b or whatever that was distribute in stimmies to the unwashed masses have long since been spent. I can buy just as much stuff as I could before the lock down. If anything, it is way easier to spend than before.

>> No.28968196

I fucking knew it!>>28926574 i called it last night!

>> No.28968213

No clue

>> No.28968257

man, if he can get normies to buy silver, I'm with him

>> No.28968258

inflation is low? have you been to a grocery store or gotten gas lately?

>> No.28968343

>Shit, in Venezuela today 12ozt of Ag buys you a brand new car outright.
Post proof.

I like silver but most of what I hear from you lot is absolute nonsense and wishful thinking.

>> No.28968384
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What am I reading?
How does an explorer even make money?

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>> No.28968409

Think about it....

Elon is basically the best snake oil salesman the world has ever seen.

He's also been pumping crypto and bitcoin relentlessly diverting attention from traditional stores of wealth such as precious metals.

This plays into his favor as he needs to amass large amounts of silver before the other industrial users (Any major electronic manufacturer) realize that there's gonna be a shortage.

Once they realize there's a shortage, they're going to want to buy up all of the supply ASAP so they don't need to worry about halting production.

He's definitely amassing silver, whether this boomer is lying or just spreading rumors is another thing. I doubt Elon would want to let the world know of his plans, until he's completed them.

>> No.28968412

Would’ve been better if Kenshiro was a dragonpepe and the dummy was comex

>> No.28968441

This is why nobody takes silverbugs seriously, because you say silver is going to ridiculous highs that it never does

>> No.28968469

Is it?
Before Ford upped the daily pay to $5, he was paying $2.25 per day. The reason he upped it to $5 was so his employees would stop having such high turnover rates, going to other companies.
Meaning: $2.25 was a reasonable pay in the 1910s. NPR claims the average was $2.5 a day.
So, assuming you're a middle class worker, 2oz a day is a reasonable wage.

>> No.28968495

>Inflation is low because the lockdowns weren't lifted
price inflation on consumer goods might be low but there is plenty of asset price inflation, just look at bitcoin
inflation isn't low at all, they inflating plenty
it just hasn't reached the dollar menu yet

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GPL is uber comfy and all holders are frens.

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>source: just trust me bro

>> No.28968557

a single electric vehicle requires 1 kilogram of silver for its components

>> No.28968583

>How does an explorer even make money?
They don't. They either brrrrr shares and warrants for big dick investors & institutions for money, or they finance themselves with debt. They fund their exploration with dilution or debt and attempt to keep shareholders happy by creating value via exploration. If they don't process tailings or run a mine or do something else that produces cash flow they will have to dilute.

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I have both, moron.

>> No.28968656

Cost of shit in Venezuela today:

Price of silver in VES:

>> No.28968676
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1oz of silver today = 47 VES

So more like 21oz of silver. Still, you get the point.

>> No.28968684

Eh for me it wouldn't be worth losing compatibility with my IWB holster, since it is a compact gun after all. Not really interested in putting a comp on it since that tends to make guns picky with ammo and if I did have a suppressor I'd be putting it on a different gun instead. As is It's pretty good at keeping the stack intact.

>> No.28968689

buying an explorer is a bet on whether they'll find shiny rocks and be able to set up mining. it's either moon or zero

>> No.28968711
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I don't really get it, but keep working... Memes are eternal, you don't invent them, you discover them & sometimes put your own flair/spin on them.

remember this.

>> No.28968735

Except it has, you know-nothing retard.

>> No.28968753
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Uhhh why the fug would they manipulate the price down instead of up? Wouldnt it make more sense to overcharge to make more money and price people out?

>> No.28968778

I can't fucking math. It's 17oz.

>> No.28968801

How many Oz of silver do I need to make it, frens?

>> No.28968824

You are correct. i was talking to another anon saying these exact points last night. it was only a matter of time and it became obvious rather quickly to /pmg/ that he is pumping bitcoin. I believe we are about to witness the largest rug pull /biz/ has seen yet.

>> No.28968828

>tfw just paid 5x face value for eisenhower dollars because coinflation suggested they were 40% silver
don't make my mistake friends, it's only the collectors issue ones (which are indistinguishable from normal ones at a glance) that are

>> No.28968850

To make it unappealing to normies and avoid fomo.

>> No.28968870

I believe even the unwashed masses have actually started saving and investing currency and paying off credit cards instead of spending. Pretty sure the amount of dollars in savings accounts has gone up a lot over the past year.

>> No.28968880
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Big if true.

>> No.28968887

1000 oz minimum

>> No.28968895

Maybe they want to stack more.

>> No.28968927

well not necessarily lol, there are a lot of ways things can go as companies can have multiple properties which they can explore, sell or option out, JV with other companies, get the whole company bought out, etc. Lots of ways things can go

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Like I said here: >>28968469
A moderate wage in 1914 was 2oz a day. Keep in mind that at the time people made enough then to support families of 6+. Do with that info what you will. Could also perform like venezuela, where anons just pointed out a car was less than 20oz.

>> No.28968990

Because they don't have a shitload of physical silver sitting on hand. Plus, the banks need people to think that silver isn't money, so they keep buying into the fiat scheme and store their money in their banks.

>> No.28969027
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>Trying to get rid of my scamcana bags (i did make a 20-25% profit in short order though so i can't complain) and shiftless niggers keep buying only 100-200 shares at a time
>Fucking td Ameritrade won't fill my goyhorse order that I just want for the memes

i'm gonna go nuclear

>> No.28969057

yes - I know it's a jewish tale, but is there a name?
basically they got killed for creating the fiat system, got called alchemists for creating "gold out of thin air".

It used to be a crime....

>> No.28969069

Lol having a meltdown because I’m challenging your deluded worldview that an ounce of silver will make you the richest man on earth? We don’t live in Venezuela retard, hyperinflation hasn’t set in yet and even if it does prices will inflate ACROSS THE BOARD, meaning the price of silver will stay the same relative to other goods

>> No.28969106

Maybe I should invest in venezuela

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Elon Musk has the biggest laser pointer in the world, with the ability to divert the attention of millenials and zoomers worldwide. What you're saying was my theory from the start, basically divert attention away from the PM market which he needs to continue production, and what better way to do that than pumping crypto?

See how he did it in waves. Pump up Dogecoin so people uninitiated to Cryptos would create exchange accounts and transfer some cash to play along with the pump. Then weeks later pump BTC so they transfer their money into BTC, and they perform the rugpull.

It's genius, really.

>> No.28969143

then the big reset is gonna hit and they inject you with your own government controlled crypto wallet

>> No.28969180
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>tfw Venezuela has more gold reserves than Canada

>> No.28969198

Between 68 to 586 oz of silvers

>> No.28969201

That's actually 1.6 troy ounces of silver per day, not 2. And we have to bear in mind that silver is much more valuable now and almost all already consumed

>> No.28969204

don't forget: some 50 years ago people paid 1/3 of the income for food, 1/3 for housing and the rest was for savings, clothes etc.

>> No.28969217

>gets demonstrably proven wrong
>starts stammering incoherently


>> No.28969247
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>three sovs
>how do I stack kilo bars
I admire your choice of gold coinage, but if that's all you've got and are panicing to stack big bars you're unironically NGMI

>> No.28969259

Call me a Christkike but he's the closest thing I can think of as the Antichrist. Just some egotistical power hungry lunatic constantly jerking himself off in twitter about how he's gonna save us from Bob Page.
I once heard someone describe him as the "I'm not like the other girls" of billionaires and I laughed out loud

>> No.28969261

I have heard a rumor that there is a 'plan' or 'proposal', that in some time of trouble, to station a FEMA agent at every bank and inspect anything taken from a safe deposit box. No cash, guns, or bullion. "Papers" only.

Might be bullshit, but it is a possibility. I'm sure I read it on plebbit under the guise of "my friend is a newly hired bank teller and I asked her if they gave her the FEMA training yet and she said yes."

Anyway, something to consider.

>> No.28969267
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>The financial system of the western world collapses, but my portfolio shoots up through the roof.
READ > When Money Dies: Nightmare of the Weimar Collapse - Adam Fergusson
to learn why, hard times ahead

>> No.28969286

Fractional reserve banking isn't even a thing anymore. They got rid of reserve requirements.

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Are these guys ok (for stocks I mean) ?

Or can anyone shill me some mining companies, I guess....

>> No.28969335

>the price of silver will stay the same relative to other goods

Wow what a horrible outcome Bob, I'd better cash out and stack fiat in my Chase bank account instead.

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I have plenty of sovs, that was just my new batch.

>> No.28969382

Watch as it gets invaded by every 3 letter agency on earth. That was in an election year, hence everyone was concerned about optics. Even the Dems dumped BLM as soon as they fortified their hold in DC.

>> No.28969415

Why not hold for until they begin production about 6-8 months from now? Or do you think they will fall before that?

>> No.28969444

This exactly. Elon is obviously pumping bitcoin. and that shouldn't suprise the regulars here vause we all know he needs a metric fuck ton of silver just to keep production up. i stated such here>>28968824

>> No.28969445

Bumping this, what is the "six trading days left" all about? Seems to line up pretty close/if not exactly with what some anons were calling as the day of infamy being 2/24.

>> No.28969449

>gets demonstrably proven wrong
You’re crying yet again, we do NOT live in Venezuela so any info you post from Venezuela trying to apply it to the silver price in America is null and void. It’s people like you that make me glad the price is so low just so I can hear you screech

>> No.28969526

first majestic is overvalued compared to other major silver miners thanks to the reddit kids and keith neumeyer

>> No.28969581

>whole point being made is that when silver is able to reach its natural value, its purchasing power explodes
>even specifically says "in a hyperinflation scnario"
>isn't able to understand basic English

>> No.28969596

First Majestic is good although they might still have to wage a legal battle with Mexico. Look into Gatos Silver for another similar producer, it's a little bit under the radar compared to First Majestic and I think it has more upwards potential, and of course no lawsuit BS.

>> No.28969612

If not a larp, then you're well on your way to living my dream.

>> No.28969613

I’m not Bob, I’m just saying that silver won’t go to astronomical highs that the one faggot is saying it will. Although I do see Bob’s point that there is a cultish atmosphere ITT and anyone who denies silver is going to $1 million is treated as an enemy

>> No.28969619

Seconding what Anon >>28964345 said, ping-check your 1967s against an 80% < 1966 and a 1968 50% and separate them based on content.

I'm the Coinstar Anon from a couple editions ago. Yes, silver coins do just reject right into the slot. And hell yes I'll look after someone's finished with their transaction. I have very little shame when it comes to free silver.

>> No.28969626

It won't stay the same. It may not make someone fabulously wealthy, but it will provide 10+x return and preservation of capital to the other side of a crisis/reset. It's currently very undervalued by artificial means. It should be north of $200/ozt if it were not manipulated. If they let it rise naturally to its real market value, and THEN we had a reset, yeah, then the price relative to other goods would stay the same. The problem with your premise is you think that current spot is the real market value. It's not.

>> No.28969662

$2.5/0.78=1.95 oz.
Probably a spinoff of the Q schitzos' "2 more weeks."
If Liberty dollars are any indication, this is unfortunately correct.

>> No.28969691

Last day of paper silver trading is the 24th, then begins the physical delivery period and the greatest reckoning of our age.

>> No.28969700

where is the best place to buy junk silver?

>> No.28969731

>hyperinflation hasn’t set in yet
Yes it has

>even if it does prices will inflate ACROSS THE BOARD, meaning the price of silver will stay the same relative to other goods
No because hyperinflation will end manipulation on the COMEX. Silver is 1/1000th of what it should be because it's the most shorted asset on earth.

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Enough guys, nobody cares. You are reducing the comfy levels.

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Unironically Reddit, if you can get to it first.

>> No.28969827

Pamp EET

>> No.28969832

>Yes it has
Then why can't I buy a car with a few silver coins?

>> No.28969917

Last day to roll March contracts to May on the COMEX. It will give us a good idea of how many contracts are standing for delivery as they've averaged 100%+ of open interest at cutoff date as being delivered. It may or may not be THE month when SHTF and COMEX has to declare force majeure, but it will very likely be a new record month for deliveries and one step closer to COMEX default. 2020 was a record year for deliveries and 2021 is starting off even stronger, meaning COMEX is going to get bled of metal until they have no choice but to default.

>> No.28969932

If they pump silver really hard and establish it as de facto currency they will kill their business model.
Bank runs will become problem again and they would need to stop doing their fractional reserve bullshit.
Now when bank run happens they just call FED and get truck full of cash the next day.
They rather make thousands of smaller deals than one deal that makes they expertise void.
They can't do honest work only trade back and forth empty numbers.
They still can't beat market with their knowledge, insider trading and algorithms running on super computers. They would need resort to giving blowjobs for merc dimes in new silver based economy.

>> No.28969939

>Then why can't I buy a car with a few silver coins?
"Definition: Hyperinflation is the condition whereby monetary authorities accelerate the expansion of the quantity of money to the point where it proves impossible for them to regain control. It ends when the state’s fiat currency is finally worthless. It is an evolving crisis, not just a climactic event."

>> No.28969989

Ah so you're a lunatic purely arguing over semantics. gotcha.

>> No.28969990

>Last day of paper silver trading is the 24th
Says who? For what time period? I hope you're right there's just so little information here about this and I would think it'd be big if true.

>> No.28970054

Calm your expectations a little. It may not be this month. Maybe it will be. We'll see. Regardless, it will probably be a record month. We were thinking September 2020 would be THE month, and they were able to shed enough contracts. So it will be death by a thousand papercuts. Just don't get disappointed if it's not March that does it. But make no mistake, it's a big blow in a longer fight.

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>> No.28970104

>stop trying to define concepts you lunatic!!!

>> No.28970201

This is what I’m saying, silver is indeed undervalued but to think it’s worth $10,000 an ounce in TODAYS MONEY is absolutely ridiculous. I think >>28969626 has the most rational take

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thats Englands gold now buddy

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>> No.28970351

TD has run out of stock I think. Some other anon was paid a hefty premium to cancel his order I think.

>> No.28970384

I suppose this is right, but only because they never run out of supply because the banks print the money themselves.

>> No.28970412

>Venezualua dosen't hold it
Fucking lmao

>> No.28970465

I'm keeping a little bit but i'm just tired of their management talking out of both sides of their mouth and there's a couple other miners that are more interesting to me and i don't feel like dipping into my dry powder just yet so I'm selling these old and busted fags to pick up some new and exotic rentboys.

>> No.28970470

who the fuck did he give our gold to? china?

>> No.28970537

makes sense, I wouldn't want to hold bags like that either I suppose

>> No.28970591