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Asahi Chads edition
>Why Gold?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3S4rl6ehiI [Embed]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gksenA5Al_A [Embed]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI7NnOg2rxo [Embed]

>Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/ (US)
https://goldsilver.be/en/ (BE/EU/UK)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

Russian/European coins
https://oldsilver.ru/ (EU/UK/US)

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ (UK)


>Bullion tax info by state:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCL6FKQZyoM [Embed]

Nitric Acid, Magnets and Ping Test
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mg9YcAShTo [Embed]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSXg-WOEVY [Embed]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ymGAyKAg-k [Embed]

Relevant information regarding mining companies

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>> No.30135260
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First for 35P Asahi

>> No.30135276

Shill me some gold/silver producers

>> No.30135287

MAGA bump.

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Threadly reminder that weiners are gay

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rolling for $27 silver Thursday

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I probably payed too much for him, but idgaf, this little nigga is cute as hell. Where my batboi bros at? Does anyone have a recommendation for a capsule/holder for this baby? I read that the standard ATB 5 oz ones won’t fit it.

>> No.30135385

do you guys even sell?

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Impact Silver

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>> No.30135552

Smelting their Bidens.

>> No.30135555

it should fit fine. I think that was just one order of wrongly sized capsules.

No. It’s a marathon not a sprint

>> No.30135571

balls deep in a small girl btfo

>> No.30135599

Any price under 50USD is a steal for silver imo. Plus batbois are cute

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Eloro down over 10% today

>> No.30135618

well that's not how it operates here in nyc. they want proof of income, credit check, criminal background check (usually only looking for drug convictions, they don't want a crack shack or a meth lab or some shit to happen that will get busted up and raided, destroying the building, etc). even section 8 places do credit checks.

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Water your favourite Canadian coins?

>> No.30135656

Starcore International if small-cap gold producers are interesting to you.

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i like the foxes. i need to get some.

>> No.30135892

I rebalance as needed. 1AG for 1GOLD was way too difficult to pass up.

>> No.30135908
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How low will gold go? When to buy?

>> No.30135915
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Fucking kek, does it make you a boomer if you know what this is? I mean it was very fucking popular

>> No.30135929
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Asahi waifu

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Why yes anon, I do sell extremely profitable call options then roll that profit into physical silver. How did you know?

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no it just makes you cool anon

>> No.30136108

Calibre mining. Profitable Canadian company with operations in Nicaragua. No debt and has about 200 million cash flow.

>> No.30136151
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What states will mint goldbacks next?

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Let me upgrade that picture for you anon.

>> No.30136214

just ordered 20 ounces. gonna be having to be very very careful with my money this month. gotta not buy anything and eat for 5 euro's per day or so for the next 3.5 weeks. ive had a couple of one time bills also this month.

big yikes
atleast im saving up/stacking

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Any reason you lads don't stack Phoenixes? They look nice as hell, but I don't see them in most stacks here.

>> No.30136333

Anons, you have declared your stack to the IRS, right?

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I think this goes for all stackers

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Anon, what's a good amount to spend on goldbacks? I wanna pick up the NH ones

>> No.30136393

Meant for>>30135276

>> No.30136445

I honestly don't know, I just ordered 10 1s for $3.60 each for the memes.

>> No.30136455

Good for you anon. You'll feel a good sense of satisfaction from the self denial.

>> No.30136462

Is Palladium worth it?

>> No.30136481

never seen em in the coin stores where i live. nor on the online stores i usually buy. unless they're high premium. in that case i just skip them in favour of low premium silver. if it would be just a little bit more expensive i'd probably buy some, they look nice.

>> No.30136486

I just bought 2 for the hell of it

>> No.30136497

I've never seen them not have insane premiums.

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Very smart. Painful on the short term but you'll laugh on the long term. Not many are willing to do what you're doing. Don't take that as a norm, people wants to spend their money no matter what, buying shits, vacation etc. Sacrifying the present to unlock your future financial freedom.

>> No.30136552

the NH ones? where are they only $3.60 each?
best price I see is like $4.60
or did you do a typo?

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Florida will issue Goldbacks once we secede, finally invade Cuba and take what's already fucking ours by right and establish the Empire of Long Florida with Ron DeSantis as emperor and Matt Gaetz as chancellor.

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really makes you think

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Stacks? What do you mean stacks? That's just 1,000 USD of really old pocket change. You going to tax me for the legal tender I own, you glow in the dark? Gtfo.

>> No.30136609

I also got carried away and bought too much. But everything is coronaclosed anyways. So might as well just buckle down and wage all day every day

>> No.30136629

i also overpaid, but eagerly

>> No.30136647

Fuck I hate women

>> No.30136663

oh, just a side question. what do the ID colors represent?

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Just got some recently. They are very nice.

>> No.30136715

>>the oracles know

>> No.30136721

Nice, Anon.
I like the old voyageur dollar.

>> No.30136724

your portfolio

>> No.30136727
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Yolo'ing $2000 CAD. Wish me luck you fucks.

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>eat for 5 euro's per day
Rice and beans anon. Depending on local prices you can eat for less than $1 per day in the US.

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I only have 15 ounces of silver and the collapse seems to be imminent. Will I make it or will I have to suck Wieners?

>> No.30136754

i was about i post about how puny 1/1000 of an ounce is but its more than a government dollar

>> No.30136758

That's how 4chan filters your posts to the NSA

>> No.30136776

Think of them like mood stones. That is to say, it represents nothing at all except what your imagination can put to it.

>> No.30136787

Has to be Texas, read a few years ago about them recalling their gold back from D.C. Knew straight away they were planning to secede and introduce a gold backed currency.

>> No.30136838

and this is why we have /pmg/

>> No.30136852

Legal tender?
No, that's USD and not silver. Declare it or face consequences.

>> No.30136873

Why do Asahi rounds look so small/thin compared to other rounds?

>> No.30136877
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Based oracle

>> No.30136933

no tax for NH goldbacks

>> No.30136953

is the korean character in the SW corner lenticular? like, does it move and change? it looks like it could. that would be a cool anti counterfeit thing.

>> No.30136956

Sorry, no can do, my boat sank in a sudden storm.

>> No.30136986
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Since when do I have to report how much spare change I happen to have in my house?! I'm taking this to court, glowy!

>> No.30136990

still have some beans in the pantry. i was planning on expanding it a bit as well. i should get some rice thought, im nearly out. next month or the month after that ill get a freezer to start mealprepping.

>> No.30137005

Frens why is it that more often than not, Gold falls agains the dollar for the first couple months of the year, and then gold rises against the dollar for the latter half of the year, according to this chart? Are there any macro trends in missing? At least for the last 10 years or so if you zoom in.

>> No.30137016

Well, how much did you lose?

>> No.30137017
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>chainlink oracle

>> No.30137036

The machining on asahis (at least those ones) isn't super great. The edges aren't very crisp so theat might be what makes them appear a bit skinny.
>t. Anon who took the picture

>> No.30137055

they are assigned at random in every thread so you know who is saying what. everyone sees the colors differently on their end.

>> No.30137056

These threads move so fast these days.

>> No.30137094

I strictly stack coins because of the canadian tax breaks on them, and the phoenix is considered a round, not a coin.

>> No.30137099

You do know that we trace you across threads, and have very good estimates of how big your stack is, right?
Declare it.

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Huh....really fires the neurons.

>> No.30137196

I don't know. Whatever the boat weighed. It wasn't a very big boat.

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Like I said, its 1,000 dollars in pocket change.

>> No.30137243

Where I got them.

>> No.30137246
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you will make it. thats more than the average person in the world has.

>> No.30137247


thanks anons

>> No.30137296

Is he suicidal?

>> No.30137381

Yes, there’s 3 different characters, maybe even more depending on the angle but I can’t read that chink shit so idk what it says

>> No.30137391

can confirm. I stopped all charitable giving, partly because my nigger-worship state steals my tax money and squanders it on worthless causes. I do need to resume giving though. only to anti-circumcision advocacy groups.

>average person in the world
the average person in the world is a nonwhite making $0.03/day. meaningless measure of anything.

>> No.30137399
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when i make it, i just want to get a baseball and glove, go out onto my property, and play catch with apu. he seems like a really cool guy.

>> No.30137461

states don't mint goldbacks; they're all made by the same private company without any state partnership. you should ask the company behind them which they will release next.

>> No.30137499

It’s part of the blockchain. It takes real time data and adds it to the blockchain when a transaction occurs so that the chain of events that makes up the blockchain can have real world information at a given moment thus making that specific block chain unique.

>> No.30137515


does this count church donations, though?

>> No.30137557

Yes it says 봉(bong) and 황(hwang). Which means Phoenix.

>> No.30137568

holy shit that is fucking amazing. i just found a video of it. i don't know any koean moonspeak either so i can't help with translation but that's easily the coolest feature i've seen built into a coin.

>> No.30137575

They don’t machine coins, anon. Coins are stamped. Machining would waste silver.

>> No.30137590
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PM markets aren't as liquid. Gold is by far easiest to liquidate, followed by silver and plat/palad etc being distant third. you're taking a gamble that you won't find a buyer if you get a non monetary metal.

in a perfect world, Au/Ag/Pt/Pd would be priced in proportion to their scarcity, but this would cause ridiculous differences in prices. the palladium supply was 9 million ounces in 2018 whereas gold was 107 million. this puts Pd at about 12x the price point of gold. Supplies of Pt was about 8 million oz in 2018 and silver was 900 mil.

900:107:9:8 for Au:Ag:Pd:Pt
so if silver costs $1, gold would cost $8.4, Pd = $100 & Pt = $112.5.

theres an anon here always posting about scarcity investing. he's probably right. i hope my math is ok there.

this is not meant to be realistic expected profits, bc clearly gold is much more valuable in proportion to its scarcity because of its other properties. ie: too much scarcity is bad for a monetary asset as it will be not liquid enough.

>> No.30137646

Average person is pretty poor, think of all the poor fucks in Africa and India. I'm afraid that I will have to sell a lot of it during the happenings just to survive.
Good thing I bought a gold washing pan set.

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Pretty sure considering he's been going on many many anti-establishment rants.

He deleted this response afterward.

>> No.30137733


You Sir, are a Scholar and Gentleman.. just ordered my 10 for keeps as well..

thank you

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X and CLF

>> No.30137801


Thanks. Perfect sense. I might buy some eventually just to look at and add to my elemental collection.

>> No.30137862

Scarcity and the refining process. Tantalum takes a ungodly amount of refining.. hence its price at about 150$ per lb.

>> No.30137908

It says "Pheonix" in Korean. Looks pretty cool, actually.

>> No.30137918

if you never plan to sell, then you're not investing, you're collecting

>> No.30137947

He deletes all his tweets though, and he's got fuck you money so I don't think he's worried. There are people in the world dropping redpills on millions of people like Peter Schiff, why would Burry be on the list?

>> No.30137972

Interesting. They're like $1 cheaper than on buillonexchange, but BE has the other denominations cheaper. I think even with shipping, 5 $1 are cheaper on Defythegrid
Don't know if I care to save a dollar by having two packages in the mail; I'm not gonna jew that hard. Unless you think the serial numbers will be significantly higher on buillonexchange?

>> No.30137996

Nice thanks for the info

>> No.30138005

Sorry, I'm a limp wristed office fag. Regardless, the edge isn't clean cut/stamped, at least on mine.

Lifzf and Vale

>> No.30138031

Thanks, but how did this extremely high silver price make it into the "oracle's" data (the name oracle is bs because it doesn't predict anything apparently)?

>> No.30138084

Is bayhorse still a buy? What's it realistically going to?

>> No.30138100
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I plan on trading some for land and saving the rest for other things.

>> No.30138139

lmao that picture made me chuckle

>> No.30138195

kek. your meme is better political comedy than anything on tv.

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Anon! I redid this picture for you and made it better!

>> No.30138268

So do I buy gold/silver funds? or physical metal?

>> No.30138279
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> https://www.jmbullion.com/tax/new-york/
Can any big brains figure this out for me? Do I have to pay sales tax on bullion over 1k in NY or not? My lcs is all cleared out and I may have to go to the big city dealers to get more but don’t want to pay tax. Yes I know to try and ask for the “cash price” but that may not work downtown.

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remember frens, buy gold

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>He is worried about selling
>He doesn't plan on being a Lord/Warlord

>> No.30138450

Wait, you have to pay taxes on slingshot ammo? I just wanted to re-enact a mis remebered scene from I.T. The original series

>> No.30138453

Do PM funds pay you in dollar or PM? There's your answer?

>> No.30138485
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>> No.30138529


Ill probably buy some of those this year

>> No.30138541

Some fairly cheap meal ideas:
Biscuits and gravy (fantastic way to extend meat)
Fried rice
Hard boiled eggs
Pizza (make it yourself, it's stupid easy)
Every pasta dish known to man
Tuna/Chicken casserole
Baked potatoes/mashed potatoes as a side
Oatmeal cookies

Basically if it can be made with: potatoes, rice, flour, beans, eggs, etc. then it should be affordable. I don't know Euro pricing but eggs here in bumfuck Idaho are $0.09/each ($1/dozen). As such, eggs are your best friend ever.

How to eat cheaply:
>Chop tiny amount of meat up
>Chop vegetables up
>Add extender (rice for fried rice or curry, water for soup, noodles for pasta or casserole)
>Add spices

Good luck stackerbro!

>> No.30138547
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No, I don't think I will.

>> No.30138551

I dont understand can you dumb it down please

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$10 at $50 silver

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>> No.30138564

NYS is in fact tax free on PM purchases $1000 or more. Would not be surprised if NYC has its own kike tax on all purchases though.

>> No.30138581

Im not familiar with that ticker, is it a new mine?

>> No.30138599

>That pic
huh muh dicc!

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>> No.30138711

whats happens if you fold it up? thats the only problem I see with its adoption is if it gets all fucked up and unrecognizable

>> No.30138721

it's value preservation not investing

>> No.30138732


>> No.30138754

Just bought a little junk bundle for £19/oz. Feels good frens

>> No.30138761
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correct. this is why money should not be understood as a store of value, but rather: compression of work. refining is one of the aspects of the compression process is refining, which is included in the WORK concept but not the VALUE concept. spending the compression of work then decompresses it back into mechanical energy. ie: heres a piece of silver, be my slave now.

adopting this definition makes the selling points of PM that they do not lose stored work upon exchange, are fungible etc.

generally you want to invest in things which do not lose work and which may have speculative value added, such as real estate, gold etc.

this definition also makes it easier to understand how the central bank derives its power: they create work equivalents (billz) with negligible associated work: they get work for free, in short.

this is why the money should be backed by hemp. it is the best money, and will allow for the greatest support to common worker peasants, which are the vast majority of people. hemp is the truly democratic (in the good sense) thing to back currency.

>> No.30138764

Get Out !!

>> No.30138767

Tuna salad with crackers is fucking great and cheap and even my retarded ass can make pizza crust

>> No.30138798

>everyone sees the colors differently on their end.
What? The colors are the same on everyone’s screen

>> No.30138805

/pmg/ I kinda scared myself with the amount of money I've sunk into PMs over the last month. Anyone else feel this way?

>> No.30138808

>price of silver $18
>chainlink ORACLES won't accept the shorting fraud, know that if all of these other items priced as commodities are at X price and silver is in a lot of them it should be priced at Y price but this doesn't add up
>causes a conflict between the oracle's predicted price and the arbitrary price
>PeOpLe LoSt MoNeY!1!
fucking faggots don't even know what they're holding onto, glad they'll stay out of PMs til they're heavily invested in kneepads.

>> No.30138819

if fund profits are paid out in hyperinflated dollars your profits will melt away very quickly.

>> No.30138825
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Ok that’s the way it is in CT and MA but New York’s law is written so confusing. I’ll look if NYC has any taxes on pm’s thanks

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That's why I prefer karatbars

>> No.30138846

Those are awesome. No idea how I missed them. If they ever print Idaho, Texas, or Louisiana, I'll have to buy a stack.

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Top jej keep em cooming

>> No.30138894

I've put 350 of my 450 neetbux into silver. I'm too fat anyways.

>> No.30138919

Wesdome Gold Mines (tsx: WDO)

>> No.30138928

5,163% increase from current share price.

>> No.30138931

I'll just look for physical gold/other metals then.

>> No.30138958

>only to anti-circumcision advocacy groups.
Wait do these actually exist? If so I might start donating to charity

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>> No.30138997

The LA ones should have pirates on them..
The TX ones should have oil or cattle themes
No clue as to what Idaho should have on theirs

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i dunno, i've seen screenshots of stuff from the same thread and everyone's colors were all different, only the tripcode stays the same. you're red to me right now. are you red to yourself?

>> No.30139041

wait for other opinions I'm a retard

>> No.30139047

You sell first then move profits into pm’s and hold

>> No.30139048

I was on my way to the IRS in my bowrider when it sank. Sad!

>> No.30139050

food has gone up in price a lot here lately, theres no way i can get eggs even close to that price unless i go out of my way to some farmer, and even then its probably quite a bit higher.
the list is good though, ill try out some of your suggestions.

>> No.30139065

Just make sure to keep buying on the way down

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It's a good start.

>> No.30139094

ATH was at 11 and they are down to 6ish..

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if you timestamp once, you kind of have to timestamp every time after that...

who knows? maybe I'll fold a $1 when they arrive

these are worse; the bar is just going to be taken out of every bill someone recieves, then sold

shit, didn't know Alex Jones was such a BEAR

the LA ones will have negresses on them

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>> No.30139159

How big was your stack prior to the incident?

>> No.30139211
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Should I buy silver online? or in my local silver shop? I live in Mexico so I'm afraid I'm going to be scammed/robbed if I go to the local shop.

Also how much of my savings should I put into metals? I was thinking 30%

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too lazy for that fren

>> No.30139252

What are other mining stocks that are undervalued in that scenario?

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Also pretty sure the colors stay the same on everyone's screen. There are /pol/ fun threads sometimes where your color determines your documentation status for the SS officer.

>> No.30139274

somewhere between 1 and a million ounces

>> No.30139283
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Klondike -9.27%
Gayhorse -17.05%


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bloodstained men, intact america, brandon marotta ("american circumcision" docu) to name a few. there are also local groups.

also: ENGIES

>> No.30139361

Remember to set your amazon smile charity to foregen.

>> No.30139366
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Yes I am red to myself
>inb4 phonefag

>> No.30139403

>I live in Mexico
Just go take it directly of of the mine in your backyard.

>> No.30139409

"Gold is Dead, Move On" Billionaires Bet on Bitcoin:


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Thank you based editanon

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Heh (((they))) are still mad about Boer

>> No.30139482

oh wow i thought they were always random. good to know.

>> No.30139487

Gary Sinise Foundation for me, and nothings going to change that.

>> No.30139500

Def want me some Wilhelmina 10s. I salute you based Anon

>> No.30139514

it was because the contract operator forgot the difference between XAG and XAU
smoothbrains these days

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RED for me as well

>> No.30139548

they're kind of a meme, more of a political/social media lobbying group than a biomed research team. their paper was very embarrassing IMO, obviously targeted at intactivists instead of real scientisis. they also have more or less completely ignored neuro factors such as nerve grafts, axon self-repair, and other critically important things, focusing instead on reinventing known protocols like decellularization of a collagen matrix.

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Glad that you saw it today. I redid it last night. I felt bad because in my first edit I just used snipping tool instead of actually exporting the image because I was lazy. Since you're actually using it, I thought I would give you a better version.

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>> No.30139773

Hell yeah! Single potato for the 1, handful for the 10, and a mountain of spuds for the 50.

Picked up some extra shares of Bayhorse this morning. I'm now researching NVSGF for their lithium mines. Could be exciting.


Given that the gold is bound inside the polymer it should fold just fine. If I get my hands on a set I'll try and oragami them to see how they hold up.

Much obliged

>> No.30139785

here in canada american gold eagles and gold kruggers are taxed because they have too much copper content, while fine gold is tax free

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>Not using Tomorrow

>> No.30139827

Golden Eagle Coin doesn’t charge sales tax in NY regardless of the amount

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No bully stacklet. Just arrived, hope I will make it.

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will receive another one on Friday, hopefully this time some other year than 1932 and 1933

>> No.30139921

What the fuck? So bars are exempt? Am I reading that right? Monument still charged me tax for my bars when it was under $1000 hmmmm

>> No.30139935

my sides

>> No.30139950
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I'm using both! Because they're both great, one is just cleaner than the other now. Thanks again.

>> No.30139958

Mark Cuban on Twitter:

"Don't forget, Gold was a SOV built on technology. From picks and shovels to mining operations that keep trying to improve. Whoever could use the tech of the day to find and mine the most efficiently was the most rewarded. Much like Crypto is today. Gold is dead Peter. Move on."


The blatant lies about precious metals from high-level public figures are making me even more bullish.

>> No.30139978

That's truly bizarre. Sanctions against South Africa were lifted in what, 1990? Why would they still discriminate like this even today against SAM coins

>> No.30139990 [DELETED] 

If there is anyone out there that see's this and can understand my situation, my family has kicked me out over political bs, they are mostly progressive types and even though I haven't said anything clearly they planned on kicking me out once time settled, I'm only 25 and I've been forced into a homeless shelter my friends are all out of state so I can't even find a place to stay.
I really just need something so I can get a hotel room for a week and by then my friend from Omaha is gonna pick me up and let me stay with them but I swear if I have to stay with these crackheads one more night I'm gonna lose it, I put my BTC and ETH address below if you are able to help, I also have a cashapp I don't really care how I get something I just really badly need help right now and hoped maybe someone here could save my life literally.




>> No.30140028

>Hurrrrr Duurrrrr Slavic's are bad guys, African niggers are da best

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>awaiting shipment

It's not coming today, bros.

>> No.30140035

How do you clean your stained silver coins frens? Acetone? White vinegar? I read a lot that you're supposed to keep it immersed for 48 hours.

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>> No.30140103

>The blatant lies about precious metals from high-level public figures are making me even more bullish.
me too, fren. it's hilarious.

>> No.30140140

We're never going to see sub $20 silver again, are we?

>> No.30140141

Sorry should have posted link

Like ct and ma it looks like you have to spend 1000 to be tax exempt.

>> No.30140157

No begging, start your stack by sucking weiners for mercs :^)

>> No.30140159

Mark Cuban is sell out hack that ruined a good team and tries to suck SJW dick every chance he takes because he thinks pink hair lesbos and neckbeard basedboy libcuck numales will flock to his games if he likes trannie shit and anti america rhetoric..

fuck him

>> No.30140169

has any anon bought from bold previous metals before? Trying to avoid sales taxes. I want to know if they are reputable

>> No.30140175

def putting my next batch of crypto gains towards those. Which 10s are the cheapest? the most recent ones I assume

>> No.30140213

I have two of the gold versions.

>> No.30140220

u scrub it with a wire brush and vinegar

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looks like another week of nothing. this like Q anon all over again. getting strung along week after week

>> No.30140274

Mine hasn’t moved in over a week. Went through Texas and hasn’t been seen since.

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>> No.30140372

No one watches the NBA anymore. It is slowly dying.

>> No.30140377

yes theyre legit

>> No.30140392

That's misleading. Mormons give ten percent of their income to their church corporation under threat of going to hell and they call it "charitable giving". Complete B.S.

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No problem. Hit me up if you want anything else!

>> No.30140418

is that because there's no denomination stamped on the back?

>> No.30140422

unironically $1000
bought and lost on trading
what a stupid, now he cries on every /biz/ thread
don’t give him funds
I suggested him to take part in fucking fantastic justliquidity and hodl gem juld but sounds like he is too stupid to realize it

>> No.30140434

the quick and dirty method a lot of anon's use is the

>line it with aluminum foil
>dump baking soda on it
>add boiling water
>let it sit for awhile

boom, all clean.

>> No.30140502

yep, but dont overpay if you are in Burgerland, 10 Gulden Wilhelmina coins are a max. 3% premium coin

>> No.30140504

>previous metals
So what are they now?

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Noooo, not Alexis!

>> No.30140575

a wire brush?! that will scratch the shit out of the finish. don't ever do that.

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>> No.30140604

Nah, eurofag here. Do you get yours off ebay? Redpill me on cheap guldens good anon

>> No.30140617

Ah yes. Precious metals, the things that make all circuitry in the world function, are dead. Obviously there is zero demand for highly conductive materials that resist corrosion. These people are either fucking morons or malicious assholes.

>> No.30140652

Virtually everything in GDX and SILJ is undervalued if value is all you care for, as far as small caps are concerned see bottom of this list >>30135464

After BHS I recommend BLLG, VGLD and IRV

>> No.30140706

Ouch, brother.
I'll send some smoke and good vibes up that it gets to you promptly.

>> No.30140792

Precious* my bad

>> No.30140805

unlikely. we're in the middle of a climb that has not been like this since the 2011 $50 an oz situation.

>> No.30140834

https://shop.degussa-goldhandel.de/10-gulden-goldmuenze-wilhelmina (if in stock)

also check gold.de/aufgeldtabelle and buy whatever is cheapest, take some time and 10 Gulden will be there for 2-3%

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Actually they are probably the cheapest round available where I am... because I’m in Korea. KOMSCO also mints other rounds but they’re significantly more expensive even here for whatever reason.

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>> No.30141043

drive safe faggot

>> No.30141094

Looks comfy but please turn your phone sideways so we can enjoy these pictures better next time.

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You're a gentleman and a scholar. Thanks!

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good points right up until hemp-backed money, but you're right on the rest of it. I've been trying to suss out a way to explain the concept that 1 hour of work in 1935 earned 1 silver quarter (roughly 1/6th oz silver) which bought three loaves of bread in 1935, and is today still worth two loaves of bread, or one after the process of trading for a liquid exchange medium

>> No.30141252


What Musk, Saylor and Cuban have in common is that they're men of no account. Musk is simply a con-man and has been from day-one (the person to learn about this from in detail is Tesla Charts but simply have a look at www.tesladeaths.com for a start). Saylor scammed and defrauded his shareholders in 2000 and is so financially ignorant that he doesn't know what a bond yield is (also so arrogant that he simply deleted the tweet in question and admitted nothing). Mark Cuban got lucky in the Dotcom Bubble and that's the sole means by which he attained his riches. In our society it's the most worthless, the absolute froth who are permitted to rise to the top and have an important voice.

>> No.30141261

should I get one of these or a 1/4 krugerrand?

>> No.30141270

inflation means good ecomomy yet wages arent raising nor new jobs created, typically chutzpah

>> No.30141372

Sad, I mean really sad. But true. Time for a change /pmg/.

>> No.30141400
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2 Rand South Africa is 10x more based than a mass produced generic Krugerrand, but in the end you buy whatever has the lowest premium.

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>live in a shithole
>haha these stupid trends like buying out silver never happen here, I can stack in peace
>silver bars sold out today on the national mint website, only krugs with shitty premiums left

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>> No.30141519
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I’m particularly happy with this round.

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>> No.30141605

Im convinced that Musk saw the effects of the GME squeeze and when silver started getting mentioned he distracted attention from it by shilling BTC, essentially dumping 1 billion into and watching his money double and refocusing the attention of the WSB and reddit crowds to BTC. Then he cashes out (not before shorting a fuck ton of it) and watches it crash and moves the liquidity into PMs, mainly silver.

There are no more Captains of Industry, just Robber Barons and Paper Thieves

>> No.30141642

I would take it a step further: these people have proven to be malleable pawns who spout talking-points that have been pre-approved for them by whomever you deem to be in power (oligarchy, tech giants, government, etc.). They are controlled puppets. You can watch the show Shark Tank, for example, and see Cuban, O'Leary, John making masonic hand signals. I would wager that these billionaires are people who were compromised by some group early on, and thus were allowed to have an easy path to success, so long as they don't stray off-course from their handlers' directives.

>> No.30141758

2 Rands have a lower premium and were all minted during Apartheid. They also have a badass looking guy in a powdered wig on the front

>> No.30141851
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maybe just have a think about the hemp-backed currency. whatever is monetised increases in value, hemp would be a great thing to increase in value.

hemp is easy to grow**
hemp rehabilitates depleted soil**
hemp clothes are great**
hemp textiles are great**
hemp bricks
hemp... plane!? https://www.unilad.co.uk/technology/inventor-builds-worlds-first-plane-made-entirely-from-hemp

NB the total silver supply is only 5 b ounces - less than 1.2 oz per person. how will you contend with this very low supply in the PM of highest supply?

>> No.30141856

Exactly, cheap right now. Great company with great management, no debt, self financing new mine in Quebec into production with zero dilution using cash flows from operating gold mine in Ontario. Lots of cash in the bank. Nothing has changed with the story since August except they found more high grade and Kiena is closer to restaring. AISC is around $900.

>> No.30141876

Silver doubled since last march. Did they?

>> No.30141939

if goldberg wants my silver hes gotta pay 1000 and ounce

>> No.30141941
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oh hey, on the topic of silver cleaning, has anyone ever used a traditional jewlers cleaning cloth? i have one for my regular 925 silver jewelry, but never thought to try using it on my 999 stuff. would it be abrasive? would it fuck up the finish? seems alot easier then doing the aluminum foil baking soda bath.

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I really want one of these Kruger ponds, minted by the South African Republic before the Boer War. They are naturally a bit expensive though putting it mildly.


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Thank you, anon. I thought I saved that one but I'm so glad you reposted it

>> No.30142248
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>They also have a badass looking guy in a powdered wig on the front

That would be Jan van Riebeeck, the first governor of Cape Colony.

I'm glad you like the R2 coin, but desu the reason why it sells at a discount is that there's a general consensus that his portrait on the coin was a bit botched.

By contrast, here's how he looks on old banknotes.

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>> No.30142268
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>BHS is keeping my portfolio alive

>> No.30142283

it looks round to me

>> No.30142346

But it's down 10% today?

>> No.30142370

based and dementiapilled

>> No.30142404
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When does komsco drop the '21 releases?

>> No.30142447
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You won't find a silver stock on earth that was pricing in $11 silver during the March 2020 flash-crash. DV for example was 150% higher in March 2020 than it was when silver was $14.

We've answered this objection about fifty times now and are fairly bored of it. If you bought any number of select silver stocks like Vangold, Callinex, Eloro, you're already up 10x from a 40% increase in the silver price.

Thanks very much for your thoughts anons.

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But unlike with Q, you at least got your shiny silver to keep.

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I hope PANMAN likes my attempt at a gold mine.

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>> No.30142616

You are missing all his african buddies in there.

>> No.30142628
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>bars ... which have been manufactured ... for a(n) ... esthetic ... purpose.
First majestic and Asahi bars tax exempt confirmed.

>> No.30142676

>IPT march 1 2020: 0.3100
>IPT march 1 2021: 0.9000

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>> No.30142888

Hi guys. I've never, ever entered this thread. Been a /biz/reali for a few years now. Never had enough money to buy any precious metals, but I have made a lot from crypto and now I think is the time to diversify a little. I'd like to buy some silver. I'm from the UK. Is there a retard's guide to buying silver?
I don't want paper silver, or silver miner, I want to have the real deal that I can hold in my hand. I don't want to pay a premium. I'd like to pay as little as possible. I'd also like it if the government kept their fucking nose out, if possible.
I'd be willing to buy $10k worth of silver in one go if it was convenient enough.

>> No.30142923

99% of you pussies on 4chan will die the moment shit hits the fan.

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>> No.30143000

havent checked my protfolio in a week
and my order at 0.16CAD was filled last week apparently

>> No.30143044

id check around garage sales and try to pick up some cheap silverware from a clueless boomer

>> No.30143061

Shit never hits the fan overnight. Chances are no matter what happens you have at least a few months to maneuver. This isn't an IRL Hollywood production where everything turns upside down in the first five minutes of screen time, even if it sometimes might feel that way.

>> No.30143083

I've been under a rock for a while - what's this I'm hearing about AUN being dicey now? I've been mostly "set it and forget it" for my silver miners but if they'res an obvious problem I should probably sell off aurcana for something else..

>> No.30143101

if those with subsequent whealth dies when shtf who will still live ? you with your usd ? lol and dont say me that mad max bullshit, it will just turn in you sucking my cock for a dime

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>> No.30143228

Garage sales aren't really a thing here. We have something called car-boot sales, but the people who frequent them are usually fairly savvy. You can find the odd antique for fuck all if you're lucky but nobody is stupid enough to sell silver for nothing.
This is useful but seems quite American. I'm English.

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please to realise good sir, this is the first time JR miner bagholders are not in the red.

please, this is all i have left.

>> No.30143275

>We've answered this objection about fifty times now and are fairly bored of it. If you bought any number of select silver stocks like Vangold, Callinex, Eloro, you're already up 10x from a 40% increase in the silver price.
I think his point is that because Impact didn't move as much then it's not as good an investment

>> No.30143363

Oh if you're in the UK, chances are your best option may be simply the Royal Mint itself.


>> No.30143412

Not everyone is a weak cunt like you. Why do you project your insecurities on others? Because you know you're not gonna make it and hope others are as ill prepared as you?

>> No.30143419

See the OP anon

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ (UK)

>> No.30143433

I genuinely believe the bubble will pop soon so I'm closing nearly all of my positions, liquidating assets, using credit to get as much silver as I can.

>> No.30143458

Shame that there isn't a euro-wide price comparison.

>> No.30143466

I bet most of you guys are below water on your gold lol retards

>> No.30143496

If you believe the bubble will pop you will want to hold cash to buy cheapies

>> No.30143601

Good post. I feel like the sense of dread and urgency, along with the notion of total collapse, is something that is forced on us. It doesn't sound logical that, if the world dumps the dollar as reserve currency, that the US would literally go into the dumpster overnight. It might be weeks before most Americans even are aware of it. Defensive measures are prudent, but spending tens of thousands of dollars on supplies and gear, instead of, say, gold and silver stocks, is simply just succumbing to marketing ploys of the prepper community and the manufacturers that profit off of it.

>> No.30143617
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I put together about 1100toz silver and 9toz gold at 15 and 1200 respectively. Put all my savings over 500 into it while in grad school. Lol.

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Can't buy cheapies when nobody's selling or if premiums adjust upwards to accommodate for the drop

>> No.30143624

You fags are the ones projecting, none of you larping operators will survive in a shtf scenario and it’s funny af seeing comments that your going to be anything other than someone getting assfucked and killed alphas on the street.

>> No.30143637

If the bubble pops cash will be the cheapies and commodities will be expensivies right?

>> No.30143669

see >>30143496
not only to buy cheapies but to be liquid enough so you can survive three to six months without terminating your stack.

>> No.30143736

No seriously what makes you think you know everyone's story that posts here

>> No.30143748

His pronoun is plural, not singular, so he's referring to all the stocks on the list and casting doubt on the general principle that silver stocks offer enormous leverage to the price of silver. As far as Impact Silver is concerned that's already trading at 30x cash flow and has carried a producer premium for years. By early 2020 it had already run up 3x from its 2015 low. Impact isn't a genuine microcap, it's simply a small cap. It has even traded above 1 CAD sometimes so not even technically a penny stock from one point of view. It's a good "core" stock to have in your portfolio of small caps, but we'd need to see something like $200 or $300 silver before it would go 100x.

>> No.30143798

I know that 99% of the people that post here are retarded half wits like you.

>> No.30143848

Klondike has their mining rights revoked until Nov. sell that shit ngiga.

>> No.30143866

if there is a deflationary spike people WILL be selling anon, everybody's wealth will be shrinking before their eyes and people will begin fearing getting laid off. That's the deflationary scare
No, you've got it the other way around. If the bubble pops everything will dump. If the bubble keeps getting bigger and never stops then cash is trash
yeah good point too, everybody will be starved for cash

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quads of truth checked...

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OTOH hand I don't find it too outrageous to believe a cascading bank failure WOULD have repercussions overnight. I think, more than inflation, that is the risk with rising silver - that the rising price clashes with their suppression methods to break the derivatives system and cause a failure.

Were there to be the dreaded cascading bank failure it would take everybody's money and access to money with it in maybe a week. It takes time for logistics to be rebuilt when you no longer have a bank providing 30 day credit to smooth things along. I suspect supply chain disruptions would be extensive and, not even considering that, credit cards and ATMs would no longer work and the banks would be closed, with the account holdings being used to bail in the banks per Obama era legislation.

I'm not saying it will happen, but it's one potentiality.

>> No.30143955

>thinks his collection of Funko Pops and CapeShit will save him from SHTF scenarios
>doesnt own a gun bc his weak soiboi frame cant lift a AR15, much less even a stripped lower
>Thinks he is smart because he can rattle of 6454896256 made up genders

KYS non- fren.. KYS quickly and soon..

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>> No.30143997

I guess I would agree with you but my work is to protect the property of the corporate from the poor. If things get bad I'll still be getting paid to protect these assets. Also stacking food helps, I'll hopefully be able to trade food for jewelry and junk.

>> No.30144036

More projection. You probably don't even think civilians should own guns.

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Canada goes first.

>> No.30144107

based komrad

>> No.30144114

How much do you weigh?

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>> No.30144191

Something else, you guys really know nothing about money or currency. Gold and silver are just valuable commodities. Throughout history the vast majority of TRANSACTIONS were done with credit based on trust. Only trade between tribes/villages/nations do you see commodities being used as a means of exchange but this trade only coalesced until recently and there were more people in medieval Europe and the Roman Empire transacting with credit or copper than with gold or silver. The average person in history never saw a gold coin or even a silver coin in their life because only elites, bankers and merchants used them to trade with each other because they never trusted each other. The only periods where regular peasants used silver coins were rather rare and abnormal. No matter how you feel about crypto (I’m against bitcoin) it’s the future of money and will be money because money is nothing but a means to an end, ie a medium of exchange.

>> No.30144299

Down 15% on silver if you compare my purchase prices averaged out per ounce vs. spot price.
Substantially up if you compare my purchase price averaged out per ounce vs. physical delivery of the same exact bars today.

>> No.30144319

trust backed by PMs retard

>> No.30144363

cute owl

>> No.30144390

>because only elites, bankers and merchants used them to trade with each other
That's exactly where I see myself after the next correction, though I'm no merchant or banker.

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ya i know right? can you believe the majority view is to have PM backed currency? its like hello? you want to have order 6201 again? duh. really no knowledge of history.

like with >>30143798, who does not seem to realise you can BUY protection w PMs, as was done for 2k+ years and is the literal basis of the chuckianity enslavement thing.

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paper silver go down
physical silver go up

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>look guys I’m a heckin operator and seal team 6 veteran with 209 kills under my notch
Kys faggot, you’re one of the first fags that will die in shtf event and your precious gun won’t save you.

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Been a smoker for over 10 years. About a pack a day, which is a solid 210 dollars a month easy in my area. Think I'm going to use silver to help quit. Every time I think about going for a pack of ciggies, I can just toss the money I'd have spent into a PM collection jar or something. Anyone got tips for me to stay off them for good?

Also ASEs are getting so fucking expensive bros. You arent finding any on ebay less than 40 each.

>> No.30144517

Nice build fren

>> No.30144548

>buy projections
What stops you from a gang of armed individuals from raping your ass and stealing your gold? Totally clueless lol

>> No.30144562

You should buy them from Chugs, you can get them for like 15-20% on the dollar.

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I’m starting to think this, spot is going down due to large bank paper manipulation.


>every seller has premiums going up for gold and silver, they’re constantly sold out, and it takes like 10 days to get any shipments

>MY THEORY: large institutions & nations are shorting the fuck out of commodities on paper to buy the physical assets for cheap. That way during the inevitable crisis (whether in one year or 30) they’re sitting pretty

>> No.30144592

Start chewing gum/brushing your teeth/ using a miswak/ or drinking water to replace the oral habit.

>> No.30144653

My acres of land and TONS of food AND my guns will save me lol. What do you have?

>> No.30144665

You’re dumb. Trust backed by community. The vast majority of people in history even in medieval Europe or ancient Roman Empire never used gold or silver. They sold each other good and services on credit and then topped up at the end of the month, half year, year with other sorts of goods or toil.

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I say just buy on a schedule.

>if poor: get small oz old euro/latin american gold (usually not a bad deal close to spot)

>if not poor: every month put 400-600 aside to buy a 1/4 oz american gold eagle or krugerrand if not in the usa

>> No.30144741

The "sell to us price" on JMBullion items makes me laugh every time. Do they honestly think anyone is going to sell them a 3,200$ bar for 2,600$ because MUH SPOT

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>What stops you from a gang of armed individuals from raping your ass and stealing your gold?

answer: a fucking gang of armed individuals

arguably, if you cant convince a gang of grugs to protect you, you have no business being in possession of so much money if theft is a real concern. if you can't get a gang of loyal grugs, that's your problem. you'd have the option to buy protection from someone that could control a pack of grugs.

lmao. fucking uncivilised caveman thinks everyone is just dying to join a roving fucking gang. protip: they aren't. youre 'projecting'

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>The average person in history never saw a gold coin or even a silver coin in their life

>> No.30144783

From what? You’re a wet noodle, a dozen armed individuals will kill you and take your gold. What then? Hire another group to defend you? But then they’ll just rape your ass and steal your shit so you hire yet another group to keep tabs on that group? LoL

>> No.30144789

Local shop, give it a call, make it qith reputablw onea and you will be fine! Buy 40mm coin protectors on Mercadolibre they are like 800 pesos for each 100 capaules,or if you want to avoid risk of being "tagged" by enployees appear randomly in any Banco Azteca and buy what they have of course they carry a hefty premium (currently around 38 dollars per ounce) but you can see it as a premium for safety

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Need baker bros.

>> No.30144855

agreed, just fomo'd into buying 5 more oz last night.

i've noticed this too. all the big guys, sold out. wait lists like crazy. they've all said that they will not make march deliveries for many orders because of backorders. all the LCS's have been stripped clean of silver. they can keep trying to pound down the spot price but an oz is already $50 on ebay for most shit.

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the confederacy actually wanted a larger empire version of this they were going to call “the golden circle” (invade north mexico and carribbean, plans drawn up behind closed doors).

>look it up very interesting history

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>answer: a fucking gang of armed individuals

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You have given up already faggot, projection at it's finest
Most silver stackers stack brass , lead and tin as well, unless your a fucking plebbitor tourist

>> No.30144981

the primary issue with using it to back currency is that there's no way to manage the supply
anyone with enough land and a modest amount of skill will he able to grow their own money, which will dilute the buying power of everyone else in the market. The limited supply of silver and gold is one of the things that makes it ideal money.

I agree that hemp is a godsend in terms of utility, it just doesn't make for sound money

>> No.30144997

here we go


>> No.30145010

Lol you're right, my very large family who live within the same square mile of me will be totally overrun by feral niggers. We own nvgs and have very large open areas, it would be literal carnage for anyone to try to get to my front gate let alone my home. How poor are you?

>> No.30145033

By this logic you should just spread your asshole to any threat in advance

>> No.30145052

If you actually think the average Roman was paid in silver coins you clearly have not read history or thought logically about how their economy worked.

>> No.30145072

I do on my other computer

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based suburban militiaman, unironically the founding fathers wanted a modern state with hoplites

>free armed men, because a man who wont take ownership of/protect themselves forfeits their rights to self determination & the ability to dictate the course of the free state

>> No.30145149

They were paid in silver coins.

>> No.30145199

>le epic armed militiarino man that gets his ass raped to death when shtf

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Old Lizzy and young, hot Lizzy.

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>> No.30145246

and salt too at one point (literally where “salary“ comes from). I believe romans had hyperinflation due to mass coin production as they used less and less silver in each coin to pay off debt (sound familiar???)

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>If you actually think the average Roman was paid in silver coins you clearly have not read history or thought logically about how their economy worked.

>> No.30145314

lol they weren’t, they were paid in copper coins. Only soldiers were paid in silver and most of Rome’s silver ended up in India in some nobles treasure hoard.

>> No.30145342

you clearly don't have a significant population of the melaninated where you live, do you desu
let the bread card shut off for a week and you'll have a horde of starving subsaharan animals killing and eating anything that moves--after fucking it, of course

>> No.30145346

Holding 10k shares of Bayhorse, will I make it bros?

>> No.30145349

>literally gave up the empire just because
>meanwhile george was half greek and his dad was a hardcore greek nationalist that fought turkey when every power tried to stop hin

ohh what could’ve been :’’’(

>> No.30145423

>wanting to be the average person
it's like you're missing the point of buying silver

>> No.30145426

Since when do soldiers represent the average Roman back then?

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>> No.30145465

Oh, so the dozens of armys that sized in tens of thousands of people were paid in silver?. Bro you sound like a fucking retard. Go back to Manila you fuckin subhuman

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>that child-sized headless fucknugget

>> No.30145512

Even an unskilled labourer was paid a denarius a day, mate.

>> No.30145559

It’s amazing how a low IQ can operate the Internet.

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