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Pikmim Stacking Edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers
https://libertycoin.com/ (US)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
https://www.silburycoins.co.uk/ (Ancient)
https://www.luciteria.com/ (Other rare metals)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

>Numismatic search

>News and graphs

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



>Nitric acid, magnets, and ping test

Previous Thread: >>56078392

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I love that game, 'ate shrooms though simple as

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Post birb silver.

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birb silber :DDD

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Silber birbs

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>> No.56089555

how long did you have to wait for the can approval? what did you get?

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birb coin

Checked. Still waiting on the cans (and will for 6 more months or so), but I got 3 from SilencerCo: Omega 300, Omega 9K, and Osprey 9. The 9k will go on my MP5, the Osprey will got on my Scorpion, and rhe 300 will go on my La Rue AR. Still need to eForm 1 the Scorpion though.

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love me silver n gold
simple as

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I'm not into gold but I'm probably gonna buy that chicken ad some point.

>> No.56089751

Cute pamp bar, I want one

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Based Swiss Franc owner.

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Two birds

>> No.56089843

I like the Hindu coins what are they?

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It's a nice cock, ngl.

I'm into the Franxx, but only have the two I posted prior.

>> No.56089993

What's the point of stacking silver? I don't get the silver ends the fed meme. If you're looking to condense as much of your wealth as possible into the smallest volume in a way that doesn't tarnish or deteriorate over time, wouldn't gold be the best option every time?

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Silver and gold have different prospects. Silver has substantially more industrial uses than gold, while gold has a stronger chance at remonetization. There is more to say about it, but I think those are the most important differences.

>> No.56090030

what does industrial use imply for silver? price volatility?

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what's the point of FUDing one of only two monetary metals that exist in a thread dedicated to stacking PMs

not everything is about condensing wealth into the tiniest volume per square inch

>> No.56090047

>being this paranoid about your investments.
nigga i was just asking

>> No.56090048

Its Lakshmi, god of wealth.

>> No.56090069

Prices arise out of an interplay between supply and demand. Growing industrial demand means rising prices unless met with increased supply. Because silver is a finite resource, increasing demand will result in higher prices.

However, silver prices currently are being manipulated. Ultimately, sufficient tension between supply and demand will break the manipulation. That is likely to slingshot silver prices upwards.

>> No.56090095

Keep in mind that this general is CONSTANTLY bombarded with fud of various kinds. One common strategy is to try and set gold stackers against silver stackers. We get a little defensive about it.

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One more

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Pretty based

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Silver=money (in quite a few languages)

>> No.56090300

How many years did they make these?

>> No.56090347

My question for is ,which appreciates more with inflation, gold or silver

>> No.56090358

Fuck forgot to put the you in "for you is",dammit now I look like an esl

>> No.56090371

>$1.55 in 1971= 11.70 today 1383% gain on $23 spot price
>$35=264 today

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Postin Francs etc

>> No.56090458

I haven't been on /pmg/ in forever. I don't think I've bought any silver since May. All of a sudden I got that itch again. I have a preference for constitutional silver. Looking at my stash, it appears I need 4 Franklin halves and 8 Walking halves to finish off a couple tubes.

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Kooka reporting

>> No.56090568

There are 2 years of KOMSCO phoenixes now.

That's frankly a nice stack.

>> No.56090583

Inflation is complicated because it doesn't enter the market evenly. But keep in mind that it isn't the value of goods and services going up with inflation, it is the value of the money going down. So, from a pure inflation perspective, ignoring other market factors, silver and gold prices would move in the same way.

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>pollutes the end of last thread kvetching about cherrypicking from years when the government-mandated gold price peg was in effect
>proceeds to cherrypick 1971 himself, when the $35/oz USD:Gold peg was finally broken, without acknowledging that gold's USD price was prevented from reacting to the more than tenfold increase in M2 money supply from 1933 to 1971 whereas the $1.55 average price of silver in 1971 was not legally suppressed like gold at $35/oz and better reflected its market value.
>In spite of all the best advantages a projectiontard cherrypicker could hope for, silver *still* outperformed gold when they each reached their peak in 1980.

Holy fucking shitwit LMAO, go play in a sandbox or something more appropriate for someone of your eminently evident abilities...

>> No.56090671

Silver is pretty cool
Gold is pretty cool
I just like shiny rocks

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That was my very first kook! I bought a few other ones after.

>> No.56090744

I know that services don't change only the money changes value ,like how a loaf of bread throughout history is worth the rough estimate of a silver dime ,or a silver quarter but is worth 3-4 dollars in usd today,I'm asking which option Is better for preserving wealth and also making better gains compared to inflation ,in my opinion it'd be gold second silver third platinum or paladium i get the two confused but still it's to volatile compared to silver and gold.

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Personally I like pumping gold because I don't want silverfrens to be posting pink wojacks for the next 10 years while us goldfrens are buying beach houses.

it doesn't matter, the demoralization campaign against gold and silver will continue until the last dying breath of the old system. By talking about inflation and precious metals you are just steering people away from pms because anybody can see, pms have been worthless for keeping up with inflation.

>> No.56090872

Hmm your post seems conflicting ,either way I think I'm gonna stop arguing rn and just lurk ,I've said what I want to in the last thread so if people still wanna buy silver then they gotta hold it for decades and not complain about it not keeping up with gold ,I wanna see what other have to say that's isn't just reposting others stack

>> No.56090901

So your question isn't about inflation, it's about other market factors. Hard to say. If gold is remonetized internationally, I can't imagine anything making more gains faster. If gold isn't remonetized, then silver will probably beat it due to industrial demand. That's my simple-minded take on it.

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>if people still wanna buy silver then they gotta hold it for decades and not complain about it not keeping up with gold
You don't know that. You're just assuming, or parotting what others are saying. And nobody knows what the future holds exactly. That's why i stacked both.

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1oz bars are sexo

>> No.56091002

>1935 LB

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ever wonder why theres no onion futures? probably not
Anyway, your hunt bros squeeze does not reflect any market fundamentals. Anytime that is brought in as a true measure of the value of silver, you can comfortably dismiss anything that writer has to say. Gaslighting their way to buy from them, or store your metals with them is usually the end goal of these writers. Im sorry you fell for it. Objectively, gold has outperformed silver historically. You can buy silver because of supply or moonshot potential, but you cannot ever make a good case its a great store of value or even tracks inflation. It does not track inflation at all. Your essential argument is that if you have a crystal ball, you can buy at troughs and sell at peaks and potentially, theoretically come out ahead. While also preaching DCA. Ive stepped away from silver in thee last few years. Its more speculative, for schemers. The whole covid bump "squeeze" was merely the arbitrage between london and new york bars not being equal and not interchangeable. Dealers sold this "squeeze" shit as hard as they could and cashed in big time. looking back, I should have sold all my silver. I could have cashed in. But thats not normal human psychology. It was the end of the world and the end of monetary system after all. Now when the next huge pump happens, are you going to go out and sell everything?

>> No.56091088

JPM paying billions in fines and traders going to prison is not gaslighting. Claiming it's gaslighting is gaslighting.

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This is hype. Don't buy the hype. Buy the cheapies when they come. I stopped buying last fall when they pulled that silversqueeze stunt, and the dealers premiums shot up. I didn't buy again until the next cheapies (March) and then not until the next cheapies (July). Now I'm waiting for another dip. Hopefully soon, but I'm patient and will wait.

> Now when the next huge pump happens, are you going to go out and sell everything?
Sell silver(=money) for what exactly? It doesn't really make sense. Once you have real money, you keep it until you want to buy something.

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The problem you talk about is mainly due to the greed some people have. However, there are those that want to drain the Comex because they want to expose the derivatives being put on the market so people will look and easily understand the suppression scam and jump out of fiat and into precious metals.

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>JPM has been buying silver aggressively since 2008
>still hasn't sold off anything substantial for the amount they hold

Do you think JPM isn't going to make out like bandits when their accumulating is done and they flip the switch on the narrative?

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i never claimed that, im not sure if youre trying to be funny gaslighting me or not on that. anyway, besides the obvious, why 1971 is important is the government took the brakes off gold, they let the market set the price, and in the resulting decades, it exploded. They did that to silver back in the mid 1800s i think. Are we really wanting the government to tell us what are metals are worth? they did that for hundreds of years with the GSR. Im discouraged you trust the governments if you do believe that. The GSR is arbitrary number they changed at whim to suit their needs, read up on sir newton. i wonder what number they would pick this time.
the main problem with pms is they hard to deal with. the settlement mechanisms are not as beautifully simplistic as USTs. King dollar rules the world in ease of use and demand. It will strengthen beyond what you think is possible. No other nation is willing to go into such debt as to supply the world with a trading currency. the world is crying for dollars, they cant get enough. the brics thing is a hail mary, they have no choice, its pure desperation.

you need to dig very deep, and at the end youll find out they were buying for china and the industrial demand. You know who else is buying? Central banks. Gold. As much and they can get. Historic amounts.

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I'm of the opinion that JPM is waiting for the right time to sell silver for renewable energy technology. A silver deficit is coming over the next few decades, but when it will accelerate is anyone's guess.

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>It will strengthen beyond what you think is possible.
It will never strengthen when it keeps on being inflated with money creation. Nations are only screaming for USD because OPEC oil is marked up in it by agreement. We all know that's coming to an end in the next decade with BRICS and the US will soon find out the true value of its USD when the ones being held by foreign nations have a spending spree, buying up land and commodities in mass.

>> No.56091282

They're selling right now, not accumulating. Recently they added another 14 million oz to registered. Where is their big pile?
Government doesn't set prices. They can set fixed exchange rates for their currency for one thing but nothing more. Yes, they can try to set prices but that just leads to shortages and arbitrage opportunities. Bimetallism can only work with a floating exchange rate according to market value. Whether it's based on gold or silver doesn't really matter but I guess gold makes more sense because silver is more useful industrially.

>> No.56091294

What was the pegged GSR?

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there is a belief out there that there is a coordinated effort to destroy the dollar. youll find articles of de-dollarization where sovereign nations are using their local currency to do world trade. No other nation comes remotely close to what the dollar is doing. The dollar provides liquidity. Thats the important part. No other nation can put together a system of debt and currency issuance. I think many people seem to misunderstand whats going on with the de-dollarization. Give meaning behind something, and it will change your reality. If you believe the de-dollarization movement is taking place and the dollar is bad and is going to fail, and youre not going to have a future life if you stay in it, your subconscious will start to react to that information. If you believe the housing market will crash you might stay in an apartment. When nations are doing transactions outside the dollar, they are forced to. They might say they are choosing to, but they are because of the dollar shortage taking place. And they usually quietly exchange whatever currency for USD anyway later. Yes, there is a dollar shortage taking place. Its the feds liabilities. The demand for the feds liabilities is intense. It will blow your mind. Write a contract. Payable in gold. No one knows about it. Think about the amont of contracts written that needs gold. No one knows how many contracts exist, and no one knows how much gold is needed. The only thing we know is there is far more contracts than gold. Same thing ffor dollars. No one knows, its an insane number. No one knows how many contracts are due in dollars. Everyone is looking for USD and everyone else is hording them. Whats really happening is there is not enough liquidity to do all the transactions.



>> No.56091456

What’s wrong with LBs? Restrikes are valid coins still, just less of a premium.

>> No.56091495
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We could argue about the current details all day, but I don't see the point anymore when I can just sit back and watch this multi-polar world grow over time. BRICS for example is going to have six new members next year, with some of them being critical to western global trade such as Egypt with the Suez Canal and oil with Saudi Arabia. The funny thing about being a global empire implementing sanctions is that it is a double edge sword. Do it enough times and you sanction yourself. I'm just watching the American empire crumble with intrigue and reporting on its current trajectory.

>> No.56091512

That map ignores India’s membership.

>> No.56091521

Is that female Jackson?

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when the dollar was first a thing with the fed, with an elastic money supply, they were there to provide liquidity, currency to facilitate all the trades. And then when the economy slowed down, they would pull all that money back. It was created to deal with the boom and bust system, because the more transaction, the more need for currency, and the more hoarding of wealth happenes at the same tiime. When the most industrious among us start to accumulate their profits, the gold, the currency, that deprives the rest of us, and the fed would interject money to keep the commerce flow going. he world loved it. Went crazy over it. They started exchanging gold for USD, because what was important was transactions could continue and the spice could flow. It provided the liquidity, what was important. Well it came to august of 71 and they wanted to trade all those dollars for gold. Now they wanted security instead of liquidity. The US had to go into massive debt to supply all of this. The Triffin paradox. How do you supply the world a currency when you are an exporter of goods? You have to buy their shit. Thats why the US moved from a manufacturing base to a consumer. We started selling off massive amounts of debt and living like kings. The cantillion effect. which says manufacturing and bringing in new stuff elevates your standard of living and leads you to poverty unless you figure out a way to bring new money in. then greshams law kicked in which is bad money chasing now good. The end of the gold standard was because it was all hoarded. Same thing is happening with dollars, everyone is hoarding dollars, and when you have a different currency used, thats the BAD currency
. Bad chasing out good. A new currency is introduced that seems good, but its not. But the people are convinced of it. Triffens delima, cantillion effect, and greshams law, the coordinated effort is to fool you into thinking the dollar is failing. Dollars are getting harder to find

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>> No.56091551

This is starting to make retardedly good sense, what happens if china dumps a large portion of its USD holdings though?

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>I'm just watching the American empire crumble with intrigue and reporting on its current trajectory

I think you underestimate the power/wealth that Globohomo has.

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the fed knows the debt is unsustainable. and that is how the new money is introduced, through debt. So the brics are stepping up to fill the void. Its not about destroying the dollar, its about dealing with the lack of dollars. thats the real meaning. i drink your milkshake.

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if a bird becomes pure silver, does it mean it is still a bird?
what is a penguin that can fly? what is SORA without its card? what if an anteater eats spiders? there are so many questions without answers

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Avaste ye lubbers!
Anchors aweigh!

>> No.56091603

China is not going to do that. It’s a pointless exercise. Such a fire sale would be aimed at hurting the value of US Treasuries, thereby causing yields to spike. That would be a big deal because the 10-year Treasury rate serves as the benchmark for other forms of credit. Borrowing costs on everything from auto loans and mortgages to business debt would surge. A fire sale would cause its own holdings to lose value. that would reduce the amount of foreign reserves Beijing has at its disposal to defend its currency and maintain financial stability. China also has limited alternatives for what to do with all its excess cash. And holding onto the cash would risk allowing China’s own currency to strengthen too much, which tends to be deflationary. Its nuclear option that would make their largest and most important trade partner, the US not be able to buy all their shit anymore.

>> No.56091670

What if they follow their own history, throw their own people under the bus with deflation. Revalue or create a new type of yuan. They have plenty of gold.

>> No.56091708

>deflation…is LE BAD
That’s a narrative largely pushed by the people who have the most to lose from deflation.

>> No.56091740

I'm just trying to learn. That's why these threads are so good. Could you explain your position further?

>> No.56091768

That’s remarkably beautiful. Be blessed, anon

>> No.56091781

the "deflation is bad" line mostly refers to hyperdeflation, which is incredibly damaging to an economy

medium to longer term deflation, while considered bad by (((economists))) is a positive thing if you believe in honest money

they would argue it's inefficient and inflation encourages economic activity, I would counter that not all economic activity is worthwhile and inflation creates horrible inefficiencies

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As I posted before, let alone an anon will tell more.
I had a dream of Gold being $2,800 an ounce and Silver being $49 an ounce.

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Anyone have stats on recent Yotsuba or Holo coin sales? I've got a couple extras I'm thinking of listing.

>> No.56091860

Thanks for the getting the noggin joggin

>> No.56091888
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Deflation is seen as bad because it can destroy corporate profits due to employee's wages getting stronger, thus kickstarting redundancies which in tern creates less spending in the economy. Personally I view deflation as the economy correcting itself by getting rid of pointless business ventures. Keynesians hate it because they believe in infinite growth in a finite world which is why they do not give a shit about stealing from the future with ever increasing fiat credit.

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I don't see anything contradictory in my post.
>gold > silver and will be the monetary metal of the future
>until that day prepare to look retarded while pms fail to track with inflation.
>don't tell people that pms protect you from inflation because they won't. They will likely see this lie and then believe precious metals are a worthless investment.

>> No.56091960

Interesting, how would this play out for gold or silver hoarders?

>> No.56091967

lets be honest pmg bros, literally nothing is happening. all the precious metals content creators just say the same lines then shill the mining company that pays them

>> No.56091975

What if I just want my money out of the system and I'm prepared to lose 10% when I sell it back for cash. After I bought a house, On paper I look like I haven't been able to save for 15 years. But I have a shitload of gold and silver.

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That's what I've been wondering about. I plan to convert most of my silver into gold but I'm getting this feeling that I should wait for some opportunity like you just described

>> No.56091995

I averaged about $160 per holo when i sold mine, iirc

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The value of gold and silver against the fiat currency deflating would drop. Thing is, that will never happen. What will happen is that gold revaluation will be used so the banksters can create more liquidity for themselves. They have already admitted it.

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>> No.56092040

Yes thats I've been saying, all they do is make drawn-out out videos reading kitco articles and posing the question for the viewer(can x y and z moonshot in 2 more weeks?mabye, I don't know but it could though?)ignore those cult of personalitys and just focus on saving more money and looking for good deals

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Still got a few oddball kooks I want to pick up but the current obsession is boats

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>Post birb silver

>> No.56092140

Thank you

>> No.56092151

Where do people sell them, ebay?

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>hunt bros squeeze does not reflect any market fundamentals.

Nor does gold's price of $35 in 1971 reflect any market fundamentals. Anytime that is brought in as the starting point to demonstrate the performance of gold, or whenever future projections of gold's potential performance are made which draw from the price action of the metal immediately after the overly abused and unsustainable 1933-1971 $35/oz price peg broke, you can comfortably dismiss anything that writer has to say as well.

Yes, objectively over the span of 3 centuries the GSR has mooned from 1:15-17 to as high as 1:120, but since the globally coordinated demonetization of silver in the 1870s it periodically falls to 1:30 or lower in times of geopolitical, economic or monetary uncertainty. I find the notions proposed by some goldbugs here that the GSR will continue on that anomalous trajectory and reach 1:300 or higher just as absurd as the Bix Weirdoids claiming the GSR will crash to 1:5 or 1:1. If one is a chucklehead and buys silver high/DCAs when the ratio is low then it is a poor store of value indeed, but I don't preach DCAing or promote FOMO. I bought gobs at under 14.80/oz with premium in 2020 (a ratio of 1:100 with the cost of physical gold at the time) and since then have almost exclusively stacked below-spot cheapies as a sort of gainful hobby, not easily replicable by others but perfectly valid and lucrative nonetheless. I agree it's a more volatile and speculative metal, so if you don't have a knack for timing, don't know how to recapture premiums, sell profitably, or can't figure out how to efficiently buy at good prices then perhaps one should just stick to gold. I have no such issues so will continue preferencing the superior ROI which silver provides me. Every person, circumstance and strategy is different so Godspeed following the golden path if that works best for you, but for me it's silver.

>> No.56092160

and I just checked eBay, one holo sold today for $200.
mostly, yes. One anon has a webstore.

>> No.56092214
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You're right - it fails.
There are so many maps anyway, no two alike.
I think that alone speaks volumes to its viability.

>> No.56092218

A truly impressive collection!

>> No.56092256

No one here ever proposed a ratio of 1.300, 1.70 is the most i can see it go and that will probably stay at the base for years to come ,meanwhile it will push to 1.82 and crab for months ,if it ever does break and it goes to 1.60 or below then color me surprised

>> No.56092288

>I find the notions proposed by some goldbugs here that the GSR will continue on that anomalous trajectory and reach 1:300 or higher just as absurd as the Bix Weirdoids claiming the GSR will crash to 1:5 or 1:1.
It will happen because whoever has the gold makes the rules. Every new system is designed by the people that previously fucked the old system into oblivion through their greed and psychopathy. What makes you think it is going to change this time?

>Gold is now legally declared money
>overnight dollars are suddenly worth 95% less
>Nobody cares about silver because it's an "industrial metal"
>Everybody needs gold now, everybody is begging for gold
>Who has all the gold? Unsurprisingly the people that planned and created the whole mess.

Do the people that globally coordinated the demonetization of silver in the 1870's ever want silver to be money again. It didn't benefit them 150 years ago, why would they want it to be money now?

>> No.56092302

Good point. I'll still hold both. What's a good ratio?

>> No.56092324

>Do the people that globally coordinated the demonetization of silver in the 1870's ever want silver to be money again
good thing they're all dead

>> No.56092347
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Everybody's ratio is different. Obviously my ratio heavily favors gold but my heart loves silver, the silver market is just more fun in every way.

>> No.56092384

this is just a stupid fantasy you've concocted because you want to FUD silver for some reason. how about you get a life and leave /pmg/ alone

>> No.56092390

The word "dollar" derives from "thaler" which was a silver coin from the Holy Roman Empire

>> No.56092400

I've always gone 1kg silver : 1oz gold

>> No.56092420
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Maybe you have invested too heavily in the fantasy that honest money will prevail and hundreds of years of financial manipulation will end once precious metals become money?

>> No.56092458

The dollar will fail when the threshold of whites reaches 40% after the boomers die off taking nearly 60% of the bottom rung of the middle classes liquidity with them. Stagnating the economy by killing domestic demand for a lot of things, also destroying demand of exports from different countries.

There will be zero contention when 1 economic block is incapable of procuring enough people to keep pressure on money velocity, it will slow down and that’s how the dollar will die. Picking a fight with a population disadvantage is also an obvious fail.

>> No.56092506

So within the next 10-20 years. It will be a slow decline while they slowly drop off the perch one by one. Taking the cash cow they are away from so many sectors.

>> No.56092548

>he thinks the ride is gonna stop when the old jews dies
>the ride never ends another will take their place

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>No one here ever proposed a ratio of 1:300

I saw that exact ratio floated by some dingus here within the last week or so fren, and besides other instances I can't recall well enough to place on a timeline I saw "1:200-1:300" proposed 2.5 years ago here. It's been a consistent albeit low-key figure likely representing a facet of some goldbugs' delusional moonboi hopium arsenal, dunno where they're getting it from though.

>It will happen

It *could* happen, but counterbalancing the support for gold by those demoralized goldbugs who may be quite happy to bend over and spread wide for their circumcised gold-hoarding masters, broad distributed communities of individuals who have constructed alternate value/exchange systems around cryptos, farm commodities, silver, gold and other practical resources also exist. My observations have shown that typical goldbugs and late-adopter crypto-lemmings tend to be more conventional, materially/physically unproductive and unimaginative people, often in administrative or makework paper-pushing roles. Radical individuals, schizos, Cletuses and all manner of dynamic misfits tend to occupy the diverse range of people who shy away from that externally imposed top-down status-quo and may well complicate the plans of those who have come to crave the golden chains their prospective masters are crafting for them. We'll see, but in the meantime I'll persist in unassailable comfiness stacking my favorite metal. Gold is great but has never really resonated with or compelled me as much, I must not have enough Shlomos lurking in the family tree for it to have a noticeable effect.

>> No.56092577

I just want to slurp, fucking dip already

>> No.56092701

If profits go down because deflation makes money worth more what's stopping employers from cutting wages accordingly? Just makes it harder to scam people than sub-inflation raises because you can't as easily do super-deflation cuts.

>> No.56092728

Checked and dip to what?

I want to slurp too.

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Based and 88 pilled (checked).

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>> No.56092863

$1900 gold and $21 silver seems reasonable and possible and I will drop $10k at 10 in the morning during a zoom call if I have to.

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Thanks for sharing your ideas fren. I hope we all make it regardless of our difference of opinion on this topic.

>> No.56092903

Gold and other metals will soon surge up because of their need in microchips and other tech equipment.

Just look at VR glasses, how many of them popped out in the last year.

Be sure to own RIDE in the right seat for where we are going ;)

>> No.56093062

They look very nice indeed. I think i had a Victorinox Alox once with that exact design, lost it obviously.
Sadly i would have to pay 7% premium, so it's a Maple for me.

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>You know who else is buying? Central banks. Gold. As much and they can get. Historic amounts.
This is objectively wrong. Most, if not all western central banks sell gold for 40 years now, slowly, so they don't kill the prices.

Only third world banks buy gold, as they usually have almost nothing.

Remember the facts:
* Italy has more gold than Russia or China.
* USA and Germany have more Gold than all of BRICS+ combined.
* The top 10 liberal democracies have over 90% of all gold reserves.

>> No.56093427

>Remember the facts:
The onus of responsibility of proof is on you. Show me.

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>send proofs
>need proofs
Was it really much to ask to type "wikipedia gold reserves" into google?

>> No.56093570

No, but I expect people to backup their claims. It would kill (((thier))) arguments faster. If they don't reply, make dumb claims or change the subject, you out them in one go. Then others know not to engage.

>> No.56093747

In India, there are rounds weighed in tolas. Tolas is from the same root word.

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>you are a faggot.

Here's your proof

>> No.56093795

gonna bury more silver again soon. i love burying my wealth. pirates had the right idea. not trusting jewish bankers and jewish vault owners. also we never know what life is going to throw at us. we might have to leave our house.

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I for one am convinced.

>> No.56093937
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Let's goooo

>> No.56094044
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this is the wall st silver cunt

>> No.56094070

florida man strikes again

>> No.56094223

this fucking faggot again. no one cares about the silver squeeze or any of that really. it was just an excuse to add to your stack, share shinies, and discuss political implications of our money being wholley fake.

the fud campaign you are waging against silver here seems to be solely predicated on the wall streetsilver squeeze hype from 2 years ago. almost every serious stacking anon on pmg has said the same basic things

>mix of silver and gold is good
>spend no more than 15% of your takehome paycheck on metals
>dollar cost average in

what you dont seem to understand is that this isnt like the rest of /biz looking for a fucking quick x50 crypto coin. no one on here seriously expects to get rich from this and anyone hoping for an end of world scenario probably isnt going to make it regardless of their stack of bullets, beans and gold.

its simple really, but and hold gold and silver (platinum too). the chicken bones (market forces) you are trying to understand makes you come across as a pseduo (smart enough to use circumlocutious language but with no real substance)

we all get it. you hate silver because you thought the sivler squeeze was a scam (or at least that is the position you are playing at). bottom line is youre fucking retarded because stacking silver was good to do before 2021 and still is.

btw do you even have any PMs? take time stamp pic (odd those that bitch the most generally dont actually own any or anything in siginifcant quantaties)

>> No.56094237

>mining companies that pay them

you gotta be fucking retarded if you think mining companies are driving the hype. bitch, you are literally watching fucking youtube.....they are doing it for the views. its clickbait, and you watch it??

>> No.56094275

There have been times in the past where fluctuating interest rates have damaged the value of MBS paper on Fed balance sheets which would have technically made them insolvent. Jim Rickards recounts a conversation he had with a central banker and he said the same thing, that they can recapitalize themselves with their gold so they are never actually in trouble in the long run

>> No.56094322

Their underlying thesis is correct. However the magnitude of what they have to say will always have the appearance of a "chicken little". And yes, many of them will look for ways to monetize themselves while they wait for the big event we can all see on the horizon.
You have to be smart and plan accordingly for the long, medium and short term. We still have bills to pay and there could be money to be made (or lose) in the market. You have to find the right balance. Becuase for all we know every single world leader could agree to kick the can another 5 years and they can just make it happen whether you like it or not. We simply do not know.

>> No.56094436

Don't worry about my stack it has nothing to do with this

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morning everyone

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>> No.56094580
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I for one like gold.

>> No.56094628

I for one like that picture

>> No.56094637

If you hate gold price pump as much as I do, get into Crypto tokens, RIDE token to b precise

>> No.56094642

Other than photo anon, your pictures are very nice. Solid 13/50.

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>I hope we all make it regardless of our difference of opinion on this topic.

My feelings as well anon and checked, we're all gonna WAGMI.

>> No.56094678

Buy an ad

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They are made with a regular Pixel 6 pro i bought for 350€ used.

>> No.56094818

I should buy one too. I've been thinking about 6a.

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you rang?

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>>spend no more than 15% of your takehome paycheck on metals
Where did that come from?

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>"it's all so tiresome"

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Common sense i presume.

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More like.
>no more than 15%, or you'll cause troubles!

>> No.56095106

so I guess shills are now posing as gold bugs trying to FUD Silver? Is that the new approach?

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Does /pmg buy crypto?

>> No.56095149

No, you should just probably buy some gold too. A lot of us are well over 200 oz of silver now and should diversify.

>> No.56095232

I do not.

>> No.56095258

This has been happening for a while now. It’s their new D&C strategy.

>> No.56095268

>Ball Mills
interesting., I remember watching some YT videos from this group who regularly explored old mines in the American SW. a few of there videos show mines with alot of the old infrastructure sill mostly in place and some of them had the remains of the old Ball Mills. some of the balls looked like size of an old cannon ball, maybe 4 to 6 inches in diameter.
these were placed right outside near the entrance to the mine, like within a few hundred feet of it, or as clos as possible.
now it makes perfect sense with your book is describing it

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Don't know, but it must have been after they stopped issuing silver specie. Obviously they want everyone into fiat debt instruments to the greatest extent possible.

>> No.56095336

I thought pirates were the shrews, not allowed anywhere but open sea's.

>> No.56095343

Why did goldbugs choose now to become so vocal ok this general? They’ve been around but not as high and mighty, nothing has changed with gold to make them act that way. Their metal is literally the color of piss lmao.

>> No.56095347

Do you have 10kozt? Are you a dragon yet? Didn't think so. Keep stacking silver.

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gold elitists get the rope

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Not sure what "so vocal" means, but perhaps it's a reaction to silverbugs reacting defensively to suggestions that other metals might be worthy of investing. The most common of course would be gold.
Choicken/egg kind of thing.

>> No.56095383

Big question now is why are you suppressing gold? Bold only has 50 gold eagles right now

>> No.56095404

Not suppressing at all. I have gold too. I have more gold than silver, but I just love silver more and gsr is especially favorable for silver right now.

>> No.56095422

>zero price reaction to US CPI news

>> No.56095601

The D&C is clearly working. At this rate the general is gonna Balkanize into gold general, silver general, and rare earth metals.

>> No.56095617

Roosters and Vrenelis are among the most beautiful general circulation coins ever struck.

>> No.56095628

they don't get beaten with socks filled with merc dimes?

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>Their metal is literally the color of piss lmao.

While it's true that the alchemists of old thought the resemblance was sufficient reason to try boiling countless gallons urine down into the coveted Philosopher's Stone, their misguided search for an unlimited gold hack led to the accidental discovery of Phosphorus which is a pretty cool outcome.

Anyway there is nothing wrong with having a personal favorite, but the fact that both metals are eternal and literally go hand in hand has been known and revered for millennia. On some of their coins the Romans depicted the goddess Aeternitas, the personification of eternity, holding in each hand the head of Sol the god of the Sun and gold and Luna the goddess of the Moon and silver. To be in harmony with humanity's ancient wisdom and with Eternity itself one must hold both.

>> No.56095642

>gold revaluation
explan to Grug.....

>> No.56095699

Hey Shipbro, if you'd like I'll send you a handful of non-precious coins East Caribbean States with ships on them. Don't recall exact how many of each, but I got them in a lot and would love to see them find a good home.

10-minute mailbox if you want them. I'll keep it alive as long as I can: vptycplukdekxrpvxv@ckptr.com

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There's high-level secret reports that prigozhin survived the plane crash and is currently in the UAE and is planning to build a soldier nation with a currency backed by gold.

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Finally the glowniggers leveled up. Still can tell it's them. Still buying.

>> No.56095733

All their previous tactics failed so they're pushing this one really hard. The way they do it is really inorganic and obvious too, as if they have scripts ready to go, not realizing they look stupid to everyone here stacking both

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>prigozhin survived the plane crash and is currently in the UAE and is planning to build a soldier nation with a currency backed by gold.

If true then some based forbidden coinage may soon be added to ISIS coin collector anon's want-list

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god i hope so

>> No.56095777

Yes, you do indeed sound high.

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Based, we're going to be wealthy lords with concubines groveling for a mercury dime within our lifetimes

>> No.56095781

>table on sheet of paper say gold ounce $35
>have x ounces of gold
>have x gold ounces * 35 dollars
>change gold to $2000
>suddenly have x gold ounces * 2000 dollars
>bank more richer
>spend magically created dollars
>bank happy

>> No.56095790

Simply put, central banks would change the price of gold overnight. Say the FED were to do it, right now gold sits at about $42 on their balance sheet, if they were to revalue it(up) then the next day that same gold would be worth lets say $20,000. The gold itself hasn't changed, they haven't acquired more of it, it's just worth more all of the sudden according to them.

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I'm pulling the trigger if this number gets any lower

>> No.56095827

Do it now fagit

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ok, sock treatment happens before the rope

>> No.56095838

>we're going to be wealthy lords with concubines groveling for a mercury dime within our lifetimes

Virgin jap girls?

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I'm getting the gm catgirl. Maybe two.

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>we're going to be wealthy lords with concubines groveling for a mercury dime within our lifetimes

Think bigger (smoller) anon, a whole entire merc is far more precious than any concubine.

>> No.56095879

grug have shiny rock
grug no like hooknose paper
Many moons from now, can grug trade shiny rock for more fish or less fish?

or do fish trade for more hooknose paper in many moon too, so is neither good nor bad for grug?

>> No.56095892

$4000 for an ounce of gold?
Are you are tard?

>> No.56095935

>grug no like hooknose paper
kek, that reminds me that I'd definitely buy a /pmg/ silver grugcoin to keep my based boomer company, not remotely interested in any other memecoins I've seen here.

>$4000 for an ounce of gold?
Grug not see 2 rocks in box?

>> No.56095945

2oz gold and 20oz silver, I think it's time to get some glasses gramps.

>> No.56095999

Unfortunately it looks like some hapless anons are buying into this crap.

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Shiny rock buy same fish. When paper burn fire in nose oven, more fish.

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Everyone is locked in a mexican standoff.

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Magnificent Seven assemble!

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>estimates in 2022 out JPM holding 600 million oz
>sells 14 million oz to keep the suppression going

Yes anon, they are dumping what they hold. Kek

>> No.56096195

What if they’re just lying about their holdings?

>> No.56096225

What if they're just a comex depository

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That's why an audit of JPM, Comex, the US Treasury etc would send the world into a frenzy. It's probably why the US goes all in on military spending because they know it would be all over if the world got a peak at what their money is supposedly backed by.

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Some of us

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Are you a dragon anon? No lying to autists please.

>> No.56096319

Kek as if buying into the silver moonshot that everyone was recommending on here was any better

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Based gold enjoyer

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>> No.56096364
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>silver moonshot
Silver to the moon!

>> No.56096383

Silver and gold. Peas in a pod. Your D&C will not work on me, and I will continue to support stackers of both or either.

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>> No.56096427

I'm fucking dead

>> No.56096514
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9-fine checked

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Now why would lie to you anon

>> No.56096538

Email not working now, but interested if you want to repost

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Anyone who says you can't or shouldn't buy both is an idiot or has an agenda. Gold, silver, guns, land, family, community, and useful skill sets are what you should be striving for. If you set yourself on the path to aquire these things you will lead a happy, fulfilling, and stable life.

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What do you think of the modern resurrected morgan and peace dollars? I'm no chubby-chaser and thus prefer the younger gal but ain't sure I want to bid against boomers to get one, are really they worth it? I'd probably rather buy a high relief 1921 if the new ones don't really look or feel right. Are the new ones high relief?

>> No.56096630

What's dragon tier?

>> No.56096644

Six million ounces of copper.

>> No.56096669
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>Six million ounces of copper.
I'm workin' on it fren

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I enjoy holding them, it's worth it at list price. Idk what id pay secondary market.

>> No.56096775

My autism made me do it....
At current prices, just shy of 900,000 ozt of Cu.

>> No.56096812
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Been a while since I checked in. Half of this thread is disgusting troon nonsense. Almost every picture is of a cartoon child, and it appears that only about 3 people here actually have some sort of half decent stack that they will discuss without including the plastic doll they shove up their ass. Is /pmg still precious metals, or have you degenerates switched it over to "pedo man-child general"?

>> No.56096828
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be happy that at least some of us are taking interest in this you boomer ass

>> No.56096838

Feel the same tbqh

>> No.56096845
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i decided to take an extreme gamble and order this one. the last 5 rm I bought from this seller was extremely nice so i'm hoping this one will be too even though it has a bit more patina on it. he said it still cartwheels a lot so i'm hopeful

>> No.56096854

I gotta fucking see this.

Man, if you think the troons are bad, just wait until you see the shill brigades we’ve been getting hit with the past week.

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and it looks like tiny bremen will be delivered tomorrow

>> No.56096863

It isn't bad as KDA threads

>> No.56096875

What’s KDA?

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>> No.56096895

do your research

>> No.56096913

The purpose of this site is to interact with others. I am engaging him in conversation. If not for that, there’d be little point in having forums at all.

So basically weeb shit.

>> No.56096915

Do you like the look/feel of the high relief 1921 or the modern iterations more? Even my younger brother has a 1921 so i'll probably go for one of them as my first step in the quest to catch up with you peacechads. If the modern ones aren't fake and gay feeling I'd like some of them too but I've never seen them in-person.

>> No.56096920
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>and yet another arm of the retard newfag D&C Fud monster
a n i m e website

>> No.56096921

Kadena, anyways don't fall for shitcoins.

>> No.56096927

i think it is also a crypto but that's what google said, and it sounds like they could be talking about either one

>> No.56096929
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I love them but I would only buy directly from the Mint. The secondhand premiums are absurd considering they're already twice the cost of an ounce direct from them.

>> No.56096949

I denounce crypto.

>> No.56096953

Sooner or later you'll come to the same conclusion most of us"goldbugs"have,you just don't wanna face the harsh truth that silvers not gonna moon like everyone on this circlejerk thread had you believe was gonna happen ,mabye 5 or 10 years down the line it can go up ,but im not betting more money on a gamble like its chainlink or Gme ,even if i can hold silver in my hand unlike shitcoins.

>> No.56096957
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21 is a classic and has S O V L
New ones are pretty cool, but you'd really have to be into them to pay secondary prices.

>> No.56096959

Sooner or later you’ll realize that I won’t budge, and that you’re wasting your time and energy.

>> No.56096965

i like the proofs i got a lot. betting the reverse proofs will be really nice too. don't see a problem splurging on some of them if you like those particular coins a lot. also, that one you posted there is a nice one

>> No.56096981

Can't wait for the reverse proof, I think it's going to be the bestest

>> No.56097071

Oh well,let's hope silver does moon but I doubt it

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We might soon need a /ssg/.

>> No.56097167

Are these 999 silver or 90% silver.

>> No.56097172

>harsh truth that silvers not gonna moon like everyone on this circlejerk thread had you believe was gonna happen
>like everyone on this circlejerk thread had you believe

only an autistic retarded dumbfuck would be taking all the "silver moonshot" shitposting seriously.

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>I gotta fucking see this.

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Don't let the door hit your ass, chuds.

>> No.56097213
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How to make trannies kill themselves without posting botched surgeries?

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>> No.56097237
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Welcome to the rice^H^H^H^Hchan fields, motherfucker.

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Thanks anon, that pic of your coins in hand conveys much more than the typical coin pic, I like the authentic look of those normal/business strikes more than the proof you posted but anon >>56096965 mentioning reverse proofs being in the works sounds quite interesting, thanks for the input and pics frens I'll be hunting for one of those gals now. The 2 coins I posted were front and back sides of the Polish 10 Zloty Jadwiga btw, luv me some wheat ears and QTs on coinage.

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>> No.56097284

whoa now buddy, use proper numbers like 1:100 or something, or even kg and grams, I'm done converting between different systems.

>> No.56097309
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I want to buy physical silver but it feels like a missed opportunity if you're not actually getting some use out of it.

>> No.56097352

Case point. Oh here is my silver *sits there in a box for eternity*

Oh here is my silver, *lights the candelabra*

You know, you can eat with it. You can pour a drink from it. Turn it into a box, and put your silver coins in it.

It seems like thats the kind of stuff you would want to buy before you start stacking coins.

>> No.56097355

As long as you accept that the candelabras you buy are worth maybe 1/10 of their weight in melted down silver then sure. If you need dishes or decorations or whatever then there's no reason to not have them be silver if that's your preferred aesthetic.

>> No.56097368

I've only got the reverse proofs on order but these look really nice.

>> No.56097382

Who up updating they 'folios rn?

>> No.56097414
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Every hard asset is going to "moon" when the currency (and related financial instruments) self-destructs. We don't know exactly when this will happen, but it will. They've done nothing whatoever to reign in the issuance of debt, but rather they just keep printing trillions more every year. It's not going to end well at all, and the only safe haven is hard assets. Silver and gold are both very good choices, and which one(s) you go with depends on your personal circumstances. There is no 100% correct answer here. We can only offer 1:100 ratio as a general guideline, but once newbies understand how things work, they can/should make their own tailored plans.

>> No.56097417

I see your point, but that shit you posted is categorically a scam.

>> No.56097437
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>Oh here is my silver, *lights the candelabra*
>You know, you can eat with it. You can pour a drink from it. Turn it into a box, and put your silver coins in it

My nigga, sounds like you're just a few steps away from taking the sterling-pill and becoming an enlightened cheapie-stacking scrapchad.

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So if I make wine and then put it in a silver goblet you would enjoy a box of silver more?

>> No.56097451

silver has some anti-bacterial properties or some such things which makes it so suitable for eating utensils, and other kitchen things

>> No.56097488

I could see this having downsides as well

>> No.56097530

Yeah...most of these poster would qualify on most of what you said ,we're on 4chan after

>> No.56097579
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Based gold enjoyer

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>I could see this having downsides as well
The only "downsides" might be needing to polish tarnished items you intend to display or use and reserving enough space to store it, as silverware takes up much more room than a stack of ingots of the same weight.

>> No.56097640
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The downside is liquidity

>> No.56097669

Very nice

>> No.56097719

You get it, I got my horde burried in several state parks.

>> No.56097752

Fuck off with your D&C. Gold and silver are like soup & sandwich. Both are good. Diversify your shit.

>> No.56097806

The dollar hasn't been officially backed by anything since Nixon terminated the Bretton Woods agreement in 1971. So not really sure what you mean by this?

>> No.56097813

My bank is literally preventing me from ordering from Bold right now. Fucking insane.

>> No.56097884
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missing out on the 2023 libertad preorders?

>> No.56097902

I have one of these.

>> No.56097914

Ordered their last random date gold eagle and 10 Somalis to finish a tube

>> No.56097952

Order from friend's account different bank ofc, just wire him the money. Or just order from your parent's account. Cheapies are not gonna last, get to work.

>> No.56097994
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I'm more worried about that level of control banks have over our money where they can just decide you have to spend time to call and tell them that you're trying to use their money. They also said it wasn't the bank, they said Visa were the ones blocking it. Fucking pull everything out I guess.

>> No.56098000

I was here before the great dialationing. How about you fuck off.

>> No.56098028

Don't they have option to wire the money to bold? This bypasses visa right?

>> No.56098035

I bought 3 for 50€ in 2012.
Lost it at Mt.Gox when the price was 100€ per BTC.
A lesson was learned.

>> No.56098036

Wires cost. Embrace your inner boomer. Write a check.

>> No.56098042

Diversify?have you ...not seen my posts

>> No.56098055
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>built like a steam roller

>> No.56098064
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If you're so obsessed with trannies just use Grindr or Twitter or something. Otherwise stop crybaby and whining for my attention. It's pathetic of you and it makes stackers look cringe.

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God bless

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> every picture is of a cartoon child
Because Transsexual men are usually also Pedophile men.

Nice treasure chest, i recently bought one at Etsy:

Now that is what i call stacking!

Dat color!

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Can't wait :-)

>> No.56098145

did you order that chest? where?

>> No.56098177

I don't want your attention.
I don't care who or what you are.
This is not your general.
This is the precious metals general.
It's not me who brought you in here.
It's not me who forced you to talk about your sexuality.
You know this, I am having a futile argument.
The blatant narcissism makes me think you're not actually a tranny, doing it just for your personal sense of gratification.
You are vile, dispicable and undeserving of God's love you abandoned.
I pray for you to heal and in any case to leave us alone.
You were not part of /pmg/ and never will be.
/pmg/ is not a tranny talk group.
Fuck off.

>> No.56098188
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I may never tell you. It's a secret i only reveal in this post: >>56098114

>> No.56098255
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All 3 of these lovely metals are quite down today. I was planning to put a thousand or so dollars into savings, but now I'm tempted to scoop one. /pmg/ are you planning to slurp any of of these pretty things?

>This is not your general
It literally is. I made this general (different IP now since I'm at the office). The OP pic is one of my /pmg/ OCs. Gosh, you're such a seething newfag I'm embarrassed for you. Please stop giving me (you)s. Work through your mental and sexual hangups with trans people. I swear you chasers are all some degree of unhinged retarded deviants.

>> No.56098271

You will not pass down generational wealth
Your stack will circulate to more deserving people
You are an abomination

>> No.56098286
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>I would only buy directly from the Mint. The secondhand premiums are absurd

Noted, thanks fren. I'll have to check on the look of the reverse proofs but for now the regular strikes are what I'd be going for, they are quite nice.

In other news I just got off the phone with my dad and his LCS which just got a full collection of the awesome old silver commemorative half dollars in, we worked out an arrangement to trade my cheapie silver bullion for 8 of the coins today with many more awaiting accession in the very near future. In picrel i got the choice BU Texas half for $130 in trade (sells for quite more online) and all the others are different marginally lower levels of uncirculated. Maine was $85, 1926 Oregon Trail $135, and the 1920 Pilgrim Tercentenary with a superior sailship rendering on reverse just $70 in silver bullion, which I stacked at half of current spot price. Feels ridiculously good bros, WAGMI.

>> No.56098291
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The obsessed chaser just can't help himself. Sad.

Fall is approaching now and fall to me is the best season to stack and be cozy by the fireplace with a good book and a PSL. The way flames flciker and shine against my stack is truly grounding.

Neat coins, anon!

>> No.56098350

I'm going to buy an AGE. I have $200 in cc rewards. Watching it drop makes me greedy and hold off. I'll probably pull the trigger before the fed meets next.

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crypto nerds will seethe

>> No.56098386
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>I have $200 in cc rewards
Smart. I do the same thing and use it to get free gold or ancient silver. I only have about $100 now though, so it'll be few months before I can cash out for such things. What size AGE you thinking of getting?

>> No.56098414

An ounce. I got a citi card, they'll give me $200 if I spend 1500. I've probably saved $500 or more playing the bonus rewards game in the last year. Plus 3% back on my amex card.

>> No.56098451

Based. I use the Wells Fargo Active Cash Visa for 2% back on all purchases. I use these points for free coins. I also have a gold AmEx card (the metal has a nice weight), and this gets 4% back on food, so I just use this for groceries and restaurants. However, AmEx points go furthest when spent on travel, so I'm saving these for a trip somewhere. I have enough saved up for round trip airfare to Japan or somewhere now, but idk where I wanna vacation to just yet, so I'll probably just keep accruing those points for the foreseeable future.

>> No.56098495

I have that wells card. I think they gave me a 150 bonus. I have an amex blue. I usually travel once a year, but im not convinced I would come out ahead on a pay amex card. Japan would be amazing. I would love to go to the canary islands. Maybe Grenada.

>> No.56098507

>2% back on all purchases
Prices are typically 4% higher for CC purchases over check/ACH/wire. You end up with a net loss of 2% to get your reward.

>> No.56098529

Order from based liberty coin on ebay. Or bullion exchange, maybe dbs coin, but haven't actually ordered from them. .

>> No.56098541

that would be a decent time to buy something from intaglio since they don't offer a discount for checks and also don't charge tax

>> No.56098549

Japan is cool. I've already been twice, which is why I'm not committed to going again now. I kind of want to see something different like Göbekli Tepe or Angkor Wat. Idk.

The gold card is eeeeh, debatable if it's worth the cost. I mostly got it because it looks cool lol. I think of if it can pay for a vacation once a year or so then it's worth it.

I don't buy PMs on credit card. That's for people who are poor and stupid. I use the points I accrue in other purchases to get free gold and silver.

>> No.56098562

>old silver commemorative half dollars
I grew up in Maine, I have a stack of the Maine half dollars. Love 'em.

>> No.56098572

Yeah it's easy to store and inventory rounds. It might be kind of harder with a lot of irregular bullshit like forks and things.

That's why I would look especially for trays and like candle stick holders. Because easy to polish and basically stackable.

If 925 sterling is considered junk though then I don't really know what that does to the price. But I'm guessing in antique stuff you would pay significantly more for even moderately crafted material.

But for me personally I would just see myself getting like the few items that I would actually use and see on a regular basis. But then again it depends because I don't know if you want 5,000$ worth of silver just sitting on your dresser.

>> No.56098580

>Order from based liberty coin on ebay.
Yes, that's the based way. I had "direct From Dealers" blinders on.

>> No.56098608

AGE is $2024 at monument, cash price
Same is $2039 at bullion exchange, cc price. With rewards, it would be 2k. So you saved 24ish bucks using a cc.
I've got shit from them in 3 days. Haven't written a check for pms in well over a year and a half.

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Oh you were talking about buying on eBay. Sure if Liberty or someone there has what you want for the best price then buy from them, use your CC, and rake in some rewards points. I did that when I bought my Indian.

>> No.56098767
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>Spot price down
>Premiums still up
What the fuck?

>> No.56098806

>>Order from based liberty coin on ebay.
They had 20 Frankkers listed at 1.4% over spot the other day. I do enjoy getting paid to buy gold. 3.3% cashback, eventually 5.25% (hopefully sooner than later) and I'll be maxxing every quarter.

>> No.56098878

Is that a tsundere tranny??

>> No.56098973
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N-No. It's not like I even want anon to give me attention or anything.

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The stickman be troon do.

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that pilgrim coin is pretty cool

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>> No.56099158

fellow misophonia enjoyer?

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>> No.56099456

this little nigger is almost 16

>> No.56099929

these anime kids have been indoctrinated in public schools to be faggots. at least they're stacking. when the book burns happen they'll get rid of their dolls.