$28.00 Silver.

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  1. sgbuyer

    sgbuyer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    We actually have this in Singapore. Below median income wage earners get a couple hundreds a year in free money.

    Personally, I think food stamps are better than free money which is usually spent on garbage.

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/new...us-november-singaporeans-gst-voucher-12030286
     
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    Quite a lot of price movement for this time in the daily trading cycle. Are we going to retest last Tuesday or consolidate for a launch?
     
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    There is absolutely no point trying to pick the movement based on any analysis, might as well toss a 1oz coin, Kook for up, heads for down.
     
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    openeyes Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Hey that’s got a 50% chance of being correct. That’s better odds than the casino but people still love to go.
     
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    sgbuyer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Casino there is only 1 try, but silver you can throw the coin every day. Lose today, try again for free the next day, no limit on the number of tries. Provided you purchased using cash and not on credit.

    The only danger is expectations. Having an unrealistic expectation can make it painful even if you don't lose.
     
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    openeyes Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Exactly. Unrealistic expectations lead to extensive disappointments. Reader beware.
     
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    Below median income? Isn't there a minimum income limit?

    In Europe there's usually a minimum income (imposed by the state), meaning that no company is allowed to pay less than that amount.
    Typically, no-one gets anything unless they're totally jobless.

    According to multiple sources, Singaporean median income is around 5,000+ SGD/month.
    5,000 SGD in USD is 3,600-3,700 USD - that's a nice salary to have each month!

    Median wages in Singapore:
    https://tradingeconomics.com/singapore/wages
     
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    Yeah, it's the same with women :D
     
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    sgbuyer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    The change usually (or rather always) comes after marriage. But you don't need to get married in Western societies to have a family? East Europe might be different though.
     
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    2.5 months later, this is still the best deal for quite sometime even though spot fell to USD16.50. SGD24.16 per oz (literally per oz as each coin is 1 oz!). Last 2 times I bought into a deal was at SGD22 per oz for 5 oz bars around Feb 2019, SGD21 per oz for 10 oz bars in August 2018.

    Cost averaging in action! :)
     
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    we are lucky to have special deals from time to time, down under on roos/kiwi land don't have such deal from dealers, only from SS members
     
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    Alor where do I find these special deals in kiwi land from SS members ?
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I was taking with sgbuyer, reference to SG,
    it is very hard to wait for a discount from the dealers near you, in SS you have to be fast, else in less than a few seconds sold out, good deals does not last
     
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    sgbuyer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Here's a shot of the 2018 maples, brand new! I should have bought 3 tubes!

    You can see the "18" on the tiny maple leave. $17.73 per coin, below the present spot.

    [​IMG]
     
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    palladium and gold moved higher,

    but when is silver going to test 19.65 ??
     
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    after regaining 18.40-18.53 key weekly double fib 618 level . Then we can go hit my minimum target 21.50-22.20 and I have $25.15 - 26 for next level

    sitting below gold/silver ratio resistance at 85.7-86 = supporting silver out performance to 74-75.5

    Good luck
     
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    Gold's movin' sideways or prolly the next (BIG) double top hump (slightly smaller than the previous one) is forming...
     
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    Gold moving up not sideway look at chart . testing 61.8% retrace $1585 strong/healthy
    Next level for gold is 1675-1700

    Platinum gets interesting above 1054-1085 for price expansion
     
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    Although rhodium doesn’t interest me for investment that is a huge move
     
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    Looks sideway-ish, but slightly climbing after yesterday's slump, this is what happened in the last 3 days (at first I thought I say
    a double-top on January 6th, but it might just be double D's :))) )

    [​IMG]
     

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