I have $X,000, what should I buy?

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  1. silversardine

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    Eventually I went backwards and just reduced the size of the screen view. 35% was optimum viewing but still quite patchy. Clicking on the thumbnail didn't do anything.
     
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    REDBACK Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Testing drop out mystery
     
  3. Katy_from_Pennsylvania

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    I clicked on the thumbnail and the chart is too large for my screen area.
    I tried to print it, but, my computer wants to print the post and not the thumbnail enlarge chart.

    so, I dunno..lol
     
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    Uncannily accurate.
     
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    :lol:A friend told me about it but I want to sell to a pikey I met in a pub - you can't help me
     
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    YOU IDIOT :rolleyes:
     
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    So I need to do more research and join and forum? heheh!
     
  8. Jislizard

    Jislizard Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Well I didn't count on people pouring their own bars!
     
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    Bazil Member Silver Stacker

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    I should of just used this one.. hahaha!

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  10. House

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    If you're using Firefox, right click on it and 'view page info', then slect 'Media' on the top tab. If you scroll down slowly through the options below 'address' it will show all the images on the page, so when you get to it, click 'save as' jpeg etc. Hey presto!
     
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    Jislizard Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    That works a treat!

    Cheers!
     
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    What would you buy now:

    Two 10oz bars for $670
    or
    20 1oz kooks for $742?
     
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    Bars.

    But then again, I like to trade based on weight/spot rather than premium flipping - others would definitely pick the kooks though.

    Each to their own I guess...
     
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    That's such an interesting chart... a good seller will find his way through and sell something to the client. Don't let them get away without buying anything!
     
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    Hi all

    Not at this present time but not too far in the distant future I would like to purchase a monster box

    What would people's suggestions be to purchase ?? and from where ?? at today's current prices

    I just want to do a bit of research so when the time comes I can just pull the trigger
     
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    Depends on what your belief in the future is like and what your strategy for buying pm's is. If you are like many stackers, you believe that soon the world will devolve into irreversible or long term mega death producing chaos. Other stackers like me definitely don't have this belief. It also depends on what country you live in. If in the US, you should consider 5 oz ATB silver bullion coins as one possible option. Larger size coins appear to be getting much more popular these days with coin buyers (I read it in at least a couple of articles over the past few months). And, if the world doesn't blow up tomorrow, and you have a need to get real money, you could find yourself getting nice premiums for these coins in the year or years to come when you sell them.


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    Cheers

    Live in oz and no not a doomsdayer .......... More looking at what will be a better long term investment

    There are so many choices out there at all different prices and things to look out for like milk spots

    I am relatively new to stacking and have really only collected bars up till now but really really want to purchase a monster box ....... When the time is right

    Just want to hear other peoples opinion so I can make a quick call when the time comes
     
  18. mmissinglink

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    I don't think you can go wrong with buying a monster box if the money you are spending is free and clear (like that it's not the money you have saved for the rainy day scenario) and that you are looking to hold it for a long period of time.

    In oz, buy a Perth Mint Lunar monster box....that's what I would do if I lived there and had that money.
     
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    I would take 10 oz bars over A Monster Box if it's an investment you want best price possibly and the 10 oz bar market is a very liquid one.
     
  20. copperhead

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    yeah I am in there

    " No I think some thing is wrong with them "

    is my flow start
     

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