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  1. alor

    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    he busy with lions seals sales lol
     
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    STKR Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    ABC has 6 of their 7 coins listed as pre-order. Only thing left is a $61 per Oz goose:
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    bubblebobble2 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    crazy times….
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    smaller bars usually cost a bit more than bigger 100oz bar
    but it cost more for 1 100 oz bar compared to 10 x 10 oz bars :D
     
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    And the Ponzi scheme fiat will revalue gold to its true value at $87k and $10k silver and who will want the ponzi fiat then?
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    The “statutory price” for gold is set at $42.22 per fine troy ounce, the same price it was in 1971 when the dollar came off the gold standard. The real price of gold in the open market is about $1750 per troy ounce. https://www.forbes.com/sites/vipinb...an-1-of-total-bitcoin-supply/?sh=2bb23958e8fa

    what is a record, and what is real is not relevant to what ??? but they won't sell you for $42.22 per ounce, but their price is $42.22 LOL
     
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    Nice little pop in the metal prices today, particularly in gold, might be an interesting overnight session coming up tonight in Europe & US.

    There is nothing like the smell of fear of a new covid strain with an extremely high number of mutations to liven things up a bit;)
     
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    Covid Gold!
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    par Palladium to Gold
    good time to swap o_O
     
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    hardyakkagold Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Good time to ditch the two white metals altogether and climb aboard the gold train, if you have any sense at all!

    Platinum and palladium are and always will be nothing but industrial metals, and those of you waiting for platinum to return back
    to its glory days of being priced higher than gold will be waiting all your lives.

    And as for palladium that $200 price crash overnight is a sign of things to come, not a sign to back up the truck;)
     
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    Back when gold was $1000< I mostly only bought fractional because it was way too expensive and it wouldnt ever go up much more. I mean how could gold ever go that high.
    Now I buy fractional for the same reason!
    I'm too broke for this shit! Haha
     
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    Yes gold is always too expensive and I used to CRINGE at $115 usd 1/10 Eagles a few years ago. Who would pay $1150 an ounce for gold, really!?
    I was pretty sure buying ten of them was a stoopid choice and they'd never be worth much more but as they say, gold doesnt make a profit. It's just a savings.
    Just gotta accept the old relic for what it is. Ancient and not worth much these days with them aircoins.
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    prices are at middle grounds, so there is a chance of further fall or recover up
    if one continue to accumulate is the strategy, then just grab what ever is reasonable, take it as black friday discount
    I have palladium as a hedge for silver, just in case silver plunge, when they both went up, I can sell the one that overshoot, and buy back later when it drop again... so this can be the time to maintain that hedge as time passes, the silver began to build up again, just to retain their parity
     
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    Nice plan but idk about hedging metals with metals. That's like hedging Bitcoin with ethereum.
     
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    it worked out real well in the recent top $3000 for Pd, can sell but with got a big hair cut...none the less, can buy it back now, and balance put in silver.
    that is the idea of hedging and increase your metal at different time. I did that before, so will do again in the future.
     
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    66rounds Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Have you seen Corbett's report on Deagle? It's mostly a pile of junk imho.
     
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    Guess you're working it just like a GSR swap in that case, not really a hedge.
     
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    That's an odd knee-jerk response to 66 rounds statement. I didn't realise The Corbett Report did a video in Deagel.com until he mentioned it, so I watched it myself.

    James underlined the lack of substance and credibility of deagel.com with their population forecasts. He really established the unfounded claims and generalised statements in their response to the multiple enquiries about how they came to such drastic conclusions about population reduction in western countries.

    I'm not sure if 66 rounds was referring to deagel being a pile of junk, or James' video about being a pile of junk, but the video didn't try to investigate how such a website could reach such conclusions, he simply analysed the potential credibility of the website and left it at that. It was rather disappointing, however, James made some really good points that for him seemed strong enough to leave the deagel speculation alone. Maybe that's the best outcome, maybe it's not.

    I'm not sure why you felt compelled to tell 66 rounds to go take the vaccine and boosters. It wasn't really about that and you didn't even wait for a response to clarify what he was meaning.
     
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