[NEWS]insight into chinese panda buying behaviour(numismaster article)

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  1. kaz

    kaz New Member Silver Stacker

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    Great article - very interesting.

    **On the lookout for the next sleeper coin

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    PFOAR!!! Panda price today.. BARGAIN! :)
     
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    I love that photo
     
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    Pandas are currently too cheap! As more sets start getting collected, I can imagine these Pandas are going to go sky high.

    Remember, a collection is limited by the smallest mintage. So there are going to be less than 500,000 complete sets for those collecting from 2000-2011 available for the entire population of China (and the world), and even less than that if you include those which have disappeared, or been mishandled, melted, etc.
     
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    Seems the Chinese Govt. are intent on turning their citizens into PM investors. So what's the endgame with that strategy. I know - when Silver is $1000 ozt there will be a govt buyback at $500 ozt. Just a wild guess.
     
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    I used to dance when I was younger - my favourite dance was the, "New reserve currency backed by a precious metal standard so you can stick your $US up your Republican/Democratic convention and recognise the dragon in the East is rising Waltz".
     

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