Platinum & Palladium parity soon

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  1. Ronnie 666

    Ronnie 666 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    we have not seen a spike down for Pt, or a spike up for Pd
    the trend continues
    get the Russian central bank to release some of their Palladium bars to the market, already
     
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    $914 for both Pt & Pd price
     
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    Has anyone noticed Rhodium heading upwards? It may be just a one-off, but then again it won't hurt to keep watching it. Shame I haven't got any though.
     
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    Hadn't noticed, but Baird & Co sell through this site sponsors - as below.

    Rhodium.jpg
     
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    just like the parity issue

    100 Yuan Pd Panda is 1/2 oz 2004
    50 Yuan Pd Panda is 1 oz 1989
    $40 Emu is 1 oz 1995
    $25 Eagle is 1 oz 2017

    Pt platypus is $100
    Pt eagle is $100
    Pt maple is $50
    Pt phil is Euro 100

    they are just face values
     
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    was the 10% gst got any thing to do with past sanctions on the Soviet ?
     
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    Palladium is underpriced if we are in the midst or beginning of a bull market for this metal....which seems to be the case going by some reports.

    It's not so different than when silver was at around $25 at around this time in 2010...one may have assumed, at that moment in time, that it was overpriced but it was underpriced considering that it just about doubled in value within 7-8 months.

    It's all about perspective.
     
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    Coins A-Z It's not so much about your comment. I found your Channel under your name & you said you would like feed back etc.
    Well, now I know where to look, I'll go there and check out your videos. etc. Cheers, from Down-Under in country Victoria. _JLG.
     
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    Scarcity and usefulness should dictate price in FREE markets. _JLG
     
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    we have free a market for oil for so long, it was 50 cents per barrel when purchased with a silver quarter 90%

    we still have free market today,

    but the biggest consumer and producer have changed over the last 40-50years

    long live the free market
     
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    pd on the run

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    I have also been looking into the whole Palladium vs. Platinum for a while. The only Platinum I own are three 1/10 oz American Eagles. I wouldn't be a buyer for any of the two metals. My reasoning being that since more car companies are going to jump on the electric bandwagon, which would mean a death cross for the metals since the majority of Platinum is used for diesel engines, and a large stake of Palladium is primarily used for gasoline engines. I don't think there is enough demand in the jewelry industry to support those prices medium/long term. Once the prices cool down a little bit, I will more than likely own a Palladium eagle just to showcase as a collectible instead of a metal.
     
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    Still LARFIN' about the difference between the two.
     
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    next few months may be the time to unload the high price gain from some metal like Pd to enter the new bit coin, that are backed by something
     
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    Anyone?

    If I invest in Platinum or Palladium, how do I know that it is the real article considering that we are late in the game of 'REAL MONEY'

    Baird & Co seem to be a trusted source, but given the London shenanigans with precious metals, who can we trust? _JOHNLGALT.
     
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    Wasn't Palladium used because it was cheaper? Now that it has surpassed the price of Platinum I would assume the auto industry should start using Platinum again in the near future? And if that happens the prices of the two metals should reverse Plat higher and Pallad lower. Just a thought
     
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    John, just buy from reputable dealers and get yourself one of the sigma devices - you should be okay
     
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