Discussion in 'Silver' started by 28Wealth, Feb 5, 2021.
Thank you I'm going to look into this
You’ve got 3 problems mate, none of which will end well:
1: you think the price of silver will go up 5 fold in the next 2 years without being able to justify yourself
2: your head is up your arse and it’s stuck coz of your “massive brain”
3: but worst of all, @hardyakkagold likes your posts and he’s a fkn idiot
Good luck tosser, hope you piss off to another forum.
1 - dont need to justify myself to some basement dweller
2 - thanks for acknowledging my massive brain
3 - me and @hardyakkagold are going for a pint later do u want to come?
The reason I asked was that many stackers have a flawed understanding of our modern currency system, which means they end up making poor investment decisions based upon that flawed understanding. I thought that you might actually like to justify your position and maybe enlighten us or learn something yourself.
That's nice, been here 1 day and made a friend with the Forum Fool. Thanks, but I'll pass on your offer. Just make sure you get @hardyakkagold back to the home in time for his dose of Memantine.
Don't invite these type of lads @28Wealth! You know they only drink shandy's.
At least you didn't have to wait long to get a taste of diversity on this forum - from one extreme to the other.
Don't dismiss the naysayers, they're your voice of reason and rationale - The cautiously pessimistic stance of once bitten, twice shy.
Don't dismiss the permabulls either, they're your source of hopium and validation - your light in the presence of darkness.
You'd be wise to listen to them all and find your happy place in the middle of the range. Each has their merit.
Believe it or not, Shiney is just trying to help you manage your expectations, in classic Shiny style.
Hardyakkity yak appears to always focus on the "good", "great" and the "better" outlooks of silver. I have a tendency to lean the same way, as I'm very optimistic about Silver, however, it's important to be able substantiate your position to prove (to yourself) you're making calculated and informed decisions/investments.
A mere belief, or poorly informed view, will only get you so far. It's always better to rely on sound knowledge than permabull postulation, otherwise you're just leaving everything down to chance and timing.
It has a serial number and I prefer bars with a serial number. I
The deleted thread that wasn’t
very wise post thank you, will think about your words
my massive brain cant figure out how to delete the thread lol
im keeping this thread
And keep your silver too, and keep adding to it.
Gold ( and silver ) is money, everything else is credit, as was testified by JP Morgan in front of the US Congress back in 1912.
So you have it from the horses mouth so to speak ( back then even the globalist's still told the truth ) although with JP Morgan it killed him soon after.
Inflation is a bit like going bankrupt, it happens at such a slow pace for so long that the people don't even notice it or care that it is happening,
and then it happens so quickly that the majority of the people will be caught completely unawares, as has happened so many times previously
in world history.
Take no notice of a few of the annoying naysayers on here, they suffer from an attention deficit disorder, so this is their way of gaining much
needed attention and importance, and hurling insults at anyone who disagrees with their twisted logic.
I must say that my nearly one year on this forum has been on the whole a pleasant and educational one despite the actions of a few dropkicks to ruin it,
so welcome to the forum @28Wealth, and don't let the behaviour of a few on here deter you from continuing to engage and participate, 98% of the people
on here are good decent people.
@hardyakkagold still thinks it's 1912.
How did you work that out? There's over 14 700 members on here and you haven't ignored 290 of them!
Hello one and all....I am one of those suckers that got sucked in by the recent hype about silver going to the moon. I purchased 136oz of coins and bars but I failed to do my research and it seems I have invested at the top of the market. I am not sure whether to cut my losses which would be around a £1500 loss or wait for a long time to recoup my money. I do really like the silver I have purchased but I just wish I had purchased it at a more reasonable rate. I just wanted to ask what the general consensus is regarding the future price of silver. All the info on silver going to $50 seems to be from people selling silver that have a conflict of interest so I thought I would ask you guys what your thoughts wer. Do you think silver will actually go to $50 or is it more likely to drop down to previous levels of $11. I understand you can not give financial advice but any opinions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
I'm not surprised, that's the problem with premiums. It took quite sometime for my silver to "breakeven" at spot. My breakeven was $17+ for silver. It took even longer for platinum with the sluggish pricing and erratic movements and silver premium.
That's why physical silver is a long term investment because you lose money the moment you buy it. It's a difficult concept to grasp for beginners that are new to stacking and only know stock investments where there is virtually no premium or sales tax. The easiest way to view silver is as a hedge, and not as a speculation. A hedge against the reset and hyperinflation.
With VAT or sales tax, it's even worst. That's why I buy physical silver because I don't need to pay sales tax. It's an edge over many others.
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