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Yugoslav Silver edition

Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/
https://sdbullion.com/
https://boldpreciousmetals.com/
https://bgasc.com/
https://providentmetals.com/
https://www.moneymetals.com/
https://monumentmetals.com/
https://goldenstatemint.com/
https://gainesvillecoins.com/
https://silvertowne.com/
https://schiffgold.com/
https://goldsilver.com/
https://pinehurstcoins.com/
https://sprottmoney.com/
https://goldsilver.be/en/
https://silvergoldbull.com/
https://www.goldeneaglecoin.com/

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info
https://jmbullion.com/ultimate-guide-to-90-silver-coins/
https://kevinsworkbench.com/junksilverguide/
http://coinflation.com
http://coinapps.com/

>Compare
https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)

>News
https://kitco.com/
http://silverseek.com/
https://mining.com/

>Bullion tax info by state:
https://apmex.com/state-sales-tax-information

>Prospecting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCL6FKQZyoM [Open]
https://usgs.gov/energy-and-minerals/mineral-resources-program/science
https://gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mt-faqs/faq_fmc.pdf
https://mndm.gov.on.ca/en/mines-and-minerals/mining-act
https://amazon.ca/Gold-Creeks-Ghostowns-British-Columbia/dp/088839988X

>Test
Nitric Acid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mg9YcAShTo [Open]
Magnets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSXg-WOEVY [Open]
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/fake-bullion-database
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

EU/ENGLAND sources
https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ [Website to compare gold prices for UK]

Russian/European coins
https://oldsilver.ru/

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>>24129333
Ironic thread edition, I was just about to ask about Yugoslav silver. I can’t find any 1930’s silver 100 Dinara on eBay, just cupro-nickel and these Olympic proof coins from the 80’s isn’t my thing. Where would I be able to find a silver one from the 30’s? And is there any other royal Yugoslav silver coins?
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Why is absolutely nobody here?
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>>24129736
Lamenting over bitcoin's rise.
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>>24129736
After the shit flinging last thread I don’t blame anyone for wanting to take a break
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>>24129729
Your question was actually the inspiration for the Edition. I did some more research: the coin you see pictured there is a 50 dinara, the last circulating silver coin in Yugoslavia. It was minted into the late 1930s.
Prior to WWI, there were other lower denominations of Silver coins and even some Gold ones.
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>>24129736
busy right now, but posting good looking gold.
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>>24129868
Ah ok, thanks for the info. So there wasn’t a silver 100 Dinara I assume, just the 50 right?
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xth for buying silver
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Speaking of appreciating assets, anyone get a price prediction for pic related? I just got mine in the mail today and I'm wondering how long anons plan on holding these for before selling
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I haven't pulled the trigger on my next buy yet, for some reason I feel as though we'll see a pullback soon. Anyone have any insight?
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>>24130220
You can see a pullback on tuesday due to the comex report, but this position will not hold with the bond market in china starting to be defaulted with a political slap fight incoming this week.
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>>24130162
Not sure, the old ones and the club nintendo ones will probably have better resale
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>>24129333
For the anon who asked about my owls in the last thread, this is when I picked them up
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>>24129736
I don't think anyone's used the word Repudiation since this poster got made
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This thread has a disturbing lack of waifu's
And fuck crypto cucks
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>>24130162
Good, I have one my dad gave me which he picked up brand new when it came out because he worked deep sea on oil tankers and got one for himself. Pretty fun/10 too so a decent little investment at this point, especially working.
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>>24129981
left one has unusually good looking face for a nip

>>24130260
I maintain that we will see a large movement this week, but I have no idea which way.
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>>24129333
Checked. We going to the moon soon boys.
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>>24129736

PM have been correcting for 3 months, hype has died down, fud is increasing, new mining speculators have bought the top and been btfo'd.

pmg is a great contrarian indicator, it really feels like we're nearing the bottom of the correction. Expecting a dump next week on options expiry then we get wave 5 soon. Bitcoin which has traded with correlation to gold since Powell bent the knee has ended it's correction and broken out. CBDC and stimulus just beyond the horizon.
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>>24129333
first for priceless OL (Office Ladies)
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>>24131151
>wave 5
Why wave 5
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>>24129333
if Trumps team cant get their cases to courts, are we going to be doomed?
with Biden the globohomo nanny state socialist nightmare will get turned up to %1000
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>>24131248
ewt
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>>24131224
How much does a blowjob from an office lady cost? One peace dollar right? No way it's cheap.
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>>24131472
>tfw will never have a nippon OL waifu irl
My heart is literally breaking
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>>24129333
Are pajeets actually range banned from this entire board or is that just /biz/lore?
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>>24131698
Nice collection! That's a great set. The correct term is "for reference" as in "lime for reference" or in your case "gun for reference". Here, cat for reference. It gives an idea of the size.
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Does anyone here on Metalla royalty stock? I’ve been following them for maybe a year but I haven’t pulled the trigger. I own Franco and Sandstorm. I’m just wondering if there’s something about Metalla that I might be missing that would make it cheap at the current price.
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>>24131838
>He baleeted it
Welp
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>>24132325
Probably had the serial number of the gun in frame
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>>24132397
Kek closest thing I have to a fun. Nofuns here :( yes that's a cheap tacticool red dot (green too tho) and it's because it was cheap and the original sight broke on the end of the barrel so I need something to aim with and it was cheap from AliExpress. Not like I need range.
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>>24132162
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>>24132513
Is that a BB or airshit gun?
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>>24132550
Air rifle, .22 Webley osprey. Was my dads, had it fixed up by a friend's dad and it works fine. Recently put a new mainspring in it.
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>>24132657
Pretty cool that it’s a Webley, it sucks you brits can’t even have the namesake revolver
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>>24132397
Correct
Photo meta gets deleted upon posting but physical serials do not
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>>24132804
Yeah I wish. It's a good air rifle, the .22 is the rarer one too, the .177 is far more common. I just want an sks or type 56 copy to plink away with, and a cool under-folding bayonet, too.
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>>24129960
Just the 50 and 20 dinara, no 100.
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>>24131650
Nigerians are, I'm not sure about Pajeets.
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>>24131224
Can I have three please?
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>>24131390
In just failing to see a wave 5... What scope and frame? We're in the middle of wave 1 or 2 imo.
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>>24133296
literal heavenly perfection
how can they be so perfect?
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Where is everybody?
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>>24133515
Right here bratan, right here. Everyone shilling crypto shitcoins, it's bull market time.
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>>24133515
Market's closed, lots of FUD. Doesn't make for much to talk about right now.
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>>24132162
Yea I own some Metalla that I bought back in June. Wouldn't call it a cheap royalty stock anymore, but they're a pretty great company. they have a royalty for Fosterville which might be the best royalty out there right now, and they also have the Cortez Trend royalty for the Barrick and Newmont jv in Nevada.
I haven't comfirmed it but I hear they're silver heavy which I think you'd probably want to be for the next year at minimum. I'd buy them. Also a big fan of EMX and I think they'll perform well. Rick Rule called them the pound for pound smartest team out there.
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>>24129333
/pmg/ getting the digits once again I see
>>24129902
That's massive!
>>24133296
You'll get the other two, I'll take the one on the right
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>>24133634
yea if i ever get the chance to go to australia thats the kind of gold I ll be looking for.
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>>24133296
>>24133488
Yes they are cute in their 20's, but you faggots realize they all get that stereotypical asian look between age 30-40 right? Asian women age like fucking milk
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>>24127499
Truth is anon, the game was rigged from the start.
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>>24129333
just bought my first silver today, 15 oz in coins. im gonna start buying more regularly, in the next couple months i think im gonna spend 500 on a gold coin.

i figure with everything happening rn, "diversity" is a mans best friend, and for once the white mans
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>>24133488
Plastic surgery, photo shop, selective breeding.
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>>24133771
Sensible choice, good luck, enjoy your first purchases
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>>24133374
I have march to may 20 as 1, August 20 as 3
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>>24133941
Why did the North Koreans produce a 27g Silver coin? Why couldn't they choose a weight that makes sense?
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ive been consuming so much info about the us election, it is exhausting. i dont know if i should go further into physical gold and silver
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>>24129981
This image just broke my NNN. Fuck you nigger
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>>24134167
Lmao you’re fucking weak, I haven’t whacked it in 7 months
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>>24134100
>Why did norks do something
Who knows anon, who knows. Just to be different.
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>>24134154
Biden is bullish for silver and gold
not so much for miners
the only election that matters now is Georgia Senators in January
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>>24134246
you mean miners with American properties?
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>>24134270
yep, he doesn't have any control over other places
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>>24134289
Bullish for miners in Canada and Australia then
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>>24134246
i don't think the dems have any chance of succeeding. what does chaos do to pm and the market in general?
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I feel there's not enough of us in here actively listening to the experts and seasoned mining and industry veterans who've been through multiple bull and bear markets. Here's a recent Rick Rule interview with some wisdom. When he was 20 he was exactly like the mining speculators here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6vU_BLHiMw&ab_channel=SoarFinancial
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>>24133771

Great work Anon. You are on your journey with PMs. I hope you enjoy your investment and your stay here.
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>>24134228
What country is that banknote from?
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>>24134467
Italy
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>>24134335
Dems crash the market and metals go up as a safe haven

>>24134399
>I feel there's not enough of us in here actively listening to the experts and seasoned mining and industry veterans who've been through multiple bull and bear markets.
dude
I have 30 years in the mining industry (and a recycling company!)
not only do you guys never listen to me, but you report me and get me banned at least twice a month

you're a bunch of morons that can't stand to listen to experts or seasoned veterans of mining.
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>>24133559
Damn those look cool.
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Interesting, what do you have to say that people aren't listening to? I usually think there's only a handful of extremely insightful dudes here like Pan Man and argyrus, and a ton of morons.
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>>24134735
>what do you have to say that people aren't listening to?

>miners track metals and the market on downswings, but only loosely track the market on upswings and even then with a lag
>miners aren't leveraged metal investments
>most junior miners go bankrupt, even in bull markets
>the base cost of gold and silver production is no more than copper or lead
>scarcity isn't the only basis for value, there also has to be demand
>just because gold and silver have been money for thousands of years doesn't mean they are now or necessarily will be in the future
>if the dollar crashes gold and silver won't be worth shit. Bullets might be.
>in the even of fiat collapse people will make a new fiat
>all money is now digital money
>paper is more liquid than physical
>stackers are just numismatists in denial
>the average IQ of /pmg/ is about 80
>almost any equity is a better investment than metal
>a business owner makes between thousands and millions of times ROE while metal stackers and even stock buyers make dozens at best
>while you guys are busy saving money everyone else is out making more.
>????
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>>24134900
I will never understand why you have to be like this. Surely there are better places you can attention-seek on a saturday night.
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>>24134989
he asked, I answered
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>>24134989
But what parts of what he said are wrong?
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>>24134900
checked.

>miners track metals and the market on downswings, but only loosely track the market on upswings and even then with a lag
>miners aren't leveraged metal investments

I see your point that it's not always 1:1 but generally speaking there is tracking with higher beta right? I guess the question is when is there tracking and leverage, and when isn't there and why.

>if the dollar crashes gold and silver won't be worth shit. Bullets might be.

I agree with the idea. in SHTF scenarios I'd put so many things first before precious metals. However I see a lot of scenarios of dollar crash where gold and silver are great assets; are you saying dollar crash scenarios are all SHTF scenarios?

everything else I pretty much agree with lol
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>>24134989
ah there's the 80 iq guy
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>>24135131
i sure hope so... i was all in silver even though i knew about bitcoin at 8 bucks..this week actually is so painful. I remember having 500 i was dropping on coins and thought hey..bitcoins 8 bucks i should get 500 bucks of those coins.... who knows..would have let at least half of them go by now. 100 a bitcoin sounded pretty good.
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>>24135131
>I guess the question is when is there tracking and leverage, and when isn't there and why.
for miners to rise metals have to be up and industrial demand (i.e. the Dow) has to be up at the same time

otherwise they won't rise.

a rise in price alone represents speculation with no underlying industrial demand, so miners don't upshift. A rise in demand but not price is no incentive to increase production until price catches up.

both of these situations need to last long enough for known reserves to be exploited, usually 6 months for an existing operation and up to 3 years for a mine not in production.

and while it takes months to years of bull markets to start new mines, it only takes a couple months of a bear market to shut them down. Thus the lag in miners. We take forever to open up, but close in a matter of seconds.
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>>24134900
>most junior miners go bankrupt, even in bull markets
Your honestly right about this, but what I have noticed lately the past two years is there are way less truely "shit" juniors on the market lately. I remember ten years ago reading about dozens of these tiny dumpster fire closet office explorers that would pop up and die off within a year or so, I am just not seeing as many of these on my radar. Of course they might just be in jurisdictions I dont usually look at but here in BC and Canada there are way less of them than I ve ever seen.
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>>24135131
>>24135198
A great (and realistic) example of metals rising in value is cashless society, which will most likely be a thing in the next 5-10 years, especially since we're in the beta phase of it right now, I'm not an end of the world guy though and if I was I certainly wouldn't be stacking silver and gold
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>>24135253
The SEC has been taking the P&D vehicles down. And even 'junior' miners are huge companies, worth many millions.

but it's just statistics. Even good companies have a pretty high failure rate, and mining is riskier than a lot of fields.
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>>24135303
yes exactly, which is good compared to how things used to be. I remember literally hundreds of tiny companies holding bits of ground in the Golden Triangle where they wouldnt even visit the land more than once than talk it up at conventions. I wonder what the current failure rate for juniors is today compared to back even ten years ago, I am willing to bet its changed a great deal.
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>>24129868
Based
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>>24135375
I agree, we're in MUCH better shape than the 80's or even 15 years ago.

I hope you've read Mark Twain's stuff on mine speculation in Virginia City. It's fucking hillarious, but it also sounds just like mine speculation today
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>>24135245
Does this apply to gold? I can see it applying to all other metals but I thought gold was for the most part a monetary metal. A quick google search says gold demand is 48% jewellry, 28% investment, 15 % central bank, 9% technology roughly.
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>>24135439
no, gold is unique because it doesn't depend on industrial demand

but it does rely on psychology, and the psychology that crashes the Dow will also crash a gold mine
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>>24135435
heck yes i ve read it, those days were so full of fraud and villainy its almost comical.
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is it too late to buy rhodium
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>>24135439
>>24135460
>the psychology that crashes the Dow will also crash a gold mine

strictly speaking if the dow can't find investors or loans neither can miners. Credit crunches aren't tied to any real market force, but they crash markets.
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>>24135479
Yes that ship has already sailed, it was under $1000 15 years ago and now the asking price is $15,500
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>if the dollar crashes gold and silver won't be worth shit.
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>>24134900
>a business owner makes between thousands and millions of times ROE
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>>24135474
Regarding your /out/ post on my uncle's Rogue River gold--

I live in a town with a classic primary ore deposit and the usual accompanying supergene

we have on top iron-gold (rose gold), followed by yellow, pure gold, and then white silver-gold, and at the bottom green gold (copper-gold). Much like the black hills gold, we have all of the colors in a single mine or ore body.

we used to have a cottage industry of jewelers that made pieces of muli-colored Leadville gold, just like the Black Hills gold. I'd love to see you do something similar with your collection, that would be beautiful. Our stuff commands a premium of 1000X or higher just for the rarity of the location material. Yours would be unique and really cool.
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>>24135460
>and the psychology that crashes the Dow will also crash a gold mine

...right
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>>24135676
Most businesses fail or get bought out

before they do most of them will make more money in a year than you will in your life.

these are simple facts. Any business owner knows them.
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>>24135460
>>24135727
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>>24135727
>IQ 80
who fixed the price of gold during the depression?
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I started my stack with gold buffalo at 1600 spot. I just bought 25 maples with crypto profit. Turn intangible wealth to tangible. What are your thoughts?
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>>24135460
>>24135727
>>24135742
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>>24135742
>IQ 80
who fixed the price of gold during the early 70's?
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>>24135730
>Most businesses fail or get bought out
>before they do most of them will make more money in a year than you will in your life.

Imagine actually being delusional enough to believe this
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>>24135701
there are guys that do make rings and other nice pieces from local gold but ours comes in mainly 3 flavors. Deep orange red, gray / white, and bright yellow. Black magnesium coated gold is common as well but is hard to detect by eye. Also I wish /out/ had more panning related content but the threads there seem to die at random.
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>>24135761
>IQ 80
tech=Dow?
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>>24135776
If you like the manganese black gold look up the tale of pegleg smith's black nuggets. An interesting true tale of psylomelane and gold nuggs. I believe the lost mine has been found in the Mojave desert, but a fascinating story if you can find it.
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>>24135776
/out/ is slow

I wish /biz/ was friendlier to hobby mining, prospecting, and metal detecting, but it is what it is. You do well here.
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>>24135770
>imagine being so ignorant as to not believe this

My near illiterate Mexican neighbor bought a bunch of pick up trucks and started a landscaping business. Guarantee his net worth is easily more than anyone in this thread. Most people who make it, make it with nickel dime bullshit like owning a couple liquor stores or an apartment building. And the minute you are profitable you have some giga nigga company breathing down your neck to sell.
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>>24135762
>>24135781
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>>24135757
What price did you buy your shitcoin at?
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>>24135833
gold before 1975 was guaranteed to be bought at a fixed rate by the government. No free market.

you might have a point during the tech bubble but you're cherry picking. There's a lag. Credit crunch comes first, then miners fail.
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>>24135813
where have i heard that name before... now I have something to look for in my archives thanks!
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>>24135460
Right, I've always wondered about silver how much investment demand can really drive up the price without reflation happening, and I just don't see reflation happening within the next 12 months. However, silver's market cap is itself tiny and investment demand will likely be greater than ever due to the central bank fuckery and the rightful narrative that goes with that.
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>>24135887
I probably mentioned it before, it's one of my faves

You're welcome, you've taught me tons and given me a shitload to read
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>>24135889
I think silver will easily hit a sustained $30 by summer 21 and may go over $100 EOY 21. I'm just basing that on the reaction of the market to the 08 crash as well as money printer. I could be wrong. I often am. But I don't think silver is done running and it's a decade overdue for an adjustment
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>>24134154
Watch some silver slayer and Mike Maloney on youtube, either way we are getting stimulus, either way digital stimulus, either way the rich get richer and the poor poorer, biggest wealth transfer in history, i went all in and every 1000 bucks i make im throwing into silver and some gold next week i hope
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>>24135939
I think the 100$ silver comes when the investment demand meets the industrial demand sometime 2022 onwards. Some people think it requires hyperinflation but I don't agree, especially when you adjust for inflation.

>>24135727
>>24135742
>>24135761
Kind of retarded as the charts show gold goes down with everything else in liquidation events, but it's the second leg down after the bounce where it's been historically resilient. Also as mentioned in the past there was a guaranteed buyer for homestake.
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I have some news, anons, both good and bad:

Pic related is the good news. I'm now a member of the Merc club! Got a $5 roll delivered today. All my previous .90 dimes have been Roosies.

The bad news is that it was actually only $4.90. Gonna try to call MM tomorrow (or Mon.) to see what we can make happen. I feel weird complaining about a missing dime, but a deal is a deal and every bit counts. I just hope they don't ask for them all to be returned for a full roll exchange or anything ridiculous like that.
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>>24135939
Don't forget the green meme push. That should also drive up demand and usage.
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>>24136042
>I think the 100$ silver comes when the investment demand meets the industrial demand sometime 2022 onwards.
you're probably right. The silver spike from 08 came almost three years later.

industrial demand for silver is huge, and is only going to pick up when the markets recover.
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>>24135863
29.30/coin. honestly it doesn't matter so much to me since i turned 0s and 1s into tangible PM.
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>>24136063
exactly. along with the use in electronics screens and credit cards it's getting more demand every year.
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>>24136048
Good luck anon, you deserve fair compensation for the BJs
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>>24136094
EVs use a ridiculous amount of silver too.The larger the EV market gets so to does the demand for silver.
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>>24136142
yeah, crazy quantities of silver in those. Was it you that mentioned the amount of silver in a US missile? Someone here mentioned it and I looked it up. Insane quantities of silver being blown to bits in every US missile. Probably every missile from every country.
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>>24136180
not just missiles, i was disturbed how much goes into ground vehicles and aircraft too. Same goes for orbiting space craft too, all that gold shielding and silver electronics get vaporized on reentry.
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>>24136084
And what price was your shitcoin at when you cashed in and bought gold? I know that photo isn’t yours and you’re just a crypto shill, but it’d be interesting to watch you LARP for the rest of the thread
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>>24134399

Very interesting quote from RR. The Pareto distribution applied to itself 3 fold in his investing, that is to say 1% of his investments have created 40% of his wealth, with that 1% belonging to the best management teams he's worked with who went on to succeed over and over again to create value. If he could go back. he would've just invested in the best management, and would've had to work half as hard and would've made twice the money.
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>>24136042
March was the first leg down. Sometime the next 2 months will be the second. Maybe even this week.
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>>24136220
you're like me so I know you know the feeling of wanting to find a way to capture that molecular metal and get it back

I spend hours trying to figure out how to mine seawater or the great sand dunes or people's fillings and false teeth. I don't know if I'm a reincarnated nazi death camp guard or a real scrooge mcduck. I don't even care about the money, I just want to concentrate.
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>>24134467
Iraq, pre 2003. It's Dinar
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>>24136267
when the Pareto Principle goes past 80/20 you've been playing in shit and ignoring the gold.
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>>24136300
Nothing important happened that year
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>>24134027
I'm seeing us as being in 1 or 2 from jan 2019. I'm going to sit with supercomputer anon and think we're in two for the first half of 2021. Leg 3 takes us to something like 5k.
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>>24136292
for me its the wastefullness that gets me every time. I see all this fabulous technology we pour tens of thousands of tonnes of resources into every year to see it either wasted in landfills or thrown away in a dozen different ways that makes them unrecoverable. It means I have more work to find more, but we shouldnt have to.
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>>24136267
>If he could go back. he would've just invested in the best management, and would've had to work half as hard and would've made twice the money.
that's why a dumber investment strategy produces a higher Pereto Principle.

and optimized Pereto is what I call the perfect pereto- 1:1
100% of your investments make 100% of your gains.
this is also called putting all your eggs in one basket.

but it's the reason business owners can make a million X REO. Buy only the equities that pay more than they cost and you can't lose... until you do.
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>>24136447
We're going to wind up mining landfills. I've said it before and I'll keep saying it. I'd buy landfills for future use if the damn environmental liability wasn't so high right now.
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>>24136484
funny enough landfills here are now listed as government property, so everything dumped will belong to the government when prices go bonkers. I am sure contracts to process dumps will go to government cronies down the line.
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>>24136447
>>24136484
an interesting fact-

most modern landfills are build with an earthen or artificial liner much like a heap leach pad to prevent contaminants entering the groundwater.

This will be useful in future. Spray that fucker with cyanide and see what drips out. Mostly shit, but a lot of valuable stuff too.
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>>24136535
>I am sure contracts to process dumps will go to government cronies down the line.
that's me

that's exactly who I am
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>>24136459
Reminds me of the anons here investing all in on 6 companies. For the most part betting on the properties, but usually management has some sketchyness. Like Aurcana who've gone bankrupt before, or CCW who haven't been the best.

>>24136535
>>24136542

You guys ever hear about Enviroleach Technologies? Could be the greatest moonshot resource company out there but they haven't been able to put it together yet.
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>>24136542
huh, your right I had never thought of that. A land fill really does work like a heap leach pad for low grade ore. I am sure we may have to mulch the material a bit before hand though, compaction may limit the depth that added solutions would be able to reach.
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>>24136566
https://www.enviroleach.com/

They're trying to be an E-waste miner
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>>24136566
>You guys ever hear about Enviroleach Technologies?
kek

I can't comment on that.
>>24136571
yep, we'll need aeration and stratification to get good leaching but that's just dozer and loader work. Probably won't happen in our lifetimes but my kids are in on the ground floor if they want my companies.
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>>24136594
I ve heard of these guys, they offered their services to an assay office in Quesnel and Prince George BC to process placer miners heavy black sand material. I dont have all the details but a lot of people were mad at them because they had pie in the sky plans than never send anyone back anything recovered from the heavy concentrates. I may message one of my mates involved at the Gold Shack in Quesnel about it, I am not sure they ever settled up.
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>>24136625
Black sand is remarkably difficult to process. You know that.

the actual profit usually comes from plat group byproduct, but even then it depends a great deal on costs.
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>>24136654
I remember these guys pitched a processing circuit that they wanted to test and offered to process black sand concentrates from miners as part of the testing process but either it didnt work or something else happened, because Green River Gold in Quesnel and the Gold Shack as well as the Assay office in Prince George broke off dealing with Enviroleach so the deal must have went south. The tech probably doesnt work as advertised, I ve not seen a single company buy into their leaching tech or anything else.
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silver will not save you
turn to Jesus Christ
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>>24134900
>if the dollar crashes gold and silver won't be worth shit.

so every currency on earth is also crashed or China just isn't interested in silver and gold all the sudden?

You seem kinda retarded
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test
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>>24136654
I mean with plat group 1/3 of the metals will go up the chimney as stack gas and the remaining 2/3 alloy with iron to form slag

Cyanide won't touch them because it dissolves iron more easily than it takes plat shit

you literally have to crush it to molecular levels without breaking, spalling, and rolling before treating it with aqua regia. Which is fine, but crushing and acid treatment is both dangerous and expensive. Not to mention time consuming. Plats are a bitch. They're the one PM group that truly represents the cost of production and has an almost entirely industrial price. Extremely difficult to recover. Literally hundreds of steps to process each metal and there's a few of them.
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>>24136714
>The tech probably doesnt work as advertised,
I'd bet large money on that
but some of their ideas may be solid
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>>24136741
>so every currency on earth is also crashed or China just isn't interested in silver and gold all the sudden?
If the dollar crashes China has nobody to sell to.

sorry. wiped out.
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>>24136789
my concern would be that it may work in theory,, but on the ground (or should i say in the ground) its probably not as effective or productive. I would love to see them with a running test circuit on a real ore body but I havent seen any projects wanting to buy into them.
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>>24136833
yep, it's future tech

not worth the bother right now, but 50 or 100 years down the line it might be worth it.

I don't know about the specific circuit you mention though. I'd guess that one just didn't work. Because they were probably going after plat group or rare earths and failed.
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>>24136833
recovering gold and silver from black sand is expensive, but the tech is well understood. We already know how to do that. It's costly, but not complicated.

They were aiming for something rarer or their bids wouldn't have been interesting.
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>>24136854
>>24136948
your probably right because the black sands in our district carry crazy grades of platinum, rhodium and palladium so thats likely what they were after, but i am sure they were also after any remaining free gold in the sands as well.
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>>24136991
you're also not far from one the largest rare earth deposits in North America.

They probably lost money on that project. Fucking engineers don't have crystal balls. And processing trash has a very slim margin to begin with.

any gold they could snag would be a bonus, that's a fact.
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Is it even possible to find a better deal than this for me? especially for asahis and not some random condition generics. i'm autistic and bored of always ordering from jm
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Who here remember when we were supposed to skyrocket in September because of the convex delivery, what a let down. Still holding even a bunch of mining stocks and physical but damn did I expect more that crabbing for months
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>>24137128
don't buy the schizo memes
fiat isn't likely to crash
the world probably won't end
comex isn't going to default

metals will probably go up a bit
miners might do well because of that.
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Am I missing out if I only buy generic rounds of silver? I could never afford the premiums for maples or eagles.
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>>24137186
most here will sell their stack before the price rises enough to pay the premium

so no, you're doing fine.
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>>24137128
>convex
Comex
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>>24135174
>>24135439
Uh huh... Good stuff.

>>24135002
Yeah but youre a prick in 100% of these threads and I simply dont understand your motivation. Youve been at this for months and months typing the exact same shit. It's just baffling behavior especially considering how chill these threads tend to be. You can challenge people's beliefs and motivations without being a complete fucking douche while you do it. You clearly know what youre talking about but you go out of your way to be a contrarian just to upset a few people in this small corner of the internet.
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>>24137128
>Who here remember when we were supposed to skyrocket in September because of the comex delivery, what a let down.
To be fair it wasn't entirely a let down, the prices crashed from $29 to $23 the day after delivery. It was dramatic price action resulting from delivery, but it wasn't in the direction the schizos promised.
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>>24137404
>Yeah but youre a prick in 100% of these threads and I simply dont understand your motivation
being nice generally doesn't generate responses, bumps, or outside interest. I've been a prick all my life, most of you are just like me. Only difference is I understand the 4chan format. Nice response gets 0-1 replies, asshole response gets hundreds. Websites live or die on traffic, not niceness. So do boards and threads. Fact is I agree with a lot posted here, but that won't generate traffic or views. Nice kills the thread.
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>>24136728
Amen
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>>24137404
>without being a complete fucking douche while you do it.
you ever notice most of the responses in any thread are to me?

that's not just attention whoring though I do have an enormous ego

that's also a real fact of life. People reply to complete fucking douches a thousand to one vs. the agreeable yes man.
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>>24137690
>People reply to complete fucking douches a thousand to one vs. the agreeable yes man.
how do I make money off this, /biz/?

look at the president of the us. Probably the biggest douche to ever live. If you figure out how to cash in on douche-hood and being a despicable asshole you'll never go broke. This is also business, where any attention is good attention, including bad attention.

Rich people are often contrarian fucking assholes. Ponder that for a bit and see if you can find the mechanism at work. /pmg/ calls it jews, but really it's just anyone that doesn't care for your stupid opinions and ignores them.
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>>24137690
>>24137774
>Replying to yourself.
I guess you're right about being a douche, though.
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>>24137922
absolutely.
I am an amazing fucking douche.

but I stacked more cash (gold, silver) in the last 2 days than all of you put together amassed in the last year. Mostly that's because US government contracts renew in November, but anyways...

I'm a rich douche while you are - as yet - relatively poor douches. But you are my past and I am your possible future.
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>>24137922
>>24138058
I mean realistically my net worth increased by $2,000,000 in the last 48 hours alone while you guys might have made a few thousand in the last few years.

congratulations me. But what are you fuckwads waiting for? Why aren't you getting down on this? Pan Man is the closest I've seen. The rest of you are lost.
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>>24133738
What race of woman doesn't age like milk?
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>>24138125

Take your meds schizo.
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>>24138177
it'd be funny if it wasn't true.

I have a single contract worth more than all the silver and gold posted in every thread this year. And that's one of dozens my firm handles.

hell, I've posted credentials in these threads worth more than /pmg/ posts in a year But you're too plebian to understand them. And that's fine. You shouldn't understand rich people because you'll literally never be one.
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>>24135661

That's always my favorite fud. The future is either completely business-as-usual and keep buying tech stocks, or absolute Armageddon mad max world where it's also not possible to buy both lead and gold for some reason.

"I'm gonna keep doing what I'm doing, and if it turns out to be the wrong thing there was nothing I could have or should have done differently anyway."

>>24134900

>a business owner makes between thousands and millions of times ROE while metal stackers and even stock buyers make dozens at best

Kek. Be honest with me man, do you just do this to keep the threads bumped?
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>>24138228
>hell, I've posted credentials in these threads worth more than /pmg/ posts in a year But you're too plebian to understand them.
Let me guess, you run a metal recycling business?
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>>24138125
>>24138058
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>>24138286
>Kek. Be honest with me man, do you just do this to keep the threads bumped?

to be honest I've made $5 million verifiable US in the last 20 years as a government contractor and working for mining industry. A search of biz archives will support this.

I bump your threads because they interest me. No other reason. I retired rich ages ago
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>>24138493
dude im sorry but there are so many flaws in all of your arguments.
>if dollar crashes gold and silver is worthless
ehm no the market will panic into metals which will start the next commodities bubble
>if usa goes china has nobody to sell to
china is not gonna get rich by selling to people who cant pay the loans back, China has the production and thats the real wealth so it wont matter if the usa doesnt buy it, they can consume it themselves or other countries will
>gold and silver were money in the past wont be in the future
what do u think will happen when people lose trust in fiat, the government will just go HEY LOOK GUYS WE HAVE DIGITAL ONE NOW NEVERMIND U JUST LOST ALL UR SAVINGS AND WE ARE WEIMAR REPUBLIC 2.0 THIS TIME IT WILL BE DIFFERENT. suuuuure buddy
>almost any equity is a better investment than metal
right now the stock market is at all time p/e all time high, meanwhile mining/commodities are undervalued, sure if u can make ur own business thats alot better than only putting a few thousands into pmg, but if u have money on the side, and if u dont think starting a business atm is a great idea, which its probably not unless you can start something without any major cost/low cost of running, putting it into miners is going to be the best way to make money.

youre so arrogant, its sad, boasting on biz MUUH 2,000,000... dude grow the fuck up
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>>24138493
jesus christ dude,, if thats you... perfect example of money only being a small part of the equation
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>>24138587
real estate.

that's all.

>youre so arrogant, its sad, boasting on biz MUUH 2,000,000... dude grow the fuck up
kek
I could pay to have you neutered and it would cost me less than I make in 15 minutes

just fucking with you. Money don't matter bro. I'm just saying nothing you guys make will matter either. It's all a grand troll
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>Spamming 46 of 183 replies in the thread
>Deliberately replying to one post at a time to hit bump limit faster
>Deliberately replying to you own posts in chains one at a time to hit bump limit faster
>Vomiting walls of shit advice in the hopes some anon gets rugged

I hate this faggot and I hope Tel Aviv is turned to glass.
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>>24138602
>jesus christ dude,, if thats you... perfect example of money only being a small part of the equation
you got it.
nothing you make matters. Only one thing matters

and yes, that's me.
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>>24138619
real estate... YEEEEA becuase real estate is DEFINENTLY NOT propped up by 0% interest rates / NEGATIVE rates in europe and also AT ALL TIME HIGHS.....
yea dude okay, ur def fucking retarded/a troll which if you are is really fucking sad what are you doing with ur life, u really think this is funny? go hit the fucking gym, be social, play videogames do something, learn a language NOT this dude... wtf are you doing
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>>24138623
>Vomiting walls of shit advice in the hopes some anon gets rugged
fuck you stupid bitch
I hope one anon here makes it

it won't be you
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>>24138646
I don't know about europe.

I only know about US. But here in the real world real estate has paid far more than metals and continues to pay far more even now as we speak.

do what you gotta do Russian faggot.
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>>24138587
>the market will panic into metals which will start the next commodities bubble
without the dollar there is no market
>if the usa doesnt buy it, they can consume it themselves or other countries will
nobody wants it. the US buys it to keep china on a leash. China can't afford its own shit, they'd cannibalize themselves.
>what do u think will happen when people lose trust in fiat, the government
the gov will issue new paper. The trust isn't int eh government, it's in the people
>right now the stock market is at all time p/e all time high, meanwhile mining/commodities are undervalued, sure if u can make ur own business thats alot better than only putting a few thousands into pmg, but if u have money on the side, and if u dont think starting a business atm is a great idea, which its probably not unless you can start something without any major cost/low cost of running, putting it into miners is going to be the best way to make money.
true
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>>24129902
i got a question. if you found an nugget like this, how could you trust that when you sent it off to refining they wouldnt lie about the final refined weight and steal a bunch of ounces from you? i mean itd be easy for them to say "well there was a lot of rock or granite in the middle"
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>>24138619
I think for real estate there will be a dip soon, as businesses are going bankrupt due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Thereby, remote working will be the new norm, removing the demand for office buildings and living spaces in cities (e.g. look at New York right now). So what I think will happen is that they will convert office buildings to living spaces into apartments. Further increasing supply, pushing down the price. It may even coincide with a peak in precious metals (silver $50 - $100), so that is the time to sell PM’s and go to real estate. I am just spitballing, wat are thoughts on that?
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>>24138646
Real estate/land is the end goal I think, you can not eat gold, grow food or raise a family on gold. Of course you should have some as back-up in chase of a financial emergency. The real estate prices now are indeed outrageous, I will hope it will collapse soon
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>>24139205
>wat are thoughts on that?
at the same time lots of real estate opens up people will be sitting home fucking each other an making new babbies which will require new rooms and eventually new houses to live in

but seriously, I think the vaccine will probably stop that crash before it seriously gets going. We've already lost a shitload of brick and mortar businesses, but those spaces will inevitably be filled by a bunch of new idiots that think brick and mortar stores are a good idea in the age of amazon and eBay
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>>24139537
>he doesn't know
Oh you're funny. You're a good troll, I'll give you that, got me good man
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>>24134718
Thanks, I have a real love for those 5 lire. I have 20 of them now.
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>>24139977
So much better than the US Eagle.
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>>24139537
>brick and mortar stores are a good idea in the age of amazon and eBay

you can't get all services through online. (yet?)

signed, small biz owner netting about 100k this year even with nuflu.
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>>24139537
> We've already lost a shitload of brick and mortar businesses, but those spaces will inevitably be filled by a bunch of new idiots that think brick and mortar stores are a good idea in the age of amazon and eBay
Yeah the end result of that are still empty businesses.
>also
You claim having a stack and being here for months, I have yet to see one. A receipt would suffice, otherwise your full it.
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>>24129736
we need more silver tiddies unironically. i know i'm retarded but until we made it we need something to keep us alive imho.
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>>24139205

Real estate is completely out of whack with incomes as a result of govt intervention making debt too cheap.

The perception is that they always go up, which they do because the debt to purchase them gets continually cheaper pumping the price while reinforcing the perception that this trend will continue forever. It works great so long as the govt continues with pumping these markets, but it's like entering a suicide pact with Uncle Sam.

I think no matter what they'll intervene to save real estate buy printing to forgive loans, keep rate low, and buy up securities, There's simply too many people who will lose everything and riot if they don't. But it has diminishing returns, and at a certain point inflation will catch up with this scheme and outpace how fast they can pump these asset prices with cheap debt.

So the next trick will be to pump people's incomes via UBI. Govt seems to think that's now the best way to insure continued inflation.
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>>24138634
Yeah, that's not you fag. Was pretty easy to find that pic.
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>>24140380
This would be bullish for literally everything except for holding cash just pure based on inflation. Well say goodbye to your savings I guess

>>24140399
Yup thought so
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>>24135757
You should buy silver Krugerrands not Cucknadian Maples.
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>>24134467
the absolute state of burger education
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>>24136484
>>24136292
Interesting thing: Norwegians (and probably others too as a joint research effort) are trying to research seabed mining. There must be an incredible amount of minerals under the sea but the whole idea seems impossible to me (and includes many environmental risk factors)
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>>24140568
Seabed mining is a hell lot more plausible the asteroid mining IMO. Still probably costs a lot
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>>24129849
dumb thread collector here, what happened?
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>>24139912
>>he doesn't know
so tell me? I'm always interested in learning
>>24140032
I run a small biz as well, but mine's in biz services. I don't know if I'll net $100k this year but it looks promising.
>>24140314
>You claim having a stack and being here for months,
everyone here knows I've been here for months. If you check archives you'll see I've been here since day 1
>>24140399
>Yeah, that's not you fag. Was pretty easy to find that pic.
lol
found it on /an/? want a timestamp of my fish tank, little man?
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>call LCS about buying a couple old proof-like sets and a silver dollar
>compare his price with an recognized online dealer
>he won't go down $5 (trying to lessen my travel cost)
Literally saved $20 AFTER taxes and shipping to just order it online

Some of the LCS guys in my area are plain retarded or unreasonable. One guy makes you call ahead of time and tell him the year of the coins you want to buy, without seeing their condition first
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>>24140600
It's a little bit more plausible. I wonder how you're able to mine anything in a high-pressure underwater environment
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>>24134900
>>just because gold and silver have been money for thousands of years doesn't mean they are now or necessarily will be in the future
>>if the dollar crashes gold and silver won't be worth shit. Bullets might be.
>>in the even of fiat collapse people will make a new fiat
contradiction. to establish a new fiat currency you'll need something to back it. gdr had aluminum chips called "mark" and you could pay your rent with them (state was the landlord) and buy basic food. if you wanted to pay a plumber you needed deutsch mark, us dollar or rare products. precious metals were better money than the shitty fiat. fiat currencies have a lot of benefits of course but only if state and economy are in good shape. the next time bitcoin crashes people will realize it has become a scam. i was really enthusiastic about crypto currencies first. but today i am more than skeptical. bitcoin/crypto tading is tulip mania 2.0. there is no demand for any crypto. of course central banks are working on cbdc but only to continue bring the game on the next level with mmt. cryptos will be regulated and taxed to death and they will be forbidden.
> inb4 you cannot forbid decentralized shitcoins hahahaha
when they kick out cash and implement cbdc they can enforce whatever tax they want. and although cryptos claim to be decetralized and what ever they run on mostly state owned infrastructure and if you look at the full nodes you see it's a much smaller number than users. how many full nodes exist world wide? 50k? most of them in china and the us. the internet is hierarchically organized and the governments will always be able to block traffic for most users and they'll always be able to get their hands on the operators of data centers / mining farms. sorry to say that but crypto is inferior to fiat and both are inferior to gold and silver.
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>>24140780
>contradiction. to establish a new fiat currency you'll need something to back it.
unless the entire population is primed and trained to accept unbacked paper.

crypto is a ponzi scheme that the government allows because you have to pay tax on it. Don't be silly. we don't deal in crypto, we deal in numbers.
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>>24140399
I mean let's be serious, I have fucking FISH worth more than your stack
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>>24140754
>>24140600
The Wikipedia entry is very interesting to read. Not sure if there's been a company that has actually managed to begin mining though
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_sea_mining
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>>24140399
my average vacation cost more than most people itt make in a year.

so what are you stacking? future fish? future vacations?

my only hope is that someone here gets it and stops fucking around like some poor person.
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>>24140828
>unless the entire population is primed and trained to accept unbacked paper.
that was a fear i had but than you'll at least have the material value determined by the superior products you can create with them. some of the most important and excellent products contain pm or would contain more pm if they were cheaper (e.g. prostheses or electronics). i think there are efforts to brain program the public to forget the value of pm but that won't be effective. people found the value of pm throughout history. the success of pm as currency throughout history came from their characteristics. every other currency mankind tried (e.g. rare clams, glass pearls, paper) rotted away or inflated or crashed otherwise. what i try to say is that people will either value pm because they learn unbacked paper money has no value the hard way (they will see the sell off of assets into pm during a crash) or the natural superiority of pm as materials together with the supply and demand mechanism (and the resulting increased valuation in a free market) will increase their value if productivity increases. it's hard to express for me but the value of pm is naturally tied to productivity of mankind. of course if you are alone and lost in the desert incapable of doing anything and you would give everything for a glass of water and a ticket out of that hell. but the natural binding with productivity is a garantor to make pm money over time again. there was a reason they created the fake paper markets for silver to supress the price of productivity.
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>>24141104
the money illusion is extremely strong.

I get your love of PM because I'm a boomer that grew up with gold and silver, but that love is dying out.

I hope you're right but I'm not at all sure you are
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>>24141079

>"don't invest, just start a business bro look at how rich I am"

Why not go start a small business general for this for people who are interested instead of filling half the /pmg/ thread with it? It's not even on-topic.
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>>24140465
any reason you don’t like maples apart from Canada being a cuck nation?
I almost exclusively own silver maples because I like their recognizability and relatively strong security features(?)
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>>24141227
>It's not even on-topic.
my business is mining gold and silver, among other things.

anon wanted the opinion of seasoned, long-time veterans of the mining markets. That's me. And i think stacking metal and investing in small miners is a huge gamble at best. I work in metals mining, I've made literal millions predicting metals and mining futures. Do with that what you will.
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>>24141248
I find the strong dislike a lot of people have for a given coin, or sometimes a whole variety of coins, utterly baffling.

>don't buy Philharmonics because musical instruments are gay! They have Weiner written on them! They have a flat edge!
>don't buy any Commonwealth coins because they have "lizards/pedophiles/Illumernoty" on them, lol old hag
>don't buy South African coins because le white genocide meme, profits apparently go straight to the ANCYL and EFF

What kind of coins meet with the full approval of the peanut gallery? Americlap coins? Old German coins? Spanish silver, perhaps?
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>>24141421
those are indeed some strange reasons
I think coins should be designed in a way that makes them difficult to counterfeit
with that said I still love gold buffalos
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>>24141421
>don't buy South African coins because le white genocide meme
No, you want to plunder South Africa of their material wealth in exchange for fiat. Krugs have a classy design too
I want to get at least another tube of 2020 Krugs and a gold one someday
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>>24135757
Ya dun good
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>>24141278
59 posts by this ID
227 posts itt

25.99% of this thread is me

over 1/4th of /pmg/ is one person.

have a good night guys, hope your stupid coin collections pay off big or something. Don't shit your depends if nothing every happens. surely we'll see the complete collapse of society and incoming hyperinflation soon. Surely
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>>24141079
Jesus christ listen to this larping faggot. A snorkle and some fish lol
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I been on vacation for 2 weeks and took a break from checking pmg and miners during this time. Did I miss anything?
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>>24141161
the pm denyers will learn. either the easy way or the hard way. the false teachings of debt as currency became more and more degenerated over time. i'm looking forward into the future positively when it comes to pm. if i remember it correctly it is written in mose 2 that the debt shall be vanished every few decades.
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>>24142130
i can't answer man,
my % will go well over 1/4

shit

post your silly little stack immediately and show everyone how rich you are!
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>>24142169
>if i remember it correctly it is written in mose 2 that the debt shall be vanished every few decades.
kek

schlomon said there's nothing new under the sun even unto the slipping of the mortal coil

every few decades doesn't matter when your mortal coil gets slippery
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>>24142228
cycles of debt canceling (multiple times within the life of the average joe) make debt (false money) allocation worthless.
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>>24142301
it has value as long as (((51%))) of the debt is paid back and the ((underwriters)) buy the remaining at 50.1%

people here really don't understand usury. Declare bankruptcy all you want, they play the odds
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>>24141707
>59 posts by this ID
>227 posts itt
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>>24142341
I usually change ID's at least 4 times in a thread

this one is for your edification only
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>>24129902
>>24133671
>>24135253
>>24135375
>>24135474
Are you really PAN MAN? I have my doubts
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>>24142358
he's Pan Man

I'm a guy much like him but not nearly as helpful
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>>24142341
here ya go, new ID for ya if all works according to plan

1 post by this ID bitches
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No your the same guy intentionally evading spam filters by switching ID, you just admitted yourself. PAN MAn actually answers the question. You use his name to create a air of legitimacy, which you haven t because it is YOU that is posting it.

Your nothing but a sad little troll everything you post is a lie, you don't have a business, it is not you in the pictures, nor did you made 2 million.

>inb4 muh 80 iq

Your projecting, enjoy your ban
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>>24142480
I NEVER use Pan Man's fucking name

because I respect Pan Man a thousand times more than I respect you useless pukes

changing IP's isn't against rules, but even if you get me banned I'll just
you know
change IP's
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Philharmonics look so fucking bad bros
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>>24142513
>I derail thread about people trying to save the little wealth they got by working
>I change IP to make sure no one can stop me pooping everywhere
>I bait people into "investing" into garbage cryptoCON
>trust me bro, I would never take someone name because I have honor
Your kind can't be trusted, history proved it for 5000 years faggot.
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>>24142461
>>24142381
Whatcha got there man?
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>>24142575
crypto is a scam

buying metal is kinda dumb, but crypto is a straight up russian roulette.

Pan man knows who I am and he knows I don't steal his name. It's not about honor. If two prospectors and miners talk it gets confusing if they both use the same name.
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>>24142602
>Whatcha got there man?
GOOOOOOLLLLD!
and some silver, lead and quartz
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Looks like I have got some one a little mad boys, awww did I hurt your feelings sweety?

>Change IP?
>Ban
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>>24142656
I'm not banned yet.

protip, bans are based on the number of reports from different IP's

meaning if I wanted to I could probably get YOU banned by reporting you from multiple IP's

I just don't really give a fuck about you and I'd love it if you managed to get me banned
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>no you
feeling the heat?
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>>24142703
wanna try it? you report me once from one IP and I report you 20 times from 20 IP's and we see who gets banned first?

you're not really worth the work, kid
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>>24142688
>the anon that ruined /pmg/

why does there always have to be one asshole who comes into a comfy place and start shitting all over it?
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DO IT
>posting from work
>not breaking any rules
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Getting the Mrs one of these for Christmas. Bullion she can wear.
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>>24142742
I've been in /pmg/ for most of this year, and on /biz/ since at least 2016
probably earlier, I don't keep logs

sorry for offending your delicate sensibilities. Maybe you'll get your comfy echo-chamber back when i go to sleep
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>>24142748
changing your IP isn't against the rules, moron
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No you won't go to sleep you will just give us more delicious (You)'s
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>>24142833
here's one
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>>24142833
I'm now over 1/3 of the posts here.

you guys gotta do something about that
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>>24142833
post your stacks quick before I'm more than half the posts in your thread
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>>24142633
>GOOOOOOLLLLD!
Yee-haw! Well obviously I could see that much ;)
>and some silver, lead and quartz
Alright cool. I was also actually interested in hearing a bit about the rocks from a geolocical perspective, like what the host rock is. Would you happen to know?
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What your are doing is against the rules man, please stop
>This post is off-topic
>Trolling outside \b\
>Intentionally evading spam/post filters
>Announcing a report or ‘sage’
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>>24142983
the host rock is a hydrothermal quartz deposit between a metamorphosed biotite schist and some nice Colorado granite

after the quartz infill crystalized we saw vugs fill with iron/gold first in the form of cubic pyrite with interlaced gold. Then came gold/silver/lead crystals in a cubic form. Again, wire gold first with galena and silver intermixed in cubic forms over top

finally we had some nice chalcopyrite overlain with very little gold or silver or lead, but traces of zinc. Mostly along the granitic horizon

If you come to Colorado I can show you all this first hand on the mountain and in the rock. But the gold wires crystals are really the main attraction. The rest is just details.

not right now of course. This mine sits at 12000 feet and is under 6 feet of snow right now. But come spring.
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>>24142987
I didn't report you, you worthless turd

If I did you'd be gone by now.
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Just shut the fuck up and post ball valves
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>>24142983
if you're interested in temporal geology we have a granitic dome from the laramide orogeny that cooled and fractured along fault lines

those fault lines were infilled with a siliceous dike, forming the primary matrix. Shortly after that we had primary deposits of iron sulfide and gold, followed by gold/silver/lead. All of this was completed before the end of the Tertiary as is traditional. We don't call it the Tertiary anymore though, it's now the Paleogene. But the name doesn't matter. That's when most gold mines on Earth were deposited.
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>>24142833
Checked
Posting stack
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>>24143062
Posting from my computer now.
Interesting stuff. I'll have to first start reading about mining-related geology before I can grasp anything of what you said. I was guessing quartz due to the white color of the rocks but I guess that's the most basic level of understanding one can have. I'll have to read up on the books posted by that Bong anon in an earlier thread.
>If you come to Colorado I can show you all this first hand on the mountain and in the rock
Haha, if I come over to the USA some time in the future I'll try to remember that. I'd be glad to see a professional in action. But right now, I'm just far too ignorant and more importantly, far too poor to think about stuff like that. Will have to educate myself and get a profession first, probably something engineering-related or the like. Maybe in the field of chemistry, geology, planning or construction
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>>24142987
But he did announce report for me, I am pretty sure this user is underage too
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>>24143291
I can simplify what i said pretty easily, it's mostly jargon to shut that other useless fucker up.

but it boils down to I saw a mountain made of rock and it had a white quartz vein in it next to some shiny black mica. In the quartz was some nice wire gold and crystal gold mixed with silver and lead and fool's gold.

how it came to be there is an interesting story, but very old and involving lots of hot water.
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>>24143361
the mods know I didn't report you, you fucking babby
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>>24143368
Thanks for explaining in simple terms!
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>>24143421
np, if you ever get here post about your trip. I"ll be here and show you some amazing gold and siilver geology.
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>>24143291
You forgot your name ¨PAN MAN" you can not even troll right, jesus your life is a failure
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>>24143471
pan man would understand everything I said first shot
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>>24143459
I'm loving what I'm hearing anon! It's nice to be able to make friends on an anonymous rock viewing forum.
>>24143471
And then there's this faggot
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>>24142158
Guess I should not have come back
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>>24143531
>>24142158
This thread has been pretty rowdy I agree. Don't worry it gets better when the market opens.
You haven't missed much but many gold miners are at discount prices, very oversold. Good time to add cheapies
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>>24137175
>81 posts by this ID
Holy shit get a life
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>>24143531
That same troll that was here before changing ID faking consensus with different ID. He is easy to stop very insecure, but he gives a lot off (You)'s so that is kinda fun
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>>24143518
>It's nice to be able to make friends on an anonymous rock viewing forum.
pleasure, buddy
>>24143591
>Holy shit get a life
going to bed now. enjoy
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>>24143272
Nice canadian junk
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>>24143623
I'm also not a big fan of the guy pumping the thread so much, he could make a bit less posts I guess. Also seems like the type of guy with whom it's pointless to argue, he gets kinda sassy when shit flinging begins. Although when you begin a shit flinging contest, what do you expect? I'm going to try and stop him from doing as he wishes of course, live and let live.
Aside from that, he seems to know his stuff and I guess his pride (or arrogance) is warranted.

Also I'm not one of his fake IDs, I'm the Finnish anon.
>>24143701
Have a good one mate
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Posting over 30 times in a thread should be bannable
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>>24143717
>I'm going to try and stop him from doing as he wishes of course, live and let live.
I'm not going to, rather.
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>>24143726
Just use the filter. It's unfortunate other anons are too retarded and feel compelled to bicker with spam posters
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>>24143726
>Posting over 30 times in a thread should be bannable
true facts

>83 posts by this Id
if you fools didn't respond I'd probably be long gone by now
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>>24143717
>>24143738
You Finns truly are an enigma
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>>24143809
No I enjoy tormenting people that deserve it, that attack boards when anons just want to have a place to post their stacks. Enjoy your insomnia
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I guess I'll take that as a compliment?
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>>24143717
Okey sure Finnish anon, bought some silver markka lately? I have never seen them in real live, it would be nice if some would post them
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>>24143906
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>>24143877
I feel so tormented
do you feel attacked?

fucking drama queen
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>>24143965
Seek mental help
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>>24144029
every time you respond to me you get one step closer to needing to bake
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>>24143952
I'm actually not a fan of them just because I like .999/.9999 coins much more (Old silver markka's have a very low silver concentration, like 35%, later markka coins don't even have silver in them except commemorative coins). Silver Markka coins are very plentiful and available though, easy to get via internet auctions.
I guess I could scout a bit and see if I can cop a few for a cheap price, just for you anon. Or maybe I could go ask my grandparents, I'm sure they still have some around. Pic related is my latest purchase and it was a huge hit to my wallet so I'll try and hold off on physical purchases for a while at least. Maybe I'll buy more next year, I could get some Markka's then
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I..I...feel so tor-tormented
do you feel attacked?

FUCKING DRAMA QUEEN
>seething

>please please let me sleep Anon-Chan
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>>24144093
It look very nice anon! I think the bowl is worth the premium it is fine craftsmenship afterall. Yeah 35% silver is a bit too low, it will cost to much to refine, but it is maybe worth for the historic value, no?
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Picked one up. My first 2021 coin.
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>>24142358
Yes its me, just ask for my nuggets if you dont think its me.
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>>24129333
Gosh, these were based. I had some with king Alex on it, but since decedes misplaced...
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>>24144238
>I think the bowl is worth the premium it is fine craftsmenship afterall
Definitely! It wasn't even valued badly, it weighs almost 900g and is made entirely of Sterling silver, and I paid 500€ for it. When you do the math it's a very fair price, and I'm not even sure I want to sell it anymore lol.
>Yeah 35% silver is a bit too low, it will cost to much to refine
We don't even have refineries where you can just march in and ask the guys to refine your silver like you guys do in NA. We do have ones where you can go sell your junk metal and get some money though but no place where you can go and ask them to make you a bar or something. Same goes for LCS', we don't have those. We do have some web stores that specialize in coins but those are too expensive. There's just too little demand for those things here. Whenever I decide to start selling some of my metals I'll have to either sell to a bullion dealer abroad (or get less money and sell to a bullion dealer here in Finland) or use an online auction website and sell the coins one by one
>but it is maybe worth for the historic value, no?
I guess there is some historical value but not much numismatic value at least over here in Finland. Everybody seems to have some Markka's lying around. Hell, I might have some hidden somewhere in my apartment too. The commemoratives have more silver in them and probably hold more value as collectibles too.
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>>24144314
nuggets pls
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>>24144437
sorry for quality i just woke up.
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>>24144437
i wish i found more proper nuggets this season but small gold pays the bills too.
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>>24144407
Dude that is under spot price €541, nice
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>>24144634
Ah my bad I meant to type that is weighs almost 800g. Its specific weight is 767g. The melt value would be around €467 the last time I checked
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>>24144507
>>24144533
Nice thanks Pan Man, how much would that be worth?

>>24144697
still, 3.95 % premium for an art piece, it not that expensive good catch
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>>24144784
these two together probably around $1500-$1600 due to them being fairly course nuggets that would make good jewellery. I wont sell these though there kind of precious to me. I try and keep the best big pieces I find for myself but sometimes I ll give them away to be made into beautiful things for friends. I gave my sister a perfect heart shaped 3 gram nugget for her birthday for example.
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>>24129333
Who’s baking?
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>>24144921
Wait a bit, we're on page 4
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>>24145039
New
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>>24137520
You have to be the biggest faggot here



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