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El Durado edition
>Why Gold?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3S4rl6ehiI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gksenA5Al_A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI7NnOg2rxo

>Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/
https://sdbullion.com/
https://boldpreciousmetals.com/
https>://bgasc.com/
https://www.moneymetals.com/
https://monumentmetals.com/
https://goldenstatemint.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/
r/pmsforsale

>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
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
Magnets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSXg-WOEVY
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/

Relevant information regarding mining companies
https://pastebin.pl/view/fddd4572

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>>32642275
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>go all the way out to Utah
>take Britannia with me to take dumb pictures
>get her case all dirty
>didn’t even make the OP
FUCK
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>>32647831
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>>32647831
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>>32647846
rip. is it a proof coin? why you get her in a case?
>>32647884
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>>32647891
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Just ordered a macro lens attachment for my phone; looking forward to getting more detailed pics.
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Coin Update
Inverse Mockup received, serial numbers can be directly engraved without the pad

Campaign Date Starting
>Friday 4/9 12pm PST
to
>Saturday 4/17

Estimated Demand - 450+ coins
Your price - $45 + shipping
Shipping to: US, CAN, AUS, EU, UK

Preview to the Indiegogo campaign
>preview to the indiegogog campaign
https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/f72db1be#/

Let me know if there are any questions, thanks frens
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>>32647846
I Very sorry, ples forgib! will use your pic next.
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>>32647916
>is it a proof coin?
No, the case i just put her in when we travel
I always use protection since she is special to me, she is my waifu coin. When i take shit out like eagles i just put them in my wallet kek
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>>32647886
Nahhh just greentip
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Silver will moon any day now
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>>32648016
I’m going to pretend i did this one intentionally
FUCK YOU 4cHAN NIGGER KIKES
>>32647943
Your use of Roald is manipulative and effective
>>32647926
TAKE A PICTURE OF A LIBERTARDS BOOBS
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>>32647891
>>32647920
think i'm gunna make all these with my 2021 brits tomorrow. yea, that's what i'll accomplish tomorrow.
>>32647926
the belly area is so nice on these
>>32648016
interesting, i also carry a brit around everywhere, but i just leave her naked in my pocket
>>32648072
go away, these are comfy hours
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>>32648016
>I always use protection since she is special to me, she is my waifu coin.
same with morgan here, i need a case for her tho, she has been on a couple adventures with me now.
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>>32648016
>my waifu coin
Cutepilled.
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Reminder that COVID is a hoax and 3 billion will die within the next 16 months.
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>>32648061
ah, i thought lassen bro's ban got lifted.
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>>32648077
checked
I am glad you forgib, now lets go on an adventure!
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>>32648072
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I WANT TO ACOOOOMULAAAAAATEEEEE MOOOOOOREEEEEE SILVER IS ALREADY SO FUCKING EXPENSIVE AT THESE “low” PRICES AAAAAAAAAAAA>>32648085
>i just leave her naked in my pocket
https://youtu.be/qr89xoZyE1g

>>32648106
Ill pour a statuette of her some day, when I’m skilled enough
>>32648095
Please keep her safe bro, she’s old you gotta be careful kek
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>>32648016
My favorite "not" Australian! lol jk jk

>>32647916
So back to dat ass, but really how was your day? Did you get cleared on your physical?
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>>32648196
I am, she be my favorit, and would have stripmined the place to get her back.
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>>32647916
>why you get her in a case?
I put all my silver rounds in capsules.
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>>32648131
Mine was just a few days, he shouldn't be gone long and even then you can change IPs pretty ez
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>>32648304
Y-you do what, anon?
>>32648295
Cute and devoted pilled
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>>32648353
This is why i phone post kek, i keep getting banned for (((racism)))
Fuck you jan jans btw
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>>32648356
They're an investment. I want them to be safe and not tarnish.
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I got some junk silver recently. Which is more kino, rolls or pouches?
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my mate Steve at the Nip and Tuck Gold mine on the Wild Horse River is already running dirt! Lucky bugger! Hes already on the big gold!
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>>32648196
kek, i also have made a habit of flicking it and catching it, i've dropped her more times than i can count
>>32648198
>Did you get cleared on your physical?
yup, the doc wanted to run a test because he thinks i might have an overactive thyroid, but then he decided against it because if it came back abnormal it would have canceled my flight status, so instead he just ordered a second round of blood draws and gave me interim approval for duties
>>32648392
based
>>32648304
>>32648421
i have a couple tubes full of brits, but i just leave all my loose shit in a velvet bag together. only ones i care about getting damaged are my queen's virtue and my molon labe round
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>>32648353
hopfully he comes back soon.
>>32648356
>Cute and devoted pilled
that's the only pill sutter bro!
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>>32648455
Cloth pouches with money symbols or bust.
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>>32648505
I thought so too, just needed a nudge. Thanks anon
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>>32648392
Bar pouring, hog slaying, janny dodging, PM stacking king. Don't ever stop!
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>>32648392
jan jan needs the next ban ban!
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>>32648016
That sky looks awfully familiar, ca by chance ?
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>>32648634
another california bro other than me sutter and lassen bro? can it be?...
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>>32648500
I'm weird I guess. I like how the silver coins look with the black background of the capsule, and as an added bonus they'll stay shiny and BU.
Waiting on 39mm holders for anything still 'loose'.
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>>32648500
Checked, How many days till you get the full approval? How much time you got left?

>>32648503
This place is like worse than heroine, One way or another you'll be back hahaha he will show up
Also look in to one of these keychain things for your morgan, it will protect the sides at least and the chain is real nice for pics
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>>32648634
forgot my pic
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does our stack waifu's have to be PM? if not mine is the blue-grey trapezoid in pic related

>>32648634
pretty sure its australia; hence it being upside down
is that by palm springs?
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>>32648718
imma look for one now! now i really want one!
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>>32648634
Looks depressing. I've lived out west before. Kansas/CO. But my heart belongs in Dixie and I'll never leave her again
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>>32648794
i feel the same about my home here in the bear flag country
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>normally openers for the next day get pushed in the group chat by about 1700
>1900 and no openers
>i send "openers for tomorrow?"
>no response for 30 minutes
>sgt texts me
>"clearly your cpls don't wanna take charge, just chose openers and post them"
>post openers
>chose myself
>this means i have to wake up at 0430 tomorrow
fuck, hoisted by my own petard

>>32648455
>Which is more kino, rolls or pouches
i leave all my junk silver in a small velvet bag along with some loose brits
>>32648716
that's fair, it's just more effort than i'm willing to put into it
>>32648718
so i have full approval now, but if the blood work comes back weird he can get rid of it. it lasts a full year, birthday to birthday, i had to do extra shit this time because i'm turning 25 and they make you do more in depth screenings every 5 years
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>>32648672
fuck theres four of us here, goddamnit
i'm in idaho currently for bullshit, debating if i want to return when I'm done
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>>32648733
>>32648016
whoops meant to (you) you there
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thats what i like to see
of course JP will smash it down in a few hours, but still
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>>32648835
>>sgt texts me
>>"clearly your cpls don't wanna take charge, just chose openers and post them"
>>post openers
>>chose myself
>>this means i have to wake up at 0430 tomorrow
>fuck, hoisted by my own petard
dose this mean you circumcized yourself?
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>>32648785
Only down side is you can't flip it and get the ping lol. Have to keep a separate flipping coin lol

>>32648835
Planning on staying in once its up or GTFOing once your contract is up?
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>>32648937
>Shakespeare's phrase "hoist with his own petard" - meaning that one could be lifted (blown) upward by one's own bomb, or in other words, be foiled by one's own plan - has become an idiom that means "to be harmed by one's own plan (to harm someone else)" or "to fall into one's own trap".
literally just fancy talk for "i played myself"
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>>32648880
oh shoot, i forgot about you, do you even live here still?
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>>32648970
awww i am disapoint
>>32648980
ahh, so you did step on your own cock.
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>>32648970
i have to keep getting them every year i'm in, i've got about 2.5 years left on contract, so i get to do this twice more before i get out
>>32649053
yea, but i also got out of PT tomorrow, and we don't PT on fridays, so i get to be lazy the rest of the week
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>>32648970
kek, just noticed your id says UGLY
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>>32649097
nice! with your gains in last thread you look like you've earned it.
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>platinum up $100 and my bidenbux still aren't here
I'M GONNA DRINK PISS
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>>32649008
i mean, legally and technically? yes. if anyone irl asks me, I am planning to return to california once my schooling is done and therefore i am only here temporarily and not as a full-time resident and as such i can keep my tuition low
between you and me though, i'm fucking enamored with how clean the air smells out here
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New to /pmg/ are 1/10 oz. or 1/2 oz Mercury dimes good little pick ups or no?
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You guys got any buried treasure/lost gold myths and legends I can read about? Recently heard of dutchman's mine. I wanna go look for gold :^)
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>>32649182
Your better off just buying regular merc dimes. generally the lower the factional silver the higher the premium.
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>>32649165
>if anyone irl asks me, I am planning to return to california once my schooling is done and therefore i am only here temporarily and not as a full-time resident and as such i can keep my tuition low
you sound like my friends from church that wnet to rexburg because they don't want to be trapped in the north bay.
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>>32649118
kek it does, Its not far from true lol. Half mexican half dutch i look fuckin weird haha. Not to much more time. Is the transfer out to the civi world have good job cross over or you just done with that lol?

>>32649053
I was to at first but I do like how ez it makes it to find and grab on my way out the house
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Guys I'm just saying and I'm sorry to say it but as a group our DD sucks and there's no excuse for it. We have one of the greatest resources of all time aka pan man and yet our DD is garbage. Reddit faggots and gold ventures are eating our lunch right now. All we have to show for it is our little list of solid juniors, Vangold, impact, Irving blue lagoon, silver one, bayhorse, there's a few more but those are pretty much the lens we all agree on. We're focused on the wrong shit. We have tards in here looking at companies like engold, galleon gold (gonna catch flak on that one), and Braveheart (more flak), you faggots are focused on the wrong thing, your focused ons rock price less than ten cents and not value or RESOURCES. Even Vangold doesn't look as appealing anymore now that it came out they only have 10 mil oz. It's still profitable and the stock could go up to like four bucks but your guys shit is all wrong. You need to LOOK at VALUE.
Really disappointed I'm sorry to say it. I have several miners I've been looking at but I honestly haven't wanted to share anything because of the lack of quality miner discussion. We've been stagnant for months. Anyway I'll make a good faith effort to get convo going but honestly I'm really disappointed. The spark is gone. I've been looking at abraplata, go gold, and Goliath. Abraplata is looking to be incredible. A 140 million ounce resource with the production capability of first majestic for thirty cents. I don't like the gold ventures faggot but that's his number one pick. Go gold has solid drills unlike galleon pathetic shitty little ones. Massive resource. Goliath is a Quentin Hennigh darling.
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>>32649182
For the best premiums check out your local shops for 90% coins. most of those I paid x21ishx22 face value for
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>>32649281
>halfmexican half dutch
dios mio... el americano......
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>>He doesn't stack sliber.....

Hello everyone Hope all is well.
Daily reminder Jesus loves you!


"Stone is heavy and sand a burden, but a fool's provocation is heavier than both." Proverbs 27:3
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>>32649281
well, if it keeps you fom loosing it...
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>>32649218
Slumach's lost mine is one of my all time favorites, its a treasure i ve tried a few times off and on to locate. We have an anon here whos convinced hes figured out where to look, if we dont hear from him by the end of the summer hes become another of the Lost Mines victims!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8jney2tU8o&t=315s
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>>32649155
the crew pt's aren't necessarily difficult, just annoying cross fit and cardio shit all the time that just obliterates your joints, we don't ever actually do strength training
>>32649182
just get normal 90% junk silver if you want stuff like that. otherwise for rounds/bars the larger oz the less you'll pay on premiums, as a general rule
>>32649281
>Is the transfer out to the civi world have good job cross over
yes, very, but i'm probably not going to take advantage of it, or if i do it will only be for a year or two, i really want my homestead and to not have to work for kikes anymore
>>32649315
based
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I bought some HBAR because Mike Maloney praised it in his "Hidden Secrets of Money" series and it went down. This is bearish for precious metals because Maloney loves them as well. I am currently in the process of selling all of my HBAR and precious metals, and you should be too.
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>>32648733
Ok so, what's the point of goldbacks? I can 100% understand if they're 'just cool' and appreciate that more but is there a use for them?
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>>32649315
Ironic figure for recognizing the love of Christ, innit?
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>>32649304
part of the problem was so little news on projects but a few of our favorite DD guys have moved on or gone quiet, which stagnates the discussion. I think too a lot of people got tired of constantly talking about miners as well. Cant wait to see what Goliath has to offer, both of their major projects look great, there are also a couple new comers to the Triangle which will probably do great this season that only just got mentioned a few weeks ago.
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>>32649336
I've watched this one so many times it's definetly my favorit.
>>32649362
that sucks, how are you supposed to cave someones head in?
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>>32649304
Hey anon, I don't know much, but I do appreciate others' advice and direction. Honestly, for all the shit-posting, anons here have done right by me. What miners do you suggest and why?
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>>32648794
Im up in the mountains but thats in the mojave near edwards afb. Its a cool spot for riding and shooting
>>32648672
Hell yeah
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Where does a euro buy PMs for crypto?
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>>32649279
fr dude i was dangerously depressed and i leapt on the chance to get out of the state in any way possible
financially, once i get "temporarily" (wink wink) established up here the costs honestly won't be all that different from attending school in los angeles but really the hard part about it was that it all came on the heels of a very poorly handled break-up. I'm kinda hoping to move further into the country though in the future
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>>32649218
If you're just interested in reading or hearing about a story, Aurania Resources is actively searching for two colonial Spanish gold mines in the Amazon rainforest. The two "Lost Cities", Sevilla del Oro & Cordillera de los Caballeros used to be relatively short-lived rich gold mines that were attacked by natives. The Spaniards tried recovering the mines for decades but to no avail, and they were forgotten in history up until recently when Aurania started exploring the area. Interesting stuff, there are plenty of cool videos and articles about the company, here's their own PR video series' first episode. Bloody love this company
https://youtu.be/jqPpwdOQu6w
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this guy claims old mountains/rocks are really old petrified tree remains. very interesting. he enters a gold mine and looks around at 2:50

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2vsbEOlup8&t=170s
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heading to bed frens, stay comfy

>>32649411
>how are you supposed to cave someones head in?
marine corps ain't about that anymore, they kinda go through the motions with MCMAP, but that's a fucking joke martial art. even our legendary marksmanship isn't all it's cracked up to be, we get trained to do competition type shooting (sit or lay down, take some deep breaths, aim carefully, slowly pull the trigger, etc), and the very very minimal of actual combat shooting, otherwise that's about it unless you're a grunt. i haven't even held a rifle in over a year because i qualified expert last time i was at the range, so they make me skip the next year because apparently i'm good enough
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>>32649463
what part ye be from? I be the solano dude
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>>32649364
they are surprisingly popular with small businesses
with the recent "value" increase goldback.com made, you can buy from some retailers for cheaper than their value
I got mine mostly for low serials. ended up with a misprint on my 50 which is nice
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>>32649520
>old mountains/rocks are really old petrified tree remains
pull up some pictures of mesas and then some of petrified stumps. coincidence? i think not
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>>32649429
This is a good community.. I come here for a reason. You are my bros. I just want us all to do well.
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>>32649580
No sweat bro. Sometimes we need a course correction.
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anyone else got one yet?
>kawaii maiden
>no lizard lady
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>>32649406
Every stock Quentin Hennigh gets involved in shoots up to $1.70. Goliath is currently at. 60
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>>32649620
still waiting on my shipment
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>>32649487
sounds resonable, what part of commiefornia you fleeing?
>>32649526
fuck, for your sake and the sake of my friends and family in the corps i hope a war dosen't happen at all.
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>>32649362
ATC make good money from what I have read most anything in that field can at least find work of some sort that's better paying the the govt lol.
>>32649320
lol 100% does. I'm a next level legend of misplacing things.
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>>32649620
Ordered a 10oz. Waiting on it still.
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>>32649641
thankfully for me i'm non-deployable here in hawaii, so i ain't getting shot any time soon, unless it's from one of the island niggers
>>32649648
>ATC
o shit, someone finally guessed my MOS

ok, actually going to bed for real this time
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>>32649648
>I'm a next level legend of misplacing things.
I cannot tell you how many keys i've lost
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>>32649567
im watching this guys videos and im starting to come around to it. especially how he says quartz is petrified tree sap, and he shows pictures of knotted and twisty cedar trees that really do look like rocks and a quartz deposit
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>>32649632
Goliath still needs to drill, thats coming this season. I sure hope the projected vein structure pans out, and there are other nearby structures that need serious investigation. Their ground out by Terrace BC also looks very tasty.
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>>32649526
I'm a former cage fighter and I trained a buddy of mine who just got out of the marines. They didn't teach him jack shit in terms of hand to hand combat. I demo'd some strikes to him and he was like "WOAH they never taught us any of that", and I told him "yeah these are all lethal strikes, don't play with them" and he was like "yeah they definitely didn't teach us that". I was teaching him Krav Maga and keysi strikes. Elbow strikes, fore arm strikes and solar plexus palm strikes. I also grappled with him on the ground and showed him a bunch of jiu jitsu arm breaks and joint locks, choke holds and restraints, and he was like "yeah they didn't teach us any of this shit, they just expected us to use our rifles
" and no, I didn't shove a bar of silver up his ass.
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>>32649614
I'm the tough love guy. Some people don't like it, they might think it's annoying but we need it.
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>>32649336
>>32649516
Very cool thanks
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>>32647931
Is it possible to get a specific serial number, #069 for example?
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>>32647846
Alot of cool pictures never make the OP
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>>32649712
thank god, I won't lose dragon bro
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Got $2000 coming in next week. What would be my best best to maximize returns, assuming that silver does moon?
I was thinking silver mining stocks.
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>>32649641
LA county. my particular area's not bad per se but i don't want to keep spending 6-12 month periods unemployed because stores think they're too good to have me on hourly. i can't even count how many applications i sent out over 2019
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>>32649792
Yea you'll be able to pick preferred/alternate numbers but it will be first come first serve
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So I went back to the antique store where I got the sterling ash tray
It looks like most of their stuff is either silver plated or "Brazil silver" (German silver)
Only thing I couldn't figure out was this thing (pic related: a large allegedly sterling silver gravy tray. Would be a good deal if it was actually sterling)

Anyone have any idea what these symbols mean? Or recognize the name?
Scrapsperg u here?
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>>32649550
Interesting. I'm gonna look into them more. Thanks anon.
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I just started stacking (~50oz in) and I'm starting to have somewhat of a crisis of doubt with the my crypto investments .. Is this normal?
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>>32649832
dude that sucks, i hope things get better for you.
alright imma go to bed and watch some tits on the tv before bed. good night.
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What does /pmg/ think of pic related.
I kind of want a few tubes but I'm trying to talk myself out of it because I want to buy a bag of Junk silver.
they're only 50,000 being produced
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>>32649824
Abra silver. 140 million oz proven, open pit mine, half the size of first majestic, thirty cents.
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>>32649304
Amount of resources is pretty much irrelevant, 10Moz may often be much more profitable than 100Moz. Vangold remains a top pick even at current prices with an IRR of 750%, which is fantastic to say the least. I constantly look for nad research companies and bring them to people's attention here too, but I dislike shilling so I like to leave it at that afterwards unless somebody wants to discuss. DD isn't a group effort to me anyways, everybody has to do their own due diligence anyways. I find myself disagreeing with you when it comes to Galleon -- I don't own any shares there but looking at the drilling results and the constant overperformance I can only say I expect a good PEA coming out of there. They haven't established the value yet but it's clearly there just waiting to be put in black and white.

I gotta admit I haven't done proper research into Goliath but I did skim through the company some months back, it has been in my backlog for months now. AbraSilver has had some jawdropping drilling results recently but I'm iffy about Argentina so I have put off researching that company. Gogold I know nothing about but it's been sitting in my last as well.

Some of the companies I've looked at that aren't discussed here much are: Nighthawk Gold (huge property size, many high potential target areas, fully cashed up, big drilling program coming); Mammoth Resources (Centerra basically gave them free money, ridiculously cheap, high quality high sulphidation system covering at least 5x3km, I love the CEO); Strategic Metals (guys basically own the Yukon -- over 130 projects that they vend out as a project generator, cash is no problem, project immediately south of Alexco, surface littered with gold, maiden drilling showed great results); Aurania Resources (Massive almost Luxembourg-sized land package in Equador, exploring for two lost mines, extensive surface work has delineated multiple major-potential target areas, drilling this year is pretty darn exciting imho)
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>>32649632
Kek that's a pretty funny observation. Guess I should buy some Metals Creek now then since that is 14c
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>>32649543
>Santa Clara County is considered "Central" Instead of Bay Area
>Sacramento is "Northern" instead of "Central"
>Ventura County is "Central Coast" instead of "Southern"
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Also there were two really nice looking "silver" cream servers or something that had this exact symbol (picture related) on them.

From my search on Google i believe it means that they're plated but I'm not certain
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Quads
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>>32649712
>ATC
>o shit, someone finally guessed my MOS
By chance were you posting/in sky king threads on /pol/ at the beginning of the year? A story of some 22s playing chicken rings a bell lol.
Hahaha like I said I love aircraft and always wanted to be a pilot like my dad and still know what to much random shit about aircraft and how the marine/navy and faa faggots do shit. trying to look at jobs I could do outside of maintenance cause of my seizures. And there really isn't much I'm interested in

>>32649729
kek if I had a dollar for every time I lost something I'd already have land and 1000oz of silver
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How the hell am I suppose to get into silver stacking when even the cheapest of premiums I can find online are 5 dollars over spot? I thought I was only suppose to pay a couple of bucks over spot to stack silver for value's sake worthwhile?
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>>32649997
i didn't make the map i just posted it
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>>32649928
Redditoids have been making those for ages already in 10 oz bars.
>>32649898
Stacking is to preserve wealth. Just take out a little bit of crypto whenever you want to lock down earnings.
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>>32650003
Wrong. Idiot
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>>32649526
Good night Dragon bro, saw your pic in the last thread, I wish I had the discipline that good, keep it up man.

>>32649387
Tanya serves as a reminder for me, she represents everything I used to be and the things I still fight against inside myself. I cant help but see God's handywork when some tanky athiest makes a show to discredit God and only ends up making a case for The Lord's infinite mercy. I know when I get to Heaven there will be people there that I would believe deserve hell but God loves us, all of us and knows we are flawed and imperfect. If God can forgive those men, like he forgave the thief on the cross I know he will forgive me. Jesus is a greater savoir than any of us are sinners.

>>32649928
This looks pretty neat, kind of want.
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>>32649939
Yeah we've definitely run into each other before.. I recognize your picks. You have been mentioning nighthawk and no ones picked up on it despite I think a major analyst giving it a nudge in an interview. I think you started mentioning mammoth when it was around two cents and then it exploded to eight but hasn't moved much since then. I'm not saying that galleon is garbage, I just won't invest until I get a little more solid results, less than 10gpt gold isn't a motivator for me. I want to see more than ten and at least ten meters. I'll definitely look at the pea.

I was right there with you on Abra until last week when I broke and bought in. Rick talks a lot about jurisdiction and says that the places we think are "safe" can actually be quite risky and the places we think are "risky" can actually be quite safe. I've actually been to salta Argentina. It's a very very poor town. However I don't foresee the argentine government nationalizing it, even though they are incredibly retarded, if they do, it won't be for several years and Abra has possibility of going ten x in less than one year.
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>>32650003
Nice try, scriptfag.
Post boomer rocks.
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>>32647732
just picked up my first coin with a spare $60 I had

this shit makes me feel like jack sparrow collecting doubloons
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>>32649982
Kingfisher is his newest project but it's not listed on AMERITRADE.
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>>32650003
haha
>>32650055
Bahahha
Checked
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>>32650102
I hope you didn't pay $60 for 1ozt...
But congratz anyways. You're well on your way .
You now have more silver than like... 90% of the world or something like that
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>>32649939
Strategic Metals is one I ll be watching like a hawk this summer, same with Nighthawk.
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>>32650102
For $60 you should've bought the 2oz version of this, makes for a great fondle coin.
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>>32650102
Very cool coin anon, post pics when you get it, welcome aboard.
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>>32650149
>>32650192

haha it was only $38ish including shipping, I just had $60 lextra to begin with
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>>32649741
Before MCMAP they taught us LINE, which is actually fairly lethal. But they stopped using it in the 90's supposedly because it had no alternative uses in subduing people. It was just for killing. It was based on judo, krav maga, and a lot of shit picked up in years of hand to hand combat.

we also learned boxing, knife fighting, and of course batons/rifle butts.

I never used any of it back on the block, there aren't a lot of situations where you actually need to stomp someone's face in. The new combatives are probably more useful in the real world or police work. I don't cage fight though so I don't know.
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>>32650073
I really love Mammoth Resources. Had some great email exchanges with CEO Tom Atkins, he basically wrote a novel to me in response to my questions. Super passionate guy. The share hasn't moved up much because of gold price and because it has taken time to get things done. Currently the company is doing a geophysical study at Tenoriba + they are doing an IP survey to confirm drilling targets, also they have been consolidating historical data and making a cool 3D model of the property's target areas. Can't wait to see where it goes, I'm loaded up but I still kind of want more lol

Galleon has lower grades but it's going to be an open pit mine anyways. Timmins is full of similat projects. The higher grade areas and the constant extensions found by drilling are what make me interested in the company. I think the anon shilling it is going to be rewarded when the PEA is released (though if gold price keeps looking bearish I can see the PEA receiving a lukewarm reception). A 300M after-tax NPV seems like a realistic target but these things are way too difficult for me to calculate so take that with a big grain of salt haha

I'll have to consider AbraSilver at some point, but I have my plate so full right now that it'll have to wait. Got lots of things to do (not only related to investing) and not enough time
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how come there's never a Krishna gold thread? Indian women are the biggest market of gold. Ur not bigoted in favour of a spookerstitious terror cult are you?
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>>32649304

I support this post and ive been here since near the inception of /pmg/

i think part of the problem is doing your own due diligence on miners is not exactly easy. its new to alot of people who come from crypto and even stocks. so the people that are able to do it aren't willing to share their work with newfags who have not been around long enough to deserve it

but i think that more miner talk and DD conversation would actually be beneficial and encourage more people to want to do it and contribute. i think that we need to draw a distiction in this general: miner stocks are for GROWING your wealth; physical gold/sivler are for PRESERVING your wealth. if i had to guess, most of us need to GROW our wealth while hedging it with physical. I belive that more miner discussion would actually create more weatlht for more people versus stacking silver and gold. you need both but most of us probably need to grow wealth over preserve it
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>>32650181
Nighthawk got some great small high grade blips from their Treasure Mountain drilling, did you see those? Fantastic grades, who knows maybe they will find more. Strategic Metals will also be very interesting to follow yeah, they might have a porphyry intrusion center somewhere in their property which is interesting to consider imho
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>>32649304
>>32649406
>>32649939
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>>32650073
>Rick talks a lot about jurisdiction

Rick has also said that "no jurisdiction is a good jurisdiction"
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>>32650424
yep saw those earlier this week, so many places to keep track of!
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>be me, yuropoor
>want to add to my silver stack
>premiums for physical absolutely insane +over a month delay on orders due to (((covid)))
>decide to buy PSLV instead since that way I can avoid premiums + delays and VAT
>broker says it is illegal for some reason to buy PSLV and some other ETFs in yuroland and denies my transaction
Why are we so cucked regarding silver bros? It almost starts to feel like the system is completely rigged against us lmao
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>>32650415
I'm always happy to teach people to do their own due diligence (hence the pastebin) but I don't want to shill or tell people what to invest in because I believe everybody should understand what they invest in themselves. I don't feel good takkng responsibility of other people's money and I think it would be healthy for people in the long run to work for their own wealth especially since these stocks are multi-year holds. Weak hands are born from ignorance in my opinion
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>>32649840
very happy to hear that
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Next week my stack is going to look as follows:

>1000oz silver
>7oz gold

Thinking of allocating any further investments into gold from now on, 1,000oz silver is pretty fucking heavy and I'm constantly on the move and regularly travel across international borders, so I keep my stack vaulted in Singapore.

Will I regret not silvermaxxing or is it reasonable to just buy gold from now on?
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>>32647931
Will the aputannia's look as beautiful/shiny as Britannia's?
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If Wikipedia is correct, from the death of Gaius Julius Caesar (murderous warmongering greed-eaten bastard, pox be upon his every subsequent reincarnation) to the beginning of Nero's reign, the Roman denarius contained 0.137 oz of silver. An ordinary legionary's annual salary was 225 denarii, or 30.825 oz.

Currently, that costs about $1050 in US fiat currency.

The Christians' Jesus was sold out by Judas Iscariot for 30 pieces of silver, presumably 30 denarii, or 4.11 oz of pure silver.

Currently, that costs about $139.74 in US fiat currency.

In short, fuck Rome, fuck Roman wanna-be LARPers, fuck the globalists who are suppressing silver prices, and KEEP FUCKING STACKING!

This message brought to you by a somewhat drunk Celtic neo-pagan.
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>>32650415
i support this post and will always freely give what ever info i can so long as the person asking isnt a repeat of "am dumb gib stock". >>32650535
I also support this idea, i dont like to shill companies, i will freely talk for hours about projects in the golden triangle and abroad in my sphere of no how though.
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>>32650388
>how come there's never a Krishna gold thread?
I've been wondering this too, you get countless pajeets shilling shitcoins on here everyday and not a single one goes on this thread to flex their Gold jewelry.
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>>32650607
well I would say buy 3 more ozs of gold then start a new stack at another location you feel you can make a drop box or safe house.

or you could also strictly just stack gold for a more transportable option.
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>>32650729
Know anything abour Brixton Metals' Golden Triangle project by the way Pan Man? Been eyeing the company recently and their Ontario assets interest me on first glance but maybe you know something about the Golden Triangle project since you're our BC expert. Going away for an hour now but I'll be very thankful for anything you have to say about that
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>>32650535
>I'm always happy to teach people to do their own due diligence (hence the pastebin)

I've been trhough the pastebin a few times and its pretty good. do you think its possible to make like a "syllabus" progression of learning for newfags? not sure if you went to uni but the professors generally had a step by step gameplan for what to teach beginning with the fundamentals and then advancing from there.

like imagine a cryptofag has now come to the light and realized that PMs are the truth and they need to learn how to continue to grow their wealth via miners instead of shitcoins. where to begin? and what to learn after they learn the first thing? maybe we can help with that
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>>32650030
I hit a milestone and stopped really looking at spot. I never bought ASEs before now, even though they're at their highest premiums, the series is ending and the design is getting changed so I got a tube.

1. Set a total price target
2. Open a few shopping carts
3. Juggle items around that interest you
3.b Optional - calculate price per oz (I now skip this)
4. Pick a cart and check out

Joining the club puts you ahead. Acquiring a sufficient starter stack you do want max oz/fiat. But times are fucked rn, and if you want to buy into this wave (which may be a good one, or may fizzle out - the bankers' ability to kick a can down a road has been finely honed), just hop in, but don't get hung up too much.
>t. regrets min-maxing at the beginning of rona-chan and deleted 5oz batbois from my cart at the lowest they were sold
>>32650775
based, get a shovel, a sextant, map, and notebook, singapore-bro. Earth's magnetic field is on the fritz don't trust compasses or GPS.
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>>32650764
probably too busy actually being successful.
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>>32650607
For starts, impressive stack. I hope to hit 10/1000 someday myself. Def get 3 more oz of gold before going back to silver. But you could also ladder it, and aim for 20 oz of gold and then revisit silver.
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>>32648122
Checked, but what's the source on those specifics?
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>>32649868
no prob
here's some goldback pasta a cooked up about a month ago

-value-
now defined as average retail price: ~$3.70

(used to be:)
$1.1 + (spot / 1000) * 1.155
~$3.06

-general info-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5zyqKuqJ3o

-durability-
https://youtu.be/LT-NW8vfb3M

-examples of use-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQrbaSWdiHs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCsJxk3mV70

-available-
https://defythegrid.com/ - 1GBs are cheaper
https://bullionexchanges.com/ - higher denominations are cheaper
https://finestknown.com/shop/?filter_modern=gold - good prices
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>>32650681
>The Christians' Jesus was sold out by Judas Iscariot for 30 pieces of silver, presumably 30 denarii, or 4.11 oz of pure silver.
The 30 pieces of Silver were more likely Tyrenian Shekels, which, interestingly, bore an image of Baal.
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>>32650940
I'll likely do the ladder strategy, thanks anon.
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>>32650681
>Celtic neo-pagan
Imagine being a neo-pagan for a religion that used exclusively word of mouth for all their lore and laws, but went extinct over a millenium ago, so everything you know nowadays comes either from their enemies or from obese american larpers who just want to sell you wicca glass beads. I mean I can understand nordic larpers as at least some of their shit was preserved so they can stroll around with their prussian-nordic chins telling people how they're 0.13% scandinavian.

also:
a) Gaius was based and rubiconpilled
b) Judas was paid in shekels, not denarii
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>>32650857
Lets see what I have on Brixton from memory. Their two BC major prospects are the Thorn Au, Ag, Cu, Pb, Zn, dogs breakfast project in Northwest BC and the Atlin Goldfields project not far from the community of Atlin BC.

Thorn is a "dogs breakfast" of both VMS, porphyry copper and gold quartz type deposits scattered across a vast area of the far northwest coastal region of BC. It hosts the Past Producing Golden Bear mine and is accessed from the Talhtan community of Telegraph Creek on the Stikine River. Wonderful terrain to prospect in, and too many targets to count on the Thorn project, last I checked there were over 143 showings and past prospects scattered across the region. The famous "Red Chris" a Talhtan native from the region discovered many high grade gold silver and copper showings in the region as early as the 1920s, but access to the region was nearly impossible until the 1950s and 60s with advancement in aircraft.

The Atlin Goldfields project is also well known to me, its a 950 square km prospect searching for "Motherlode" style Gold Quartz vein structures as well as numerous silver lead zinc targets which supplied the regions placer gold rush in the 1890s.

As of now the Thorn target region is better explored with modern tech, but the Atlin gold belt is likely richer and but with poorer modern exploration data. More work is needed for both areas.
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>>32649620
Got the 1oz one to add to my silver waifu project. Getting a Libertad in the mail from a relative in Mexico this Friday. Makes me sad the anime girl prospector didn't materialize.
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Ever since getting shilled BHS I've been watching the Palisades Gold Radio show.
It's pretty comfy and he has some good guests.
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>>32650729
>>32650857
>>32651271
Never mind not going anywhere after all, got the day mixed up lol, still got a few hours before work then.
And thank you so much for that analysis Pan Man. I'm very interested in Brixton Metals, they seem to have great projects and even sold a project to Robert Friedland's (CEO of Ivanhoe) private company just a while ago. Seems like a great company to me
>>32650892
Sure I think I could do that. The problem would be not explaining too in derail but also not simplifying too much. I recently updated the pastebin but this current OP has the old one still. I think I would have to explain basic stock/financial related stuff too though considering that a lot of people have expressed confoundment with those things too.
We did have the plan to make a very detailed "pastebin 2.0" with the help of Pan Man (providing fact checking and images) but we're taking our sweet time with that lol. Or rather I am.
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>>32649364
It's all "just cool" - but I carry them in my wallet fine (surprisingly durable, really better than linen bills). Metalpill friends, at least partially. Many have grasped the concept of a store of value, but few have lost the faith in the dollar that I have. I use them as bookmarks, it's started a few conversations. You can buy more expensive bookmarks at bookstores, or use free ones, or a piece of fucking paper, but whatever I'll use a $3 piece of gold because I'm eccentric.

They're actually good exposure to gold at not a ridiculous premium, when you consider
>security features built in
>easily refinable - 24kt with combustible plastic
>lowest fractionals you can expect

If you expect a total currency collapse, you're going to be dealing in grains of gold, not ounces, not even likely grams. Unless you also expect a huge population wipeout, too
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>>32648061
Are those Hornady V-Max?
Here are some .45+p, and Fed HST 150gr
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>>32648672
I'm stuck is this commie hell, too.
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>>32649851
Anyone?
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>>32651503
>total currency collapse
unironically dont want this to happen, i just want a financial crisis
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>>32651658
A package all the way from Perth?
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>>32651485
i might have a resource which can help with this once the website comes back online, the ministry of mines in Ontario has a "visual glossary" in lay persons terms for mining and exploration projects which would be perfect for us, but its currently undergoing expansion. I ll link it as soon as it comes back online. Its done 90% of the work for us.

Also heres another company to look at. I am not sure why but Decade Resources needs some love and attention here on PMG. Their projects are not far from well known contenders here like Mountain Boy / Ascot Resources aND across the way from Goliath Minerals as well. https://decaderesources.ca/ Some of their Terrace ground was where I used to go rock hounding with old timers too many years ago. Neat stuff.
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>>32651783
Oh that would be perfect! Would save us from most of the work haha. Do link it some time when it's up please.
>Decade Resources
I'll have to take a look some time soon. I liked Etruscus after all. Did you see their new NR? Operation Lightning Strike will be interesting to follow this year
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>>32651783
So Pan Man, how do you like your job? What do you do? Like are you a geologist or what?

I'm kind of a newcomer here, and only really know that you do something in the mining sphere but you have a good reputation.
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>>32651783
bingo heres the old site! its partially broken right now, but the terms are still there. https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1165780/000116578003000001/glossary.htm Once its working again it has an image linked to each phrase.
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>>32651975
Great, can't wait to see the working version!
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>>32651485
>I think I would have to explain basic stock/financial related stuff too though considering that a lot of people have expressed confoundment with those things too

I would say do NOT write a general stock market guide, there are plenty of existing guides. I would just start with a step by step progression that can continually be updated specifically around mining companies - and even a specialty in junior mining companies. majors already have analysts

Like just start with the basic who, what when where how why, and after that section, then get into how to value specific companies, assets, drill results, etc but in the most logical order. most of this stuff is already in the pastebin, its just not in a chronolgical order - and i mention chronological because i think that would be the easiest way to learn the space


What are we talking about = Junior silver miners (JSMs)
Who are junior silver miners = companies that locate and extract necessary and valuable resources from earth
Why do we care about JSMs = because you can make 10x your money just like crypto except unlike a shitcoin, you're investing in an actual business that produces commodities that are necessary for the economy but also serve as a hedge against inflation
When did gold/silver become valuable = Since the beginning of recorded human history
Where do I begin my study? = Right here...

Step 1: Different types/stages of mining companies. How to know exactly what you're investing in: Explorer, Developer, Producer, Major (and a mix of any of the prior - more stages can be added). And then explain the difference between Explorer and Developer and Producer and so forth

Step 2: To be continued
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>>32651928
o yes Etruscus is on my list to watch, their just across the way from Snip gold and johnny mountain mines, so they cant be off from good gold.
>>32651940
I love my job, i am not a papered geologist as you would normally know about, i am trained as a prospector / field worker / sometime underground miner. I tried going to school to become a geologist proper but found the course work was not to my liking or needs. This winter I spent most of my time at the Barkerville Gold Project operated by Osisko Gold Royalties, but in the summer I work on my own little exploration projects in the Cariboo and Northern BC. Need anything I am happy to help, just remember my info base is focused on Canada / west coast US for the most part.
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Reminder:
The collapse is coming,
and they will hate you for being prepared.
better pic this time.
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>>32652260
Well jokes on them, they'll never know we were prepared.
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I'm off to bed, but I'm loving this miner stock talk and plans for /omg/ content. I'm a poorfag just getting into miners and silver; I don't have much wealth to invest to even grow, but I'm eager to learn. Eager to understand what I need to do for DD, because right now I'm pretty green. Hope everyone here can make it.
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>>32652300
/PMG/ is very unprepared especially when they're out to sea, there have been a lot of boating accidents.
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>>32652354
Sometimes I wonder if it's not a terrible idea to get a safe deposit box, put like 2-3 ounces of silver in there, so when the government seizes all that shit, they think they got me and I'm just a degenerate gambler or something.
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>>32651157

We'll have this argument when I'm sober and have some free time.

Also -- imagine considering Gaiys Julius Caesar "based." A man who started a massive war to pay his debts, backstabbed his former allies, and who got buggered by half of Rome as well as Nicomedes IV of Bithynia. "Based."
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>>32651738
Dude I just typed "Gorham yc430" in the google search bar and got 150 answers in less than 3 seconds

if you need people to google for you you're ngmi
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>>32647931
>chance to give a random anon their personal details
>0 backers
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>>32651866
but the perth mint is out of silver
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Mates I just made cash with Hugo coins, is everything you need to know!!!
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>>32652761
He placed this order in 2019
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talk to you all later! off to bed, i have more snow to shovel in the morning...
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>>32652947
See ya, have a good sleep
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>>32652947
good night pan man.
I hope you see some nice rocks in your dreams.
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>>32652761
They only let me buy 5, i wanted 8
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>>32652624
Also because it's a preview link and starts on Friday you silly goose
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>>32649336
just finished the video. that guy is awesome
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>>32652454
I want ppl with experience with the brand. Not to pour through 150 results for answers that probably won't help me
Obviously if no one has personal info, (which I don't know cuz pretty much no one read it) then I'll have to just use Google
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>>32648634
The sky can look the same anywhere, outside of a severely polluted city anyways. Apparently my province is notable for having nice skies but it's a load of crap, everywhere is the same.
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one more quick vid from me, heres something you dont see much, native silver in pans on Van Island! Not much but placer silver for sure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8XgdyBbpmI
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>>32652454
And obviously I already googled it before asking.. I'm not asking ppl to use Google for me
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>>32653227
>Not to pour through 150 results for answers that probably won't help me
oh they all say the same thing.
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>>32652354
mom look i did le epic boating meme again ahahahahaha
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>>32652354
>>32652394
The feds even in muttland dont take your silver, they just get all the idiot paypiggies to fork it over willingly.
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>>32653444
They don't tell me what I want to know: what those symbols mean and if gorham makes more silver plated or silver sterling e.t.c.
I understand that that gravy boat is probably silver plated.
That isn't what I asked
Stop trying to make me look like an idiot when I'm asking valid questions, thanks.
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>>32653520
Feds raided bankvaults and cleaned them out before, it's not beneath them to do it again in a crisis.
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>>32653305
Oh nice new video from 911. Watching that now thanks!
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>>32653569
I wonder how many times per day some idiot comes by to stare at the bottom of the goddamn gravy boat before taking a picture of it with their apple obamaphone. Then they amble off to root through the spoon bin like some degenerate junky. Just get a job and buy silver, nigger. Stop worrying dirty old gravy boats.

P.S. the script "E.P." stands for "ekectroplated", you faggot.
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>>32653862
Looks like a G not an E faggot.
And no one saw me taking a photo with my SAMSUNG
so smd and kys
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>>32653862
And I already have a stack. There's nothing wrong with looking for junk silver
I literally bought 3ozt silver for $35 yesterday.
I bet you feel retarded now don't you?
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>>32653995
Nigger, I bought my silver when it was actually cheap. 3 ozs at 35 bucks is chump change. 3 ozs is what it what cost you to give me a blow job after SHTF. Get back to rubbing your electroplated gravy boats, degen. Maybe you will find a real silver gravy boat someday to help pay for your tranny surgery.

Picrel is (((you))).
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>>32654112
I bought silver that cheap before too.
Did you buy 3ozt for $35 TODAY?
No? Didn't think so.
And you act like im spending all day doing this and reselling for income I literally spent an hour looking through antiques just for fun cuz I'm not working today.
>buying junk silver is stupid
>how dare you find cheapies with minimal effort.
For your sake I hope you're Just pretending to be retarded
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Lads i've just got back from a 2 week hiking trip. Havent once looked at my phone. What have a i missed? Has silver miner bro been back since?
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Did silver trading halt? WTF?
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>>32652295
Fucking tards always assume we're stacking coins but not food, guns, and ammo. Maybe fuel in some form or another.
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>>32652761
What I find strange is how they are bragging about having 60 tons of silver in their vault. This is about 1,750,000 oz or about 1 oz for every 15 people living in Australia.
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>>32648198
>free city
>papal keys
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So I'm unsure of timing of the COMEX market.
Open intetest is still very high for May, which is a delivery month. If they want to dissuade longs from standing for delivery, when will they smash the price? At the end of April?
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>>32654371
I think they assume that we are like shitcoin all in gamblers. they don't realise our true investment is betting against the fiat ponzi scheme and an over leveraged society.
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>>32654469
>60 tons of silver
That's enough only for 77k mint tubes of roos and they have many other products.
They will never be able to cover unallocated with that amount. They started giving people chink bars recently.
The real question is if silver was ever in their vaults in sufficient amount or they burned through their reserves to supply COMEX.
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>>32654469
>>32654762

this image has to go in top worst photoshop jobs.
Did they outsource this to a highschooler? They couldn't even get a picture with similar lighting.
And hes got a gateway to the blackvoid in between his legs
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How much longer do I have to carry around all this gold and silver?
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>>32654870
Why not just keep it at home instead? Awful lot of work carrying metal everywhere
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>>32654870
Forever, bury it with you like a pharaoh
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>>32654870
I'll take it off your hands if you don't want it. 50% spot reasonable?
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>>32655043
>lemme just lie and make up BS so I can look less like an idiot for this retarded hill I chose to die on
Please explain for everyone how you bought
>TEN ounces, TODAY, for $22 per ounce

And I already told you I have a stack you illiterate neanderthal
I really really hope you're just pretending to be retarded... but then... what kind of person pretends to be retarded ?
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>>32655043
>I bought TEN ounces, TODAY, for $22 per ounce
Where? Are you a fence?
What did you buy?
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>>32655043
>prowling charity shops and rubbing electroplated gravy boats like they were genie bottles
audibly kek'd
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>>32647732
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8Vu_l8fhW0&t=3109s
highly recommend this interview. never heard of him before, I think he's mostly a crypto trader now. but it looks like he has no illusions about what crypto is and that it will eventually go to zero. he mostly talks about how to protect oneself against the reset and enslavement, with PM being the only real hedge. a lot of really great points and observations, very similar to what's discussed on /pmg/, like government-backed crypto.
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>>32655295
He's literally a retard just making up BS because he decided to tell me how stupid I am for buying silverware
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>>32655165
I even put some family members into another TWENTY ounces, TODAY, for the same $22 per oz, nigger. How did I do it? By using my white man magic, Paco. Shake the bushes for something other than bush meat once in awhile and you might surprise yourself.
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>>32655361
I'll watch it thanks. The future of crypto itself is a total question mark for me but at least the blockchain technology will likely be utilized to an increasing degree.
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>>32655427
Yeah okay im done with your imbecilic chest beating.
Stfu with your dumb made up stories you dumb wannabe white nigger
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silver is for poorfags junk silver is for even poorer fags lol
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>>32655504
His hilarious verbal annihilation of you aside,

>>32653569
>I understand that that gravy boat is probably silver plated.
>That isn't what I asked
is pretty disingenous.

You'd have us believe that you googled and already knew that it's plated, but wonder what it would be worth if it magically turned into solid sterling.

gogle also answers that question, since several of the 150 or so listing include a weight. So it should be no problem to calculate what it would be worth in an alternate universe where it's not plated.

All this makes me doubt you bought 3 ounces of silver today. Oh, I don't doubt that you THINK you bought 3 oz. I'm pretty sure you believe that. I just doubt it was silver.
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>>32655365
I know he is larper. I just wanted to see with what BS he would came up.
> how stupid I am for buying silverware
Problem with buying silverware is that most stuff is just silver plated.
There are too many proofmarks to remember and you still have to pay for refining.
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>>32652169
Alright that seems like a reasonable way to go about it. I'll keep this approach in mind whenever I decide to get around to doing it
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>>32649824
BHS
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>>32655787
>You'd have us believe that you googled and already knew that it's plated, but wonder what it would be worth if it magically turned into solid sterling.
Maybe if you weren't such a retard and actually had average level reading comprehension maybe people wouldn't call you stupid all the time.
Doubt all you want you double digit IQ subhuman
I have pictures to back it up.
But not gonna show them to you toxic eurofags bcuz you'll just deny it so you can keep shit talking
Go comb through the last 20 threads and you'll find it eventually

>>32656037
All I did was ask if anyone had experience with that brand or not. Bcuz they had other pieces in there of the same brand and I wanted to know for future reference
But apparently asking questions isn't allowed on /pmg/ at this time of day
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>>32655747
>low premiums are for poorer fags
yeah you keep telling yourself that
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>>32656277
>Go comb through the last 20 threads and you'll find it eventually
are you that fucktard a few threads back that claimed weighted silver was solid sterling?

I bet you are.
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>literally every traditional asset mooning
>silver dumping
The absolute state of boomer rock redditors.

Go the fuck back. All of you.
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>>32656363
What's the item in question?
And no im not because what im talking about said 925 in plain Arabic numerals
Not that I care to have a rational conversation with you you antagonistic degenerate
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>>32656451
>What's the item in question?
go comb through the last 20 threads and you'll find it eventually.
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>>32656277
>But apparently asking questions isn't allowed on /pmg/ at this time of day
People here just don't like silverware. It's almost numismatic general.
>>32656429
Fuck off, cryptocuck.
Are you angry that bitcoin started crabbing?
Did you bought last top?
No ATH for you, faggot.
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>>32656501
Don't even have enough braincells to make up BS for your retarded fanfic huh?
Just gonna parrot back what I said like a 3rd grader? Amazing. Truly a great comeback.
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why are you guys fighting
crypto is cool and so are shiny rocks
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>>32656659
>why are you guys fighting

don't mind them, it's just two poorfags coping with the fact that they never gonna make it.
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>>32656562
I don't hold any crypto either. I admit I made massive gains on LINK but I sold it late last year and put it all back into other shit. Nice cope you fucking schizo doomer.
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Is London trading closed, or is it finally happening?
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>>32656562
>People here just don't like silverware.
I don't like silverware buyers that can't google a hallmark and then lie and say they can. But it's ok. I taught the dumbass how to use a search engine today.
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>>32656715
>I don't hold any crypto either
ngmi
>put it all back into other shit
I bet you bought stocks like a good goy.
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>>32649929
>shilling a literal who south america mine penny stock
Wtf is wrong with you... Just shut up you retard
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>>32656659
no crypto isnt cool but it's a good way to make gain scamming people and buying rocks with those
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We need new bread without these two faggots slaying each other with meanz words. Fuck.
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>Almost eight weeks now since my Chards order.
>Almost seven weeks now since my Royal Mint order.
>Haven't received either one.
>Royal Mint takes 1-2 weeks to reply to an email.
Why are they all so bloody slow?
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Trannies always seethe when they find out their hoards of butter pats, toothbrush holders, and gravy biats are electroplated junk.
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>>32657042
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>>32657001
all I wanted to do was discuss silverware and some tremendous faggot comes and tells me how I'm stupid for doing that.

Excuse me for not being happy about it
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>>32657091
She's lying. She came in here talking about silver plated dilators and tampon applicators.
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>>32657042
is chards slow? shit i was just about to buy a gold coin from them
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>>32657091
QQYWNBAWWTFBBQ
I can't believe you let some anon get your goat so hard you embarrassed yourself like this. Just call him a faggot, or a nigger and learn more hallmarks.
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>>32657232
Apparently they get their coins from outside the UK instead of directly from the mint and somehow that works out cheaper for them. That's what they told me at least. I ordered a gold Britannia and when I added it to the basket, the website said it would be a 6-8 week wait. So they did at least tell tell me up front. They're almost out of time now though.
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>>32657302
>the website said it would be a 6-8 week wait
ah okay so they do at least warn you, good to know
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Numifags will this even hold it's value?
buying it for my wife who decided she wanted a tube of coins for herself. thought I'd buy her a present for being a good investor.
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>>32657237
I like how everyone is just shitting on me for reacting and not the guy spewing garbage for his own retarded amusement

Such a comfy general filled with
>frens
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feeling good lets go
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>>32657483
>Numifags will this even hold it's value?
Yes, it will be always worth 1oz of silver.
But you will never get back premium.
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>>32648122
The first part of your statement is true.
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It's not going back down to sub-$15/oz, is it?
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>>32657706
What makes a modern design hold its value/premium?
do only old coins hold value?
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>>32657766
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>>32657766
>you had 5,000 years
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There was an Anon who posted about buying gold/ confiscation in a now archived thread a little while back. This post is for you cunt if you've been steered here.
>>32655838
Yep. Happened in the USA in 1933. Look up Executive Order 6102. Guess what happened to gold prices after it was "bought up" by the State? For 41 years it was ILLEGAL to privately own gold. Cheers FDR.
Hasn't happened in Australia but.... Banking Act 1959 Part IV (still in force)
https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2018C00067
Oh look at that so does the UK
https://www.bullionbypost.co.uk/index/gold/is-it-illegal-to-own-gold/
Read this shit. Double check its content and come to your own conclusion. History may get memory holed by normies but we autists can see through the crap peddled by the propaganda outlets.

I'm a regular PMG lurker/ poster, gold IS NOT a profitable investment its a time freeze of wealth relative to inflation vs buying power. Like taking a set amount of wealth in time and that shit being worth the same relatively years down the track. Look at the price trend of gold and compare to the value/ purchasing power of the USD. Most anons buy silver for an impending doom I have more than enough bullets to barter with should the schitzos be correct. There's also those who believe silver is massively shorted by JP Morgan but thats a whole different box of frogs.
I wouldn't say gold is CURRENTLY under threat of confiscation but remember this - if you order that shit online, or buy it in ANY WAY thats not cash in hand - it leaves a trail thats damn easy to follow right back to you.
Also, look up how much gold China has been buying this last decade. Draw your own conclusion.
Godspeed cunt.
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>>32657789
Pandas will likely be one of the only coins that will appreciate over spot collectors value.
Maybe Perth lunars
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>>32649304
>>32649304
Thoughtful and impactful words. Personally, I don’t hold your same view. I like the fact that multiple anons are bringing mining companies to the table for us all to discuss. I disagree that we have found the “wrong” companies. Speculation is what will make mining investors the most money, and it is both an art and a science. Silver miner anon and Finland anon are our best speculators in PMG, Pan Man is a source of a wealth of information on nearly every aspect of the mining industry and is kind enough to share his knowledge everyday, and there are other novice speculator anons such as myself and at least three or four others who contribute to the discussion by bringing up new companies. While not every company discussed is a sure fire fifty bagger, there is some potential in every single one. I appreciate your thoughts but hold the view that PMG actually does a decent to pretty good job, as a whole, researching her and uncovering compelling and undervalued investment opportunities in the mining sector. Again, good post, anon.
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>>32657042
Just saw the Trust Pilot reviews for The Royal Mint and am getting kind of scared now. So many negative reviews with people having a similar experience to me. The fuckers just take forever to delivery, forever to respond, don't keep their promises... The fuckers just aren't delivering my coins or even responding to me. Starting to feel scammed by them now. Does anyone know what kind of legal action I could take if they don't deliver or if I can do a chargeback? Not sure if it's any different with investment products.
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>>32657789
>What makes a modern design hold its value/premium?
I don't know I only see "numismatic" pieces selling very close to spot on auctions.
Boomers that bought them probably paid at least 100% premium.
Modern stuff that holds premium is generally minted by government mints.
But only couple of pieces allow you to make money.
>do only old coins hold value?
Not really unless you have very rare coins or they are in perfect condition.
What's the price for that?
Is that some stuff with Niue or other small island nation minted on it?
Don't buy it unless you really like the design.
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CCW just completed an out-of-the-blue private placement. Shareholders not happy. I wonder myself if my capital would be better utilized elsewhere.

https://ceo.ca/@newswire/canada-silver-closes-flow-through-private-placement
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>>32657490
silver is the literal chink in the kike armor and they are using every tactic to derail people from buying silver. they have people doing cointelpro tactics in pmg. also, there's a fair bit of newfriends who don't get pmg.
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>>32658092
$150, Tuvalu. Going to buy it because she likes it.
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>>32658290
>Going to buy it because she likes it.
Go for it but you won't brake even until silver hits 100$.
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>>32658368
yeah I expect as much.
I doubt we'd ever sell it, might even get the whole set as they come out and really waste my money.
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>>32658290
Would you pay $150 for a $20 bill with a picture of a mouse on it? No? Then don't buy this garbage either.
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Are any of you niggers following whats happening with the Perth Mint and Kitco, and everything John Adams is covering? He is absolutely based.
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>>32649304
>you guys have no DD !
>I am not like you !
>proceed to talk about QH picks
Most of us here already know about Crescat and QH picks. Gogold has been mentionned already, its a fucking 600 MC. Same for Abraplata, some here are already invested and showed their portfolio but most of us avoided that shit since its in Argentina, doesn't matter how good it is when its so risky. If you have big capital, you can allow yourself plenty of position so having Abra in it isn't a particulary bad thing. It become different for poorfag with limited entry.

I can also talk about Kingfisher or Maritime resources since I just finished watching the last Crescat pump about these two, they have solid potential. I can also talk about Strikepoint Gold which has been mentionned plenty of times, Crescat recently took position. See, no one mention them because they are already well known. Just because we don't invest in them doesn't mean no DD has been done on them. I would rather gamble on Silver Resources than Strikepoing Gold.

Disapointed that after all your parroting, you just give GV and QH picks.
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Should I pull the trigger? If it helps to decide, I overpaid my credit card somehow, so I have $70 credit to start with.
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>>32658743
I see it but I'm sceptical. If there is a shortage of silver, it is confirmed if and only if there is an explosive upward price move. Anything less is just speculation.
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>>32658839
you are naive as fuck anon. there is a massive silver shortage. look for yourself. the perth mint have had most of their silver products pulled for months and in the last few months have introduced caps on how many units you can buy per household.

we know the price we see on our charts are manipulated and dont reflect reality. I cant buy silver for anything less than $35usd/oz where i am, and thats in very limited quantities. scepticism is healthy but you are choosing to ignore the evidence in front of you.
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>>32649304
Meh. I came to the realization that DD doesn’t do much and I just buy whatever gets dubs.
But on a more serious note:
Good DD is hard! And precious metals mining is even harder. I’m a geologist, so you’d expect that I can do it easily, but turns out geology and mining are quite different fields, and then there’s the whole financial side.
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>>32648634
>>32648672
Hey guys! Calibro here too
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>>32658779
If u want but I'd just buy the lowest premium.
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>>32649476
Silvergoldbull
And European mint, I guess, if you don’t care about doing a full strip tease in public.
And some anon a few threads back said there’s a euro shop accepting XMR, but he vanished without a trace and never disclosed the name of the shop.
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>>32659223
The only evidence that matters is price. If there is a shortage of something, the price of that something will skyrocket.
When we hear about the healthcare/electronics/energy industries being unable to source silver and the price is $150/oz, then we will know there is a legitimate shortage.
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We're once again at the strong $1750 resistance/support level. Closing above this price EOW will signal to the TA/momentum investors that it's time to get back in to silver/gold and mining stocks.
Regardless of it you think TA matters, a lot of money is sitting on the sidelines waiting for this price signal.
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>>32659710
>He fell for Jewish tricks

poor deluded fool
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>OoOoOoOoOo
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>>32659874
You should know better than to pay attention to the paper spot price. It really doesn't matter in the long term. It is only relevent to the short term traders and the manipulators working for the banks.
Real stackers focus on the fundamentals.
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>>32659901
90% of my net worth is in silver, gold, and PM mining stocks. No one would be happier than me than to find out the shortage rumours are true, but until the price spikes, it remains a rumour.
>>32660058
Correct, this chart only matters short term. Short term price info is very useful for someone looking to take some profits or increase one of their positions.
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>>32658779
you're getting 4oz of silver for 160$....
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>>32659710
>The only evidence that matters is price.
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>>32649304
Galleon trades for less than the value of their Idaho Neal Project which has high grade gold. You essentially get the West Cache Gold Project for free, the one that has the PEA coming. Drill results are good when you look at depth for many and they've already had discussions with very nearby mills about processing their ore in about 18 months.Throw in that Sprott owns 23% and a veteran CEO who builds mines and I'd say it's a safer play than Abrasilver and their crazy high jurisdictional risk
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>>32647732
Silver Eagles
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>>32660125
the 'only evidence that matters' that you refer to is manipulated by silver printed out of thin air. If you are basing investing decisions off of the day to day price fluctuations of a financially engineered instrument that was created specifically with the purpose of suppressing the price of bullion.

I except personally for the price of spot silver to go down simply because what it is tracking is not real silver but rather just a paper claim in which 500 other paper claims are chasing after a single real physical ounce. These claims will go to their intrinsic value of zero. Of course if this were to happen then a new instrument that more accurately tracks the prices of gold and silver will be adopted. Only then you would have your 'real evidence' of a silver shortage as the price skyrockets.

Don't worry about the paper price, it's just the music in a game of musical chairs. The Music isn't what is important, what is important is having a chair when the music stops.
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>>32660314
You're correct about high jurisdictional risk with Argentina. I love Silver Sands, a small-cap explorer in Argentina, but the inherent risk is something to consider. The fact that GV, for example, has his largest position in Abrasilver makes me question his judgement.
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>>32660125
lmao look at this dude, he wants "evidence" and "reasoning" and "demonstrable effects on the market"
what are you, a shill?
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Any cheapies out there?
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>>32660125
>until the price spikes, it remains a rumour.
A COMEX default wouldn't cause a paper spike.
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>>32660575
Jurisdictional risk is often overlooked by GV, he seems to believe he can buy anywhere and then pump on his twitter, reddit and his folio and never lose
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>>32660999
observed
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>>32649304
if you posted low grade FUD like this on ceo you'd get destroyed
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>>32650681
>neo pagan

You NEED to read this thread anon
https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/26801425/



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