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>Why Gold?
https://youtu.be/i3S4rl6ehiI
https://youtu.be/gksenA5Al_A
https://youtu.be/FI7NnOg2rxo

>Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/ (US)
https://goldsilver.be/en/ (BE/EU/UK)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

Russian/European coins
https://oldsilver.ru/ (EU/UK/US)

>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)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ (UK)

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

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

>Prospecting
https://youtu.be/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, Magnets and Ping Test
https://youtu.be/3mg9YcAShTo
https://youtu.be/NgSXg-WOEVY
https://youtu.be/2ymGAyKAg-k
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/fake-bullion-database
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

>Relevant information regarding mining companies
https://pastebin.com/5aLmWUUK

Previous Thread >>39052212 #
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Nobody is enjoying my stock picks so I thought I'd do a different bit of dd today.

How should you store your fiat as an inflationary doomer? Everybody needs fiat for food, shopping, hospital, rent, emergencies, etc. Anyone storing 100% of their wealth in metals is speculating with money they can't afford to lose. And there are good reasons to stockpile fiat too - if everything crashes like March, you have dip-buying money, or if inflation really is transitory, you'll have cheapies buying money.

Despite this, you might still be worried about inflation. What if you don't want the value of your fiat to get wiped out? In that case, the best way to deal with this is to hedge in coins. Not bullion coins. Regular coins. Fiat coins. Here's an example.
>I have some Australian 20 cent coins.
>They weigh 11.3g
>They are 75% Copper and 25% Nickel.
>That's slightly under 8.5g of copper and slightly under 2.9g of nickel.
>At $12.89 AUD per kg of copper, they have just under 11c of copper in them.
>At $22.63 AUD per kg of nickel, they have 6.4c of nickel in them.
>That's 17.3 cents of intrinsic value for 20c.
>If inflation doesn't occur, or even deflation occurs, nothing happens. You have 20c worth of value.
>If inflation does take off, you real value loss is limited to the downside. Your maximum loss is 13.4%.
>If copper or nickel moon more in real terms, you might even do well.
You will look like a schizo if you walk into a bank and ask for 100kg of 20c coins. But strangely enough, their intrinsic value is close enough to their face value that if EVs really take off and nickel and copper become high demand commodities, there's a very real chance these coins will slowly disappear from circulation.

Coins are essentially a put on the money supply. The government can print digital dollars and $100 notes, but coins can only lose a limited amount of purchasing power. They can't be inflated into worthlessness because the commodity value is now almost the face value.
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I actually think the V1 ASE reverse was quite bland, and this one looks better. I'm not buying them, but because of the premiums, not the art.
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>>39070032
I bought some pre-33 gold yesterday, should be here within a week. They're just cute Lil guys I got more for the numismatic value than the melt value, but 1/20th of an ounce fractionals are pretty silly.
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>>39070072
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>>39070009
>Getting coins for their metal value
Absolutely based, I had the same thought. The primary disadvantage is the amount of coins you'd need to carry around, and a potential limit on how many coins your bank will give you (and take in during deflation)
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try and get pennies from the bank to do weekly copper harvesting and wheat search; half the time they are "out" of pennies or will only give you $5 at most

use to be able to get an entire 25 dollar box on the regular. coin shortage for fucks sake. its happening
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Loading up on some Bayhorse today. Hope the mention of this sacred and beautiful word causes some of you to absolutely seeth.

Say it with me...

B A Y H O R S E

Our future isn't to be made into glue, but to gallop throughout spacious pastures in harmony with nature and breed many mares.
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Someone's selling this for £70- is it worth it?
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Muh conspiracy theory, muh the government will not stop your payment systems. Meanwhile in France:

http://www.senat.fr/rap/r20-673/r20-6738.html#fn37
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>>39070303
Trying to hard desu. Could be moar subtle.
14/88 for getting me to respond
Would criticize again!
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Morning boys
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>>39070383
What in the god damn fuck?
Frogbros, what's happening?
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>>39070646
It is real, look here

>>>/pol/331003544
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>>39070383
They really are asking for a revolution
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>>39070646
>What's happening
You had three fucking decades to convince your shitty boomer parents they were fucking up the world
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>>39070550
Got enough dip there anon? What is the shelf life on those cans
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>>39070646
Picrel

>>39070697
Damn comfy chunk of change there anon!
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>>39070940
This is the interesting part anon.
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>>39071249
prepare yourselfs for the final solution
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>July 2021
>Still buying shiny boomer rocks
Yikes!
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>>39069928
Why not Zenon?
>dual-ledger architecture
>dual-coin mechanism
>future of crypto
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>>39071249
Maybe you've got a clue to this. I was noticing the similarities in timing between weimar republic and US inflation, just 100 years apart.

This all seems to be pointing to 2033. For reference in 1933 the CIA, NSA, and NATO were founded. The fold seizure act was implemented and hitler was elected into power (along with other things). Is there a plan for global reorganization in 2033?
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>>39071459
Wtf. This was for >>39070550 and the pic was meant to be
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>>39071459
>Is there a plan for global reorganization
It would seem so
> in 2033?
don't know. but whatever they're implementing, they accelerated the fuck out of it.
this is like nothing I've seen before

i dont know exactly what is happening. but i know, it is happening. and its going to be happening even more soon. hold on to your butts
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>>39071480
fug
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>>39071650
Right? It's going to be extremely interesting to see the state of inflation in 2023
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>Go to store to buy gold and silver
>Check prices
>Prices have increased by 20%
>Spot is roughly the same
What the fuck
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>>39072129
At a local coin and bullion shop?
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>>39072366
No, my wholesale dealer
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>>39072129
Spot price is a meme.
In my local community i can already buy triple the amount of goods for silver than for fiat.
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Is it legal to buy a mine and just mine for fun?
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>>39072632
No anon, raw metals are illegal and for good reason. They can kill you anon. Do not mess with boomer rocks. You won't be ((warned)) again.
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>>39071459
>For reference in 1933 the CIA, NSA, and NATO were founded.
Kek...
- CIA: 1947
- NSA: 1952
- NATO: 1949
Anything else, little boi?
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>>39072418
based and barter pilled. I think having large amounts of silver in hand is worth spot multiplied as we go along the road and the wheels come off with regards to the crazy shit coming down the pipe towards us
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Bought more miners. It really feels like I'm buying the bottoms on these, but thats what I said at .14, 0.08, and 0.49
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Might get this proof half graded. Just arrived in the UK
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>>39070795
Can't wait to see how much better the world will be when the boomer haters get done "fixing" it. You can already see how much better their voting record is. I will save you some time with this lesson on the real world outside your mom's basement: it is a LOT fucking harder than you imagine to turn the tide of history.
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>>39073417
That's the point. It was hard so boomers didn't want to do it.
Tale as old as time.
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>>39070009
Hi anon, assuming you're the guy who posts the AUS uranium DD, I do like it, but can't participate because I'm so goddamned poor. I'm also a lazy brainlet that's not going to shift focus from macro at the moment.
I also totally hoard cu-(n)ni. There is no reason not to.

>>39070132
You can probably cash it in if needed or get it refined illegally.
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>>39072414
Which wholesaler, if I might ask?
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>>39073417
>Can't wait to see how much better the world will be when the boomer haters get done "fixing" it.
It's all so tiresome
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Got Koalas?
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>>39073491
And MY point is neither will you. Neither will you. Your friends will vote for more socialism, just like mine did. And you will rage impotently and blame people who came before you while you do exactly what they did. Nothing.
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>>39071459
2033? What about right fucking now? Have you seen the shit the globohomo hegemony is doing?
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>>39073946
I'm doing something by voting for even more socialist retards.More socialism, more money printing, everything.
You want a 3.5 trillion dollar deficit? Charge it!
Gender changes for inmates?
Cut em!
Laws passed to protect autistic trannies in diapers who want to join your kids' preschool and day care?
Sign it!

A C C E L E R A T E
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>kxplf
Bros, I could have taken my gains and bought hookers. Instead I held because you guys told me too. Wtf now I’m losing money.
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>>39074149
So you are doing nothing, just like your predecessors, but coping with your failure by claiming it's a strategy. Clever. But not convincing.
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>>39074175
Damn, you better market sell before it goes to zero. Don't wanna be holding an asset that dips. Always sell the dip anon. Down is bad.
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got some better pics and looking more into it- I've never invested in gold before so any help is really appreciated. A scrap gold calculator puts the springbok coins price at £20.13 but I get coins hold a higher price than weight. Unsure on the weight of the other two coins, also.
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>>39069928
Overpriced eagles edition more like it
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>>39070009
Hol' up dd anon. I haven't been here for a few weeks. What stock picks?
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>>39070550
Is that Snus? Im out of Jakobssons and about to place another order but thinking about trying a different brand.
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>>39073559
Frits, a local jewelry supply shop.
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>>39073417
>How to fix world
>Step 1: Stop printing money
>Step 2: The world is now improved
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>>39074283
There isn't enough runway left to slam on the brakes. It's full steam ahead at this point. Not embracing acceleration is failure.
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God l love hand poured bars they are so fucking sexy, FUCK.
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>>39075573
pic not related?
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>>39075342
It hasn't been possible to slam on the brakes since Woodrow Wilson. Maybe since Abraham Lincoln. Thinking otherwise is to misunderstand the way history and humanity move over large cycles.

I think the intelligent strategy is to prepare yourself and your loved ones for inevitable collapse. Hence PMs. But pretending like you are doing something by not doing anything is a joke. You are strapped in the baby seat in the back of the car. And because your baby seat has a little toy steering wheel on it, you think you are doing something by turning it the same way daddy does. Just stop.
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>>39069928
Curious thing. I've added to my stack because I've got the chance thanks to some extra income, and noticed just how high the premiums are these days.
Added a bunch of 1/4 oz rounds, I wanted some more fractional in my stack. Will take pics when they arrive.
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>>39069928
Why are Maples so shiny? Why do American gold eagles look so bland in comparison?
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Logging onto fidelity to see how much money my stonks are losing today. Can't login.

Is the economy finally rugpulling?
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>>39076145
Next year maybe. Things are fine now desu
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>>39076145
I'm unemployed and filed bankruptcy last year and holding 20 pounds of silver, so I sincerely hope so. I have nothing to lose.
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>>39076186
>Things are fine now desu
No, now there is a DNS failure for the entire domain. What does putin mean by this?

>>39076189
Based debtmaxxing anon... Gibbs me the true true, can I keep my house if I do this too? Basically my only asset they can actually touch... I'm legitimately wanting to do this... I have never been more serious when asking a question that sounds like a troll: How do I debt?
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>>39074283
Kek, BASED. Good to see that people are calling them out on their bullshit.
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Does Uranium count as a precious metal
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>>39076367
It's fine, pay no attention. Unironically nothing is going to happen anytime soon. Things are just crunchy cause the intentional destruction of our society. But things are still functioning well enough for now.
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>>39076597
No, it's not rare and neither are "Rare Earths"
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>>39076609
>>39076367
lmao my bank is down too
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>>39076609
>DNS failure
>The server is temporarily unable to service your request. Please try again later.
>Things are functioning
Literally no.
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how much is the annual income from VCEgg KEK
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>>39076695
I said functioning well enough, not fully functioning !
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>>39073365
nice Liberty bell
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>>39076815
>I said functioning well enough, not fully functioning !
this is what you get when everything is being controlled by trannies
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>>39074332
These coins will be at best spot price, don't buy them will be a nightmare to sell on
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How to get more people to spend so money velocity picks up; its not enough that the holidays are approaching and people will be spending more.

Maybe thats why lockdowns are being enforeced - to curb money velocity
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>>39076815
Well enough for what? All I can do with my money is go make a minecraft withdrawl IRL...

THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE SCHITZOS PREDICTED!
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>>39076126
24k to 22k
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>>39070550
Where did you get the black sun patch? I want one but I don't want to give my information to a honeypot
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>>39077174
Money velocity is low because there is nothing to buy. Everyone who can and wants to buy a thing has already bought it on credit and is leveraged to their eyeballs. People aren't buying things because there is literally no more discretionary spending that they can do with their current debt levels. Banks don't want to loan because they know this, so large purchases that can't be flipped to Fannie or the fed will not get loans. Money velocity was going to continue to fall off a cliff regardless of cockbig-19.
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Just two more weeks
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>>39076367
I was in a unique position personally. My wife stole the title to my car, I had just graduated with a second degree before going to grad school, and I had no job at the moment I filed.

I do believe you can keep your house, and oddly enough they may just "take" the money out of your paycheck to pay the principal and not charge you interest, so that the bank gets their investment back. I filed a Chapter 7, not a Chapter 14. They basically had nothing to take from me, and still wiped out a bunch of credit cards my whore ex wife maxxed out of out maliciousness. It was the best $1400 I ever spent, wiped out something like 60k in debt. SHOULD have sincerely debt maxxed prior.

Also, wait 90 days from making any major purchases before you file or they'll consider it fraud. I honestly believe in 7 years I could probably max it out again buying gold and silver, or cash advancing to do so, wait 90 days, and file again. Depending on how your own finances and assets are set up, you may leave scott free. This is not financial advice. I filed when I had basically nothing that could be taken.
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>>39076609
>Unironically nothing is going to happen anytime soon
>nothing soon

Anon.. I
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wtf
fedex is down too
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>>39077762
Idc believe me or not. But you'll remember this as December 31st rolls around and your asshole has been clenched so long that your shitting diamonds. Nothing is gonna happen this year. Maybe next year. Do you really think the elites are going to let us have 2 crazy years in a row? They might actually lose control then. Use your brain people its obvious the game is not even close to over.
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>>39077426
What if one had a home and a car which was totally paid off and only an $800 credit card with a self-imposed limit?

Like, I could buy silver instead of pay bills, but noone is just going to give me loans for silver and let me laugh at them are they? I had hard working lower middle class white parents, I don't know how debt works just how to work hard. I never even took a loan for college...

Do I just get a bunch of credit cards and max them out? What is that, like 50k? Holy shit I've never felt so retarded... How do people even get money they don't have? I just wanna sell my credit score for a fatty stack of gold while my credit has value in the first place... What the fuck is an 816 credit score even good for?
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>>39078051
Im phone posting now, but im the bankruptcy anon. Go on creditkarma and set up an account. They make their momey by advertising credit cards youre qualified for. Credit card companies WANT you to take out cards, so just find ones with zero annual fee and apply for them all. Theyll shit to your door. My credit score was a 450 and is now a 700 due to taking out 3, spending a tiny amount and paying it off once it posts. I also paid off student loans which helps each month. I dont know exactly what happens to cars or property since i had neither at the time, but you can do some research. A buddy of mine is getting divorced and heavily considered debt maxxing. He told me with a chapter 14 it eliminates the interest on auto and home loans but auto deducts it each month from your pay. Which means interest free loans youd pay anyway and you keep them. Otherwise, id slowly withdraw cash from checking accounts while cash advancing your cards, use them to pay bills or whatever as well and keep the cash. Its feasible and easy, i just found a bankruptcy lawyer who gave me the paperwork and retard proof directions. So now i have no debt, good credit, a used car i bought with cash, and im happy enough.
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>>39075573
poured silver master race
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hklab62wIy0

Jeff christian loading up some pretty heavy fud
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>>39078285
Thanks, still just sounds like a pile of credit cards but is that's my option then that's what I'll look into.

Can I buy a car on credit and sell it for cash? This would be a bit more appealing if I could match my net worth but I don't know how any of this isn't considered fraud lol.

Will they look at my retirement accounts would you think? I suppose I might already be at the google it myself point.
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>>39075722
>You are strapped in the baby seat in the back of the car. And because your baby seat has a little toy steering wheel on it, you think you are doing something by turning it the same way daddy does. Just stop.
You're more right than you think, boomer. It's not a bunch of old millennials still infesting the houses of government refusing to move on. What big piece of legislation have the younger generations pushed through, huh boomer?

You're right, your generation is still in the drivers seat and the kids in the back realize daddy is drunk and heading towards the cliff and rather than being scared and shutting up like you demand I'm going to giggle like a fucking madman and honk my plastic horn
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>>39078526
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>>39078513
No one is going to pay much for your car if you don't have the title.
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>>39078388
nice Maple bars fren
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>>39078513
I would google it, youre asking me some interesting and complex questions that i dont have a good answer for. Mine was for survival, but i do feel with adequate planning you could stash cash, max your cards on bills and products, declare bankruptcy, and keep it all. If im sucking at life in 7 years i may do it again, credit seems easy to get back up after a bankruptcy, as mine is decent enough less than a year later. Ideally just pay bills with cards, spend that cash on silver and gold, and declare when you cant keep up the facade anymore.
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>>39077762
Frobro here, things are going so fast I can't believe it. I knew things would go faster but holy shit, something must be up for them to force things that much. September will probably be a big month.
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my work requires natural disasters to hit the USA, please god, i need to work again.
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>>39078586
Yeah, see, I've never bought a car I couldn't afford so I don't even get how that works lol.

>>39078689
Nice, yeah with little to lose I see this being a pretty big plus, and I'm trying to see a functional downside at all... It just sounds like a get free money every 7 years program.
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>>39078867
I did find these two links for you. Answer for car and house is you "probably" wouldn't lose them, if you can prove you'll pay them off even after bankruptcy.

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/the-motor-vehicle-exemption-can-you-keep-your-car-chapter-7-bankruptcy.html

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/lose-home-file-chapter-7-bankruptcy.html

Either way, if you ended up being serious about it just go find a bankruptcy lawyer. They make good money just telling you how to fill out the paperwork properly and they know all the tricks and loopholes to get the most out of the process. I honestly think black people do this shit all the time.
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>>39078526
There's always the option to accelerate.
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>>39078513
>can I buy a car on credit
Not a collateralized loan. You can take out a signature loan with much worse interest rates then use that to buy a car then sell the car for cash for less money and paying sales tax twice.
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>>39077762
whats going on here
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>>39079374
Internet kill switch test
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>tfw trusted you with bayhorse and now i've lost everything
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>>39076145
see>>39077969
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>>39079711
Cyber Pandemic?
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>>39079837
Maybe
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>>39079225
Thanks! Got called into work but am likely going to do this, the links are appreciated!

>>39079313
Likewise thanks for the insight! Wouldnt a signature loan work to just buy silver? Seems more straight forward
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Unbelievable rewards buy buy buy buy
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Unbelievable rewards buy buy buy buy
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>>39080169
>>39080374
tell me what it means, bots.
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henlo frens, good news!

>The factory will start striking your coins tomorrow and we have asked for images of the first strikes. I will keep you posted on those pics. Once they start production it typically goes pretty quickly especially with already making the samples. thanks!
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>>39080968
basedado
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>>39080968
Huzzah! Best news I've heard all day!
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>>39080968
>Once they start production it typically goes pretty quickly
So two more weeks?
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>>39081324
dont start that again
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>>39081324
then two more weeks for them to ship it
two more weeks for the shipment to get to me
two weeks to find a boxcutter to open it
another two weeks to finish all these hookers and blow
finally two weeks until you get a delivered notification and a smiling postman
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>>39073342
What are advantages and disadvantages in investing in miners rather than just buying metal?
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>>39081451
the disadvantage is that when you sell your gold/silver stocks, you will receive paper currency which will be worth less, or even worthless. I dont think this cycle will be like 2011.
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>>39081451
investing in miners gives you leverage. When gold/silver increase in price, the miners will move much more, assuming they are good companies. More risk since mining companies can fail even when the price of the metals goes up
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>>39081521
Any real advantages? These things are deceptively cheap .
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>>39081611
They are essentially leveraged gold/silver, and they were a very good bet in the 2011 bull run. But I don't think they are good bet now due to the currency risk. I think any significant gains will be diminished via inflation this time.
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>>39081717
I don't get the inflation concern. With inflation, the price of metals would increase, which directly correlates to the miners. Take profits on miners when the time comes, then buy gold/silver with it. Inflation will affect the price of miners and metals in usd the same. Move in miners should be greater, but metals will be safer
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>>39081451
After what I've seen with gme, (((they))) can fuck with pretty much any stock without real consequences. Any stock you have is also a gamble on the morality of (((them)))/the efficacy of those who are supposed to legislate them.
There's also the whole thing where even if you do own these stocks and they do go up, you've still got a bunch of useless fiat after selling.
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>>39081900
While I somewhat agree, I don't think it's going to be "useless" and sure it will be inflated to heck, but I don't think we will actually be seeing Zimbabwe-tier inflation like everyone in these threads thinks. Might as well diversify a bit and get them while they're cheap.
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>>39081892
Inflation doesn't directly affect the price of gold/silver stocks. People need to buy these stocks for the price to go up. And if you don't get the inflation concern, hold gold/silver miners this cycle, and you will learn what I mean later.
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>>39082089
Fair enough.
>but I don't think we will actually be seeing Zimbabwe-tier inflation like everyone in these threads thinks.
That's my sincere hope too. While I also think it's unlikely I personally can't help but prepare for the worst.
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>>39082151
>inflation goes up
>demands for metals increases their price
>miner's profit margin increases
>stock goes up
metals price has a pretty direct correlation to the miner stock price
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>>39081892
in today's economic climate, inflation is nearly synonymous with devaluing the dollar
= all your money is worth less than before
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>>39082190
No, large funds need to buy the stock for the stock to rise in price.
Right now, miners have some of the largest profit margins they have had in a long time, yet they are still in a slump.
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>>39080968
I gotta say, even at this angle the Apu looks way cleaner than the first set of pics. Did they do a touch-up on the die before final production? Oh, and I still disagree with letting everyone fight over serials. All the dubs will be claimed immediately, when kek should dictate who receives blessed digits.
>inb4 muh trips
I know trips will be random, but there's only 7 of 'em.
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>>39081362
>TWO MORE WEEKS
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>>39082312
i would have suggested a first come first serve starting at serial number 0000000 then sequentially numbered after that.
so it would be largely a matter of chance in whether you get dubs, trips or whatever
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>>39081900
Useless fiat, that you get the privileges of paying capital gains tax on.
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>>39082312
I doubt they did any touchups as that would take another trip back to the heat treaters as well, if you look closely at that angled pic you can see it still has the hump at the bottom of the trident
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>>39080968
Brainlet here. Is it possible for me to reserve a number, but have you ignore it if I would've had trips otherwise? So I can still have a shot at trips but otherwise get my number?
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>>39081375
you were warned.
by the power of kek, i am projecting heightened levels of disapproval in your general direction
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>>39082479
If you ask for a preferred and nobody else did you'll get that preferred, but that would mean you'd be out for the trips unless you ordered multiple
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>>39082312
All of the dubs were claimed months ago, they were a special tier that cost $100 to fund the fixed costs of producing a die.
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>>39080968
How many will be made in total (roughly) ?
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>>39082672
820, one time minting
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>>39070303
I want a thread which is simultaneously not full of moonboys wanking each other off to Gayhorse AND is free of fondleboy numismatic posting of completely retarded boob-coins
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>wake up
>silver up
>past 10pm
>not tamp downs
>it's still going up

wtf bros, it's fundamentally designed to only go down
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>>39083050
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>>39083050
Tomorrow is Friday. Still time for a tamp down before the weekend
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>>39082905
>be on /pmg/
>"i want to be in a thread that's not /pmg/"
>stay in /pmg/ and fling poo
>"why is this happening to me?"

retard alert
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>>39083182
the creation of /CMMG/ only solved half the problem because the Gayhorse shills have colonized it, what's so hard to understand?
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>>39082522
That wasn't my understanding. The campaign allowed a tier for dubs 011, 022…099. That's why they sold so fast. Apu #144, for example, or #688, is available to pleb-tier. My objection is that only the 0XX should be claimed (rightly, through special tier purchase), and all other dubs & trips be random. But if someone wanted, say, #678 or whatever, sure lay your claim.
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>>39080968
Those are nice reeds! I like when they're wider and more defined like that.
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>>39083277
>>39083277
discussion of miners including Bayhorse was completely normal since over a year ago.
what changed is you autistic faggots screeching about it.
i never cared for batbois or owelies really. but they didn't bother me and there was no reason to object to them being posted or discussed.
Bayhorse and other miners are just another talking point in the world of PMs
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>>39080968
Oh, that's wonderful news! I also look forward to offering my spin on a photo of it.
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>>39083528
Based pirate ship.
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Just bought 100oz of Asahi cyber rounds for $2971

Did I fuck up? Almost bought 83 of the ASE 2021 Type 2 coins instead for same price.
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>>39080968
Mintanon, did you get my email?
t.anon with 31 apu's
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>>39071249
Im a pagan fag
I hope he kills himself
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>>39083769
No. You have 100oz instead of 83, which is much better.
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>>39080968
Maybe they’ll look better in hand
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>>39083769
No, type 2's are dogshit. No one wants those unless you are in for the "1st in the set", flipper, or "IM COOOLOOOOOCTING" camp. Weeb rounds are fun to have since it is better than buffalo's and phili.
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>>39077343
Hey... it's up one one-hundreth of a penny today.
It's mooning!
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>>39080968
Hey mintanon, do you have any high res pics of the other meme coins?
Do you mind if we have them so we can mint some other coins? (Hopefully with a faster minting speed)
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>>39084062
Gotcha. Thanks mint anon. If these work out, I might sponsor another round like this or more.
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>>39070009
Are there any Canadian coins I can get from my bank that are worth their face value in metals?
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>>39084110
that would be great would love to get in touch, a lot of plans for what can be done going forward
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>full moon arrives
>stonks and shitcoins rise
>PMs mostly fall
Yes, I do enjoy clown economy but isn't it a bit too much?
Complicated biological systems are synchronized with moon phases which in the end affects economy, but after taking the astrology pill it feels like cheating.
My hypothesis is that people are in better mood during full moon and that they're more likely to buy.
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>>39083590
It's the HMS Bounty. They're real beauts.
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>>39084235
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>>39084178
make the anime prospector girl next
I'd by a bunch
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>>39084064
Were you the anon looking to start his own mint? If so I'd ask that you make up a design on your own so you have something to show everyone and because I plan to continue working with the designs shown. If you have any questions about how the designs were made I'd happily answer. For example >>39084306 would get some attention

I've mentioned my plans to continue working with anons to get more rounds made along with a webstore w/ inventory, custom poured silver items and other ideas I have in mind that could be good
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Rate my recent purchase PMG.
first majestic Aztec rounds for 38 CAD each.
Two Timothy Eaton rounds for 45 CAD each.
One 1900 European sovereign for 600 CAD
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>>39084283
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>>39084405
a close up of the Sovereign
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>>39084235
Is that the Bounty of Captain Cook's ship the Endeavor?
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>>39084405
and the back of the coin.
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>>39084429
*the Bounty OR Captain Cook's ship
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>>39084375
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>>39070795
My parents are Gen X, it must suck to have boomer parents.
All my boomer bosses I have had when I worked part time in construction were insufferable fucks.
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>>39084375
Fair.

How do you make the vector designs for dye presses?
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>>39084485
>Boomer bosses
Tell me about it. My boomer boss retired and was replaced by a 42 year old chap. The difference in tone, enjoyment and fun in the office is unreal - I actually look forward to working now
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>>39084524
I used a program Vinylmaster DSR which I use for my vinyl cutter. A free vector program that I also like is Inkscape which you can use to trace images to provide the vector. That step may not even be needed, depending on the mint you use you might be able to give them a jpeg of the art that you want and let them work their magic since they'll need to plug it in with whatever software their CNC machine will use
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>>39084375
This is honestly one of my favorites. Aputania & the Puffalo.
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>>39071535
Are we gonna make it by just stacking silver, and gold?
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>>39084375
A heads/tails concept could be cool
>Bull/Bear
>Tits and ass (fwtdhw, pepe, ??)
Or rip Bayhorse's logo. That chunk he poses with looks cozy
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>>39074149
Based as fuck.
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>>39084688
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>>39070009
my nigga
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>>39084456
What do you mean?
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>>39084618
>Inkscape
Thanks anon, I'll check it out.
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>>39084667
Buy tellurium, it has the best fundamentals right now - is cheap right now, low abundance in the crust (similar to rhodium and rhenium), is a semiconductor, can form single atom wires, used in photovoltaics.
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>>39073365
absolutely beautiful anon
lemme see Ben's face
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>>39084782
Is the ship depicted on those Cook Island coins the Bounty, which was Capitain Bligh's ship, or the Endeavor, which was perhaps the most famous of Captain Cook's ships?
Or is it just a type of ship from that era?
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>>39074149
>we're gonna fight back against the enemy by giving them everything they want
>but FASTER
accelerationists are peak retard
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>>39080968
B A S E D
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>>39084819
It's the Bounty
https://www.apmex.com/product/231472/2021-cook-islands-1-oz-silver-bounty-coin
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my first 5oz just showed up

heavy, nice feel
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>>39084904
Interesting choice for a ship on a sovereign coin, since the Bounty underwent a mutiny. But I guess it's not a British coin, so it's not as strange.
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>>39082509
Is this how I should reserve my number?
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>>39085057
correcto
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>>39084802
I'm actually going to do this lol. Just one for the lolz
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>>39078732
What does this say, I can't read French even though I'm Canadian.
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>>39085077
Th-thanks
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>>39079837
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DKRvS-C04o&ab_channel=IceAgeFarmerResources

This wasn't a meme?
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>>39083093
We need this chart for other commodities to compare the rigging
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Are Morgan prices going up in your area?
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>>39084467
Love it
>>39084375
I really want to see
7/8
1/5
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>>39085290
over 1 death lmao
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>>39085290
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>>39083422
not really

its a stock discussion IMO and has fuck all to do with the physical or even ETF market of precious metals

anyone trying to correlate stock profits of a mining company to the real time price of precious metals is either WRONG or INTENTIONALLY DISHONEST
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>>39085258
the premiums on apmex are super high
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where are the cheapies
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>>39085441
>"mining actual gold and silver ore has nothing to do with actual gold and silver. to suggest anything else is dishonest"
i don't think you understand what it means to be dishonest. and your devoid of any sense of self awareness. but then, you probably don't understand what self awareness actually is either
you must be a Democrat
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>>39084467
>Bobo 999 is upside down making it 666
>Mumu 999 is right side up, as God intended.
This is a based design.
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What's your guy's experience with buying at estate sales/auctions?
I haven't been to an estate sale before but rather just commercial auctions and I've witnessed plenty of people overpay for shit. Didn't know if it was worth the drive to check out.
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>>39085441
>not really
ive been fulltime on /pmg/ since it started. and yes, miner talk has been a welcome part of it at least since March 2020. until you autists started screeching about it a few months ago
>"free speech for me but not for thee"
thanks for showing your a Leftist Democrat at heart. be gone devil
your subversive rhetoric is not needed here.
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>>39085567
stock prices are more dependent on the individual firms ability, competing firms (via marketshare), start up and operating capital etc.

for example an energy companies stock pricing is based upon alot more than the price of fucking oil.

so the short run price (and by short run i mean within 5 year spread) price of a commodity is largely irreverent if they cant produce and compete with existing firms/production

but, call me a democrat (lol fuck both political parties, thats why i stack bitch) because i dare point out that the guys shilling mining stocks dont know what the fuck they are talking about from what i can see

im sure mining stocks can be profitable, but i would be more concerned with who is backing the project, where, how much money they have raised, where it comes from, etc.
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>>39085306
>somebody died
>ban everything
>and destroy the life of any dissenters
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>>39070355
The one on the left is half a gram of gold (£21 worth) the other two are plated. Not worth it.
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>>39085781
ya, youre still wrong

stocks =/= commodities
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Thousand take it to the street as in Turin as Italy makes Covid "green pass" mandatory for most public places.
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>>39081451
>advantages
leverage to metal prices, potential to make a lot of money even if metals crab
>disadvantages
extra risk (juniors especially are notoriously risky), taxes
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>>39085802
>stop liking what i dont like
i get it, your on a personal crusade

no one cares. stfu about it
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>>39085875
your not in charge of what /pmg/ is or isnt.
your on a personal crusade which amounts to shit flinging and cancer
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>>39085290
Not fucking again, I'm tired of this already.

>>39085306
One death per 111 cases is quite big actually. If this ratio was be true for entire population, 9009 people wound die per million.
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>>39086023
>One death per 111 cases
this does not = 1 person in 111 dead over the entire population.


learn to think
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>>39086070
I made an assumption in my post, learn to read.
I know you can't extrapolate such a small group on the entire population.
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>>39086023
its not per 111
its just 1 person
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Anyone seriously stacking Nickels? I've been stashing pre-82 Pennies, which is currently around 3x. And as I'm sitting here rolling a big bar of change, I looked it up and a $2 roll of Nickels sits at about $2.33 in nickel/copper. Is that a long play, or not worth the storage?
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>>39085998
not in charge nor do i want to be, i was proffering some good advice for any unsuspecting reader who might fall prey to the terrible advice that is >derrr, muh minors!
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>>39085104
16 square feet appartment for sell
72k.
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>>39086023
>if this ratio was true for the entire population
>N=1
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>>39086203
I collect the '04 and '05 nickels with the different reverses

considered stacking them but they're too long term a hold for the storage space i have available. plus the cost to profit ratio is abysmal comparatively, it's like 115%, where as pre-82 pennies are in the neighborhood of 300%
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>>39086136
yeah. we already know its a nothingburger
and your post was in the atypical style of left wing media hysterics for the sole purpose of sensationalist fearmongering
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>>39082471
why does his face look like shit
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>>39086575
the dimple confuses me
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>>39086023
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>>39086599
>>39086575
yea it's a bit borked, part of the reason it's a one-time run. Maybe do a revisited sculpt later
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>>39086250
we can all appreciate that, truly.
but to outright insist on banning all miner discussion is ridiculous

i dont care if i cant directly calculate the relationship between miner profitability, miner success, and actual price of bullion.
right now that just goes hand in hand with the fact that we are in clown world and we can't rely on classic fundamentals anyways.

bugger all that. by being interested in pms, i am naturally interested in miners.
though i have nothing invested in any. i still find it interesting and it would only be prudent to learn and nderstand as much as i can about them in case any happenings in the world of mining do have potential to impact my pm stacking.

so having people like panman around here sharing real world real time factual info is a big plus to /pmg/

and he has always said do your own due diligence, etc
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>>39086813
thank you! I always try to bring good material to discuss, but i am busy a lot right now.

Also /CMMG/ is probably a better place for a lot of the stuff i bring up anyway but i will continue to post material here when its appropriate.

speaking of which, this is some pretty good news I missed a week ago.
https://www.miningnewsnorth.com/story/2021/07/16/northern-neighbors/alianza-drills-3267-gt-silver-in-yukon/6889.html
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>>39085314
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1 DEATH
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>>39086144
>>39086333
Are you trying to tell me that death was not a case or what? Am I missing anything?

>>39086559
>>39086644
You fags are overreactive. All I'm saying here is that 1 death per 111 is quite big. I'm not saying this population sample is big enough to do any meaningful estimations. And yes, media coverage of anything is mostly shitposting.
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>>39087155
I sure hope the guy QQing about miner discussion is QQing even harder about flu discussion.
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>>39087278
>Miner and flu discussion in the fondle thread
>Weather control discussion in the miner thread
You can't win.
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>>39084169
>Pre-82 Nickels (99.9% Nickel)
>1982-2001 Nickels (CuNi)
>2006 Nickels (CuNi)
You can also ask to see if your bank has pennies, they technically arenmt supposed to give them to you, but they usually won't care and will give you them at face to avoid the hassle of shipping them back to the mint.
>Pre-97 Pennies (Various weights and purities of Copper)
>Non-magnetic Pennies from 1997-2012 (Copper plated Zinc)
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Should I sell my 5oz bat boi coins sine they have big premium on them, and use the money to buy 6-8 oz silver each instead? I have one in the nice box with COA with the fancy finish I can sell and flip for 10+ oz of silver.

In all its 55oz I can flip into 80oz I think.

If I do the same to all my ASE's I can net over all maybe 15% to 20% more ounces.
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>>39071459
The quantum financial system just went into effect yesterday. It has a huge effect on pm’s especially gold and silver but you didn’t hear this from me.
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>>39086437
>cost to profit ratio
Yeah, if I were buying them. Just like my penny hoard, which I sift out of my pocket change everyday, wouldn't the profit be free? But I do feel ya on the "long term storage" angle. Meh, I'll keep hunting pre-82s, but deposit the nickels along with the other fiat coinage.
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>>39087155
>1 death per 111
is a deceptive statement.
again, learn to think .
stop falling for the fearstorm media hysterics.

all it tells us is -

there were 111 "cases"
there was 1 death
there is a population of 'x'

without knowing anything about this, i would still guarantee the entire population was not involved in these numbers

so again, its not 1:111 ratio across the population.

so it really says fuck all but only serves the purpose of feeding the useful idiots more fear inducing propoganda to make them submissive
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>>39088164
>Be someone with AIDS
>Die from the first virus to come along
Zomg this delta voorus is soo dadly!
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>>39088316
>>39088164
>Meanwhile infection rate is 370% but not everyone realizes when they catch it. Again and again.
Muh transmission rates of the dadly diseez
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>>39084467
I’m gonna start spamming this image so mintanon sees it,extremely epic and very appealing to anyone involved in 4chin finance
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>>39088164
Okay, so it's actually 1 death out of 111 detected "cases" out of x infected people out of y who had a contact with the virus.
To think about it now the data really is meaningless.
Let's wait for some real data.
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>>39088463
unironically would not buy
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Greetings frens, I had another successful scrapsperging session today, scored 5.25 kilos of Pewter (Tin is currently worth $34.23/kg) for $48 and scrounged some great Sterling silver too. The $2 pair of sterling handled salad servers will yield over an Ozt of pure, the $4 pair of weighted bottom shakers not so much but they're cute, the $28 sterling tray on the scale weighs 215g ($163 melt value) and the $20 tripod compote weighs 131g but has some other metal inside the legs so will need to be broken down, probably around 80g of silver.

Not dirt cheap, but good enough for me. Happy hunting anons, the below spot silver is everywhere if you know where to look.
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>>39088612
I would buy ironically.
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I see you
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>>39088640
>the below spot silver is everywhere if you know where to look.

Evidently it doesn't always move very quickly either, the 215g tray was sitting in the thrift store case since April 13th so there probably aren't any regular silver hunters that visit. Good news for me!
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>>39088807
Damn, I like that tray. I don't want that one scrapped, I wanna fill it with mercs and marks
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>>39083769
Better than me anon. I would had bought mint sealed ase type 1. Probably only would have gotten 60 - 70oz. I just can't help myself.
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>>39087580
>It has a huge effect on pm
We'll see it in two weeks, right?
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>>39088748
Mintanon, what will the amount to fit in a standard tube, and will there be a custom pmg tube? It should be easy to do with 3d printing.
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>>39085802
Hello anon,

Might I suggest you check out a miner by the name of Bayhorse silver? Gaurenteed 50x at $40 silver. Biggest silver deposite in the pacific northwest.

Check it out
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>>39083769
Asahi are my favorite rounds so far. You did good
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>"BUY 2,000 BLLG PURE @ 0.620" No Trading Permission, Customer Ineligible; Ineligibility reasons: No opening trades: PURE microcap
>IBKR will only accept transfers of U.S. Microcap stocks from Eligible Clients. Eligible Clients include accounts that: (1) maintain equity (pre or post-transfer) of at least $5 million or, clients of financial advisors with aggregate assets under management of at least $20 million; and (2) have less than half of their equity in U.S. Microcap Stocks.
mfw i have to be rich to get rich.

anon's what ratio do you stack Platinum?
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Half of Australia in lockdown because an 80 year old died.
How do i profit form this?
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>>39089127
Long toilet paper.
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>>39088932
I'll look in to custom tubes, thanks!
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>>39084802
Give us a linky to buy a bar
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>>39089127
>get vaccinated
>https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-07-22/two-deaths-linked-to-covid-astrazeneca-vaccine-victoria-tasmania/100313344

ausfrens, i think if the USD eats shit (it will) the AUD will remain relatively stable vs Silver because we dont have the same inflationary pressures. i'm still buying but not expectin big gains. what are you acquiring as a hedge against the silver hedge?
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>>39088316
i go for max cringe when confronted with the covidiots. i always fudge the number of dead, say i think its 800K dead last year from corona. i get corrected by the smarty pants; and then i remember that 800,000 is the number of abortions performed every year in this country........right or left of the aisle doesnt matter, everyone gets this look of disgust in their face :)

so ya, the amount dead from covid....those are rookie numbers. i like my pandemics to be way, way more virulent before i freak the fuck out
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>>39087328
>that id
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>>39087569
>Meme numa
Sell
>ASE
Hold
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>>39074515
>>39063952

>>39073527
That's not me. Uranium is a gamble imo. It comes down entirely to people like the sprott trust buying up the supply artificially rather than through real demand. There is someone else talking about PEN, but it's not because PEN makes any money or produces any uranium, it's just speculating that someone will buy your PEN bags for a higher price. It might work out really well, and that guy might get his 10x, but it isn't value investing so I'm staying away.

>>39089349
I used to think this but actually the AUD might really go down with the USD ship. Lowe is determined not to raise rates before 2024, has doubled down on yield curve control, and his actions are backing up his words. Click 25Y on this chart.
https://tradingeconomics.com/australia/central-bank-balance-sheet
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>>39080968
I feel like a retard for only buying 1 of these. Is there any way to get another for my girlfriend? She lurks here but doesn't post.
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>>39089728
You have to buy it on the third party market. I think there is another person with 21 apu's, but I hold the lionshare with 31 apu's. I already told an anon here that I will trade 1 apu for some silver. If you want to strike a deal, send an offer.
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>>39089772
I'd be willing to trade you crypto or silver. What would you ask for 1 of those?
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>>39089860
Are you a burgerfag? If so, we can arrange a meetup for trading silver for silver. If not, we can discuss crypto with a 2x premium vs silver trade.
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>>39089772
I could also stick a sharpie in her ass if that's more your speed.
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>>39087580
Could you explain please.
What is the quantum financial system?
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>>39089587
well we're fucked
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>>39089912
I am, I live in Montana. Do you ask for shipping reasons or would you want to actually meet in person? I travel to the West coast all the time
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>>39089981
It is to meet up in person. We can discuss this on telegram or proton mail if you would like. We can discuss price and general date later. I want to do sales like this to PMG before normies find it and scalpel prices to high heaven on ebay.
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>>39084855
Things have to get worse before they can get better. Accelerationism ACCELERATE!!!!!!
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>>39089981
If you want proof I have them, once we set up contact & I get them in person. I will send a photo of them with pmg with it.
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>>39090027
That's awesome. I just made a protonmail. sangridelbow@protonmail.com
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>>39089922
Essentially it’s perfect contracting, it turns all written grammatical language into a math problem. Basically it gets rid of the need for lawyers and it forces banking faggots to be honest. You’ll understand over the coming decade what I’m talking about as the shills get less and less money to shill against it. Formula as follows, (1+2=3*3-2=1), (2x3=6*6/3=2)
Now you go through the document you syntax and identify all the verbs, nouns, adverbs because each have a corresponding value which can be plugged into the aforementioned formula basically making all language into a math problem which gets rid many contracting issues. It’s next level stuff, it’s the reason why they are saying math is racist because they still need an ignorant underclass to harvest for the court systems.
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250:1
paper silver to real silver
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>>39080968
Imagine missing out because you were worried about getting rugged for $50 kek.
Holy fuck mintBro it’s beautiful.
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>>39090553
Is that the other side of the new Apu coin?
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>>39089461
Based. I'm 100% going to do this and pretend I'm original and there's nothing you can do to stop me. Just how a functional vacciene is fantasy and is perfectly suited to fudged common cold figures being used to supposrt a fake plandemic.
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Test
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>>39090624
No, Thats a queens virtues, “victory”. The other side of the apu says PMG, looks similar to an Asahi.
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>>39075904
Why not buy rolls of pre-1964 dimes and quarters?
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Rolling for apu, if MintBro see’s this.
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>>39082471
why is the face raise higher than the helmet? should be the reverse.
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>>39087569
my only regret in life is not buying batbois
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>>39089922

After WW3 and the collapse the quantum financial system will be used to allow the antichrist and his minions to pose as 'white hats'. It'll be integrated with the new world religion which will be seeded during the next ecumenical council in 2025.

Don't take the new passport. Don't take the new documents. Reject all the new identification paperwork and return it to the offices it came from. Don't attend the concerts. Don't watch any of it on TV. And don't take the mark.

Screencap this silver chads. I guarantee you I'm right.
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>>39086310
57 sq ft (so perhaps about 7 ft by 8 ft) for $85,000 in yuropoor money.
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I mostly lurk but from all my research here I just stack Mercury dimes and a few ASEs.

Wear-wise, across 500 merc dimes, there is a loss of about 6 coins worth of silver. Not nearly as much as I expected.

Also, there is historical evidence that leads me to believe 10oz and 1kilo bars are simply too big. If for whatever reason it is no longer as easy to convert back to fiat, then the big bars become a new problem to solve.

When there was a coin shortage in the late 1700s, people chopped up spanish silver dollars into pieces of 8 with hammer and chisel.

Long story short I think god tier is 1oz 999 and merc dimes, and it okay as long as you dont count them and rub them together everyday.
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>>39085567
>>39085781
bro you're unironically "DEMONRAAATS!!!!" posting, tell me how I know you're a boomer that watches Ben Shapiro
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>>39091449
dont forget quarters
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>>39091449
trade kilo bars of silver for 1 oz of gold when their prices match. kilo silver is just discounted 1 oz gold right now.
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>>39070550
I'm telling mum that you're posting cringe again...
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>>39091449
>Long story short I think god tier is 999 merc dimes, as long as you rub them together everyday.
I agree, fondle frens are comfy
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>>39091449
>I mostly lurk but from all my research here I just stack Mercury dimes and a few ASEs.

Good taste. I loved buying Mercs for 20x or less face value from eBay before the silver squeeze. Not possible now. Mercs are by far my favorite way to stack.
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just got this pic sent to me from a mate wandering through Sandon BC today. Looks like a lot of activity at Klondike Silver's mill site. To bad they are such fuck ups, Sandon deserves better.
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And a nice shot of Sandon's famous galena. I need to head back down that way some time, you can never have enough ore from that region.
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>39091380
Think what you want but I’ve taken a real deep dive on the real information and mechanics of the new system. The most important aspect is people be taught how to properly read and write but most importantly speak not just babble.
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>>39091674
U liek mercs?
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>>39091662
;*
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>>39091814
I was just asking myself the other day why I didn’t get a saiga.
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>>39091748
Can you explain what that is PanMan?
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>>39069928
Is 935 USD a good price for a 1 kilo silver bar?
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>>39092043
Yes
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>>39091892
I bought it right before the ban, paying a little more than I wanted to, and a day hasn't passed where I regret a single moment of owning it
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>>39091993
its a lump of galena, the primary metallic sulfide ore of silver. Its also a major source for lead and zinc. The main metal that the 500 mines of Sandon were after was silver, in this blue gray ore. Its hard to say exactly how much silver came out of the Lost City of Sandon, but some estimates place it at almost 50 million ounces. The ores still sitting there in the mines at Sandon, but no one has come back for it yet.
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>>39091600
You might need a new mag anon
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>>39070550
>tin stacking
my fucking sides
unirionically will be worth more than gold to nicotine goblins when shtf
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>>39091748
nice chunk of ore.
a little surprised at the crystalline structure.
neat.
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>>39091662
>>39091600
Herrrrrro
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>>39092591
"small cubed" galena is preferred as the smaller each cube, the more metallic content within the ore. This goes for most sulfide ores, especially when dealing with gold and silver.
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Some OC
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First year gardening, what’s PMG growing?

>>39092292
It’s really neat looking, I should have gone into mining after the oil fields.
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>>39092685
and this is why i come here.
always learning new stuff.
so that's really good ore then?
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>>39092791
Jalapenos and habaneros and thai chilies


Quick question; I found a 1963 Canada dollar in a relative's old change. How much is that worth today in ameribucks? I got a variety of answers via ebay and google, so I figured I'd ask the real authority: random shitposters on a pakistani triptyque appreciation forum
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>>39092724
well done fren
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>>39092791
what a coincidence, i am taking apart my tower garden tonight. I was growing jalapeno and bell peppers on it until everything died a few days ago. Not sure what did my poor plants in but i ll give the tower a good scrub and start over.
Also, pic related is all thats left of the Noble Five mill, you can visit it at Cody, just above Sandon from Slocan City or from the other side at Kaslo BC through the "highway of ghosts". Retallic and Zincton are also amazing ghost towns to visit on the way up.
>>39092815
yep, pretty good stuff, but not as good as the stuff dumped in town at Sandon, there used to be a whole street covered in black metallic concentrate material but i think someones cleaned that up more recently.
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>>39092933
ready when you are
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>>39092964
Rekt. What picture didn't you choose?
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>>39093013
i ll post
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New thread here!
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>>39093040
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>>39082471
Literally, a proper shitcoin for /biz/. Highly appropriate.



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