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Old 11-09-2010, 08:02   #201
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What are your thoughts on numismatic coins at the moment? Know some people pushing those, but I was thinking just "regular" Eagles would be the way to go right now...
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:40   #202
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What are your thoughts on numismatic coins at the moment? Know some people pushing those, but I was thinking just "regular" Eagles would be the way to go right now...
No guarantee you will get those high premiums you paid when/if you sell. Stick to bullion.
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Old 11-09-2010, 09:20   #203
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Eagles are the way to go, IMO.

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Old 11-09-2010, 09:23   #204
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Silver is far outpacing gold at this point. Which is to be expected as the gold/silver ratio has been skewed toward gold for a long time.

At this point silver at $35 is likely within a year, easily. $40 isn't that crazy. OTOH, it seems to be wildly overbought right now. If it goes much higher I am going to sell some off.

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Old 11-09-2010, 09:24   #205
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Old 11-09-2010, 10:47   #206
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Silver is far outpacing gold at this point. Which is to be expected as the gold/silver ratio has been skewed toward gold for a long time.

At this point silver at $35 is likely within a year, easily. $40 isn't that crazy. OTOH, it seems to be wildly overbought right now. If it goes much higher I am going to sell some off.
$30 by Friday. $40-$50 by January 1st.

Silver overbought? You are talking in terms of "normal" fundamental market analysis. Silver price has been suppressed for so long, it is only now starting to return to it's historic value against gold (15:1)...$90-$100 or so at today's gold price. Silver could well "overshoot" to double that.

These markets (stock, bond, currency, commodity) have been manipulated for years by the Wall Street criminals (JPM, HSBC, CITI group, GS, and our own government). Their crooked entreprise is beginning to collapse. They are running scared and will ultimately lose.


EDIT: Did I say Friday?

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Old 11-09-2010, 12:12   #207
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I like current issue coins and I am pro silver too.
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Old 11-09-2010, 12:16   #208
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As of 1314 the price of silver is $29.23

In a little over 5 hours since my last post it has gone up almost a dollar..... in 5 hours....

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Old 11-09-2010, 14:31   #209
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As of 1314 the price of silver is $29.23

In a little over 5 hours since my last post it has gone up almost a dollar..... in 5 hours....



6 months ago I said IF silver hit $23.00 I was going to dump it all. Well then my goal was $25, now $30. At this point I think I will sit on it till it slides BACK to $23.00.
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THIS is the thinking of someone who wasn't smart enough to jump on the band wagon LONG ago. Oh well. Someone ALWAYS has to be left behind.
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What if you already have LOADS of that essential stuff and need someplace to put the rest of your wealth? What will you use once the SHTF has subsided and things return to relative calm, but all fiat currencies are wiped out? Ignore 5,000 years of history? Good luck.
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The smackdown cometh...your tax dollars at work.
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Old 11-09-2010, 16:26   #212
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The last two days smack of market manipulation somewhere. But what do I know.
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$5 a gallon fuel by March?
sounds like a bet
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What are your thoughts on numismatic coins at the moment? Know some people pushing those, but I was thinking just "regular" Eagles would be the way to go right now...

I have always figured dimes and eagles were best.

For our purposes the point is to get the metal in a form that is easily recognized and at a (relatively) small value per each for small purchases, lack of change being returned, etc.
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I was already in the market and made my money...then got out while the getting was good...and it was good luck, thanks. Now retired and living the dream...and ready for whatever comes...

That's why I LOVE this site. EVERYONE is a retired at 30, multi millionaire/former S.E.A.L./Medal Of Honor winner/Olympic Gold Medalist/rock star.
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Old 11-09-2010, 20:09   #216
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LOL! Hope inflation doesn't eat him up on his fixed retirement income!
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That sums it up nicely!
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Old 11-12-2010, 10:44   #219
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Anyone interested in some brand new 2010 Eagles? I've got 80 I may be willing to part with for a fair price
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Old 11-12-2010, 16:00   #220
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Anyone interested in some brand new 2010 Eagles? I've got 80 I may be willing to part with for a fair price

I'll give ya face value.
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