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Old 11-14-2010, 12:21   #221
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Down about $3 from the high water mark....

Still fairly high though, considering where it came from.
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Old 11-14-2010, 14:04   #222
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Down about $3 from the high water mark....

Still fairly high though, considering where it came from.

Like any asset they go up, and down daily, but the trend is still higher.
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Old 11-14-2010, 14:17   #223
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Like any asset they go up, and down daily, but the trend is still higher.
I'll be looking to see if it gets to $40-$50 by New Years as predicted.

Or even $30.
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Old 11-15-2010, 14:43   #224
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I'll be looking to see if it gets to $40-$50 by New Years as predicted.

Or even $30.

Well the rest of the World doesn't seem real happy that Obama is trying to save his Presidency by printing more money. It will go up.
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Old 11-15-2010, 15:20   #225
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Old 11-15-2010, 15:32   #226
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Old 11-15-2010, 22:13   #227
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Well the rest of the World doesn't seem real happy that Obama is trying to save his Presidency by printing more money. It will go up.
Didn't he get turned down by the rest of the world to buy the debt, and that is why the fed is monetizing it? Because no one would buy it? Not sure it has anything to do with "Saving his Presidency"...

If the rest of the world turned us down then my take is the rest of the world can eat it.

BTW, I am NO fan of Obama, but this leans into patriotism in my book.
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:06   #228
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Dang how much are they going to be printing? Last dozen times I've gone to the bank for cash my 20's have all bee sequentially numbered and all my 1's as well. Bank teller complained to me the damn things stick together too easily.
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:21   #229
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I was reading an article that said that the banks are finally starting to release some of the trillions of funny money into the M1 supply. The article stated that the m1 supply is up by 7% after being flat/down for a LONG time, and the velocity of money is starting to kick up. (no I didn't actually independently confirm the numbers in the article)

We haven't seen much consumer inflation yet because:

1) The banks were holding the money
2) The manufacturers and retailers were "eating" some of the increases

But now, if it is true the money is being injected into the m1 supply, added to the recent announcements by manufacturers and retailers that they can no longer absorb the cost increases, and will be passing them along, expect to see inflation start heating up.
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Dang how much are they going to be printing? Last dozen times I've gone to the bank for cash my 20's have all bee sequentially numbered and all my 1's as well. Bank teller complained to me the damn things stick together too easily.

Never thought about it but you are right. Most of the money going around seems to be the new 'Obama bucks.'
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Old 11-17-2010, 21:40   #231
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Either last year or the year before...around this time...wasn't Silver around 1/3 of what it is today in relation to the USD? Just something I was thinking about. I remember that I thought about buying it, out of the blue one day, and it turned out I missed the lowest price in a long time by about two weeks. At that time I figured I would just wait until it came back down a point or two to jump in. Well that never happened. So I lost interest and just kept buying guns/ammo. Then by the time I got back in the game it had risen to around 16-18. So I bought some. It was bought with disposable income and it wasn't much, but today I'm glad I did it. I just wish I would have bought when it was 11 instead of 17-ish.

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Old 11-17-2010, 23:41   #232
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Either last year or the year before...around this time...wasn't Silver around 1/3 of what it is today in relation to the USD? Just something I was thinking about. I remember that I thought about buying it, out of the blue one day, and it turned out I missed the lowest price in a long time by about two weeks. At that time I figured I would just wait until it came back down a point or two to jump in. Well that never happened. So I lost interest and just kept buying guns/ammo. Then by the time I got back in the game it had risen to around 16-18. So I bought some. It was bought with disposable income and it wasn't much, but today I'm glad I did it. I just wish I would have bought when it was 11 instead of 17-ish.

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It did dip massively for a little bit. In mid-late 2008 it dove from 18 down to about 10.
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Old 11-18-2010, 04:57   #233
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I mean seriously? If they can do it...why not do it all the time? Why not create perpetual prosperity?
Was this not the promise of the Fed, BB?
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Old 11-18-2010, 13:47   #234
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Found me a 1964 dime in my change from lunch today......I didn't think that would ever happen again.

Just wanted to share....
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Found me a 1964 dime in my change from lunch today......I didn't think that would ever happen again.

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Worthless. Expired. Put it in a vending machine somewhere.
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Old 11-18-2010, 14:34   #236
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I just looked at a quote. Up $1.32 (over 5%) so far today at $26.99.

Anybody near me want to buy a green box (500 silver eagles) at spot price? Or trade me 10 oz. of gold for it?

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Old 11-18-2010, 15:41   #237
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Found me a 1964 dime in my change from lunch today......I didn't think that would ever happen again.

Just wanted to share....
Someones coin collection got riped-off
and the Bastauge just spent it for face value.

You're most likely to find such things in vending and automatic change dispensing machines, though.

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Old 11-18-2010, 17:13   #238
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Worthless. Expired. Put it in a vending machine somewhere.
Seeing what the "junk bags" go for today, I could kick myself for not saving all the ones I would find from when I was a kid.....there were a lot more floating around back then. Too bad I would only look for them as a novelty and then spend them again anyway.
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Found two more today from the same Subway....a 1951 and 1957. On a roll baby.
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