Yeah thanks live will heed you advice... why should one reduce one's self to their level with taunt n' tease. Off to iggy land they go.
Sounds like my local bank... it doesn't pay interest and
every time one turns around there is a new or hidden fee and/or violation charges. Even when makes a withdrawal via an ATM as many as 3 institutions each charge a fee including the local bank for the withdrawal of one's own money. Too Funny.
If one stores $25.00 in a local bank for the next 10 years one will find its still $25.00 whose purchasing power has dwindled to $10 or $12 bucks...
While with the utmost confidence if one had bought a one ounce silver coin 10 years ago for the same $25.00 it will probably be worth $50 or more.
if the bank were to pay interest that interest will taxed however as my coin appreciates over time it will unlikely be taxed. If one stores silver over a long time it may be classified as an heirloom and am sure my heirs will appreciate my business savvy.
Hey stock am just guessing but maybe thats why gold and silver was up in most currencies....
Haven't all 3 currencies been engaged in a race to debase?
Interpretation: the engagement of lip service as in lock lips and swap spit.....
snide socio #$%$ that they are vulgar vultures.
sizzle shorts as pseudo settles and silver soars...
monkeyboy proffers monkeymom for pared proxy paper.... all for $22.80 tip included?
monkeyboy's keep it in the family escort service....
Why do Shorts come off as sociopathic morally bankrupted lowlifes?
His statement wreaks of insensitivity for one... trying to game a tragedy to your advantage Huh!
US Silver Eagle sales to date for April 2,215,000 ounces. Sales of another 400,000 ounces breaks all records for April and all records for the first 4 months of any calendar year.
Yes the Mint has suddenly become remiss in its reporting of Coin Sales. To me it seems to be a desperate act of suppression in an attempt to hide actual demand for physical metals.
Buyers of Metal are certainly thinking long term and most likely view even severe drops as buy opportunities. Just my thinking.
Yes 83,000 Gold Eagles have been sold beating both Feb & Mar 2013 monthly Totals.
Sales of Silver Eagles (16,438,000 ounces) have tied or broken all records for the first four months of the year.... and there is another 14 days remaining in April.
It seems the only thing that can upset the Mint's Record Breaking Sales Trends... would be a shortage of Metal.
1) Don't Sell
2) Buy if you can
These two steps forces the Short into competitive bidding for scarce Shares that could in theory drive Share price or Product Higher.
aapmex has of this moment 74 tubes of silver maple leafs and some of those tubes are from 1 remaining monster box.
Silver eagles are showing 174 tubes...
P,S. The two cities phila and boston both have millions of dollars to this date left over from ben franklins will... and both cities have decided to honor franklins wishes as to how the monies should be spent.
Well am guessing it depends on your time horizon if you really think about it... Silver crashed during the 70's Hunt era and it took years to recover.... also you need to consider investment costs to date and your willingness to dollar cost average - some say silver could drop to $18.00
For me? Am in this for the real long term... had been collecting physical and the ETF SLV since $18.00 unloaded SLV at $26.00 (when I became convinced it was a sham operation) and have been buying on a regular basis up to $32.00 But my holdings are going into a Trust for Future generations so I refer to it as the The Family Legacy Fund. So for that very reason I welcome this discount in silver and will continue to add to the Family Fund on a regular basis for years or until nominal interest rates exceed (real) inflation by at least 3%.
Ben Franklin sort of did the same thing with his money and willed it to philadelphia and boston and dictated its uses for the next 200 years after that the cities could do whatever they wanted because he couldn't see that far into the future.