No kidding...I think US and international finance and currency interactions is extremely complex. National and international investment pro's make their best bets, and don't get it right. Yet we have posters hear who have it all figured out.
But we have a nation who think they they can predict football games too....and have good track records when they do their post game analysis.
I agree, you dunno.
I suggest you check out the reference I posted. You might get on the correct band wagon that large scale farming practices should be modified...and that the GMO witch burning fixation might actually be distracting from the true sustainabilty issues we all face. But most people fixate on symptoms, and not root problems...human nature I guess.
I found what I think is a fairly balanced discussion on GMO, and GMO labeling as I looked on line for information on bee colony collapse.
search the term "Sick Bees – Part 18E: Colony Collapse Revisited – Genetically Modified Plants"
it is on a website called scientificbeekeeping.
aren't taxapprasiers GMO modified compared to other humans ?
you are a leader in posting trite messages parrotting over used financial buzz words of the day.
I suspect investing based on social/political dissatisfaction has not treated you kindly. You shouldn't take those Prepper shows to literally. I think prepping is a fine hobby, but open the hatch and take a breath of fresh air once in a while.
you sound well versed in MPL's (and maybe REIT) investments and taxes. I have some of each, both in IRA and not. My question relatest to non retirement accounts and is simply do they tend to issue the K1 (and 1099 for REIT's) in a timely manner (end of Jan to early feb) ?
Thanks in advance
not a clue. I am not sure if companies typically issue PR's for such events ?? For that matter I didn't see much PR associated with why the halted trading (other than the obvious issue TRIT announced the day before)
My only concern with big coin sales is it is almost all small retailer buyers....and historically they are the last ones in major market moves up, not leaders. It will be interesting to see the Silver Institute's 2013 annual supply and demand report.
Another very informative report I came across concerning global investment performance long term is the Credit Sussie Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2012. For those that are interested in long term comparisons of all investment types....this will give hours of good bathroom reading :) Quite techie, but if you wade through it you might get a differrent perspectitve on how to invest for long term returns.
I see some coins I ordered shipped today...whew, they are to be christams gifts and I didn't want them to not get here.
Happy Holidays !!
I know the answer....it doesn't consistently do that...if it did there would be a huge price difference by now.
Altermativley, try exploiting the difference, and let us know your experience.
you kids must not have seen much of the world yet if you think that is the best. I would hazard a guess you would do better shorting the general market. Track both and monitor your performance.
good post...never quite know what to make of sells. On one hand I see his previous sells and how much up it moved after he sold. But that is a lot of shares. I think I will keep what I have...I traded in and out over the last year and the shares I have are profit.
I think since they are a newbie to you also, you should give them some details about why you don't believe they are "legit"
, my bad.....thanks, I have so many items on my Yahoo finance screen some of them I miss.
I looked at my provident account and noticed I bought 4 times in 2013. Many of them I gave out as gifts (birthdays and some for christmas) . Personally I go for the 10 oz bars, plus some older coins (US and AU so far)
never mind, I searched it up. imo, always a good idea to cite sources of information. Seems it was based on US and the Perth mint data, and a guesstimate for Canada.
I doubt it...but good luck if you are heavy into them. I'll stay the diversified course, that has enough volatility for this old coot.
hey...how about having this discussion at your xmas dinner...friends and family are likely use to it...don't like it, but are use to it.
If you think the last 8 years would have not resulted in trillions in debt no matter who was the president..while it likely explains you much.
that wisdom is why your financial advice is so in demand down at the tavern.