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  1. marmite

    GOLD

    looking good for a four figure afternoon fix in £ First time @ £1000
  2. Hello...I love Marmite on toast!

  3. marmite

    GOLD

    The thing that concerns me is that if I had bought property in 1998 and rode the bull all through the heady days of 2006, missed the top and sold today. I would still stand to receive substancial returns. The housing market is like a huge oil tanker and takes years to slow, stop and reverse. What I am not so sure on is the speed that commodity markets slow, stop and reverse. ( yes, yes I know GIM etc ) Knowing / planning when to " jump ship " certainly is turning into a burden for me. It would be a shame to join the bull early only to exit just when its getting exciting. Likewise no one wants to ride the wave all the way up and down ( probably adding further to my position on the way down ) In everyway I agree with all here that the peak is probably years off, but it doesn't stop me questioning my reasoning.
  4. marmite

    GOLD

    Exactly. I think well I could sell a portion and that would mean the remaining portion is in affect free, but what would I do with the money. I have no other choise but to ride the bull.
  5. marmite

    GOLD

    This is trully going to be a testing time for all of us, when the bull starts bucking can we stay aboard. I have to ask myself am I prepared to ride it up to £1100 then see the drop to £890 ???? Am I staying with the herd or am " I " the herd ?? At what point do I exit ?? Maybe I should have answered that question when I entered @ £300......Oh I did.....£500, no hold on longer....£700, no hold on longer.....£800, ok sell some ( only 5 - 10% ) and buy back lower......Dammm it, its still going up..........Ok, sell @ £900, oh missed that, never mind still going up will hang in there.................................... When will this madness end :-)
  6. marmite

    GOLD

    I have not seen this posted here. Tescos are doing cash4gold https://www.tescogoldexchange.com/
  7. marmite

    GOLD

    £9 short of £900, looking strong today What is causing this current weakness in the £ ??? We had 1.60 all last week, but now down to 1.55
  8. marmite

    GOLD

    Up $17 right out of the traps. Could be a interesting day
  9. marmite

    GOLD

    new York has woken up with a slam dunk
  10. marmite

    GOLD

    Did anyone catch what the special was ?? I logged in at 10am London time and it was gone !!!!!!!!!!!
  11. marmite

    GOLD

    HEADS UP - CID will be doing a Gold special offer on saturday morning Any gueses what it will be ??? Maybe a 2010 nugget or 2010 krug or will it be a 2009 1/4 mexican liberted
  12. marmite

    GOLD

    "Lansing said that anyone considering using this facility should factor in the cost of holding a London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) account, which is the required recipient of the redeemed gold. He said: ‘There are additional costs in moving the investment grade gold into an account and form that an investor can conveniently hold.’ " It looks like there are additional costs above the £750. I think we will see more and more people take delivery in the future.
  13. marmite

    GOLD

    If this story is true, someone is paying a huge premuim too have physical delivery. The question is why ??? Maybe he has spent too much time over at GIM " if you dont hold it, you dont own it "
  14. marmite

    GOLD

    ETF investor turns paper into gold bullion for the first time http://m.citywire.co.uk/wealth-manager/etf...st-time/a439461
  15. marmite

    GOLD

    London has woken up
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