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  1. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    If you can get it! coininvest look the best bet for us eurozone inhabitants. I see libertads are the same price as phillies now, £12.29 (inc. VAT) spot = £6.60
  2. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    Coincidentally, around the time you posted this, the implications of the Feds decision to Purchase U.S. Commercial Paper hit the $ http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter
  3. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    time for a song.... http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=GWAC4UeWGd0 btw, for the nerds amongst you this song was ripped off mercilessly years later
  4. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    The KING of currencies ps. Platinum might be the queen (belatedly), whilst silver is a frisky mistress!
  5. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    India gold eases, but buyers eye more falls http://in.reuters.com/article/businessNews...06?rpc=401& "Silver is seeing good demand however as it has fallen much more than gold."
  6. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    platinum took a whack of its highs as well - silver rallying though. Does anyone have a au/ag ratio 'marker' when they will start buying ag?
  7. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    http://www.usagold.com/live.html needs java
  8. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    big lift in platinum there
  9. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    going up
  10. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    the people may think that but the Fed/Treasury set the agenda
  11. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    If it's physical and you want to sell it at up to 25%+ spot please pm me
  12. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    I am listening to schiff at the mo and he tackles this via a couple of questions from buyers of his funds http://www.europac.net/media/PeterSchiff_10-01-2008.mp3 now in fairness they are talking about utility companies but I think the same answers would apply. fwiw, I don't have juniors so I respect your pov given the performance of the 2 you still own.
  13. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    Yes - that's twice now ker has called it very well in as many weeks (provided it doesn't go lower!) can someone tell me where I can buy physical silver in small units at $11-12oz ?! the 1000oz bars are just a bit too big for me!
  14. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    someone wake me up if we fall past £450/oz http://www.goldpreciousmetals.com/charts_historic_gbp.asp swings & roundabouts. impressed with platinum today, it hasn't really gone below Tuesdays lows, keeping my eye on this one
  15. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    Send the coins in small quantities AIRMAIL + INSURED to your destination address prior to leaving. I sent some coins yesterday to China using Royal Mail Overseas 'signed for' + extra insurance. Most countries will have similar systems. Alternatively, do you have any family in the UK to 'hold' the coins for you?
  16. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    at what point does platinum become a complete steal?!
  17. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    posted in it's entirety here: http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index.php?showtopic=4451
  18. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2008/oc...nking.economics There's gold in them thar' shops: the rush is on Tucked away beside the ornate entrance of the Savoy hotel in London are the discreet premises of ATS Bullion. Over the last few days staff there have witnessed an unprecedented phenomenon: queues. The customers are wary savers looking to build their own solution to the global financial crisis and the parlous state of the banking system. They are buying gold. "There has been enormous demand," said Sandra Conway, managing director at ATS, one of the UK's leading gold coin and bar merchants. "There are very few sellers of physical gold and we have actually had queues of people today." The world's makers of gold bars and gold coins are running flat out to try to keep up with this surge in demand, but stocks are dwindling, especially of Krugerrands. Named after Paul Kruger, who led the Boer resistance to the British at the turn of the 19th century, the coins were first minted in South Africa in 1967. Although it was illegal to import them into the UK during the 1970s and 1980s because of apartheid, they have become one of the most widely circulated gold coins in the world. But the £547 coins are becoming more scarce as investors snap them up. As a result, the Rand Refinery is now operating seven days a week, as is the Austrian mint, which produces the popular Vienna Philharmonic coin. The US Mint, responsible for ensuring an adequate supply of American coinage since 1792, has been forced to halt sales of its American Buffalo solid 24 carat gold coin because it was running out of supplies. It is also limiting the availability of its 22 carat American Eagle alternative. Canny investors had also noticed that both one ounce coins cost less than an ounce of gold on the open market at the time, making them incredibly tempting to anyone looking to make a quick return. Having broken through the $1,000 barrier earlier in the year, the gold price has retreated slightly and is now trading at around $880 an ounce. The 2007 American Eagle one ounce coin, however, was going for $789.95 while the 2006 Buffalo coin cost $800 - offering the potential for an instant return of $80-$90.
  19. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    delusional ramblings from Realisttwit: http://forum.globalhousepricecrash.com/ind...=41580&st=0 As for gold. I no longer believe it will crash to $500. I believe it will drop to $300-$400. When? When it has sunk into enough financial pundits heads that the 20-50 trillion $$$ that has been spent on the global bubble will have huge implications that will lead to severe deflation, perhaps for a generation. I also forecast a commodities collapse many months before the metals began to drop because it was obvious to me that the global HPCs would cause recession/depression and a huge drop off in demand--even in China.
  20. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    There's always this little ditty: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=UBZSTrlcylU
  21. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    Hello again I read what she had to say: .../... London, 30 September 2008 - Buying of physical gold in London has reached unprecedented levels as investors, still reeling from the demise of banking giants Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch, look to safeguard their wealth, the Managing Director of a leading gold bullion and coin dealer said Tuesday. "The problem over the last two-to-three weeks is availability. There’s an enormous demand from private buyers and very little (gold) in the market," Sandra Conway, Managing Director of ATS Bullion Ltd told TheBullionDesk.com. Interest is up five-fold on month-ago levels, Conway said, and investors are buying in much larger quantities. Now, buys are frequently worth $250,000-$500,000, up from investments of $100,000-$200,000. .../.... But how much do these 'big buyers' apply to silver. Granted, the 100oz bars are for Comex etc., but I would still maintain that an 'up the chain' demand will prevail. Time will tell of course.
  22. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    sorry, but can you point me in the right direction of what the ATS lady said - thanks
  23. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    SILVER

    It is interesting that you point this out lardoon. I have thought about this but most of my thoughts are disjointed and point to no outcome. The fact remains that small silver coinage / bullion is still hard to get and/or selling way over spot. Will the price of small coinage / bullion come down when refiners can handle this demand? Is there a lack of buyers of the 1000oz bars because most of the small coin / bullion buyers are priced out? Will we see an 'up the chain' demand reach the 1000oz bars , such that they will be the next silver item (the last!) to disappear from Kitco's inventory. I'm going to stick my neck out here and go for the latter (to the howls of derision from the ag bashers!). We shall see in the coming months, but note the 1000oz bars are the only silver bullion products kitco sells now and they are the largest, coincidence?
  24. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    kitco doing 1oz plat eagles for under £600 - but I don't know what p&p+insurance (+tax?) will be?
  25. HPCsoYESTERDAY

    GOLD

    platinum being spanked like a naughty child
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