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  1. sash777

    GOLD

    Activity of the past couple of days has been a nightmare for me - had an offer accepted on a house a couple of weeks ago and have been looking to average out on Gold (the vast majority of my deposit is in Gold & Silver). Bad timing!
  2. sash777

    UK House prices: News & Views

    Interesting article from an (ex) Goldman Sachs employee in today's NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/14/opinion/why-i-am-leaving-goldman-sachs.html?_r=3&hp
  3. sash777

    UK House prices: News & Views

    Anyone seen CGNAO lately? Not been lurking as much lately but whenever I have been, haven't noticed any posts by him... would love to hear his opinion on where we are right now.
  4. sash777

    GOLD

    £945 is out - touching £949. £1000 by the end of June?
  5. sash777

    GOLD

    To be a bit more specific, I'm thinking of using http://www.taxfreegold.co.uk/index.html - all feedback appreciated. Sash777
  6. sash777

    GOLD

    Who do you guys buy your coins from? Looking to sink some of my none-GM cash into any Sovereigns or Brittania's I can get my hands on.
  7. sash777

    GOLD

    I'm 50% in Gold and Silver, 50% in Sterling - started buying metals 2yrs ago andvery glad I did. May bite the bullet an go all in... I'm talking GoldMoney here, I've no physical.
  8. sash777

    GOLD

    are you averaging in right now DS? Same situation here, I can't bring myself to buy at these levels though - even though I keep telling myself it's the sensible move!
  9. sash777

    GOLD

    If your definition of Hyper-Inflation is exponential money printing then are you not saying that the UK entered Hyperinflation at around the same time? Not wanting to open up the whole definitions argument again, just wanting to make sure I read that message as it was intended, as clearly the US is not experiencing price inflation yet.
  10. Are you still accumulating at these prices RH or have you still got that little bag of dry powder?
  11. Buy-to-let lasted far longer than anyone expected and a lot of people made small fortunes. Or would have, if they'd got out at the right time. That's the key - and I've seen nothing to suggest that the time to be out of the market isn't a very very long way off for PMs. I find it interesting that for months now we've been reading all the articles, watching the fundamentals, posting rockets, discussing what will send Gold beyond $1000, $1100, $1200 - and when it actually looks like it's happening we all seem stunned by just how aggressive and fast the move up has been.
  12. sash777

    GOLD

    One part of me wants to say 3, one part of me wants to say 5.
  13. sash777

    GOLD

    Typical, we came into some long-awaited funds (Sell to Let) on Monday and after months of trying I've managed to convince the wife to put her savings into metals too. Are people still buying at these prices or waiting for further pullbacks? (I'm buying in GBP). Part of me wants to average in, part of me wants to go in feet first, and the other part wants to wait til Jan. For the record, I already have a core position in Gold + Silver.
  14. sash777

    GOLD

    Pardon my ignorance, but could someone run through exactly what this chart is showing and what 'External Debt Equilibrium' is. I've seen this on Approximity a few times but can't for the life of me get my head around it. Layman's terms?
  15. sash777

    GOLD

    Just touched £688.05, been a big push upwards in virtually all currencies this evening. Very very close - and as someone else said - £ is much higher against $ than it was in Feb.
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