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Perfect! Please tell us where on Ebay or elsewhere you will soon sell this below spot gold and silver. I am very interested in 1oz silver coins and Sovereigns.

 

EDIT: Or did you mean you're sure too, rather than you're shipping too? :lol:

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Perfect! Please tell us where on Ebay or elsewhere you will soon sell this below spot gold and silver. I am very interested in 1oz silver coins and Sovereigns.

 

EDIT: Or did you mean you're sure too, rather than you're shipping too? :lol:

 

You really haven't grasped a word I have posted, have you?

 

 

edit: there really is no answer to your post. I have stated my case as clearly as I am able. It is just a theory, but I believe it is more than adequately backed by the data. I will have to respectfully agree to disagee with you on this one!

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You really haven't grasped a word I have posted, have you?

...

Not entirely sure now. :unsure:

 

Anyway, I am really looking forward to cheap physical gold flooding the market. I could think of nothing better before a global hyperinflation.

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You really haven't grasped a word I have posted, have you?

 

 

edit: there really is no answer to your post. I have stated my case as clearly as I am able. It is just a theory, but I believe it is more than adequately backed by the data. I will have to respectfully agree to disagee with you on this one!

 

 

Not entirely sure now. :unsure:

 

Anyway, I am really looking forward to cheap physical gold flooding the market. I could think of nothing better before a global hyperinflation.

 

 

Don't worry gents..... Mercury stops being retrograde tomorrow and we'll understand each other better. :rolleyes:

 

I just saw Pluto's post on the main thread about gold scarcity..... Kitco still haven't had any replenishment stocks....

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:o Silver is now £5.81/oz. The cheapest I have ever seen it.

 

Yikes! I was thinking of getting some more, been holding off for the Friday PM smackdown..

 

Blimey! where is this going

 

Edit: Seems to be dropping on the open of the London market, out of interest, does anyone know if Gordon Brown has any UK silver to sell? :)

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£5.74/oz ($9.71/oz)

 

I’m going to use my last dregs of dry powder in GM

:lol: I wish I had some! End of the month it will be for me.

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and yet the cheapest i can get it is £10 /oz !!

 

Is it a coin? £10/oz is very good for a coin.

 

You can buy at under £6.00/oz using GoldMoney (including the fees)

 

EDIT: I’m very interested in picking up some more silver coins if you know where I can get them at £10/oz. Do you mind adding a link?

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Hi guys~ I am in the process of buying my first ever silver.... got enough gold... for now.

 

NZ mint have 1 kilo bars and ounce coins [takes four months but]. From reading the later part of this thread it looks like kilo bars are getting hard to find [1000 Oz bars :o ]. Am I right?

 

Also, would it be better to buy K bars or coins? Any opinions would be appreciated. I am thinking half and half at this stage.

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Is it a coin? £10/oz is very good for a coin.

 

You can buy at under £6.00/oz using GoldMoney (including the fees)

 

EDIT: I’m very interested in picking up some more silver coins if you know where I can get them at £10/oz. Do you mind adding a link?

 

 

no, that was the cost per oz for the 1kg bars at cid. if i could get coins at £10 i would be filling my boots at the moment.

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no, that was the cost per oz for the 1kg bars at cid. if i could get coins at £10 i would be filling my boots at the moment.

 

I believe the ounce price for both coins and 1 K bars are the same at NZ mint. And 18% premium on both. Should I just be buying coins?

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I believe the ounce price for both coins and 1 K bars are the same at NZ mint. And 18% premium on both. Should I just be buying coins?

It's the smaller denominations that are carrying a premium right now (100g bars and coins) ... so if it's the same price/oz for large and small, you're better off grabbing the small stuff.

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It's the smaller denominations that are carrying a premium right now (100g bars and coins) ... so if it's the same price/oz for large and small, you're better off grabbing the small stuff.

 

Cheers for that. Gosh, a few months ago I imagined I might be priced out of the market [gold]. It's crazy that even with such a low price, it is becoming more difficult to buy physical gold and silver due to demand. Mind boggling really. :blink:

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I believe the ounce price for both coins and 1 K bars are the same at NZ mint. And 18% premium on both. Should I just be buying coins?

 

Most of my silver is in GM.

 

For my in-hand, I’m buying coins because I think they will be easier to offload on ebay at £250 each.

 

Also, if TSHTF, small coins will be easier to trade with.

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It's the smaller denominations that are carrying a premium right now (100g bars and coins) ... so if it's the same price/oz for large and small, you're better off grabbing the small stuff.

It's also very handy emergency money.

 

Most of my silver is in GM.

 

For my in-hand, I’m buying coins because I think they will be easier to offload on ebay at £250 each.

 

Also, if TSHTF, small coins will be easier to trade with.

Exact same over here.

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For my in-hand, I’m buying coins because I think they will be easier to offload on ebay at £250 each.

Also, if TSHTF, small coins will be easier to trade with.

If lots of people are thinking like this - could this be a partial reason for the disconnect between paper and physical - especially in the smaller coinage type stuff which is partly collectable and partly of use in the end of the world ecenario ?

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If lots of people are thinking like this - could this be a partial reason for the disconnect between paper and physical - especially in the smaller coinage type stuff which is partly collectable and partly of use in the end of the world ecenario ?

 

Yes, that’s what I think.

 

Incidentally, has anyone noticed that the fee for buying silver in Zurich via GoldMoney has increased?

 

I remember the London fee’s increased a few weeks ago and now Zurich seems to have increased to match the London price.

 

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Hi guys~ I am in the process of buying my first ever silver.... got enough gold... for now.

 

NZ mint have 1 kilo bars and ounce coins [takes four months but]. From reading the later part of this thread it looks like kilo bars are getting hard to find [1000 Oz bars :o ]. Am I right?

 

Also, would it be better to buy K bars or coins? Any opinions would be appreciated. I am thinking half and half at this stage.

 

RH, see this post:

http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index....ost&p=69640 :blink: :blink:

 

IMO coins are better. They are the only thing that offer smallish value for total worldwide financial collapse :D

But, bars are more compact.

So I would suggest some of each.

 

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This from Jim Sinclair to clarify to what was aid on Silver yesterday;

 

Silver will perform with gold.

 

My concern is that after $1200 in gold, silver may not keep pace with gold due to its industrial demand component.

 

That is 100% consistent with what I have said for years.

 

What I said is absolutely true, but you give it too much of a bearish interpretation.

 

I never in any way made a bearish prediction for silver.

 

I said be realistic as markets move up as what I told you, in my opinion, is correct.

 

All the best,

Jim

 

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