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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    The US Mint closed the month without adding any additional shipments to the April numbers. As of Monday morning they were showing a little over 200 being shipped on the First, however by the end of the day they correct that figure and changed it to 530K. I don't know if they were intentionally holding that 200K over to jump start May numbers or if dealers had them shipping on the first for their own reasons. It appears that with the big dip in Silver's price today, some large orders were put through in a hurry adding an addition 300K that wasn't expected.

    The bottom line, April closed the month with only 835,000 ASE'S shipped for the month and 8,792,500 YTD

    Which leaves 2017 shipments 3,773,500 behind last years average for the first four months.
    So for whatever reasons, May starts off with a healthy first days shipping total.

    As of Monday May 1st, the US Mint has shipped 530,000 ASE'S for the month of May and 9,322,500 YTD
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    So for whatever reasons, May starts off with a healthy first days shipping total.

    As of Monday May 1st, the US Mint has shipped 530,000 ASE'S for the month of May and 9,322,500 YTD

    As of Wednesday May 11th, the US Mint has shipped 980,000 ASE's for the month of May and 9,772,500 YTD

    For a government agency that is suppose to report their daily activity at 5PM each day, they sure do what they want when they want!!

    Well May already has April totals beat, but then they carried the last weeks worth of shipment from April into May to kick of a better month.

    Plus they are only 216,000 ASE's behind for the average number of day's this month so far.

    Far better than last month when they were over two million short for the month and 3.7 million for the year compared to the 2016's average monthly total.

    Maybe sales are picking up with this a$$ kicking Silver is taking now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    So for whatever reasons, May starts off with a healthy first days shipping total.

    As of Monday May 1st, the US Mint has shipped 530,000 ASE'S for the month of May and 9,322,500 YTD

    As of Wednesday May 11th, the US Mint has shipped 980,000 ASE's for the month of May and 9,772,500 YTD

    For a government agency that is suppose to report their daily activity at 5PM each day, they sure do what they want when they want!!

    Well May already has April totals beat, but then they carried the last weeks worth of shipment from April into May to kick of a better month.

    Plus they are only 216,000 ASE's behind for the average number of day's this month so far.

    Far better than last month when they were over two million short for the month and 3.7 million for the year compared to the 2016's average monthly total.

    Maybe sales are picking up with this a$$ kicking Silver is taking now.

    2015 was our monster year for ASE sales and most of them came in the second half of the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    As of Wednesday May 11th, the US Mint has shipped 980,000 ASE's for the month of May and 9,772,500 YTD

    For a government agency that is suppose to report their daily activity at 5PM each day, they sure do what they want when they want!!

    Well May already has April totals beat, but then they carried the last weeks worth of shipment from April into May to kick of a better month.

    Plus they are only 216,000 ASE's behind for the average number of day's this month so far.

    Far better than last month when they were over two million short for the month and 3.7 million for the year compared to the 2016's average monthly total.

    Maybe sales are picking up with this a$$ kicking Silver is taking now.

    2015 was our monster year for ASE sales and most of them came in the second half of the year.

    As of Friday April 12th, the US Mint has shipped 1,055,000 ASE's for the month of MAY and 9,847,500 YTD.

    Two weeks into the month and they are 1/3rd of the way home. It's a start on the road to recovery.

    This article posted yesterday seems to have some scary numbers related to this years Silver sales.

    As opposed to last year, which was a rather substantial decline in sales, that is not looking good at all.

    http://silverseek.com/article/global...14-years-16581


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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Friday April 12th, the US Mint has shipped 1,055,000 ASE's for the month of MAY and 9,847,500 YTD.

    Two weeks into the month and they are 1/3rd of the way home. It's a start on the road to recovery.

    This article posted yesterday seems to have some scary numbers related to this years Silver sales.

    As opposed to last year, which was a rather substantial decline in sales, that is not looking good at all.

    http://silverseek.com/article/global...14-years-16581



    As of Tuesday May 16th, the US Mint has shipped 1,560,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,352,500 YTD

    Nice catch up, the Month is half over and they are almost caught up with this months average, things are looking up for a change.

    Looks like a lot of people must have been doing some stacking on the Silver shellacking we've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    As of Tuesday May 16th, the US Mint has shipped 1,560,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,352,500 YTD

    Nice catch up, the Month is half over and they are almost caught up with this months average, things are looking up for a change.

    Looks like a lot of people must have been doing some stacking on the Silver shellacking we've seen.

    As of Tuesday May 23rd, the US Mint has shipped 2,005,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,797,500 YTD

    And the uptick in sales has turned back down once again.

    Even though May sales is still 1.1 million ounces below the monthly average compared to 2016's, it's still well above the totals shipped in February, March and April.

    Which indicates they are heading in the right direction and there is still plenty of year left to salvage 2017.



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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    As of Tuesday May 23rd, the US Mint has shipped 2,005,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,797,500 YTD

    And the uptick in sales has turned back down once again.

    Even though May sales is still 1.1 million ounces below the monthly average compared to 2016's, it's still well above the totals shipped in February, March and April.

    Which indicates they are heading in the right direction and there is still plenty of year left to salvage 2017.



    As of Thursday May 25th, the US Mint has shipped 2,155,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,947,500 YTD

    Shipments are continuing to be slow at only half the daily rate from 2016.

    There is an article that was posted yesterday regarding ASE sales called: SOMETHING CHANGED IN THE SILVER MARKET IN MAY: Here Are 3 Reasons Why

    It is a tad misleading I believe and again trying to pass the blame for poor sales onto some other market forces versus Silver investor decisions not to invest as much for one reason or another.

    Trying to pretend that May sales is a hit compared to the three previous months is a really low blow.

    May shipments are definitely up from those three months, but still lingering well behind the 2016 average shipments for any single month let alone something special.

    I only use 2016 numbers for comparison because it's not fair to compare it to a record setting year like 2015 when sales were 10 million ounces more.

    But putting 2016 numbers in perspective at 37.7 million ounces, it was the second time they shipped less than 40 million ounces since 2010.

    I also have not compared one month this year to the same month last year as they are to inconsistent, other than maybe January to January.

    However you can compare the monthly average from previous year to get some kind of idea and this year is going at a much slower pace than 2016 by approximately four million ounces by the end of May.

    If we compared 2017 to 2016 YTD shipments, this year will be about 12 million ounces behind, but last year in June is when shipments started to slow down and that continued through September.

    We can never predict when ASE sales are going to go up or down throughout the year from one year to the next, so averaging is the only gauge we really have, good or bad it's a tool to use.

    If shipment leaving the US Mint through the summer are as bad as they were last year, the averages will catch up to reality for this years totals compared to last as they have been month after month so far this year.

    The only point I'm trying to make here is, just because we see some better movement in one month over the previous month(s) doesn't necessarily make it a good month, it only makes it a better month as in this case.

    Buy if you want, but there is no stampede to our dealers buying up all the ASE's available.

    PS I have no idea what this person is trying to get at with this premium versus commission garbage, just compared what everyone is selling at versus the spot price and forget any bull sh!t from a sales person with premium and commission nonsense.

    His goal is to make as much money off every sale he can and ours is to buy at the lowest cost we can for the same product.

    2015 - 47 million
    2014 - 44 million
    2013 - 42 million
    2012 - 33 million
    2011 - 40 million
    2010 - 34 million
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Thursday May 25th, the US Mint has shipped 2,155,000 ASE's for the month of May and 10,947,500 YTD

    Shipments are continuing to be slow at only half the daily rate from 2016.

    There is an article that was posted yesterday regarding ASE sales called: SOMETHING CHANGED IN THE SILVER MARKET IN MAY: Here Are 3 Reasons Why

    It is a tad misleading I believe and again trying to pass the blame for poor sales onto some other market forces versus Silver investor decisions not to invest as much for one reason or another.

    Trying to pretend that May sales is a hit compared to the three previous months is a really low blow.

    May shipments are definitely up from those three months, but still lingering well behind the 2016 average shipments for any single month let alone something special.

    I only use 2016 numbers for comparison because it's not fair to compare it to a record setting year like 2015 when sales were 10 million ounces more.

    But putting 2016 numbers in perspective at 37.7 million ounces, it was the second time they shipped less than 40 million ounces since 2010.

    I also have not compared one month this year to the same month last year as they are to inconsistent, other than maybe January to January.

    However you can compare the monthly average from previous year to get some kind of idea and this year is going at a much slower pace than 2016 by approximately four million ounces by the end of May.

    If we compared 2017 to 2016 YTD shipments, this year will be about 12 million ounces behind, but last year in June is when shipments started to slow down and that continued through September.

    We can never predict when ASE sales are going to go up or down throughout the year from one year to the next, so averaging is the only gauge we really have, good or bad it's a tool to use.

    If shipment leaving the US Mint through the summer are as bad as they were last year, the averages will catch up to reality for this years totals compared to last as they have been month after month so far this year.

    The only point I'm trying to make here is, just because we see some better movement in one month over the previous month(s) doesn't necessarily make it a good month, it only makes it a better month as in this case.

    Buy if you want, but there is no stampede to our dealers buying up all the ASE's available.

    PS I have no idea what this person is trying to get at with this premium versus commission garbage, just compared what everyone is selling at versus the spot price and forget any bull sh!t from a sales person with premium and commission nonsense.

    His goal is to make as much money off every sale he can and ours is to buy at the lowest cost we can for the same product.

    2015 - 47 million
    2014 - 44 million
    2013 - 42 million
    2012 - 33 million
    2011 - 40 million
    2010 - 34 million
    As of Tuesday May 30th, the US Mint has shipped 2,355,000 ASE''s for the month of may and 11,147,500 YTD

    Is someone reading my posts or what, right on the daily target for the last two days.

    Looks like they will still be well short of the monthly average of 3+ million, but still one hell of an improvement over the past three months.

    This time last year starting in June is when shipments took a serious dive, maybe this year will be the opposite
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    As of Tuesday May 30th, the US Mint has shipped 2,355,000 ASE''s for the month of may and 11,147,500 YTD

    Is someone reading my posts or what, right on the daily target for the last two days.

    Looks like they will still be well short of the monthly average of 3+ million, but still one hell of an improvement over the past three months.

    This time last year starting in June is when shipments took a serious dive, maybe this year will be the opposite



    As of Wednesday May 31st, the US Mint has shipped 2,455,000 for the month of May and 11,247,500 YTD.

    For the month of May the shipments fell another 686,792 behind the average shipments for 2016 and a total of 4,461,458 behind the 2016 average YTD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post


    As of Wednesday May 31st, the US Mint has shipped 2,455,000 for the month of May and 11,247,500 YTD.

    For the month of May the shipments fell another 686,792 behind the average shipments for 2016 and a total of 4,461,458 behind the 2016 average YTD.


    As of June 5th, the US Mint has shipped 229,000 ASE's for the month of June and 11,476,500 YTD.

    So far June is starting off just where it left off, running about half the daily averages compared to 2016 for the first three day's.

    Like the rest of the year, June has a lot of month left to.
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