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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    If I had waited 5 days, I could have saved $12.

    If you hadn't waited 14 years you could have saved yourself over $12 on every ounce you purchased as well..

    But you did the right thing, you decided the time was right to buy and you did.

    Until you start trading shares of SLV, these ups and downs don't mean much of anything.
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    Thumbs up goung up

    If I'd waited a week I could have saved $15!!!
    But I'm happy to have gotten what I did when I did.

    This is my $1000 wish list with noon September 22 prices in case you were thinking about some strategic investing.

    American Silver Eagles Random Year BU x20 $382.80 https://sdbullion.com/1-oz-american-...ns-random-year
    Peace Silver Dollars | Average Circulated x5 $98.35 https://sdbullion.com/peace-silver-d...age-circulated
    2017 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle Coin $146.10 https://sdbullion.com/2017-1-10-oz-g...can-eagle-coin
    2015 Bombay Hook ATB 5 oz Silver $120.20 https://sdbullion.com/2015-5-oz-bomb...ul-silver-coin
    1922 Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS-64 $59.99 https://sdbullion.com/1922-peace-sil...llar-ngc-ms-64
    1923 Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS-64 $64.99 https://sdbullion.com/1923-peace-sil...coin-ngc-ms-64
    PCGS MS-64 Silver Peace Dollar Random Date $51.95 https://sdbullion.com/pcgs-ms-64-sil...r-random-dates

    I think that once these peace dollar coins become a century old, they'll command a bigger premium.
    I also predict that this post will serve as documentation of a lost opportunity.

    I see $17 spot silver the same as a $17 Bitcoin without the risk of instant evaporation.

    I was able to make a small order today while the spot was under $17.
    What I bought was some odd bullion with high premiums, and not my usual junk


    Order Date: 09/22/2017 - 10:00 Shipping Method: Shipping Special Products Subtotal: $175.46 USD
    Subtotal: $175.46 USD Shipping Special: $7.77 USD Credit Card Processing Fee: $5.50 USD ------ Total for this Order: $188.73 USD

    Products on order: 2 x 2017 Silver Shield Democide MiniMintage 1 oz Silver Round - $44.06 USD ($22.03 each) USD
    SKU: SSS17DEMOCIDE-1
    3 x 40 mm Air-Tite Case - 1 oz Silver Coin - $4.47 USD ($1.49 each) USD
    SKU: 40mm
    20 x 1/4 oz Silver Rounds | Incuse Indian - $104.60 USD ($5.23 each) USD
    SKU: SilverGSMIncuseQuarter
    1 x 2017 Mexican Libertad Silver Coin 1 oz - $22.33 USD USD
    SKU: SilverLibertad1ozBU2017
    "I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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    Just curious, why would you of all people pay $1 over spot for 1/4 ounce rounds when you have always favored 90% and it's now selling at near rock bottom prices again?

    Well at least under $1 per ounce for 90%, that's a lot of cheap fractional Silver.

    To bad you didn't buy some of those 1/4 ounce from WESTMINSTER for 24 cents in premiums when they had them on sale and they were better quality than what GSM puts out. But those INCUSE hide the defects well, that's one benefit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    Just curious, why would you of all people pay $1 over spot for 1/4 ounce rounds when you have always favored 90% and it's now selling at near rock bottom prices again?

    Well at least under $1 per ounce for 90%, that's a lot of cheap fractional Silver.

    To bad you didn't buy some of those 1/4 ounce from WESTMINSTER for 24 cents in premiums when they had them on sale and they were better quality than what GSM puts out. But those INCUSE hide the defects well, that's one benefit.
    When I get the quarter ounces, I'll have some 1/10 TO and 1/4 TO of the GSM incuse indian rounds.
    Over time as I see deals, I intend to get some 1/2, 1, 2, & 5 TOs rounds to make a few complete 8.85 TO sets of them.

    "I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post

    This is my $1000 wish list with noon September 22 prices in case you were thinking about some strategic investing.


    Peace Silver Dollars | Average Circulated x5 $98.35 https://sdbullion.com/peace-silver-d...age-circulated
    2017 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle Coin $146.10 https://sdbullion.com/2017-1-10-oz-g...can-eagle-coin
    2015 Bombay Hook ATB 5 oz Silver $120.20 https://sdbullion.com/2015-5-oz-bomb...ul-silver-coin
    1922 Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS-64 $59.99 https://sdbullion.com/1922-peace-sil...llar-ngc-ms-64
    1923 Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS-64 $64.99 https://sdbullion.com/1923-peace-sil...coin-ngc-ms-64
    PCGS MS-64 Silver Peace Dollar Random Date $51.95 https://sdbullion.com/pcgs-ms-64-sil...r-random-dates

    I think that once these peace dollar coins become a century old, they'll command a bigger premium.
    I also predict that this post will serve as documentation of a lost opportunity.


    My parents gave us kids peace Dollars with their birthdates on them and my wife's parents did the same.

    Two different families, one in a large city and one in a tiny town.

    Can't be a coincidence, must have been a common practice and there could very well be literally millions of those coins stashed away in drawers across the country.

    I'd like to have a mint conditioned Morgan for my grandfather's in 1879, how about you???
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    Thumbs up It's still a very good day to trade FRNs for silver bullion.

    A 1922 cleaned cull peace dollar is big fun to play with.
    To me the design really looks a lot better than a Morgan dollar.
    Over the next five years these things may appreciate more than most other forms of silver.
    There is just something about objects over 100 years that is special.

    I cleaned the 2005 ASE that I've been fondling for years.
    Wow.
    It looks so good I had to put it into one of those Air-Tites.
    It has been transformed into an impressive piece of mirror quality brilliant proof-like government shiny,
    at least to the few untrained eyes that will get the chance to see it.
    "I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post


    I cleaned the 2005 ASE that I've been fondling for years.
    Wow.
    It looks so good I had to put it into one of those Air-Tites.
    It has been transformed into an impressive piece of mirror quality brilliant proof-like government shiny,
    at least to the few untrained eyes that will get the chance to see it.


    Sounds like another one of your black velvet E-bay bag specials coming to some unsuspecting person near you soon.
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    Cool The end of an era fast approaches. Some will be sad, some will celebrate.

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    Sounds like another one of your black velvet E-bay bag specials coming to some unsuspecting person near you soon.
    E*Bay sucks along with their buddy PayPal
    too much money from the transactions.


    At 10:30 AM CDT today, the gold bid was $1273.90 and the silver bid was $16.765.

    1273.9016.765 = 75.985684462

    Let's call it a 76 silver to 1 gold ratio.

    At a bankster manipulated 76 SGR I am amazed than anyone buys much gold.

    At the current real $727 per ounce silver value. shown at the debt clock website,
    http://www.usdebtclock.org/
    compared to $5989 per ounce gold calculated there,
    indicates a more realistic 8 SGR!

    Why more realistic?
    The mining reserves are at 9, the historical average is 15,
    and I may be wrong but I believe the constitutional ratio is 16.

    A very interesting situation indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    E*Bay sucks along with their buddy PayPal
    too much money from the transactions.


    At 10:30 AM CDT today, the gold bid was $1273.90 and the silver bid was $16.765.

    1273.9016.765 = 75.985684462

    Let's call it a 76 silver to 1 gold ratio.

    At a bankster manipulated 76 SGR I am amazed than anyone buys much gold.

    At the current real $727 per ounce silver value. shown at the debt clock website,
    http://www.usdebtclock.org/
    compared to $5989 per ounce gold calculated there,
    indicates a more realistic 8 SGR!

    Why more realistic?
    The mining reserves are at 9, the historical average is 15,
    and I may be wrong but I believe the constitutional ratio is 16.

    A very interesting situation indeed.

    I don't care if it's 9 to 1, 15 to 1 or 16 to 1...

    Please share your knowledge!!!

    I just want to know where I can unload every last ounce of Silver I own at the real Silver value of $727 an ounce so I can live out my life knowing I did extremely well and die a happy man from cardiac arrest as a result of the excessive joy it has brought back into my life.
    I'm a proud member of Eggshellman's Liar, Shill, and bully club and a new member of the Super Jew Defense League!!!

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    Thumbs up EXPEL or HANG, it makes me no difference, just exterminate the kabbal roaches.

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    I don't care if it's 9 to 1, 15 to 1 or 16 to 1...

    Please share your knowledge!!!

    I just want to know where I can unload every last ounce of Silver I own at the real Silver value of $727 an ounce so I can live out my life knowing I did extremely well and die a happy man from cardiac arrest as a result of the excessive joy it has brought back into my life.
    Once again for the retarded...

    Not where, but when!
    Because silver is worth a lot more than where your league friends fix the price, it means that currently we can not obtain the true value in fiat when redeeming the metal.
    Because we are being held in a matrix of dependence on the kabbal, where we are discouraged from attempting to gain financial independence from them, we'll have to wait for the Ashkenazi control grid to be destroyed.
    That event is something that I look forward to in short order.
    Hopefully months, not years.


    "I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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