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Old 06-11-2014, 12:20 PM
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By the way, you prefer the looks of the glossy reflective surface or the swirl pattern surface?
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Old 06-11-2014, 12:55 PM
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I like the shiny ones! But seriously, the picture of the gold bars is just too awesome!
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Old 06-11-2014, 02:11 PM
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Compare if you have bought properties instead at peak... One can definitely sleep better with PMs... Even if cannot sell at profit, can still do exchange with other strackers/collectors. Once in a while take them out to see and feel, they don't decay. Can also use them as gifts. What can one do with stocks or other paper instruments that is falling in price?
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Old 06-11-2014, 02:56 PM
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By the way, you prefer the looks of the glossy reflective surface or the swirl pattern surface?

Rothschild - oldest and dense.
take two modern Au and knock against each other, clear cling sound.
but Rothschild's cling sound is slightly deeper and it feels deep too.

Tokuriki - looks that froze me.
against the light, the surface look like molten metal,
almost ready to dripped off my hands...

Morris and Watson - Smallest yet thickest of them all.
Rand is chunky, this is chunkier.
Once you pick up this little baby, you won't want to put it down.
The more you rub this baby, the more shiok you feel.

i am gold fetish, i know,
and i enjoy rubbing them every night....
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Old 06-11-2014, 04:01 PM
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me too, after paying high premium for different brands of gold ingots,
i feel like a gigantic carrot head now... holding onto a pile of scrap metals.....

That is some nice bars.

While we stack PMs, we must also understand that these are for a very long holdings....there is only 2 peaks recently for a span of 30 years...the recent peak is only 3 years ago...

those silly bulls comments on the 5000 gold 1000silver are not reliastic...

there is a long bear market ahead of us....buckle up my friend.

I suspect the selling will get more fierce...
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:17 PM
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Rothschild - oldest and dense.
take two modern Au and knock against each other, clear cling sound.
but Rothschild's cling sound is slightly deeper and it feels deep too.
Means Rothschild is refine with less impurities, good old days quality stuffs.

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Tokuriki - looks that froze me.
against the light, the surface look like molten metal,
almost ready to dripped off my hands...
Does this mean the Japanese refiner skills are better from your point of view?

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Morris and Watson - Smallest yet thickest of them all.
Rand is chunky, this is chunkier
Density concentrated into a narrow spot will feels like acupuncture therapy.
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:35 PM
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During the gold reserve act, revalue from 20 to 35, 75% change.
The 1976-1979, gold went from 150 to 600, 400% change.
The 2000-2007, gold went from 400 to 850, 210% change.
The 2007-2011, gold went from 850 to 1700, 200% change.
Average is 221% change, 200% change 75% of the time.

Prices at 1200 has a 75% chance of reaching 2400 & up to 4800.
Duration of years average 6.75, 3 years duration 50% of the time.
So is a plausible future event.

Silver from 20 to 1000 is 5000% change, where did u get this figure from? LOL (perhaps u meant 100) or (perhaps u mean gold silver ratio 1:5)

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Old 07-11-2014, 01:45 PM
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PM should be used primarily for wealth protection and preparation for paper currency collapse scenario. Investment is secondary.

In collapse scenario, it is very difficult to use big bars for barter trade.

But that's only my opinion.

Anyway, big bars will be good to be used during emergency. If need cash urgently can go pawn shop, then buy back later.

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