Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Tuco, Nov 3, 2019.
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2 diametrically opposite reactions, IMO.
Eh, like most of the time, I will slowly accumulate some stocks, PM, and am building up cash at the moment. I expect something to happen, so want some cash to take advantage if possible. For pm, I want to add to PT at current prices, but will probably buy some gold if my local dealer has some coins I like at a cheap premium. Not sure if that is pm buying or gold coin collecting.
Thanks...BTW, you mispelled Error and Collector in your avatar.
FOA, kudos to the Moderator. Brutal job. And, indeed, we have to keep the discussions from becoming political.
That said, we all know that political events can have a huge impact on the POG and POS. I don't see them impacting numismatic prices significantly but bullion prices . . . .
Now, it's not so much which party or candidate or belief system but the possibility of a Black Swan event. That's normally what spikes gold - the Four Horsemen sort of stuff.
So, because I see the possibility of a BS event between now and 2021 higher than normal, I'm overweighting a bit towards the PM's.
Will they be higher? feh. Who cares. I just want to cover my ass.
and so it goes,
Watch Leon Coopeman over at CNBC.com for more details.
A Black Swan event is not necessarily Red/Blue politics. Geez, Hong Kong is so close to bloody conflict I shudder.
As for my overall projections? I'm long beyond my core holding of PMs. I'm long physical but also in retirement accounts with securities. I've always preferred the leverage of the junior silver miners. Not for the fainthearted but serious profit potential. CEF and SILJ and broadbased but ISVLF Impact, KOOYF Kootenay, ORMNF Orex and SVM Silvercorp are not.
I seriously believe, because of many socio-economic factors, we'll see significantly higher gold and silver prices by January 1, 2021.
and so it goes,
Loved that show!
I remember during the last recession, silver and gold dipped hard along with the market. Simply because investors will liquidate all assets to meet their margin calls for losses; these are big investors that move the markets.
If you do some research, you'll see the time to get in is when silver and gold are just starting to turn around at the depths of a recession, like a year in.
See the chart below and look at what metals did when the S&P was bottoming. I predict we'll see new lows in gold and silver before they skyrocket.
Cool! Maybe I can finally move that slabbed AGE that I bought "on the dip" from $1800 to $1700...
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