Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by acts541, Mar 17, 2020.
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If current trends continue, you might find them closer to that than any of us would ever have imagined. And we'll all be wishing frantically that there weren't so many silver bargains around.
So you’d steer clear at the$7 - $8 price point right now? I honestly have no idea and Im not wanting to use ebay as a sounding board.
Yes thank you! Thats what Im trying to do here.
really saying is "I don't especially want to sell".
Edit: I'd consider buying at $5, but realizing that it might be a long time before I could get my money back out of them. I'd buy as many as I could at $4 (spot value is $4.63 at the moment), although again silver might keep falling enough that I wouldn't be able to flip them for a profit.
It doesn't matter, though, because nobody but nobody is selling at $5 or less.
Thank you! Appreciate your response!
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There is under $5 in silver melt in a 90% half dollar today.
Barber and walking liberty's seem to command a premium in better than average condition.
It really depends on what they look like with a description of circulated.
not me. let silver prices to down to face value. it will rise again
I care less than I would have ever thought possible about falling silver prices. I'm talking about the things that are driving those shifts.
I'm not excited about getting silver bargains if it's happening because millions of people have suddenly been thrown out of work.
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