Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by myownprivy, Feb 19, 2020.
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I think it will but I'm not getting in on buying. Would like to have extra funds to bet on this, but don't.
At least, this way I'll not be disappointed...and dare I say it, Pleasantly surprised.
Just my 25 ounces worth,
Considering the current prices, it would be great time to sell, right?
Unfortunately, my father is weirdly "sentimental" about bullion that has no sentimental value, and won't let me sell them.
Personally, I believe if you don't need the cash for bills or what-not, I would not sell.
It's kind of like having an 'ace in the hole', a 'get outa jail' card or 'rainy day' stash.
Also, I wouldn't be too hard on your dad for being 'sentimental' as you will miss him when he's no longer around. (Just my personal experience)
Keep one for sentimental reasons...put the rest of the funds into numismatic gold and quasi-bullion (i.e., Saints).
That's what I did with a much smaller sum.
Good point. Nobody needs the cash now, so like you said it's an excellent ace in the hole.
My biggest lottery win ever was $72. I've kept those exact bills in a special place. The idea is, when I'm at rock bottom and have lost everything, I've got $72 of lucky money to get back on track. Something like that
(I.E. the difficult part)
Earl, I never won on a lottery ticket but did find a $100 bill on the ground at a 7-11 store once. At the time there were no other cars in the parking lot so, finders, keepers....Jeepers-Peepers!
BARRON'S had a bullish piece on silver a few months ago..supply deficit...have to reach out to my PM contacts and see what is up.
Will have to gather my junk silver and put aside to sell if it continues to trend higher. Maybe watch to see if it might go into the twenties.
Seems like yesterday that I was quite excited about gold going over $1800.00. Boy, that was a steep fall.
Hang in there Randy. Gold loves economic and political unrest and with what's happening in current events I personally do not see any changes in the near future. I think gold will continue to rise in price.
This is not meant to be a political statement in anyway or form in case anyone feels it is.
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