I Just Recieve 2 Rolls of ASES I bought 2 weeks ago

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by goldcollector, Apr 19, 2020.

  1. goldcollector

    goldcollector Member

    Yes it's true I hate silver but when we it fell to $14 I knew the silvidiots could be trusted to scrape up their pennies and Nickels and buy a bunch at double spot even at 2.5x spot in some cases. But seriously the market drop was nonsense and I said silver would come back to $16-$17-$18 maybe $19 nothing crazy. There was free money to be had in platinum and silver. Ofcourse most of the silver crowd snatched defeat from the jaws of victory as usual by way overpaying. I only post this to show that there were and still are ASES to be had at $4-$5 over spot so why in the world do silvidiots insist on paying $29 for an ASE. #nevergonnaevenbreakevenever
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  3. goldcollector

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  4. goldcollector

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    Actually it was 3 weeks ago. Wait the 3 weeks, don't overpay $29 for ASES. Your great great grandkids will be in nursing homes before those ASES can be sold for $28.
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  5. goldcollector

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    $17.41 each free shipping too. Not to bad. I think spot was $14.50 or so. It's been a while.
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  6. goldcollector

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    I'm up on my silver already. That's what happens when you don't pay double spot. I only bought 40 when they had like 130 available. Should have bought them all but I really don't like silver. I just know the silvidiots moves better than they do.
  7. goldcollector

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    Pay $30 for an ASE

  8. Garlicus

    Garlicus Debt is dumb, cash is king.

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  9. goldcollector

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    Bump just so I can again prove that silver can be bought for reasonable premiums despite the fact that most are paying near $30 an ounce.

  10. xCoin-Hoarder'92x

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  11. goldcollector

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    Coin hoarder,

    I posted this thread on April 19 when silver spot was $14.93.

    I said the market drop was nonsense.

    I said silver would come back to $17-$18-$19 nothing crazy.

    I said there was FREE MONEY to be had in silver and Platinum ( Notice I didn't include Gold )

    Yes I said MOST of the silver crowd would scrape up pennies and nickels to pay 2x, or 2.5x spot and snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Anyone who paid $30 for ASE is likely not very smart with money and thus scrapping by.

    Everything I said in this thread was pro silver. I'm just not going to go off the deep end like most of you and start claiming that paying $30 for an ASE makes sense.

  12. goldcollector

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    Well I sold these today for $20 each. Made a profit of $103.60

    Don't really care. Silver is a joke. I just bought at a good price. Happy to sell for $20 each. Definitely more than their worth.
  13. Charles Ruge

    Charles Ruge Member

    I have quite a few silver rounds that I picked up in the nineties that ranged from 4-8 dollars a piece. Beats the heck out of what they cost now.
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  14. masterswimmer

    masterswimmer Well-Known Member

    You're talking to the resident thief.
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  15. Jeffjay

    Jeffjay Well-Known Member

    As with all commodities its about supply and demand isn't it?
  16. goldcollector

    goldcollector Member

    Doubled your money in 30 years. Not very good at all tbh
  17. goldcollector

    goldcollector Member

    Yes and supply of silver is beyond anyone wildest imaginations. Not to mention the ability to mine another hundred trillion ounces if need be.
  18. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Well-Known Member

    I still think of the nineties as “ten years ago.”

    damn I’m getting old
  19. Jeffjay

    Jeffjay Well-Known Member

    True. But the same can be said for just about every other commodity. Just because there's a potential for there to be more of it doesn't make it so. These markets always have been controlled by the people with the largest Holdings.
  20. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Don't you owe a CT member about $100 from when you cheated him on a deal. Sounds like this would be good time to make things right and no longer be known as the Coin Talk scam artist.

    ATTENTION New Coin Talk members. Please be aware that @goldcollector cheated a well respected member during a deal. This is all well documented in the archives. also please keep in mind goldcollectors lack of integrity as he brags about making a profit, yet refuses to return the money he stole. You may want to consider the credibility of his posts suspect in light of his beavior, and above all, NEVER do a deal with him.
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  21. PeacePeople

    PeacePeople Wall St and stocks, where it's at

    So, if I'm reading this correct, you stated that people were paying $29 for ASE and you sold them for $20. I'm not sure, but that's lots of $$$ left on the table for somebody that is dislocating his shoulder trying to pat his back?
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