If you don't Silver Stack you will be left behind

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by SunriseCoins, Mar 22, 2015.


Silver or Fiat which one wins in the long run?

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  1. Silver

  2. Fiat

  1. mikem2000

    mikem2000 Lost Cause

    Oh yeah, it seems to me, the initial hit is by the so called "dumb money" which pushes it higher, but that does not last as it then re-adjusts. Very bad sign for PM enthusiasts.
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  3. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Be nice like Johnny Rotten here? He sure looks out of charactor doesn't he?

  4. Revi

    Revi Mildly numismatic

    I still think silver has value. I am going to buy some more at these prices. I always slow down when the price is up. It can't crash too much lower now, so I am thinking it may be time to get some more now...
  5. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    IMO, this is a great time for investors to be sitting on their hands. We are likely to retest the S&P August low of 1,867. We are most of the way there already.
  6. V. Kurt Bellman

    V. Kurt Bellman Yes, I'm blunt! Get over your "feeeeelings".

    More and more investors are discovering lately that the best place for investing for the short term may be U.S. Federal Reserve notes. 0.0% return looks about the best one can expect for now.
  7. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    They can give it all to me. I'll watch it for them.
  8. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    Okay, I'll bite.

    Yeah, it's all decomposed living matter (mostly algae and other single-celled organisms, if I understand correctly), and it's renewable. But the timescale for renewing it is millions of years -- as opposed to tens of years for wood, or one year or less for vegetable sources.

    Of course, there are some people who believe that crude oil does not come from living organisms. I believe those people are wrong, but it's not my field.
  9. Brett_in_Sacto

    Brett_in_Sacto Well-Known Member

    I called this in October - actually said it all summer. I'm beaming today. Moves in both directions paid off in spades.
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  10. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Dow not off to a ducky 2016 so far.

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  11. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    The bears have been roaming around since August.
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  12. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Yeah, now it's yum yum yum yum yum yum yum yum yum...
  13. john59

    john59 Well-Known Member

    If anyone purchased silver from around 2011 to now, you lost money. The five year loss for silver is 48.59%

    I wouldn't call it stacking away. I would say more like "losing away."
  14. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    Strong hands. I hadn't seen that one in a while.:eek:
  15. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    Sunrise hasn't posted in here for awhile. I think he's banned.
  16. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    Sunrise is history.
  17. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

  18. mikem2000

    mikem2000 Lost Cause

  19. V. Kurt Bellman

    V. Kurt Bellman Yes, I'm blunt! Get over your "feeeeelings".

    The key problem is that longnine009 thinks there IS a script. Among economists there never has been. Politicians? Perhaps. Economists? No. Economists, real true economists, don't give a rodent's rump about the stock market or any other market (PM's least of ALL); they're concerned with liquidity and employment - you know, the REAL stuff. Growth should not be choked off by EITHER unavailable capital for actual physical investment (buildings, equipment, etc.) or by a warped labor market. QE staved off the first one, but we still have a warped labor market, for about a half dozen reasons, chiefly among them the total cost to employ being too high (too high for the employer yet simultaneously too low for the net paycheck the employee takes home) and an unprecedented screwed up sense of entitlement from the C-suite people.
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2016
  20. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    So you two agree with Feldstein?
  21. mikem2000

    mikem2000 Lost Cause

    I do....
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