Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Kentucky, Sep 6, 2017.
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If it's worth your time then enjoy it.
I've done it but won't again.
Time is money, enjoy your 1/2 ounce of gold bits.
personally, not a big fan of buying graded bullion coins or sending them in to
Have them graded, you will always pay a stiff premium, when really a nice
B/U coin is more then adequate, and trying to get that premium back will for
Sure be problematic if not impossible, but if you like it buy it as long as your
Happy that,s all the matters
This is about how much of a discount do you get to put your name and phone number on a "harass me list"
Is that the value you placed on the time you'll spend declining their future offers?
Read his post. The minimum order is 5. Plus, 1/10 gold Eagles currently sell for $140-$145 each, not $130.
He's actually saved $30-$35 per coin, not $20; and not JUST $20 because he had to buy at least 5.
Good luck, Kentucky... I'll keep my fingers crossed for a positive experience.
Yeah, I have this fancy schmancy thing called "Caller Identification"...if anyone doesn't have it, it's worth looking into.
Those are really nice.
In my simple-minded way, I looked on fee-bay and the cheapest there as a BIN was $155, so $1,550 for 10...at $1,100, that's $450, which buys a couple of 6-paks.
Solid gold? I thought ASEs were only 22 carat,.
Solid vs. liquid?
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