Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by RaceBannon, Apr 9, 2011.
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Then the Gold version of the same weight, here,s a comparison, these
would be cool to invest in but sadly, to far over spot to make sense best
Bet is just to stick with ASE,S.
Here's a question I have about "too far over spot to make sense".
When silver was high I paid spot price for silver rounds that today I could only sell for a significant loss because spot price for silver has dropped so much since then. When silver was lower than it is now I bought some silver coins for a "too far over spot" premium and which I could make a profit on today. Which was a better deal?
Johnathan post a picture of YOUR bar both sides if you can (that picture is off of the silvertowne site YES?)
Also you should invest in a larger neodymium magnet to do a quick check on silver.
Lol, I know the feeling.
I thought everyone was supposed to have their weight in silver bits
You're always further ahead if you pay less of a premium. You can't know when silver will go up or go down, or by how much. All you can know is how much of a premium or discount you're dealing with at the time of purchase.
You want to pay the least possible price, bottom line !, but you still
Have to figure your cost first when buying and then when selling
And of course the price per OZ, the combination be a net profit
Or net loss.
This should be enough silver for now
Those are really pretty so do you stick with just the Scottsdale mint ?
Just the 5 OZ variety ?
I like the tombstone set in Kilo, thinking about pulling the trigger on that one.
yes it is off of the internet. i cant take pic
Monarch hand poured by JPeace$ posted Feb 1, 2019 at 8:38 PM
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