Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by mpcusa, May 26, 2021.
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inside, a very good buy
That orange one looks suspect
Are the other silver ones marked for weight and purity?
I remember the show "Six Million Dollar Man", but "Six Hundred Dollar Balls" just doesn't have quite the same ring.
I collect (stack) RCM 10oz bars. Nice and clean, I use Compare Best Prices on Silver and Gold | Silver Spot Price deals (findbullionprices.com) to find the lowest price with premium per ounce gouging.
This 1 ounce bar the ROI was 5x.
Now to figure out how to do that every day, hmmm.
The deal was for a 1 oz bar, but he added an extra .67oz
i guess if you had a girl friend, she wouldn’t
There'd be a certain amount of negotiation involving my wife.
Negotiation is fine as long as you get your way...LOL
I got quite the "rash of crap" when I bought these . . . . .
I paid between $32.50 and $35.00 each for them. I picked up whatever my local pawn shop had at the time. Everyone told me I was an "idiot" for overpaying that much. Pawn shops always "overcharged" for things like these.
I wish they had more at the time . . . . . .
Silver spot was around $2.85 per ounce when I bought them.
You're showing your AGE.
I remember I quit buying for awhile at $4.44 because I thought the price was coming up too fast.
Actually, he's showing his 10 oz SILVER bars. Gold is a much more distinct yellowish color. And certainly not an eagle. Just a bullion bar.
investing versus collecting.
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