What's your end game?

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by myownprivy, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    Why are you buying so much silver and gold? What's your plan at the end?

    Let's suppose the US economy is ok to great the rest of your life, and you never need to fall back on your silver and gold to pay your bills. What then?

    Will you ever reach a point in your retirement where you think things are guaranteed enough for your last few years of life that you can splurge and sell your PMs to go on a nice vacation, or put your grandkid through college? What will you do with it? Or, will you hang on to your PMs until you die, and pass them on to a spouse or a relative?

    My plan is to always add just little bit of my savings to precious metals, and to build it up as a safety net for my safety net. Ideally, I will never use it, and someone someday who I care about will get it.
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  3. ddoomm1

    ddoomm1 keep on running

    Make a to-scale statue of myself out of solid .999 silver.
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  4. longnine009

    longnine009 Most Exalted Excellency

    This is too easy. Stackers are crazy and paranoid aren't they? Obviously I'm going to use my stack to help pay zombie mercenaries to destroy the reptilian people living inside the hollow earth who are planning to go topside for barbecued ribs any day now.

    Of course I'll save a few Morgue Annes just in case I need to bribe the victor of that battle to eat a stamp collector instead of me.
  5. Nathan401

    Nathan401 Working like crazy to pay for the lazy Supporter

    I'm building a giant solar panel.
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  6. Nathan401

    Nathan401 Working like crazy to pay for the lazy Supporter

    This is complete NONSENSE!!!!

    Everyone knows zombie mercenaries only except Zombucks...sheesh.
  7. Deserttaxguy

    Deserttaxguy New Member

    I look at my PM stack and think I "saved" by not wasting the purchase on more booze, or broads or golf. Kind of like stuffing your spare change in the bucket and then over time you look at it and say to yourself "Oh my.. now how do I get rid of 20 lbs of pennys, nickles and quarters.". (not the good kind either)!

    Also, you have to have quite a few ounces of any of it to make difference if the price moves up or down. 10 ounces of gold going up $10, is still only a $100 gain. Now its down $125 or so from May but that's why you want to buy more. Its like being on sale. Its hard to resist metal on down market.
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  8. SilverSurfer415

    SilverSurfer415 Well-Known Member

    Same goal as always, enough bars that I can stack them to a make a door frame, so I can walk through it.
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