Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by FryDaddyJr, Oct 7, 2019.
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I bought 100 and have no plan on buying more.
But my slot machine take more then $100 worth to get modivted to pay out.
I've probably got plenty, BUT at $15ea it's hard to say no.
This is it. I have a couple places I can go to get average dollars in roll quantities at $16.00 to $18.00 each. Even slick culls will cost that. Dollars will always have a numismatic premium attached. I don’t have a formula. It’s entirely an emotional purchase for me. If I have the itch, then I scratch it.
When you can pick them up in the 'Junk bin'........
I don't care whether they're overpriced, as long as they're still overpriced when I go to sell them. So far, they have been.
The only spot-related "formula" I have is that if I see Morgan or Peace dollars at or below spot, I'll buy all I can -- because I'm 100% confident I can sell them for more than spot, without any special effort. It doesn't happen very often.
That's what I said.
CDN Bid is a base I use for offers / bidding.
I don't sell
Difficulty: it may not reach $30 during your lifetime, or it may reach $30 only after the dollar has lost more than half its present value.
I keep thinking back to the day when I heard on the news that a gallon of milk was price-fixed at $1.99.
I still buy it for $1.99.
Milk's a terrible example for price trends. It's subject to big dips and spikes, but lately it's been more dips. Great news for cereal lovers, as long as you aren't particularly bothered by dairy-farmer suicides.
people are catching on that it's terrible for your health
Speak for yourself, normie. My mutant power is metabolizing lactose without any issues.
(Yes, I know that's probably not what you're talking about. No, I still don't agree with you, but it's pretty thoroughly off-topic for this thread.)
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