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31 thoughts on “Where is the silver 2017 time to buy gold

  1. shalom Pastor Dowell I now you know the tricks of the satanis, some times we need to let go. their are other precious metals that are going to be needed, take your time you’ll see truth straightway.

  2. You know with the size of your following, you could get some custom coins minted with your Straitway logo and use it for exchange among the Hebrew Israelite groups. If you are sitting on Gold right now, the gold/silver trade ratio is in your favor and you could trade off gold for your own silver minting run.

  3. No on the 100oz bar. It is worth the premium to go with 100 of the 1oz rounds as an alternative currency because too many jerks out there are playing games with accusing people of running large pieces with non-silver cores. In my opinion, the worst are the poured bars because any jerk can make those in his back yard with a copper or stainless steel core.

    • +Bob Silver When prices are low, the premium is hard to justify, but at higher prices, the premium on the 1oz coins is entirely justified, and run, don’t walk, from the larger poured silver bars.

  4. I concentrate on 90% junk silver. I never buy the new stuff. When the SHTF people will want to be able to tell value and authenticity by touch, look and sound. I buy junk silver nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollars. I also buy pure copper pennies.

    As to gold, buying anything less than ounces is a waste of cash because of the incremental markups. If you add grams up, it costs way more per ounce than an ounce of gold, so I jsut save up for the ounces.

    For me, gold is large denomination of value for large expenses and silver and copper is low denomination for small expenses. I dont buy silver not gold as investments per se, but to hold value and as a hedge against inflation.

    • I have been into silver for about 10 years. I have sold lots of it. The 1 ounce bars don’t seem to be as desirable, but people like the 10 ouncers. One ounce rounds and eagles are easy to sell when you are ready. Get some dimes and quarters also.

  5. I personally will never buy gold. I’m silver all the way. Silver is insanely cheap compared to where it should be priced…thankyou Goldman Sachs. Hopefully there will be a day when the banksters either lose control of the silver price, or they just let it go on its own…cause when that happens, you will see silver get into the hundreds of dollars per ounce…that will be very fun to see! Even if you don’t believe in silver, at least get some, at $16 why not!

  6. 100 oz silver bars are to sell when prices go up,I had a new perfect 100 oz bar and when prices shot up in the 40 dollar range I had to sell it much below spot to move it so I would not do that again.

  7. Gold’s Special Risks All investments come with risks and rewards, gold IRAs included. “In many ways, gold IRAs have the same risks that any investment has,” says Moy. “The price of gold can go up or down and have volatility. No one can accurately predict its future.” But despite the risk, Moy says there is a reason to invest some of your retirement funds in gold. “Gold has a 5,000-year history of being a store of value. Stocks can go to zero as we’ve seen with Lehman Brothers, bonds can default like in Argentina or get big haircuts like in Greece. The value of the dollar has steadily gone down. But gold will never be worth zero,” says Moy. If the price of gold does dip, Moy says that likely means your paper assets will be doing well. So if your portfolio is balanced with both gold and paper-based funds, a loss on the gold side will be balanced by the gain experienced by other IRAs and investments. “Many of these risks exist for traditional IRAs, too. And traditional IRAs have risks that gold IRAs do not have,” he adds. Read more: http://GoldAndSilverForLife.com/partner?p=romeoicq&w=webinar

  8. Hey man, I’m a 23 year old dude living in Texas and this is my first time ever seeing you in my life, but I tell yo what, you just motivated me to start back investing in silver and a little bit of gold now. Good luck and God Bless sir.

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