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  1. I look forward to reading it! I made my first purchase - Bought four coins. A Chinese Panda, an Australian Kangaroo, a Britannica, and a Canadian Maple Leaf. Spent £93.38 including shipping, but I'm now officially a stacker!
  2. Haha! Lockdown has gotten me thinking about the things I should be thinking about!
  3. Good advice - I think the next question is where do I buy the cheapest ones 😂 Or more specifically, what should I be looking to pay over spot?
  4. Personally I'm just going to sit on it (not literally!), And buying and selling will definitely be something I won't be able to do until I become more experienced. But plan is to use my spare cash at the end of payday (It's literally £70 a month). £50 of it goes on coffee and other little luxuries, and the remainder will be for one coin a month. I think it'll take me years before I'll be running out of space!
  5. No, I did not know the precise percentage haha! I actually came here from a YouTube video, but the one thing I've assessed, is to try and buy the more popular and known coins - i.e. start with something government backed. I think I'll definitely look into a request - And then I'll officially be a (small) stacker!
  6. So apparently it's called being a "stacker"? I'm looking to invest in Silver Coins - I appreciate it's about maintaining wealth, especially over the long term, and if/when our economic system collapses. From what I know, I ideally want to start off with sovereign coins, as I'm guessing they'll be easier to part with if necessary in the future? Is that correct so far? I'm looking to buy around 1 coin a month, for now - But I've seen different coins at different prices. Surely if I'm looking at this totally as a storage of wealth, I'm better off looking for the cheapest sovereign coins available? Any tips?
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