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  1. Err, as long as I know, most developed countries have some sort of vat, so I don't see how you can back your statement up. I don't want to be confrontational. I just would like an explanation of your claim.
  2. Just had this dropped in my inbox: https://scnem2.com/a.php?sid=2cjxd.2dbherk,f=1,u=42c9209141b03f886c27c37e36d78a3f,n=2cjxd.2dbherk,l=6cisex.k3rt70 and I wonder if it's a good deal. I'm not sure if the 20 D-Mark has any collectors value attached to it.
  3. Stick to the tried and tested. There are some good German dealers and they all been mentioned on this forum. I'd stay away from goldsilver.be. Buy now before hard Wrexit.
  4. I think it's a great idea, but I'd raise pension age to 90, just to be sure. The money saved could be invested in tax breaks for the well-deserving, like Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, hedge funds, etc.
  5. It's easier when only one man takes all decisions, like in Russia.
  6. + 1 for https://www.gold-silber-muenzen-shop.de , although lately the choice is not great.
  7. My mate told me that, if there is a no deal Brexit, lager will go down to 50p a pint.
  8. BTW. Does anybody do good ol' fashioned IRC? Is there a channel for UK-Europe-based gold and silver bugs?
  9. I bought silver mainly thinking in a 5-10 year perspective. I don't need to sell now, so I don't care about the current prices. If I sold, I'd be about 15-20% down. I'll start worrying if and when I need to sell, which is as late as possible. I'd only sell now if silver price skyrocketed suddenly, which happened a couple of times in he last 25 years.
  10. Pointless. The troll factory IRA uses 1000's of VPN's around the world.
  11. Probably not straigh bartering, but an intermediate step such as each town printing their own fiat currency, a bit like it happened (I was told) in Austria in the mid 1800s, when there was no liquidity and farmers started issuing fiat currencies that were backed by bartering. When it comes to gold &/or silver, they can be used as collateral to new currencies. This is simply what used to happen before 1971. One needs not imagine apocalyptic scenarios, but just see what happened in the past. In my opinion, PM's are not an investment but a long term insurance vs inflation or systemic co
  12. If that is the case, why have central banks been hoarding gold for the last 10 years?
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