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  1. Since posting this the Brainchip share price has gone from 11c to 50c, in large part due to the announcement of a partnership with a NASA contractor looking to use the tech in space flight. https://brainchipinc.com/brainchip-and-vorago-technologies-agree-to-collaborate-through-the-akida-early-access-program/ A very interesting company which seems to have suddenly caught the eye of the investing media etc.
  2. I mentioned this in a post elsewhere, but I am interested in an Australian company called Brainchip (BRN on the ASX). They do artificial intelligence and machine learning chips for use in such things as motion sensors and image recognition etc. They have recently announced development agreements with Ford and Valeo, and a couple of weeks back finished the first fabrication of their latest chip which is in testing now. This caused a doubling of the share price but they're still just a 150 million AUD company. Definitely one to keep an eye on as their new chip technology could be game-chang
  3. Just google some current cabinet members' university friends and see if any of them own construction companies
  4. If you like a tech penny stock, check out Brainchip (BRN on the ASX). Currently trading at 0.11 AUD. AI & machine learning, development deals announced recently with Ford and Valeo. Their new chip currently in production could be a game changer.
  5. I picked this up back in the days when I was collecting random unusual coins. Venezuelan Urimare, 1.5g 0.9 fineness.
  6. I've never held stocks before but just signed up with Degiro. Seems an easy platform to use and as others have said, tiny fees. I'm only thinking of putting in about £2k at the moment, and adding more as I go. I'm bullish on the miners so will have to spend some time reading up on some options. Thinking a mix of a couple of speculative ones and 'safer' bets like Barrick Gold etc.
  7. Today I received a lovely shiny 1kg bar from @DarthGareth
  8. Looks like you've started off with a sensible strategy. I was pretty much the same when my stacking adventure started in 2014, with a budget of £300 a month and splitting it roughly 66/33% between gold & silver. As others have said, the UK & Europe trading subforum here is where many of us find the best deals, as well as the European dealers, although postage can be expensive for smaller individual purchases (£24.95 from goldsilver.be for example). Good luck and happy stacking
  9. I believe the 2018 had a mintage of 25,000. There was a 2019 run of 20,000 bars too. It's a beauty
  10. Today I bought a Umicore 1kg silver bar... my first kilo piece
  11. Or since strictly it's the silver subforum... I'll second the earlier 5 onza
  12. I went through a spell buying .500 & .925 silver coins, and found that on ebay I could pick it up for pretty much spot price plus postage. I went with a scatter gun approach, putting max bids in on lots of small quantities and usually winning a few of them. I haven't looked at this market for a couple of years though so not sure if much has changed.
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