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StackerCollector

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  1. Saved another £100 from the possible scenario of a hyperinflation or a re-evaluation of our currency in case we go digital Stack now at about 700 ounces. Hoping for a massive dip in silver price and enough supply to get to 1000 ounces. Thanks go to @arshimo2012
  2. Waiting for better prices on gold and silver for a while now 😉 But in case that will never happen I added a half sovereign for the gold stack. Thanks go to @ilovesilverireallydo
  3. These are same astonishing numbers! Total production of silver coins 2019 per person: $0.23. That goes to show that just a very tiny percentage of mankind invests in silver. And baffling how much currency was issued in relation to minted gold and silver coins. What does that say about us collectors or stackers? Does this give us an amazing investment opportunity or an "edge" when there is a money reset or hyperinflation? What do you think? https://www.mining.com/web/the-worlds-gold-and-silver-coin-production-vs-money-creation/
  4. Hello! What are the current prices for the remaining coins, as silver has dropped quite a bit? Cheers
  5. I happen to be German and no, these figures are far from the truth. Of the younger generation, let's say under 30 years of age, almost nobody owns any gold and especially no silver. One of the underlying reasons is that almost nobody knows how many industrial uses silver has. Was given the blank stare many times, including the family. But I still continued to give presents in form of gold and silver, now that the price has risen, somebody is happy. Germans do not think much outside the box, prefer to follow the herd and when they see long queues at the pm shops like recently then they think ab
  6. http://www.coinflation.com/coins/silver_coin_calculator.html
  7. Thanks for the tip! Ordered from several German dealers when I still used to live in Germany, but never heard of Eldorado coins 👍 Not all German dealers ship to the UK and if they do they easily charge around £25.
  8. Still looking. Paying £24 per ounce. 1 tube £610 (£10 for shipping). That's 20% over spot
  9. Pareto for me: 80% silver 20% gold. Think silver has more potential over the next 5-20 years. Might be even rarer than gold soon.
  10. Some nice purchases from the last 2 weeks. Thanks to @BackyardBullion for the Aztec pyramid. Love the weight of it 😁 Thanks to @ilovesilverireallydo for the rare J Aron bars and to @LawrenceChard for the sovereign.
  11. Yes. And get back in when their shares are dirt cheap 👍 Waiting for: JP Morgan £20 HSBC £1.50 Goldman Sachs £45
  12. https://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/05/28/3-things-to-loathe-about-royal-dutch-shell.aspx Living in the Uk, that's why I bought B shares.
  13. Too big to fail certainly applies to the largest US banks. They are "system-relevant." That's why I choose JP Morgan. HSBC is losing and will likely lose more money in their asian markets. At £1.50 and lower I will consider buying. But they need to do some serious restructuring to get into decent profit area. I do not like their dividend covers: https://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/h/hsbc-holdings-plc-ordinary-usd0.50 2019: 1.00 (they paid out all of their profits! non-sequitur) 2017: 0.94 2016: 0.14 Ridiculous dividend policy of theirs - borrowing mo
  14. I like JP Morgan - too big too fail. Not a whole lot of dividend, but look at the dividend cover. Above 3.0 every year 👍 https://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/j/jpmorgan-chase-and-co-com-stk-usd1
  15. Recession proof idea: a tree nursery. That's one of the reasons I am saving for a few acres of land.
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