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AgCoyote

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    Arizona
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    Both

My Precious Metals

  • What I am collecting / Investing in
    Perth Mint. Royal Mint. Some Royal Canadian Mint. Pandas. Korean Tigers. Scottsdale Silver.

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  1. Ordered a random 1/4 oz Perth Mint gold Kangaroo. I got lucky and they sent the 2018 which is one I've always wanted and think is one of the better gold kangaroos.
  2. I'm collecting 2020 sovereigns. For one this is shaping up as a rather historic year and I think 2020 coins will do well in the future. The number also looks really cool with it being 2020.
  3. AgCoyote

    Eagles

    The Britannia is the most beautiful coin of the US,Canadian, Aussie,British national bullion coins.
  4. One day I hope to live in a world where there is no income tax, no property tax, no VAT tax. Merely excise taxes and sales taxes, that's it.
  5. If I had to bet, it's likely China then Russia. I don't believe the US owns the gold they claim. If they did then why do they fear a third party audit so much?
  6. AgCoyote

    Re-stacking

    LOL does minting the coin in Philadelphia really make the coin that much more valuable? They don't even put a Philadelphia mint-mark on the coin. Seems kinda silly to me but to each their own.
  7. I kind of love that KOMSCO is coming out with what appears to be a standard bullion coin. It's nice to have another in the rotation and frankly it's great that it's Asian themed. I guess Tigers/Chiwoos as semi numismatic and then a Phoenix every year. That's solid.
  8. You make a good point. I would also say another factor to consider is Basel III which makes gold a tier one asset again. We've seen how the central banks have reacted. I think it's also a game changing moment.
  9. Everything you say is true. The debt and demographic situation is dire. I'm fully expecting at minimum around a 5x, which puts it between $6,500 to $10,000. The upside is a number that would make most laugh as we are in a fiat currency world. Gold's potential value is infinity.
  10. Mintage? Almost looks like a standard national bullion coin but that's not really KOMSCO's style. I love it.
  11. 1 Kilo Silver Royal Canadian Mint bar
  12. I just got mine today. I think I'm in love.
  13. My initial interest in gold/silver stems from being a supporter of the Ron Paul campaign. I never liked the debt based credit driven Keynesian system. I abhor debt and value the freedom of being solvent. In 2008 and 2012, I supported Paul for president. In 2008 he had me because of his foreign policy stance and I liked that he was fervently against the welfare state while being principled. In 2012 my support was far more nuanced and by that time I had acquired a modest amount of silver. I began stacking silver again in 2017-18 but had never got gold yet. In 2019 I bought my first 1/10 oz Kangaroo and it was beautiful. My gold holdings while still modest are increasing rather quickly. I have to say I always wondered why silver isn't more loved by people as it very beautiful. It always made a little upset that people don't view it on the same level as gold. Then I got gold and I can understand why people view it this way. There's just something about gold that's inexplicably alluring.
  14. I have a few of them. They're very nice.
  15. Rick Rule is awesome. His explanations are always easy to follow and I appreciate his subtle dark humor.
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