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Ryan

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  1. Thanks to our very own @RiverbankSilverfor these two beautiful 0.5oz hand poured crosses. Super happy with the 'oldy/rustic' vibe from the pour.
  2. It's been a while since I put a shout out for this. If you have one going please let me know.
  3. Let me know if you find any buddy, Im on the lookout for the PLandemic and Covid-1984 editions
  4. Hey all looking for a full tube of the above. Get in touch if you have anything
  5. Great idea @Roy thanks for organising
  6. Could you please identify the following in the pics please Coin case - 12 coins - square slots, in pretty decent condition - 12€ Coin case - 25 coins - two levels (20+5) and space for COAs - 13€
  7. Personally, I wouldn't say 'as a result' of the corona virus, I view the corona virus as the trigger/scapegoat. We could see deflation and inflation both simultaneously, asset deflation and monetary inflation, and dare I say it, hyper inflation. My wife is Venezuelan and has lived through the beginning stages of the crisis there, what I find quite alarming was her comment about bog roll a few nights ago - "Thats how it started in Venezuela" Could toilet paper be the global canary in the coal mine when it comes to inflation?? Just an interesting observation and something to keep an eye on.
  8. I think there will be a bit of both initially, depending on the asset class. IMO we have been in 'stagflation' since 2008' with a tug of war between inflation and deflation. How the sequence plays out depends on upcoming policy decisions... I would highly recommend the book below by Ray Dalio (Bridgewater - $180bn AUM). A very detailed analysis of archetypal credit/business cycles and 40+ case studies of various countries boom/bust cycle over the last 100 years or so. A very good road map to help navigate the coming months are years. An essential read if you want to understand Banking and Government policies and the impact they have on the cycle. You can get it free from his website, but I recommend buying the book, there are a lot of charts and graphs to flick back and forth between. Plus, it's a lovely well made book, actually 3 text book sized books in a nice box. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Principles-Navigating-Big-Debt-Crises/dp/1732689806/ref=sr_1_1?crid=16TUR7GEI6D6G&keywords=ray+dalio+big+debt+crisis&qid=1584028648&sprefix=ray+dalio%2Caps%2C401&sr=8-1
  9. Throw in some hand sanitiser and I'll take it!!
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