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  1. I just revied theese 1 kilo owl münzbaren from münzland.com in germany. They Are made by Asahi refining. Not too bad looking despite some small damage on the edge on one of Them. BF1F8F85-FAE2-4DE4-9037-AFAF10DE4AD1.MOV
  2. vw1972

    Germans rush to buy gold

    In Denmark you can only buy for 50.000 Danish krones in Cash. Thats 6700 euros. And you Can only get paid 50.000kr in Cash if you sell, above that are a creditcard transaction.
  3. Normally If you want to sell private, the condition of the coin matters. If you want to sell to a dealer, they dont care about the condition, they just pay you the weight og the metal.
  4. The Fed are putting in billion of dollars in the repo market every day, and will continiue to do so through january. So its not at single or temporary event, that there is a shortage of funds in the repo market. You can see it on the feds website here: https://www.newyorkfed.org/markets/domestic-market-operations/monetary-policy-implementation/repo-reverse-repo-agreements/repurchase-agreement-operational-details We know DB received loans from the fed in 2008, because their derivatives deals are stongly connected to the other major Wall street banks.
  5. Here is a great video from George Gammon where he breaks Down Deutsche Banks financial status, and explains the possible Federal reserve Repo market bailout. Some say that Deutsche Bank is already insolvent/bankrupt, but is being Bailed out by the federal reserve via the repo market. When the next recession comes, it will be very interesting to see if DB is going to survive. And if not, we can expect an Lehman like situation, where panic erupts in the global financial system, wich again will mean Precious metals Will se massive increase in prices https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MFhQNugglXk
  6. Ive bought for European mint too. I bought tubes of maple leafs. I wasnt aware that they have 2 prices, one for "random year" og one for the current year. I havnet bought the current year ones, but I would expect these to be brand new and not handled. The random year maple leafs i received were fine, even though they where almost 10 years old, and before the maple leaf coin had the new anti copy features, so that kind of sucked. From now on I will only order the current year ones.
  7. vw1972

    Stacking goals?

    If it crashes I just buy more. Win/win, im very patient, so it will rise soner or later.
  8. vw1972

    Stacking goals?

    I stack gold for child savings, so its not gonna get sold, but handed over to my kid in when he turns 18. I buy one oz gold coin a year. I stack silver only for investment. I buy the cheapest coins, only in tubes. I buy krugs, maple leafs, eagles, philharmonics. These coins are the most known and produced in largest numbers, and therefore easiest to sell again. My goal was 1000oz but now the price is to high, so i only reached 550oz. Im waiting for the next recession to set in, and the silverprice to rise, then i will sell. I think the recession will set in maybe this year, but more likely in 2020.
  9. Do you have an opinion on the subject of this thread? Or are you just wasting our time with being a grammar-nazi.
  10. So because I am from Denmark and english isen´t my first language, that means my arguments are invalid? Well, goodbye to you then.
  11. JP Morgan has allegedly been buying physical silver and are now the Worlds biggets owner of physical silver. It is hard to find out exatly how much the have, because the ammount varies depending on what website you are reading. It appears nobody really knows how much silver JP Morgan actually has stored, but we can asume it is alot. Further more we can read that JP Morgan, while buying psysical silver at the same time has shortet and manipulated silverfutures/contracts to drive the Price down. That makes sence, that JP Morgan has shortet the papersilver Price down, so the can buy physical silver at low prices. But now my question, if this is such an openly public known thing, why Arent the police doing something about it? We know for at fact that the silverprice hasd been manipulated down, when we see suddenly millions of silvercontracts beeing dumped into the market. The reason for this can only be to push the Price down, otherwise you would sell your silvercontracts in small portions over days, to keep the Price from dropping, so you can make the most Money, like any other normal investor would do. And now the Next question: What is JP Morgans strategy? Are they stacking physical silver in order to acumulate Cash to better be able to face the NexT finansial crisis, such as the new Laws require all banks to do after the last crisis in 2007/8? Or is it a purly speculative move, where they short the prices down whilpe buying cheap physical silver. And when they have enough, they end their short positions and let the prices rise so they can sell their physical silver? If they are speculating to make Money, we can asume that its just at matter of time before they will let the silverprice loose and let it rise?
  12. In 2008 when Bear Stearns was Bailed out by the US government, the world knew we were in a big recession. Despite this gold/silver prices made a huge drop in the following months. This drop in prices goes against what People would expect gold/silver to behave during a financial crisis. Acording to this article the reason goldprices fell in the start af the 2007/2008 recession, is that the banks had spend all their money, then they borrowed gold and dumped it in the marked to make money to keep the banks from going bankrupt. When the banks dumped all the borrowd gold in the marked, prices fell because supply exeeded demand. After the 2007 recession the laws have changed, demanding that banks should have more funds to keep them above water if a new recession sets in. Therefore some say that when the next recession sets in, we will not se a drop in gold/silver prices, like we did in 2007/8 because the banks Are better financially ready to meet a new financial crisis. https://www.goldrepublic.com/news/why-gold-prices-fell-in-2008
  13. Acording to this article the reason goldprices fell in the start af the 2007/2008 recession, is that the banks had spend all their money, then they borrowed gold and dumped it in the marked to make money to keep the banks from going bankrupt. When the banks dumped all the borrowd gold in the marked, prices fell because supply exeeded demand. After the 2007 recession the laws have changed demanding that banks should have more funds to keep them above water if a new recession sets in. Therefore some say that when the next recession sets in, we will not se a drop in gold/silver prices, because the banks Are better financially ready to meet a new crisis. https://www.goldrepublic.com/news/why-gold-prices-fell-in-2008
  14. They say that historically silver moves dobble of the gold price. We saw that even more after the 2007 recession. But generally I think that the prof. funds and investors primarily put their money into gold when things are looking bad. But I personally bet on silver in the comming years.
  15. Ive bought all my silver from coininvest.com in germany. They Got everything, ive bought all kinds of coins, 1 and 5 kg bars. No problems, and they ship pretty quickly.
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