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MetalsMonk

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    MetalsMonk reacted to dwreck in 10oz Atlanta Mint .999 fine silver bar   
    I have a vintage Atlanta Mint 10 troy ounce bar made of .999 fine silver. Asking price is $310 +  $5 shipping
    I prefer Zelle or Venmo, Paypal works too.
     




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    MetalsMonk got a reaction from ChrisSilver in Silver for sale   
    Hi All,
    I have a few coins for sale.
    Silver Eagle 2017 Apmex Mint direct holder - 34$ - 2 
    Shipwreck Zuytdrop - 40$ - sold on ebay
    Marvel Wolverine - 41$
    Germany Beast Fafnir - 60$ sold on ebay
    Generic Owl - 31$
    Generic Prospector - 30$
    Prospector Englehard 1986 - 32$
     
    I will add shipping to this price. 
    Paypal / venom 
     
    I have individual pictures for each one of the coins but to big to post all of them here. 
     
     



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    MetalsMonk reacted to ZatStackz in World of Dragons Silver Collectors Set   
    World of Dragons Collectible Silver Set with Dragon display box. 6 oz Silver & 6 oz Copper $295 $285   Proof Album   Preferred payment through Zelle. PPFF (if you have feedback), or PPGS(+3%). USPS shipping starts at $4, up to $8 for SFRB.        
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    MetalsMonk reacted to g33x0r in LPM 2020 1oz Zeus Silver BU   
    There's still one available from one of the members on this forum.  Still under what you can find on coin dealers and/or eBay.  I wish I would've got in cheaper too, but there's always the next coin in the series to watch out for and get in on early!
     
     
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    MetalsMonk reacted to ChrisSilver in New Moderators   
    Both @richatthecroft and @trp have joined as forum Moderators  
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    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Jcollet in 2020 Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Black Flag (The Royal Fortune)   
    i thought he was asking about the royal fortune  sorry 
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    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  8. Haha
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from 5huggy in Another 5huggy "DAFT" competition! -Win 1/2 ounce of Silver!   
    1)  1035
    2) patato patato patato 
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    MetalsMonk reacted to Notafront4adragon in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Guidostackin is a great youtuber, I like his love for silver, but also he is rational about it as well as gold and unlike a lot of similar youtubers he isn't a pumper exclaiming silver is gonna shoot to the moon.
  10. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Liam84 in 1st TSF Writing Competition - Completed   
    congratz all!!! great reads and competiton!
  11. Like
    MetalsMonk reacted to Tn21 in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi, don't mean to undermine your your post. As I'm just going through the entries to cast my vote I thought I would just try and help you out after a brief skim read. Highlighted in bold are words which I have changed for your own reference and understanding. 
    Brilliant effort and good use of the English language, so well done for a very good effort.
     
  12. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  13. Like
    MetalsMonk reacted to ExUmbris in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    That is very helpful advice, thank you! I am new to precious metals as well and have much to learn. Especially helpful for me is the recommendation you made to keep track of one's purchases. I will start keeping a ledger for that purpose. 
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    MetalsMonk reacted to dicker in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hello,
    Your English is better than many of the people I work with who are born and bred in the U.K.!
    Welcome to the forum
    Best
    Dicker
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    MetalsMonk got a reaction from ChrisSilver in 1st TSF Writing Competition - Completed   
    Entry 7
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    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  17. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  18. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  19. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  20. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from Kman in How and why I started with precious metals (few tips for beginners)   
    Hi,
     
    I want to start saying that English is not my first language and to apologize about my grammatical errors. This is the first time I am trying to write about something and I think would be a good practice for me.
    I currently leave in the USA and I started stacking (buying a little silver and gold) a little less than one year ago. All this started after many conversation I have with a very good friend from UK. We meet there since I lived for about 5 year on the Island (I miss it sometimes). He was telling me about a few financial books and different ways to conserve your wealth or invest. so I started to read and read. 
    I was not educated financially in my original country as well as my parents didn't had the knowledge to teach me about money. Soon as I started to read this books and trying to find more information about this subjected I understood you need to have a divers portfolio to conserve your wealth and to invest. Since I am a beginner in all this I wanted to start with something safer and I considered silver and gold being a safe way to start. In the mean time to learn more about the financial world of investing on wealth preservation.
    When I decided to do this a did a lot of research and I started to watch a lot of more experience stacker's on you tube. I would say everybody has their own reasons why they started to stack/ invest in precious metals and before you start you will have to decide what that reason is for you. 
    To me this is two things. A way to conserve / invest some of my money and the other to have a little fun. Since I was a kid a had a coin collection so obviously when I started to learn about this it made sense for me. My main focus is to buy American Silver Eagles and Bullion coins backed by governments (Libertas, Meaple's, Britannia, Krug) and to try a get a few series I like. This way I can invest / conserv my wealth and have some fun. 
    I usually buy my coins on line (Apmex, bold etc...)also in my local city there is a monthly coin show and I try to go there once every couple months and see what is there to buy. What I try to do is to be patient and find a deal that I think is good (same deal might not be the best for anybody).I use a website to try and find deals www.findbullionprices.com is not updated all the time but it helped me especially in this time we are now (found a very good deal on 1/10 oz gold).
    l recommend you make yourself a budget that you want to spend on precious metals so you don't go all in and have to sell at a loss in case of an emergency. Do your research and don't overextend. Try to find the downside of buying precious metals and one that I can tell is the selling of gold and silver in case of emergency you might lose money. 
    Before I end a few more things I am doing. Keeping track of my purchases, what you buy, when, price, spot price, premium etc.. Stay informed about the markets and what happens in the world. Don't by on fear to miss out on something. 
    I know a lot of the successful people own a lot of gold and silver so I think this is a good start for me to understand financial world and conserve my wealth/ invest in something.
    Thank you and I hope I didn't bored you to death with my story. 
  21. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from ChrisSilver in 1st TSF Writing Competition - Completed   
    Entry 7
  22. Like
    MetalsMonk reacted to ChrisSilver in SPOT Price Bar   
    You can also turn your phone into landscape to see both Silver and Gold prices in the spot price bar.  
  23. Like
    MetalsMonk got a reaction from silverdocket in New member   
    Hi all,
    i started to buy coins a little less than a year a go. I got a few silver coins and a bar.
    Looking to get some small gold coins in the near future. 
    I leave in USA currently but I am originally from Europe.
     
    Thank you 
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