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Minimalist

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Minimalist last won the day on March 16 2020

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  1. Im in the same boat. Gold can get us to that early retirement.
  2. Im assuming you still have metals? If so, here would be my three options if I was you; 1) Get the best health check you can find in the country; full MRI scan, bloods, arterys etc you name it. If the feedbacks really good hold for another 10 years and exit. 2) Again, all health checks and if you get okay feedback but dont want to chance holding I would exit in a few years (5 max). 3) Exit within a year or two, enjoy that retirement. Be under no illusions, your health is your time on earth - use the assets as a tool. Minimalist
  3. @Hunter87 This is the most sound financial advice you will ever get in your entire life and may retire early than the average UK citizen. Save at least 10% of your monthly salary into these mechanism below. Step One Open a current account (emergency fund) with at least 6 months (ideally go for 1 year - include inflation) of necessity outgoings/expenditure (In the UK ~ Base currency GBP). Make sure this is known between yourself and your wife/missus. Step Two Invest 60% of extra into Gold bullion. Hold until desired retirement. Step Three Invest the remaining
  4. Of course you were, you wouldnt admit the company as a singularity. Instead of admitting it, you resorted to engaging into a light politically correct triade that the company is wrong. Dont deny it.
  5. My point is you were debating for the sake of it. You were reluctant to admit the company was one of the parties, literally resorting to saying the company is wrong blah blah to deny the company in its singularity in relation my question. Its actual weird behaviour. Im under no illusions that its agenda driven.
  6. See, most of these notifications I get in this thread by two users in here are dishonest, disingenuous and inflammatory. People behind accounts debating for the sake of it… Attempting to bait by firstly resorting to non-colloquialist language by insinuating that the Corporation is in doubt while simultaneously refusing to admit the Corporation is one of the Parties in this case… Its pathetic and infantile behaviour. Pure agenda driven to disagree for the sake of it. Arguing with facts. Weird behaviour to be honest.
  7. You can go down that legal terminology route all you want. Its his Gold whether you like it or not.
  8. His company has the rights to the Gold. "Columbus-America Discovery Group, owned by fugitive treasure hunter Tommy Thompson, argues that it has the exclusive rights to the treasure from the shipwreck."
  9. Could be, I would be surprised if the state gives him one.
  10. Im not convinced the wait game will pay off. Hes a caged slave until he hands over his property to the state and no other paper pushing or political correctness can cover up that fact. Good find thought, HB. I havent been through ZeroHedge in weeks due to the Christmas consumption/insanity - but this event demonstrates the same totalitarianism thats being conducted in China. But make no doubt about it, the Liberals and Sheeple will deny this isnt the same totalitarianism simply because theres Star-Spangled Banners in the courts.
  11. There was a time when the merest mention of gold manipulation in "reputable" media was enough to have one branded a perpetual conspiracy theorist with a tinfoil farm out back. That was roughly coincident with a time when Libor, FX, mortgage, and bond market manipulation was also considered unthinkable, when High Frequency Traders were believed to "provide liquidity", when the stock market was said to not be manipulated by the Fed, and when the ever-confused media, always eager to take "complicated" financial concepts at the face value set by a self-serving establishment, never dared to questio
  12. Not long ago posters on this forum were doing anything to deny these sort of actions were happening. I dont know why you would portray the rules as some sort of barrier against corruption - when these laws are created against it to get away with it.
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