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Campeon as 32 minutes ago


Hopefully back down to the $20 area!! Put those silver miners out of business...that will show us the true price of physical silver
(02-16-2013 09:16 AM)silversurfer Wrote: [ -> ]

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Campeon as 32 minutes ago


Hopefully back down to the $20 area!! Put those silver miners out of business...that will show us the true price of physical silver

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Silver Bottom

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are you still on this silver to the moon stuff? paper price vs actual price? a silver shortage? manipulation which is somehow greater than all other manipulation? is this stuff still, seriously, what you think about silver?

have you not yet realized that the people that pump these stories are selling silver? literally selling silver coins.... for fiat....

the whole thing is really goofy and reeks of a disinformation campaign.
12G, While I understand your sentiment, look at history. No more swapping fiat for gold, silver removed from currency coins after '64, copper removed from pennies in '82 and now they are talking about how even using zinc, the price of creating a penny costs more than it's own worth. The writing is on the wall, and precious metals are an excellent hedge against an unknown future. If you don't like PM's, don't buy them...
(02-16-2013 01:15 PM)SoberOne Wrote: [ -> ]12G, While I understand your sentiment, look at history. No more swapping fiat for gold, silver removed from currency coins after '64, copper removed from pennies in '82 and now they are talking about how even using zinc, the price of creating a penny costs more than it's own worth. The writing is on the wall, and precious metals are an excellent hedge against an unknown future. If you don't like PM's, don't buy them...

Good points.

Even though I don't believe there is a silver shortage, all the things you mentioned here cannot be denied. The only place to store your wealth right now is in PMs.

So far I've culled a little over 1000lbs of pre-'82 copper pennies from circulation. Canada has stopped minting them altogether and is rounding everything to the nearest nickel. The same thing will eventually happen in the US.

You're right Sober... the writing is on the wall.
i said nothing about inflation.
(02-16-2013 01:15 PM)SoberOne Wrote: [ -> ]12G, While I understand your sentiment, look at history. No more swapping fiat for gold, silver removed from currency coins after '64, copper removed from pennies in '82 and now they are talking about how even using zinc, the price of creating a penny costs more than it's own worth. The writing is on the wall, and precious metals are an excellent hedge against an unknown future. If you don't like PM's, don't buy them...

Well said.
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(02-16-2013 03:43 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote: [ -> ][Image: image_120-290x290.jpg]

Pretty good -lol
(02-16-2013 03:43 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote: [ -> ][Image: image_120-290x290.jpg]

olympic gold medals now mostly made of silver

http://money.cnn.com/2012/07/18/news/eco.../index.htm

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Next week in London, athletes from around the world will go for the gold. But as it turns out, the Olympic gold medal is mostly made of silver.

Weighing in at 412 grams -- or roughly the weight of a can of green beans -- the gold medal is made up of only 1.34%, or about 6 grams of gold.

The rest is comprised of 93% silver and 6% copper. The Olympic games have not handed out solid gold medals since the 1912 summer games in Stockholm, Sweden. (1 Year after the 1912 games,1913, the Federal Reserve was created. Hmmmmm)


Click above link to read more and watch video.

i wonder if Michael Phelps Knows His Gold Medals He won in the Olympics are 93% Silver.
(02-16-2013 06:18 PM)silversurfer Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-16-2013 03:43 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote: [ -> ]

olympic gold medals now mostly made of silver

http://money.cnn.com/2012/07/18/news/eco.../index.htm

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Next week in London, athletes from around the world will go for the gold. But as it turns out, the Olympic gold medal is mostly made of silver.

Weighing in at 412 grams -- or roughly the weight of a can of green beans -- the gold medal is made up of only 1.34%, or about 6 grams of gold.

The rest is comprised of 93% silver and 6% copper. The Olympic games have not handed out solid gold medals since the 1912 summer games in Stockholm, Sweden. (1 Year after the 1912 games,1913, the Federal Reserve was created. Hmmmmm)


Click above link to read more and watch video.

i wonder if Michael Phelps Knows His Gold Medals He won in London Olympics are 93% Silver.


Yes, the infamous "gold plated" silver medal.
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