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    New Forum User - Seeking Online Purchasing Advice

    How is everyone doing today? I am new to this forum so I thought I would just take a moment to say hi and get myself familiar with the other members. I am from the West Coast, Vancouver to be specific and over the last few years I have become more interested in buying, selling and trading gold...
  2. Mark

    Opinion on Size/Weight Purchases

    Well, being new to investing, I feel like I may've made a few early mistakes, thankfully, however; I didn't invest too much in those mistakes. As stated in a previous post, if I had some spare change lying around, I'd purchase silver in increments less than an ounce. I've purchased 1 gram bars...
  3. J

    At Today's Prices Would You Buy Silver over Gold?

    I'm interested in the thinking behind your answer(s) on this one. If you were already heavily weighted towards silver in your possession, would you still be buying silver (rather than gold) at today's prices with the 57-1 ratio? Or would you buy gold to have 'diversification' in your...
  4. B

    How to select which metal to buy and sell

    Disclaimer: I have posted this elsewhere on the internet, so some of you may have already seen this. The numbers in the examples are as of the end of January, but still apply as an illustration. Assumptions: 1) Precious metals are not an investment; They are a store of value. 2) When the money...
  5. E

    Gold to Silver Ratio - what should it be?

    Curious what you guys think on the Silver vs Gold debate. Any good debates about that here? What ratio of silver to gold holdings makes sense. Been reading some interesting stuff from Sprott about supply / demand of silver looks very compelling. May main concern is central banks own gold, not...
  6. pmbug

    Declare gold or silver bullion as a monetary instrument when traveling internationally?

    Some emphasis mine: https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/332/kw/monetary%20instruments%20bullion As I read it*, you can travel with 1,000 gold bars or ingots and not have to declare them because they are just bullion (not foreign or domestic coins or currency), but if you travelled...
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