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FTYBR

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  1. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    1oz now sold too. Thanks
  2. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    10 gram bar sold
  3. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    Hi, will send you a message
  4. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    Updated. Currently about 5% under spot price.
  5. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    Prices reduced.
  6. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    Back on sale with 10 gram bar also for sale
  7. completed PAMP 1oz & 10g Palladium Bars

    Price now 2% under spot
  8. Hi For sale is a Pamp 1oz Palladium 9995 Bar. Asking for £615 for 1oz bar (delivered). No additional charge for special delivery. Payment by either PayPal (F&F), bank transfer or cash on collection. Any questions, please ask. Thanks
  9. Interesting (for me) chart showing performance of various asset classes over the past 15 years. And if it doesn't interest you, at least it's colourful
  10. Bargain on ebay or load of junk?

    Dodged a bullet for sure. He's even bought empty official boxes from the londoncoincompany to put them in Scumbag
  11. Trading CFDs

    CFD's are in immensely useful tool if you're a fund manager or gambler. Something like 95% of Average Joe traders lose money in their first year. Trading most indexes with tight stop losses is pointless - the day to day volatility will wipe out stops long and short before eventually resuming their trend. Everyone's always after that one big position that bags £000's - just doesn't happen. I've said it before, it's like picking up pennies in front of a steamroller (a fast steamroller!) And stop losses mean sh!t when something like the below happens (even Mini CFD's on the EUR/CHF ran up tens of thousands in losses that day and positions were frozen. Flash crashes on the main market indexes just as likely - happened before and will happen again. I'd learn how to trade options instead, much less risk but still opportunity for good returns.
  12. Chinese Pandas on Ebay

    Some pretty awful fakes! Steer clear if anyone's feeling frisky for some cheap shiny stuff http://r.ebay.com/Vj30TS
  13. PM mining shares

    Whilst I have a large proportion of my wealth in mining, I'd suggest anyone dipping their toe in here, treads very carefully. I won't name particular stocks on a public forum for obvious reasons, but feel it's worth pointing out that... over the next few years, as (paper) prices continue to get squeezed, miners are experiencing a slow death. We'll see more and more mining companies go under, or more likely be forced to issue more and more shares to raise funds at inappropriate prices (effectively killing off market cap/share price) but in doing so maintaining the salaries and lifestyles of the board. The security of the region is also massively important - there are situations in parts of South America and Africa where gold exports via land/sea are being hijacked. It's not sustainable it's putting even further pressure on margins. Companies affected dare not mention this for fear of share price capitulation/shareholder revolt. Far better to blame 'unforeseen circumstances'. Same is happening in the oil industry. If you want exposure to mining and are relatively inexperienced - stick to mining funds (and junior mining funds) or ETF's where you're spreading your investments across 50-60 companies. Those who survive this battle will do very VERY well. Just make sure you sell out in time before governments nationalise/expropriate the licenses 'for national security'. (keep tin foil hats on at all times)
  14. Purchasing Euros

    If you want a contact name at TorFX - PM me. I doubt you'll find a better rate