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    Those look really nice. Very tempting. Lets hope it's not a short series for geo-political reasons.
  2. I have some 1/10 dreaming coins from Perth mint boxed and numbered. Platinum but tiny bit of colour. If interested let me know. richard
  3. Definite breakout from the iron grip of hedging. When the Cons landslide comes it means more certainty. I think we'll be up 5% in the next few weeks.
  4. No chance. I wouldn't trust Labour to run my local sandwich shop with any competence, let alone the UK economy. This is firm landslide territory. Think Thatcher or Blair levels.
  5. £ will rise not fall. Short term uncertainty for long term certainty when the landslide comes for The Conservatives. The markets always price in long, so £ will finish well up today I reckon.
  6. It's inevitable. Cashless is cheaper to process.
  7. Hi, give it some time and you might like gold too. :-)
  8. How do you know my £60 isn't invested in something better? another coin, a Lego set, etc but fundamentally I agree with your point.
  9. Sorry, don't see the appeal of these at all.
  10. Hi, 2013 1/10th gold, mint in capsule. Originally from coininvestdirect so zero worries on authenticity. I bought two so just letting one go now. £115 Also have some dreaming / discover Australia platinum 1/10 coins left. Enquire for details. Dolphin pic shown. They have a small amount of colour added to the front, very nice. £140 Thanks, Rich
  11. My advice. Become an expert in something that can be bought and sold.
  12. Reliable dealer these, used them a few times.
  13. TM can be rather pleased with her work last week. 1. EU falls into the trap of Gibraltar. By even mentioning it in their document with reference to Spain they allowed it to be spun against them. Naive. 2. Voters in light of the above will be more likely to support the government. 3. The EU concede that talks about trade need not wait for the expiry of the 2 year period as some irreconcilables had suggested. Concession by EU. Week 1 to GB.
  14. Yep, I have a few of these, not many, I'll have to dig them out. They are solid investments and with the changing image they hold a small amount of numismatic value which gives room for a bit more premium over pure bullion. You can't really go wrong with them, although personally I wouldn't go up to 1oz. My view there is if gold did ever move up quite a bit, 1oz coins and above are going to be harder to move than fractionals. Each to their own on that view though!
  15. Am fairly confident now is a good time to buy the £. We are well shot of this euro boat.