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RisinSun

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  1. RisinSun

    Congo Silverback Gorilla 2018

    I agree, very nice series and designs.
  2. RisinSun

    My stack so far :D

    Man.. I need more money
  3. RisinSun

    1 oz Silver Dragon and Tiger

    GSBE Pre Sale £23.61
  4. RisinSun

    best safe for under £250?

    Wow. That is the exact one I have, it holds two monster boxes and a slide out tray. The safe walls are very thick but what truly deters it being burgled are my 3 wild cats. I also do not own my home, I do own the wardrobe however so i just bolted it into the wardrobe floor. I didn't even straighten it up before bolting it down because I have special needs. I took some photos for your pleasure.
  5. RisinSun

    New Vera Silver Gibraltar one ounce

    Hi. What are the premiums for your gold and silver coins?
  6. RisinSun

    chard

    You're a top lad @sovereignsteve it's only waffle if there's no substance. I prefer brown nosing over arse licking myself.
  7. RisinSun

    Excel spreadsheet

    @DonWerner If you use the table function on excel and google how to use the formula function and finally, if you have various pieces of metals to compile; I really recommend making your own unique worksheet. I think it is a valuable part of the stacker's journey. @Alymac I have never been in profit, however I do not take numismatic value into account. Embrace the loss and keep on losing! Summary Spot Price Value Totals Investment Value Totals Profit/Loss Gold Stack £21,368.16 £21,841.36 -£473.20 Silver Stack £3,959.28 £5,342.79 -£1,383.51 Total £25,327.44 £27,184.15 -£1,856.71 Market Spot Spot Price Gold £971.28 Silver £12.22
  8. RisinSun

    Royal Mint didn't waste any time with the new Royal Baby!!!

    I think it was boondock saints that made me like the Irish and none of the actors were bloody Irish. Well Billy Connolly is Scottish so near enough.
  9. RisinSun

    The effort that goes in to your £12 oz silver

    Neutron stars, pulsars, magnetars all of it is amazing. What a universe we have, how insignificant are we.
  10. RisinSun

    GOLDSILVER.BE TERRIBLE !

    Awesome! I think we can close this thread now and conclude that Eva needs to chill with her keyboard.
  11. RisinSun

    GOLDSILVER.BE TERRIBLE !

    @swAgger absolutely my man. Its not so different in the UK, its just not so obvious. A person buying a luxury car gets treated differently than someone buying a second hand. Your 1000 pound order may mean a lot to you and you may think that demands respect and whatever demands you have, but to GSbe, that is probably less than 10 quid profit. I bet there is a direct correlation between customer service and raising prices lol.
  12. RisinSun

    GOLDSILVER.BE TERRIBLE !

    Steve was it repackaged properly with the same coloured tape that GSbe email you about after contents were stolen? Always have been concerned about someone stealing through delivery process and leaving no trace.
  13. RisinSun

    How do you track your stack?

    Using excel, auto formula button, auto table function is amazing too. One page for silver purchases, one page for gold, final page for summary. Summary page is linked with current spot prices and total values from the silver page and gold page. Automatically updates when a new entry is logged, I love it, its the little things guys. Today's summary shows that I am at a spot price loss of 10%.
  14. RisinSun

    Few more to change up

    Final 2018 Full Sov sold.
  15. RisinSun

    Few more to change up

    Hey Shaw. I'm interested in two possibly all three of the 2018 sovereigns. Would there be a chance for a price move as gold has gone down £15/$21 at the time of posting this.