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  1. Hello bros, I have been reading much on the www that gold is running out and that recent discovery of mines around the world are of a much smaller scale than that in the past. What are your opinions on this issue? Theoretically, gold can also be recovered from seawater just that it is not economically feasible what do you think ?
  2. when i go online to check for the all in sustaning cost of silver (AISC) i get many differing prices ranging from $10 - $15. Able to point me to the right direction for producing an ounce of silver?
  3. hi guys, I am referring to this historical chart of silver: https://silverprice.org/silver-price-chart.html In 1978, the price of silver is USD$4.67. If i just round it down to historical low of USD$4 in 1978, almost 30 years back Using this inflation calculator: https://www.usinflationcalculator.com/ the 1978 price of USD$4.00 will mean that in 2019, the equivalent of silver price is $15.60. Can i say / am i right to say that as long as we buy silver below this spot price of $15.60, it is a good/competitive price? Please let me know what do you think bros
  4. Thanks for all that replied. I have learnt a thing or 2 from you all
  5. hi guys, i have done my research on silver and realised that there is an abundance of this element. Here is one of the videos on it: Why are you still stacking silver if there is an abundance of it? Please feedback
  6. how is the liquidity of 10 troy oz Royal canadian mint silver bars? - as in is it easy to sell when silver reaches the high of $47? Am considering purchase of 10 pieces of it please advise thanks!
  7. I would like to know whether 1 Oz silver bars or coins are easier to sell on the private market? I don't know if I have made a wrong decision but currently I am owning 180 oz in total, 1 Oz pieces of silver bar. I purchased it with monetary reset in mind. However after reading through the forum, it seems to me that 1 Oz silver bars are not that easy to sell on the private market. Please let me know if it is easier to sell 1 Oz bars or coins? I have 180 pcs of 1 Oz silver bars now
  8. nice bro i was planning to stack more gold instead of silver. however, find the spot price of platinum @ $793 quite irresistible also i noticed that only 3% of platinum exist as bullion for investment purposes so am wondering if there is more upside to platinum some say that platinum may test $750 levels. what do you think?
  9. hello, have some loose cash. am thinking of squeezing the trigger for either a 1oz gold or platinum bar What would you buy if you were me? Given the current lows of platinum pricing what is your opinion
  10. Hi bro six-gun, thank you so much for your elaborate explanation . Hope to learn more from you. Take care
  11. May I know what is the conclusion? Is the gold price manipulated upwards or downwards?