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Joe637

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  1. Received mine today as well. Amazing service, thank you very much!!
  2. No, you think I should?
  3. Got mine today
  4. I got my first Sovereign
  5. @Abyss It's like printing money (on a very inefficient printer..)
  6. my bad, this link didn't work, but I found it on their website.
  7. terrible, it's already up 😕 I was too late. Will watch this store though.
  8. @Goldhooked Thanks, that's still below spot. Great deal. @AuricGoldfinger So that means it's safe to buy I guess. I can assume it's genuine? I'm not passing on this
  9. Why is it so cheap? It's below spot at this price.. or am I missing something? oz = 1010 1/4oz = 252.5 at today's price. Is it a trusted dealer?
  10. Hey, if I send you the list today are you locking prices for this weekend or next one?
  11. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    @Michal Thanks👍
  12. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    I figured out that I will buy Gold Canadian Leaf and Krugerrand from gold (only ones available when I walk in the shop from the street - the one I go to buy anonymously). Silver, I will stack through the forum and some sites like goldsilver.be. I will buy a couple of smaller bars (10oz) and a lot of coins - mostly bullion. I will shop for deals and dollar cost average. I have one more question: Do you guys have any good site you can recommend to quickly check silver spot price in a couple of currencies? maybe an app? I'm interested in GBP/USD/EURO/PLN. By now, I'm pretty sure I will have to check the spot very often, and since I like efficiency, a good site/app would be great. Also, I would like to thank all of you for the information provided. It greatly helped me at the beginning of my journey. Now, I''m better equipped to look for some answers myself and continue my education, so again: BIG THANKS TO ALL OF YOU! 👍
  13. From one newbie to another: welcome! 😀
  14. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    @Frost I'll have a look, thanks! @universalcurrency Thanks for the advice @Bimetallic Very insightful - makes a lot of sense to make my whole stack liquid. I'll definitely do that. I guess it's time for me to stack a lot of bullion and maybe a couple collector coins when I learn more about them. Thank you very much for the information provided.👍
  15. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    Thanks for the advice. This is the reason why I want to buy gold anonymously - I will sell it anonymously as well if I need to. With silver, quantities are not going to be huge and getting rid of some will be relatively easy. But an important thing to keep in mind. 👍
  16. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    @KevinFlynn Great explanation! Really appreciate it 👍 Thank you. @Abyss Thanks, I will look into that I think the world after the collapse will be pretty much the same (with the exception of some people becoming poorer and some richer due to their investment choices) but just using sound money as a monetary medium. Gold and Silver will again become full-fledged money together with Bitcoin maybe for those that are tech savvy but who knows... Basically, I was thinking about my strategy a lot and here are some things I came up with: Gold: I will buy bullion coins - Canadians and Australians and treat them like a hedge against national currencies in which I don't want to store money. Silver: Since I have to buy it in the UK, as it is logistically too much of a headache to do it in my home country (geting it in there from Estonia while being here...), I will just order some bullion and collectible coins in a group order (maybe march one as I am going on holiday now and still don't feel confident enough to buy in Feb). And I will treat it as a speculative investment and allocate fewer funds there. Obviously, I will still continue to read this forum as I find it very interesting and helpful. Also if anyone has any insights or things I should know about bullion coins, feel free to post it here. Anything that isn't obvious to a novice. Again, thanks for all the info already provided 👍
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    Investing in Silver

    I also find Kangaroos ugly but they are the cheapest and gold content is the highest so good investment I guess. Although if all others sell for a premium today, that probably means that when it comes to selling, even if gold will be short on markets, those premium coins now will still sell at premium XD so hmm... With a 5kg I just wanted to maximize $/kg but the more I read this forum the more I see people like to buy coins, even big ones (like 10oz). This means that a) liquidity of those will be higher and b) you cannot go wrong with them either. All that means I need to explore the sea of coins and learn more about them to get comfortable and to know which ones I want. And if I want them cause maybe I will still go with bars. As you said, 1kg bars are a way to go for the majority so maybe I'll buy more of those. The exit strategy is a couple of years from now when fiat currencies will fail (I know it's sad but I don't believe they will last, mathematically impossible in my opinion) to a) use as currency, b) help fund a piece of land/flat. I guess in this scenario 5kg bars will be good enough but will do my research as coins may present a better risk/reward ratio. With 24k gold, as far as what I read everywhere, the bigger is content the closer to spot price I will get since the dealer doesn't need to charge me for re-melting (?). Feel free to elaborate on why this is not the best option and what would you recommend And thanks for posting BTW. Really appreciate it 👍 Thank you very much, I will check them out Thanks for the advice, I will definitely read more about it in here as well as whatever I can find in google. Any good reads you recommend for learning about investing in coins? I don't mind a book tbh. I just don't want to pay super premium over the spot just to learn that it wasn't worth it. With bars, I guess you can't go wrong in a way that they will never be below spot. thanks for the feedback 👍
  18. Joe637

    Investing in Silver

    I agree that's why I want to put the majority of funds in Gold. And since I feel confident with knowing what I want to buy as for gold Im not so when it comes to silver. Will dig deeper but meanwhile, I found this: Which means that I found a nice way of buying silver from Estonia, Vat free. Just need to read up on it and decide what to take. (How come I didn't find this earlier... 🤦‍♂️ )
  19. Hi, So I joined this forum recently and been reading some of the topics here. I learned that there are a lot of different approaches to investing/buying/hoarding gold/silver. Some people buy old coins, some buy bars, some buy a mixture. A lot of people buy from a lot of different dealers and when they have promotions which make perfect sense. I, on the other hand, have pretty much well-defined goals that I will outline below and would really appreciate experienced forum members advice. My goal is to buy some Gold/Silver as a hedge against Fiat money given current politic tensions. I value my privacy and I am not interested in collectibles but in most content/kg per $ spent. I also think that being able to liquidate holdings fast is a very important feature of a commodity so shapes/sizes matter. I will buy gold physically in a dealer shop which makes it less likely that I will get any discounts but that's ok. I'm willing to pay just a little bit extra for privacy. With silver, however, I cannot do that because of ~20% wat in EU country I live/plan to store it. In this case, I will give up my privacy and I am willing to order online from Estonia (if this is still a possibility). So here are my thoughts: Gold: 1. I will buy 1oz Canadian Maple Leaf or Australian Kangaroo coins as they are most suited for my purposes and apparently are of good quality and don't have premiums on them. They both are 999.9 which is great and are of highest quality (are they?). I know they aren't best gold/$ value as bars would be better but I don't have enough money to buy quantities in which this would make enough of a difference. Silver: 2. I'm thinking of buying a couple of 5kg and maybe one 1kg bar. Also, I think it would be nice to buy a couple of coins in case I need to liquidate some of my holdings suddenly and keep it private. Here are my questions regarding silver: - Does anyone have experience buying from Estonian dealers and then having silver shipped to you to avoid VAT. If so could recommend those dealers and tell me how the process looks like. I found this website: https://www.libertysilver.ee/en/ and some positive reviews on google but I'm kinda turned off by the fact that they have headquarters in Sweden and some law problems apparently (info on their main page) They only have coins which I think and is the only product I can buy without paying VAT. That would make the desired quantity of silver very hard logistically for me. (how you guys cope with buying silver in Europe? I envy fellow Americans tbh..) - which producers are known for high quality and content. I understand that spotting on the surface of a coin/bar is pretty common so that's why I decided that I want to invest in quality. Any other features that I need to be aware of when buying physical silver? Again, I will appreciate any thoughts and advice from more experienced forum members. If you can link any good topics that I might have missed or any site with good investment info (all I read was so generic and basic, not going deep in properties of metals, what to look for etc.). I will continue to read this forum and will update this topic with my findings and maybe with links so other newbies like myself can have the most important info in one place. Would love to see the ultimate guide to investing in silver breaking everything down from what to buy depending on goals and what to look out for etc. If it exists somewhere feel free to link it to me. For now, I will continue my education and I am very happy that I found this forum. Regards, Pawel
  20. Joe637

    Hello

    Thanks everyone for such a warm welcome 😀
  21. Joe637

    Hello

    Hi, My name is Pawel and I am interested in investing in Silver and gold. I found this forum through google and I hope it will help me on my journey.