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nee4891

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  1. That's quite a statement, there are some parts you've mentioned here that are fair points. The more i read this thread the more i agree with unlected officials and I'll put my hand up and say i never thought of this before i voted. But I'm curious to know how someone who voted remain is for a pro rascist regime, as surely if someone wanted to remain , they then know that they can move anywhere in Europe without any issues, and vice versa for anyone else and adopt a culture they aren't used to. Many remainers voted because they thought that no good has ever come out of segregation... This is quite the opposite of racism. I may have misinterpreted what you meant by this though so feel free to correct me, I'm not here for an argument 😊.
  2. Do you have capsules to go with these if sold individually?
  3. This. There are people who voted to remain, myself as well as others, that don't do this of course. This is the extreme side of the whole thing. People that see an opportunity to cause trouble because everyone else does it. "Empty vessels make the loudest noise" is the quote that springs to mind, correct me if I'm wrong. As a remainer, or someone who voted for it, I was devastated at the result and I don't mind admitting it(as it seems to be very pro Brexit on this thread). However with the last 3 years, its just been an absolute mess, and whichever way you voted its been painful to watch. and actually I'm glad this is happening, because I just hope its over soon, and we can all get on with our lives. Dividing the country over something like this was never going to end well. If any economy can survive leaving the EU, its us.
  4. Ordered mine on the 7th August and received today. I used the telephone number to order and had no issues, pleasant conversation etc. I did not have much communication through the process since ordering, however I used their live chat box to speak to them and got a reply in seconds advising my order would be with me by the end of the week. Had a text come through yesterday and it's here today! Apart from not knowing what's going after ordering, the whole experience has been just fine. Thank you for my half sovereign @TheBuckinghamCollection
  5. Ordered mine on the 7th August and received today. I used the telephone number to order and had no issues, pleasant conversation etc. did not have much communication through the process since ordering, however I used their live chat box to speak to them and got a reply in seconds advising my order would be with me by the end of the week. Had a text come through yesterday and it's here today! I wouldn't worry, I understand being in no man's land but they should honour your order, as they have mine. It might just take a while to come through which given the feedback before, I expected.
  6. Not only that. Wages have fallen behind house prices by 333% so it's no surprise, that someone in the age bracket of 18-39, struggles with buying. I'll see if I can find the link to where it says this, it was an interesting read.
  7. Good for you! We should all aim to be less attached to our smart phones, I applaud anyone who doesn't have one and has a regular phone like a Nokia just to use for calling people, no more, no less. I also think like this, especially when I go for a coffee and I see people sitting around a table, and no one is talking to each other, just on their phones. Literally makes me want to ask why they came out in the first place 🤣. Don't get me wrong they are useful, but you can see why people develop a complex when it comes to social interaction and self confidence.
  8. That entirely depends on what car you're buying though, if you have a budget of say £10k for a classic car but it needs 4k repairs after buying it (very possible if engine needs rebuild), then you're 40% in the red already of original market value, that's even if you bought it at the value its actually worth Classic cars require you knowing your stuff, or you could get burned big time and fall into a money pit. Unless you're talking silly money and get a Ferrari GTO then it wouldn't matter.
  9. They are pretty good, but just be careful you don't need the money as 25% fee will be taken upon withdrawal, so you'll actually lose money. I think also the threshold is £4000, not £3000 (even better!). Options of cash and stocks are available as well depending on your risk tolerance. If, like me, your planning in buying in 3-4 years time probably best to stick with cash but ultimately its that persons decision whichever they choose.
  10. Yes, coming up as if its not a secure site. Along with troubles checking out last week.
  11. Affiliate marketing is a good way to go, and a solid passive income. Also agree on the above, straight the point and I like it, well done and thank you :).
  12. nee4891

    When do you stop?

    How longs a piece of string, depends on numerous factors. But if you enjoy what you're doing, can afford to keep buying and your wife is even encouraging you to carry on my suggestion is don't stop! You must have quite a stash so well done . I don't plan on stopping anytime soon but I only buy 2-3oz when I can afford it. Again, circumstances for everyone are different!
  13. I bought 3 more sovereigns before the price bump, so im about £100 quid up on that, that's enough for me :). Hind sights a wonderful thing!
  14. Just an update on this, I have opened a SIPP today. Figured I could start now whilst I have the spare cash. I live within my means as well, im not flashy, never seen the point, I have a roof over my head, healthy food in my fridge and stomach, and clothes on my back, its all I need. I'm one of those (in my opinion) lucky people that never had a lot when they were growing up so the value of money has been instilled from a very young age. Thanks for all the advice guys, you've all been a great help!
  15. Since April this year the minimum contribution is 5% from the employee, 3% from the employer, so you are not wrong. I haven't seen any information in regards to the government upping this amount as of yet.