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  1. swanky


    Have you performed a ping test?
  2. Hi Dave, I will take this off you. PM incoming.
  3. £390 is no longer 10% over spot. Would you accept an offer that was 10% over spot (at the time)?
  4. But not to the same degree. An offer to buy a 'sell at spot' listing is only affected by price movements since the offer was made (hours or a few days); a 'sell at £X' listing is affected by all price movements since its inception (days or weeks). And when the weekend comes around the price is locked in for two days, time to settle a 'sell at spot' listing without argument.
  5. The issue I have noticed with gold posts selling at a specific price, rather than quoting "spot", is if the spot price increases then the seller may ignore all potential buyer messages (one recent example of this), and if it falls then there are no buyers. A gold advert can be open for weeks, and in that time the spot price can move significantly up or down. Quoting spot is practical, and not difficult to calculate.
  6. I will chip in with the viewpoint of a buyer with funds, for what its worth. Although I am building up my bullion stash and could buy more, I feel it prudent to pace myself and spread purchases out. There does appear to have been more gold listed in recent weeks, but not necessarily more buyers. @sixgun I am curious about your experience with wholesale prices differing to retail. Is this because of additional costs for insurance and shipping?
  7. That poor neglected Britannia, I shall give it a new home. PM incoming.
  8. Hi silverroller. What is your position on sale price given recent market movement? If unchanged, I will gladly take this off you with a smooth transaction.
  9. Depends how one adjusts for fiat debasement. Macrotrends use CPI inflation to adjust price. If instead Fed M2 supply is used for adjustment, then silver value is up just 50% from 2002 low, not 200%, and similar value as during 1990s. To me, indicates limited downside risk.
  10. swanky

    Gold on its way up

    I think technical analysis is hampered if it ignores M2 money supply. M2-adjusted gold price has not broken out yet from recent years average, so isn't technical analysis of raw gold price just indirectly trying to predict change in money supply?
  11. Think ahead to when you need/want to sell - where/how will you be selling? A local coin dealer? Ebay? Here? Urgently, or slowly? Then think about what your target buyer will want and pay.
  12. I will take this off you, at current spot £1202 + postage.
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