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JUST DO IT, wonder how long before a wack or is this the new run to three digits
The Comex delivery challenge is starting to look more complicated. March delivery will be a challenge. April may be impossible.
 

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A good time to buy was Sunday night. There were still a few 100 oz bars for < $3200 delivered and gov't 1 oz < $32.50. Forget it today. I am waiting for the smackdown to buy some more. I don't wanna chase it.

Platinum is getting ridiculous too. I think we are being conditioned to shortages and then availability at a higher price. First victim was ammo.
 

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Those reditt kids seem to be slacking off lately.
 

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The obvious way to avoid this, is to not-buy trust shares. Just take the damn bars home.

Can't do that with the quantity of silver you're buying? That's why God gave us GOLD.

I have a considerable amount, tucked away in my $500 (used) safe...with plenty of room left for my handgun and ammo.

If you don't hold it, you don't own it. If you can't figure out a way to physically hold it, than it's not the product for you.
 

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Waiting to see if the seasonal Ag & Au charts will be affected at all this year.
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A perpetual roller coaster ride which never seems to end
 

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The obvious way to avoid this, is to not-buy trust shares. Just take the damn bars home.

Can't do that with the quantity of silver you're buying? That's why God gave us GOLD.

I have a considerable amount, tucked away in my $500 (used) safe...with plenty of room left for my handgun and ammo.

If you don't hold it, you don't own it. If you can't figure out a way to physically hold it, than it's not the product for you.
What do you think of CEF?
 

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Wack ongoing bye 28
I wouldn't read too much into it. It's options expiration on the globex/crimex. The banksters are whacking "commodities" on their faux exchange to re-adjust their positions. Stack physical at lower prices while these vampires are creating a fire sale with their paper fictions.

Paper platinum was just taken down by nearly 5% in a few minutes because a few bullion banks decide to dump paper fictions onto an order book of paper fictions. These so called commodity markets are a farce.

Here's a smart guy telling you precisely what happened, and even showing video of the same guy(Marcus) predicting precisely what happened today...yesterday. Pity there are no regulators that actually care about putting an end to this blatant manipulation, and instead choose to extort payments from the crooks while "deferring prosecution".

Silver “spoofed” below $28-strike w/large call option position
Arcadia Economics


Bankster crooks be like "All we gotta do is illegally manipulate this thing under 28 with our spoofing scam, and all these calls expire out of the money!"
 
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What do you think of CEF?
Closed-end funds?

Don't know enough about them to comment.

It smacks of other subtle rule-changes made by the House, though, to favor themselves and their big players. If there's one common theme we've seen, from Robbin' Hood to revocation of Glass-Steagall to QE-ZIRP, it is that the market is being transformed, from a true capital market where anyone may enter according to understood rules, to a casino intended to fleece "Muppets," little investors without connections or political pull.