- Mar 31, 2010
How can buying duplicates of keys be a mistake? Unless you're chasing a coin that's already ascended to lofty levels (eg. it wouldn't make sense to buy a half dozen MS Julia Tyler coins right now IMO), being lucky enough to multiples of a key at the original price (or close to it) sounds like a winner to me. If it would take too long to explain what they meant by that in the book then don't worry about replying HS. I just ordered the book a moment ago finally :) . Considering this book is less than $10 shipped, shame on me for waiting so long to pick it up.
I must learn to edit better. Sorry.
The BOOK I'm reading it again today for the sixth time...
I just went to moderncoinmart and ordered the SP hockey pucks to go with my dinner plates.
Remember to buy as close as you can to CURRENT TODAY'S INTRINSIC value (per Jordan's book).
cpthnsolo - you just ordered a book that will change the way you look at NUMISMATICS - read the darn thing slowly.
I know my SAINTS flattened out back in 2008-2009 and NOW I know the who, what, where, when, and the BIGGIE = WHY!
When you study the marketplace this site will really help:
every week they post current sales and recent sales stopped:
LOOK for LOW mintages to make your best bets on the future...