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CorpseLivesMatter 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well, piss. Guess I’ll just continue to convert my fiat to other assets. Thanks for the info

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CorpseLivesMatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Physical silver. Dollar cost average ~$25/ozt - could fall, could shoot, but something physical in your hands is nice

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CorpseLivesMatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ve been hesitant of PLT, but it has some really unique properties. It does make you wonder why the “platinum” packages for vacations, etc are always the best available. Is platinum more valuable than gold? Is it even moreso manipulated than gold and silver?

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CorpseLivesMatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

You can buy 1 lb of dogefood, mined from moo rocks, per share

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CorpseLivesMatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

There’s plenty of “premium” low mintage silver that sells for more. I bought one just for historical purposes

Edit: buy high, sell higher kek!

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CorpseLivesMatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for including the sauce! My bad for omitting it in the first place

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CorpseLivesMatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

Eh, kinda, I believe. Speaking in BTC terms only, it IS finite and requires “work” aka “mining” to produce, so it kind of is digital gold. That said, if ever there were an EMP and the lights went out, what happens to your wealth stored in digital format? Unless that happens, and I think one day it definitely could, there are some fundamentals that make it valuable in an ever increasingly technological world

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CorpseLivesMatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

I invested ~$1,300 into cryptos back when BTC was about $9k, and my portfolio is now upwards of $4,500. I’m no expert in cryptos, quite the opposite in fact, but I spent some currency on them just for diversity

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CorpseLivesMatter 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’m still buying GME with as many bananas as I can afford with my diamond ape hands, but I’m long on physical metals, including brass and lead.

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CorpseLivesMatter 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yep, and the SLV is a scam. I hope the comex gets destroyed one day, and we can get back to sound money

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CorpseLivesMatter 5 points ago +5 / -0

Paper currency is debt, silver and gold are real “money.” Hold a $1 bill and a $100 bill in your hands, mix them up with your eyes closed, and try to see if you can determine one from the other. The only difference in the two is the ink. The only thing that makes this paper currency “valuable” is the people’s trust in the system that utilizes it. The dollar continues to be devalued, and its buying power declines as inflation increases. Think of it this way: I remember my parents used to tell me that you could get 1 gallon of gasoline for $0.25, which back then, quarters were comprised of 90% silver (all coinage 1964 and older, except for nickels). In today’s current valuation of silver prices, a 90% silver quarter can still buy 1+ gallons of gasoline: https://www.coinstudy.com/washington-quarters-value.html

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CorpseLivesMatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well done! I started buying in late 2019 and have been consistently buying more all year. Bought some Cadillac pieces to resell on eBay to reduce the fiat cost of my stack. Learn to play the silver to gold ratio and you’ll be doing well in no time

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CorpseLivesMatter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Citadel has paper silver which is just a promissory note to fulfill. It’s been said that the SLV is overbought by 500:1