I put this under tin foil hat because it is way off of the silver topic. Truely bizzar. Just more cover ups. We pay for it all and are then denied not only the information and data but the technological advances too. The elites keep everything for themselves!
" starlifter While budgeting to buy silver, rounds, junk or ASE, are there any assets you can sell that are not vital or just gathering dust. Garage sales and swap meets are great placed to rid yourself of clutter. The FIAT can then be used to buy silver "Reply To: Limited Budget.
" coinflation, as mentioned, should become your friend. Kowing the math is good, but I always have the latest coinflation updates on me when I go to auctions.
As far as obtaining it, right now it is expensive, but the $100 face bags are relatively cheap compared to what you would pay elsewher... "Reply To: Silver Eagles versus Rounds
" The formula to arrive at the price (of 90%) is silver spot price x .724. Example: Silver spot price is 19.84. So that price X .724 is 14.36 x face (each dollar). So ten dimes, four quarters, two halves would be (value) 14.36 per dollar. Now for the bad news (smile). Those who sell silver (l... "Reply To: Silver Eagles versus Rounds
" It looks like formula is .715 ozt per dollar face.....from my internet search.
So would one 90% quarter be $3.48?
At current silver price: 19.47 per oz.
(19.47 x .715) x .25 = $3.48
Just trying to figure out so I don't get scammed. "Reply To: Silver Eagles versus Rounds
" Where can a person with no much money get the 90% coins? APMEX looks expensive. And what's the formula for getting the price:
For a 90% silver quarter would it simply be the weight of the coin times .90? "Reply To: Silver Eagles versus Rounds
" I pray we never need to use our silver as barter. I enjoy a modest and reasonably comfortable lifestyle, and I would like to keep it.
In the attitude of complete disclosure, on my 8th birthday (a really long time ago)my grandfather gave me a 1923 Peace dollar. He told me to carry it always. An... "Reply To: Limited Budget.
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