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Hippivet: >did anyone have any input as to the type to look at , ei. bullion, coin, bar, % thank you
Schobee: hippi…coins are good cause they are measured in quantity and purity…bullion in large bars will be hard to trade
Schobee: I think silver will be the real winner also….everybody forgets about copper but it will be the changemaker
Camdoc: Coins cost considerably more than just bullion. But yes, they are more tradable. I agree that Silver will probably have a higher rate of return.
Camdoc: bags of “junk silver”, which is pre-1964 US silver coins, are a very good way to go for hoarding around the house.
Wiz: Camdoc- exactly. Junk silver dollars too- morgans, peace- if silver is unleashed- they’ll be worth 40-50 bucks apiece imo
Wiz: Camdoc- Gold price action has been very puzzling. I hold some silver as I mentioned- just for liquidity insurance. In a traditional market, current gold prices make absolutely NO sense to me. However, I think it is NOW very much being controlled for purposes of this GCR and the ‘good guys’ are pegging it for a global balance
One11Freedom: Silver, percentage increase wise, the best!
Wiz: One11FREEDOM- some say so…relative value to gold alone puts silver way depressed. I’ve heard 400.00 silver is not out of the realm- but again, in my lifetime? tba lol
One1Freedom: http://www.silverdoctors.com/chinas-control-of-the-gold-market-jim-willie/#more-62403 China’s Control of the Gold Market | Jim Willie
Appaloosa: IMF OUTLOOK: THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND CUT ITS FORECAST FOR THIS YEAR’S GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH TO 3.4% FROM ITS OCTOBER OUTLOOK OF 3.6%. THE IMF DOWNGRADED THE OUTLOOK FOR DEVELOPING ECONOMIES TO 4.3% GROWTH FROM 4.5% IN OCTOBER. ARTICLE FOUND AT THE LATIMES.COM
FULL IMF RELEASE: https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2016/update/01/pdf/0116.pdf