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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Silver Breaks $34 an ounce!!! Oil Super Spike!

Back in 2001, 10 years ago, I told people to buy silver when it was $5 an ounce. I said it would go over $20 that decade; also, in the next over $100 / oz. Debunkers said we are not going to use silver anymore. That is because we are leaving film and going to digital cameras. Then in 2008 it crash from 20 to 8 and they said "Oh see, silver was a bubble and you were wrong." I did now sell any. OK now they claim they always knew silver was going up. That said, they did not buy a single ounce.

Pre-1964 U.S. 90% silver coins, dimes, quarter, and half dollars are in the U.S., often referred to as Junk Silver. Good to hear that in Europe silver is being accepted as payment by some. It a good start. In some parts of Asia, silver is not regarded highly or as money. Gold is king there. No VAT in many countries on gold, including parts of Asia. Check around if you may need to travel light.
Gold is preferred here. I was astonished by the fine jewelry available in Turkey in December. I really prefer coins, rounds, and ingots, however. The jewelry I just sold here, I don't think I got a great price on. I think a solid chunk is easier to get a grip on. I just got a set of heavy silverware, all complete, for five euros. It is crazy. I see beautiful copper household objects here for sale, too, in my nabe, and wonder why there are no takers.

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