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Beginner’s Guide to Silver Investing pt 1

Beginner’s Guide to Silver Investing pt 1



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Here we explain some of the basics of investing in silver and gold – the difference between coins, rounds and bars, why smaller denominations are best, and why having possession of your physical silver is important.

25 Responses to Beginner’s Guide to Silver Investing pt 1

  1. @poormansbushcraft be careful who you buy it from – if you get assorted
    bullion then at least make sure it’s stamped by a reputable foundry…or
    just buy American Silver Eagles…that’s what I do – the premium scares
    some people off but you get it back when you sell it and pretty much
    everybody is going to trust that they are getting what they pay for

  2. @meatloafzombie No pennies…. Melting them down would be a hassle (plus
    illegal, so the gov’t will probably pass a law to have them all turned in
    some day).

  3. I WAS RIGHT!!! BUY BUY BUY!!! SILVER FUNDAMENTALS HAVE NOT CHANGED!!! DIPS
    ARE BUYING OPPORTUNITIES GIVEN BY PRICE MANIPULATORS, YES , THANK YOU,
    PRICE WILL BE IN TRIPLE DIGITS – NO BRAINER!!! BUY BUY BUY!!!

  4. We are not connected with any company, but we have both bought from APMEX
    in the past and been happy with them.

  5. @bobcanbeatyou I personally would go to a coin shop and buy only bullion
    coins like American silver or gold eagles. I never bought from ebay so I
    don’t know what to say about it. take care.

  6. @steve5123456789 It’s not impossible. Understand how fiat currency is
    produced and you would see that silver increasing drastically in value is
    totally feasible.

  7. @lifendsoon Are they coins that were made by a mint that can be trusted,
    that’s what i meant, but i already bought them.. 20 ounces

  8. I personally prefer dirhams, especially those by the WIM, to any government
    minted coins including my own. Although I wouldnt mind stacking up on some
    100 gram bars.

  9. I dont think I have ever seen a US Silver Eagle only $3-4 over spot. They
    are normally almost twice the cost of spot. As I type this, spot is $33.90
    and US Mint has Silver Eagles at $59.90 per 1 oz coin…

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  12. Excellent, non-hyped primer on why to buy silver. The need to have physical
    silver is key to preserving your buying power in an economic disaster. I
    completely agree that buying one ounce coins/bullion will prevent a lot of
    hassle in the future when you need to trade it.

  13. I recently bought (2) 1 oz .999 Sliver Buffalo coins and (1) 1oz Johnson
    Matthey bar. What other minted coins or bars I should be focusing on?