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Old 12-15-2011, 12:08 PM   #81
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I'm going to pull the trigger on a few 1/10 oz. gold and some silver. Been waiting for it to go back down.

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I'm going to pull the trigger on a few 1/10 oz. gold and some silver. Been waiting for it to go back down.
Oh my. With the premium your gonna pay on those Tenth oz bullion units you could probably buy a couple or three ounces of silver.
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Oh my. With the premium your gonna pay on those Tenth oz bullion units you could probably buy a couple or three ounces of silver.
You are probably right. But I'm planning on holding the gold for a long time. The premium will either be made up for by an increase in value, or part of a loss. I'm OK with either outcome. I just want to get some money out of dollars.
I dropped a little over 1K in my order.
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You are probably right. But I'm planning on holding the gold for a long time. The premium will either be made up for by an increase in value, or part of a loss. I'm OK with either outcome. I just want to get some money out of dollars.
I dropped a little over 1K in my order.
Cool. As long as your on top of it. So many aren't. For me, gold is "the bank" and silver is " the tender"

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Here is an interesting analysis on the current gold and silver downturn.
This guy makes me feel better about my recent purchase.

Are You Tempted to Sell, or Eager to Buy? | Jeff Clark | Safehaven.com

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