Went to the Bay State Coin Show yesterday. I was a little surprised at the price over spot, but for any physical PM collectors interested in going, before you ask: ASE rolls were going for $625ish; new design $675ish; gold $1,900ish.
I went to the coin expo in Manchester earlier today. I take the same approach to physical PM as you, but judging by prices and inventory I saw, I’m not sure “depressed prices” is the term I’d use!
Silver back date ASE rolls were $740; $800 for new design. Gold eagles were $2,075+ - if you...
Before you get wrapped around the axle, realize that most of the guys in this thread are invested in shares of gold mining companies or trading options and futures contracts. That’s why they are so invested in speculation and day to day data.
I look at PMs as an insurance policy against bad...
Went to the Manchester show over the weekend. Rolls of ASE were generally $585; gold eagles were generally $1865-$1900.
There was no shortage of silver, but gold eagles and buffalos were almost sold out, even with the vendors that are typically well-stocked.
Well, It’ll probably also mean that confidence in the economy is at an all time low, historic levels of inflation, poor economic outlooks, and crisis on the horizon.
Not sure why you guys celebrate this unless you’re at Scrooge McDuck levels of PM ownership.
I went yesterday too. ASEs were between $33-$36 each. Wild.
It was busier than I remember and for once I wasn’t the only person under age 90 at a coin show.
You’ll get a higher premium selling PMs here on NES than to any dealer (just sayin...)😎
Anyone have experience with collapsible water cubes? If I lose well water all the Berkeys, Sawyers, and bleach in the world ain’t gonna mean shit. I have a brook about a mile from me that I can get water from as long as I have a working vehicle.