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I wonder, what has happened with Tulving? I have always been satisfied with prior orders. I have seen complaints in the past, but delayed, uncertain delivery is a problem that I would pay a little more to avoid. http://golddealerreviews.com/tulving IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE CLOSURE OF THE TUL...
One downside to gold coins in a SHTF world is, most people are completely ignorant about gold. The coins have a face value of $50 and that's probably what you would be offered for it. Someone said to me the other day, "How much is gold worth these days, like, $200?" They had no idea what the going ...
- Wed Mar 15, 2017 3:29 pm
- Forum: Gold
- Topic: Physical Fractional vs. Full oz. Gold
- Replies: 24
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My 2 cents on fractions (from a wholesalers point of view): Modern: Modern fractionals are more expensive over their 1 oz counterparts. Then again 1 oz coins are much more expensive than kilo bars. Why would you buy them? Only if you want to buy a fractional ounce because you can't afford the full ...
- Wed Mar 15, 2017 2:16 pm
- Forum: Gold
- Topic: Where and how do you purchase physical gold?
- Replies: 97
- Views: 18804
Just called Manfra, Tordella, and Brookes and the current process when buying from them is quite complicated. To get into the building you need to sign in and get fingerprinted (anyone put off yet??). Then they issue you a key card which gets you into their office upstairs. They charge 3 & 3/4% ove...
My answer: No, gold's markup does not bother me at all. It's very, very small. And insignificant. Here's my take on it (posted in another thread, so I'll just post the link): https://www.gyroscopicinvesting.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=8914&start=60 I was just reading that post. You make a compell...
I highly support the decision to buy American Eagles. I think the safe deposit storage strategy is fine, too, but I'd think long and hard about paying insurance on them. Very expensive relative to the miniscule risk. I like the idea of diversifying the storage locations and keeping them several plac...
- Wed Mar 15, 2017 1:51 pm
- Forum: Gold
- Topic: Will I look like a noob whipping out a coin balance at the coin shop?
- Replies: 8
- Views: 2857
If I were a coin dealer and a customer brought out a balance to test the coin, I'd be happy about it, unless I were an unscrupulous dealer selling the customer a counterfeit coin! I would make sure they understood how to use the balance, and give them any other tips I could about telling real from f...
I finally looked into a rider on coins in a safe deposit box. I was quoted an annual premium of a little less than 2% of the value of the coins. That seems like an awfully high expense ratio to tack onto Gold each year. That's funny. It sounds like that insurer doesn't have much confidence in the s...
The main rationale for buying bars over coins is the lower markup. In my opinion, that's insufficient reason to buy bars. First of all, we're just talking a few percent. There is very little savings to be realized in buying bars over coins. And yes, I realize that we're talking real money here, whet...
- Thu Jan 16, 2014 2:15 pm
- Forum: Permanent Portfolio Discussion
- Topic: Left Fidelity
- Replies: 23
- Views: 4583
I have all of my investments at Fidelity, and have seen no reason to switch. I, too, would be very annoyed with the annuity-selling experience you had. I've avoided that because I've never wanted their advice, so I've never taken them up on their offer to meet with me. As a true believer in the perm...
- Fri Jul 27, 2012 12:21 pm
- Forum: Bonds
- Topic: 30 Year Treasury Rate at 2.80%
- Replies: 75
- Views: 16969
"I just wish that I had ever seen the Permanent Portfolio play such a game of ping-pong before so that I could say definitively whether or not "it got game"." Exactly! I've never seen anyone play the game of Russian Roulette either, but I'm sure I don't ever want to! The gun sometimes wins. Coinci...