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[WTS]/[WTT] BIGGEST SALE - 4+ OZT GOLD - $95FV Junk – IRON MAN MASK COIN

I’m looking to have a major sale this weekend, hopefully some of you all can help me out.
I’d like to trade my gold for your silver – send me offers.
I’d like to sell or trade everything here.
That’s right, I want all 4 ounces of gold GONE, I’m sick and tired of looking at it! Just kidding, but I need to make moves that necessitate the sale.
Verification
Gold - Gold - Gold
1974 1 ozt Kruggerand - $1975 each
1986 1 ozt MCMLXXXVI AGE - 1986 1 ozt MCMLXXXVI AGE - $1975 each
(3) (4) 2018 ¼ ozt Queens Beast Bull - $525 each
(3) 2015 ¼ ozt Canadian Bear and Cub - $520 each
1928 0.1104 ozt Netherlands Ducat - $230 each
2000 1/10 ozt AGE - $225 each
2017 1/10 ozt AGE - $225 each
2001 1/10 ozt Canadian Maple - $225
2016 1/10 Australian Wedge-Tailed Eagle - $225
2014 1/10 Prospectors Gold and Gems - $220
(3) (4) 2016 1/10th gram Aurum Gold Liberty Note - $15 each
Government Silver - Government Silver
2020 1 ozt Australian Kangaroos - $30 each or $700 for the tube
2020 1 ozt Germania - $40 each
Junk Silver (18x - will sell in any increments)
$40FV Washington Quarters
$5FV Roosevelt Dimes
2 ozt Fiji Iron Man Mask with Box and COA - $180 each
Random Small Lot - $27.50 - Bache 1 ozt Silver Bar, (3) 1 ounce Copper
Valcambi Silver Full Combibars - $160 each
Valcambi Silver grams - $2 per gram - $1.75 per gram for multiples
9 gram silver shot vial - $9 Each
(5) 10 gram silver shot vial - $10 Each
JSB "Chonk" Hand Pour - $58 Each
JSB Rounds - Tube of (8) Sterling Rounds - $220 Each
JSB "Dome" Hand Pour - $28 Each
Shipments will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF, Zelle, Bitcoin, and ETH
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
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Copper Bullion -below spot price- is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/copper-precious-metals/copper-bullion-below-spot-price-2/

Copper Bullion -below spot price- is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/copper-precious-metals/copper-bullion-below-spot-price-2/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

[WTS]/[WTT] BIGGEST SALE Follow Up - GOLD - $45FV Junk – IRON MAN MASK COIN

I’m looking to have a major sale this weekend, hopefully some of you all can help me out.
I’d like to trade my gold for your silver – send me offers.
I’d like to sell or trade everything here.
Verification
Gold - Gold - Gold
1974 1 ozt Kruggerand - $1975 each
1986 1 ozt MCMLXXXVI AGE - 1986 1 ozt MCMLXXXVI AGE - $1975 each
(3) (4) 2018 ¼ ozt Queens Beast Bull - $525 each
(3) 2015 ¼ ozt Canadian Bear and Cub - $520 each
1928 0.1104 ozt Netherlands Ducat - $230 each
2000 1/10 ozt AGE - $225 each
2017 1/10 ozt AGE - $225 each
2001 1/10 ozt Canadian Maple - $225
2016 1/10 Australian Wedge-Tailed Eagle - $225
2014 1/10 Prospectors Gold and Gems - $220
(3) (4) 2016 1/10th gram Aurum Gold Liberty Note - $15 each
Government Silver - Government Silver
2020 1 ozt Australian Kangaroos - $30 each or $700 for the tube
2020 1 ozt Germania - $40 each
Junk Silver (18x - will sell in any increments)
$40FV Washington Quarters
$5FV Roosevelt Dimes
2 ozt Fiji Iron Man Mask with Box and COA - $180 each
Random Small Lot - $27.50 - Bache 1 ozt Silver Bar, (3) 1 ounce Copper
Valcambi Silver Full Combibars - $160 each
Valcambi Silver grams - $2 per gram - $1.75 per gram for multiples
9 gram silver shot vial - $9 Each
(5) 10 gram silver shot vial - $10 Each
JSB "Chonk" Hand Pour - $58 Each
JSB Rounds - Tube of (8) Sterling Rounds - $220 Each
JSB "Dome" Hand Pour - $28 Each
Shipments will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF, Zelle, Bitcoin, and ETH
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
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[WTS] World gold and silver - located in Hong Kong - Japanese Edo and modern money/Chinese dollars and ingots/Asian oddities/Hong Kong banknotes/Greece/UK/Cambodia/Indonesia/Straits/Laos/Maldives

All kinds of new stuff and some older stuff with lower prices for some!
Japan
Greece
Cambodia
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Laos
Vietnam
Straits Settlements
Maldives
China
British Isles
Shipping
Starting at $5.5 with tracking but free if you buy enough. Should take 7-14 working days if it takes longer contact me and I will initiate an investigation. If they conclude the package is lost I will do a full refund but it will take up to a month so you'll need patience. Faster courier services are available with starting ranges of $40-85 increasing by weight, and DHL can access some areas my local post administration cannot.
SEE HERE for where I am allowed to ship to by airmail. For instance, I can ship to all of the US now but I still can't ship to Russia, South Africa or South America. Please check first before purchasing to avoid disappointment.
Payment
Thanks for looking!
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End of day summary - 09/08

The Dow fell 632.42, or 2.25%, to 27,500.89, the Nasdaq lost 465.944, or 4.11%, to 10,847.69, and the S&P 500 declined 95.12, or 2.78%, to 3,331.84.
The major averages were sharply lower in Tuesday's trading, picking up where they left off before the long holiday weekend. Tech once again was leading the charge lower, with the Nasdaq the laggard among the major averages.
Today's selling was largely a continuation of last week, but unlike Friday, buyers appeared unwilling to buy the dip. Tesla's 21% decline was a drag on the Nasdaq, while Apple's 7% decline pressured the large-cap indices and the S&P 500 information technology sector (-4.6%). The energy (-3.7%) and financials (-2.6%) sectors followed suit amid weaker oil prices ($36.76/bbl, -2.94, -7.4%) and lower Treasury yields, while the utilities sector (-0.6%) declined the least.
Besides concerns that the market's pullback had more room to go, investors had to contend with Democratic leadership rebuffing the Senate's $300 billion coronavirus relief bill, President Trump suggesting disincentives for U.S. companies to outsource jobs to China, and reports that China's largest semiconductor foundry could be added to a trade blacklist.
Production problems at a BA 787 Dreamliner factory have prompted air-safety regulators to review quality-control lapses potentially stretching back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend. This morning, Boeing said in a statement to media outlets that inspections stemming from production problems of its 787 Dreamliners are slowing deliveries.
AAPL announced an event, to be held from Apple Park on September 15, without offering details on the nature or contents of the meeting. Bloomberg is reporting the event will be focused on the iPad, not the company's new iPhone models.
The prospect of potential retaliation on U.S. semiconductor companies was an additional drag on the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index (-4.7%). Separately, Boeing (BA 161.08, -9.97, -5.8%) provided a disappointing update, saying 787 Dreamliner production problems have slowed the pace of deliveries.
Among the noteworthy gainers was NKLA, which surged +40.8% after GM, +7.9% formed a strategic partnership that was well-received by investors. WDIS, +1.7% was upgraded to Buy from Hold at Deutsche Bank.
Among the notable losers was CRBP, which fell 74% after its RESOLVE-1 Phase 3 study did not meet its primary endpoint. Also lower was ACMR, which declined 26% after Needham analyst N. Quinn Bolton downgraded the stock to Hold from Buy, saying that the company's business outlook could weaken due to its "material exposure" to Chinese chip giant SMIC. The downgrade follows reports that the Pentagon proposed for SMIC to be added to U.S. government trade blacklist.
U.S. Treasuries saw increased buying interest amid the decline in equities but closed off highs. The 2-yr yield declined two basis points to 0.14%, and the 10-yr yield declined four basis points to 0.68%. The U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.8% to 93.46. Oil prices were pressured by Saudi Aramco lowering its prices for buyers in Asia and the U.S. due to sluggish demand.
Elsewhere, Stoxx 600 provisionally closed over 1% lower, with the tech sector falling another 2% as almost all sectors and major bourses fell into negative territory. Stocks in Asia-Pacific were higher on Tuesday, as Japan released revised gross domestic product figures for the second quarter.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index climbed 0.8% to 93.46, recording its sixth consecutive advance.
In emerging markets, Turkey’s lira hit another record low and Russia’s rouble sagged to its lowest since April amid ongoing talk about fresh Western sanctions.

Treasury

Treasuries overtook their opening levels as the stock market opened for the day, but the buying pressure faded shortly thereafter, allowing Treasuries to inch back to their starting levels as the day went on. Today's $50 bln 3-yr note auction was met with lukewarm demand but Treasuries of most tenors remained near their midday levels into the close.

Commodity

WTI crude futures settled sharply lower by 7.4%, or $2.94, to $36.76/bbl. Prices were pressured by Saudi Arabia reducing October prices for buyers in Asia and the U.S. Gold futures settled $8.90 higher (+0.5%) to $1,943.20/oz, recouping earlier declines, as pressure from equities pushed investors into the yellow metal.
Gold’s gains came despite a stronger dollar, which rose 0.7% against rivals. Investors are now awaiting an ECB policy meeting due on Thursday, while the U.S. Federal Reserve’s next meeting is scheduled for next week.

Crypto

Bitcoin is again proving itself to be a bit too correlated with financial markets for comfort, continuing to slide right alongside stocks.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks +20.9% YTD
  • Spoos +3.1% YTD
  • Old man -3.6% YTD
  • Russy -9.7% YTD

COVID-19 news

In COVID-19 news, Florida reported 650,092 cases of the virus versus 648,269 the previous day, while California reported a 2,676 increase in cases from the prior day.
The CEOs of AZN, BNTX, GSK, JNJ, MRK, MRNA, NVAX, PFE and SNY announced a pledge, outlining a "united commitment to uphold the integrity of the scientific process as they work towards potential global regulatory filings and approvals of the first COVID-19 vaccines." The statement reads in part: "We, the undersigned biopharmaceutical companies, want to make clear our on-going commitment to developing and testing potential vaccines for COVID-19 in accordance with high ethical standards and sound scientific principles. The safety and efficacy of vaccines, including any potential vaccine for COVID-19, is reviewed and determined by expert regulatory agencies around the world, such as the United States Food and Drug Administration. FDA has established clear guidance for the development of COVID-19 vaccines and clear criteria for their potential authorization or approval in the US. FDA's guidance and criteria are based on the scientific and medical principles necessary to clearly demonstrate the safety and efficacy of potential COVID-19 vaccines. More specifically, the agency requires that scientific evidence for regulatory approval must come from large, high quality clinical trials that are randomized and observer-blinded, with an expectation of appropriately designed studies with significant numbers of participants across diverse populations...We believe this pledge will help ensure public confidence in the rigorous scientific and regulatory process by which COVID-19 vaccines are evaluated and may ultimately be approved. We believe this pledge will help ensure public confidence in the rigorous scientific and regulatory process by which COVID-19 vaccines are evaluated and may ultimately be approved." The companies also pledged to "only submit for approval or emergency use authorization after demonstrating safety and efficacy through a Phase 3 clinical study that is designed and conducted to meet requirements of expert regulatory authorities such as FDA."

AH news

  • Slack Technologies EPS beats by $0.03, beats on revenue. Reports paying customers of 130k +30%. Shares down by 15%.
  • Snowflake prices $75-85 IPO with Salesforce, Berkshire Hathaway set to buy
  • Lululemon slips after earnings beat, execs cautiously optimistic on back half
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[WTS] Silver, Gold, Hand Pours - PLEASE READ new process for sales at bottom of post

Verification - Additional transaction Details Below - Reasonable offers welcome, especially on larger buys - I try to list based on prices available online
Random Small Lot - $35 - (3) 1 ounce Copper, 1964 Toned Washington, Bache 1 ozt Silver Bar
Silver - More Silver - Hand Pours - Silver Shot - Germania
(4) 1 ozt 2020 Germania Coin with COA - $40 Each
(6) 1 ozt Walking Liberty Round - $26.50 Each
(2) 1 ozt Aztec Calendar Round - $30 Each
1/2 ozt 2018 Perth Year of the Dog Coin - $16 Each
100 gram silver Valcambi Bar - $160 Each
(79) 1 gram silver Valcambi Bar - $2 Each
9 gram silver shot vial - $9 Each
(9) 10 gram silver shot vial - $10 Each
86 gram silver shot bottle - $86 Each
JSB "Chonk" Hand Pour - $60 Each
JSB "Stay Clean" Round Hand Pour - $28 Each
JSB Rounds - Tube of (8) Sterling Rounds - $225 Each
JSB "Dome" Hand Pour - $30 Each
Gold
(4) 1/10th gram 2016 Gold Aurum Note - $16 each
(4) 1 gram 2020 Canadian Maple Gram - $75 each
Netherlands 1 Ducat Coin - $230 each
Shipments will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF, Zelle, Bitcoin, and ETH
TRADE OPTION - Open to all sorts of trade offers: my silver for your interesting coins and rounds, my BU silver for your *damaged silver, my hand pours for your silver and *damaged silver (damaged silver trades need to have a weight ratio somewhat in my favor and they are based on current ASW of items)
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
*********In order to streamline buy/sell points and feedback I am instituting a new process. After an order is established I am going to ask buyers to send me an email with their order - this email address will be used exclusively for sales. Once their order is received, they will send me another email stating this fact and sending a link to their original comment on my WTS post so I can finalize the points. This will allow me to have a solid list of sales separate from other reddit messages and chats that overwhelm my inbox.
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End of day summary - 09/23

The Dow fell 525.05, or 1.92%, to 26,763.13, the Nasdaq lost 330.65, or 3.02%, to 10,632.98, and the S&P 500 declined 78.65, or 2.37%, to 3,236.92.
The S&P 500 dropped 2.4% on Wednesday in a broad-based retreat that reflected cash-raising efforts. The Nasdaq Composite fell 3.0%, the Russell 2000 fell 3.0%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.9%.
U.S. equity futures were firmer in early trading following an agreement on a continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown and J&J announcing that it has begun a large phase 3 trial of its COVID-19 vaccine. However, the early gains did not hold and the major averages were all in the red by midday.
All 11 S&P 500 sectors closed sharply lower between 1.1% (health care) and 4.6% (energy), and traditional safe-haven assets did not see the usual appreciation in times of equity weakness.
An initial weakness in the mega-cap stocks, however, gradually spilled over to the broader market, and the negative price action appeared to reinforce the idea that the market's recent pullback may not yet have run its course. The CBOE Volatility Index increased 6.4% to 28.58, which was a relatively modest gain.
Losses steepened in the afternoon without much interest to buy the dip. Shares of AAPL fell 4% while TSLA fell 10% post-Battery Day. On a related note, UBS resumed coverage on Apple with a Neutral rating, versus a prior Buy rating.
Data from the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering shows there are now 31.7M confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, including 6.9M in the U.S., and 972,372 deaths due to the disease, including 201,000 in the U.S.
Separately, the House passed a government funding bill through Dec. 11 that the Senate is expected to pass later this week. Notwithstanding this piece of good news, general uncertainty surrounding the election, the coronavirus, and the economy likely increased the cash appeal.
In other auto news, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he will "aggressively move the state further away from its reliance on climate change-causing fossil fuels while retaining and creating jobs and spurring economic growth," issuing an executive order requiring sales of all new passenger vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035 and additional measures to "eliminate harmful emissions from the transportation sector."
Among the notable gainers was WDC, which rose 6.7% after the company announced that it is reorganizing and creating separate business units for its Flash and Hard Drive product businesses.
Among the notable losers was JPM, which was lower by 1.6% after Bloomberg reported that the bank is set to pay close to $1B to resolve market manipulation investigations by U.S. authorities into its trading of metals futures and Treasury securities.
Additionally, shares of DAL fell 2.2% as Bloomberg said that the airline is in talks with EADSY to delay at least 40 aircraft deliveries planned for this year due to the airline's struggles with a travel market hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Elsewhere, European stocks closed higher Wednesday as investors reacted to key data releases from the euro zone and weighed up the possibility of further stimulus measures for the region. Stocks in Asia-Pacific were mixed on Wednesday.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.4% to 94.32, reaching its best level in nearly four months.

Treasury

U.S. Treasuries ended Wednesday on a modestly lower note, but once again, intraday action was confined to a narrow range. The trading day started with modest losses after overnight action saw a rally in European markets, which reflected a rebound in risk tolerance. However, that rebound was short-lived, resulting in a slide into the European close and more weakness on Wall Street.

Commodity

Oil rose more than 1% on Wednesday, supported by U.S. government data that showed crude and fuel inventories dropped last week, although concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic capped gains. Spot gold dipped 1.5% to $1,870.11 per ounce, having hit its lowest since Aug. 12 at $1,865.03.

Crypto

Bitcoin fell as investors sold equities, gold and other fiat currencies on renewed coronavirus concerns.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks +18.5% YTD
  • Spoos +0.2% YTD
  • Old man -6.2% YTD
  • Russy -13% YTD

What Patrick, the Cat says?

The S&P 500 is down 5.3% in September while the Nasdaq Composite is down 6.9%. The market could go either way today (to state the obvious).
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End of day summary - 09/11

The Dow rose 131.06, or 0.48%, to 27,665.64, the Nasdaq lost 66.05, or 0.60%, to 10,853.55, and the S&P 500 advanced 1.78, or 0.05%, to 3,340.97.
Traders at /thewallstreet cheered as volatility returned to the stock market.
The major averages finished Friday's trading in mixed fashion, as dip buyers provided support for the Dow and the continued tech selloff made the Nasdaq the laggard once again. The chances for another round of fiscal stimulus ahead of the election were hurt yesterday after Democrats stopped the passage of the "skinny" GOP package, but the U.S. economy looks poised for a strong rebound in Q3, corporate earnings continue to largely overshoot pessimistic forecasts and the Fed remains "all in," leaving investors to mull the cross-currents.
Similar to the days before, today's price action was technically-oriented given the absence of market-moving news and the losses in stocks like AAPL, -1.3%, AMZN, -1.9%, and MSFT, -0.7% on no specific corporate news. Apple shares fell 7.4% this week.
The difference today was that their losses were offset by relative strength in the cyclical sectors, namely industrials (+1.4%), materials (+1.3%), and financials (+0.8%). Still, when Apple and Amazon are down more than 1.0%, there must be more winners than losers to make a meaningful difference.
There were more of the latter on Friday, as declining issues outpaced advancing issues at the NYSE and Nasdaq. The information technology (-0.8%), consumer discretionary (-0.3%), and communication services (-0.3%) sectors ended the day in negative territory due to their exposure to the mega-cap stocks.
Interestingly, the S&P 500 was down as much as 0.9% intraday and fell below its 50-day moving average (3322). A broad rebound in the afternoon, however, helped the benchmark index turn positive and close above the key technical level.
In TikTok news, President Trump said that the deadline established for China's ByteDance to sell video-sharing service TikTok's U.S. operations would not be extended, Reuters reported. "It'll either be closed up or they'll sell it," the president told reporters, adding, "There will be no extension of the TikTok deadline." MSFT in partnership with WMT and Oracle have been seen as the leading suitors to purchase TikTok's operations in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Subsequently, Reuters reported that Chinese officials are so opposed to a forced sale of TikTok's U.S. operations that they would prefer to see the app shut down in the U.S. over that conclusion. Reuters noted that China was willing, if needed, to use revisions it made to a technology exports list on Aug. 28 to delay any deal reached by ByteDance.
Electric vehicle hopeful NKLA continued its fight this morning with a short-seller, which now appears to be "short-sellers." Nikola issued a statement in response to claims made about the company by activist short-seller Hindenburg Research yesterday, calling the firm's report "a hit job for short sale profit driven by greed." Nikola, which added that it has "nothing to hide and we will refute these allegations," announced that it has retained law firm Kirkland & Ellis to evaluate potential legal recourse and intends to bring the actions of the short-seller, together with evidence and documentation, to the attention of the SEC. Following the company's press release regarding the response, Andrew Left's Citron Research said via Twitter, "Congrats to Hindenburg for exposing what appears to be a total fraud with $NKLA. Citron will cover half of all legal expenses. You can't SLAPP the truth away. Explains why Milton sold at $10 this June $NKLA response warrants an SEC investigation to maintain integrity of EV mkt." After having dropped 11% on Thursday, Nikola shares fell a further 14.5%.
Meanwhile, CNBC reported that AAPL has updated its App Store guidelines ahead of the release of iOS 14, with one major revision relating to game streaming services. The tech giant said in its revised guidelines that services such as Google Stadia (GOOG) and Microsoft xCloud are explicitly permitted, though under the condition that games offered in the service must be downloaded directly from the App Store, not from an all-in-one app.
Among the noteworthy gainers was Shares of ORCL, which was in focus after the company reported what Barclays analyst Raimo Lenschow called a "surprisingly strong beat" and growth on licenses despite the continued macro uncertainty. NOG, which rose 1.3% after acquiring interests in the Delaware Basin and raising Q3 production guidance. Also higher was CX, which gained 8.3% in New York after Morgan Stanley analyst Nikolaj Lippmann upgraded the stock to Overweight from Equal Weight.
Among the notable losers was AMRS, which dropped 25.8% after responding to a lawsuit filed by Lavvan against the company for patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation. Also lower was CHWY, which declined 9.8% after reporting some cats have tried to take over the company with whiteclaws.
Despite a blowout fiscal Q4 report, PTON were 4.2% lower following last night's from the fitness products and services provider.
Elsewhere stocks were higher, with the Shanghai composite up 0.79% to around 3,260.35 while the Shenzhen component rose 1.57% to about 12,942.95. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index advanced 0.78% to end its trading day at 24,503.31.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index (93.35, +0.01, unch) reclaimed its overnight loss, gaining 0.7% for the week.

Treasury

U.S. Treasuries ended the abbreviated week with modest gains across the curve. The cash session started with some light selling for the second day in a row, but the market recovered from the early dip with ease.

Commodity

Gold slipped on Friday on a lack of further stimulus from the European Central Bank and the U.S. government, but for the week the safe-haven metal was set to end higher. Crude remained on track for a second weekly drop as investors expected a global glut to persist if demand weakens further with rising COVID-19 cases in some countries.

Crypto

Bitcoin is struggling to gather upside traction despite repeated defense of support at $10,000. The top cryptocurrency’s sell-off from the August high of $12,476 looks to have come to a halt near $10,000 over the past seven days.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks +21.0% YTD
  • Spoos +3.4% YTD
  • Old man -3.1% YTD
  • Russy -10.3% YTD

CPI

Total CPI increased 0.4% m/m while core CPI, which excludes food and energy, also rose 0.4%. Those gains left total CPI up 1.3% yyr and core CPI up 1.7% yyr.
The key takeaway from the report, which featured the largest increase in the index for used cars and trucks (+5.4%) since March 1969, is that the increase in the all items index was broad-based; nonetheless, annual inflation rates are still running well below 2.0%, so there is still more noise than bothersome policy signal in the August report.

IPO (Most Anticipated)

Week of Sep14-18
  • Company: AMWL Amwell (NYSE) | Leading telehealth company enabling digital delivery of care for healthcare’s key stakeholders | Initial Shares: 35.0 M | Initial Range: $14.00-16.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Piper Jaffray, UBS, Credit Suisse, Cowen
  • Company: BNL Broadstone Net Lease | REIT that acquires, owns, and manages primarily single-tenant commercial real estate properties | Initial Shares: 33.5 M | Initial Range: $17.00-19.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, BMO Capital Markets, Morgan Stanley, Capital One Securities, Truist Securities
  • Company: FROG JFrog (Nasdaq) | Developer of an end-to-end, hybrid, universal DevOps platform | Initial Shares: 11.6 M | Initial Range: $33.00 -37.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, BofA Securities
  • Company: SNOW Snowflake (NYSE) | Developer of a data cloud platform that enables customers to consolidate data into a single source to drive business insights | Initial Shares: 28.0 M | Initial Range: $75.00-85.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Allen & Co, Citigroup
  • Company: STEP StepStone Group (Nasdaq) | Global private markets investment firm | Initial Shares: 17.5 M | Initial Range: $15.00-17.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, UBS Investment Bank
  • Company: SUMO Sumo Logic (Nasdaq) | Pioneer of Continuous Intelligence, a new category of software, which enables organizations to address opportunities presented by digital transformation and cloud computing | Initial Shares: 14.8 M | Initial Range: $17.00-21.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, RBC Capital, Jefferies
  • Company: U Unity Software (NYSE) | Leading platform for creating and operating interactive, real-time 3D content | Initial Shares: 25.0 M | Initial Range: $34.00-42.00 | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, BofA, Barclays, William Blair
Week of Sep21-25
  • Company: PLTR Palantir Technologies (NYSE) | Software developer for defense, intelligence agencies, law enforcement, and commercial enterprises | Initial Shares: 244.2 | Initial Range: NA | Priced On: NA | Opened: NA | Underwriters: Lead: Direct Listing

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six pack
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Mickey Mouse
Youtube
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McDonalds
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Superman
tooth
sunflower
keyboard
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snowflake
fish
Twitter
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excavator
canister
model
flight attendant
ghost
pig
key
banana
tomato
axe
line
present
duck
alien
peas
gem
web
grapes
corn
can
fairy
camel
paper
beak
corner
penny
dig
link
donkey
fox
rug
drip
hunter
horn
purse
gumball
pony
musket
flea
kettle
rooster
balcony
seesaw
stork
dinner
greed
bait
duel
trap
heist
origami
skunk
coaster
leather
socket
fireside
cannon
ram
filter
alpaca
Zelda
condiment
server
antelope
emu
chestnut
dalmatian
swarm
sloth
reality
Darwin
torpedo
toucan
pedal
tabletop
frosting
bellow
vortex
bayonet
margarine
orchid
beet
journey
slam
marmalade
employer
stylus
spoiler
repeat
tiramisu
cuckoo
collapse
eskimo
assault
orangutan
wrapping
albatross
mothball
evaporate
turnip
puffin
reeds
receptionist
impact
dispenser
nutshell
procrastination
architect
programmer
bricklayer
boat
bell
ring
fries
money
chair
door
bee
tail
ball
mouse
rat
window
peace
nut
blush
page
toad
hug
ace
tractor
peach
whisk
hen
day
shy
lawyer
rewind
tripod
trailer
hermit
welder
festival
punk
handle
protest
lens
attic
foil
promotion
work
limousine
patriot
badger
studio
athlete
quokka
trend
pinwheel
gravel
fabric
lemur
provoke
rune
display
nail file
embers
asymmetry
actor
carpenter
aristocrat
Zuma
chinchilla
archaeologist
apple
hat
sun
box
cat
cup
train
bunny
sound
run
barrel
barber
grill
read
family
moose
boil
printer
poster
sledge
nutmeg
heading
cruise
pillar
retail
monk
spool
catalog
scuba
anteater
pensioner
coyote
vise
bobsled
purity
tailor
meerkat
weasel
invention
lynx
kendama
zeppelin
patient
gladiator
slump
Capricorn
baklava
prune
stress
crucible
hitchhiker
election
caviar
marmot
hair roller
pistol
cone
ant
lock
hanger
cap
Mr. Meeseeks
comedy
coat
tourist
tickle
facade
shrew
diva
patio
apricot
spelunker
parakeet
barbarian
tumor
figurine
desperate
landlord
bus
mug
dog
shark
abyss
betray HUH SO HARD
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[WTS] Silver, Gold, Hand Pours - PLEASE READ new process for sales at bottom of post

Verification - Additional transaction Details Below - Reasonable offers welcome, especially on larger buys - I try to list based on prices available online
I need to raise some USD for a couple bills and some pouring tools
Random Small Lot - $35 - (3) 1 ounce Copper, 1964 Toned Washington, Bache 1 ozt Silver Bar
Silver - More Silver - Hand Pours - Silver Shot - Germania
(4) 1 ozt 2020 Germania Coin with COA - $40 Each
(6) 1 ozt Walking Liberty Round - $26 Each
(2) 1 ozt Aztec Calendar Round - $29 Each
(20) 1 ozt Buffalo Round - $26 Each
1/2 ozt 2018 Perth Year of the Dog Coin - $16 Each
(2) 1 ozt APMEX Bar - $26 Each
100 gram silver Valcambi Bar - $160 Each
(79) 1 gram silver Valcambi Bar - $2 Each
9 gram silver shot vial - $9 Each
(9) 10 gram silver shot vial - $10 Each
86 gram silver shot bottle - $86 Each
JSB "Chonk" Hand Pour - $60 Each
JSB "Stay Clean" Round Hand Pour - $30 Each
JSB Rounds - Tube of (8) Sterling Rounds - $225 Each (Willing to trade for scrap sterling)
JSB "Dome" Hand Pour - $30 Each
Gold
(4) 1/10th gram 2016 Gold Aurum Note - $15 each
(4) 1 gram 2020 Canadian Maple Gram - $75 each
Netherlands 1 Ducat Coin - $225 each
1/4 ozt 2018 Queen's Beast Bull (Obverse Damage) - $500 each - or $500 for a hand pour made from it - with a video of the melting process
Shipments will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF, Zelle, Bitcoin, and ETH
TRADE OPTION - Open to all sorts of trade offers: my silver for your interesting coins and rounds, my BU silver for your *damaged silver, my hand pours for your silver and *damaged silver (damaged silver trades need to have a weight ratio somewhat in my favor and they are based on current ASW of items)
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
*********In order to streamline buy/sell points and feedback I am instituting a new process. After an order is established I am going to ask buyers to send me an email with their order - this email address will be used exclusively for sales. Once their order is received, they will send me another email stating this fact and sending a link to their original comment on my WTS post so I can finalize the points. This will allow me to have a solid list of sales separate from other reddit messages and chats that overwhelm my inbox.
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[WTS] Flash Sale: Lots of Gold & Silver

UPDATED! SEE BELOW

Reference: Gold spot: $2,032, Silver Spot: $28.32 (8/7/20)

It is a little disappointing to put together a large post only to have spot prices shoot up and make your prices obsolete. But I suppose there are bigger problems than making your product more valuable. With the 48 hour rule between posts, I will try to list a few small lots for sale and then may update this as things sell off.

Tonight is international night.

GOLD LISTINGS
Gold proof: https://imgur.com/a/ATlg8n1

(21) Netherlands Gold 10 Guilders. These are a great looking world coins and a good small fractional size. Contain 0.1947 troy oz/ea — Melts about $400. $410/ea (20 left)

(2) Austrian Ducat 4 gold coin (1915), 0.4438 troy oz gold/ea — Melts over $900. $915/ea

(14 6) 20 Franc (9 4 roosters, 2 Swiss, 1 French Empire (Napolean III, I believe) -- 0.1867 troy oz of gold/ea — Melts about $380. $390/ea

(1) Gold Sovereign, contains 7.315g gold/ea (1902) — Another good looking, classic small fractional world coin. Melts about $480. $490

SILVER LISTINGS
Silver Proof1: https://imgur.com/a/fnSrKlr
Lot of World Silver. World silver has been very hot. Disclaimer: I do not know much about world silver. I am going to describe the base case. If there is anything more of value in here, then good for the buyer. Selling 100+ world silver coins: approx. 9.20 ozt ASW per catalog. Nations represented: Netherlands (incl. overseas territories), Great Britain, Philippines, Sweden, etc. Some coins are low grade (slicks from 1700's and 1800's like a Capped Bust dime and a few holed pieces. Tried to group all holed pieces together in the photo) but several really nice coins too (sharp Australian 6p, etc). Most are avg circulation. Melts about $260.50. $270
(1918) Queen’s Beasts Series 2 oz Falcons. I went to do comps on these and cheapest I can find them is findbullionprices @ $132/ea. Honestly, I don't understand it. Would appreciate any input as to why the outrageous premium. I will let these go individually for $100. If you can provide me with a legitimate national source for these at a lower rate, I may very well change the price. $100/ea

Silver Proof2: https://imgur.com/a/NXw6qp4
Lot of fractional silver rounds, 1.35 ASW (1/4 oz indian head, 1/4 oz walking liberty, 1/4 oz buffalo nickel, 1/10 oz indian head x 3, buffalo, Morgan). Sold only as a lot. $55

Silver Proof3: https://imgur.com/a/y5CHEF4
Large lot of Canadian — further info on request. Prefer to sell this in larger lots grouped together, not piecing it out or small lots. Whole lot melts about $2,250 by my count. Take the whole lot for $2,285, or:
—$1.75fv, .925 — $35 —$20.25fv, ’67-’68, 50% (all quarters, one dollar) — $133 —$164.35fv, pre ’67, 80% (includes 65 $1) — $1,700 —1976 Montreal Olympic .925 $10 commemoratives x 9, 1.4454 troy oz/ea — $42.50/ea —1972 .925 $25 Cayman Island Silver Anniversary x 1, 1.5271 troy oz — $45 

UPDATE
Update proof: https://imgur.com/a/qXbeAkE
A herd of buffalo and a convocation of eagles
5 — 2006, 2007 American Gold Buffalo Proof in OGP, $2180/ea
16 -- various date + Roman Numeral 1/2 oz American Gold Eagles, $1,085/ea various dates, $1,090 Roman numeral
3 — ‘98, ‘99, ‘ 00 1 oz American Gold Eagles, $2,130ea

https://imgur.com/a/JHJyC1d

1oz American Arts Medal, $2,040!! I’ll throw in the copper for free!


TERMS: All eligible items are verified with a sigma precious metal verifier or Kee gold tester. Prices are generally based on the underlying spot price. Large fluctuations in spot prices could affect the price of items listed. Shipping will generally be at cost. USPS first class starts @ $4, SFRB @ $8.50, signature @ $2.50. Will insure for 1.1% of purchase price. Shipping is at buyer’s risk. All items will be tracked, but I cannot be responsible for what happens on your porch. Would recommend delivery to a secure box for precious metals. Accept in order of preference: 1st — Zelle or Venmo; 2nd — PPFF (no comments), PPG&S @ +3.0%; Last resort: I have recently acquired the ability to accept Bitcoin, but am still learning. Be patient and fees will be at buyer’s expense, but I will try to work with you if other options do not suffice. Other forms of payment will be considered. Thank you!
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WTS Slim Dungarees 32 (Olive), Slim Dungarees 31 (Charcoal), New Way Shorts 30 (Copper Dawn), based in Europe, not WTF

I'm based in Europe (but ship everywhere) and accept Revolut, SEPA, PayPal (buyer pays fees), ACH transfer, and bitcoin. Price $160. Shipping to Europe $15, rest of the world $25.
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Bitcoin is a 100% counterfeit-proof store of value.

Bitcoin is a 100% counterfeit-proof store of value. submitted by sirlancelot1200 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin is the new gold

Bitcoin Compared to Gold

Gold is expensive to store securely.
Gold is extremely expensive and slow to transport securely, especially large amounts.
Gold is heavy, it takes up space.
You can't walk very far carrying a lot of gold. You can't swim at all with more than a few coins of gold.
Gold can be confiscated. Gold has already been confiscated by the US government.
Highway robbers, corrupt border guards, pirates, and others can merely kill you, then take any gold you were transporting.
Tungsten's density is very close to that of gold. There are now gold-coated tungsten bars in circulation. It requires special equipment and know-how to detect gold-coated tungsten.
Gold has intrinsic value, but it's on par with aluminum and copper. Besides, the point of money is to have little or no intrinsic value.

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Bitcoin is easy and inexpensive to store securely.
Bitcoin is inexpensive to transport, and compared to gold, transporting Bitcoin is 'instantaneous'.
Bitcoin weighs nothing and takes up little, if any space.
Bitcoin cannot be detected and can pass right through any border or airport.
Bitcoin won't stop refugees from walking long distances, nor from swimming across rivers.
Bitcoin cannot be confiscated. Robbers, pirates, corrupt cops, soldiers, etc. won't know you own any (unless you tell them), and they cannot merely kill you and take your Bitcoin.
Bitcoin can be sent across the Internet.
Bitcoin has no intrinsic value.

Intrinsic Value

Money does not need intrinsic value. In fact, the whole idea of money is to use something with little or no intrinsic value in order to facilitate trade. When people trade items with intrinsic value for other items with intrinsic values, that's called "barter" and no "money" is involved.
People who throw the "intrinsic value" term around usually don't know what it means.
Investopedia says:
What Is Intrinsic Value?
Intrinsic value is a measure of what an asset is worth. This measure is arrived at by means of an objective calculation or complex financial model, rather than using the currently trading market price of that asset.
Wikipedia says:
In finance, intrinsic value or fundamental value is the "true, inherent, and essential value"[1] of an asset independent of its market value.[2]
So, technically, Bitcoin has no intrinsic value, but that's okay.
Fiat money has no intrinsic value, either.
Gold has a little bit of intrinsic value, about on par with copper or aluminum.
Again: Bitcoin is the strongest, soundest money ever used, even though it does not have much, if any, "intrinsic value".
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August Expiry!

🔹 Sizable option expiry as 65k BTC options will expire this Friday with a notional value of > USD 745 million which represents approx. 37% of the total market open interest. 🔹 77% of the Aug expiry (or 50k contracts) is held at Deribit. 🔹 Deribit has reduced expiry fees by 25% of which the effect will become clearly visible for all holders of OI this Friday. 🔹 For ETH only 278k contracts will expire with a notional value of ~USD 108 million. 92% is held at Deribit. 🔹 Total notional value of BTC + ETH Options OI is currently over 💲2️⃣🅱️
Opinions differ whether the size of this expiry will impact markets; looking at Max Pain (https://insights.deribit.com/education/maximum-pain-for-option-buyers-going-into-expiration/) it indicates that no big impact is to be expected if BTC expires within a USD 9–12k range (nice visual here, select 28 Aug (https://www.coinoptionstrack.com/options/BTC/open-interest)). Others are hypothesising that the August monthly calls that have flipped to “in the money” from the large upward move in the last month, can cause momentary price distortions in the futures as counterparts hedge their deltas differently during the settlement period.
As of 31 August 2020 the Deribit introduction policy (https://www.deribit.com/pages/information/Introduction_Policy) will be updated to always offer the following expiries:
🔸 1, 2 daily 🔸 1, 2, 3 weekly (🆕 week 3 is new!) 🔸 1, 2, 3 monthly (🆕 month 3 is new!) 🔸 3, 6 and 9 months quarterly of the March, June, September, December cycle.
This means 3 weeklies and 3 monthlies (Sept, Oct and Nov🔥) as of coming Monday.
🔒 Security reminder
Even though a zero day timer seems convenient, please change the number of days before a new withdrawal address becomes active to a higher number than this to avoid easy withdrawals in case of security breaches.
🔜 Upcoming
🔹 USDT settled perpetuals and possibly other USDT settled products 🔹 VIX index followed by futures 🔹 More custody integrations like Cobo and Clearloop/Copper.
Deribit Insights (https://insights.deribit.com/education/maximum-pain-for-option-buyers-going-into-expiration/ )
Maximum Pain For Option Buyers Going Into Expiration — Deribit Insights Bitcoin option volume and open interest (OI) has been increasing steadily in 2019 and 2020. It is increasing in nominal terms, but also importantly it’s increasing as a percentage of the spot and futures markets. Though there is still some way to go to reach the kind of ratio that can be seen in legacy markets, bitcoin option volume and OI is becoming increasingly relevant in the cryptocurrency market. This is particularly true going into big expiration dates.
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[WTS]/[WTT] Silver Bars, Coins, Rounds - Trading to collect all types rounds and coins

*****(4) Silver Lots for $99 Shipped - Lot details below
Transaction details below listing
Verification
Individual Verification
(6) 1 gram Valcambi silver - $3.50 each **(Special Rate and Shipping Details Below)
(7) 2 gram Valcambi silver - $7 each
5 oz Generic Bar - $105
1 oz Sunshine Mint Bar - $22
5 oz San Antonio ATB - $125 ($5 discount for telling me what ATB means to me - not what ATB means in this instance. It’s a “pop culture” reference)
Individual Verification
(32) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - $21.75 each
(7) 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bars - $45 each
Individual Verification
(13) 1 oz 2015 ASE BU - $24 each
(4) 2020 1 oz Perth Kangaroo Coins - $22.50 each
(3) 1 oz Morgan Stacking Rounds - $21 each
Individual Verification
(10) Queens Legends - $23 each
(9) 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule - $14 each
(19) 1 oz Buffalo Rounds - $21 each
Individual Verification - Individual Verification
(22) 2020 1 oz Canadian Maples - $23 each
(24) 2020 Niue Owls - $23 each
(23) 2020 Britannia - $23 each
(7) 1 oz Morgan Rounds - $21 each
Individual Verification
(21) 1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - $1.50 each
(7) 1 oz Mercury Copper Rounds - $1.50 each
Shipment will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces. I pack very secure with tape. The easiest way to open my bubble mailers and flat rate boxes is to cut the entire top envelope edge or box end off.
**Valcambi only purchases are shipped in a standard envelope secured very well with tape and labelled non-machinable. No risk for this shipping method.
**Valcambi bars are available as an add-on to any purchase for $2 each.
Payment by PPFF no notes, Bitcoin, or ETH now as well
TRADE OPTION - Willing to trade for different and unique silver rounds to diversify my collection. One round/coin for one round/coin trades only - this is strictly for collection purposes so I don't want more than one of any round/coin. But we can make multiple trades. Who wouldn't want to have one of every type of round/coin available?
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
*****(4) Silver Lots for $99 Shipped - Each lot contains the coins listed
Verification
-Coin Lot-
1 oz HM Liberty Bar
1 oz 2015 ASE BU
1 oz 2020 Perth Kangaroo Coin
1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule
1/2 oz Buffalo Round
1 gram Valcambi silver
1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - $1.50 each
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[WTS]/[WTT] Silver and Gold - Coins, Bars and Shot

Transaction Details Below - Reasonable offers are welcome - Unreasonable offers are not
Verification - Verification - (I hope my verification/date is ok. "J" and a "silver bull")
-$115 Bullion Lot- (Shipping included) - 1oz Buffalo Round - (3) 1/2 oz Buffalo Round - (2) 1 gram Valcambi Bars - (3) 1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - 1 oz Morgan Stacking Round - 1 oz Morgan Round - 4.66 grams 0.999 Silver Shot
-$220 Bar Lot- (Shipping included) - 5 oz HM Morgan Bar - (3) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bar - (3) 1 gram Valcambi Bars
-$105 Coin Lot- (Shipping included) - (3) 1 oz 2020 Perth Kangaroo Coin - 1 oz 2020 Niue Owl - 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule
Bars
(10) 1 gram Valcambi Bars - $3.50 each solo shipped ***$2 per with any purchase
(6) 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bars - $45 each
(26) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - $21.50 each
Silver Coins and Rounds
(17) 1 oz Buffalo Rounds - $21.50 each
(14) 1/2 oz Buffalo Rounds - $13 each
(5) 1 oz Morgan Rounds - $21.50 each
(2) 1 oz Morgan Stacking Rounds - $21.50 each
(6) 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule - $14 each
(20) 2020 Niue Owls - $22 each
(9) Queens Legends - $23 each
(17) 2020 1 oz Canadian Maples - $23.50 each
(21) 2020 Britannia - $23 each
Silver Shot
From a sealed contained from APMEX - technically 0.9999 but I labelled it 0.999 accidentally
3.74 gram vial - $4
$1 per gram for all other vials - (3) 10+ grams - (6) 6+ grams - (1) + grams
Gold
(2) 0.1104 oz 1928 Netherlands Ducat Coin (Not a restrike) - $220 each (price firm on these)
1/4 oz Queens Beast Bull - $525 shipped
Shipment will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF no notes - Accepting Bitcoin and ETH now as well. Crypto may incur an additional fee depending on the market at time of purchase.
TRADE OPTION - Willing to trade for different and unique silver rounds to diversify my collection. One round/coin for one round/coin trades only - this is strictly for collection purposes so I don't want more than one of any round/coin. But we can make multiple trades
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
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WTS Slim Dungarees 32 (Olive), Slim Dungarees 31 (Charcoal), New Way Shorts 30 (Copper Dawn), based in Europe, not WTF

I'm based in Europe (but ship everywhere) and accept Revolut, SEPA, PayPal (buyer pays fees), ACH transfer, and bitcoin. Price $160. Shipping to Europe $15, rest of the world $25.
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Negative Interest Rates and What They Mean to You

The fed is currently anticipated to attempt negative interest rates again. This is setting us up for the perfect storm and I will explain why.

What are negative interest rates?
This is ominous. Negative interest rates are used to encourage people to invest their money in securities rather than the relative safety of government bonds. For example, most government bonds will guarantee you a rate of return that is usually higher than average inflation rates, so if you were to open a loan for 10k with a 2.5% interest rate, you could expect to see $250 at the end of the term, likely beating the inflation rate by somewhere around 0.5%. People who are close to retirement or are exceptionally risk averse do this to avoid losing dollar value of their cash to inflation. With a negative rate, you would PAY the government to hold your money. This is obviously not an advantageous position to be in, so you might be more likely to invest in securities instead. This is what the fed's intention is. You may have noticed volume across many securities and ETFs is much lower than its recent volume, or in some cases, its yearly average. Consumer confidence is not high at this point, so the fed is attempting to use this as additional incentive to get people to invest. Papa Buffett literally said nothing is cheap enough for him to buy. Think about that. Boeing for 130? Not for Papa Buffett, he's trying to pay 50.

But Cigs, the market is fake and gay right now, what if I don't want to invest in securities?
You're right, the market is fake and gay. Well, fortunately for you, there are options, and I don't mean derivatives. Your first option (Boomers hate this one trick) is crypto. Crypto is governed by nothing and no one but the blockchain, thus its value cannot be manipulated by anything except the free market. If we see extended negative fed interest rates, crypto will skyrocket. Dont believe me? Look at when the news was published today, then look at what happened to Bitcoin. An obstacle here is an unprecedented collapse in the market; at that point, nothing is safe.
Your second option is to invest in commodities. But wait, I thought you said Oil was kill? Hell yeah oil is kill, so that one is out. What else do we have? Gold, Silver, Copper, Zinc, Silicon, literally anything precious metal, particularly the standard staples and anything used for semiconductor manufacturing. There are some good ETFs for these out there. Find them, and I don't mean the fucking miner's index, I mean one that reflects the spot price. These boys are going uppies. Pay close attention to what ETFs the fed is allowed to stick their grubby fingers in with the recent changes to buy policies and avoid those. Also keep an ear to the ground for rumors of liquidations, rollovers or non-accurate reflections of spot price within the ETF.
Your third option is cash. This is me, with some dibble dabble derivatives in there for fun because I'm a degenerate.

The Perfect Storm (Personal Speculation)
If Oil collapses with WTI rollouts in late May like I anticipate, we will soon see a default cascade of legendary proportions. Shale, restaurants, small business, MASSIVE layoffs (you thought 25% unemployment was bad?) But this might take a while. Negative interest rates will stimulate lending and banks will continue lending this practically free money to more and more small businesses, car buyers, home buyers and personal loans with greater and greater risk (Aren't you glad you long dated those WFC calls?). This process could take months or even years. We're already in a worse debt bubble than the 2008 crisis by a long shot, and with little regulation, no lessons learned and virtually no risk, banks will continue to fleece everyone from your grandmother to the fed. Stimulus checks are barely keeping people afloat right now, and small business owners are on the brink of bankruptcy. But states are opening back up! We're allowed 50% capacity at restaurants in my city! Have you ever tried to work in a restaurant that is half as busy as usual, let alone own one? The owners are sweating fucking bullets over this. It's worse than being closed.
There are a record number of new investors in the market right now. With the advent of commission free trading from robinhood, the big boys have adopted the same strategy, and as such, record numbers of brand new investors have entered the market. Just think about how many times a day you look at your positions every day. These guys are all doing the exact same thing, and once our first major catalyst comes, we're going back down and there won't be much to stop the panic sell of 2 million brand new investors.

Spy 175 flair for anyone that wants one. It's 1929.

(Here's a free one, puts on mid/small cap industrials that supply SPY companies. Thank me later)
As always, feel free to comment and tell me why I'm wrong.
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[WTS]/[WTT] Silver and Gold - Coins, Bars and Shot

Transaction Details Below - Reasonable offers are welcome - Unreasonable offers are not
Verification - Verification - (I hope my verification/date is ok. "J" and a "silver bull")
SOLD - -$115 Bullion Lot- (Shipping included) - 1oz Buffalo Round - (3) 1/2 oz Buffalo Round - (2) 1 gram Valcambi Bars - (3) 1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - 1 oz Morgan Stacking Round - 1 oz Morgan Round - 4.66 grams 0.999 Silver Shot
-$220 Bar Lot- (Shipping included) - 5 oz HM Morgan Bar - (3) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bar - (3) 1 gram Valcambi Bars
-$105 Coin Lot- (Shipping included) - (3) 1 oz 2020 Perth Kangaroo Coin - 1 oz 2020 Niue Owl - 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule
Bars
(10) 1 gram Valcambi Bars - $3.50 each solo shipped ***$2 per with any purchase
(6) 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bars - $45 each
(26) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - $21.50 each
Silver Coins and Rounds
(17) 1 oz Buffalo Rounds - $21.50 each
(14) 1/2 oz Buffalo Rounds - $13 each
(5) 1 oz Morgan Rounds - $21.50 each
(2) 1 oz Morgan Stacking Rounds - $21.50 each
(6) 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule - $14 each
(20) 2020 Niue Owls - $22 each
(9) Queens Legends - $23 each
(17) 2020 1 oz Canadian Maples - $23.50 each
(21) 2020 Britannia - $23 each
Silver Shot
From a sealed contained from APMEX - technically 0.9999 but I labelled it 0.999 accidentally
3.74 gram vial - $4
$1 per gram for all other vials - (3) 10+ grams - (6) 6+ grams - (1) + grams
Gold
(2) 0.1104 oz 1928 Netherlands Ducat Coin (Not a restrike) - $220 each (price firm on these)
1/4 oz Queens Beast Bull - $525 shipped
Shipment will be USPS first class for $4.50-$6.50, for 1 to roughly 8 ounces, or priority for $8, for over 8 ounces.
Payment by PPFF no notes - Accepting Bitcoin and ETH now as well. Crypto may incur an additional fee depending on the market at time of purchase.
TRADE OPTION - Willing to trade for different and unique silver rounds to diversify my collection. One round/coin for one round/coin trades only - this is strictly for collection purposes so I don't want more than one of any round/coin. But we can make multiple trades
Prices are subject to change at any time due to market fluctuations and in the event of a listing error or update.
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Basic advantages you get from Digital Gold Token

Life is difficult when one is out of a activity but it’s worse when one retires with out some thing sizable to reveal for it, work is taxing health-clever and labour-smart and time sensible, so one prepares for vintage age and retirement with diverse plans and procedures, some are trying to find to spend money on treasury bonds, mutual price range, stocks, startups, 401k, actual estate and so forth however best few genuinely get to have profitable investments.
Investing is complex, one is confronted with the demanding situations of data and the option of choosing from a plethora of funding options.

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Gold is an asset known to man over hundreds of a while,Gold and copper were the primary metals utilized by human beings starting from 5000 BC, The first registered gold determined inside the u.S.A. Become a nugget weighing 7.8kg located in cabarrus county, North Carolina. When more gold become discovered in little creek meadow in 1803, the primary US gold rush commenced.
The world’s biggest gold reserve is held 5 stories underground inside the vault of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, it includes 25% of all of the gold reserves within the international (540,000 gold bars), most of them belong to foreign govts.
The first-ever gold vending system become established in Dubai in 2010. Due to its rarity and high price, maximum of the gold ever mined continues to be in circulating gold become extracted inside the last one hundred years. Many humans ask why gold is so highly-priced, the cause is its rarity: extra metallic is produced in a single hour than gold over the course of the complete human history. Many scientists agree with that gold is also found in Mars, Mercury and Venus.

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Reports say China is growing its gold imports and Mark Mobius,an avid dealer in gold has counseled that people purchase gold, he believes that the rate of gold will keep developing as the amount of paper money in the worldwide financial system will increase.
Do you know that less than 82% of USA citizens personal any piece of gold?
The buying and selling extent of digital gold is over $100 m.
Do you understand you can also invest in gold?

Lets speak approximately the possibilities of making an investment in gold the use of a blockchain platform, how about you are able to have one piece of gold that has a token representation,
Today, we can communicate about the virtual gold token, what it does and the way you could sincerely advantage from it.
Now, if you are following closely,you may find out that the crypto marketplace hit its height in 2017, in 2017 bitcoin become selling for $20,000 and in 2020, it's miles floating around $9,000 and each extreme investor need to be searching at this marketplace, at 2017 the entire market capitalization of crypto currencies was almost $1 Trillion dollars and although it has fallen to round $300 billion bucks in 2020, this enterprise nonetheless holds a number of capacity.

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One should be asking why is there so much investment going into the blockchain space, what's the capacity that this element have, many have dubbed blockchain as net 3.0 or the last technology that will bring in internet 3.0, till date, the investments which have long gone through numerous blockchain startups have been over $25 billion greenbacks with the likes of EOS, Telegram raising billions of greenbacks each.

What are the troubles concerned in investing in cryptocurrencies

  1. Volatility: If you study the altcoin alltime index, you may see the disgusting drop in crypto fee
  2. Storage: Knowing which coins to buy and the way to keep them is a huge hassle in the crypto currency global, crypto jacking and hacking are at the all time high as hackers have infested maximum internet browsers with coin mining scripts and just last year over $1 billion greenbacks well worth of crypto belongings were stolen from numerous exchanges which in turn forced them to shut their doorways.
To shop crypto assets, one is required to securely preserve their passwords and their non-public keys because the lack of them method a loss of get entry to to their holdings.

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Tokenization
The idea is aimed at breaking complete units of stocks,infrastructure and so on into smaller pix,
Take one unit of gold and make a virtual unit of it with the blockchain,that concept surely birthed the Digital gold token mission, The digital gold market:allows facilitate a tremendously smooth, effective and efficient purchase/sale machine, users can sincerely fill out a shape that initiates a smart settlement, which then transfers the newly-minted GOLD tokens.
As for builders,they're additionally stored the hassle of the complexities that include integrating a crypto asset to their platform,the digital gold initiatives help them combine without problems.

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Features of Digital Gold

The virtual gold token boosts some of features that makes it particular and profitable for capacity investors to inspect.

It’s a token this is low price and does no longer have have switch prices when one is shifting it, it gives capacity investors the opportunity to diversify their portfolio even as also retaining their wealth in a safe haven, it additionally gives at ease gold possession as the purchased gold in secured in a safe vault, the digital gold token is pretty liquid, which means there may be a market for you each time you ought to promote or buy the token, since the digital gold token is tied to real gold, the token is as precious as gold itself, in order gold will increase in value so does the token.

Visit the webpages for further information:
Official Website : https://gold.storage/ White paper: https://gold.storage/wp.pdf Telegram: https://t.me/digitalgoldcoin

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