2012 Canadian Moose Coin

by Bob
(USA)

2012 Canadian Moose Coin

2012 Canadian Moose Coin

A good, basic intro to the world of silver but I think a text version would be helpful for the beginner.


I am also a follower of Bix Weir, who I think you mentioned in the video. A cross-link to his site would be also helpful for those who want to go beyond the basics and dig into mind-numbing details of the banksters' criminal enterprise in the silver-rigging game.

One thing I'd like to point out is the collector premium on some of the Canadians, and certainly some of the Eagles. A friend asked me what to buy and after giving him the basics, much as the material in this video, I suggested the Canadian Wildlife Series as an adjunct to generic rounds and bars.

This series has a lot going for it: one ounce of pure silver and a limited minting of each issue by the Royal Canadian Mint. Two "coins" are issued each year, with the first two from last year already sold out and commanding a collector premium. For instance, I bought the Wolf coin a few months ago when silver was $27, and the coin is now going for $66.60 each!

And I'm buying them for just a little over the spot price with the objective of not only building my physical inventory but adding collector value on top of that.

I'm a recent subscriber to your newsletter and enjoy reading each one. Keep up the good work!

Bob

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"semi" numismatic.. is like "semi" boneless ham NEW
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Does it have a bone, or doesn't it.

I disagree with this modern silver semi stuff and here is why. Silver is the workhorse or utility of the sound money class. IMHO an ounce is an ounce.

I could care a less if you got a picture of a horse, moose, or monkey on it. If it is .999 or better, it passes. These "fads" from the collector sector will give way to bareass weight and purity period.

Balance your silver stack just like you would with your portfolio. National mints, generic, coins first then bars. Think about the fact that Johnson Matthey, and Englehardt are world known.

If your "bored" stacking the same old stuff, throw in a Kook or a slabbed 1880cc Morgan in there to break it up. But bottom line....think OUNCEs and not pretty pictures.

Believe it or stuff it.


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