Silver: $19.76 as of 7:45 PST today. Falling like a stone.
You have to get a permit and pay $50.00 every time you go to buy ammo? Is this a joke? If not, what state are we talking about? Thanks!:xeye:I'm not allowed to own 30 round magazines. They're dangerous!
AND, my state just passed some new guns laws, one of which is the necessity to get a permit and pay $50 everytime I go in to buy ammo. :xeye:
Rhodes, that's an awesome deal on the S&W AR-15. I just bought the sporty for $799 about 2 months ago without blinking an eye. But then again, I'm in Ca. where they like to keep us safe. They're an evil black assault rifle you know! :xeye:
Thanks. Jeez-talk about government out of control!!! Outrageous!California.
I believe this just passed yesterday and don't know when it will become law but we are on our way out.
Why do you think so? Thanks.I'll bet a box o' .22s that there's a flash crash in both gold/silver by the close today... or that, if it closes up, shortly after the open on Monday, all the "gain" in price will be taken away.
Do you mean you paid $2.00 per dime?wow, junk silver is really cheap on ebay right now, just bought a bunch of silver dimes and quarters, all readable dates, dimes going for around $2 and quarters for a little over $4.50, i've been buying a lot, I just can't help but buy at these prices.
At what dollar amount does a dealer have to fill out a 1099? Thanks!Good morning all. Mario Draghi is speaking on rates at 08:30 this morning. Traders are expecting some big moves in EUR/USD and there is always a chance metals will do the same. US Initial Claims and Trade Balance are out at 08:30 as well.
Mogli, it sound like you're looking to be green and avoid unnecessary paper work. Large sales of ASEs don't require dealers to issue a 1099, whereas bullion or rounds will. You'll need to report the capital gains at tax time just like with any other asset sale.
In your opinion would the governments tapping into personal accounts include money in a checking account or just savings accounts, money market accounts, etc? Thanks and keep stacking!:thumb:Sorry guys, I haven't researched metal's into an IRA like I probably should because it runs counter to my goal to get $$$$ out of the banking system and into my hands.
I am quite worried that our government could decide to tap into personal bank accounts some way somehow. They have no problem regulating everything we do even if it's un-constitutional. So outright theft of savings and retirement funds would not be a stretch. "For the greater good" and "the patriotic thing to do" and all that jazz ....
By all means, keep the info coming on precious metal IRA's. Education is never wasted.
Check out the website comparesilverprices.com:thumb:Keep prepping!So I have quite a bit of fiat that I am going to change over to PM's and wanted to get some opinions on what would be the best way to do that. I have a lot of rounds and am looking mostly for wealth preservation here so in my mind it makes sense to get the most metal possible for my money. With that being said, should I be looking at gold or silver in 10 or even 100 oz. bars? I need some opinions here. Thanks ya'll!
Now that's funny-and TRUE!:thumb:Sorry, I had to put this in here when I found it. I laughed my butt off....