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Welcome to the world's largest Coin Roll Hunting community! Come meet other hunters, share your finds, give and get advice, and share in whatever else has to do with the hobby of Coin Roll Hunting (also known as Bank Roll Hunting).
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Dont Get Spooked Bitcoin Is Hardly the Only Volatile Commodity. Copper, Coffee, Orange Juice, Fine Wines, Classic Cars, Property, Gold All Get Traded and They All Have a Pretty Fixed Amount in Existence, so Small Movements in Demand Produce Big Changes in Their Price.

Dont Get Spooked Bitcoin Is Hardly the Only Volatile Commodity. Copper, Coffee, Orange Juice, Fine Wines, Classic Cars, Property, Gold All Get Traded and They All Have a Pretty Fixed Amount in Existence, so Small Movements in Demand Produce Big Changes in Their Price. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

The gold to silver ratio is currently 110:1, the highest it's ever been. Meaning it takes 110 oz of silver to buy just 1 oz of gold. I took this picture showing about $5,000 worth of each metal, to give you some scale.

The gold to silver ratio is currently 110:1, the highest it's ever been. Meaning it takes 110 oz of silver to buy just 1 oz of gold. I took this picture showing about $5,000 worth of each metal, to give you some scale. submitted by lcalexander00 to Gold [link] [comments]

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] 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.
submitted by jaysilverbull to Coins4Sale [link] [comments]

[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
submitted by jaysilverbull to Pmsforsale [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".
submitted by Mark_Bear to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[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.
submitted by jaysilverbull to Pmsforsale [link] [comments]

[WTS] $102/$99/$99 Silver Lots, Gold, More Silver, and Copper

Transaction Details Below - Reasonable offers are welcome - Unreasonable offers are not
Verification (Verification is updated with today's date - individual lot pics are from my last post)
Lot Verification
-$102 Coin Lot- (Shipping included) - 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 (ASE are sold so substitute from any 1 oz coin/round/bar listed)
-$99 Coin Lot- (Shipping included) - 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - 1 oz Morgan Stacker Round - 1 oz Morgan Generic Round - 1 oz Buffalo Round - 6.03 or 6.12 grams 0.999 silver shot - 1 War Nickel
-$99 Coin Lot- (Shipping included) - 1 oz 2020 Canadian Maple - 1 oz 2020 Niue Owl - 2 oz Monarch Chunky Pour - 3.74 g 0.999 Silver Shot
Bars
(12) 1 gram Valcambi silver - $3.50 each solo shipped ***$2 per with any purchase
(6) 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bars - $45 each
5 oz Generic Bar - $105 each
(24) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - $21.50 each
Silver Coins and Rounds
SOLD 1 oz 2015 ASE BU - SOLD
(17) 1 oz Buffalo Rounds - $21.50 each
(14) 1/2 oz Buffalo Rounds - $13 each
(4) 1 oz Morgan Rounds - $21.50 each
(1) 1 oz Morgan Stacking Rounds - $21.50 each
(4) 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
SOLD 36+ grams - $30 (This is made up of larger pieces)
$1 per gram - (3) 10+ grams - (4) 6+ grams - (1) 4+ grams
Copper
SOLD 1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - $1.50 each
Gold
(2) 0.1104 1923 Netherlands Ducat Coin (Not a restrike) - $220 each (price firm on these)
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 be an additional 1.5%)
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.
submitted by jaysilverbull to Pmsforsale [link] [comments]

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.
submitted by rizzenvrinn to OutlierMarket [link] [comments]

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.
submitted by WillSmokeStaleCigs to RobinhoodYachtClub [link] [comments]

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]

Default English word list

Alright so, I took the default database from there https://skribbliohints.github.io/ and with the help of html, I extracted the words to a list separated by commas. It's useful when you want to translate those words into your native language.
Word of advice, when using google translate, do not put all words at once there, it can rapidly worsen the translation.
(And there is a last thing. Their algorithm of picking only custom words is not working really good, at least for me. Meaning that I often get duplicates, despite having a list this big and without duplicates. I'm still trying to find some solution to this, so if somebody is experiencing this as well, share the knowledge please, I will do the same.)
SOLUTION: Thanks for the reply from PepegaWR who identified the cause. I also tested it and there seems to be a custom words limit of 5000 characters. The easiest way in my opinion is to shuffle the words before each session to minimize the impact. Also thanks to the flynger who had the same idea before me :)
Finally, here it is, enjoy the scribbling ^^ :

ABBA, AC/DC, Abraham Lincoln, Adidas, Africa, Aladdin, America, Amsterdam, Android, Angelina Jolie, Angry Birds, Antarctica, Anubis, Apple, Argentina, Asia, Asterix, Atlantis, Audi, Australia, BMW, BMX, Bambi, Band-Aid, Barack Obama, Bart Simpson, Batman, Beethoven, Bible, Big Ben, Bill Gates, Bitcoin, Black Friday, Bomberman, Brazil, Bruce Lee, Bugs Bunny, Canada, Capricorn, Captain America, Cat Woman, Cerberus, Charlie Chaplin, Chewbacca, China, Chinatown, Christmas, Chrome, Chuck Norris, Colosseum, Cookie Monster, Crash Bandicoot, Creeper, Croatia, Cuba, Cupid, DNA, Daffy Duck, Darwin, Darwin Watterson, Deadpool, Dexter, Discord, Donald Duck, Donald Trump, Dora, Doritos, Dracula, Dumbo, Earth, Easter, Easter Bunny, Egypt, Eiffel tower, Einstein, Elmo, Elon Musk, Elsa, Eminem, England, Europe, Excalibur, Facebook, Family Guy, Fanta, Ferrari, Finn, Finn and Jake, Flash, Florida, France, Frankenstein, Fred Flintstone, Gandalf, Gandhi, Garfield, Germany, God, Goofy, Google, Great Wall, Greece, Green Lantern, Grinch, Gru, Gumball, Happy Meal, Harry Potter, Hawaii, Hello Kitty, Hercules, Hollywood, Home Alone, Homer Simpson, Hula Hoop, Hulk, Ikea, India, Intel, Ireland, Iron Giant, Iron Man, Israel, Italy, Jack-o-lantern, Jackie Chan, James Bond, Japan, JayZ, Jenga, Jesus Christ, Jimmy Neutron, John Cena, Johnny Bravo, KFC, Katy Perry, Kermit, Kim Jong-un, King Kong, Kirby, Kung Fu, Lady Gaga, Las Vegas, Lasagna, Lego, Leonardo DiCaprio, Leonardo da Vinci, Lion King, London, London Eye, Luigi, MTV, Madagascar, Mario, Mark Zuckerberg, Mars, McDonalds, Medusa, Mercedes, Mercury, Mexico, Michael Jackson, Mickey Mouse, Microsoft, Milky Way, Minecraft, Miniclip, Minion, Minotaur, Mona Lisa, Monday, Monster, Mont Blanc, Morgan Freeman, Morse code, Morty, Mount Everest, Mount Rushmore, Mozart, Mr. Bean, Mr. Meeseeks, Mr Bean, Mr Meeseeks, Mummy, NASCAR, Nasa, Nemo, Neptune, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nike, Nintendo Switch, North Korea, Northern Lights, Norway, Notch, Nutella, Obelix, Olaf, Oreo, Pac-Man, Paris, Patrick, Paypal, Peppa Pig, Pepsi, Phineas and Ferb, Photoshop, Picasso, Pikachu, Pink Panther, Pinocchio, Playstation, Pluto, Pokemon, Popeye, Popsicle, Porky Pig, Portugal, Poseidon, Pringles, Pumba, Reddit, Rick, Robbie Rotten, Robin Hood, Romania, Rome, Russia, Samsung, Santa, Saturn, Scooby Doo, Scotland, Segway, Sherlock Holmes, Shrek, Singapore, Skittles, Skrillex, Skype, Slinky, Solar System, Sonic, Spain, Spartacus, Spiderman, SpongeBob, Squidward, Star Wars, Statue of Liberty, Steam, Stegosaurus, Steve Jobs, Stone Age, Sudoku, Suez Canal, Superman, Susan Wojcicki, Sydney Opera House, T-rex, Tails, Tarzan, Teletubby, Terminator, Tetris, The Beatles, Thor, Titanic, Tooth Fairy, Tower Bridge, Tower of Pisa, Tweety, Twitter, UFO, USB, Uranus, Usain Bolt, Vatican, Vault boy, Velociraptor, Venus, Vin Diesel, W-LAN, Wall-e, WhatsApp, William Shakespeare, William Wallace, Winnie the Pooh, Wolverine, Wonder Woman, Xbox, Xerox, Yin and Yang, Yoda, Yoshi, Youtube, Zelda, Zeus, Zorro, Zuma, abstract, abyss, accident, accordion, ace, acid, acne, acorn, action, actor, addiction, addition, adorable, adult, advertisement, afro, afterlife, air conditioner, airbag, aircraft, airplane, airport, alarm, albatross, alcohol, alien, allergy, alley, alligator, almond, alpaca, ambulance, anaconda, anchor, angel, anglerfish, angry, animation, anime, ant, anteater, antelope, antenna, anthill, antivirus, anvil, apartment, apocalypse, applause, apple, apple pie, apple seed, apricot, aquarium, arch, archaeologist, archer, architect, aristocrat, arm, armadillo, armor, armpit, arrow, ash, assassin, assault, asteroid, astronaut, asymmetry, athlete, atom, attic, audience, autograph, avocado, axe, baboon, baby, back pain, backbone, backflip, backpack, bacon, bad, badger, bag, bagel, bagpipes, baguette, bait, bakery, baklava, balance, balcony, bald, ball, ballerina, ballet, balloon, bamboo, banana, bandage, bandana, banjo, bank, banker, bar, barbarian, barbecue, barbed wire, barber, barcode, bark, barn, barrel, bartender, base, basement, basket, basketball, bat, bathroom, bathtub, battery, battle, battleship, bayonet, bazooka, beach, beak, bean, bean bag, beanie, beanstalk, bear, bear trap, beatbox, beaver, bed, bed bug, bed sheet, bedtime, bee, beef, beer, beet, beetle, bell, bell pepper, bellow, belly, belly button, below, belt, bench, betray, bicycle, bill, billiards, bingo, binoculars, biology, birch, bird, bird bath, birthday, biscuit, bite, black, black hole, blackberry, blacksmith, blanket, bleach, blender, blimp, blind, blindfold, blizzard, blood, blowfish, blue, blueberry, blush, boar, board, boat, bobsled, bodyguard, boil, bomb, booger, book, bookmark, bookshelf, boomerang, boots, border, bottle, bottle flip, bounce, bouncer, bow, bowl, bowling, box, boy, bracelet, braces, brain, brainwash, branch, brand, bread, breakfast, breath, brick, bricklayer, bride, bridge, broadcast, broccoli, broken heart, bronze, broom, broomstick, brownie, bruise, brunette, brush, bubble, bubble gum, bucket, building, bulge, bull, bulldozer, bullet, bumper, bungee jumping, bunk bed, bunny, burglar, burp, burrito, bus, bus driver, bus stop, butcher, butler, butt cheeks, butter, butterfly, button, cab driver, cabin, cabinet, cactus, cage, cake, calendar, camel, camera, campfire, camping, can, can opener, canary, candle, canister, cannon, canyon, cap, cape, cappuccino, captain, car wash, cardboard, carnival, carnivore, carpenter, carpet, carrot, cartoon, cash, casino, cast, cat, catalog, catapult, caterpillar, catfish, cathedral, cauldron, cauliflower, cave, caveman, caviar, ceiling, ceiling fan, celebrate, celebrity, cell, cell phone, cello, cement, centaur, centipede, chain, chainsaw, chair, chalk, chameleon, champagne, champion, chandelier, charger, cheek, cheeks, cheerleader, cheese, cheeseburger, cheesecake, cheetah, chef, chemical, cherry, cherry blossom, chess, chest, chest hair, chestnut, chestplate, chew, chicken, chihuahua, child, chime, chimney, chimpanzee, chin, chinchilla, chocolate, chopsticks, church, cicada cigarette, cinema, circle, circus, clap, clarinet, classroom, claw, clay, clean, clickbait, cliff, climb, cloak, clock, cloth, clothes hanger, cloud, clover, clown, clownfish, coach, coal, coast, coast guard, coaster, coat, cobra, cockroach, cocktail, coconut, cocoon, coffee, coffee shop, coffin, coin, cola, cold, collapse, collar, color-blind, comb, comedian, comedy, comet, comfortable, comic book, commander, commercial, communism, community, compass, complete, computer, concert, condiment, cone, confused, console, continent, controller, conversation, cookie, cookie jar, copper, copy, coral, coral reef, cord, cork, corkscrew, corn, corn dog, corner, cornfield, corpse, cotton, cotton candy, country, cousin, cow, cowbell, cowboy, coyote, crab, crack, crate, crawl space, crayon, cream, credit, credit card, cricket, cringe, crocodile, croissant, crossbow, crow, crowbar, crucible, cruise, crust, crystal, cube, cuckoo, cucumber, cup, cupboard, cupcake, curry, curtain, cushion, customer, cut, cute, cyborg, cylinder, cymbal, dagger, daisy, dalmatian, dance, dandelion, dandruff, darts, dashboard, daughter, day, dead, deaf, deep, deer, defense, delivery, demon, demonstration, dent, dentist, deodorant, depressed, derp, desert, desk, desperate, dessert, detective, detonate, dew, diagonal, diagram, diamond, diaper, dice, dictionary, die, diet, dig, dinner, dinosaur, diploma, dirty, disaster, disease, dishrag, dispenser, display, diss track, distance, diva, divorce, dizzy, dock, doctor, dog, doghouse, doll, dollar, dollhouse, dolphin, dome, dominoes, donkey, door, doorknob, dots, double, dough, download, dragon, dragonfly, drain, drama, drawer, dream, dress, drink, drip, drive, driver, drool, droplet, drought, drum, drum kit, duck, duct tape, duel, dwarf, dynamite, eagle, ear, earbuds, earthquake, earwax, east, eat, echo, eclipse, eel, egg, eggplant, elbow, elder, 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[WTS] Silver lots, Ukraine Archangel Michael, 10oz bull, 1996 ASE, copper zombucks and more (pp)

Verification: https://imgur.com/a/z18aVxg
A few things for sale today (maybe open to trade for gold). Open to offers especially if buying multiple lots. Unless specified shipping is $3 or free if you spend over $100 (USA Only). I can accept PayPal ff (gs+3%) please leave comment box blank.
Please don’t send chat I won’t see it please comment below and then send me a pm.
Alright here we go!
Ukraine Archangel Michael 1oz silver lot 2011 - 2017. $410/Shipped SOLD
https://imgur.com/a/fGaaFal
Selling as a lot for now the prices below are to show how I came up with asking price. If lot doesn’t sell I may split it up, but individual prices will increase.
2011 - $150
2012 - $55
2013 - $55
2014 - $35
2015 - $35
2016 - $50
2017 - $30
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SOLD $42 - LEGO lot 2oz total includes:
https://imgur.com/a/2kHszsX
3 - 1/2oz
2 - 1/4oz
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$32 - Copper Zombucks lot includes:
https://imgur.com/a/SBh3JTU
6 - Walkers
5 - Morgue Annes
2 - Zombuffs
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$70 - Silverbugs lot includes:
https://imgur.com/a/YURmJjv
1oz 2015 Fairy Archer Proof
1oz 2015 Finding Silverbug Island Proof
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SOLD $60 - Digital Currency Lot includes:
https://imgur.com/a/tjycAKx
1oz silver commemorative bitcoin
1oz silver commemorative Dogecoin
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SOLD 10oz Silver Gold Bull bar $200/Shipped
https://imgur.com/a/oFB9Irg
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SOLD 1996 ASE (toning) $32
https://imgur.com/a/A9aW0Dm
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SOLD Silver Zombucks Walker $22
https://imgur.com/a/3rfBiyJ
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Lakota 1oz silver $22
https://imgur.com/a/BfC1Myp
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Open to offers and if you need more pics just ask. Please do not use chat I won’t see it and please comment below before sending a pm or I may not respond. Thanks!
Edit: headed to bed. I’ll respond to messages tomorrow morning.
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[WTS] Da Bars and Da Bulls(ion) - Gov't too

Transaction details below listing
Verification
(16) 1 gram Valcambi silver - $3.50 each risky shipped ***SPECIAL RATE WITH ANY PURCHASE!
(7) 2 gram Valcambi silver - $7 each risky shipped
(7) 2 oz Monarch Chunky Bars - $45 each
5 oz Generic Bars - $105 each
1 oz Sunshine Mint Bar - $22
(34) 1 oz HM Liberty Bar - $21.75 each
5 oz San Antonio ATB - $125
(13) 1 oz 2015 ASE BU - $24 each
(19) 1 oz Buffalo Rounds - $21 each
(7) 1 oz Morgan Rounds - $21 each
(3) 1 oz Morgan Stacking Rounds - $21 each
(4) 2020 1 oz Perth Kangaroo Coins - $22.50 each
(9) 1/2 oz Year of The Dog in capsule - $14 each
(24) 2020 Niue Owls - $22 each
(10) Queens Legends - $23 each
(22) 2020 1 oz Canadian Maples - $23.50 each
(23) 2020 Britannia - $23 each
Copper
(34) 1 oz Spartan Warrior Copper Rounds - $1.50 each
(9) 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.
Payment by PPFF no notes - Accepting Bitcoin and 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
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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End of day summary - 04/01

The Dow fell 973.65, or 4.44%, to 20,943.51, the Nasdaq lost 339.52, or 4.41%, to 7,360.58, and the S&P 500 declined 114.09, or 4.41%, to 2,470.50.
The stock market retreated more than 4% to start the second quarter on Wednesday, as President Trump warned that the next two weeks will be "very painful" in terms of coronavirus fatalities. The S&P 500 (-4.4%), Dow Jones Industrial Average (-4.4%), and Nasdaq Composite (-4.4%) each fell 4.4%. The Russell 2000 underperformed with a 7.1% decline.
In COVID-19 news, The Hill reported that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said he will sign an executive order requiring the state's residents to limit their movement outside of their homes. DeSantis has faced intense criticism for refusing to issue a stay-at-home order, the report noted.
Meanwhile, the latest data from the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering shows there are now 911,308 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 45,497 deaths due to the disease.
The coronavirus task force on Tuesday estimated that deaths attributed to COVID-19 could total 100,000-240,000 in the U.S. with daily deaths projected to peak in two weeks. To help contain the outbreak, and hopefully bring these figures down, Florida, Nevada, and Pennsylvania joined the growing list of states to issue 'stay at home' orders for 30 days.
Original assumptions made by the medical community were based on the data coming out of China, which the U.S. intelligence community said underrepresented the real number of cases and deaths in the country, according to Bloomberg. The White House's projections, based on new data being released every day, had the market worried about the social and psychological effects on the economy.

In U.S. data, ADP reported private payrolls fell "only" 27,000 in March, which was not as bad as many had forecast. However, ADP acknowledged the data don't really reflect the realities on the ground as a lot of the firings have taken place after the week that ended its survey. The ISM manufacturing index dropped 1.0 point to 49.1 in March, which was also not as bad as feared. Markit's manufacturing PMI was revised down to 48.5 in the final print for March. That was a little lower than the 49.2 flash reading for the month and down 2.2 points from February's 50.7 reading. Construction spending dropped 1.3% in February.
In China, the Caixin manufacturing PMI climbed 9.8 points to 50.1 in March, almost fully recovering from the 10.8 point drop to the record low of 40.3 in February. The better than expected bounce is in line with the surprising 16.3 point jump in the official index to 52.0.
In turn, no S&P 500 sector was spared in today's sell-off with ten sectors losing at least 3.0%, including 6.1% declines in the real estate and utilities sectors. The consumer staples sector performed relatively better with a 1.8% decline.
In M&A news, TMUS announced that it has officially completed its merger with S to create the new T-Mobile. The company also announced that with close of the merger, it has successfully completed its long-planned CEO transition from John Legere to Mike Sievert ahead of schedule.
Among the notable losers was XRX, -7.1% withdrawing its offer to acquire HPQ, -14.5%, MAR, -7.6% disclosing a data breach that affected 5.2 million customers, and M, -9.8% being removed from the S&P 500.
Shares of GM fell 7.3% after the automaker announced that it delivered 618,335 vehicles in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2020, a decrease of about 7% compared to a year ago. "The industry experienced significant declines in March due to the outbreak of COVID-19," noted GM in its sales announcement. Meanwhile, FCAU reported a 10% decline in its first quarter sales to 446,768 vehicles, also noting that "the strong momentum in January and February was more than offset by the negative economic impact of the coronavirus in March." Additionally, Toyota North America (TM) reported that sales in March fell 36.9% on a volume basis and 31.8% on a daily selling rate basis year-over-year.
Among the noteworthy gainers was KGC, which rose over 11% after it said its mines continue to operate and have not materially been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company also withdrew guidance for fiscal 2020 in light of the outbreak. Also higher was AMRN, which surged 24.5% after Jefferies analyst Michael Yee hosted a conference call with life sciences patent lawyer Jacob Sherkow to discuss the Vascepa patent litigation. During the call, Sherkow said that he believes Amarin has a 50% chance to win an appeal and a more than 80% chance of getting an injunction.
In the oil market, the Wall Street Journal reported that Cherony7 is scheduled to meet Friday with the heads of some of the largest U.S. oil companies to discuss government measures to help the industry weather an unprecedented oil crash. The meeting is to take place at the White House and will include Trump, XOM Chief Executive Darren Woods, CVX Chief Executive Mike Wirth, OXY Chief Executive Vicki Hollub and Harold Hamm, executive chairman of CLR, according to the Journal.
Stocks in Asia were lower on Wednesday as a private survey showed Chinese manufacturing activity expanding slightly in March. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 led losses among the region’s major markets as it dropped 4.5% to close at 18,065.41.

Currency

The dollar advanced on Wednesday, with markets staring at what looked likely to be one of the worst economic contractions in decades as the world confronts the coronavirus pandemic. The U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.6% to 99.65, approaching yesterday's high.

Treasury

U.S. Treasuries ended the midweek session on a mixed note for the second day in a row, but shorter tenors underperformed today while longer tenors recovered yesterday's losses. The long end outperformed from the start after Treasury futures rallied overnight. That rally took place as most global equity markets faced renewed selling pressure to begin Q2. 10s and 30s built on their opening gains during the first two hours of trade, while the 2-yr note headed in the opposite direction before rallying toward its high into the close. Interestingly, the late push in the 2-yr note took place as longer tenors slipped to fresh lows.

Commodity

Gold prices firmed on Wednesday as investors sought safe-haven assets after somber U.S. economic data exacerbated fears of a economic downturn amid increasing lockdowns and other restrictions globally to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. grain and soybean futures fell in tandem with a sinking stock market on Wednesday, with wheat down more than 3% in its largest slide in more than a month after nearly two weeks of gains fueled by coronavirus grocery stockpiling. Soybeans fell more than 2%, the most in 2-1/2 weeks, and most corn contracts posted fresh life-of-contract lows as worries over burdensome supplies weighed on prices.

Crypto

Following Bitcoin’s bout of consolidation within the mid-$6,000 region, the benchmark cryptocurrency has seen a slight decline that has led it down towards the support that has been established around $6,000.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks -18.0% YTD
  • Spoos -23.5% YTD
  • Old man -26.6% YTD
  • Russy -35.8% YTD
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WTS Slim Dungarees 32 (Olive), Slim Dungarees 31 (Charcoal), New Way Shorts 31 (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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End of day summary - 02/27

The Dow plunged 1190.95, or 4.42%, to 25766.64, the Nasdaq lost 414.30, or 4.61%, to 8566.48, and the S&P 500 dropped 137.63, or 4.42%, to 2978.76.

It was a frenetic day of trading action on /thewallstreet. The stock market extended its recent sell-off by more than 4% on Thursday in a volatile session, as the widening spread of the coronavirus heightened pessimism among investors. The S&P 500 dropped as much as 3.5% shortly after the open, then cut its losses to 0.6% by midday, but ultimately closed at session lows with a 4.4% decline.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (-4.4%), Nasdaq Composite (-4.6%), and Russell 2000 (-3.5%) experienced similar price action. Each of the major indices fell into correction territory, which is often defined as a decline of at least 10% from a recent high, and today's drop sent the S&P 500 well below its 200-day moving average (3046.58) amid heavy selling into the close.
From a sector perspective, all 11 S&P 500 sectors fell between 3.3% (health care) and 5.6% (real estate). Other notable moves included WTI crude falling 3.0% to 47.24/bbl to extend its weekly decline to 12.1% and the CBOE Volatility Index surging 42.1% to 39.16 in a protection trade against further equity weakness.
Regarding COVID-19, the CDC acknowledged the first coronavirus case of "unknown origin" in the U.S., which raised concerns about a community spread of the virus. California's governor fueled concerns by saying 28 people have tested positive and another 8,400 people are being monitored because of their travel.
The impact to global supply chains or consumer spending remains uncertain, but Goldman Sachs warned there could be no U.S. earnings growth in 2020 if the virus becomes widespread. MSFT -7.1%, meanwhile, was the latest high-profile company to issue a quarterly revenue warning, specifically for its More Personal Computing segment.
Current, and past, Fed officials offered their views on the matter. In an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, former Fed Governor Kevin Warsh argued that the Fed and other central banks should cut rates due to the coronavirus, while Chicago Fed President Evans reiterated the Fed's stance that it's still premature to provide guidance without more data.
Besides the coronavirus news, equity investors appeared to be taking cues from the Treasury market. For instance, the S&P 500's early morning low coincided with the high in the Treasury market. At session's end, the 2-yr yield declined five basis points to 1.10%, and the 10-yr yield declined basis points to 1.30%.
Not all stocks closed lower, though. Face mask company (MMM) +0.8% and Bleach company (CLX) +0.4% managed to eke out small gains amid speculation that demand for some of their products will increase due to the coronavirus.
Among the noteworthy gainers were VIR and NVAX, which surged 50% and 18%, respectively, as coronavirus fears mount. Both companies are working on coronavirus vaccines. Also higher were ETSY and SQ, which gained a respective 16% and 11% after reporting quarterly results.
Among the notable losers was TSLA, which slid 8% after Bloomberg reported registrations of new Teslas in China plunged 46% last month as the coronavirus outbreak adds to a slump in the country's car market. SPCE fell 17% after Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas downgraded the shares to Equal Weight and Credit Suisse analyst Robert Spingarn also downgraded the stock to Neutral following with the shares up 185% year-to-date.
In earnings news, BBY reported better than expected sales and earnings for the fourth quarter and raised its quarterly dividend by 10%. Last night, BKNG reported "strong" Q4 results, but also cited a significant impact from the coronavirus on its forward outlook, stating that its wider than typical guidance ranges are due to "the high level of uncertainty in forecasting the coronavirus and its associated impact on the company and the travel industry generally."
In its own more optimistic coronavirus update,SBUX said it is "seeing the early signs of a recovery" in China. In a letter to employees posted on its corporate blog, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson reported that the coffee giant now has 85% of stores open across China as it continues to assess the ongoing impact of the disease outbreak.
Elsewhere in Europe, Stoxx 600 closed 3.6% lower provisionally, officially entering correction territory as it was off more than 10% from its record high notched on Feb. 19 last year.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index slid 0.5% to 98.51, widening this week's loss to 0.8%.

Treasury

The Treasury market has been the epicenter of concerns about the global growth outlook, as well as the frayed psychology pertaining to the COVID-19 outbreak. The 10-yr note yield is down four basis points this morning to 1.27%, leaving it down 19 basis points on the week and 65 basis points on the year.
Today, the fed funds futures market expects that a rate cut will happen as soon as the March 18 meeting, followed by another cut in June. Treasuries briefly turned negative in midday trade but returned toward their opening levels after California Governor Gavin Newsom said that 28 people in California have tested positive for the coronavirus while more than 8,000 other people are being monitored.

Commodity

Oil prices continued their steep decline on Thursday, with U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude falling more than 5% at the low to $45.88 per barrel — a price not seen since Jan. 2019 — as fears of the coronavirus outbreak, and what it could mean for crude demand, continue to batter prices.

Crypto

Bitcoin was fighting to keep support at a key level on Feb. 27 as markets worldwide continued to suffer from fears over coronavirus.

YTD

AH News

  • BYND reports EBITDA: $9.5M (est $5.76M), Net Rev: $98.5M (est $79.8M).Sees 2020 Net Revenue: $490M To $510M (est $485.7M)

Thoughts on Corona

It is becoming abundantly clear that the spread of the coronavirus is not going to be stopped. What is not clear is the extent of the economic damage that is going to be done by its spread before the world gets comfortable with the notion that the coronavirus is debilitating, but not necessarily deadly for most sufferers.
The latter is the accepted perspective when dealing with the flu, but because COVID-19 is so new and won't reportedly have a vaccine to guard against it for some time, there is some understandable fear about contracting the virus that is prompting some extreme measures to contain it. Those measures have been detrimental to the world economy in a number of respects, which include but are not limited to shutting down supply chains, restricting travel, and preventing people from going to work.
At the same time, some considerable psychological damage is being done with the understanding that governments around the globe are scrambling to deal with COVID-19 in a way that hasn't been seen in a really long time.
China locked down entire cities. Japan announced today that it will be closing elementary, middle, and high schools nationwide until late March. President Trump last night announced that Vice President Pence is being put in charge of the U.S. response to COVID-19.
The stock market, therefore, has been getting punched by a left-right combination of growth concerns and frayed investor psychology. That combination has led to some rapid-fire selling for a market that was already stretched and counting on stronger earnings growth in 2020, which now seems unlikely to pull through as expected.
The uncertainty surrounding the earnings outlook is a major headwind for the market at the moment.
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WTS Slim Dungarees 32 (Olive), Slim Dungarees 31 (Charcoal), New Way Shorts 31 (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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To anyone who make argument 'Gold have value because it can be made into jewelry'

You make jewelry from gold because gold have value, not gold have value because you can make jewelry from it. why not use glass as jewelry? it looks shiny too. gold real value come from scarcity and liquidity. (just like bitcoin value come from) the use in electronic is very tiny that contribute to the price, if industry usage is what make element valuable, then why steel is very cheap compared to gold? it literally used in almost everything. Also imagine if space technology keep improving and asteroid mining is happening, they can mine a shit ton of gold from asteroid, then what will happen to the price? but still, gold hold real value, for now the scarcity and liquidity is very good. space tech still long way to go, and liquidity is the best because historically we use gold since long time.
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End of day summary - 03/06

The Dow fell 256.50, or 0.98%, to 25,864.78 , the Nasdaq lost 162.98, or 1.87%, to 8,575.62 , and the S&P 500 declined 51.57, or 1.71%, to 2,972.37.

The stock market ended a volatile week on a lower note with the S&P 500 (-1.7%) settling just above its low from Monday. The benchmark index gained 0.6% for the week while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (-1.0%) outperformed, gaining 1.8% since last Friday.
In the U.S., nonfarm payrolls surged 273,000 in February and the unemployment rate fell back to 3.5%, which matches a five-decade low. Average hourly earnings grew 3.0% year-over-year. While a very strong report, it appears to be discounted because of the coronavirus, though it provides evidence that the U.S. economy was on solid footing before it hit. The trade deficit narrowed 6.7% to $45.3B in January as exports dipped 0.4% to $208.6B and imports dropped 1.6% to $253.9B. Wholesale inventories fell 0.4% in January, but sales jumped 1.6%.
In energy news, Reuters reported that OPEC's plans for prolonged oil cuts have been derailed as Russia refused to support the move contending it is too early to predict the effect of coronavirus on global energy demand. WTI crude for April delivery fell $4.62, or 10.1%, to end at $41.28 a barrel following the news of the OPEC blow-up. Also, Baker Hughes reported that the U.S. rig count is up 3 rigs from last week to 793.
The final session of the week was marred by a continued deterioration of sentiment due to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus while the pressure on growth expectations intensified. Treasuries essentially never stopped after Thursday's cash close, continuing their forceful charge in the overnight futures market. Treasuries did pull back from their highs in midday trade, but the long bond rallied to a fresh record high in the afternoon while the 10-yr note stopped a bit short of its best level of the day. The 10-yr yield fell 22 basis points to 0.71%, representing a 42-basis point drop for the week.
Expectations for another sharp rate cut remain in place with the fed funds futures market pointing to a 56.0% implied likelihood of a 75-basis point rate cut at or before the conclusion of the FOMC meeting on March 18.
The S&P 500 staged a 70-point rally during the final hour of trade, which led to a significant improvement in final sector standings, though all eleven sectors finished in the red.
Four groups surrendered 2.0% or more. Energy (-5.6%) and financials (-3.3%) were particularly weak throughout the day due to their exposure to growth and concerns about issuers of high-yield debt in the energy sector.
Bank stocks suffered from the drop in Treasury yields while energy companies struggled as oil fell $4.57, or 10.0%, to $41.32/bbl. The energy component ended the day at its lowest level since mid-2016 after OPEC+ could not agree to a sharp production cut despite yesterday's reports to the contrary. Russia's Energy Minister, Alexander Novak, said that OPEC+ countries are free to pump at will starting from April 1.
Shares of JPM were sharply lower amid the pullback in the market, though the bank's declines may also be made worse by news that CEO Jamie Dimon experienced an acute aortic dissection and underwent successful emergency heart surgery to repair the health issue. Co-Presidents and Chief Operating Officers Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith will lead the company as Dimon recovers, the bank confirmed.
Shares of AAPL were lower after a fourth supplier cut guidance amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. ON cut its first quarter revenue outlook this morning, becoming the fourth Apple supplier to cut guidance this week after QRVO, SWKS and MCHP did so as well.
In company-specific news, COST reported better than expected Q2 results, but the stock still finished lower. AMD fared better than the broader market after reaffirming its guidance for FY20. The chipmaker did caution that Q1 results are likely to be on the low end of its guidance.
Among the noteworthy gainers were MRNA and OPK, which have each recently reported on efforts linked to combating the coronavirus. Airline stocks like ALK +4.0%, JBLU +0.1%), UAL, +1.0%, and DAL, +2.0% recorded gains on Friday after recovering from fresh multi-year lows. Alaska Air did warn that its guidance for FY20 should no longer be relied upon due to coronavirus-related uncertainty.
Among the notable losers was AOBC, which fell 30% after the gunmaker reported fiscal Q3 results below consensus and guidance. SBUX shares slid 1% after the company provided an update on the impact related to COVID-19 in China. Stifel analyst Chris O'Cull said the earnings impact to Starbucks' fiscal Q2 is likely larger than he projected, be he also pointed out that Starbucks noted there has been no perceptible impact from COVID-19 on the U.S. business.
Shares of cruise operators started the day in positive territory but retreated as the day went on. NCLH, -5.2% was the weakest performer of the bunch, stopping just above its record low (24.16) that was notched when the company went public in early 2013.
European stocks also fell sharply Friday as the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact businesses worldwide.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index dropped 0.9% to 95.98 and was down 2.2% for the week as rate-cut expectations boiled over. According to the CME FedWatch Tool, there is a 100% probability of another 50 basis points cut at the March 17-18 FOMC meeting and a 63% probability of a 75 basis points cut.

Treasury

U.S. Treasuries had another huge day as the stock market racked up another day of huge losses amid ongoing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and budding credit worries. The 10-yr yield, which settled Thursday at 0.93%, went as low as 0.66% in today's curve-flattening trade before losing some steam.

Commodity

Oil prices plunged more than 8% to multi-year lows on Friday as OPEC’s allies rejected additional production cuts that the organization proposed Thursday. The meeting between OPEC and its allies, known as OPEC+, concluded with no deal on additional production cuts.
Agriculture:

Crypto

As global equity markets continue to get pummeled, bitcoin’s return to the $9,000 level may have been driven by some of the same forces causing a rally in bonds – a desire for respite from a coronavirus-plagued markets.

Bonds, Virus and Valuation

The move in Treasuries has been precipitated by flight-safety flows that have been fueled by economic growth concerns stemming from the spread of the coronavirus. It has also been stoked by momentum, interest rate differentials, and policy stimulus expectations, the latter of which have also been nothing short of stunning.
The CME FedWatch Tool is showing a 100% probability of another 50 basis points cut at the March 17-18 FOMC meeting and a 64% probability of a 75 basis points cut.
Those expectations capture the view that the coronavirus isn't "just another flu." It might have similar characteristics, but when was the last time entire cities were quarantined, professional sporting events were canceled, travel restrictions were imposed, orchestrated efforts to force employees to work from home, states of emergency were declared, U.S. schools were closed, and the Federal Reserve ushered in an emergency 50 basis points rate cut because of the flu?
Coronavirus is quite different from the flu because the reaction to it has been universally different -- and that reaction is what gets lost in the debate as to whether the coronavirus is "just another flu." Rightly or wrongly, the coronavirus is creating an economic disruption in a manner no normal flu has in our modern age and that is the important distinction for the capital markets and policymakers.
It's another reason why the strong employment report for February has been glossed over for the most part by the market. At any other time, the Treasury market would be selling off on today's report, and, arguably, the futures market would be moving sharply higher -- but this isn't any other time.
The key takeaway from the report isn't what was in the report, it was the lackluster response to it, which is a function of expecting employment reports in coming months not to look as good because of the coronavirus impact.
The market multiple has contracted to 16.7x, which is now in-line with the five-year average -- only it isn't because earnings estimates are going to fall further.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks -4.4% YTD
  • Spoos -8.0% YTD
  • Old man -9.4% YTD
  • Russy -13.1% YTD
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[META] PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING!!!! Rules v3.0 & the Introduction of Your New Overlord!

Hey, /pmsforsale! It's time to update the rules again. The entire point is to make this community better and safer for everyone involved.
 
 
NEW RULES v3.0!!!
 
 
With the addition of a new shiny bot (SuperShinyBot), we figured it was time for some new rules.
First, "Trade completed!" is the new call to get points. Your flair will now look something like: "S: 129 | B: 0". Where "S" stands for trades as a seller, and "B" stands for sales as a buyer. There are three different colors (if you're on old reddit). Red, silver, and gold. These colors only apply to your seller points. If you have <10, you're labeled red, even if you've done hundreds of transactions as a buyer. This means to proceed with caution. 10-99 is silver, which means you're a regular, and gold is for 100+. Really, red is the important one.
Please note that it is "Trade completed!" We are changing that, because we only want you to initiate the bot after the buyer has received their goods, and is happy. If you’re caught abusing this, we will hand out a ban.
Here's an example of how it would work:
  1. Buyer comments in WTS post
  2. BuyeSeller reach agreement
  3. Buyer Pays
  4. Seller ships
  5. Buyer messages Seller when package arrives/is happy
  6. Seller comments on Buyer's comment with "Trade completed!"
  7. Buyer and Seller leave Feedback
The most common question that will more than likely be asked: But what about the last two years? Do I get points for that??? No. Why? Let's pretend like those two years never happened and that this is a new sub, okay? Thank you! Realistically, I'm paying out of my pocket for this bot, and on top of that, it could easily be manipulated anyway. Yes, it sucks. You, like me, would have many more points if he was working for the last two years.
Older user's points were automatically converted to seller points. I am aware that this is a flawed system, but if you've been here for the last two years and you haven't scammed someone yet, then chances are you aren't going to. But as always, proceed with caution.
Secondly, in three to six months (this hasn't been decided yet), there are going to be major rule changes. I'm not going to go into detail, but the changes are to prevent scammers. But one thing I can assure you? You're all going to hate them. Start forging your sharpest pitchforks.
Third, posts have to start with [WTS], [WTT], or [WTB]. All others will be automatically removed by your new overlord. This is because he is setup to award buyer and seller points based on this tag. Cancer-Cheater, what about [META] posts? Well, they'll be removed. Send a PM to the mod team, and we will respond and if we feel it is appropriate, we will approve it.
Why all these rule changes?? Because I'm fucking lazy, and want SuperShinyBot to do the heavy lifting.
Fourth. No more cross posts! At all! The reason being is that we have different rules and a different system from /coins4sale.
Additionally, once a year, Cancer-Cheater will be creating a post asking for donations to keep this bot running. I would appreciate if you could all support it. I would do PayPal, or silver donations and I'll pay it myself. It looks like it’ll be between $7 and $14 a month.
My sincerest apologies for this taking so long; I'm aware this is long overdue.
 
 
With all that said, SuperShinyBot should now be live.
 
 
Rules v2.0: (just copy and pasted from the old META post)
Unless it is posted here, any other rule of this sub remain the same.
Rule Changes and Adjustments
New Rules: We’ve decided to allow the selling of bullion related items! A lot of you have asked about it, and we’ve decided it is a good idea. I’m sure this will need some fine tuning, but for now, we are keeping it as bullion related. For instance, capsules, books, albums, or storage. Bullion related items have to be sold along with bullion. We are making this a requirement so /pmsforsale doesn’t become swamped with WTS threads for bullion related items.
Want to Buy [WTB] posts: You can now only post one WTB post every 48 hours.
Want to Sell [WTS] posts: WTS posts are to be made ONCE every 48 hours. For clarification, when your last WTS post reads “submitted 2 days ago by XXXX”, that means it has been 48 hours. If you have more items for sale, please update your flair if it hasn’t been 48 hours. Since this has been an issue as of late, if you post another WTS/WTT thread within 48 hours of your previous one we will remove the new one, and you won’t be able to post another for 48 hours from the time that your new thread was posted. Repeat offenders will be handled on a case by case basis.
Proof Pictures: For every WTS thread, you are required to provide at least one proof picture. This proof picture has to have a handwritten note with today’s date AND your username. We know it can be a hassle, but even if you posted two days ago, you have to post an updated photo.
RULE CHANGE: For now on, unless the item is sealed, for example, a tube of coins, we are asking that you remove them from the tube for the proof picture, and for sealed tubes, we ask that you place it on its side when taking a picture, so we know there are coins in it. Same goes for bullion that comes in government packaging (proof eagles, for example).
Want to Trade [WTT] posts: Just like a WTS post, you have to provide a proof picture of all the items you’re wanting to trade, and you can only make one post every 48 hours. The same proof pictures apply to a WTT thread. We do not allow WTT posts of people trading non bullion items for bullion.
Copper Bullion: Because of the interest shown in this lately, we've decided to allow copper bullion.
Rule Change: Copper bullion is now permitted - this includes things like SBSS/Zombucks rounds, copper bars, etc. As before, copper pennies sold in bulk and as bullion will still be allowed. Numismatic base metal coins (cents, nickels, etc.) are still NOT acceptable.
As a clarification, since there's been some confusion all around about this - packaged sets of coins that contain base metal coins alongside silvegold coins ARE allowed. (e.g., proof sets with silver coins, Coin and Chronicles sets, etc.)
Payments: If someone posts a WTS or WTT thread, and they want to accept gift cards, we will allow that. But you cannot post that you have gift cards or other items for trade for bullion. Typical payments are PayPal, Google Wallet, cryptocurrencies, check, cashier’s check, and money order.
 
 
Recommended Practices:
Let me start off by saying that these are simply recommended practices, and not rules of this subreddit.
For any transaction, a level of trust is required. Check /pmsfeedback to see feedback for any user you're considering a transaction with. You may also use the flair next to their name in this subreddit - however, understand that this is only an indication of volume of transactions, and does not take into account how the transaction went, only that it was initiated.
Be sure you're satisfied with the security of the deal before sending funds or metals to another user. If you're not entirely satisfied, do not hesitate to ask to use a secure payment method, such as Paypal Goods & Services, or to ask a trusted member to serve as an escrow - or whatever else you deem necessary. If you can't come to terms that make both parties feel comfortable, just wait for another opportunity.
Just as a reminder, the mods of /pmsforsale do not vouch for any particular user or guarantee any transaction. That's entirely between the parties of any particular deal, so be sure you do your own due diligence and make sure YOU are comfortable with any risk you choose to take. While the overwhelming majority of transactions that have taken place here have gone off without a hitch, remember that all transactions here are done at your own risk.
Suggested layout for creating a WTS or WTT listing:
This is a general guideline and not a necessity.
Proof Picture:
Provide a clear proof picture with your username, today’s date, and all the items you are selling or trading. Also include plenty of close up shots if you feel it is necessary. Precious metal buyers like to know exactly what they’re getting, and clear pictures will help in preventing any issues. [Imgur](www.imgur.com) is the most popular image hosting site on /pmsforsale, and simple to use.
Payment Options: List your payment options – PayPal Goods & Services, PayPal Friends & Family, Google Wallet, Bitcoin, other cryptos, or what you’re looking for to trade.
Items For Sale or Trade:
List each item you have for sale or trade, along with the price after it, unless you’re looking for offers. If there is anything worth nothing about the item (condition, rarity, etc), put it here.
Shipping:
Make sure you state if your prices include shipping, or if it is separate. If separate, state how much shipping will be, and where you’ll ship to. Also mention who covers the insurance cost if you offer it.
Helpful Hint:
Printing a shipping label is easy, and cheaper through PayPal. This link to PayPal takes you directly to set up a shipping label. Anything under 13 ounces can be shipped via USPS First Class Mail with free tracking.
Thanks to spockdad, here is a wonderful video on how to securely package your items to ensure it arrives safely to the buyer!
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