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Old 01-13-2008, 10:29 AM   #41
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Old 01-13-2008, 05:15 PM   #42
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About three decades ago, I accumulated a few hundred ounces of silver in 10 oz bars. Put them in the basement with some guns and war surplus rations. What was I thinking?

I paid between $9 and $11 dollars an oz. Today it's worth about $15 an oz. Gee, I wonder if I would have been better off putting that several thousand bux into an MF?
I bought 100 oz of silver in the 1983 I think it was about $9/oz. I stored in a dresser and every once I while I'd show it to a friend. Somehow during a couple of moves the silver bar, grew wings and flew off.

The local talk radio stations has a National gold bug show. Everytime I hear his claim that "Gold has never been worth zero". I laugh because I've never had a stock go to zero (even when I had physical stock certificates) but my silver is now worth zero.
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