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Silver is the Best First Investment

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7 comments to Silver is the Best First Investment

  • AgShaman

    I think you are spot on. This is a good video with great advice for first timers.

    Silver was my 2nd investment….unfortunately. My first investment disappeared with the dot.com bubble in 2000.

    It was winter later that year….I had been laid off from work, dejected and thoroughly ‘bummed out’ for losing my entire retirement account in the stock market, I rented a place in a resort town and took up the sport of snowboarding. One day, on the chairlift I was riding with another dude, I had a conversation of enlightenment. This Cat told me I should start dumping my money into silver and gold. He said it was much safer than gambling at the casinos of the stock market because in my possession, a margin call will not come, and the bankstars will not remove it from my ownership. He gave me a one ounce silver round. I wish I still had it today for sentimental reasons (plus, it was a really cool coin that had great artistic qualities). I was off and running…spring resumed along with my work/job and I enjoyed years of 5 dolluh silver to give my stack a good start/beginning. It also bought me time to look into PM’s further and see what this Cat was on about and what the real functionality and potential of PM’s was along with its historical nature and future possibilities based upon those low price points. I have “stacked” everywhere in between 5 and $30…so the “DCA effect” is real and it is essential for longer term stackers.

    Welp….there’s my story Silver Fortune….keep up the good work and hope you encourage more people to take back their lives from the clutches of the banksters.

  • Ed_B

    Silver was my… heck, I don’t even know which investment it was but it was nowhere near 1st or 2nd. I started investing in the mid-1970s and have been at it ever since. But silver isn’t what I call an investment. Neither is gold. I also do not consider my insurance policies as “investments”. They are necessary and perhaps assets but not investments. They come out of the drawer when crap happens, which it does once in a while. Until then, they just sit there, waiting to be of use. The gold and silver in my safe is similar. Not needed today but of considerable value nonetheless.

    • glitter 1

      Ed_B,

      “Silver was my… heck, I don’t even know which investment it was but it was nowhere near 1st or 2nd. I started investing in the mid-1970s and have been at it ever since. But silver isn’t what I call an investment.”

      If you bought Silver and Gold in the 70’s,it’s as much an investment as your house or that Muscle Car that’s been sitting in a garage.OK silver isn’t up as much as gold,only because of it’s a targeted asset for suppression,as you already know.If you bought gold when it was $41 in 71 you have done pretty nicely.
      I bought my first roll of ASEs for under $5oz,I paid under $100.I first got interested in PM’s listening to Gary North who was warning of Y2K then I started reading everything I could find on the subject,i.e. Gold/silver Seek articles et al.
      Gold has outperformed the S&P since 2000,so I’d say it’s a pretty good investment.

  • Eric

    If it walks like a bubble, talks like a bubble, quacks like a bubble… it’s a bubble.

  • The Truth

    What kind of coin is that in the video picture?

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