The price of gold has apparently dropped by over $14 million dollars per ounce. It will now cost you $14,221,825.20 to relieve yourself from an ounce of gold. I am here to offer a service. Before you bury your gold, contact me and I will take it off your hands, free of charge!
Just keep an eye on my auctions with a little help from the house I'm giving my gold away along with free postage.
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And your auctions are where?
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On the plus side...Coppers going to go up %40......
I just got 2 oz from the LCS and I now have 30 million in the bank to go with my 2 oz AU! Thanks for the heads up!
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Didn't gold go up because Trump won and people were ****ting bricks for a week?
Gold has gone down at this point because money has flowed out of gold and into the U.S. Dollar and the stock market. I hope Trump will bring some improvement to the business climate of Youngstown.
Lordstown is getting rid of its 3rd shift, companies that supported them are also laying off starting next year. Unless oil goes up nobody is going to be drilling new fracking wells so no need for more specialized local piping. So many for lease signs around here during the holidays.
I am hoping for the best in the area.
During this past summer managed to accumulate about 1500 lbs of light insulated copper wire along with a few hundred pounds of heavier number one of which two strands are insulated with one bare plus a fair amount of dryer and electric range cords. Yes I have become a cord cutter.
So it was felt all over NZ, 800kms south and about 1000kms north of the 300km dia quake zone.
So far I have not actually even felt a quake from the strong quakes over the last 5 years, or even been there to see the aftermath.
With plastic coated wire, I have found out to keep the 'tinned copper' wires separate from the 'bare copper wire' (but inside the plastic coating)
There's different grades for them and any way to increase the price is worth it.
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