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par g.sandro Sam 12 Déc 2009 - 18:23

j.Hommel, a demandé à ses lecteurs de lister les objections opposées à leurs tentatives de convaincre leurs proches et amis de pécho du Silver/gold.

ill demande aussi quels arguments ont emporté la conviction des sceptiques et les ont amenés à basculer dans notre camps.

il a attendu un peu et a reçu 112 réponses que je suis en train de lire avec attention, c'est assez volumineux, mais authentiquement passionnant, je vous engage à m'imiter, on apprend plein de chose et on mesure à quel point on est loin d'être en situation de bulle tant le déni est ancré et répandu...

That's a great news folks...j.Hommel, a demandé à ses lecteurs de lister les objections opposées Alcooliq

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NB: je rendrai cette file publique quand vous aurez pris le temps d'y réagir, car elle constitue un remarquable outil pédagogique.
Ne tardez pas trop quand même.
Au stade où en est ma lecture (50%), je vous fais partager l'une des
meilleures parmi les nombreuses réponses que j'ai particulièrement
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  • Hi Jason,
  • I tell them it was FREE!!! let me explain.
  • I have been a collector since the age of 8, and at 41, I still collect, but
    over the last few yrs, I have bought more and more silver coins that are either
    semi-numismatic, or non-numismatic, based on their silver content alone. I buy
    as much "junk" silver as I can afford, but mostly foreign. I get it at melt
    value or sometimes even below melt.The variety of coins is fantastic, I usually
    get at least a few coins I have never seen, learn a lot about their history, and
    of course, accumulate a nice collection of foreign coins (they call them "world
    coins" now? maybe a PC thing?). They are just as good as major mint bars, if
    not more, because their authenticity can be validated by any coin dealer in the
    world with a Krause book and a scale. I organize them, tube them, and write the
    purity on the tube. All I need is a scale or some 3rd grade math, and I know
    the absolute silver content, and thus, the value (of the silver -- some have
    lots of copper too -- a bonus Smile

  • Every now and then, I bring an interesting coin to lunch where I work, and
    show a couple of close friends. One of the things I say when people ask me what
    I paid for them is that I paid NOTHING!!!! They were FREE!!! I get the
    strangest looks, but I then explain my "numismatic math"

  • I explain that since precious metals are the only REAL money around, and
    since the paper (fiat) money is going to eventually be worthless, I am just
    moving my risky fiat money to something more stable, REAL money of equal worth
    (at that time), but that will never go to zero. I further explain that not only
    is it FREE (because I have all the same value in worth as when I started - if
    not more with the recent uptrend) but the original country that paid for the
    mining, melting and minting has already paid my "seniorage." So I just get the
    final product without production costs.

  • I have a close friend that likes my coins. He was always asking me to sell
    him some of my neat coins, but I always say that I don't sell my coins. One day
    I brought in a beat up old silver eagle that was not real pretty to look at. I
    said "just hold it -- whenever you want, you can pay me melt value for it". He
    put it in his drawer -- . silver was 14.25/oz then. It is still in his drawer,
    and he is kicking himself for not buying it then. About 3 weeks ago, I called
    him from my local coin shop and said that they had a 20 balboa that I could get
    for him at melt (I was buying a large lot at melt, and the premium would be
    waived for this semi-numismatic coin because of my relationship with my local
    dealer, and the size of the rest of the purchase). He agreed, and got himself a
    nice 3.84 oz ASW 20 balboa from Panama. at $16.25/oz. Today, he is very pleased
    with his choice, and he is now checking eBay daily for world silver.

  • Creating Silver bugs -- .. and saving the world -- .. one ounce at a time --

Silver is king, Go Gold !

©️ G.Sandro

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par g.sandro Sam 13 Fév 2010 - 14:21

Refuting the Naysayers - Phoenix Speech

(Presented in Phonenix, Feb 4th!)

Silver Stock Report


by Jason Hommel, February 8th, 2010

(Note, many people are asking me about today's dip. I have no idea what
drives silver in the short term, other than excessive paper trading, as I have
noted in many past reports, such as can be found here:
A Tribute to 7th Grade Math August 31, 2008

Currently, our wholesale supplier is out of Silver Eagles,
which just broke record sales for 2009, and even greater sales for the first
month of 2010. We are rationing our remaining silver Eagles with higher than
normal costs over spot prices.) Currently, our sales at www.jhmint.com
are at all time highs.
Have you ever tried to convince your friends and family to buy gold and
silver? Of course you have, and of course it did not go well, or you had to
literally nag them for over a year to get them to act. I know, because my
readers tell me.

This was my main presentation for the Phoenix show:
I surveyed my readers, and 112 readers responded who all gave me feedback on
what people said to them as they tried to convince their friends and families to
buy gold. I summarized the naysayers comments and so-called reasons, or
excuses, that they gave to avoid buying silver or gold.
It is very interesting to know what "the other side" is saying, and
thinking. Their arguments should be closely scrutinized to see if there is any
validity to the bearish arguments for gold.
Some of my readers had no response to some of the reasons the naysayers had
for not buying gold. So here are some of the things I would say, if I was part
of the conversations with the naysayers, to help convince them to buy silver and
Some of what the naysayers say is just silly. But this entire issue is
deadly serious.

TOO HIGH NOW: Gold and Silver are just too
high/expensive now at "all time highs", a "bubble", and perhaps they are
bearish on the metals in the short term,waiting for a dip, or staying away,
thinking it will crash. Similar: Regret Wish I bought it cheaper, thinks it's
too late now.
--25 total
--Gold is far below the TRUE all time "inflation-adjusted
which would be about $7000/oz.
2 ways to adjust for inflation:
government cpi
money creation
HOW TO SELL?: They are concerned about when, where, how to
sell it, (confused about exit strategy), what will it buy, especially if cash
becomes worthless, then who could afford to buy gold and silver to keep the
price up? OR: Gold and Silver are not liquid enough, You can't spend, or buy
anything with them by using them as currency.
21 total
--You can always sell or trade gold or silver at any
time to any gold
dealer anywhere in the world, they are the
most liquid assets in the world,
a perfect store of value.
How's that housing market going for you? Not too liquid now, is it?
are those defaulted bonds going for you, now that major portions of the bond
market have frozen over?
CRAZY GOLD BUGS: Gold bugs are nuts, weird. OR: Those
promoting gold and silver are not credible. 19 total
We are not making stuff up; the bullish argument is from government
--The Fed admits it is creating money at all time
highs, that the US
federal annual budget is about $3
trillion, yet all the gold in all the
world ever mined in
all of human history is valued at a mere $5
How about those crazy real estate brokers pushing housing? Now that's
CLUE LESS: They admit they don't understand metals. No
time to go buy it or research it.
18 total
First, this is not an argument against gold at all.
Classic proof that we are not in a bubble, especially if this is the 4th most
common retort.
--You don't need to research gold for over a year before
you buy it,
you just need to get some now. NOW!
SHUT UP: Please stop talking about it. They don't have
the attention span to listen. Or: They don't want to think about the bad
17 total
It's not really an argument against buying gold.
That's like saying, "I"m
sinking in quicksand, please don't throw me a branch".
PRICE CHANGES: Don't like the volatility or uncertain
& risky price changes. (It's a gamble).
17 total
Don't like uncertainty? What about uncertain home prices? What about
uncertain futures of companies that go bankrupt, like Enron or GM? What about
bonds that default and go to zero?
--Gold is not a promise! It's solid, reliable, & real. And has
been real for the entire history of humankind.
GOVERNMENT WILL FIX IT: They think stocks/housing/economy
will come back. The government will provide.
14 total
UH, the economy will come back, after the fraud has been wrung out of the
system, well after the gold bull run is done. That's what happened in 1980.
SILENCE: Deer in the Headlights / No answer / ignore it.
Ah, this is not an argument, is it? For those of us who are trying to
convince people, we ought to remember that when a person "does not answer", it
might just be that they are learning to think for the very first time, and it
takes a while to get those mental gears going. We ought to be patient.
I'M BROKE: No money to buy it, I need to save, can't
afford the luxury of gold, got to pay down debt first
12 total
Funny that people say they have to pay down debt first. Interesting. How is
that going to happen when there is $2 trillion in cash in the banking system,
and $20 - 30 trillion in total debt to pay off? Not going to happen. What is
more likely to happen is that gold will go to $50,000/oz., and that the world's
gold stock of 5 billion oz. of gold increase in value from $5 trillion, where it
is today, and increase to $250 trillion. Then debt can be paid off.
BAD BROKERS: Financial advisor talked them out of it.
Well, that wasn't too smart was it? One thing to ask people is if your
broker is bearish on gold, ask the broker when they were ever bullish on gold.
IE, if they missed the first ten years of this constant bull market, then they
are clueless and not a reliable source of information.
Furthermore, all established brokers have an economic incentive to keep you
out of gold. If you buy it, they can't earn any commission on your account.
Gold does not pay them, it only pays you. Gold puts them out of business.
MIGHT BE STOLEN: No place to put it, it might be stolen,
too difficult to buy a safe. OR, Worried about paying taxes on the capital gain,
or outright confiscation.
9 total
Anyone who can afford gold, can afford to spend a tiny fraction on the
appropriate sized vault. Even if you only have one gold coin, you can afford a
wallet. If you can afford 10 gold coins, you can afford a small lock box,
Metals don't pay a dividend or interest. 6
Metals don't have to. Only inferior investments with higher risk need to
promise a higher return. But do they? Bonds pay 1-4%, and gold is going up 17%
per year for the last 10 years!

Bonds pay interest, and stocks pay dividends because they must compete
with gold as an investment.
That competition keeps us all honest. Even most of the mining stocks have
not kept pace with metals over the last 3 years.
No leverage in physical. A 100% or more gain in
non-leveraged physical metal is not enough to be worth it to improve their
life. 5 total
Physical IS highly leveraged. Banks practice fractional reserve "bullion
holding", and that creates leverage for physical holders.
If gold can exceed $50,000/oz., that's leverge of 50 to 1. If gold can
exceed a million per oz. with hyperinflation, that's leverage of 1000 to 1. If
gold can go to infinity dollars per oz., as all dollars and all leveraged
promises crash and burn, then the leverage in gold is near to infinity, and thus
the most highly leveraged investment you could possibly buy, except sivler, of
You can't eat gold, I'd rather buy food. 4
Good, buy food first. And guns! But after $10,000 of food, you may wish to
consider the metals. $1 million of food is probably too much food, but not too
much metals! The best part of gold is that you can't eat it, thus, high gold
prices don't cause starvation for the rest of the world!
Media coverage: Too much. (1) Too little (1) Too
confusing (2) 4 total
Whatever. Until most of the media in this nation is owned by Barrick and
Newmont, we are not in a bubble. Did you know that the Hearst Newspaper empire
and Hearst Castle, was founded by the son of a man who made it in silver
Gold is an archaic or barbarous relic. 4
Relics are valuable, which is why they are kept with tight security in
They are too educated to buy "useless" gold that "does
nothing". 4
God keeps men honest. Honesty is a good thing, and provides for your
future. It boils down to two things. You can trust your future to gold, or you
can rely on the promises of other men. As long as men on earth know how to lie,
I think gold is a good thing.
Being greedy is bad. 3
I agree. Let's shoot everyone who wants greater than 1% return in bonds;
they are greedy usurers who should be put to death. Just kidding, I have more
tolerance than that, and I don't believe in using force on others.
But the point is that gold investors are not greedy, bondholders are, but
they are both greedy and stupid, while gold investors are honest and wise..
If silver and gold are so great, why have they not kept
pace with inflation since 1980? 4 (Bloomberg was one)
But that's why they are great! As a recent underperformer, it stands to
reason that it will outperform at some point. But, in fact, if you go back to
1971, gold has outperformed everything else since then, and stands to continue
to do so, until most of the fraud has been wrung out of stocks and bonds.
How does gold have any value at all? 2
It's rare, and fits all the criteria that money must have. Money must be a
unit of account, a medium of exchange, and a store of value. To be those
things, money must have a number of specific properties that silver and gold
alone have.
Silver is too heavy. 2
Great! That means you get so much for your money, and means it's cheap. If
you would rather pay twice as much for your silver, so it will have half the
weight, I'd be happy to overcharge you! The point that silver is heavy is
good, this keeps other buyers away right now, which proves again, that it is
The Lord will provide. 2
I agree! The Lord has provided silver and gold for us. If we don't accept
his provision, then we have nobody to blame but ourselves if we have chosen to
trust in the frauds of men instead.
I'm locked into my IRA / 401k. 2
Anyone can put their IRA into the Central Fund of Canada, it holds 95% of its
assets in silver and gold, you can buy it as easy as any other stock, the ticker
is CEF, look it up.
Silver's just an industrial metal, and industrial demand
will go down if the economy crashes. 1
Good argument. If the economy crashes, it has to crash against something.
That something is gold and silver. They have been going up, as investment
demand has more than offset declining industrial demand.
"You can't take it with you". 1
I don't intend to. I have silver to help delay my own death. The more money
I have, the longer I can live here on earth! There is a direct correlation
between wealth and long life. The great depression of the 1930's greatly
shortened the average lifespan, down to about 50-60 years. Many people will die
sooner than they should in the deepening depression, because they won't have any
silver or gold to protect their wealth. It's quite sad, and they won't be
taking any paper dollars into hell with them into their early deaths.
Gold and silver are only just metals. 1
And cash, stocks, and bonds are all only just paper.
Jesus is coming. 1
And are you saying you'd rather be caught as a usurer when He comes back?

I'm making an argument between bonds and gold here, not between being a
Christian and owning gold. Being a Christian is not mutually exclusive with
owning gold. Actually if you believe in Jesus, it should be mandatory that you
not put faith in the idolatry of paper money, and rather, trust in the
provisions of God, like silver and gold, instead.
I'll wait until it becomes popular, then I'll buy it.
Oh Lord. "A fool and his money..."
The dollar will never crash 1
Really? It already has!
The government is not that dumb. 1
It's a problem of the USA only. 1
Gold has been going up in all currencies over the last ten years, and other
currencies are no better.
Gold and silver has been so disrespected and derided by the
government and economists 1
Frightened about market manipulation. 1
Already sold gold jewelry. 1
So making one bad decision means you have to make another, and will prevent
you from making a good decision?
I'm not a gold bug. 1
And believe it or not, I'm not a silver bug! 100 years ago, the silver bugs
advocated government price fixing of 15:1 for silver to gold. No free market
advocate advocates government price fixing today!
Gold is a scam. 1
As opposed to the dollar, which is something honest? Come on.
They don't want to buy on a dip, because the metals are
"trending down". 1
"Nobody ran around with bags of coins during Katrina, and
therefore metal will never been used in times of crisis." 1
Katrina in New Orleans is not the kind of crisis we are predicting. In a
monetary crisis, it's a flood of dollars, not water.
Why would they sell it if it's so great? 1
Do you think a salesman should rather sell crap? I was personally drawn to
silver, because I wanted to discover the greatest thing in the world, and then
write about that. Jesus, of course, is first, but silver is number two!
Why do I need it if you have some of it? (Son to Father)
There's a silver VAT (value added tax) of 15-17%, plus a
steeper markup in the UK than in the US. 1
Try having a revolution like we did in the USA over 200 years ago!
Money is not important. 1
Fine, give me all of yours!
I know someone who knew someone who lost so much when
silver crashed from $50/oz. in 1980. 1
So you know that the inflation adjusted high is about $350/oz., but you still
think silver can crash and lose another 95% from $15/oz.?
As interest rates rise, gold will fall. 1
OK, tell me when interest rates will get above 17%, and then maybe I'll
consider selling some gold. But to get to 17% interest rates, the bond market
will crash, and you better be in gold until then.
How do you know it's real? 1
Would you like to buy some chocolate novelty "coins"? $1200 each! Oh, you
would not be fooled by that? Then you probably won't be fooled by electroplated
silver coins either. Silver is 1/2 the density of gold, and simply does not
feel right. j.Hommel, a demandé à ses lecteurs de lister les objections opposées Clear

In conclusion, I didn't note any rational argument
that shows that we should not buy silver or gold. I just found a lot of
misinformation, ignorance, thoughtlessness and general foolishness. That's
not a solid basis for making a sound investment decision. Therefore, we must
reject the bad notions of why we should not be buying silver and gold. And
thus, we ought to invest into silver and gold. I've done just that, not only
owning a lot of it, but I'm fully engaged in the trading of it, to help other
people get into gold and silver, which people will probably do in much greater
numbers in the future, which will drive this bull market and precious metals
prices much higher.

Silver is king, Go Gold !

©️ G.Sandro

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