Bitcoin more favorable than gold in China
Submitted May 30, 2016 at 11:47PM by Coinbitgold
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Submitted May 16, 2016 at 11:55PM by avantikasingh
Possible silly question
So I'm getting interested in buying gold and silver. I'm just getting started. I'm super new to this. I'm pretty far from some investor following the market and buying stocks in mines (That's something people do, I think? Forgive me if I'm mistaken. Once again, quite new.)
I just bought one coin at my post office (I don't know if this is the case anywhere else, but they sell them in post offices in Canada) and it came in this fancy case. It had this little piece of paper talking about the coin.
So, my question is this. Do I need that case and paper for it to have value?
I'm not going to lie, this is sort of fulfillment of a childhood dream on my part. Growing up, I just liked the idea of having a little bag of coins. Maybe a full on chest if I ever get enough of them. Though by that point, I'm sure I'd be some hardcore investor who wanted to store them somewhere serious. So little bag that I toss to my henchman as payment it is.
I realize this means I'm not taking it as some super serious investment (Though I suppose I could eventually sell them if I needed to, or pass them on to kids, or whatever) it's just fulfillment of a childhood dream.
But I figure if they loose value without that piece of paper/case, I might as well just use normal coins.
I guess what I'm asking is – What does just keeping the coin (And that plastic case they come in. I want em looking nice. Not all scratched up.) do to the value? It's silver, so I'm sure it's still worth something, but will a pawnshop buyer give me the run around with out all that fancy shit?
Sorry if any of this is stupid (Beyond the inherently juvenile fantasy of just having a pouch of silver/gold coins) it's just something I've been wondering since buying that guy.
Submitted May 11, 2016 at 08:25PM by Shitpostingmonster
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Submitted May 09, 2016 at 07:47PM by StrattonOrbis
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Good coin for obsessively holding, rubbing between fingers, gripping in sweaty hands, etc?
As described in the title, I'm looking for a good coin to use as a tactile distraction. It appeals to me to have something of substantial value. I am new to this and have done very little research. If I bought a 1 ounce Gold American Buffalo would it suffer any corrosion, deterioration etc from constant handling? It is mainly to be kept in my desk drawer beside my computer. If gold isn't suitable, are other types of bullion or coins an option?
Submitted May 09, 2016 at 06:26PM by rareplane
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100oz silver or 1oz gold?
If you had to buy one right this second which would it be and why?
Submitted May 05, 2016 at 10:29AM by VinnyVinc3nt
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Just found this coin. How to proceed if I want to sell it?
I eventually found this coin in my house and after a few researchs, I feel like it might be wort a bit. I was wondering what is the best way to sell this kind of thing. If you have any clues, please tell me.
Submitted May 02, 2016 at 08:43AM by Bulix