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  1. I'm still here. Thanks and Keep up the good work By the way I need to change my registered email address (as its changed). How do I change it ?? Had a look through my profile and cant see anything.
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    looking good for a four figure afternoon fix in £ First time @ £1000
  3. Hello...I love Marmite on toast!

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    The thing that concerns me is that if I had bought property in 1998 and rode the bull all through the heady days of 2006, missed the top and sold today. I would still stand to receive substancial returns. The housing market is like a huge oil tanker and takes years to slow, stop and reverse. What I am not so sure on is the speed that commodity markets slow, stop and reverse. ( yes, yes I know GIM etc ) Knowing / planning when to " jump ship " certainly is turning into a burden for me. It would be a shame to join the bull early only to exit just when its getting exciting. Likewise no one wants to ride the wave all the way up and down ( probably adding further to my position on the way down ) In everyway I agree with all here that the peak is probably years off, but it doesn't stop me questioning my reasoning.
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    Exactly. I think well I could sell a portion and that would mean the remaining portion is in affect free, but what would I do with the money. I have no other choise but to ride the bull.
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    This is trully going to be a testing time for all of us, when the bull starts bucking can we stay aboard. I have to ask myself am I prepared to ride it up to £1100 then see the drop to £890 ???? Am I staying with the herd or am " I " the herd ?? At what point do I exit ?? Maybe I should have answered that question when I entered @ £300......Oh I did.....£500, no hold on longer....£700, no hold on longer.....£800, ok sell some ( only 5 - 10% ) and buy back lower......Dammm it, its still going up..........Ok, sell @ £900, oh missed that, never mind still going up will hang in there.................................... When will this madness end :-)
  7. https://www.tescogoldexchange.com/?cmpid=te...e/gold/homepage Britains biggest supermarket is offering a cash4gold service and a very competetive rate of up to £10 per gram for 9ct + Clubcard points, but what does this mean ?? For those following the gold market over the past 10 years and comparing the spike in the price in the 70s, many have been waiting for a " Shoeshine boy " moment. Surely tho the shoeshine boy is about buying and all the indication are that people are queueing to sell, all be it in a virtual queue. For Tescos to jump into the already saturated market of scrap gold, must mean there are still huge volumes out there. Speaking to close friends who are in the jewellery trade and have been buying scrap gold for many many years have found a slow down in sellers for the past 6 months. 2008 / 2009 and the begining of 2010 where crazy. One guy I know runs gold parties and would on a regular basis run out of hard currency for the housewives on a Tuesday afternoon but he has reported a slower market for a few months now. When will the " Shoeshine boy " start to buy ???
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    I have not seen this posted here. Tescos are doing cash4gold https://www.tescogoldexchange.com/
  9. Well done DrBubb, thanks to you and others we have a lively discussion board. This always helps me to keep questioning myself regarding my investment views. Keep up the good work !!
  10. marmite

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    £9 short of £900, looking strong today What is causing this current weakness in the £ ??? We had 1.60 all last week, but now down to 1.55
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    Up $17 right out of the traps. Could be a interesting day
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    new York has woken up with a slam dunk
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    Did anyone catch what the special was ?? I logged in at 10am London time and it was gone !!!!!!!!!!!
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    HEADS UP - CID will be doing a Gold special offer on saturday morning Any gueses what it will be ??? Maybe a 2010 nugget or 2010 krug or will it be a 2009 1/4 mexican liberted
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    "Lansing said that anyone considering using this facility should factor in the cost of holding a London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) account, which is the required recipient of the redeemed gold. He said: ‘There are additional costs in moving the investment grade gold into an account and form that an investor can conveniently hold.’ " It looks like there are additional costs above the £750. I think we will see more and more people take delivery in the future.
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