Which is the Best Silver investment? Silver Bullion Silver Coins? It depends

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What is the best silver investment? Really that depends on your personality type and what you are comfortable with. In this video I go over why I think having a balanced stack is the best Silver investment. You can only realize an investment when you sell it. Otherwise, you are collecting or accumulating, which is perfectly fine. There are different types of investments, which is the right investment for you? I can't answer that, but I give a high level overview for each type. Do I cover all types? No, my numismatics only cover modern and very limited types. I think its high level enough in a decent amount of time to give some insight from my perspective. I tried to keep it short and to the point, so I missed some things.

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The key points:
Keep the stack liquid and moving up and down
Know where you will sell? Local, Online, Auctions?
Know how to sell? Shipping, pricing
Know how much it will cost you to sell, what is the net amount you will receive? Fee's
How to ship when you sell...

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Shahrir Hj Ahmad . 2019-03-10
Great content. We will be having the grand launching of our new Numismatic Coin at www.symmetricdynamic.com on this 17 Mac 19.
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Hungry Dog . 2018-11-15
May I know where can i find the platform to sell the silver coins? should i send to GNC to get the certificate first or can sell it as is. thank you.
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Nelvin 78 . 2018-06-21
Nobody knows Pandas ? Panda coins are huge
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Dot Com . 2018-04-13
American eagles all day.
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Metalbestos . 2018-03-18
Can you speak up ? I can barely hear you over my shit fan
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Gary Richard Bastian . 2018-03-10
Good Vid. I like your opinions on short med long term. Well thought out and sensible. Good Presentation
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K00L VIDEOS . 2018-01-30
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Sherjeel Chaudhry . 2018-01-26
181st like and 106th comment so early lol.
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Alberth Sweet . 2018-01-06
Investing in silver is the best option, money is not devalued, it is the problem, I have read about a cryptocurrency that allows you to acquire it.
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Joe Campbell . 2017-12-22
I do the same “hobby” it all started when I was the Boy Scouts
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LeRoy Engle . 2017-09-21
I love my mercuries, walking liberties, standing liberties, barbers, even the Franklins and early Kennedies. But, except for those of us in the community how many of the normal population know the silver content of value of Constitutional silver?
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Jim A . 2017-08-31
Bullion items will drop or rise depending on spot. Numismatics or semi numismatics will drop or rise depending on spot and will likely lose premium so they may drop faster and farther than bullion. You said (2:45) that bullion will drop the most. I disagree since they have no premium to lose.
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Bearded Bjorn . 2017-07-28
I found some of the terminology a bit confusing. I'm a total newbie and am looking at my first buy.
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silverstacker21 . 2017-07-10
I like the half ounce Lunar series coins and I think they are a pretty good investment.
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OtherAntking . 2017-06-19
panda panda panda all day!
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berryvegas . 2017-05-21
What about the superman maple leaf do you like it?
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Jay Parker . 2017-05-08
Extremely Helpful
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borg386 . 2017-05-08
I think all silver will reach its premium prices pre and post apocalyptic
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John Magdaraog . 2017-05-05
I have a question, if I want to invest for the long-term lets 10+ years which coin should I stack? I'm 22 right now, I just recently purchased my 12 American eagles this week. I do know that buying American Eagles is a safe-bet in terms of recognizability and efficiency with selling anywhere and anytime.
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Matthew The Great Coin Roll Hunter . 2017-03-10
I like those designs. Interesting share.
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Zzyzx Zee . 2017-02-14
I collect everything wont sell for ar least 5 years or if it hits $50 then i sell half
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Silver Wings . 2017-02-13
Great advice. Thank you. Im a new collector and I sure got a lot of info that I will be putting to use as I make my purchases.
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Emma Husby . 2017-01-30
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Robertw . 2017-01-23
Thanks some good info
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Roberta Lanz . 2017-01-22
yhun6, Gold prices could soar if Donald Trump says any one of these five things
1. Trump declares his intention to name China a currency manipulator. ETFs of interest are iShares China Large-Cap ETF FXI, -0.12%  ProShares UltraShort FTSE China 50 FXP, +0.35%  and Deutsche X-Trackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF ASHR, -0.16%
2. Trump declares his intention to abandon the so-called one-China policy.
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tallthinkev . 2017-01-02
Why don't the rounds have a date on them? Should think it would be good for both the mint and those you wish to buy them. Not only is it nice, in it's self, to have each year maybe they could hold a value over spot?
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Eli Redshirt . 2016-12-27
I buy .999 silver, but saw a deal on some U.S. Mint Silver $1 Commemorative Coins BU/Proof ASW .7734 oz, .900 pure. 26.7g for around 17.00....would this be a deal for a stacker or are these mainly for flippers and collectors ? I was just wondering if this is a beter deal than buying .999 rounds at 17.50+ish?
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Jonathan Arroyo . 2016-12-06
beautiful variety
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hpviolin _ . 2016-11-30
Hi, thanks for the video! it was very informative. I' just started my stacking with a ten years goal. I'm from Mexico and here we don't have as much variety to chose. We have the Libertad oz. so that's what I'm getting. Some pre 64' american coins from time to time, but mostly Libertad ounces. Forgive my ignorance in the subject, like I said, I'm new and this kind of videos help me a lot. But, I still don't understand the "value" of the collection coins. My mindset is all about the raw price of silver. I think that at the end of the day, that is the price you are going to be able to sell your stack at some point. At least in my country, people (banks, pawn shops, jewelers) are going to weight the coins or bars or whatever, no matter how pretty or exotic it is, and that's what they are going to pay me for it. Please let me know how wrong I am, and what other videos or info can I watch to get more informed.
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Cody Needham . 2016-10-19
sub for sub?
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LarryRickenbacker . 2016-09-06
Will the Canadian Maple Leaf (silver) be a better investment than the U.S. Silver Eagle? , vs. generic Silver rounds? I'm preparing to make a gift of 5 oz. of Silver to a child who graduates elementary school soon, that's why I ask.
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The Morgan Report . 2016-05-10
Sorry phone typing. It is NOT currently an issue as you state. Will it be? The myth is everyone cannot own a little.
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The Morgan Report . 2016-05-10
Not everyone can own a little. As you state correctly is is now currently an issue. Best regards always and everywhere.
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The Morgan Report . 2016-05-10
https://youtu.be/IHcusYVwNWc Silver Market Myths
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themanginaman . 2016-04-29
Love those jm bars
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Eli Redshirt . 2016-03-31
Great vid and ifo......What are your thoughts on privys ? (kook with monkey or goat etc privy .....or the Lunar Year of the Monkey lion privys) sub'd too
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DetroitLove4U . 2016-03-05
The best silver investment is a numismatic investment solely over a PM/Bullion investment getting the best of both worlds and not so much "finished" non business strike silver pieces - it is business strike silver pieces that one should buy because the numismatic value preserves or protects against the silver bullion volatility margins in mitigation as it may relate therein. The best investment in my opinion are Morgan and Peace silver dollars. Realistically the Kookaburras with the finish proof doesn't need to merit numismatic value - one is paying for the finish. The finish gives it a numismatic reference but when one compares the .900 silver content business strike numismatic side of Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars - if silver makes a big run and sustains itself in the long term then the numismatic markets will make adjustments therein - moreover they're not going to make as readily and relative adjustments for non business strike coins. So altogether does one want to buy a pretty finish non business strike coin with selective collectability and refined costs or  does one want to be more extensive and invest in coinage that meets business strike, silver content, historical numismatic real value, and recognized collector interests worldwide? Nothing personifies the Old West better than the Morgan Silver Dollar a true piece of American History.
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Vampire_born_in_2006 . 2016-03-03
I don't believe pandas are so good, they are very collectible, but you pay such a crazy price over spot. Silver eagles are good for long term, it might be good to get some every year, until the selling time comes (when prices are high, and nobody know exact time when it will happen). But my opinion is that it is better to mostly buy just cheap rounds or bars that are the lowest over spot. Most important is the weight of silver you have. Eagles are kinda always something over spot, but that is longer term investment, and they will be harder to sell at a high price. Generic rounds and bars are easier to sell, you pay a bit over spot, get spot price in the end - simple. With numismatic - you may still get spot or a bit over if you need to sell fast.
And those certified coins in the packages are just a rip off, I will never buy those, especially silver
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max cadey . 2016-02-28
I pretty much just stick with circulated coinage. merc dimes, barber and walker halves. morgan and peace dollars. standing libertys with a clear date. i dont care if they are a little worn. i even get into world silver coins too. I try to get as close to spot as I can. just my strategy.
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waynewayne johnson . 2016-02-26
As far as a few of you not knowing when to sell, it all depends what you got into it for.I started buying at $32 spot this time around and just to get my average per OZ below 20 I had to buy a lot when it was in the 15's and 16's, mostly Eagles, Mapleleafs, and Johnson-Mathey with about 50 Engelhard, then sitting on 260 Oz's of silvertowne and the Silvertowne is the first thing I will dump being Generic.  730 total silver and 4 Oz's total Gold,  I hope to get to 1000 silver before this fall so I can start concentrating on Gold.
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waynewayne johnson . 2016-02-26
You cannot put that Somali elephant with a generic coin, REALLY
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waynewayne johnson . 2016-02-26
As far as investing in numismatic coins, it all depends on how it ends, if it ends in a financial collapse then numismatics are a waste to even buy.Junk silver really, well your outlook on stacking and mine and many other stackers is a lot different, Eagles, and Maple leafs are by far the best investments out there, I do agree with you on generics but that's it.
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Gold Bug . 2016-02-24
popularity goes a long way when picking up things like the Lunars. Lunars are a long play indeed now that their popularity is secured. If they ever did a Lunar III, price is bound to explode.
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PlataStacker 1 . 2016-02-01
Very well done my friend 🙏🙏🙏
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Ken Johnson . 2016-01-30
If and when the SHTF numismatic coins may not be worth much more than the value of the silver content.  I am buying silver bars as inexpensive as I can.  Silver is silver.  Coins are worth only what someone else is willing to give you for them.
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Oleg Malashevich . 2016-01-29
do you know good websites to see info about silver coins, like mintage, variations or so on....thanks
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markco2 . 2016-01-12
I bought some silver a couple of years ago and really lost out when the price went down. Been thinking I'll just dump it. Maybe one day I'll win the powerball.....
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Silver Dee . 2016-01-04
nice video liked and subbed
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Cooee Mate . 2015-11-30
good job..i sub u..sub me back..cheers
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Sodthong . 2015-11-24
I think Silver is a poor investment as its an industrial metal, and the price will be fixed for many years to come. It is more of a value store imo..
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