Ok. I’m previewing my newest idea here first. Been working nonstop on due diligence since it came across my radar. Not fully done but imminent news could be major catalyst so you decide, can a) buy before PRs hoping for big pop which may not happen or b) be prepared to buy after PR that could significantly derisk the value dispersions.

Copper is at the confluence of EV/renewable bubble overinvestment, economic stimulus, a supply deficit and low inventories. You know I am
invested in OCO.V...

As the AG of California, Kamala Harris blocked evidence that would exonerate inmates on death row, and kept men in prison at $2/day to make license plates and fight fires.

This mosaic is made from some of the lives she destroyed.

@Yetimon What about the double spend bug that popped up on 1/21 for $21?

Well, Trump didn't pardon Snowden or Assange after all. What a pussy.

@gregasmaximus @ianthetechie @dasahib Ignore all my previous advice and ideas. Just buy the nasdaq.

So TSLA fanboys tell you ARK only sells TSLA to keep weighting under 10%, right? WRONG. ARKK is an ACTIVELY managed fund, unlike their weighted funds like PRNT.

ARKK has been steadily disposing of TSLA in recent weeks.

@gregasmaximus @admin TL;DR, when someone on FinPeeps follows someone on another instance, the 2 instances know about each other now. So it's kinda like building out a map over time of communities which this local community knows about. Each one gets its own local flavor but federation ties multiple instances together. kevq.uk/how-does-mastodon-work

To anyone who joined via FinPeeps.com - if you click on the "Federated" link on the right you can see posts from several other Mastodon instances.

@gregasmaximus American politics have gone absolutely nuts. No room for centrists anymore.

@Sabex No worries and good luck! The fact that it's a little harder to liquidate your position means it won't worry you on the ups and downs as much. In the past 10 years I've never had issues finding a buyer and I've never sold below spot. The eagles I've always sold for a premium.

@Sabex I'm seeing a $100 premium on gold eagles, which is around a 5% premium.

If you're buying smaller denominations (1/4 oz etc.) you'll pay a higher premium.

Don't buy 100 oz bars - you can basically only sell them to bullion dealers that have expensive electronics to make sure they aren't fake.

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