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Countries are buying precious metals to back their currencies..... you know like the UK and USA used to do :roll:

Like I said elsewhere, full denomination coins are out for now, fractional 1/10 Oz Gold and silver monthly are building my stacks.
Two is one and one is none, but three is even better.
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So does this happen in unsettled times as a rule or is this a huge omen and will I panic? As in, maybe buy jellybabies in bulk. Important stuff like that. :twisted:
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diamond lil wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 5:05 pm So does this happen in unsettled times as a rule or is this a huge omen and will I panic? As in, maybe buy jellybabies in bulk. Important stuff like that. :twisted:
I'm not a financial advisor, I just play one on the internet... :mrgreen:

As we all know Diversity in preps is paramount so take the following with a pinch of salt....

Clear all credit card debt first.

save up 6 months of cash as a fail safe from loss of job.

add to food preps

ISAs for tax free savings

Double pay mortgage payments

Precious Metals/Jelly babies

your priority list may vary when one or more on the list is furfilled add that money into PMs.
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No credit cards.
No debt.
No jobs to worry about losing.
No mortgage.
No need for savings really, too old to bother :mrgreen:
No room for food preps!
Can I just skip right to the jellybabies? :twisted: :twisted:
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diamond lil wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 8:59 pm No credit cards.
No debt.
No jobs to worry about losing.
No mortgage.
No need for savings really, too old to bother :mrgreen:
No room for food preps!
Can I just skip right to the jellybabies? :twisted: :twisted:
There you go then, you've just answered your own question... :mrgreen:
Two is one and one is none, but three is even better.
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Gold: £1909.45 per troy ounce

Silver: £25.06 per troy ounce
Two is one and one is none, but three is even better.
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Gold: £1832.72 per troy ounce

Silver: £23.85 per troy ounce
Two is one and one is none, but three is even better.
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Gold: £1831.52 per troy ounce

Silver: £23.92 per troy ounce
Two is one and one is none, but three is even better.
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Gold: £1816.56 per troy ounce

Silver: £23.12 per troy ounce
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diamond lil wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 8:59 pm No credit cards.
No debt.
No jobs to worry about losing.
No mortgage.
No need for savings really, too old to bother :mrgreen:
No room for food preps!
Can I just skip right to the jellybabies? :twisted: :twisted:
I hope you do have some savings. It's never too old to start saving a bit each month. Just for if a few big jobs come up on the house, unless it's rented that is. Even then you might have to pay for repairs. Maybe something non-house related could crop up. I ended up taking out two loans. I've paid most of it off, and I could pay the rest, but I don't want my available funds to get low again. So I'm ok with about £38 interest a month, which will gradually reduce to zero.