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Greece
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Anybody sobered about what is going on in Greece? Can you imagine what would happen if that occurs here? I shudder to even think about it.
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All the goldbugs have been freaking out about this for months. It will be interesting to see if precious metals make a big move on the Greek default.

Be glad you don't have any deposits in a Greek bank. Everyone seems to think the banks are going to raid peoples accounts next.
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Rik Bitter;167494 Wrote:All the goldbugs have been freaking out about this for months. It will be interesting to see if precious metals make a big move on the Greek default.

Be glad you don't have any deposits in a Greek bank. Everyone seems to think the banks are going to raid peoples accounts next.

I saw that about raiding accounts. :-(

Saw there was a Greek couple honeymooning in NYC and then on the last couple days their bank card got shut down. Some Good Samaritans gave them some money to stay in a hotel their last night and get some food before flying home.
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Just more proof that the Liberal paradise doesn't work. As if Eastern Europe wasn't enough proof that socialism and communism doesn't work. Eventually, you run out of other people's money to redistribute.
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#5
Greece today:

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That president of theirs deserves to get strung up by the people for having sold them out to foreign banking interests unilaterally. Treason.
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#6
It's gonna happen here, just a matter of time.
We're hanging on by a string.
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I read that allot of people in that country have some gold and silver that they keep in bank saftey deposit boxes, now that the banks are closed they can't get to it, and are worried that the government is going to confiscate it.
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redeye202;167790 Wrote:I read that allot of people in that country have some gold and silver that they keep in bank saftey deposit boxes, now that the banks are closed they can't get to it, and are worried that the government is going to confiscate it.

This is why some cash and precious metals should be part of everyone's preps.

"Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They always run out of other people's money." -- M. Thatcher
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Rik Bitter;167803 Wrote:
redeye202;167790 Wrote:I read that allot of people in that country have some gold and silver that they keep in bank saftey deposit boxes, now that the banks are closed they can't get to it, and are worried that the government is going to confiscate it.

This is why some cash and precious metals should be part of everyone's preps.

"Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They always run out of other people's money." -- M. Thatcher

I was thinking about starting to buy some gold and silver once I find a better job and am able to. But I don't have any other investments, currently. My dad has tons of investments and gold both, but he told me regular investments are better to start with than gold. But I thought the way things are going, gold and silver would be good to start with. Any opinions?
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Silver is very easy to start with, and takes only a small amount of money at a time. One-ounce bars are common at flea markets, but be aware of the current market, as you may overpay a bit. I'll buy any 1 oz. bars/coins I find at a price I'm happy with, when I'm in the market. I don't care about the markings, etc. I just want the silver itself.
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