Solari Report - Options for Storing Precious Metals

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Solari Report - Options for Storing Precious Metals

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PREFACE

In this article, we summarize some of the better-known custodial, vaulting, and digital gold arrangements available to individual investors in precious metals and provide a list of considerations for those interested in exploring these and other alternatives available to them.

Thought others might be interested...

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While we believe that the ideal precious metals storage alternative from many perspectives is a secure, at-home cache, in some cases home storage is not practicable—for example, for particularly large holdings.

I'm OK with the secure home storage having not quite reached the requirement for larger holdings. It seems that the illustration shows 100 standard 400 oz bars which comes to about $48 million at todays price. Just a little out of my league. Laughing

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SteveW wrote:
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While we believe that the ideal precious metals storage alternative from many perspectives is a secure, at-home cache, in some cases home storage is not practicable—for example, for particularly large holdings.

I'm OK with the secure home storage having not quite reached the requirement for larger holdings. It seems that the illustration shows 100 standard 400 oz bars which comes to about $48 million at todays price. Just a little out of my league. Laughing

Not to worry. As soon as we hyperinflate the $48 million will be lunch money.Money mouth

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Ken C wrote:

Not to worry. As soon as we hyperinflate the $48 million will be lunch money.Money mouth

nope, the gold hyperinflates also .. probably to billions, maybe trillions

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Re: Solari Report - Options for Storing Precious Metals

Nothing wrong with a piece of PVC pipe and a shovel !

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TNdancer wrote:

Nothing wrong with a piece of PVC pipe and a shovel !

What about a neighboor with a shovel and a metal detector?

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Mr. Fri wrote:
TNdancer wrote:

Nothing wrong with a piece of PVC pipe and a shovel !

What about a neighboor with a shovel and a metal detector?

He'd need a big shovel to dig up that Sugar Maple.

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