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23 Replies to “Silver Stacking Goals for 2023!”

  1. 30 ounces is nice. Especially if you gain that on every year for 5-10 years. Definitely a good investment. I’m going between Money Metal Exchange and Gainesville Coins grabbing silver.

  2. I was saving up for a down payment too hopefully I’ll be able to accomplish this Market’s kind of crazy right now

  3. You had me at the background display! I wish you the best of luck in 2023 and am stoked to hear you venture into numismatics more.

  4. I think gold is great but I still believe silver to be the play. I think in 2023 silver will actually lead. That being said, all metals are going up next year. Great video bro, Aargh!

  5. I generally like to add somewhere between 50 to 100 ounces of Silver per year to my stack, and I generally buy something like 5 to 8 ounces a month. Usually, I’m able to buy a half ounce or more of Gold each year as well, mostly with money saved throughout the year and then anytime I happen to get a few hours of overtime. Since I’m on a budget to begin with, any overtime I happen to get is literally extra money that can go straight to my stack. I usually don’t get more than 20 or 30 hours of overtime in any given year, but that’s usually enough to buy some Gold, some extra Silver, or even a little of both. I’m needing to add ASEs, which is hard to do at current prices. I’m also needing to add 1 ounce bars, Washington quarters, and the Rosie & Mercury dimes. I’m a little light on all of those, and I’m also adding the 1/4 ounce Eagles and 1/10 ounce Eagles as best I can. I have no problems with you adding only 30 ounces of Silver. Everyone stacks differently and for different reasons. The only problem I would have is if you said you were going to stack a single metal, which I think is a mistake. I would always have some amount of Gold and some amount of Silver, pretty much no matter what happened. That’s also why I would stack in multiple fractional sizes when it comes to Gold. I have no problem with someone buying a full ounce coin, but I think only having full ounces of Gold is a mistake. Anyway, I wouldn’t worry about your choice of 30 ounces being too small. That’s a decent amount, particularly for those of us who are using limited funds. As long as your stack is growing, however fast or slow, I think you ought to be happy about that. Keep stacking & have a Happy New Year!

  6. Why sell your pours b/c you are worried about family taking a loss when they sell them in favor of Morgan’s that don’t even say they have any silver in them?

    1. YES, exactly that. Morgans can be looked up and are a very known quantity. Poured silver gets lowballed even when you know exactly what you have. I can and have sold Morgans for profits much more so than anything poured. Live and learn…

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