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coolsilver

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Is anyone familiar with or done business with SD Bullion, an offshoot of Silver Doctors? - their prices are very enticing.

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Here is a link to one Silver site that post some of the better deals for APMEX, SD Bullion and Gainesville as they appear.

You'll have to scroll to the last listing on March 13th for the latest, but they have been posting listings for SD Bullion for the past two years and they are definitely one of the best deals for low cost Silver for both Generic and Government rounds.

This site posts the current ASE, Maple and Philharmonic prices for all three dealers and then other prices that seem to be the lowest premiums for all types of Silver rounds and bars, but only the ones that seem to be the lowest and or on sale.

Nothing but Silver prices listed.

http://forums.silverseek.com/showthread.php?68773-Multi-Dealer-Sales-Listing-for-2018&p=258304#post258304


Other dealers were listed in the past, but as dealers started falling by the way side, they were removed and other dealers are no longer listed as they became suspect in any way.

Delayed shipping, tied to others that are in financial trouble. Banks are not the only thing that fail and there is no FDIC backing our products or money once these dealers have their hands on it. As most of us know about Tulving, Bullion Direct and Northwest Territorial Mint along with the tens of $millions each of them has taken with them.

PS it's not an offshoot of Silver Doctors, they are one in the same...

Also if your new to precious metals, only believe half of what these analyst write about and the rest is twisted and turned no matter why they put pen to paper, it always ends up the same, buy more Gold and Silver to save yourself. When the price drops they are on the spot telling you to take advantage of the prices and buy more. When the price rises, they tell you to by more while you still have the chance before it goes higher. When it's flat they have a thousand reasons why you should buy and keep buying, but they never tell anyone it has anything to do with their mortgage payment that is due on the first of every month and they can't make it if you stop buying for any reason.

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coolsilver

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Thanks so much for your advice.
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