Silver going through the roof.....

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    Wow.....

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    You really should not keep silver on your roof, it will tarnish bad up there.
     
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    We saw the same with internet domains and housing not so long ago
     
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    Shhhhh!!!!
     
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    Im blaming Beck!












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    Better that it's SILVER rather than COPPER again.

    I work for an electric utility company and when Copper was in its boom, we had hundreds of incidents a year of people stealing grounding wires, trying to cut copper bus bar down in substations, stealing loose cable, etc... Many of those people found out the hard way exactly how good of a conductor Copper really is and why we still use a lot of it in the electrical distribution system. Not a pretty sight.
     
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    Copper prices at the scrap yard where I'm at is about $3.25 a pound. That is really good.

    That was about the price right before the crash of '08
     
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    Pre-1982 pennies still only cost 1ยข. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    I will stick with mining stocks for now.
     

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