Comment: It's just called artificial scarcity.

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It's just called artificial scarcity.

If the supply was drying up it would mean people were melting the coins. People are merely holding onto them for when the price rises. I am waiting for the price to rise. If it goes down to $20 you better be damn sure that the premiums will make it more expensive than it is now. When it starts going back up, I bet around $35 you will see a full market. Most people try to play an investment game with it like stocks. These are your dealers. Very few people, like myself, are hoarding it as life savings. Then I see assholes on craigslist telling people that they will pay $16 an ounce for silver while there are other assholes on there saying their spot price is like $45.

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