Win 1000g Silver Bar in our Facebook contest

Win a kilogram silver bar!
Lucky Draw 1 – 30 June 2015

Win 1000g Silver Bar in our Facebook contest
Win 1000g Silver Bar in our Facebook contest

One whole Nadir 1000g silver bar is up for our Great Singapore Sales Lucky Draw! (WORTH $850! Based on today spot price)

What you need to do to win:-
Step 1: LIKE Our Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/goldsilvercitysg)
Step 2: SHARE the post (the facebook post) with all your friends on Your facebook wall.
Step 3: COMMENT in the facebook comment box below after you are done!

Results will be announced here on facebook on 5th July 2015.
Good luck!!

7 Tips to start stacking Silver

7 tips to start stacking Silver coins or bars

If you are new to stacking and don’t have a clear concept on how to start, here are some tips here. I am no expert, there are many more experts out there preaching their advice. Be cautious though, as many advice can be confusing and not suitable for newbies. I learnt this the hardway. I started some years ago and learnt through the school of trials and errors:-

start stacking silver
The joy of seeing your wealth grow
  1. Start stacking silver with a clear budget. Know what amount of your disposable income you can afford to start stacking. Only use spare cash that you can afford, for example, how about reducing your entertainment expenses like that weekly drinking session? Or cut down on that expensive daily starbucks? Those small bills can pile up to be a good silver stack.
  2. Do not get carried away and over-stack. Start small, and do it regularly, along the principles of dollar cost averaging. Do NOT throw all your cash into silver. Keep some cash for unpredictable emergency needs. This is to avoid selling your silver at inappropriate timing when you badly need the cash.
  3. Diversify your investments for the future. Do not invest in silver. It is healthy to hold a good portion in precious metals, such as gold. Invest in stock index funds, some healthy insurance plans or pay off your mortgages and debts. Plan for the future.
  4. Especially for newbies, do not get overly excited and buy everything! Stick to regular buying. It would be better than to overindulge and exhaust your savings. Many newbies fall in love with this healthy habit so much that they overstretched themselves in the first few months.
  5. If you are fairly new, stay away from the fanciful stuff. Numismatic coins are lovely, but as a newbie, wait till you are familiar with mintage and designs first. If you really like a design, do some research and buy small. You may become more skilled at this and appreciate this hobby, but start slow and slow.
  6. Try not to buy from eBay, Craiglist, Carousell or some unknown guy from any forum. There are many bad sheeps and fraudsters around. Stick with some reputable online or physical shops. Take your time to shop around. You can google for a few shops. (Disclaimer I am vested with www.goldsilvercity.com.sg which offers free delivery and low premiums)
  7. Don’t be impatient. This is a great hobby that will grow with you for years. =)

Start Stacking silver. Start small and buy regularly, like once a week or month. Enjoy this beautiful and valuable hobby and you will be thankful when you retire!

Cedric Soh
www.goldsilvercity.com.sg

Gold, Silver, Platinum TA (Technical Analysis) 09th May 2015

For those who loves to look at TA movement of gold, silver and platinum, hoping to grab some physical silver or gold coins before the market trends move up…

Here is a simple TA analysis by Mr Cillin, with permission from him.

His analysis :-

Gold, Silver and Platinum
Symmetrical triangle form in Silver and Platinum looking for break down or break out.  Gold seem to have Symmetrical triangle too.
Gold COT buying interest is increasing yet to hit above 90
Silver and Platinum COT buying interest decreased last week after few weeks of increasing

via:- Cillin Trading Planner

By the way: COT refers to Commitments of Traders, a report that shows both the interests of commercial users / producers (meaning they uses or produces the commodity as part of their manufacturing process) as well as those who trade the commodities for financial speculations.

More on the COT can be found here.