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Thats great, thanks for the question request.
How much volume of gold are we talking about here?
how much space does it take up
Well I was thinking of $1,475.00 worth, for starters.
in the form of jewelry etc?
I guess in coins, but I would prefer and try to get something that would require as little space and volume as possible if I can.
well the next question i have for you is how "close" do you want to have access to it?
Rosalind Capital and Goldline are 2 places I am thinking of.
and you are looking for places to "keep" it securely
I would like a close, yet safe place.
do you have separate properties you could put it on?
let me put it this way
because i dont want to specifically "tell you" where to hide it
obviously the house is an OK idea assuming you could remember where it was
and you could hide it in such a place that nobody would think to look for it there
up in the mountains
where fine stones are dug and mined
people will often keep them in a layered bag, but buried in the ground
in a place where they know the earth or rain will not disturb them
so in your case
i dont really know what you have at your disposal
but IF i had a precious metal, stones, etc
and i know i wouldnt want to keep them in a safety deposit box
i would probably keep them in a secure place, either so obvious that nobody would look for it - or in such a place that people wouldnt even know where to begin
I was thinking about a safe deposit box, but how far can banks be trusted these days?
its tough to say only because of all the theorists going around talking about it
the other thing to consider is how long would you be keeping it there
because keeping "something" in the box (ie a bag of your pieces within a small box) IN the box itself might be something to consider for the short term
Well, thanks for the information. You have given me more ideas. That is what I am trying to do right now. I am trying to get different ideas from different people. This was just something that I was recently thinking about because there are a lot of rumors about the possibility that the dollar might one of these days become nothing but just a bunch of hot air.
i completely understand your concerns
i too am conerned with what everyone says may happen to the dollar
so i think in your case, finding something around the house, yard, property is a safe bet
but think about it like this
if you choose a place, remember where it is, but make sure you don't access it so much that it looks constantly disturbed
a sort of "cache"
where you keep things - you can look into air and moisture resistant canisters and containers
old military things
that can be store in the earth
Thank you very much.
you are very welcome - always a pleasure working with you