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  1. Silver Stacker
    Silver Stacker

    Hi MrVegiita I watched your videos and subscribed to your channel and enjoy it very much, check out my channel and subscribe back to my channel I would really appreciate it and give the videos thumbs up also I thumbs up your videos, I am waiting for more videos from you thanks for the sub in advance!

  2. Shifu -
    Shifu -

    If you invest in precious metals you should to buy CAST bars at least 20oz weight as they will give you maximum amount of ounces per your dollar. You paying premium for coins or fancy minted bars which is just waste of money. Unless you are coin collector that is but that is completely another game.

  3. Rich VF
    Rich VF

    love your videos man, i just started collecting coins. Recently got in to the zombucks from provident

  4. Myhomebizbuilder
    Myhomebizbuilder

    silver coins are better then silver bars you can just put in your pocket 3 coins are 1 ounce half dollar so you will have about $50 worth where you can buy more silver

  5. Danilo Serrano
    Danilo Serrano

    very nicevideo

  6. Karnail Virk
    Karnail Virk

    Hi sorry but how much did 20 silver buffalo coins cost you ..? 🙂

  7. jorge vizuet
    jorge vizuet

    You don’t know what your doing do you?

  8. jamie silva
    jamie silva

    as a collector and investor both 🙂

  9. Leejack 27
    Leejack 27

    It’s nice to have a slice of it all! I like the look of 1 oz rounds myself, but the chunkiness of bigger bars is awesome too! LOL!

  10. sarge27271
    sarge27271

    Wealth preservation = Bars, Immediate use/Barter (shtf) = Coins.Cheers

  11. KD35Collector
    KD35Collector

    what happend to the serial number  to the silvertowne bar ??

  12. SilverDude177
    SilverDude177

    haha reading all the troll comments made me laugh. Great video bro =)

  13. joe z
    joe z

    Why deal with the bulk and uncertainty of large silver bars when you can get the same bang for your buck in gold fractionals? What do I mean? Well bulk is obvious. Duh. And uncertainty? You know and I know that bar is most likely legitimate, but what about the guy on the street? And if you buy off-brand, do you even know? It says 999 silver, so it must be true, right? Mm, no. I can carry 1/10 oz of gold or 10 oz of silver (just ballpark numbers here). So gold fractionals fill the gap between gold ounces and silver ounces. btw, I’m 75% into silver, so I like the stuff. But big, heavy, silver bars? Not happening.

  14. Awake
    Awake

    I say stack them ALL, for the collapse (except numismatic) that’s for now. But I truly believe when it comes down to the collapse, people will learn real quick what’s real silver, the different Types, and how to tell if it’s real or fake. But I get them ALL. Government, generic, and junk……….Junk is for the smaller purchases.

  15. SuperEROQ
    SuperEROQ

    Bars are good because they generally come in a protective plastic wrap but rounds you have to airtite and that costs money

  16. Gary Calcote
    Gary Calcote

    Just wasted eight minutes and forty-four seconds of my life watching your video.
    I thought perhaps you had useful info about bars verses coins.
    The only point you made is that silver is silver and as long as I can get it at a premium that gives me the fastest return for my investment, I honestly don’t care if it were in the form of a pile of silver dog poo.
    but thanks for sharing your stack…it’s beautiful and somewhat magical to visit your stack from time to time.

  17. MrVegiita
    MrVegiita

    *Who wants a chance to Win 50 Silver Eagles?*
    Then watch this video https://youtu.be/u8rfc2-XOIs

  18. John Burket
    John Burket

    Coins are more divisible in general, easily stacked in tubes, and easier to sell if small and silver prices escalate, and escalate they must.

  19. jeremy simon
    jeremy simon

    Coins 🙂

  20. AssetBuilder 1
    AssetBuilder 1

    I love the items in your video! Thank you for showing them to us. I love accumulating silver and I am getting ready for the day when my paper money is worthless. I rather have real assets I can hold in my hand. So I will accumulate a bit more every month. I have a few silver videos on my channel. Curious what your exit strategy is? Or is this wealth for the next generation?

  21. Myhomebizbuilder
    Myhomebizbuilder

    no credit is king not cash or silver you can get a 1 million dollar loan to buy real estate if you have pefert credit score to buy investment property produce cashflow for life just pick your check up from the a mangagement company and sit back on a island

  22. J M
    J M

    IF YOU TURN 999 UPSIDE DOWN IT IS 666…ONLY BUY MAPLE LEAFS IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE ALLIED WITH THE DEVIL!

  23. SILVER COINS & Дмитрий Васильев
    SILVER COINS & Дмитрий Васильев

    Good

  24. Ville John
    Ville John

    I’m gonna start collecting silver now.

  25. Jim Bob
    Jim Bob

    This guy is a complete nerd. wearing fucking gloves you handle silver? It’s a fairly unreactive metal, the silver will not decrease in value if you touch it you dumb cunt

  26. PlataStacker 1
    PlataStacker 1

    I prefer silver coins over bars, but I do love the Scottsdale stackable 10oz bars. Thanks for the silver show my friends.

  27. Big Taco
    Big Taco

    Your Weird

  28. Kaynos
    Kaynos

    Cant go wrong with 1oz buffalo round.  Silver is silver, buy the cheapest you can, rounds are the way to go.

  29. KD35Collector
    KD35Collector

    with no serial number if i were u i will test them to make sure there not fake well atleast one of them

  30. SILVER KILLER
    SILVER KILLER

    TOUGH DECISION. I like coins better, but the bars are so cool too! (INNER TURMOIL)

  31. Romeo Fernandez
    Romeo Fernandez

    i got two coins dated 1882 and 1923 for sale

  32. Johnny SilverFoot
    Johnny SilverFoot

    1 Oz rounds.
    can’t break a big bar down when you just want to sell an Oz or two

  33. Jim Donlan
    Jim Donlan

    coins !

  34. Youtubesurfer01
    Youtubesurfer01

    Rounds all the way it’s large more divisible artistic and natural but take up space Bars are good for stacking but aren’t divisible and artistic

  35. Styles Very
    Styles Very

    lmao – its like its the first time he has seen these?

  36. Gold IRA Rollover Guy
    Gold IRA Rollover Guy

    When you dropped all those silver buffaloes on the table my heart nearly skipped a beat. Even though I’ve seen silver and gold hundreds of times, it still feels like it’s the first time, every time I see a nice shiny stack. Great video! 🙂

  37. Alfred Newman
    Alfred Newman

    do you have to pay a significant premium for smaller rounds like 1/10 oz and 1/4 oz?

  38. apparker84
    apparker84

    I love coins. However, I do like the Morgan bar.
    Check out this video on YouTube:

    https://youtu.be/XMWjtWthCIQ

    https://youtu.be/tdKXHldhcIw

  39. themicmac88
    themicmac88

    I love coins over bars as they are smaller and easier to store in a tube along with amazing designs. Bars can look very beautiful and shiny. Thanks for sharing.

  40. Bobby Alvarado
    Bobby Alvarado

    COINS ITS EASY TO USE FOR TRADE

  41. 8meals
    8meals

    Coins any day. Oh, and make that the Canadian maple leaf rounds.. Quadruple 9s baby..

  42. enahs
    enahs

    i believe a mix of investments, gold/silver/platinum/palladium/rhodium bars(1oz/5oz/10oz/kilo) and government minted coins, along side bullion coins to keep if diversified if need be you have to sell off some of the investments, without selling an entire 10oz bar/coin. (government minted coins carry a dollar value that is legal tender. I’m in favor of these just in case metals go below the dollar value on the coin

  43. Silver Stacker
    Silver Stacker

    Hi MrVegitta I just subscribed to your channel and like your videos please subscribe to my channel and check out my videos think you will enjoy I have more to come hope to see more videos from you thanks

  44. Seyid Riza
    Seyid Riza

    if you want make money with silver buy it now in bars not under 5 kg , next financial crisis you will made a profit about minimum 1/3 of the Buying price this is easely more then 1000 dollar win .

  45. Viper SRT
    Viper SRT

    Unless you want a "pretty" coin, which costs more, look at buying the most metal for your investment. This comes in the form of silver rounds and silver bars.
    Gold Goliath offers the best prices on silver on the internet with great service and no hidden fees.

  46. JohnnyRebKy
    JohnnyRebKy

    I’m just getting into Silver and its mostly for fun to me. I talked my dad out of a Morgan and Peace Silver dollar and I’ve found myself gazing and admiring them for days. So now i been buying rounds every now and then for fun. I really like the Buffalo rounds i been picking up which have almost a mirror finish on them. If i were to take this as a serious investment i would buy bars no doubt. Buying ounce by ounce you get to far into the hole paying the premium on each purchase. But when its for fun and buying rounds every now and then you dont really care about that

  47. Kyle Kelly
    Kyle Kelly

    dude silver is not just silver. minted coins and bars are much easier to liquidate in times of financial crisis because they are much more recognizable to the average person looking to buy silver. also if silver drops really low, to say a couple bucks, and you need to liquidate some of your silver, a silver coin minted by a federal mint has a dollar value stamped on it, its considered actual money whereas private mints cant attach dollar values to their rounds hence the difference between rounds and coins. for example the canadian maple leaf has a value of 5 dollars so if silver drops to 2 bucks an ounce you can still take that coin to a store and buy 5 bucks worth of stuff whereas a silver round in the same situation is only worth spot and then you have to sell it to a dealer and he’ll buy it for less than spot. so in my opinion for liquidation stick to minted coins not rounds. i buy rounds and bars for collecting and stacking wealth because i think the financial system will collapse and silver will skyrocket, i do not plan to ever sell my silver but just in case i have some silver canadian maple leaf coins i can easily liquidate.

  48. jake k
    jake k

    why do people wear gloves?

  49. KidStacker
    KidStacker

    Ooooohhh I loveeee those buffalo rounds!!

  50. Jed Farley
    Jed Farley

    I like them both. nothing like some heavy bars that can be sold for big bucks whenever needed but having a handful of coins is fun and awesome to hold. I collect both.

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Discussion (50) ¬

  1. KD35Collector
    KD35Collector

    what happend to the serial number  to the silvertowne bar ??

  2. Youtubesurfer01
    Youtubesurfer01

    Rounds all the way it’s large more divisible artistic and natural but take up space Bars are good for stacking but aren’t divisible and artistic

  3. themicmac88
    themicmac88

    I love coins over bars as they are smaller and easier to store in a tube along with amazing designs. Bars can look very beautiful and shiny. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Rich VF
    Rich VF

    love your videos man, i just started collecting coins. Recently got in to the zombucks from provident

  5. John Burket
    John Burket

    Coins are more divisible in general, easily stacked in tubes, and easier to sell if small and silver prices escalate, and escalate they must.

  6. Danilo Serrano
    Danilo Serrano

    very nicevideo

  7. jake k
    jake k

    why do people wear gloves?

  8. Johnny SilverFoot
    Johnny SilverFoot

    1 Oz rounds.
    can’t break a big bar down when you just want to sell an Oz or two

  9. Ville John
    Ville John

    I’m gonna start collecting silver now.

  10. Alfred Newman
    Alfred Newman

    do you have to pay a significant premium for smaller rounds like 1/10 oz and 1/4 oz?

  11. Styles Very
    Styles Very

    lmao – its like its the first time he has seen these?

  12. Seyid Riza
    Seyid Riza

    if you want make money with silver buy it now in bars not under 5 kg , next financial crisis you will made a profit about minimum 1/3 of the Buying price this is easely more then 1000 dollar win .

  13. jamie silva
    jamie silva

    as a collector and investor both 🙂

  14. KidStacker
    KidStacker

    Ooooohhh I loveeee those buffalo rounds!!

  15. Shifu -
    Shifu -

    If you invest in precious metals you should to buy CAST bars at least 20oz weight as they will give you maximum amount of ounces per your dollar. You paying premium for coins or fancy minted bars which is just waste of money. Unless you are coin collector that is but that is completely another game.

  16. Awake
    Awake

    I say stack them ALL, for the collapse (except numismatic) that’s for now. But I truly believe when it comes down to the collapse, people will learn real quick what’s real silver, the different Types, and how to tell if it’s real or fake. But I get them ALL. Government, generic, and junk……….Junk is for the smaller purchases.

  17. jeremy simon
    jeremy simon

    Coins 🙂

  18. Silver Stacker
    Silver Stacker

    Hi MrVegitta I just subscribed to your channel and like your videos please subscribe to my channel and check out my videos think you will enjoy I have more to come hope to see more videos from you thanks

  19. SILVER COINS & Дмитрий Васильев
    SILVER COINS & Дмитрий Васильев

    Good

  20. joe z
    joe z

    Why deal with the bulk and uncertainty of large silver bars when you can get the same bang for your buck in gold fractionals? What do I mean? Well bulk is obvious. Duh. And uncertainty? You know and I know that bar is most likely legitimate, but what about the guy on the street? And if you buy off-brand, do you even know? It says 999 silver, so it must be true, right? Mm, no. I can carry 1/10 oz of gold or 10 oz of silver (just ballpark numbers here). So gold fractionals fill the gap between gold ounces and silver ounces. btw, I’m 75% into silver, so I like the stuff. But big, heavy, silver bars? Not happening.

  21. J M
    J M

    IF YOU TURN 999 UPSIDE DOWN IT IS 666…ONLY BUY MAPLE LEAFS IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE ALLIED WITH THE DEVIL!

  22. Gary Calcote
    Gary Calcote

    Just wasted eight minutes and forty-four seconds of my life watching your video.
    I thought perhaps you had useful info about bars verses coins.
    The only point you made is that silver is silver and as long as I can get it at a premium that gives me the fastest return for my investment, I honestly don’t care if it were in the form of a pile of silver dog poo.
    but thanks for sharing your stack…it’s beautiful and somewhat magical to visit your stack from time to time.

  23. jorge vizuet
    jorge vizuet

    You don’t know what your doing do you?

  24. Jim Bob
    Jim Bob

    This guy is a complete nerd. wearing fucking gloves you handle silver? It’s a fairly unreactive metal, the silver will not decrease in value if you touch it you dumb cunt

  25. Jed Farley
    Jed Farley

    I like them both. nothing like some heavy bars that can be sold for big bucks whenever needed but having a handful of coins is fun and awesome to hold. I collect both.

  26. Bobby Alvarado
    Bobby Alvarado

    COINS ITS EASY TO USE FOR TRADE

  27. MrVegiita
    MrVegiita

    *Who wants a chance to Win 50 Silver Eagles?*
    Then watch this video https://youtu.be/u8rfc2-XOIs

  28. Kyle Kelly
    Kyle Kelly

    dude silver is not just silver. minted coins and bars are much easier to liquidate in times of financial crisis because they are much more recognizable to the average person looking to buy silver. also if silver drops really low, to say a couple bucks, and you need to liquidate some of your silver, a silver coin minted by a federal mint has a dollar value stamped on it, its considered actual money whereas private mints cant attach dollar values to their rounds hence the difference between rounds and coins. for example the canadian maple leaf has a value of 5 dollars so if silver drops to 2 bucks an ounce you can still take that coin to a store and buy 5 bucks worth of stuff whereas a silver round in the same situation is only worth spot and then you have to sell it to a dealer and he’ll buy it for less than spot. so in my opinion for liquidation stick to minted coins not rounds. i buy rounds and bars for collecting and stacking wealth because i think the financial system will collapse and silver will skyrocket, i do not plan to ever sell my silver but just in case i have some silver canadian maple leaf coins i can easily liquidate.

  29. SilverDude177
    SilverDude177

    haha reading all the troll comments made me laugh. Great video bro =)

  30. Karnail Virk
    Karnail Virk

    Hi sorry but how much did 20 silver buffalo coins cost you ..? 🙂

  31. Gold IRA Rollover Guy
    Gold IRA Rollover Guy

    When you dropped all those silver buffaloes on the table my heart nearly skipped a beat. Even though I’ve seen silver and gold hundreds of times, it still feels like it’s the first time, every time I see a nice shiny stack. Great video! 🙂

  32. Big Taco
    Big Taco

    Your Weird

  33. 8meals
    8meals

    Coins any day. Oh, and make that the Canadian maple leaf rounds.. Quadruple 9s baby..

  34. Kaynos
    Kaynos

    Cant go wrong with 1oz buffalo round.  Silver is silver, buy the cheapest you can, rounds are the way to go.

  35. JohnnyRebKy
    JohnnyRebKy

    I’m just getting into Silver and its mostly for fun to me. I talked my dad out of a Morgan and Peace Silver dollar and I’ve found myself gazing and admiring them for days. So now i been buying rounds every now and then for fun. I really like the Buffalo rounds i been picking up which have almost a mirror finish on them. If i were to take this as a serious investment i would buy bars no doubt. Buying ounce by ounce you get to far into the hole paying the premium on each purchase. But when its for fun and buying rounds every now and then you dont really care about that

  36. Myhomebizbuilder
    Myhomebizbuilder

    no credit is king not cash or silver you can get a 1 million dollar loan to buy real estate if you have pefert credit score to buy investment property produce cashflow for life just pick your check up from the a mangagement company and sit back on a island

  37. SILVER KILLER
    SILVER KILLER

    TOUGH DECISION. I like coins better, but the bars are so cool too! (INNER TURMOIL)

  38. Leejack 27
    Leejack 27

    It’s nice to have a slice of it all! I like the look of 1 oz rounds myself, but the chunkiness of bigger bars is awesome too! LOL!

  39. AssetBuilder 1
    AssetBuilder 1

    I love the items in your video! Thank you for showing them to us. I love accumulating silver and I am getting ready for the day when my paper money is worthless. I rather have real assets I can hold in my hand. So I will accumulate a bit more every month. I have a few silver videos on my channel. Curious what your exit strategy is? Or is this wealth for the next generation?

  40. apparker84
    apparker84

    I love coins. However, I do like the Morgan bar.
    Check out this video on YouTube:

    https://youtu.be/XMWjtWthCIQ

    https://youtu.be/tdKXHldhcIw

  41. Myhomebizbuilder
    Myhomebizbuilder

    silver coins are better then silver bars you can just put in your pocket 3 coins are 1 ounce half dollar so you will have about $50 worth where you can buy more silver

  42. SuperEROQ
    SuperEROQ

    Bars are good because they generally come in a protective plastic wrap but rounds you have to airtite and that costs money

  43. PlataStacker 1
    PlataStacker 1

    I prefer silver coins over bars, but I do love the Scottsdale stackable 10oz bars. Thanks for the silver show my friends.

  44. enahs
    enahs

    i believe a mix of investments, gold/silver/platinum/palladium/rhodium bars(1oz/5oz/10oz/kilo) and government minted coins, along side bullion coins to keep if diversified if need be you have to sell off some of the investments, without selling an entire 10oz bar/coin. (government minted coins carry a dollar value that is legal tender. I’m in favor of these just in case metals go below the dollar value on the coin

  45. Silver Stacker
    Silver Stacker

    Hi MrVegiita I watched your videos and subscribed to your channel and enjoy it very much, check out my channel and subscribe back to my channel I would really appreciate it and give the videos thumbs up also I thumbs up your videos, I am waiting for more videos from you thanks for the sub in advance!

  46. Jim Donlan
    Jim Donlan

    coins !

  47. KD35Collector
    KD35Collector

    with no serial number if i were u i will test them to make sure there not fake well atleast one of them

  48. sarge27271
    sarge27271

    Wealth preservation = Bars, Immediate use/Barter (shtf) = Coins.Cheers

  49. Viper SRT
    Viper SRT

    Unless you want a "pretty" coin, which costs more, look at buying the most metal for your investment. This comes in the form of silver rounds and silver bars.
    Gold Goliath offers the best prices on silver on the internet with great service and no hidden fees.

  50. Romeo Fernandez
    Romeo Fernandez

    i got two coins dated 1882 and 1923 for sale

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