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Renthard

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    Rhodium

    Oops link didn't work sorry... Here's the page with the really tiny bars: https://www.bairdmint.com/products/rhodium-minted-bar--110oz
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    Rhodium

    Thought I would revisit this thread since Rhodium continues to rise steadily and I remain very enthusiastic about this metal, I believe it will continue to go up this year... there just isn't enough of it and price is being largely driven by new emission rules in China. Mainstream investment media is starting to cotton on now (very slowly). Even with the VAT applicable to bars and coins it's still possible to make a return at this rate of price appreciation, and I wouldn't touch Kitco pool accounts (Kitco has a history of financial woes) nor ETFs / derivatives with a barge pole, as if you don't hold it you don't own it IMHO. Can buy really small 1/10oz bars at Baird and Co now as well: https://www.bairdmint.com/rhodium They even have a Tuvalu coin with only 1000 mintage, the first of it's kind in the world... am very tempted but slightly skint after christmas. Baird buy back as well (dunno what percentage, have to ring them) and they usually sell well on ebay as I occasionally check there too, giving you an exit
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    Rhodium

    I note that Rhodium is now worth over 2000 usd per ounce and still rising as per Baird & Co website. Might be worth a punt... I see that Palladium is ridiculously high relative to Platinum and Gold. Anyone got any knowledge explaining these price moves?
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    everywhere is absolutely dead

    You will know when we are back in recession when you start seeing loads of 'cash for gold' ads on tv. It was astonishing how many of these sprang up in 2009.
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