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  1. I don't live in the UK anymore, how do I know they won't rollover mine without asking me first. (Don't have an address in the UK I can use anymore) When they do mature how is the interest earned paid to me? I hate these non-internet investments. I hand them 15k pounds and they just give me a piece of paper!
  2. Well in HK at least I'm pretty sure you're limited to 25k per month (?)
  3. Bah for some reason I can't pm too! plus it says I have some sort of message but I can't find it/any! I thought HK would be a good place to buy silver since the chinese are gold bugs. TBH I'll probably leave them in my place here see no reason to take them back to UK - therefore no customs problem too!
  4. Would you be able to post or pm me the high street shop and location? I'm in HK tomorrow for a week (it's my home town) Looking to pick up a few silver coins - although prices seem kinda high at the moment. Normally I just walk into a Luk Fook store.
  5. According to that website (http://www.gainesvillecoins.com) "No, there is no sales tax charged on coins. The only time sales tax is charged is if you are a Florida resident and purchase rounds (these are not considered coins as they are privately minted and not backed by a Government Mint) or bars and the order total is less than $500." I'll see what I can do about using ukforex or xe.com to receive my £ and pass on the $ to the coin dealer. Cheers
  6. Has anyone tried http://www.gainesvillecoins.com ? Are they reputable? Obviously alot of reputable UK dealers have been suggested, but I figured its cheaper to buy from the USA and have them delivered to my wife over there than buy them here and pay a 17.5% premium (I will be emigrating to the USA in the next year). There will be the issue of converting £ to $ but surely the forex losses won't be as much as the VAT loss. Just thinking out loud
  7. So would I get better prices buying in the US or could I buy for delivery to the US to avoid VAT? Do you know how up to date the prices are on http://www.coininvestdirect.com ? I've just noted that the spot prices on bullionvault (i'm just looking at silver at the moment) are about £40 more than the coin prices for the equivalent weight (incl. VAT). So I may aswell pay VAT on coins because its still cheaper than investing in allocated silver through bullionvault (plus no storage charges!)
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    Hi moosetea, do you have anything with an ensuite?
  9. lol no worries, i've been in this place over a year now.
  10. Thanks to Chumpus for the explanation. Do new shares raised through a rights issue always get issued to every single shareholder, even if you only have 1 share in the company? With a 1:4 rights issue, what happens in this case? Do the people with 1 share get an offer for a 1/4 of a share? I can see how by not taking up your rights issue offer you are diluting your "ownership" of the company, but by raising money this way isn't a company devaluing themselves? They are effectively printing more ownership labels. Instead of 1 share being worth 2% of a company (just an example) it now might be w
  11. Heh, sounds like my facebook profile. I also have a house price crash graph as my profile pic, which someone on here did (I hope you don't mind ) I personally wouldn't want anyone to be part of my facebook network who I didn't already know.
  12. Hearing alot from Alan Greenspan lately - no doubt because his book release is right around the corner. Anyone buying it? Think it's worth reading?
  13. I've just converted another £1000 into USD to put in my offshore $ a/c. Not absolutely sure whether I've done the right thing, but I'm earning in £ and the £ defenitely seems more overvalued than the $. I hope to move to the US in a few years too - so all is not lost if the $ crashes and dies.
  14. If a crash doesn't materialise I can't say I'm too fussed. I intend on moving overseas in a few years. If house prices become good value whilst I'm away I will probably buy to let with the intention of moving in myself when I return to the country. The US looks good at the moment, good £:$ exchange rate, house prices on their way down, a few contacts for jobs - or perhaps Canada?
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