“Silver Cycles" Strategy of Buying, Selling and Holding Silver – 14SE21 ‘The Captain’s Chartwork!’

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📈 Chart 13SE21
🟠 180 Day RA
🔵 45 Day RA
🟢 9 Day RA
⚪ Spot Price o' Silvers™

"Yella' oan blue is such a bonnie contrest dornt ye thinks? Och hoo Ahh looves tae nibble oan a growin' Buy Cycle! Th' longer it lasts, th' bigger mah stack grows! But min' ye, jist a nibble, an' ne'er oan an up-day. ("Ahh dornt want tae waste me coppers!)"

🎵 "Yella' oan blue, heartache oan heartache, Yella' oan blue, noo 'att we ur ben. Yella' oan blue, heartache oan heartache, ain...Ahh fin' Ahh cannae...git ower losin' ye!"🎵🎵 😄 -Keptin
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Silvers™ Contest Current Prize:
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Disclaimer: "Ahh'm nae a fockin' precioos metals advisur, nur do Ahh wants ta be! Ahh'm jist a dedicated stacker in search o' hoddin silvers™ an' adventure! (Anyain who says otherwise is likely ta git rin- thru!) - Joshua Gavin Slane

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Pictographic Patterns an' sae forth:

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References: - Pictures from: www.freeimages.com, www.pexels.com, pixabay.com, steemit.com, British Royal Mint 1/10 oz sovereign coin, JMBullion, "Blue on Blue"- Bobby Vinton, Wikipedia an’ www.google.com/maps. Data loosely interpretted froms th' sources, an' sometimes finely crafted reit from th' author's extensiff personal experience an' such.

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