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Offline jpbearit

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Hey Mods! I have a suggestion
« on: November 17, 2012, 07:13:08 PM »
There are repeat questions about silver that pop up here in the general "money board".  New members maynot think to look in the “saving and investing”  board for this particular subject.  Maybe we could give SILVER its own board under The Money Board and move a few of the silver threads to it. what do you think?
Investing and Saving » Different 1 oz coins - does it matter which one?
Investing and Saving » Making a Case for NOT Purchasing Silver Coins?
Investing and Saving » APMEX pricing???
Investing and Saving » Getting Started With Silver
Investing and Saving » Silver barter/investment value
Investing and Saving » how much gold/silver?
Investing and Saving » Are liberty rounds a bad "investment"?
Investing and Saving » Silver Retailer?
The Money Board » Bulk Silver buy Vs. Monthly/Weekly purchases
The Money Board » Advice on buying silver

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Re: Hey Mods! I have a suggestion
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2012, 02:07:15 PM »
Thanks for the suggestion, jpbearit. The problem is that if we broke out a new section for each set of repeat questions that show up in the forum it would look like the yellow pages in here only it would be harder to use because it would be timeline related rather than in alphabetical order.

We're going to hope that folks go with the search function first and then if the TSPF staff find a repeat topic or a forum member notifies us of a duplicate we'll fold them into the older threads when necessary.

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Re: Hey Mods! I have a suggestion
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2012, 09:46:12 PM »
there is always the 'index thread' approach,  put a thread that links to those key threads, and sticky it. You'd need to keep the number of index threads small but they do help finding key groups of information.

Why not have a gold and silver index?