Discussion in 'Commodity Futures' started by Cassandra, Jul 8, 2012.
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hey Cassandra, that's pretty cool. You can't beleive how much copper I have had stolen from me.
The great thing when you own a junk yard is, when the tax man comes around, it is all just junk.
Its probably a real shocker;
how many junk dealers ean $249,999.997 or less LOL
Copper market was much better for copper buyers with Ronald Reagan/tax cutter.
Much more risk for copper thieves now;
copper conducts electricity well- some of them got fried like bacon And insurance companys are keeping track of ''bad ''locations, & junkyard dogs are meaner
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