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Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter? Hannah Yang 75.3k Views Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic... According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver, Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates. The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to- silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around 45:1 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over twice as many Galleons as you started with Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11
Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter?
 Hannah Yang
 75.3k Views
 Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic...
 According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver,
 Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh
 But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates.
 The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to-
 silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before
 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding
 standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around
 45:1
 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time
 when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt
 them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that
 Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund
 of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts
 and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to
 Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over
 twice as many Galleons as you started with
 Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing
iamtheaardvark:

aboutreciprocation:

…holy shit

None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11

iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11

Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter? Hannah Yang 75.3k Views Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic... According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver, Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates. The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to- silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around 45:1 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over twice as many Galleons as you started with Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing fattyatomicmutant: iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11 Lord Voldemort wasted his time building horctuz when he could have made mad wizard dough
Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter?
 Hannah Yang
 75.3k Views
 Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic...
 According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver,
 Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh
 But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates.
 The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to-
 silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before
 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding
 standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around
 45:1
 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time
 when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt
 them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that
 Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund
 of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts
 and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to
 Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over
 twice as many Galleons as you started with
 Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing
fattyatomicmutant:

iamtheaardvark:

aboutreciprocation:

…holy shit

None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11


Lord Voldemort wasted his time building horctuz when he could have made mad wizard dough

fattyatomicmutant: iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking m...

Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter? Hannah Yang 75.3k Views Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic... According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver, Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates. The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to- silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around 45:1 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over twice as many Galleons as you started with Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11
Harry Potter, Money, and Shit: What are the biggest plot holes and errors in Harry Potter?
 Hannah Yang
 75.3k Views
 Here's one of my favorites, and it doesn't even involve magic...
 According to Hagrid, there are 17 Sickles to a Galleon. Sickles are made of silver,
 Galleons are made of gold. Simple enouglh
 But here's the thing about silver and gold in the Muggle economy: the ratio fluctuates.
 The price of gold and the price of silver are constantly changing. In fact, the gold-to-
 silver ratio is a tool many people use to determine when to buy these metals. Before
 1900, the ratio averaged around 16:1, which seems to reasonably parallel wizarding
 standards. Throughout the twentieth century, though, the ratio has averaged around
 45:1
 So if you're a wizard in need of money, here's what you'd want to do. Wait for a time
 when the gold to silver ratio is really, really high. Take all of your gold Galleons, melt
 them down into lumps of pure gold, and sell them in the Muggle economy. Use that
 Iuggle money to buy as much pure silver as you can - you'll get an enormous bund
 of it, since the gold to silver ratio is so high. Finally, take that silver back to Gringotts
 and get it all minted into Sickles. If you want, you can even exchange them back to
 Galleons at the fixed 17:1 rate, and feel smug over the fact that you now have over
 twice as many Galleons as you started with
 Profit. It's a sweet, sweet thing
iamtheaardvark:

aboutreciprocation:

…holy shit

None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11

iamtheaardvark: aboutreciprocation: …holy shit None of the characters ever figure this out because they stop taking math at age 11