Bullion versus Coins

October 24th, 2012 → 7:32 pm @




There are definite advantages to buying the right kind of precious metals Disclaimer: this does not constitute, nor is the intent of the authors to give tax advice. Please consult your accountant. New precious metals investors may share a common misconception of what bullion is. The term ‘bullion’ simply means a refined and stamped weight of precious metal. Often what people think of as bullion is what is routinely seen in the movies such as The Italian Job, or Three Kings, or Ian Fleming’s classic James Bond movie Goldfinger, namely big, heavy bricks of gold. In truth, bullion comes in many
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Risk-free Investing—Is it for Real?

October 23rd, 2012 → 6:33 pm @




What you need to know before investing in anything Risk versus reward This is the underlying fundamental dynamic behind every willful decision in life. Every time a choice in direction is made, it is a trade-off between the benefit to be gained and the potential for bad consequences. Disproportionate potential for a negative outcome of a decision can equate to a cost that exceeds whatever reward, or potential reward may have resulted. Alternatively, if the potential for gain is high enough, greater risk becomes more tolerable in trade. Most often, choices that offer the highest potential for reward are accompanied
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Gold has nowhere to go but up

October 22nd, 2012 → 7:57 pm @




Before it’s all over, gold will be $10,000 an ounce or higher They have pulled the plug…the western elite central bank led cartel has…and it is definitely to their advantage to make it all hit bottom while there is still more gold in the west than in the east. The clock is ticking. That advantage is changing day by day, and the developing giants of the east (China, India, etc.) may beat them to the punch. There is a new PAGE in the directory of exchanges.






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Papering over Paying the Piper

October 12th, 2012 → 5:46 pm @




Monetizing the National Debt by rendering it insignificant through inflation America can never pay back its debt. Unimaginable trillions of dollars have been loaned into existence, created out of thin air to prop up the banks and the economy. America’s national debt currently stands at 100% or more of GDP, with roughly half of that debt held by foreigners. The days of exporting debt are over, now it’s time to default on it…one way or another.






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Why Silver and Gold have been the Money of History

October 10th, 2012 → 3:31 pm @




Silver and Gold — Why Banks Hate Them The need to trade has been core to our survival as a species. As human civilization advanced, humans have been trading with each other from the beginning. The first trades were in all probability accomplished through bartering, which is nothing more than exchanging one thing for another. Before there was money, as in, before anything was agreed to be money, trades were calculated and settled in units of the needed or wanted items being traded, ranging from animal skins to stores of grain. Any item up for trade is called a commodity.






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