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Contrarians See Opportunity in Negative Sentiment

June 21st, 2018

Gold and silver markets entered this summer with sentiment toward the metals in something of a deep freeze. For several months, precious metals prices have gone essentially nowhere. No sustained rallies to attract momentum traders; no washout plunges to a… Keep Reading

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The Most Convenient Way to Hold Precious Metals

June 18th, 2018

Most people buying physical bullion believe in the adage “if you can’t hold it in your hands, you don’t really own it.” There is real wisdom in having the total control that comes with physical possession.… Keep Reading

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Buy “Junk Silver”

June 14th, 2018

Pre-1965 90% U.S. silver coinage, aka “junk silver,” is one of the most interesting retail bullion products to follow in our industry.… Keep Reading

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Some Probing Questions from Customers Like You...

June 13th, 2018

Client communications are a priority for us. If someone calls, we have live people answering the phone and ready to provide service. If you need support by email or by live chat, we respond promptly. This is, of course, good business as it makes for happy… Keep Reading

$400 Gold Forecast

WHY HARRY DENT’S $400 FORECAST FOR GOLD IS WRONG…. Price Is Heading Up Much Higher

June 12th, 2018

Harry Dent has been making the rounds suggesting that for gold to get back to its pre-bubble price, it would need to fall to $400 or $450. If we were to believe Mr. Dent, then it would be bad news for gold investors. However, Harry Dent’s gold price… Keep Reading

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Why are gold/silver premiums SO darn low right now?

June 11th, 2018

The bullion markets have undergone a shift in recent months. Prices may be range-bound, but there has been a transition from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market. Our goal, as always, is to keep our readers and clients apprised of developments and an… Keep Reading

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The Dangers of Investing Based on Phony Government Statistics

June 11th, 2018

If you believe the headline numbers, joblessness is at a generational low with the economy booming. On the surface, this all paints a beautiful picture for the economy and stock market. But dig a little deeper, and the numbers aren’t quite as bright th… Keep Reading

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Precious Metals Represent Something True

June 6th, 2018

You began investing in precious metals because they represent something honest. Gold and silver are tangible, scarce, and beautiful. People have always recognized them as such. Societies naturally gravitated toward using them as a trusted medium of exchan… Keep Reading

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How Savvy Investors Do (and Don’t) Hedge against Inflation

June 5th, 2018

Inflation is a corrosive force that gradually – and sometimes rapidly – eats away at the nominal value of savings and investments.… Keep Reading

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Total U.S. Public Debt & Interest Expense Hit A New Record High

June 5th, 2018

The total U.S. public debt hit a new record high of $21.145 trillion on the last day in May. As the U.S. debt increased, so did the interest expense which jumped by more than $26 billion in the first seven months of the fiscal year. That’s correct; th… Keep Reading