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This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Silver Investing

Silver is really a fascinating investment metal.  It’s very under valued when you start to look at the numbers.  The price has been suppressed by paper contracts to the tune of 100’s of paper ounces to each physical ounce, but that is a discussion for another post. Today I’d like to show you some charts…

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Dec 24

Lana(Coin)

  © & ℗ Copyright: Jure Pirc (LanaCoin) https://www.facebook.com/LanaCoins/photos/p.257077984636543/257077984636543/?type=1&theater Yes, his daughter wears a beautiful name – Lana, they will talk about her even in the Louisiana!!! And, she has her own cryptocurrency – LanaCoin, easy to mine, so I would like to invite you – to join … One day, you will hear rumors, about…

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Today I want to share with you some Silver I bought for my kids.  I guess they aren’t really kids with the youngest being 18.  Someday I hope to make stackers out of them. This is a group of investment silver that I haven’t talked about yet.  It’s not generic or numismatic silver.  These pieces…

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This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Silver Investing

As I spoke about in my other post, fake Silver is out there and you need to be cautious of it.  The old saying “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.” could never be more true.  So let’s talk about some of the ways to spot fake silver.  This example will be…

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Ethereum is in deep value territory and looks to be a great buy heading into 2019. Off over 90% of its all time high around $1,100 and facing negative press, it is a value play supported on all the major cryptocurrency exchanges, granting sufficient liquidity. Ethereum’s ERC20 tokens and smart contracts are widely used, and…

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This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Silver Investing

Investing in silver has many different options depending on your end goal.  Some people buy it to collect.  Some for investment purposes only.  Today we’ll go over a few different types and what they are good for. 90% Silver Coins Often referred to as Junk silver, 90% or constitutional silver it’s any easy way to…

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This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Silver Investing

In this series I’ll be covering some of the basics of investing in physical precious metals.  First off I’d like to talk about why I chose Silver over Gold.  Currently Silver is around $14.50 USD an ounce.  The Gold/Silver Ratio is over 85.  This means it takes 85ozs of Silver to buy 1oz of Gold. …

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This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Coin Stories

Canada has a bullion coin called the Canadian Maple.  It comes in many many different forms.  The normal Maple is the same as these coins without the Privy mark.  It makes these coins a little more rare and collectible.  Let’s take a look at 3 of their privy coins today. These are from my earlier…

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Coin Stories

The American Silver Eagle may just be the most iconic Bullion coins ever produced.  In 1985 Senator McClure created an amendment known as the “Liberty Coin Act” to bill H.R. 47.  Included in the bill were instructions for the US Mint to produce a national coin from our silver stockpile.  The Defense National Stockpile was created…