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  • Growing Debts, Domestic and International, Could Affect Strength of American Dollar

    "We have been in a state of stagnation since 2008. We’re moving towards stagflation. It feels good right now but it’s a false dawn." – Alan Greenspan, May, 2018  The surprise of this entire year may be the strength of the American Dollar and its impact on not only the American economy but th...
  • How Rare is a Proof 70 Coin?

    When it comes to coin investing, conventional wisdom tells us that rarer is generally better. But what does it mean for a coin to be “rare” and what is proof 70 condition? For starters, an investor could consider: a coin's age, original mintage numbers, market demand, or socioeconomic or geop...
  • The Threat to South Africa and the Krugerrand

    As a matter of full disclosure, I have a personal, and a vested interest in the information we are sharing with you today. Besides having friends who were born, and continue to live in South Africa, who have experienced many of the atrocities explained in this article, we also own Krugerrand. I ha...
  • Roman Coin Dream - The Twelve Caesars

    Few civilizations throughout history have made such a profound impact on the human story as that of the Twelve Caesars of the Roman empire. From influential styles of governance to lasting geographical influence to technological ingenuity, Rome is perhaps one of the most compelling historical soci...
  • Native American Gold

    There has always been a certain mystique surrounding the American Indian warrior, such as the unnamed warrior depicted on the American Gold Buffalo coin. But what connections are there between the Indians honored by the coin, and gold itself? What role did gold play in the commerce and trading syste...
  • The Certainty of a Gold Price Rise

    Many things are uncertain in the world today. One thing which we can be certain of, however, is that the price of gold will rise in paper money terms. Yes, there will be short term fluctuations in both directions, but we can expect to see gold rise 60-70% over the next 4-5 years. We don’t say thin...
  • Bulldozers, Gold, and Your Family

    “A size for every use, and a hundred uses for every size” - Caterpillar marketing slogan. Recently, my Dad and I had the opportunity to take a trip he has wanted to take for a long time, to visit Caterpillar (the heavy equipment manufacturer). As you may know, Caterpillar makes some of the most ...
  • Government Movement on Sound Money Backed by Gold

    Some say the wheels of justice turn slowly. Sometimes, the wheels of common sense can seem to turn even slower. Thankfully for us all, however, those wheels are beginning to turn. There is now legislation pending, recently introduced in Congress (H.R. 5404), that would redefine the U.S. Dollar as a ...
  • We Are Living in a Gold-Friendly World

    Long ago, back in January, we told you about an upcoming change in how the world would buy and sell oil, and how that could be detrimental for both stocks and the dollar. After several delays and false starts, the Chinese Yuan-based oil contract officially began trading on March 26, 2018. We also wr...
  • Steel Tariffs, Rising Gold and Silver

    By now, you have probably heard about President Trump's desire to impose a 25% tariff on imported steel, and 10% tariff on imported aluminum. While many are treating this as a surprise announcement that nobody saw coming, he began talking about this during the presidential campaign. Plans to do th...

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