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  • Death, Taxes, and the National Debt

    Death and taxes are said to be the only guarantees that life provides, but there is another guarantee and it is a growing problem that will impact the lives of Americans for generations. The total owed by the U.S. Government has more than doubled from $9 trillion before the recession at the end of 2...
  • Can Gold Help Fight Alzheimer's

    The applications for gold within modern medicine are extensive and to some surprising. The use of gold in medicine began around 1890 when bacteriologist Robert Koch discovered that compounds containing gold prevented the growth of the bacillus that caused tuberculosis. His golden discovery landed ...
  • Fort Knox: A Depository of Gold or Secrets?

    Fort Knox is the commonly used name for the U.S. Bullion Depository located next to the U.S. Army base, whose actual name is Fort Knox. How Much Gold Is In Fort Knox? Said to have the most secure vault in the world, Fort Knox is reported to be the home of 147.3 million ounces of gold. Depending on...
  • Gold Can be Added to Anything

    Egyptians had a fascination with gold that bordered on obsession. In fact, Egypt’s association with gold is more than five centuries old and the civilization that is responsible for humanity’s infatuation with the precious metal. Gold was coveted by the Egyptians, not because of the monetary v...
  • Eat, Drink and be Merry with Gold

    You’ve diligently worked to protect your financial future by investing in gold bars and coins, but craving other ways to integrate a few more karats into the rest of your life. Gold has a distinctive look and feel but does it have a taste? There are few ways to put your personal opulence on displa...
  • When is a Buffalo not a Buffalo?

    Misnaming species of animals or plants is not a new phenomenon so it should not come as a surprise that the U.S. government has perpetuated the misnaming of an animal for over a century. The brontosaurus, contrary to what generations have been taught, and countless museums display, does not exis...
  • Report: Walls of Australia’s Retired Perth Mint Thick With Embedded Gold Dust

    More than a century of gold refining means that there’s gold in the air, and the walls, at Australia’s old Perth Mint, reported the Wall Street Journal. “That's because the gold is in the form of dust that has accumulated in the brickwork of the old Perth Mint since its founding in the 1890s ...
  • U.S. Mint Sold Out of Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Gold Coin In Four Days

    The U.S. Mint sold out of a limited edition run of 50,000 gold baseball coins only four days after the issue was released. The special gold coin is part of the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin program. Although the coins were marked with the denomination of $5, they were actually list...
  • Historical Value of Ancient Roman Gold Mine Threatens New Efforts to Mine Deposit

    A Romanian dispute over the historical value of an ancient Roman gold mine has been reignited following a leaked government report. The battle concerns whether the gold mine should be preserved for its historical rarity or mined for its valuable contents, according to a new report from Fox News. The...
  • English Central Bank Secretly Sold Gold Bullion for the Nazis in 1939

    July 30, 2013 -- England’s central bank got its hands dirty back in 1939 selling looted gold on behalf of the Nazi regime, reported the Financial Times. The gold in question had been looted by the Nazis after their 1939 invasion of Czechoslovakia. The gold was valued at 5.6 million British pou...

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