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  • Always Be Prepared

    Being prepared is defined by having the resources you need for a disaster and hoping that you will never have to use them. Those who were in the Boy Scouts understand the need for preparedness in everyday life. They have the skills for disaster preparedness and think about it frequently. For every...
  • Texas Bullion Depository to be Headquartered in City of Leander

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2017 (AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today that the city of Leander will be the future home of the Texas Bullion Depository. Construction on a multi-acre site is expected to begin in early 2018. The site was selected by Austin-based Lone Sta...
  • Swiss Gold: A puzzling month suggests a degree of caution

    We really don’t know what to make of the latest official gold import and export statistics out of Switzerland, released just over a week ago for the month of September 2017. Switzerland’s import and export figures are hugely important in terms of gold flows from West to East (usually) as its...
  • Future Interest Rates and Gold

    There has been much speculation about who the new Chairman of the Federal Reserve would be. We had hoped that by now, we might have some definitive information to share. But the indecision about this issue on behalf of the President, perhaps speaks to the complexities involved, and the lack of c...
  • What‘s Happening with PGMs as Palladium Price Powers Past Platinum?

    Not so long ago it was unthinkable that the palladium price would exceed that of platinum given the comparative rarities of the two metals and their similar usages. But now the unthinkable has occurred and the palladium price has powered ahead of that of platinum. Indeed if current trends contin...
  • Hurricane Maria, AAA-Rated Bonds, and Gold

    Long before Hurricane Maria was a wisp of a cloud forming in the Atlantic Ocean, Puerto Rico was in trouble. With an economy the size of Nebraska (small), they had racked up an amount of debt equal to that of California (huge). With the largest state economy in the US, California cannot pay their ...
  • Rising Markets, Falling Dollars, Emerging Libertads

    Many are pleasantly surprised, for the time being, that the stock market appears to be up. But what does that really mean, when the currency used to keep track of the gains, is down in value by a greater amount? By now you have heard about how our currency has dropped in value so far this year...
  • A Simple Guide to Rolling-Over a 401(k) into an IRA

    It’s not uncommon for Americans to change jobs numerous times throughout their lives—as often as every five or so years, in fact. For those who have a 401(k) tied to their current position, however, understanding what to do with the account when heading elsewhere can be easier said than done. T...
  • Texas Bullion Depository Hires Former SWAT Team Leader to Protect the State’s Gold

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former sheriff’s office veteran tapped to secure first state-administered gold bullion depository in the U.S. (Austin, TX — Sept. 14, 2017) — Lone Star Tangible Assets (LSTA) announces Sgt. Bryan Whoolery, a 28-year Travis County Sheriff’s Office veteran and S...
  • Why won't they kill the penny?

    Does it really cost more to make a penny than it's worth? Most people rarely consider the United States’ penny, though many have heard that the one cent coin costs more than one cent to make. Commonly used in bar trivia nights, the idea is usually dismissed as simply being untrue or more compl...

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