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  • Demand in India & China means good things for precious metals, notably silver

    Experts in recent media reports are mentioning silver as having a future that many might not expect. Recent slumps in silver prices might not look promising to some investors, but the fact remains that there is still strong demand for the white metal in many parts of the world. Some investors are ...
  • Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

    Silver is an alluring precious metal that, for thousands of years, has captured the interest of people all over the world. The metal is often melted and shaped into various products such as jewelry, silver bullion and other rare coins. Silver has some other obscure usages that make the precious m...
  • U.S. Mint Halts Distribution of Six Silver Coins

    On Friday, February 24, 2012, The United States Mint suspended sales of six silver coins, which included five America the Beautiful 5-oz Silver Bullion articles and uncirculated American Silver Eagle coins, Coin Collecting News reports. At that time, no other related silver or gold coins have been ...
  • Silver Helps Detect Disease

    Silver is an invaluable property in the medical field. Humans have known about silver and its natural antimicrobial properties for thousands of years reports Silver Sinus. The Phoenicians used silver bottles to store their water in order to prevent it from spoiling, and that was back in 1200 BC. Whi...
  • Why Silver Coins Are An Affordable Investment Option

    Collectors who want to have a bit of history in their diverse portfolio of rare coins may want to invest in the U.S. mints' most recent silver coin release. The 2011 $1 Silver American Eagle coins are affordable, beautiful and historic, giving enthusiasts a chance to include more than simple gold ...
  • Silver, platinum and gold are influential in electronic motors and phones

    Precious metals are vital in the development of advanced technologies today, such as smartphones and automobiles. Consumers are quick to categorize silver bars, gold bullion and platinum coins as pure indicators of wealth. However, these metals are all highly influential, when broken down, in the ...
  • Four Ways to Avoid Buying Fake Gold Bullion Coins

    Buying gold bullion coins is a great way for investors to add a small amount of tangible gold to their investment portfolios and to any coin collection. However, coin fraud is always a possibility in the coin industry, and it is important that you protect yourself from wasting money on a fake. There...
  • Chinese counterfeit coins are a growing problem for the global economy

    The U.S. and global investors should be wary of precious metal bars and silver and gold coins. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, the premier U.S. advocate for investor protection and due diligence for high net-worth individuals, recently announced that Chinese counterfeit coins and precious metals a...
  • Adding Up the Value of a Coin Collection

    Maintaining hobbies while aging may help keep cognitive abilities sharp. Hobbies promote social and active lifestyles, which may delay the progression of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's. "Older people may enjoy the camaraderie of a club," Texan coin dealer Mike Fuljenz told the Chicago Tribun...
  • Alexander Hamilton and the History of the U.S. Mint

    On September 11, 1789, George Washington appointed Alexander Hamilton Secretary of Treasury. In his five years serving, he was the primary author of a number of economic policies for the Washington Administration, including The Coinage Act, which Congress passed on April 2, 1792. The Coinage Act ...

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