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  • Election Armageddon

    According to the Washington Post, the presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton “has gone from unusual to unexpected to surprising to odd to strange to weird to bizarre.” The Post also predicts the time leading up to the election will be “indescribable.” These are tr...
  • 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...
  • Negative Interest Rates are Possible in the U.S.

    Negative interest rates in the United States are becoming more of a possibility with every passing underwhelming jobs report or without a hike in interest rates by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. Below-zero interest rates are almost fashionable in these globally uncertain economic times. Central...
  • 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 ...
  • The Amazingly True Facts About Gold

    • Largest known gold nugget ever found was in Central Victoria, Australia in 1869. It weighed 2,316 Troy ounces or 158 pounds and was named, “Welcome Stranger.” At today’s spot price of gold the Welcome Stranger would be worth over $3 million. • China, the United States, and Australia a...
  • The Last Days of Gold

    Gold is one of the rarest elements in the world and since the beginning of recorded time has been used as a form of currency. The precious metal constitutes about .003 parts per million of the earth’s surface. Translated into time this would be less than thirty seconds every two years. All of th...
  • Olympic Gold Isn’t What It Used To Be

    The first Olympics did not feature gold medals or any medals for that matter. Only one winner was crowned, and that was with a wreath made of wild olive leaves from a sacred tree near the temple of Zeus at Olympia. Winners at the 1896 Summer Olympics received a silver medal and the second place fi...
  • 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...
  • Election is Good for Gold

    On November 8, 2016, the United States will elect its next leader and likely push gold prices toward $1,650 - $1,850, regardless of who becomes the 45th President of the United States. Georgette Boele, a currency and precious metals analyst with the Dutch bank, ABN Amro, believes the presumptive inw...
  • Chinese Export: Fake Gold Coins

    As savvy investors look for ways to diversify their portfolios in uncertain financial times, news comes that counterfeit gold and silver coins are flooding the market. According to Rod Gillis of the American Numismatic Association, the influx of fake coins is “a very serious problem and it’s...

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