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  • Precious metals being salvaged from hi-tech waste

    While it is certainly not the first time that the idea of extracting precious metals from used computer components has circulated in the media, a recent article suggests that in certain parts of the world, this can be quite a popular endeavor. As an emerging economy, India has many businesses that a...
  • Central banks snapping up gold, should precious metals investors take the hint?

    Analysts across global media have been noting an interesting trend in the behavior of central banks in recent days: they are buying up gold. According to a columnist for Barron's, big changes could be heading our way in precious metals due to this changed approach to the yellow metal. Even Reuters r...
  • Performance of gold stocks could shed crucial light on how gold may perform

    While not all investors prefer gold stocks, watching them can offer some important insight, analysts suggest. Gold mining companies like SPDR Gold Trust and Newmont Mining are being watched by analysts who write for the leading finance and investing publication, Forbes. They do this because it co...
  • French Roosters: gold bullion coins that excite collectors today

    France is a nation that has long been known for its passion for fine arts. It should come as no surprise that once France decided to issue coins, it took that same passion to designing them. The 20 franc Rooster is a gold bullion investment that many collectors admire not just for its value, but the...
  • The History of the New Orleans Mint That Produced Many Gold & Silver Coins

    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city rich in history that was founded in 1718. One can be certain that a great deal of gold from Mexico flowed through its port on the Mississippi river long before it got its Mint in 1835. It was not the only Mint in the South, but it is certainly among one of the most i...
  • The Fascinating Design History of Standing Liberty Quarters

    When it comes to rare silver coins, the Standing Liberty quarter is certainly one that has garnered a lot of attention from collectors and historians through the years. This rare coin was produced right after the Barber Quarter, between 1916 and 1930. Its design was not needed at the time, though ...
  • Buying Silver Coins? Why You Should Consider the Morgan Dollar.

    If you are thinking about buying silver coins, there is one choice that is extremely popular with collectors today. The Morgan Dollar is a coin that was produced between 1878 and 1904 as well as a limited minting pursuant to the Pittman Act that took place in 1921. How Much Silver is In A Morgan ...
  • Coin collectors: how to buy coins from dealers you can trust

    Becoming a coin collector can result in years of accruing fascinating knowledge along with a considerable amount of wealth; but have you thought about how you will choose the right dealer? It is certainly not difficult to find a dealer since an internet search will review thousands of them from arou...
  • Does the Kuda Maru Contain Gold?

    World War II is one of the many wars where nations began to take to the sea. It was a conflict that left plenty of sunken ships in its wake, but not all of them contained stolen gold. The Kuda Maru, a Japanese freighter that was bombed by the planes of Allied Forces, sank off the coast of the Philip...
  • Ron Paul's view on the gold standard, U.S. precious metals based economy

    Presidential candidate Ron Paul has long been a supporter of a return to the gold standard for the United States, but a recent column in Forbes shows that he is not the only noted thinker who is championing this concept. The noted business and financial publication is one watched by investors in gol...

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