Perth Mint gold bars. Minted from 99.99% pure gold and available in 5 gram, 10 gram, 20 gram , 1 ounce and 10 ounce sizes. For anyone living in or visiting Perth, it's convenient for buying or
selling gold and silver bullion bars and coins during business hours
Monday to Friday.
Visitors can also sell their unwanted gold
jewellery in the bullion room at the trusted Perth Mint. For further
information call 9421 7248 or visit http://www.perthmint.com.au.
How are Silver and Gold Coins Priced? where and how to get the Best Price Silver and Gold Bullion. Find out about how you can buy silver bullion easily and cheaply.
With the financial markets in turmoil, silver in decline (harder to get) and the dollar Dropping; Physical silver and Gold Bullion are our only 100% safe Places to protect our money. With a rising inflation, your money in the bank will Not beat real inflation (if you are lucky enough to get over 5.2% interest paid by the bank).
Most bank accounts offer lower than this interest rate and then you have income tax to pay on this interest. We all know now that no matter how large a bank is, none are immune from failure or from going bust.
HerWell, as of right now, it is illegal to melt any pennies. A pennies still worth only a penny if it can't be melt. The only usage of copper right now is for thermo and electrical conduction because of it is cheap. In the future, I expect demand of copper will drop. Something with much better electrical conduction is already available. In 10-15 years,the manufacturing process would replace copper in electronics and electrical applications.e is my copper hoard. Copper is around $4.30 a pound which makes a copper cent worth almost three times its face value.
I think bullion is best at the cheapest possible price. I own a roll or Silver Eagles but the rest of my holdings is bullion. You have to ask this question: what r the chances that the premiums will OUTPERFORM the underlying bullion. And in my opinion the odds are low. If Silver doubles the premium would also have to double just to keep up and I don't see that happening. .numismatically......and i tend not to buy for the art...way over premium....and at the end of the day ..its the melt value of silver that people will pay for....imagine...if we ever get to a situation where we end up using silver and gold for barter/purchasing.....numismatic value may not be a consideration.......but hey...then again you may be right.....either way - its silver!!!...and those who have it will be set!!
Author, businessman, investor and financial educator Robert Kiyosaki strongly recommends people invest in silver as governments continue to print fiat currency.
Precious metals are one of the KEY investments that perform well during deflationary depression. This is the opportunity of yuour life time to easily earn as many free US Silver Eagle coins as you need for the same price!the opportunity that is available to everyone to be able to still invest in Gold and Silver.
Right Now they are both worth a lot. And they will continue to rise up more and more.
Robert Kiyosaki along with other Smart business People are investing in stuff like this.
So, be smart I say, and You really need to check out this opportunity Like None other in the marketplace.
There are 6 steps to finish and polish your homemade silver bar.
Step 1: Sand the bar with 150 grit sandpaper
Step 2: Sand the bar with 220 grit sandpaper
Step 3: Buff with 0000 fine steel wool
Step 4: Stamp the bar with a steel punch/stamping set
Step 5: Tumle the bar with steel BB's for 3-5 hours
Step 6: Polish with a cloth wheel and polishing compound
The bar in this video weighs 90 grams (2.89 troy ounces)
.I filmed the most important part...the tumbling. Everything else was simple enough to just explain....and because I only have this 1 bar, I couldn't actually do it over again for the video. If someone needs a visual demonstration on how to use a piece of sandpaper or a stamp set & hammer then I really can't help them. You can tumble any shape you want to polish. If the piece is very detailed you may need more than just bb's though to get into all the small crevices and areas. .
I talk about a few different options when it comes to buying bullion. Also is it too late to get in on Silver? I like to diversify in junk silver, Government coins, and a few bars. I have maybe four or five generic rounds, although I do like the high premium coins because they are so beautiful. I bought a lot of HIGH premium stuff like lunars, kooks, and olympic maples back in November. Now, I've made over $15 on every coin with the premiums! To test for counterfeit silver coins, do a ring test. For large coins like silver dollars, balance the coin in the middle and tap the edge. You should hear a distinct high pitch ring which is characteristic of silver. That sound cannot be faked. For smaller coins, put them in a coffee mug, cover the top with your hand but leave a little space between your fingers. Then shake it next to year ear. You should again hear that high pitched ringing. Non-silver coins sound very different.
i am now buying mostly silver maples and government coins just because they are better than a random private mint, i only have a few silver rounds (4) i also like the high premium bars because locally they sell them for cheap and i can sell them for a profit!
The half Oz rounds are going to become a great way for people to keep getting silver in the coming times. I have 20 of the year of the rabbit. I thing you gave some good advise. I like a bit of variety myself. I keep buying a little each month & then big on the dips. Who know when the fiat $ in packing it in. For people entering the market your advice would be good to listen to.