Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Invest in Smaller Denomination Silver Bullion - Dimes, 1/10th ounce rounds , at 30 dollars an ounce 1 dime is worth 2.17 so stay as close to that as possible you don't want to pay hardly any premium on "junk" silver so just check around and see who has the lowest premiums in your area, those 90% coins require refining to be used industrially, that's why the premium is low.The Stagecoach silver that allows you to break it up is a good idea. I like the dimes, quarters, and dollars. Two types that you can still find in circulation are War .05 & 1/2 90&40%. Both easy to spot and a lot of people bad mouth both of them, but copper is 3.66 a lbs and nickle is also up. You need some gold & a great buy are Aust.1/20 coins. The US Govt. can take your bullion, so lock it up. FDR did this in 1933.