Thursday, February 27, 2014

Best Strategies for Buying Gold Bullion

It's good to invest your money on American eagle coin or on Canadian gold maple leaf as a hedge against financial or political crises.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

GOLD PRICE IN 2014 - Should You BUY OR SELL GOLD in 2014? Is BITCOIN the FUTURE?

GOLD PRICE IN 2014 - Should You BUY OR SELL GOLD in 2014? Is BITCOIN the FUTURE?

If you're like me, you've bought gold due to the money printing policies of most developed countries and the effect those policies will have on the future purchasing power of our paper money. Probably also because there's no viable way for governments to escape the consequences of all the debt they've piled up. And maybe because politicians can't be trusted to formulate a realistic strategy to avoid any number of monetary, fiscal, or economic crises going forward.

These are valid, core reasons to hold gold in a portfolio at this point in time. But a new trend is under way, and someday soon it will be just as much a driving force for gold prices as anything else: a good old-fashioned supply crunch.

The following four factors are combining to diminish gold supply. While we've touched on some of them before, put together they're creating a perfect storm that will, sooner or later, impact the gold market in several powerful ways. As these forces gather steam, you'll want to make sure you've already built a substantial position in physical bullion.
Factor #1: Production Pullbacks, Development Delays, Exploration Cancelations

Gold producers don't operate in a vacuum. If the price of their product falls by 30% over a two-year period, they've got to make some adjustments. And those adjustments, more often than not, result in lower production, delayed mine development plans, and cuts in exploration budgets. The response is industrywide, and even low-cost producers are not immune.

The drop in metals prices means some mines can't operate profitably, and if the losses exceed the cost of closure (and possibly, restart in the future), these mines will be shut down. As operations come offline, global output falls.

While lower metals prices are not what any of us want, they're long-term bullish because, as they say, the cure for low prices is low prices. If prices drop further, a greater number of projects will be unable to maintain production levels. For example, we know of several operating mines that, in spite of large reserves, will be forced offline if the gold price falls to the $1,100 level.

The impact on development and exploration projects is even greater—it's easy to postpone construction on tomorrow's new mine when you're worried about cash flow today. As a result, many companies have cut drilling projects and laid off geologists.

The chart below shows the precipitous decline in the number of drilling projects around the world.

In an interview with Talking Numbers' Brian Sullivan, Faber offers what he thinks is next for the world in 2014:

Faber says: "My sense is that at the present time, the US market is relatively expensive compared to foreign markets, especially to European markets and to emerging markets. On a cyclically-adjusted P/E [price-to-earnings] basis, it is actually going to return very little over the next seven to 10 years

Faber says: "If you look at the entire market, some stocks are not terribly expensive and some stocks are very expensive. It's like in year 2000, not every stock was overpriced. At that time, the NASDAQ was grossly overvalued but, say, resource shares and so-called 'old economy' companies were relatively inexpensive or absolutely cheap. In the present instance, I think that stocks like Facebook, Tesla, Twitter, Netflix, [and] Veeva Systems are grossly overvalued and that the basket of shorts in these stocks will return you at least 30% next year."
3. Best longs for 2014: Gold, gold shares, and Vietnamese stocks
Faber says: "Given all the money printing that is going on globally -- and not just in the US -- and given that the total credit as a percent of the advanced economies is now 30% higher than in 2007 before the crisis hit, I think that gold is a good insurance."

"I'd rather buy something that is reasonably priced. And, I think gold shares are very inexpensive. So a basket of gold shares I think next year could easily appreciate 30%."

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

2014 Australia Wedge-Tailed Eagle 1 Ounce Silver Coin

This video outlines the unpackaging and up close look at the 2014 Australia Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 Ounce Silver Coin from the Perth Mint

Just a quick run through of some 2014 Silver Bullion options including:
*Canada Maple Leaf, $5 CAD
*Australian Koala, $1 AUD
*Chinese Panda, 10 Yuan
*Australian Kookaburra, $1 AUD
*British Royal Mint Britannia, 2 Pounds
*Austrian Philharmonic, 1.50 Euros
*American Silver Eagle (ASE), $1 USD

Which one do you think has the most potential for appreciation? Do you have a favorite design or specific bullion coin that you buy each year? I know more bullion will be refreshed with a 2014 year marking.. what else is on your buy list, 2014 Year of the Horse?

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Beginners Guide to Buying Physical Silver

Here is a quick guide to help beginers not to get scammed when buying Silver.

To provide a different perspective... collecting coins is good because they are well known and they may appreciate in value. On the other hand, bullion (bars and rounds) is not as appealing to collectors, but you are getting more actual metal for your money. If you pay 33 dollars for an ounce of silver when raw silver is 30/ounce, then you are paying 10% for the coining. I tend to buy as close to spot price as I can.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Silver Bullion Rounds & Bars - Which is the Better Investment and Worth More Money?

Quick video distinguishing the various types of silver bullion available in the marketplace. I go over which rounds and bars will go for nice premiums when you go to resell them. In addition, I discuss some of the most commonly collected pieces available. Not all bullion pieces are made the same. Get more tips and information on coins, bullion and other collectibles

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

How YOU can buy Silver or Gold bullion AT SPOT! A Cheap way to invest!

I thought I would share one of my 'Methods' to getting silver or gold at the lowest possible price. With Silver & Gold being down in price, more people are holding off selling to Local Coin Stores until the prices rise. I've found a way that makes you happy because you're gonna be able to buy silver or gold at spot! Also the person selling is happy because no "We Buy Gold" store or LCS will pay close to spot! It's a win win!

Friday, February 14, 2014

Where NOT to be when the DOLLAR COLLAPSE happens - Are You PREPARED for a GLOBAL CURRENCY RESET?

The death of the dollar is coming, and it will probably be China that pulls the trigger. What you are about to read is understood by only a very small fraction of all Americans. Right now, the U.S. dollar is the de facto reserve currency of the planet. Most global trade is conducted in U.S. dollars, and almost all oil is sold for U.S. dollars. More than 60 percent of all global foreign exchange reserves are held in U.S. dollars, and far more U.S. dollars are actually used outside of the United States than inside of it.

As will be described below, this has given the United States some tremendous economic advantages, and most Americans have no idea how much their current standard of living depends on the dollar remaining the reserve currency of the world. Unfortunately, thanks to reckless money printing by the Federal Reserve and the reckless accumulation of debt by the federal government, the status of the dollar as the reserve currency of the world is now in great jeopardy.

As I mentioned above, nations all over the globe use U.S. dollars to trade with one another. This has created tremendous demand for U.S. dollars and has kept the value of the dollar up. It also means that Americans can import things that they need much more inexpensively than they otherwise would be able to.

The largest exporting nations such as Saudi Arabia (oil) and China (cheap plastic trinkets at Wal-Mart) end up with massive piles of U.S. dollars...

Instead of just sitting on all of that cash, these exporting nations often reinvest much of that cash into low risk securities that can be rapidly turned back into dollars if necessary. For a very long time, U.S. Treasury bonds have been considered to be the perfect way to do this. This has created tremendous demand for U.S. government debt and has helped keep interest rates super low. So every year, massive amounts of money that gets sent out of the country ends up being loaned back to the U.S. Treasury at super low interest rates... new $100 bill prediction false flag attack

Back in 2002, it emerged that when a $20 dollar bill was folded in a certain way it revealed images that resembled the 9/11 attacks, a story that caused quite a stir at the time since the notes were issued three years beforehand in 1998.

Are the hidden images in the new $100 bill a chilling prophecy of future events, or just another example of how people are obsessed with doomsday fantasies that require a huge leap in imagination and logic to believe?

On the global financial stage, China is playing chess while the U.S. is playing checkers, and the Chinese are now accelerating their long-term plan to dethrone the U.S. dollar. You see, the truth is that China does not plan to allow the U.S. financial system to dominate the world indefinitely. Right now, China is the number one exporter on the globe and China will have the largest economy on the planet at some point in the coming years. news 2012 2013 dollar collapse event world human wealth work food government fiat money usd
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Today, the U.S. financial system is the core of the global financial system. Because nearly everybody uses the U.S. dollar to buy oil and to trade with one another, this creates a tremendous demand for U.S. dollars around the planet. So other nations are generally very happy to take our dollars in exchange for oil, cheap plastic gadgets and other things that U.S. consumers "need"

Thursday, February 13, 2014

How YOU can buy Silver or Gold bullion AT SPOT! A Cheap way to invest!

I thought I would share one of my 'Methods' to getting silver or gold at the lowest possible price. With Silver & Gold being down in price, more people are holding off selling to Local Coin Stores until the prices rise. I've found a way that makes you happy because you're gonna be able to buy silver or gold at spot! Also the person selling is happy because no "We Buy Gold" store or LCS will pay close to spot! It's a win win!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Crash Bitcoin, Buy Silver!

I bought some crypto-currency to speculate a little. Little risk for potential large reward. Very hard to say which (if any) will give big gains in the end. You win some, you lose some. We'll see what happens. Can't win (or lose) if you don't try.. I'm hooked on the real thing though. Keep stacking my friend !

Crash Bitcoin!! Buy Silver!!! Start getting cash back from your online shopping today with ebates, join for free with this link. Link to my Preser. It's another whopper vid - lots is going on! If you want to skip ahead to the next section. Silver price action: 1:15 Bitcoin crash: 1:57 Why are silver p. Bitcoin value continues to rise. Today gold experienced it's largest two day drop in 30 years crashing through its support at $1400 dollars an ounce, silver also dropped sharply, losing 6%

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Peter Schiff : Bitcoin Is Not Gold

Peter Schiff : Why do you guys have such a problem understanding divisibility? Dividing bitcoins is not the same as dividing gold. When gold is divided, the smaller coins have less gold then the original. So the intrinsic value of each coin is reduced. No intrinsic value is lost when bitcoins are divided, as there is no intrinsic value to begin with. Yes, the full coin is valued at the sum of its parts, but that is not my point. Its the total potential supply of coins that counts. Think about it this way. Bitcoins are sold 10 million to the pack, which each buyer can then break apart into individual coins. The total limit on 10 million packages is 21 million. Do not think of one bidcoin as the 10 million dollar package. Think of that package as a 10 million bitcoin bill. When you think about it that way, how scarce are bit coins?

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Worlds First BITCOIN ATM Opens in Vancouver Canada - Is CryptoCurrency the Future Currency?

Worlds First BITCOIN ATM Opens in Vancouver Canada - Is CryptoCurrency the Future Currency?

It was the machine face that launched a thousand articles. News of the world's first real Bitcoin ATM being installed in a coffee shop in Vancouver, Canada on Tuesday set the media afire, with stories published across the globe. Whether related or not, in the day after the CND$ BTC machine went live, "Bitcoin" became the second most read article on Wikipedia, after "Halloween."

Bitcoiniacs, which bought the $18,500 machine from Reno, Nevada-based Robocoin. While most of that is people buying Bitcoins, $6,000 worth of Bitcoins have been traded for Canadian cash. Demeter says he's planning to install four more Bitcoin ATMs around Canada.

Financial regulators have told him they're not interested in his ATM as Canada doesn't regard Bitcoin as a currency. The machine's only nod toward the law is a palm scanner to ensure that no one palm exchanges more than $3,000 per day, per a federal requirement intended to prevent money laundering.

But why is the world so excited about this machine? And why would anyone use it? The whole financial point of the peer-to-peer, decentralized currency is to make online money transmission easy and transaction-fee free. Though the machine makes a near instant exchange taking less than a minute reports Wired says there is a 3% fee to change money using the machine, making it pricier than most online exchanges. San Francisco-based Coinbase charges a 1% fee to change money to Bitcoin. Canadian Virtual Exchange has fees from .5% to 1.5%.

"Why trundle down to a regular ATM to get bills to stuff into the Bitcoin ATM, when you could do the same transaction on your couch pay fewer fees?" writes Jeff John Roberts at Gigaom.

While the machine does facilitate anonymity by allowing you to convert directly from cash to Bitcoin without attaching a bank account or identity credentials as you must with Bitcoin exchanges like Coinbase or, now, Mt. Gox have to scan a palm, leaving some identifying biometric information behind. Though part of the reason a palm was chosen is that it's a biometric not often used unless you're taking the GMAT.

There was a race on to be the first to develop a Bitcoin ATM, with Robocoin primarily competing with New Hampshire-based Lamassu and BitcoinATM. Bitcoiniacs chose Robocoin because "they're the only ones that have a functioning product," says Demeter. "Everyone's talking about it but no one had anything ready."

Despite the fact that the machine doesn't make much sense economically, I believe it got widespread coverage because of people's fascination with Bitcoin in the real world. People have trouble grasping the "mining" and cryptography and peer-to-peer network stuff, but an ATM that you put money into that shoots a Bitcoin address out? That's easily grasped. to digital forms of money. criminal activity.
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The two Senate hearings -- the first to focus on bitcoin -- are likely to examine how regulators are responding to the new forms of payment, the aides said. Potential points of discussion include how financial-industry regulators will watch over investment in the new currencies and how virtual currencies might impede tax collection or facilitate trade in illegal products out of the sight of law enforcement. online drug marketplace Silk Road.

Bitcoin, which allows users to conduct online transactions while obscuring their identities, was the only currency accepted on Silk Road. Law enforcement officials arrested the site's alleged proprietor, Ross Ulbricht, earlier this month, and have shuttered the operation.

Ulbricht faces a potentially lengthy prison sentence for charges ranging from narcotics trafficking to computer hacking to money laundering. Federal officials have now seized over $33.6 million worth of bitcoins in connection with the case.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Bitcoin vs. Gold: The Future of Money - Peter Schiff Debates Stefan Molyneux

Is bitcoin a bubble? Does gold have an intrinsic value? Is bitcoin a ponzi or pyramid scheme? Peter Schiff thinks so. Stefan Molyneux and Peter Schiff discuss Bitcoin vs. Gold and the future of money.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Silver Stacking whit Casascius Silver Bitcoin bullion + Goldcoins

While public officials may be ignoring the continued deterioration of our economy, job losses to the tune of hundreds of thousands of people weekly, and the unprecedented demand for government emergency support services like unemployment insurance and food assistance, Americans who sense uncertainty in the air are flocking to the safety of physical resources. Our first point of interest is a recent report from the Federal Reserve that indicates some $114 billion dollars in cash was withdrawn from the nation's largest banks in the last thirty days. Those holding their money at bailed out financial institutions are understandably concerned because the government's $250,000 deposit insurance guarantee program, originally implemented to restore confidence in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, expired at the end of 2012. That and the US fiscal situation has never been worse, with one Obama official recently having said the solution to the country's woes is to simply kill the dollar. According to the mint, investors purchased nearly half a billion dollars in gold and silver in the last 30 days. There was, in fact, so much money shifting into physical precious metals in January that the mint was actually forced to cease operations because they couldn't meet demand. A massive 7.4 million Silver Eagles were purchased from the U.S. Mint in January, considerably higher than the previous record from early 2011. At 140,000 ounces, the Mint has also sold the most ounces of gold in January in almost three years, suggesting the rising 'currency wars' are stoking people's ongoing rotation from paper-to-physical assets as their 'wealth' slowing loses its value. Why You Should Buy Gold and Silver People against the New World Order will often be interested in investing in gold and silver—particularly physical gold and silver—meaning they purchase coins or bars that they themselves take physical possession of, rather than just buying gold or silver stocks or certificates. The reason for this is because gold and silver are seen as real money, as opposed to a fiat currency like the US dollar. A fiat currency is a currency that isn't backed by gold or silver. Before 1971 the US dollar was backed by gold which meant that for every dollar in circulation, there was one dollar worth of gold in possession by the federal government or the Federal Reserve Bank. This was a way to keep inflation low since the gold supply only slowly increased, so then would inflation. But in 1971 President Nixon took the US dollar off the gold standard, meaning the Federal Reserve could print money and put it in circulation that was not backed by gold, so the rate of inflation was no longer connected to the amount of gold in existence, but rather to the number of dollars the Federal Reserve wanted to print. gold silver bullion coins 2013 future truth treasury "federal reserve" power elite control fed federal usd dollar u.s. "united states" executive order notes note fraud fiat "fiat currency" currency congress money cash debt spending taxes interest "interest rate" tax inflation economy trading nasdaq manipulation stimpulate "gold coin" "gold eagle" "silver eagle" "silver coin" "maple leaf" "perth mint" canada british china bank vault pound yen export food prices oil prepare shtf midas devalue hyper inflation grovery store unseen forces wake up soros leverage record funds litecoin miner rig 7950 r9 280x 290x agenda nwo 2014 For decades, patriots and those in The Resistance had worried that the Federal Reserve Banking System, which is controlled by a group of private banks operating as if they were a government entity, would one day make the US dollar practically worthless because it would print so many of them it would create what is called hyper-inflation, thus destroying the value of the currency as was seen in the Weimar Republic in Germany in the 1930s, and recently in Zimbabwe, Africa where the inflation rate was so high that a bunch of bananas cost literally billions of Zimbabwe dollars. Since the year 2000 gold has went from $300 an ounce to over $1100 an ounce in the beginning of 2010. Silver has went from $5.25 an ounce to $18 an ounce in the same timeframe. Some market analysts predict that gold will hit $2000 an ounce sometime into the 2010 decade, and others are even predicting $5000 an ounce. Much of the increase in the price of gold and silver isn't because the metals are getting more rare, but rather the price is a reflection of the weakening US dollar. Gold and silver have been seen as a hedge against inflation for decades and most financial advisers recommend that 10% of a person's investments should be held in gold

Monday, February 3, 2014

Silver or Bitcoin or litecoin or feathercoin

 Most of my silver is just worth it's weight... I've got a few coins that 's worth protecting but the rest is just bullion. It's going to be always just bullion and bullion is just worth its weight touched or not touched so why spend extra trying to stop it from getting touched?I recommend buying standard silver bullion coins like american eagles or canadian maple leafs. Perhaps standard silver bars. Random chunks of silver such as those displayed are of uncertain metal content.

A ton of trashed electronics contains more silver and gold than a tone of unrefined high-grade ore. Love those beautiful little bars at 6:40! All in all, a nice stack, great variety! So, this is just your odds and ends, right? The big 1,000 oz bars are tucked away somewhere?