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Which Coins Should You Own

In this exclusive interview Andy Schectman the President of Miles Franklin Precious Metals Investments sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss the merits of owning government minted vs private minted coins and how fit into your precious met...

Hi-yo Silver Away!

Silver is expected to begin the next decade newly burnished, through a combination of higher industrial and investment demand, and tightened supply owing to mine production issues and output cuts. As December winds down and precious metals trade volumes dwindle, market an...

A Historical Perspective on Silver

When we don't understand the present, we can turn to the past. It is believed the natural ratio in the earth's crust is ~10 ounces of silver for one ounce of gold. Back in 3000 BC in Mesopotamia (modern day Turkey, Iraq, Iran), silver and gold were used to enable trade ...

Germany starts war on gold

Germans, like Indians and Chinese, love their gold - although their reasons for buying and keeping bullion are somewhat different. In China and India, gold jewelry is a status symbol - a sign of wealth and success. In Germany, owning gold bars and coins, maybe a 24-karat ...

Will Platinum Be the Precious Metal Leader?

Platinum, after making what appears to be a wash-out low in August 2018, now looks poised to be a precious metal leader, writes fund manager John Newell at Fieldhouse Capital Management. What is Platinum: Platinum is a precious transition metal that has the che...

Mar 20th 2020, Silver Chartbook – No time for fear

No time for fear In our last publication of our weekly silver chartbook we advised the purchase of physical silver. It was timely since shortly thereafter shortages of physical precious metal deliveries were common. Coins and bullion are now being sold as much as 10...

Mar 14th 2020, Silver Chartbook – Feeling Good

Feeling Good All engines stop. After a week like the last, it is important to exit the fright train. Bombarded by news that leave you at best concerned but more likely rather frightened, it is key to change ones state. No good decisions are made from a low energy stat...

Gold and the Debasement of Currency Con

It is reasonably well known that many Roman emperors debased their currency (coinage). This was a very bad practice, since it is really a reflection of the debasement of the value of the kingdom (empire or country); going from a honest and just society to a corrupt and unjust ...

Silver continues to gain in tight market

Gold and silver prices jumped Monday on fresh safe-haven demand following a 10-drone strike on Saturday that took out two major oil facilities in Saudi Arabia. Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed responsibility, but the US government said Iran was behind it. Iran reje...

Is Litecoin Just a Testnet for Bitcoin or a Vastly Undervalued Cryptocurrency?

I read a critique on Litecoin recently. The basic premise was that Litecoin is just a testing ground or testnet for Bitcoin. The author seemed to insinuate that Litecoin had little value other than testing new technologies prior to Bitcoin implementing them and was not a ...
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