Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Silver Investing

Silver Investing

1932 – 1964 Silver Quarter: 90% silver

1932 - 1964 Silver Quarter is 90% silver. Use the Silver Melt Value calculator to see the value of silver in this coin. This...

Bunker Hunt’s Attraction to Silver: A History of Cornering the Silver...

By 1974, Bunker and Herbert had accumulated futures contracts for approximately fifty-five million ounces of silver—8% of the global supply at that time.

Don’t Get Fooled: 15 Things to Know Before Buying Bullion

You’ve been thinking about investing in precious metals. It’s been on your radar for a while, but you’re not sure how to go about...

Gold Silver Ratio: The Historical Relationship and What it Means to...

For most of the nineteenth century, it was decreed — by fiat — that 15.5 ounces of silver were equal to one ounce of gold.

Personally Storing Silver Coins and Bullion

If you plan to personally store silver coins, bullion or other precious metal, you’re probably a coin collector (numismatist), a survivalist or a precious...

The Secret of Investing (Hint: It’s a Virtue)

The Richest Man in Babylon George Clason’s The Richest Man in Babylon is one of the most popular and highly regarded investment books ever written....
Bullion IRA

Bullion IRA: Putting Gold and Silver in Your Retirement IRA

Precious metals also be held in an IRA, but investing in bullion requires a custodian.

Silver Bullion Bars: Complete Investors Guide to Bullion Bars

Unlike silver coins, silver bullion bars are first and foremost an industrial product. They are intended to be used as a storage means and are consider a trading medium. They are very liquid, but should be purchased strictly as an investment and not used for bartering purposes.

Top 10 Best Managed Gold and Silver Companies

There are twenty-four gold and silver companies that trade on major American exchanges (the NYSE, the Nasdaq, and AMEX) and this article identifies the...

How the Federal Reserve Causes Inflation

The Federal Reserve System is bigger than the board of governors headed by Ben Bernanke; bigger than its ominous headquarters in Washington, D.C. The...