Saturday, December 3, 2016

1916 – 1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollar: 90% silver

1916 - 1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollar is 90% silver, which classifies the coin as junk silver. You can Use the Silver Melt Value...

1946 – 1964 Silver Roosevelt Dime: 90% Silver

The 1946 - 1964 Silver Roosevelt Dime is 90% Silver, which classifies this coin as junk silver. To see the value of the junk...

1916 – 1945 Mercury Dime: 90% Silver

The 1916-D is the key to the series and is eagerly sought after in all grades. While, in 1942 the last year in which...

1942 – 1945 Jefferson (War) Nickel

In World War Two, congress was rationing many commodities. Nickel was rationed because of the use in armor plating. On October 8th, 1942, Congress ordered the United States Mint to remove nickel from the five-cent pieces.

Investing in Silver Mining Stocks

There are many reasons to own silver. One reason is that owning silver and its big brother -gold-is a safe way to protect wealth...

Personally Storing Silver Coins and Bullion

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

iShares Silver ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) Reviewed

An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a pretty nifty investment vehicle. Much like a mutual fund, an ETF allows many investors to pool investment...

Inflation Is Theft — Hans F. Sennholz

"Few are aware of what the Federal Reserve System, acting on behalf of the U.S. Government, is doing to their money. It is...

Hedging Silver

Hedging is done to mitigate the risks associated with the change in price of an asset. Most of the commercial establishments that deal in...

Global Silver Demand

Global silver demand is dominated by three main sources: Jewelery, silverware, industrial uses, and photographic fabrication. Industrial uses remain the largest demand for silver because...

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