1. Get the Skinny on Silver Investing, by David Morgan — best seller, high reviews.David Morgan has been a private economist for over two decades. His background started in engineering then later with an advanced degree in Economics/Finance gives a unique perspective to the financial markets that pure business majors often miss. He applies the discipline of logic to verify the basics of economic law. Mr. Morgan has been published in The Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, and Futures Magazine to mention a few.
2. Ruff’s Little Book of Big Fortunes in Gold & Silver: A Middle Class License to Print Money, by Howard Ruff — best seller, high reviews. This small book is deliberately designed to teach the investment novice exactly what to do as the bull market unfolds, including why, how and where to buy precious metals and mining stocks – as well as how to avoid costly mistakes. It is also an essential review for dedicated gold bugs to help them in this new and ever-changing market.
3. The ABCs of Gold Investing: How to Protect and Build Your Wealth with Gold, by Michael J. Kosares — best seller.
This book discusses topics beginning investors will find thorough guidelines for making good decisions in this guide to private gold ownership. Emphasis is placed on the asset-preservation qualities of gold at a time when investor uncertainty about the economy and recent investment scandals have led many to seek asset diversification. The economic and political trends driving gold marketing are detailed, as are the reasons why gold plays an important role in millions of investment portfolios worldwide—as both a hedge and an investment for capital gain. Topics examined include understanding gold’s role in combating inflation and deflation, how to select a gold firm, the history of gold since 1971, storing gold, and government debt.
4. The Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit from It: Make a Fortune by Investing in Gold and Other Hard Assets, by James Turk and John Rubino — best seller.
James Turk, a leading gold authority and the founder of GoldMoney.com, and John Rubino, editor of the popular Web site DollarCollapse.com offer strategies for investing in gold coins, gold stocks, gold-based digital currencies, and other hard assets to create a profitable portfolio.
5. Precious Metals Investing For Dummies, by Paul Mladjenovic — best seller.
This book gives readers a clear and thorough introduction to investing in precious metals, including gold, silver, and other precious metals.
It includes information on the different types of metals, how to mix them into a portfolio, the risks and rewards in metal trading, the different ways to purchase and trade metal, and trading plans and strategies. With precious metals performing so well in today’s markets, this guide will be a trusted, valuable resource for novice and experienced traders.
6. Junior Mining Investor: 14 Natural Resource Experts Show You How to Invest Profitably — best seller.
This book brings together the combined wisdom of 14 mining-industry veterans, including David Morgan, Brian Fagan, Jason Hommel, and others, to reveal how they make money speculating, trading and investing in junior mining and exploration stocks. Those topics trade like no other sector and the potential to double or even triple your investment in 2-3 days means you have to be in the right stock at the precise time. Each succinct chapter presents the author’s strategy and offers step-by-step guidance on implementing it for maximum profits.
7. The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures, by Richard Duncan — best seller, high reviews.
“I held a class for about 150 people on the book entitled “The Dollar Crisis,” authored by Richard Duncan. If you want to better understand why the real estate bubble bust and the crash of the dollar will probably lead to a prolonged recession, you may want to read this book sooner rather than later. In a nutshell, we really do not have a real estate bubble… the world is in a currency bubble. In other words, the governments of the world have printed too much ‘funny’ money and cash will soon turn to trash. Even if you are not in real estate or are saving dollars, you may want to read this book to find out what you need to invest in now, before the bubble bursts. If you are in stocks and mutual funds, you definitely want to read this book,” said Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad
8. The Silver Pennies: An Investors Guide to U.S. Silver Stocks by David Bond —high reviews.
The number of American Silver Mining Stocks has shrunk by 100 in the past decade, but three dozen still thrive, in varying stages of exploration, development, and production. Contained herein are their stories. Herein is also silver’s story, its rise as the preeminent strategic metal of our times and its re-emergence as a store of value.
9. Gold: The Once and Future Money, by Nathan Lewis — high reviews. Nathan Lewis’s, a former chief international economist for a research firm, ultimate conclusion is simple but powerful: gold has been adopted as money because it works. The gold standard produced decades and even centuries of stable money and economic abundance. If history is a guide, it will be done again. As described on the inside flap, “Lewis also provides an engaging history of U.S. money and offers a sobering look at recent currency crises around the world, including the Asian monetary crisis of the late 1990s and the devastating currency devaluations in Russia, China, Mexico, and Yugoslavia. And, in doing so, explains why making gold a part of your portfolio has never been more important than it is today.”
10. Commodities Rising: The Reality Behind the Hype, by Jeffery M. Christian — high reviews.
With Commodities Rising, You’ll learn how commodities can be used to reduce risk and increase returns in a balanced investment portfolio. Author and commodities expert Jeffrey Christian debunks much of the misinformation currently circulating about commodities and provides a reasoned reality-check you can use to evaluate the claims and promises of various publications and brokerages in the commodity field. Specific issues addressed throughout this book include: variety of commodity investments such as exchange traded funds, stocks, futures, and options, commodities in the global economy, and investing strategies.