Saturday, September 18, 2021
Investing in Gold

Investing in Gold

5 Tricks Bullion Dealers Use to Make You Buy

Now is the time to buy gold and silver. One way you can tell this is all of the “We Buy Gold” signs in...

2012: Year of the Golden Dragon

Americans love to hate China. We complain about our stores being full of Chinese goods, all the while buying those goods because they provide...

Gold Rush 2012: Gloom and Glory

Goldman Sachs is like the fourth branch of government. Indeed, with the revolving door between the Treasury department and Wall Street, one can hardly...
Gold Mutual Funds Guide

Gold Mutual Funds: Alternatives to Holding Gold

There is no perfect substitute for holding real, physical gold bullion. However, for some investors, Krugerrands and gold bars just aren’t viable options. After...

Gold Mining: How Do We Get Gold Out of the Ground

The precious metal of gold has fascinated humans for thousands of years. But how do we actually get it out of the ground? Let’s...

The Case for Gold Book Review

The Case for Gold is a tremendous book. Ron Paul’s case is so cohesive and so powerful that it is impossible to refute. Unfortunately, because the book is a combination of history and economics, most people will eschew it. Which is a shame. It should be mandatory reading for all members of Congress and all college students.

How to Buy Physical Gold and Why Not to Invest in...

Gold: the ultimate store of wealth that has been used since time immemorial. A hedge or in troubled times, a 'safe haven' in the...
Gold investing

Gold Investing: A beginners Guide to the Gold Market

The first part of gold investing will be understanding the price of gold and what effects the price of gold. The price of gold is...

Gold, Peace, and Prosperity: The Birth of a New Currency

Gold, Peace, and Prosperity is a wonderful book, full of wonderful truths. It deserves to be read and considered. Paul’s persuasive arguments should dent the armor of even the most ardent Keynesians. Still, power and control – the twin motivators for inflation – are powerful opponents. It will be interesting to see what happens.

Gold: The Once and Future of Money

Gold is an important book. It has much to offer. It is well-written and easy to read. Its only flaw might be the author’s optimism. One doubts that a return to a gold standard – as desirable as it may be – is as inevitable as set forth in the book.