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  • The Resurgence of Silver's Monetary Role

    Although nothing is a sure bet, silver's fundamentals make a compelling case as it continues to be undervalued despite increasing demand and diminishing supplies. The largest silver hoards are effectively depleted to make billions of industrial and consumer electronic products.

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  • Currency Names That Still Point to Silver Money

    Unbeknownst to many, silver has been used more times as money in history than gold. It was only towards the end of the 19th century that silver was systematically de-monetised from the monetary system by the United States and Great Britain.

    In this article, we show you how the names of major existing currencies today were derived from their silver roots. Their link to their silver past reminds us all that silver is money and money should be a store of value cherished for its scarcity.

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  • The Precious Metal Verifier (PMV)

    Find out how this revolutionary precious metals authenticating tool makes it easy to detect counterfeit precious metals coins and bars!

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  • The Advent of Powerful Personal Testing Tools

    New Precious Metal Testing tools make it easy and much more affordable to reliably test for advanced bullion counterfeits.

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  • The Gold to Silver Ratio Rule, Buy Low, Sell High

    A simple strategy of buying gold for silver at the 45 ratio and swapping silver for gold at 80 would have resulted in a 100 ounces of gold to become 562 ounces in 30 years.

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  • Why Bullion Secured Peer to Peer Lending is Safer than Bank Credit

    Secured Peer to Peer (P2P) Lending,  the people who designed it,  and how parcelized bullion collateral is ideal to virtually eliminate the possibility of defaults and benefit both lenders and borrowers. 

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  • Protect your Wealth from Escheatings, Nationalizations and Confiscations

    We focus on why bullion nationalization happened in the past, why we might see a repeat during a systemic crisis and, most importantly, how you can reliably protect yourself.

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  • Why the Feasibility of a Sustained Fed Rate Hike is Doubtful

    Despite the U.S Federal Reserve (Fed) disappointing market analysts by not increasing its benchmark interest rates at its September 2015 meeting, rate hike expectations are rife again as we go into the final week towards the last Fed meeting of the year on December 15.

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  • Inflation, and Why You Should Care About It

    When I speak to friends or family members about inflation, they seem to think of it as something that naturally happens. They shrug it off, recalling their first class during Economics 101 and they accept it as if it should surely happen like how the sun rises, or how we have to file our tax returns. Is that really the case, do we accept it as fact of life, one that has been happening since man started transacting with money instead of bartering?

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  • Why Europe is setting itself up for the next sub-prime crisis

    "No one wants to lend to a country when that country would use the loan to pay the interest on previous loans - that's throwing good money after bad."

    This comment made by a BBC business analyst in November 2011 made a lot of sense – investment-wise. Why would anyone lend to someone who is drowning in debt and is struggling to pay off the interest on previous loans?

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