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APM Gold Presentation – What You N...

How much dirt does it take to produce one ounce of gold? What is the most liquid form of gold bullion? For these and other interesting facts about gold, watch the following APM Gold Presentation. When it comes to purchasing gold the best advice is – Keep it Simple and Only Purchase from Someone You Trust. APM Gold Presentation Thanks for watching. Feel free to share – Ron...

Learn About Gold

As a wise man once said – “If you always do what you’ve always done you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten” and as the Buddhist saying goes – “When the student is ready, the teacher appears”, so it is that the following four part series is offered for those desiring to take an intellectual interest in physical gold bullion. An...

Competing Currencies and the Price of Go...

Competing Currencies and the Price of Gold
  Dependent upon the influence of the Ron Paul wing of the Republican Party, here is something to look for over the next three – to twelve months that if it happens could spark a significant rally in the price of gold – legislation allowing for competing currencies. That is – legislation to allow other forms of currency to compete with the paper US Dollar Federal...

Liquidity and Fractional Ounce Gold Coin...

Liquidity and Fractional Ounce Gold Coins
Fractional Ounce Gold Coins – No one can predict with absolute certainty the future price of gold, however measuring the value of gold in units of the diminishing value of paper dollars strongly suggests that gold will rise in price. Also, given that at most only about 2% of the public owns physical gold bullion, a doubling of demand to just 4% of the public would send the price...

Retirement Savings Solution to the 7% Di...

Retirement Savings Solution to the 7% Dilution
Retirement Savings – The average annual rate of inflation in the decade of the 1970s was 7%. A repeat of this annual rate of inflation over the next five years means if you retire today with retirement savings of $500,000 your $500,000 would have the purchasing power of $356,493 in five years. In ten years your retirement savings of $500,000 would have the purchasing power of...

Five Reasons to Own Gold Bullion

Five Reasons to Own Gold Bullion
Gold Bullion refers to gold coins and bars whose value arises from the weight and purity of the gold used to produce them. Gold bullion is the purest and simplest way of owning and investing in physical gold. The American Gold Eagle and Canadian Gold Maple Leaf are examples of gold bullion coins. Here are five reasons to own gold bullion. 1. The US Dollar loses purchasing power every...

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