Canada Looney Tunes Coins Keep Collectors In Stitches

Canada Looney Tunes Coins Keep Collectors In Stitches
Canadian Looney Tunes coins are spreading joy among bullion investors and numismatic collectors these days. In 2015, the Royal Canadian Mint began offering a series of coins that honors one of the most world's most beloved cast of animated characters – Looney Tunes. These silver and gold Canadian coins – many of them colorized – come in a variety o...
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New 2016 U.S. Commemorative Coins Honor Iconic Wordsmith & Park Service

New 2016 U.S. Commemorative Coins Honor Iconic Wordsmith & Park Service
What do great American writer Mark Twain and the National Park Service have in common? They are both being honored on 2016 U.S. commemorative coins. The new commemorative coins are expected to be big hits, especially among fans of Mark Twain literature and those who enjoy the great outdoors. 2016 Mark Twain Commemorative Coins Mark Twain, who ...
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US Mint Opens 2018 World War I Silver Dollar Design Competition

US Mint Opens 2018 World War I Silver Dollar Design Competition
The United States Mint recently unveiled a design competition for a 2018 silver dollar honoring the centennial of America's involvement in World War I. The coin design contest  opened February 29, 2016, and invites artists who are U.S. citizens and/or permanent residents who are 18 years of age of older to submit their design proposals for the...
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Silver Prices Riding Roller Coaster for Decades

Silver Prices Riding Roller Coaster for Decades
With silver prices fluctuating greatly up and down over the past few years, it can be hard to remember for some investors, especially those who are relatively new to the market, that we've "been here before" and "done that." Many silver pundits want buyers to believe that now is the time to buy silver, with some claiming that we may never see price...
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Collecting Canadian Small Cents

Collecting Canadian Small Cents
Canadian small cents are great coins to collect because they represent a relatively affordable series yet still offer many challenges for even the most seasoned of coin hobbyists. While Canada introduced its one-cent coin in 1858, the denomination was originally struck as a so-called "large" cent, similar to the half-dollar-size U.S. large cents an...
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Limited Mintage Stardust Silver Terminator Round!

Limited Mintage Stardust Silver Terminator Round!
​ Stardust Silver is a brand-new company that the rare coin and precious metals industry should know about. They have just introduced their first, limited mintage Terminator Silver Round, and the piece is unbelievable. The Terminator movie series has been a fan-favorite since the first movie came out around 31 years ago. Stardust Silver took initia...
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Should You Buy Generic Silver Bullion or Government Issued Coins?

Should You Buy Generic Silver Bullion or Government Issued Coins?
​ Countless different option exist for silver stackers. Some investors are looking for the most silver for their buck, while others wish to buy only government issued silver coins like the American Silver Eagle to ensure the quality and integrity of their investment. Which option is for you? Let's find out! Generic Silver Bullion Silver bullion com...
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Tips On Building An Eisenhower Dollar Set

Tips On Building An Eisenhower Dollar Set
Eisenhower dollar sets are popular among coin collectors who prize the last of the regularly circulating large-size dollar coins. Minted from 1971 through 1978, Eisenhower dollars measure 38.1 millimeters in diameter and are as wide as Morgan or Peace silver dollars. Relatively large, heavy coins, Eisenhower dollars didn't circulate well at a time ...
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What Could the Current Gold to Silver Ratio Mean for Silver Bullion Investors?

What Could the Current Gold to Silver Ratio Mean for Silver Bullion Investors?
​ What is the gold to silver ratio? It is the ratio between the price of gold and silver achieved by dividing the price of gold by the price of silver. This ratio is often used as an indicator for determining the better metal to invest in. Let's take a look at the current numbers. Gold is at approximately $1,194.80, and the price of silver is at $1...
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Silver Wartime Nickels: Cheap, Popular Silver Coins From the 1940s

Silver Wartime Nickels: Cheap, Popular Silver Coins From the 1940s
Silver Wartime nickels are popular coins among collectors who appreciate history and enjoy 20th-century United States coinage. The 35 percent silver five-cent coins are colloquially referred to as "Wartime nickels," though they contain no nickel at all. Nickel, which was temporarily removed from the five-cent coin during the period 1942 through 194...
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What is Causing the Increase in Gold Bullion Demand?

What is Causing the Increase in Gold Bullion Demand?
Gold bullion has long been an investment that people use to hedge against inflation. Investors pile up on the metal in the case that paper money devalues to maintain their financial position. This is a very viable and respected standpoint, but some people feel that gold can also do well in a deflationary market. BMO Capital Markets' Jessica Fung be...
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The Problem Today...

The Problem Today...
is that after 85 years of Keynesian Economics introduced by FDR & his crony stooges (Harry Hopkins: "We will spend and spend, tax and tax, elect and elect.") the system is now so severely distorted it functions about as well as an old crack ho. The wild moves lately in oil & stawks are signals that the end is getting closer. America once ha...
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Gold and Silver Bullion Prove Themselves in 2016

Gold and Silver Bullion Prove Themselves in 2016
​ Gold bullion is becoming a safe-haven investment for irate investors. The current performance of the stock market is causing investors to flock to other investments, one being gold. For the past few years, the price of gold has fell to as low as $1,050.72 from its all-time high of over $1,900 in 2011. After years of grief for precious metal ...
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Why I Love Collecting Quarters

Why I Love Collecting Quarters
Many coin hobbyists are collecting quarters, and it's no surprise – the quarter dollar is truly the workhorse of circulation. The first United States quarters were made in 1796 and have been struck ever since with very few interruptions in production. While coins like the one-cent piece, nickel, and dime play relatively smaller roles in day-to-day ...
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Should You Invest In Silver Bullion?

Should You Invest In Silver Bullion?
Silver bullion is a great way to invest in the precious metals without paying the astronomical prices that come with a gold investment. An ounce of silver costs just over $14 without premiums, while an ounce of gold costs around $1,100 without premiums. For those who are new to the world of gold and silver bullion, a premium is the small price you ...
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Streber Released from Prison

Streber Released from Prison
​Hi gang, I was just released after several weeks in solitary where I did a lot of deep thinking and here's what I came up with: The great Keynesian experiment is ending. The FED and all Western Central Banks are out of tricks . T he EU experiment, always doomed , will soon collapse. China is a  basket case . Gold has been putting in...
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A Guide to Canadian Maple Leaf Bullion Coins

A Guide to Canadian Maple Leaf Bullion Coins
​ Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coins have been popular on the international metals market since 1979, when the first Canadian gold bullion coins were released for sale. At that time, the only other major gold bullion coin on the market was the South Africa Krugerrand, though it was not widely available as many nations boycotted goods from the Africa...
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Bullion Shark Offers Stunning, Privately Minted Bullion Products

Bullion Shark Offers Stunning, Privately Minted Bullion Products
​Bullion Shark offers its customers a full line of Bullion Shark silver bullion products. This line includes a 1oz silver round, 10oz silver bar and a 500oz "Great White Box." These products are unique in that they are IRA eligible, unlike many other privately minted products. This means that these silver bullion items can be purchased with IRA fun...
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Market Selloff: Possible QE4 and its effect on Gold and Silver

Market Selloff: Possible QE4 and its effect on Gold and Silver
Market Selloff and Precious Metals Technicals There was nothing but a sea of red yesterday on Wall Street. At one time during the trading session, the Dow fell around 550 points. The S&P 500 followed suit approaching a key psychological level of 1,800, only later to recover during a mid-afternoon rally to close down 22 points at 1,859.33. WTI O...
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Is It Wise To Invest In Rare Coins?

Is It Wise To Invest In Rare Coins?
Rare coin investing: no three words in numismatics make me shudder more than these when they are laced together. Countless people enter the world of coin collecting not because they enjoy the art and history behind coins, but because they want to earn a fast buck. It's not entirely the fault of these would-be investors that they believe earning mon...
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