Monday, December 12, 2011 believes the suppression has become a gift believes the suppression has become a gift for the average person to finally strike back at the heart of the machine that has benefited from the fiat currency system.

Monday, November 7, 2011

world's largest gold bullion coin

The Perth Mint, Australia's historic precious metals Mint, has achieved a record-breaking triumph with the successful casting of the world's largest gold bullion coin, inspired by the popular Australian kangaroo gold coin series.

Made from one tonne of 99.99% pure gold, the giant coin is a magnificent Australian icon symbolising one of the Mint's most extraordinary accomplishments in its 112 year history.

It measures nearly 80 centimetres wide and over 12 centimetres thick. It has Australian legal tender status. And at one tonne (1,000kg), it's the biggest, heaviest, inherently most valuable gold bullion coin in the world.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Solid Silver 999 Audi A8 Car

Sheikh Zayad Bin Sultan Al Nayhan's Silver Car
When you are a Saudi Sheik or a CARDIOLOGIST - It really doesn't matter; when you can have your automobile custom made from .999 Pure Silver... 
The weight was almost tripled and it required special tires to support the load as well as all of the "Shock Absorber System". 
It is an Audi A8, made from solid silver...that's right, SOLID SILVER!!!!  Not silver Paint just Silver metal.

Silver better than Gold ?

Both gold and silver have made big moves higher so far this year, but silver’s gains of more than 30% year to date are more impressive than gold’s 25% climb and, likely, will continue to be.

“Own gold and silver as soon as you can,” Alex Cowie, editor of Diggers and Drillers, said in a recent report for Daily Reckoning Australia. But “I would choose silver over gold.”


According to Cowie, the Commitment of Traders report “says buy silver.” The fewer open positions on silver there are, the more bullish the set up because there are “loads of potential buyers out there who haven’t entered the market,” he explained.

The gold-to-silver ratio also favors silver, he said. Gold is roughly 15 times more rare than silver in nature and right now, you need about 44 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. That ratio is heading back to where it belongs and could close in on its long-term mean of 15. At the same time, there’s no more silver to spare and investment demand for the white metal is soaring, said Cowie.

“There isn’t even enough silver bullion in the world to supply one ounce per Chinese citizen,” he said. “It doesn’t take much imagination to see where this is heading.”

At last check, gold futures GC1Z were trading around $5 lower, while silver SI1U was down 25 cents.
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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Debt Collapse - $20,000 Gold - Mike Maloney (FULL PRESENTATION)

Debt Collapse - $20,000 Gold - Mike Maloney
This is probably one of the best videos on understanding debt, It may be long but everyone should watch it and have a better understanding whats happening in world economics and why Gold and silver is a must to own and property and stocks have further to fall.
I will watch this a 2nd time its so informative.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

San Francisco Mint, 2011 minted Silver American Eagles.

You already know about the profit opportunity in Silver, but here is a Profit Plus opportunity for your next Silver purchase:

For a limited time, you can now acquire Silver American Eagles that have the additional Profit Plus potential of first strike or early release designation, which has historically added value to collectible coins.

In addition, this Profit Plus opportunity also includes the APMEX guarantee that these Silver American Eagles were struck at the San Francisco Mint, which has not produced Silver Eagles in almost 10 years. In similar situations over time, a first year of issue or similar type coin from a producing mint has also historically added collectible value.

Here’s How It Works:

First strike or early release designated coins are distributed within the first 30 days of the official issue date and may be certified by an independent authority. Since these coins are the first to be produced at the San Francisco Mint with new dies, the detail in the coins is considered by many collectors to be superior, since the continuous usage of the dies produces less detail over time. As a result, first strike coins are considered more valuable, and typically carry higher premiums, since many collectors desire the highest quality and best possible detail on their coins.

Profit Plus Opportunity:

You can now acquire San Francisco minted Silver American Eagles from APMEX, in the original issue 500-coin “Monster Boxes” that APMEX guarantees to be eligible for the first strike or early release designations.*

If you are not in the market to purchase an entire Monster Box of San Francisco minted Silver American Eagles, APMEX has you covered with PCGS First Strike Sealed tubes of 20 coins which are sealed and guaranteed as well.

How To Take Advantage:

Take advantage of the limited quantities of these first strike early release San Francisco minted Silver Eagles right now, before it’s too late. Because these issues are time sensitive, APMEX cannot buy any more of these eligible Silver Eagles from the U.S. Mint and they have already sold thousands of these coins; will you be the next to potentially profit from this once in a lifetime opportunity?

Buy Your Monster Box of San Francisco Minted Silver Eagles Now

Buy Your Tubes of 20 San Francisco Minted Silver Eagles Now

*The first strike designations of Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), a subsidiary of a NASDAQ traded company and a leading authentication service, are provided by PCGS for a fee on single coins along with a quality analysis. While these services and designations are available today, there is no assurance that PCGS will continue these designations in the future or that markets in the future will respond with values in a manner similar to historical patterns.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Silver sales hit a record in US, China and India .

Silver sales hit a record in US, China and India .

Silver coins sales by the U.S. Mint are reported to be at their highest ever from U.S. silver May sales were even 30% higher than April's 2.819 million ounces, which in itself was the best ever April on record.
This brings the total sale of American Eagle silver coins to 18.9 million ounces so far this year.
The unprecedented high demand for silver will continue .
China's net imports of silver hit a record high of 400% in 2010 to 3,500 tonnes . India consumed about 2,800 tonnes of silver in 2010

APMEX have a great supply of Silver coins and bullion!
1 oz Sunshine Minting Silver Round .999 Fine

Are We Running Out of Silver?

There are numerous factors that influence the direction of silver prices, but there are two key trends regarding supply and demand that are critical to understand.
The first is industrial use. Demand from a number of industries that use silver has been flat or falling. Household demand for silver like cutlery, flatware, and candlesticks hasn’t risen in ten years. Jewelry fabrication is up but a blip. With the shift to digital photography and image storing, use in photographic film processing continues to fall. And yet, total demand from industrial users keeps climbing.
Read more: Are We Running Out of Silver?
So what’s driving industrial demand?

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Gold and Silver 20 year chart

This chart makes a good job of showing the destruction of the dollar and the rise of Silver and Gold over 20 years!

Utah makes gold and silver legal currency

It has already become a reality in one state as Utah legislators became the first in the country this month to legalise gold and silver coins as currency.
The law will also exempt the sale of the coins from state capital gains taxes.

Silver compared from 1980

In nominal dollar terms, silver’s recent rally looks parabolic and unsustainable. But when compared to other assets over the last thirty years, silver has been in a very long bear market and has done relatively nothing compared to any other assets.
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Monday, May 16, 2011

Brand new Fractional Silver Rounds!

APMEX recently announced a brand new line of premium fractional silver rounds! These conveniently sized 1/2, 1/4 and 1/10 oz. APMEX Silver rounds are available for immediate shipment. Buy yours now while supplies last and silver prices are low.

Each of these beautifully designed .999 fine Silver rounds features an iconic coin design from 20th Century America. The 1/10 oz. round is a replica of Adolph Weinman’s famous Winged Liberty Dime, also commonly referred to as the Mercury Dime that was minted from 1916 to 1945. The 1/4 oz. round is a replica of Hermon MacNeil’s Standing Liberty Quarter that was issued from 1916 to 1930. The 1/2 oz. round is the most recognizable design of all, featuring Weinman’s famous design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, minted from 1916 to 1947. All three of these designs are faithful reproductions of the original, classic US Mint engravings.

Fractional sized .999 fine Silver rounds are an affordable and convenient way to invest in Silver bullion, while remaining true to the rich heritage and classic depictions of Lady Liberty found on U.S. coinage in the early 20th Century.

Get Your Hands On These Fractional Silver Rounds Today!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

'Crash JP Morgan' Buy Silver

Silver and Tomahawk missiles

Almost half of the cost ($269 million) has come from the 191 Tomahawk missiles that have been launched into Libya. I think it is extremely interesting to know that each Tomahawk has more than a monster box (500 oz.) of silver inside of each missile. Pure silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals. When there is a $1.5 million dollar missile is being produced to secure more oil for the Empire, the Elite will use only the best materials to ensure the best performing results.
So far the US has thrown 3 tons of silver at Libya just with the Tomahawk missiles. That silver is gone forever as it is blown to a million pieces. (Never mind the poor bastards at the at the other end of missile’s target.) If we added the 191 Tomahawks from this “Kinetic Military Action” to the 288 from Gulf War 1, the 325 used in Sebia and Iraq in 98, and the 725 launched in Gulf War 2 that is just over 800,000 ounces of silver or 25 tons of silver gone forever.
Read rest of Article from dont tread on me 

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

US Dollar versus Gold

I’m sure you’ve seen the recent news about oil prices going up while the value of the dollar goes down. Well, the US Dollar and gold are very closely related; if the dollar decreases, gold values increase. The chart below demonstrates this point.

The best Place to purchase Gold and Silver is American Precious Metals Exchange.

Monday, March 28, 2011

How to tore Silver by David Morgan

Expect bullish silver industrial demand through 2015

A report released today by the Silver Institute forecasts a healthy
outlook for global silver industrial demand, the largest component of
annual silver fabrication demand. The report states that industrial uses
of silver should rise sharply over the next five years to 666 million
troy ounces (Moz) by 2015, representing 60 percent of total fabrication
demand that year – a 36 percent increase over 2010’s figure of 487 Moz.

The report, The Future of Silver Industrial Demand, was produced
by the leading precious metals consultancy, GFMS Ltd, on behalf of the
Silver Institute. The report assesses the future prospect of total
silver industrial demand over the next five years, and where sector
growth opportunities are likely to emerge. The report underscores
silver’s unique characteristics that make it the metal of choice for a
wide range of established industrial uses, particularly in electronics
and thermal applications.

The report also focuses on many new uses that rely on silver’s
antibacterial qualities, where the incorporation of silver makes the
difference between an ordinary product and a unique one. Noteworthy in
the report is the potential market impact of 11 recent applications that
incorporate silver. These uses which range from food packaging to radio
frequency identification tags to autocatalysts, taken together could
exceed 40 Moz of industrial demand by 2015.

Key findings from the report:

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