Coins

12 Articles total.
A Case Of Coin Telemarketing Fraud: Here's What I Shoulda Done

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

One day back in 1985, I received an unexpected phone call at my office from a man named Gordon Carl (not his real name – but whose real name I’ll never forget). The thing that initially struck me the most about the polished Mr...

The History Of Gold As Money

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Turning Gold Into Money Gold is one of the most dynamic elements of the modern economy and some might find it funny that the oldest form of valuing physical commodities is still thriving today. The first gold coins were produced in 700 BC and since then the precious metal has been used as the primary exchange element...

The Role Of Gold Bullion Coins In Your Portfolio

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Are Gold Bullion Coins Worth It? Today's world offers investors plenty of avenues for their money. Which ones are worth it and which ones just bring unnecessary risks with very low chances of profit? Many people have turned to buying gold bullion in order to improve their financial situations...

Congress Approves .9999 Fine Gold Coins

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

New .9999 fine (24 karat) 1-oz legal tender $50 gold coins will be added to the U.S. Mint's line of gold bullion coins in 2006 when President Bush signs into law a bill that Congress passed in December...

Gold - How to make a profit by going against the herd

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Humans have been fascinated by gold for thousands of years, by the way it never tarnishes and by its unique color. Sadly, gold is useless in engineering terms, except for plating electrical contacts, to ensure they never tarnish and lose their conductivity...

Investing In Gold Coins And Bullion

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

The first known coins were minted in the mid-seventh century B.C. Coins revolutionized the conduct of commerce. Alexander the Great introduced a regulated and universal coinage throughout his empire. Coins were typically engraved with the likenesses of rulers and deities, providing a historical snapshot...

New U.S. Mint Buffalo Coins' Packaging a Nightmare

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

When the U.S. Mint announced it was adding a .9999 gold bullion coin to its line of gold coins, it looked like a "golden opportunity" for the Mint to capture a big chunk of 24-karat gold coin market. When legislation was passed mandating that the new coin bear James Earle Fraser's designs that graced the legendary Buffalo/Indian Head nickels from 1913 through 1938, the new coin's future looked even brighter...

Why You Must Invest In Gold Today

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Gold. Rare, beautiful, and unique. Treasured as a store of value for thousands of years, it is an important and secure asset. It has maintained its long term value, is not directly affected by the economic policies of individual countries and doesn't depend on a 'promise to pay'...

“Gold, a Hedge Against the Perils of Interesting Times”

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

While paper-based investments and real estate are vulnerable to effects of changing times, gold soars. A precious metals investment may save a portfolio when all else fails. The old Chinese curse, “may you live in interesting times”, has particular relevance to the current epoch of U...



Perth Mint Lunar Series Gold Snakes Sell Out

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

The year 2001 one-ounce Gold Snakes, the sixth coin in The Perth Mint Lunar Series, became the third coin in the Series to reach the 30,000-coin production cap that the Mint set for the one-ounce Lunar Series gold coins...

How To Cash In On The Upcoming Gold Boom (And Make 400% ROI Using This Unknown Tactic)!

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Gold has been a star performer in the portfolios of some of the wealthiest dynasties in the history of the world. Just a few of the prolific people who have used gold to build their incredible wealth include the DuPonts (who now own a massive chemical business), the Rothschilds (once upon a time the richest people in the world), the (JP) Morgans and Egypt’s royal Farouk family...

Understanding California Health Plan Co-Insurance

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

First, what is the official definition of co-insurance? Coinsurance Once you have met your deductible, you pay coinsurance for additional medical care. It is a percentage of the billed charge. For example, your insurance company might pay 80%, and then you would pay 20%...

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