"In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation" - Alan Greenspan
As previously reported, the final pretrial conference in my nine year running civil rights lawsuit against several Tohono O'odham police officers for conducting an illegal checkpoint operation in December of 2002 was held on March 19, 2012.
The Yukon Gold Rush ended more than 100 years ago, but that doesn't mean there's no gold to be had.
All that glitters is gold under a new thermochemical process developed by Colombian engineers for color-tinting the precious metal to make it look like sapphires, rubies or emeralds.
Blah Blah Blah.... Out in the open or like so many times before... the 'printing' will continue around the world. (U.S. Dollar R.I.P.)
The Jiangsu Xin Chang Jiang Group, one of the top 20 private enterprises in China, distributed 300 kilograms of gold and 300 kilograms of silver last Saturday to the nearly 3,000 residents of Changjiang Village. The village also gave each househol
LOVEolutionary "Alma" reports for FreedomsPhoenix on how to use Silver in coming financial crisis. We also get a bit of history from APM owner Jerry Williams about the use and history of US coins pre-1964 are 90% silver ($50 worth of dimes = $????)
Technically the coins are supposed to be called Liberty dimes and the winged Liberty cap worn by Miss Liberty is supposed to symbolize freedom. But the design looks so much like the winged helmet worn by the Greek god Mercury...
Knowledge and tools of chemistry are improving all the time. Nanotech might cause some breakthrough, and biotech has some potential for making great leaps forward in environmentally friendly resource extraction.
Why should U.S. citizens or residents consider storing precious metals overseas?
The ride continues,....
Two military planes carrying 17 tons of silver coins recovered from a Spanish ship sunk in 1804 have taken off from Florida. The treasure is being flown back to Spain after a nearly five-year legal struggle with the U.S.-based explorers who found and
Was this because of Greece, something said in last night's debate, or just common sense?
Price jumped over $1 just today.
Unfortunately you have to buy a lot, and you can't get anything but the Roosevelt dimes and Washington Quarters in your 'Face Value' order but for just stocking up this is a very good site
There remains no real resolution to the sovereign debt issues in many European countries. We’re certainly not spending less money in the US, and now we’re bailing out Europe via currency swaps with the European Central Bank. Shouldn’t gold be rising?
At least 25 people were killed in the southern Philippines on Thursday when a landslide buried gold prospectors who had refused to leave an area declared too dangerous for habitation.
So funny you would swear it must be a prank. Girl needs to let her hair go back to blonde.
"...weaker prices for next week, as worries about Europe will dominate headlines and that could weigh on prices as traders return to the dollar as a safe haven."
The euro zone maelstrom refuses to end. Thanks to the debt crisis, some Greek officials are contemplating dumping the common currency for the drachma. Meanwhile, Italy and Spain teeter.
Great Britain has recently been hit by a wave of metal thieves who appear to spare nothing in their path. Manhole covers, lead from church roofs, electric cables, even memorial statues and plaques with the names of war dead are vanishing
“It is so tight, the silver market is so tight that we’ve been waiting three weeks plus, before this takedown, for deliveries of size to arrive. I’m talking about tonnage orders.
"Just like Wall Street got a hold of your friendly neighborhood home through the sale of CDO’s and the juicing of the credit bubble, they can and are getting a hold of commodities and precious metals."
With concerns about liquidity and solvency in the European banking system, there is lending and possibly even selling of gold by banks to raise much needed cash. This may be creating short term weakness in gold bit is bullish for gold in the long ter
Gold was set for its biggest one-day fall in three months on Monday, under pressure from a robust dollar, which in turn choked off demand from consumers in key regions such as India. Last week's summit of European Union leaders yielded a historic
12/08/11 Silver is an amazing metal…which is why it’s likely to soar over the coming years… You see, silver has more than 10,000 uses. It’s one of the world’s best conductors of heat and electricity.
Mike Maloney On Gold, Silver & Economics (Video) (Publisher: I watched the whole 90 minutes and it went by very quickly... great info)
I think we'll be checking Gold in the morning... Silver too,... Again!
These central banks, including China and Russia, hold huge U.S. dollar and other fx reserves. Even a small shift to gold will have a major effect on its price.