It haunts me when I hear mainstream Americans say they can’t afford gold. Our readers already know a life without physical gold/silver is a life of financial insecurity and one only needs to look at their dying dollars as proof. Let’s look at this realistically, for $175 anyone can immediately begin to take control of inflation and dependency with what many falsely believe as a rich man’s investment. Today we spread the word that American gold is priced so every American can afford to play. American Eagle 1/10 oz gold coins for $175 each is the beginning of your road to financial freedom. Today we look at gold everyone can afford.
Yesterday while digging around in my garage I realized how much worthless stuff most of us have collected worth a fraction what we paid for it. I bet 90% or more of The Prospector Site readers can afford a few coins mentioned above, and free up clutter, by selling off unused personal treasures. Soon we will feature a young man who got his precious metal start doing just that, not to mention won a 1/2 ounce silver round for sending us his story. Now let me be clear we don’t sell gold or silver on this site. We provide unbiased information and then provide solid sources if precious metal is your choice (see the Gold Shark attachment below).
AMERICAN GOLD EAGLE:
The American Gold Eagle is one of my favorite bullion coins of all gold offerings available today. With just over 91% gold the rest of the coin consists of 3% silver and 5% copper. But the sad fact is all this value is worthless if not in your possession. So many repeat misinformation how gold bullion, coins, are only for the wealthy but this is the furthest from the truth. Sure it is true many governments and reserve banks have invested in gold but this doesn’t mean regular Joes can’t do the same but on a smaller scale. You may have noticed by now that silver is more volatile than gold making gold a perfect choice for those not so daring. Call your broker today or better yet visit Gold Shark to see who is most competitive on physical gold.
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CNBC: Jobs Picture Remains Ugly as Weekly Claims Still High
The continued elevation of claims could raise concerns that the economic soft patch in the first half of the year could linger. The economy has been slammed by bad weather, high gasoline prices and supply chain disruptions after the March earthquake in Japan. Read it here.
PROSPECTOR: The media continues to be “surprised” by stubborn unemployment making excuses like weather, earthquakes, and something about supply chain? The fact is debt has tightened around the neck of America and Europe and the only relief in unemployment will be when citizens take back local commerce ( buy local) and control debt.
BLOOMBERG: Silver-Coin Sales Booming at Perth Mint on Demand for Haven
Immediate-delivery silver, which rallied to $49.79 an ounce on April 25, was at $36.33 at 4:40 p.m. in Perth, 42.6 times cheaper than gold. Over the past year, silver has beaten all the commodities on the Standard & Poor’s GSCI index apart from top- ranked corn. Spot gold, rallying for an 11th straight year, has gained 25 percent. Read it here.
BC LOCAL NEWS: $20,000 reward offered for return of stolen silver
“The guy with the gun, the leader of the two, he was very skilled,” he added, and quickly opened the safe that usually took 10-20 minutes to open.
The victim said he kept the bullion at home because, unlike gold, silver takes up a lot of space and no bank safety deposit boxes were big enough to hold it. He has since learned a bank in Toronto would have rented space in its vault. Read more here.
PROSPECTOR: We have followed this interesting story for some time and it just keeps getting better. It seems the victim was taken off guard by the two thieves dressed liked uniformed officers. Once again, the thieves caused a distraction ( impersonators acted like they were responding to a domestic call). Discretion is the first word, home protection is the second.