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The best way to profit from the present bull market in gold and silver is to swap back and forth from silver to gold with the rise and fall in the gold/silver ratio.
Three freedoms must be restored: Monetary Freedom, Economic Freedom, and Food Freedom. Without restoring all, we won’t restore any.
Simple, practical steps that you can take personally—today.
It came to pass that five men, strangers all, took ship for a distant land. And whilst the ship was in the way, a fierce storm overtook it, and it sank, and all aboard drowned, save the five passengers, who swam to a desert island...
Fiat money gradually poisons any economy it invades. The corruption of money always begins the complete corruption of a nation. It always works this way. History doesn’t show any exceptions.
Seigniorage is what you pay for using somebody else’s money. Aren’t you glad we don’t have to wear out our pockets carrying around gold and silver coin? Too expensive to use that stuff!
If you own numismatic (collector’s) coins and they have not yet been grade-certified and authenticated by a grading service, you probably ought to have them certified now.
Dealers keep convincing people to buy the more expensive US $20 gold pieces on the basis that they are "numismatic" coins. What difference does that make?
"Elegant simplicity" was the rule the Roman poet Horace laid down for the uttermost refinement of taste.
There come times when doing anything is worse than doing nothing.
Sooner or later everything comes back to physicals. A wife’s kiss always beats a wife’s letter.
And since I don’t know these things, I just have to reason my way through it, take what seems to be the best course, and wait to see how it unfolds.
Gold bears like to compare the present gold market to silver after 1873. Nice try, but circumstances are too different for an analogy.
"For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil."
There is a season and a time for everything, even a time for selling gold and silver.
The cure for our monetary woes is not a gold standard, but a return to a sound, self-correcting bimetallic gold and silver standard.
If you want to invest in gold, then invest in gold, not quasi-rare coins with inflated prices pumped up by companies with boiler-rooms full of telephone salesmen.