"I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution - taking from the federal government their power of borrowing"
- Thomas Jefferson
The Free Bullion Investment Guide offers you:
Charts of the Latest spot prices of all Precious Metals
Up to Date News about Bullion Coins, Precious Metals Investing and Financial News influencing the Bullion Markets
The basics of understanding physical bullion investing.
A glossary of bullion and market related terms
Information about Junk Silver Coins
Silver Coin Price Calculators for both Junk Silver US Coins and Junk Silver Canadian Coins
Information and Links to Government Mints including Coin Information & Mintage Figures
Information and Links to Online Private Mints and Online Bullion Dealers
Information about physical bullion Refiners and Links to them.
Information and Links about grading bullion and third party graders and the practices that they use to grade bullion
Information about Precious Metal bullion in IRAs
Information and Links to Precious Metals information sites
Introductions to Leading Voices (Gurus) in the Precious Metals & Investment Industry and Links to find them.
Information and Links to Wire Services
Information for Physical Bullion Storage through Bullion Vault Storage Companies and Links to them (ex: GoldMoney / Bullion Vault)
Information and Links about Home Safes and Links to Manufacturers and Suppliers
Information, Tips and Links to buy precious metals at online Bullion Auctions.
The Value of the US Dollar
The chart below is an example of how gold and silver prices have outperformed the value of the US dollar from 2001 thru 2011.
The chart displays what would have happened if someone saved a $1,000 as cash in 2001 or invested the $1,000 in physical gold or silver.
Clearly, investing $1,000 in either gold bullion or silver bullion would have been the better choice to take. The U.S. Dollar has lost more than a quarter of its value in the time period.
A $1,000 invested in gold bullion in 2001, would be worth today over $5,300.
Moreover, a $1,000 investment in silver bullion back in 2001, would be worth over $6,300 today!
While the $1,000 saved in cash in 2001, today would have the purchasing power of less than $800.
Precious metals bullion would have been the clear choice to take in 2001, to invest your money to protect your wealth and savings from the falling dollar.
The Free Bullion Investment Guide is here to help you do your own homework, so you can take charge of your savings and protect your dollars from losing more purchasing power.
This investment guide will help you make your own informed choices in your physical bullion investments.
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