I hope you had a Happy 4th of July, and that you and your family and friends are well, and safe.
This is the 16th issue of the Free Bullion Investment Guide's monthly newsletter.
For those who are unaware, the Free Bullion Investment Guide donates at least half of its monthly earnings to the Angel of Healing Cancer Fund. When the fund collects more than $100, it donates that money to an individual who's battling cancer on GoFundMe.com.
In May, the Free Bullion Investment Guide earned a total of $7.97 of which $4.00 will be donated to the Angel of Healing Cancer Fund.
On July 15th, a breakdown of the Donations, Commissions from Affiliates, and any Advertising Fees that generated the money earned for this donation will be noted on the guide's Ledger/Journal page.
Updates to the Guide
The inflation page I wrote about in last month's newsletter was posted. As mentioned in the last newsletter, it was an old page that was on the guide and I shelved it for lack of clicks, but now it seems to be more relevant to today's market climate, so I reposted it. See the page here.
Johnson Matthey bullion
Also last month, an individual contacted me to let me know that he was using the guide to research some estate work for his grandmother. He told me that he had in his possession a Johnson Matthey gold bullion bar that that had different ID Marks than what was posted on the guide.
After I reviewed the page, the ID Mark was found, but it was posted only under silver bullion, not gold. The page has since been updated, you can see a photo of the cast 10oz. gold bullion bar under the "Johnson Matthey & P.R. Mallory Bullion" section on the Johnson Matthey page: here.
Thanks Again to Geoff. R for providing the image posted on the page.
Last month I had a major computer set-back, my computer broke. For the last twenty years I've always had free help when ever I had computer problems
through a best friend that is a professional computer engineer. He always had answers for fixing my computer in the past, and he would likely this time too, if we were still friends.
However, on many different occasions, he proved to be untrustworthy.
In most of my relationships, people or business, I have zero tolerance for those I cannot trust and remove them from my life, like the former affiliate of this guide, The GoldenState Mint, which I discussed in April and May newsletters.
I didn't have zero tolerance with my friend; however, trust is the main cornerstone of every friendship, and if one party doesn't give respect to the other and tell the truth and, or admit to it, there is no friendship.
So, right now, I am writing you on what I call a 'fraction' of a computer, I intend to get a replacement computer sometime in the next month or so, but for now, all I can do is get on the internet, most of my files are backed up, it's just hard to access them right now.
Perhaps all this happened at a good time for me because I've kind of hit a brick wall on what to do with this guide.
At the very least, I will keep it online as a reference guide for those who need it, but I may be making some changes in the future. What those changes will be, I can't say now, I'm just thinking out loud, but whatever changes happen, those who read this newsletter will be the first to know.
Please be-aware that Supplies are low with many bullion dealers and other retailers below.
Deals & Specials from
The Royal Mint - Bullion Best Sellers
KellyCo Metal Detectors
Until next month, Thank you for your time and for your support.
Take Care & God Bless,
An honest witness does not deceive, but a false witness pours out lies. The mocker seeks wisdom and finds none, but knowledge comes easily to the discerning. - Proverbs 14:5-6