5
Sep

Is Marc Faber’s Fear of Gold Confiscation Unwarranted?

  Marc Faber, author of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, came out today on King World News and repeated his mantra about how our government may some day confiscate gold. I like Marc Faber and have quoted him on my site a few times. However, when it comes to his comments about potential confiscation and what the government may …

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5
Oct

Monopoly Game Banking Versus Gold Insurance – Who Will Win?

The Monopoly game has been around since 1934. Ironically, the game of Monopoly came out at a time when the year before multiple banks had already failed and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had declared a nationwide bank holiday to keep people from withdrawing their cash from the banks and hoarding it. How convenient was it then for the banking elite …

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30
Sep

Gold and Silver Confiscation Nonsense Revisited

I read an article recently from a well respected gold analyst Doug Casey where he made the following statement about the potential confiscation of gold; “The Saint-Gaudens is a collectible – and that can be very important, if and when the government starts confiscating bullion. That’s because such historic artifacts are not considered the same way modern bullion coins are …

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22
Dec

4 Ways Gold Dealers Rip You Off

While there is good reason to be worried about the state of the economy, there is even greater reason to be worried about who you buy your gold from and what kind of gold you should buy.

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23
Sep

Gold Confiscation Nonsense; How Some Gold Dealers Rip You Off

Over and over you’ll hear gold dealers tout that you need to buy rare or numismatic coins to avoid government confiscation. What they are really saying, is “buy our more expensive coins so we can make more money.”

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21
Sep

Glenn Beck vs. Rep. Anthony Weiner, Who’s Right? An Insider’s View Into the Gold Dealer Industry

In answering the question, who is right, Glenn Beck or Anthony Weiner, in a sense they are both wrong. Glenn Beck is wrong about supporting a company that pushes bullion coins at higher prices than what could be had elsewhere. Anthony Weiner is wrong in wanting to regulate an industry that only needs an informed citizenry to weed out the bad companies.

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