How the Gold Rush Shaped America

Gold has long been thought of as the most valuable metal. Even today, it’s synonymous with wealth and success for good reason. In the mid-19th century, the California Gold Rush played an important part in shaping both the state and the economy of America as a whole. The discovery of gold in the U.S. is…

The Coin That Saved a Church

Many people only dream that their beloved coin collection could really bring home the bacon one day, especially the lucky owners of rare coins. There are dozens of coins that can fetch a high price at resale simply due to their age or rarity, but, when you have both age and rarity, you have something…

Interest Rate Raised by Fed

The Fed raised rates yesterday, as I predicted back in December. The market dismissed it at the time, and only just caught on within the past couple of weeks.

Death of the Dollar: A New World Money

Since the creation of the international monetary system, the divide over financial and monetary policy has always been present. With the evolutionary rise in power of a new world money, everything has changed.

What Happened To The American Dollar?

In 1900, shoppers could buy a 5-pound bag of flour for 12 cents. Round steak was 13 cents a pound, and bacon was a penny more. Eggs were 21 cents per dozen, milk sold for 14 cents per half gallon and butter cost 26 cents per pound.

Your Guide to Buying American Silver Eagle Coins

Arguably the most popular silver bullion coin in the world, Silver American Eagle’s from the United States Mint have been a staple of almost every precious metals portfolio since their inception in 1986. Readily available, and backed by the United States Government …

Silver American Eagles Rationing Ended

We are pleased to announce after 28 weeks of allocation in 2016, effective Monday, July 18, 2016, we have lifted allocation of American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins. Authorized Purchasers may purchase as many American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins they desire.

Gold Prices are Steady to Slightly Lower

Gold prices are steady to slightly lower in early U.S. trading Monday. Risk appetite in the world marketplace is on the upswing to start the trading week. Global stock markets were higher overnight, led by Japan’s Nikkei, which rallied by 4%…

Ronald and Nancy Reagan Presidential/First Spouse Coins

July is normally quiet numismatically with fewer United States Mint product releases as coin collectors focus more on enjoying the summer than on their hobby. This July looks to be about the same, except for some series-ending coin launches…