Selling silver is not that straight forward as it seems. You have the white metal in your hands be it a coins, bars, sterling, or just some scrap silver, but how do you get the best price possible? And what’s the fastest way to get the cash in your hands without getting scammed?
These are just a few questions we hope to answer in the post below. We all stack silver for various reasons. I’d like to think most of you though see silver as an insurance against all the crazy FIAT being printed around the world and to protect yourself against the coming crash.
Have you ever held an 1850 Seated Liberty Dollar in your hand? The beauty of the artwork, the rarity of the coin, the weight of the silver and the age and history it represents. There is nothing like it, I was hooked.
Coin collecting has been around ever since coins were first made thousands of years ago. In the following post, I hope to cover every aspect and answer how to start a coin collection. I’ll offer ideas on what to collect, where you can buy coins, and how to store them, as well as everything in between. If you would like to jump around here is a list of contents: Continue reading →
For silver stackers, there’s nothing like hand poured silver bars to marvel at. A freshly poured bar or ingot with a nice hand stamp will really stand out from all your plain old bullion coins.
If you don’t own any hand poured silver ingots, it’s one of those pieces that you can put on your desk to remind you the value of silver! Plus, they make great conversation starters as everyone who sees it will ask, “Where did you get that?!”
So I scoured the web and found 17 unique designs of hand poured silver bars, ingots, bullion, loafs, and a few other interesting objects. Enjoy!
The history of silver as money goes back many thousands and thousands of years. Silver coinage first appeared around 600 BC in current day Turkey, and from there it has been used in every major empire, from the Greeks & Romans to the Spanish and current day United States.
I’d like to take a look at the history of US silver coins that have been used as money since our nation begun. It’s amazing how few people even realize that for the first ~ 175 years of the US, silver was used in everyday coins and circulated throughout the economy as common money up until the year 1964, when they stopped making silver coins.
For someone looking to make your first purchase, buying silver is not as simple & straight-forward as it appears. There are several questions you need ask yourself before you take the plunge:
Why should I buy silver?
What kind of silver should I buy?
How do I buy silver?
Where is the best place to buy silver?
Investing in silver in today’s economy is one of the most prudent action-steps you can take to preserve your wealth and hold true money. The guide below will hopefully answer the above questions and help make you a more informed investor …