Now they can buy silver bars made to be easily divisible into smaller units, and save money versus buying fractional sized silver. Each 100 gram CombiBar can be separated into smaller bars – as little a 1 gram in size. Each smaller bar features the Valcambi hallmark, along with the silver weight and purity.
These bars are designed to add versatility to your silver stack. They are ideal for anyone preparing a metal holding for use in barter and trade.
America The Beautiful Silver Coin (ATB Coin) – George Rogers Clark National Park
George Rogers Clark National Park is located in Indiana. The park is named after a hero in the Revolutionary War. Clark, the commander of a small force of American soldiers, led his troops to victory against the British Fort Sackville in the icy winter of 1779. He then went on to other victories, making a major contribution in the effort that ultimately won the war.
The surprise defeat of the British there at Fort Sackville is now considered to be one of the great feats of the entire war. George Rogers Clark and the National Park that bears his name are now being commemorated in silver. Money Metals Exchange is proud to offer this official coin from the US Mint. It is beautifully made from .999 fine silver, and it comes in a massive 5 oz size.
We’ve encountered a rare situation and have accumulated a stash of Mercury Dimes and are ready to blow them out. Selling these Mercs for a mere 35 cents above regular dimes/quarters pricing (which are currently sitting at multi-year lows to begin with), meaning a full bag of Mercs can be had for only $0.74 over spot per ounce. For normal pricing on 90% silver dimes/quarters go HERE and then add 35 cents to each premium. Must call to order, supplies are limited.
Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865
Only 3.5% to 4% over melt value on the 1/2-oz First Lady U.S. Mint Pure Gold Coins and only 5 to 5.5% over melt value on the 1/2-oz Gold American Eagles. Don’t miss this opportunity to buy cheap U.S. fractional gold at a super cheap price, including the only 1/2-oz pure gold option the U.S. Mint makes.
Each Proof Set contains a 1-oz Proof, 1/2-oz Proof, 1/4-oz Proof and 1/10-oz Proof Gold Eagle (1.85 total gold ounces). Most dealers sell between $2,800 and $3,100. You can buy the full set of these beauties for just $50 above what you would pay for the bullion strike Gold Eagle coins in the four various sizes (approximately $2,575 – call for the up-to-the-minute, bargain price). 4 total sets remain. inventory!!!
Since availability is limited, this item is only available by phone: 1-800-800-1865
2016 MS70 graded coin by NGC — First Releases, One of the First 1,250 Struck. Contains .9645 oz of .999 pure gold and being sold for only 8.5% over melt value (gold spot x .9645 + 8.5%), barely more than a bullion strike 1-oz Gold Eagle and being sold for hundreds less than you will find these for elsewhere.
Note: we also have some other MS70 NGC graded 2016 30-gram gold Panda coins that are NOT one of the first release coins that we are selling for 1% less (7.5% over melt value) instead.
November 20, 2017 — Precious metals got a boost last week as investors were reminded that stock prices move in two directions — up and down. The S&P 500 and the Dow both finished the worst two weeks they have seen since August.
The selling certainly wasn’t dramatic (both indexes remain within about 1% of their all time highs), but it does represent the recent negative correlation between stocks and metals. Absent the return of an inflation trade, any sustained rally in metals will likely have to be fueled by investors fleeing the stock markets. We’ll see how the equity indexes fare this week.
Wall Street is focused on the debate over tax reform. Whether Congressional Republicans will muster the majority needed to pass a tax bill remains too close to call. We remain skeptical given the combined animosity of the Republican leadership and Democrats towards the president.
At least metals investors who would like some tax relief may get higher gold and silver prices as a bit of a silver lining. Should tax reform fail, it will likely hurt the stock markets and prompt some flight to safety.
Trading figures to be lighter this week given the Thanksgiving holiday, but there is some significant economic data due out. We’ll see reports on existing home sales, durable goods, and the FOMC minutes from the Nov. 1st committee meeting.
November 13, 2017 — Gold and silver prices faltered on Friday after some gains earlier in the week. A seller (or sellers) dumped 30,000 gold contracts on the market Friday morning, amounting to $4.2 billion in notional value. As is often the case in today’s manipulated markets, it was a blindside without a news event anyone can point to as the cause.
Perhaps another bullion bank trader organized a price raid in some shady internet chat room, and stuck it to his client. It’s been done before. Despite the sell-off, metals finished essentially flat for the week.
News of rising tensions in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East did not translate into much safe-haven buying. Should actual violence break out, perhaps investors will respond.
Economic data this week will include the monthly report on retail sales, CPI, and industrial production.
Money Metals Exchange and Sound Money Defense League would like to thank everyone who participated and helped spread the word about the MMX & SMDL Scholarship Contest. Our second annual scholarship contest was a huge success and we look forward to next year’s contest. We would also like to give a huge special thanks to our blue ribbon panel of judges.
It is our honor to present the winners of the scholarship contest:
Nikhil Sridhar, Duke University
Joe Shamp, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Louis Rouanet, George Mason University
Rania Al-Bawwib, Texas Tech University
Congratulations to our winners! All four essays will be published on Sound Money Defense League’s website and the four finalists will have the opportunity to compete for the “People’s Choice Award,” running from November 27th-December 11th.
Again, thank you to everyone who entered in our scholarship contest, everyone who helped spread the word, and our great judges. We hope to see your entry next year!