With the Coinage Act of 1965, United States coins were changed forever. Gone were the days of silver and gold coins, and in their place came coins made of copper and nickel. But even though those silver coins were no longer made, they didn’t go away! In fact, many people saved these so-called junk silver
. . . just how much individual families will receive from the recently passed $1.9 trillion COVID stimulus bill, here is what a married couple earning $150,000 with 2 children will receiv: Six checks at $1,400 each: $8,400; Two childcare credits at $3,600 each: $7,200; Two child credits at $3,000 each: $6,000; Total walking around
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY When I originally posted this, gold was at $1906 and silver $24.54. Now, they are at $1870 and $23.42, not big dips but slightly better buys. Actually, it’s been the right move to buy dips in the metals since 2016. But now the reasons for buying are evident. * Under
. . . not in stocks but in gold and silver. Actually, it’s been the right move to buy dips in the metals since 2016. But now the reasons for buying are evident.
Precious metals investors often use the gold-silver price ratio to decide which metal to buy. Known as the GSR, it is derived by dividing the price of gold by the price of silver.
Gold and silver prices have exploded. Gold’s up $390 since its March low, silver up $10.60. Silver’s gain is 87% versus gold’s 26%. This is what was supposed to happen being that the GSR (gold silver price ratio) topped 100. Silver has still more catching up to do.
Two days ago, Forbes ran an article about Senator Elizabeth Warren (Dem-MA) wants to cancel student debt in the next stimulus program. However, no where in the piece did the writer reveal how much student debt was outstanding.
The government’s reaction to the coronavirus has caused financial problems of monumental proportions. With the shutdown of businesses and massive layoffs, states and municipalities suffered huge losses in revenue. Two-thirds of state revenues come from income taxes or sales taxes.
Goldman Sachs forecasts a federal deficit of $3.6 trillion for the current fiscal year. Last year’s deficit was a mere $984 billion, for a 3.6- fold increase. Fedgov’s fiscal year ends September 30.
On our Specials Pages, we offer for sale—at really low prices–various forms of gold and silver. For example, on our Gold Specials Page you will often find small old European gold coins, old US gold coins, scratched or slightly dinged coins, and commemorative coins.