Vintage coins did you know informational

Vintage Coins: Did You Know?

Prior to the coin recall of 1933, various American gold and silver coins were produced as currency and placed into circulation.  Vintage Coins: Did You Know? – Video Transcription Narrator:               00:08 The 1849 Liberty double Eagle is one of the most famous and valuable coins ever struck. Only a single example of this legendary…

did you know great gold robery of 1855

The Great Gold Robbery of 1855: Did You Know?

The Great Gold Robbery of 1855 is regarded as one of the first train robberies in history. The elaborate heist that took four years from conception to execution, has reserved its place in historical infamy.  The Great Gold Robbery of 1855: Did You Know? – Video Transcription Narrator:               00:05 Did you know: The great…

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The Importance of Traditions

Last week, I, like millions of other Americans, celebrated one of our most cherished holidays: Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a holiday of traditions going back to our earliest days as an English settlement, up until its official federal status and what it represents today. It’s a time for people to enjoy days off work; watch a…

Texas Approves Tax Exemption for Precious Metals

Texas Approves Tax Exemption for Precious Metals

Voters in Texas approved legislation that strengthens the case for precious metals in wealth diversification and IRA retirement strategies. The Lone Star State’s “thumbs-up” on Proposition 9 means precious metals held in precious metals depositories are exempt from property taxation. Precious metals depositories are facilities where owners can securely store their gold, silver, platinum, and…

Specialty coins did you know informational video

Specialty Coins: Did You Know?

Over the years, the United States Mint has designed and struck a variety of precious metal coins to commemorate certain people, places, and events. These coins are highly collectible and produced only in limited numbers. If you’re interested in learning more about these coins, watch today’s episode of U.S. Money Reserve’s “Did You Know.” …

Why Is Debt the Elephant in the Room?

Why is Debt the Elephant in the Room?

The Federal Reserve’s recent financial stability report found massive debts owed by U.S. Businesses to be a “top vulnerability” to the economy. The potential danger of debt goes beyond business; the U.S. government ran a 134 billion deficit in October alone.  Why is Debt the Elephant in the Room? – Video Transcription Coy Wells:…

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Veterans Day Reflections

As I reflect on this past Veterans Day, I think about the generation that fought World War II. Their courage and valor in those desperate times is inspiring to this day. There is a reason that time period is still the subject of much discussion and its stories are still being depicted in new artworks…