Ask Your Gold Company These Important Questions Before Buying Gold

Don’t Buy Gold Unless You’ve Asked These 7 Questions

English philosopher Francis Bacon said it well: “A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.” When it comes to deciding where and how to buy gold, asking prudent questions can help you achieve your gold buying goals. Asking questions is especially important now, in light of scammers who seek to exploit your interest in, and appreciation…

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What Is Generational Wealth? | USMR Market Insights

Generational wealth, family wealth, multi-generational wealth, and legacy wealth are all terms for something that can be passed down from one generation to another. Generational wealth takes many forms but in modern times,  What Is Generational Wealth?- Video Transcription Coy Wells:                           00:00                     What is generational wealth? Generational wealth, also called family wealth or multi-generational…

Things to Know About Buying Silver in Bulk, with U.S. Money Reserve

4 Things to Know About Buying Bulk Silver

If you appreciate Silver American Eagle Coins for their silver content, attractiveness, and historical significance, you might consider buying two or three at a time. There’s nothing wrong with that method. But there may be a better way: buying silver coins in bulk. Here are four things to know about buying bulk silver. After reviewing…

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Standpoints on the Gold Standard | USMR Market Insights

The removal of the gold standard, otherwise known as the “Nixon Shock” has been widely regarded as a political success, but also left Americans with an economic disaster on hand, in which the negative effects still linger to this day.  Standpoints on the Gold Standard- Video Transcription Patrick Brunson:               00:00 The removal of the…

Learn about the Coinage Act of 1965 and how it impacted American coinage and half-dollars

What to Know About the Coinage Act of 1965

In the early 1960s, the U.S. faced a dwindling supply of silver that threatened to elevate the demand of coins such as the dime and quarter—coins that at the time contained actual silver—beyond their face value. The Coinage Act of 1965 aimed to address this shortage. This silver shortage spurred people to hoard significant amounts…