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PRESS RELEASE – Bullion Exchanges announces the exclusive release of the commemorative 1 oz Silver John F. Kennedy JFK Solomon Islands $1 Coin.

For Immediate Release: 12/6/2016 Bullion Exchanges www.bullionexchanges.com Bullion Exchanges announces the exclusive release of the commemorative 1 oz Silver John F. Kennedy JFK Solomon Islands $1 Coin Bullion Exchanges and the Royal Australian Mint proudly offer this superb coin honoring the 100th anniversary of the birth of John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) – the 35th President of the United States.  The design of this wonderful coin pays tribute to the act of endurance, heroism and leadership shown by Lieutenant John F. Kennedy in 1943 during WWII in the Pacific, specifically the Solomon Islands. On August 2, 1943, Lt. Kennedy’s crew was patrolling in the waters of the British Solomon Islands. Suddenly a Japanese frigate […]

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Here’s a Smarter Way to Buy Precious Metals in Volatile Times

Here’s a Smarter Way to Buy Precious Metals in Volatile Times

BY HARD ASSETS ALLIANCE Volatility in gold and silver has been on full display the past 24 hours. As the US presidential election approached this week, gold declined $30 to $1275/oz on the prospect of a Clinton victory. However, as initial poll results came in and were favorable for Trump, gold reversed course and rocketed higher through overnight trading. Shortly after 12 AM EST when most polling had closed, gold was up a staggering $60, to $1335/oz. Stock markets around the world were plummeting with circuit breakers triggered on US equity futures markets. As the dust settles and Trump’s victory is being digested, a sense of “normalcy” is returning to […]

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2017: Gold and Silver’s Year of “Public Recognition”

2017: Gold and Silver’s Year of “Public Recognition”

In all probability, December 2015 marked the bottom of the cyclical gold and silver bear market – a bear cycle that had been in play since silver topped in May 2011 and gold in September of the same year. During the fourth quarter 2015, share price declines of the precious metals mining companies tapered off once the last of the weak hands gave up and sold their positions to stronger, forward-looking investors. If you go to a free chart service like stockcharts.com, you can choose any number of mining stocks and look at their January 19 daily price action. On this date – for most of the top and second-tier […]

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Silver Imbedded Keyboard Can be Cleaned in the Dishwasher

Silver Imbedded Keyboard Can be Cleaned in the Dishwasher

The first backlit, rigid plastic, waterproof keyboard constructed with silver-based antimicrobial protection to limit transmission of germs, bacteria and mold is now available, according to WetKeys Washable Keyboards, an Atlanta, Georgia-based company. The Silver Seal Glow keyboard uses waterproof LED lighting adjustable in 3 levels to backlight keys, making it useful for low-light environments such as operating suites, laboratories and hospital wards. The keyboard is completely submersible, and can be cleaned using healthcare grade disinfectants, or even in an automatic dishwasher, officials say.

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Growing Industrial Demand for Silver

Growing Industrial Demand for Silver

There is a growing demand for silver as industry has turned increasingly to advanced technological products and systems that require the metal’s unique qualities, according to speakers at the 2nd Silver Industrial Conference.

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How Much Paper Gold Is Being Traded Daily?

How Much Paper Gold Is Being Traded Daily?

The gold market is also dominated by derivatives, or, in our own words, ‘paper gold’. But what is the dollar value of the ‘paper gold’ market? Here is an estimate. Think about it: How is it possible that derivatives are able to set the price of a physical asset?

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Costs For Banks To Hold Gold To Rise Up To 300 Pct

Costs For Banks To Hold Gold To Rise Up To 300 Pct

As noted by Reuters, new liquidity rules for banks in the EU could raise costs for trading gold by up to 300%. Consequently, banks will be forced out of the market, according to London Bullion Association (LBMA).

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Silver Bullion Coins on Allocation at Major National Mints

Silver Bullion Coins on Allocation at Major National Mints

Globally, silver bullion coin sales reached an all-time high of 32.9 Moz in the third quarter of this year, according to GFMS Thomson Reuters data. This volume was a 74% quarter-on-quarter and 95% year-on-year increase. Sales in North America, Europe, Japan and other Asian countries (predominantly China) saw quarter-on-quarter growth of 74%, 72%, 95% and 202%, respectively.

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Peak Gold Is Imminent: Global Gold Production Starts Falling

Peak Gold Is Imminent: Global Gold Production Starts Falling

Earlier this week, Financial Post released an article confirming that ‘peak gold’, or the gold ‘production cliff’, appears to be imminent. According to numerous professional estimates, gold output will top out in 2015 or 2016 and then go into decline for several years at least.

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Silver Shortage Intensifies As Premiums Reach Another Record High

Silver Shortage Intensifies As Premiums Reach Another Record High

Even mainstream media has noticed it: silver coins are going through a true squeeze, with demand up significantly and premiums reaching an all-time high. Reuters reported today that “the global silver-coin market is in the grips of an unprecedented supply squeeze, forcing some mints to ration sales and step up overtime while sending U.S. buyers racing abroad to fulfill a sudden surge in demand.”

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Gold For Cash Through A Pawn Shop

Gold For Cash Through A Pawn Shop

A common place to offer an individual’s precious metals is a marketplace, as there are many to be found on eBay, the largest marketplace worldwide. However, with the advance of the internet, products and services can be offered across many stores in search for the most competitive bid. Another way to offer your metal or jewelry is through a pawn shop.

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The Great Illinois Gold Rush

The Great Illinois Gold Rush

A state salary or pension in Illinois (and many other states and countries) may be at risk. An alternate plan is needed. Politicians will “extend and pretend” instead of addressing structural problems, so those problems will become worse. Unpayable liabilities will not be paid. Consequences will be ugly and may arrive soon. Be prepared! Buy gold (and silver) to protect your purchasing power.

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Ted Butler: The Coming Silver Shortage

Ted Butler: The Coming Silver Shortage

What it comes down to is how much longer the COMEX-orchestrated price can delay the physical silver crunch and shortage to come? I don’t have the answer, but I am confident that this is the right question. I am also confident that once a wholesale physical silver shortage kicks in, that shortage can’t be further contained by derivatives trading and most likely will have to burn itself out the old-fashioned way – by allowing the market to discover the true clearing price. The trick, of course, is to be positioned before the physical shortage is reflected in price.

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Nanosilver and Nanopaper Team Up to Produce Low-Cost Sensors

Nanosilver and Nanopaper Team Up to Produce Low-Cost Sensors

Nanotechnology has come to paper. Although the special paper is made from cellulose, like regular paper, the cellulose fibers are on a nanoscale, which gives it lower surface roughness and much higher transparency than traditional paper.

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