Special Offer – Get The Ebook “Stack Silver Get Gold” For Free Till October 31st

A new gold and silver investing ebook is available on Amazon.com, via Kindle. It’s entitled “Stack Silver Get Gold” and in fact the tagline says it all: “How to Buy Gold and Silver Bullion without Getting Ripped Off.”

The ebook is straight to the point and contains everything you need to know to safely start investing in gold and silver today. It doesn’t contain pictures or artwork. It’s sort of a gold and silver investing 101. The writer brings all its precious metals investing knowledge which he collected for more than a decade.

The author offers a free download period between today and October 31st. What’s more, everyone who downloads a copy of the book during this free promotional period will also be entered into a contest to win American Eagle silver bullion. This is the download link on Amazon.com.

Just to give our readers an idea of the content of the book, we’ve selected five quotes from the book. Want to know more about one or more of them? Then proceed with downloading the book.

  1. Never buy any unallocated or uninsured gold or silver!
  2. It is very probable that the price of silver is regularly manipulated. This is good for you, let me explain.
  3. Gold and silver mining stocks are a double- edged sword. Unless you are a semi-expert and really know what you are doing or plan on learning, avoid gold and silver mining stocks as a way to invest in silver or gold.
  4. Many of the premiums for numismatic coins are 30-60% higher than the cost of the actual gold or silver!
  5. Silver or gold pools or certificates are only just a promise from the seller of the certificate that they will deliver an agreed amount of gold or silver to the buyer at some time in the future. Like the un-backed silver and gold storage accounts, these guys can just take your money and use it for something other than buying silver or gold.

We got the permission to publish the introduction of the book. Please find it here:

My name is Hunter Riley; I spent seven years in the futures pits on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and have been investing in silver and gold for the last eleven years. You’ve probably realized, like I have, that investing in gold and silver is a smart thing to do. If you would like more information on the exact reasons as to why you should invest in gold and silver, please see the “Which Do You Like Better, Gold or Silver?” question towards at the end of this book.

I mainly wrote this book to show you how to invest in gold and silver bullion without getting ripped off. As gold and silver investing becomes more popular, more and more dealers and con artists are going to try to take advantage and rip you off. There’s so much nonsense out there, but gold and silver investing isn’t really that difficult or complicated. This book is set up in simple question and answer format. At the end, you’ll find your bonus resource directory. This will give you all the websites, books and services you’ll ever need for silver and gold investing.

Now before we begin, I’d like to tell you the powerful analogy that originally got me to open my eyes and start investing in gold and silver. This is one of the very few times I discuss they “why” part of gold and silver investing in this book. I’m not telling this analogy to persuade you, I’m telling you this analogy so that you can use it to persuade people you care about to start investing in gold and silver.

Inflation is the devaluation of money. Here’s how it works. Imagine you have a mint condition, Babe Ruth rookie baseball card and you are about to sell it at auction for $100,000. Before you are about to sell it, some guy figures out a way to make exact copies of your Babe Ruth card, the copies are so good that you can’t tell the difference between your original card and one of the copies. He then takes one million of the copies and throws them up in the air so that they all land on the auction table, right on top of your original Babe Ruth card. Now there is no way to tell which card was your original card. There are millions of cards that are exactly the same!

Do you think you could still sell one of the cards for $100,000? No way in hell! Now that there are millions of these cards you will be lucky to get a fraction of what your card was originally worth. This is exactly what is going to happen to the dollar if the Federal Reserve keeps printing money! The dollar is just like the original Babe Ruth card in our example and I believe it will eventually lose its standing as the world’s reserve currency and after that, eventually become worthless if they keep printing more and more money. In fact, the dollar almost is worthless historically. The dollar has lost 95% of its original value since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913!

If you save your money in dollars, you are slowly but surely losing them. One way to save yourself is to start converting some of your dollars into silver and gold. Silver and gold go up with inflation and unstable economies because they’re considered real money, silver and gold are the only currencies governments can’t print!

As of this writing, the United States is printing more money than the world has ever known. If you study history, you’ll find that governments print money until it becomes worthless. Every single fiat or paper currency ever created in the history of the world has eventually gone to zero and become worthless. When that happens there is a huge transfer of wealth from the people with the paper money to the people with the real money, gold and silver. Which one do you want to be?

The price is $ 0 only until October 31st. Everyone who downloads a copy of the book during this free promotional period will also be entered in to a contest to win American Eagle silver bullion.  The author values your comments on the ebook in the “customer review” section of Amazon.

This is the download link on Amazon.com

 

 

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