Tag: silver coins

PRESS RELEASE – U.S. Mint announced “The 2017 American Eagle coins will be released in January 2017!”

For Immediate Release: 12/22/2016 Bullion Exchanges www.bullionexchanges.com U.S. Mint announced “The 2017 American Eagle coins will be released in January 2017!” The real American heritage 2017 American Eagles are now available for pre-order from Bullion Exchanges! This U.S. Mint series is one of the most collectible and desired in the world.  They are produced in three versions: silver, gold and platinum.  The weight, content and purity are all guaranteed by the United States government. The history of American Eagles dates back to 1986 when it was authorized by the Gold Bullion Act of 1985. Since then, the demand for these coins has grown steadily among collectors and investors as a valuable investment […]

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PRESS RELEASE – The new 2017 Gold and Silver Maple Leafs are now available at Bullion Exchanges

For Immediate Release: 12/22/2016 Bullion Exchanges www.bullionexchanges.com Bullion Exchanges announces the new 2017 Gold and Silver Maple Leafs are now available The newest coins in the best-selling and highly praised bullion series, the Gold and Silver Maple Leafs, will be released by the Royal Canadian Mint on December 7th, 2016. These amazing coins are desired collectibles due to their iconic maple leaf design and leading bullion security enhancements. First created from gold in 1979 and silver in 1988, the Canadian Maple Leafs are one of the most highly anticipated bullion coins in the market. Buyers of all types from new buyers to industry veterans are excitedly awaiting the latest issue of these desirable coins due to their high […]

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Press Release – Royal Canadian Mint and Bullion Exchanges to release limited edition silver coin series

| October 25, 2016 | Articles: Insights
Press Release – Royal Canadian Mint and Bullion Exchanges to release limited edition silver coin series

2017 marks a critical year for Bullion Exchanges and among the most renowned refiners worldwide- the Royal Canadian Mint. Bullion Exchanges is excited to introduce the all new limited edition series – Canada the Great (CTG) honoring the spectacular Canadian National Parks and Historical Landmarks. Please join us as we tour across Canada to some of the most iconic and beautiful destinations that the wonderful Great North has to offer. This one-of-the-kind series is a result of the successful collaboration of Bullion Exchanges and the Royal Canadian Mint in celebrating the Canadian beauty and uniqueness. “Canada the Great” represents the small journey into the RCM’s homeland and its spirit through featuring […]

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War on Cash Turns to $20, $50, and $100 Bills

War on Cash Turns to $20, $50, and $100 Bills

Harvard professor and economist Ken Rogoff is once again leading the chorus of high-level academics and officials who declare cash is only for criminals. He made his case in a recent Wall Street Journal editorial called the “Sinister Side of Cash.” The solution, he declares, is to simply get rid of anything but the smallest bank notes. In his vision, drug dealers, human traffickers, and tax cheats are everywhere, but they are reliant on cash. Our benevolent central planners can largely incapacitate them by ridding society of anything larger than a $10 bill. Kingpins won’t know what to do when a single-engine Cessna full of cocaine requires a Boeing 747 full […]

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Countdown To The Debt Ceiling Deadline

| October 26, 2015 | Category: Economy
Countdown To The Debt Ceiling Deadline

The Treasury Department declared a debt ceiling deadline of November 3rd. Outgoing House Speaker John Boehner will try to push through a debt increase before his scheduled departure on Friday (when he’ll likely hand over the gavel to Paul Ryan). If Congress can’t come to an agreement this week, markets could get rattled on the looming possibility of a U.S. default.

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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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Why Silver Coin Premiums Rise Amid A Falling Silver Price

Why Silver Coin Premiums Rise Amid A Falling Silver Price

Lower precious metals prices on Wall Street aren’t necessarily bringing lower prices on Main Street. The retail market for gold and silver coins, bars, and rounds has been swamped with high demand since mid June. Both the U.S. Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint continue to run into serious issues keeping up with retail silver coin demand.

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How To Buy Silver Coins and Rounds Which Are in Short Supply

How To Buy Silver Coins and Rounds Which Are in Short Supply

To Capitalize on Low Spot Prices AND Low Premiums, Choose Gold Coins, Bars, and Rounds or Silver Bars

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Markets Gone Wild And Turmoil in Europe But Silver Demand Strong

| January 14, 2015 | Category: Economy
Markets Gone Wild And Turmoil in Europe But Silver Demand Strong

The dollar rallied from .85 to .92 today (January 14th) as the 10 year bond yield went from 2.62% in September to 1.83% today. Gold is recovering from its early November lows at $1,140 as it almost touched $1,250 this week. Andrew Hoffman comments on ongoing market activity in his latest video blog and the meaning of the extreme readings in crude oil, bond yields, the dollar and equities. He also looks at Europe and the industrial vs investment demand in silver.

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Infographic: Watch Out When Buying Morgan Dollar Silver Coins

| January 14, 2015 | Category: Investing
Infographic: Watch Out When Buying Morgan Dollar Silver Coins

As this infographic explains, shady marketers use deception and misinformation to unload Morgan Silver Dollars at prices WAY above their actual melt value or their resale value. It’s extremely important that novice precious metals investors see this information BEFORE they get taken for a ride

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Forecast 2015: The Year Ahead in the Money Metals

| January 7, 2015 | Category: Investing
Forecast 2015: The Year Ahead in the Money Metals

Despite price weakness in 2014, which inspired a lot of badmouthing of precious metals in the financial media, silver coin demand hit new records. The U.S. Mint sold more than 44 million Silver Eagles, up from 42.7 million the prior year. At one point last fall, the dysfunctional government mint had to suspend orders because it couldn’t keep up with demand.

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Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Based on these data, except for the Perth Mint in Australia, all other sources are reporting a huge increase in demand for coins and bars across the globe. Retail investors primarily are looking taking advantage of these bargain prices. The price setting in the COMEX futures market has its effect on real world demand. The question is, when will wholesale demand start piling up on precious metals to trigger a supply shortage? That would be fun to observe … but we are unfortunately not there yet … prices should go even lower to trigger such a situation.

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Gold Coin Demand Up, Silver Relatively Better

Gold Coin Demand Up, Silver Relatively Better

The red line is clear: as of 2013, when the futures market has been pushing precious metals prices significantly down, the physical market has been reviving every time again. Although safe haven demand for gold coins has gone up, silver has done even better in relative terms given an increasing gold to silver price ratio.

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US Mint Sells Much More Silver Than Gold Coins In H1 2014

US Mint Sells Much More Silver Than Gold Coins In H1 2014

The interesting observation is that most months of the first half of this year, silver coins were more popular than gold. January 2014 was the only significant exception. One should note that this chart shows the dollar value of gold vs silver coins. As silver is about 60 times less expensive than gold, it means that the number of coins sold were many times higher than the number of gold coins sold.

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