It seems ironic to have a credit card made of solid gold, but Visa and Sberbank have begun offering a credit card made of solid gold to Sberbank’s top 100 customers in Kazakhstan as a companion card to the Visa Infinite card, hoping to capitalize on what they see as a “growing appetite for elite, status-symbol cards.”Read more »
A gallon of regular gas was $5.69 Thursday in Calabasas, while a gallon of super costs $5.89 with cash and $5.99 with credit. Such prices are causing pain at the pump for many drivers who might see an 11-cent increase by later this morning, which means some could be paying more than $6 a gallon.Read more »
Fake gold bars turn up in Manhattan. 10 tungsten filled gold bars have turned up. Another reason to buy bit coins.Read more »
In the week immediately after 9/11 rescue workers reported that all the vault were found open and left empty. On November 1st Mayor Giuliani came out and announced that it had been recovered… all $230 million of it. Just one problem According to Comex Metal Trading, at least $950 million was missing just from their company. Loose Change estimates it was more like $160 billion in gold missing.Read more »
Did you know that the Don’t Tread on Meme Silver Dime Card idea was international? I didn’t until I heard heard the Frenchmen, Gilles Laurant and Edouard Hesse of La Monnaie Saine interviewed on Declare Your Independence with Ernie Hancock.Read more »
To get to the bottom of the Silver Price Suppression fiasco we contacted Ron Hera, a close friend of the Silver Circle team. Ron is the founder of Hera Research, LLC, and the principal author of its newsletter. He’s an outspoken advocate of the free market, and Austrian economics. He holds a master’s degree from Stanford University and is a member of Mensa and of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. His articles provide deeply researched analysis to help investors in commodities and precious metals. So, of course we went to him for answers about silver price manipulation.Read more »
If you want to dive into the precious metals world head first, and get a pretty decent inoculation against all the financial propaganda, The Keiser Report with Max Keiser is a pretty valuable resource. In fact, on list of the 25 Most Dangerous People in Finical Media (in a good way), Joshua Brown at the Huffington Post lists Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert (his fiancé and co-host) as #1.
Max Keiser makes things very difficult for the financial elites, primary by exposing them, and explaining their antics in a way that approaches layman’s terms.Read more »
Kitco.com is a website that facilitates the buying and selling of precious metals such as silver, gold and even platinum. The exchange of precious metals is not usually on most people’s radars unless they’re buying jewelry. Yet it’s important to remember that the value of these raw materials extends far beyond their status. The Canadian company was founded in 1977 by Bart Kitner, initially operated from his apartment. Today Kitco has offices in Montreal and New York, as well as a significant Internet foot print.Read more »
So… you think you know your silver rounds? Well here’s your chance to prove it. For a chance to win a Silver Circle .10 oz. Rebel Round click ahead to the contest details and show us what you got.Read more »
This year at PorcFest monetary visionaries Drew Phillips and Ross “Donttreadonmeme” Edwards are launching the silver economy into the future with the debut of the world’s first silver dime card vending machineRead more »
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