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Aurum. Gold for the 21st Century

Aurum. Gold for the 21st Century
The problem of using precious metals for small denomination coinage has been an issue for centuries. This brought the United States to an awkward quad metallic system using gold, silver, copper, and nickel in its coinage.  It is hard to believe today, considering we have copper coated zinc tokens, but the value of a cent was so great at one point that the amount of copper necessary in a penny would have made it too large and cumbersome to be practical.  Because of this the US mint experimented with a small plug of silver in a penny but it was not cost...
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A First Step Toward Sound Money

A First Step Toward Sound Money
Here at Debtcrash we have dedicated much of our content to determining how the government and banking interests might deal with the failing debt based monetary system here, here, here, and here.  This is for good reason since they will likely determine the path taken.  I have tried to make it clear that these are not the directions I would like to take our monetary system, so now I would like to offer a first step of what I would consider the right direction.  It is only a first small step since changing over 100 years of monetary inertia cannot be...
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Blockchain tech

Those coins could be publicly tracked via Bitcoin blockchain.
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 16:58
CaptDebtCrash

Good Idea

Good idea! I hope they correct the bitcoin block-chain size issues to make color coins more practical.
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 17:23
Guest — PeterB

Value per ounce of gold and si...

The value of the metal would be what? Gold equals $20,000.00 and sliver equals $1000.00? Is that the plan?
Friday, 14 August 2015 08:16
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0%? Really? Zero?

0%?  Really? Zero?
I recently got into a disagreement with a colleague of mine.  He believes that the proper allocation to gold (or other precious metals) is zero, and as you might know, I feel gold and or silver are an essential part of every portfolio.  I'm sure this conversation is not unique and I wanted to address the articles and information found on the web that attempts to support the claim that you should not own any precious metals. I will address this piece by David Marotta specifically since it encompassed several points I found in other sources.  The primary focus of this article is that gold does...
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Another gold Bashing Article N...

Another gold bashing article. http://www.forbes.com/sites/trangho/2015/07/04/the-loathsome-truth-about-gold-and-why-it-should-cra... Read More
Saturday, 04 July 2015 13:56
Guest — Technocrat

Gold Is Not The Solution

I think this guy sums up the problems with gold best:http://johntreed.com/golddisadvantages.htmlI would also like to add that gold... Read More
Sunday, 09 August 2015 14:54
CaptDebtCrash

Technocrat

Technocrat, You make some good points, and I agree with much of it, and that is why most of my PM portfolio is in silver. You get... Read More
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Precious Metal Purchase Program

Precious Metal Purchase Program
Welcome to the Debtcrash Precious Metals Purchase Program.   The normally suggested method for purchasing precious metals is to dollar cost average.  Dollar cost averaging is just another way of saying you are investing a fixed dollar amount each month into an investment.  While this is a mindless way of investing, and that takes the pressure off the investor, it does not take advantage of price dips as aggressively as some investors would like. An alternative to dollar cost averaging is to attempt to 'buy the dips', or subjectively become more aggressive when the price appears to offer a good deal.  This...
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Guest — Edward
This is a great program and will help me manage my future investments. The Tutorial is excellent and very easy to follow. Thank ... Read More
Thursday, 23 April 2015 11:35
CaptDebtCrash
I am sure the govt will be glad this is on folks computers when they come knocking. Suggest you keep it on a discreet lap top that... Read More
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 20:37
Guest — Capt Debtcrash
While I doubt the govt will go after individuals it is a valid concern. I'd suggest putting the program on a thumb drive and or ma... Read More
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