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Todays Silver Prices

Silver is a precious metal that continues to be a valuable commodity in today’s economy.   Silver has always been a valuable commodity.  Throughout history, silver has been used in markets as a monetary metal.  The precious metal is durable and can be easily divided into smaller parts.  Other advantages of silver include its convenience, utility, [...]

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Palladium Helps Shoulder the Responsibilities of Platinum

In reaction to a weaker dollar, palladium prices made a jump of 2.6%, closing on August 18, 2011 at $775.90. This jump qualifies as the largest jump in an active contract since the end of July, 2011. Although emissions control people like the EPA favor platinum, those in the automobile industry to tend to prefer [...]

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Coin Collecting Made Easy

In current times, with the economy being hit or miss and with prices rising all around us for pretty much anything, some things that get put on the back burner are hobbies.  However, that does not always have to be the case.  A much underrated hobby is coin collecting. Coin collecting is the finding, trading, [...]

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A Silver Bullion Investment

Every time our economy starts to show signs of straightening itself out it seems like something else comes along that topples months of work in just a few short days time, leading to markets crashing and companies again being forced to lay off employees just in a vain attempt to stay in business, one that [...]

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Confusion Around the Silver Dollar

When you read the words “silver dollar,” you know that the coin is “worth” one American dollar and that it is made from silver. Naturally, that might be where the story ends, but there can be a lot more to a coin than its name. For example, consider the Morgan silver dollar. Yes, this is [...]

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