Why You Should Rent An RV And Buy Gold Coins.

Rent An RV And Buy Gold Coins

Recently I read an article that started me thinking. The primary focus of the article was to point out that Americans have probably sold most of their scrap gold. One fact offered in the article to back up this point is that Americans turned in more scrap gold in 2003 when gold prices averaged $363 an ounce than they did last year when gold prices averaged $1267 an ounce. In case you are wondering, Americans sold the most gold (160 … Read More »

A-Mark Bullion Update

5-23-2017 Two weeks ago market participants were convinced that gold would sink down to the $1,200 handle.  That sentiment has quickly shifted with the euro marching higher and with headlines including a possible impeachment of President Trump, another North Korean ballistic missile test over the weekend, and an ISIS terrorist incident at a concert in London last night.  Gold is now in a higher range yet again with the 200 day moving average providing support on dips and a triple … Read More »

VIX Volatility Index

video YouTube Transcription “VIX Volatility Index” Hi everybody Lynette Zang chief market analyst here at ITM Trading a full-service physical precious metals brokerage house well today we’re going to talk about the VIX Volatility Index and what it’s really telling us and why it actually matters and how it impacts you. I’m going to start with we’ve noticed how calm the markets are even in the face of what happened in North Korea testing a nuclear warhead that could reach … Read More »

Robo-Advisers Vs. Gold Bullion Coins And Bars

Robo-Advisers Vs Gold

What is a robo-adviser? Chances are pretty good that you will be hearing a lot about robo-advisers in the next several years. By then, however, they will probably have a cute and less daunting name. They may be referred to as an electronic financial adviser, or perhaps a Charles Schwab money app, or a Chase money management system, etc. Ultimately, some marketing firm will decide what name you hear on the commercial hyping a robo-adviser, but nonetheless, it will still … Read More »

Unusual US Coinage. Coins That Have Almost Been Forgotten About.

Unusual US Coinage

In 1792 the Philadelphia Mint was built to coin US currency. At the time, Philadelphia was the capital of the United States. It seems like a lot has changed since 1792. With respect to our currency, a lot has definitely changed. For instance, most financial transactions today occur electronically. Conversely, in the 1700s and 1800s, many financial transactions involved coins. Several coins like the dime and the quarter have carried on for use today. However, there are coins that existed, … Read More »

A-Mark Bullion Update

5.9.2017 On Sunday night, the market’s breathed a sigh of relief as Emmanuel Macron easily beat the right-wing populist and nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election.  With Japan returning from Golden week to find much lower gold prices, gold received an initial bump up on Sunday evening trading.  The pop higher was short lived though as the Macron victory encouraged broader market selling.  Geopolitical tensions, in general, have subsided substantially in the last few weeks (especially … Read More »

Oil Prices Petro Dollar

Oil Prices and the Death of the Petro Dollar okay well I’m Lynette Zhang chief market analyst here at ITM trading a full-service physical precious metals brokerage house. Today we’re going to talk about the death of a petrol dollar but many of you may not actually know what the petro dollar is so let me explain that to you back in when Nixon took us off the gold standard we were in jeopardy they created the SDR to take … Read More »

Unusual Rare US Gold Coins And How They Came To Be

Unusual Rare US Gold Coins

Sure many people have heard about Saint-Gaudens and Gold Double Eagles. However, US history is full of interesting facts and so is the coinage of the United States of America. Following is a short article about two unusual rare US gold coins and how they came to be. The first coin, a three dollar gold piece, was coined for thirty-five years, but in relatively small quantities due to lack of popularity. The rarest of these pieces is the 1870 S … Read More »

Types of Debt

Types of debt

Video Text Hi I’m Lynette Zang chief market analyst here at I am trading a full-service physical precious metals brokerage house. I’ve had a lot of people ask me about debt white so bad etc so that’s what we’re going to talk about today for one thing you need to know that there are two types of debt self liquidating debt so in other words you take on debt and maybe you expand your business the business earns more money and … Read More »

Stock Manipulation – 5-2-2017

Stock Prices Rise On Declining Volume

You Tube Video Transcription by Youtube.com Hello Lynette Zang. Chief market analyst here at ITM trading a full-service physical precious metals brokerage house. Stock Prices Rise On Declining Volume Well today we’re going to talk about how what we’ve been talking about for a while but the Nasdaq making new highs in this new high you can see that these five companies have made up over percent of the gains since January Wow okay. well what are the insiders doing … Read More »