Gold is money. It even has its own currency code. They don't charge tax on the cash you bring across the border either.
Most countries don't charge tax on gold bullion. There might be more paperwork involved in the US, but no tax there either.
An old news story, but another risk to consider in regards to the safety of safe deposit boxes:...
I think the key takeaway from your latest update is that most security staff are "boofheads."
Yes, I'm doing this. I'm part of a small investment syndicate (limited to about a dozen members), run out of the UK, It's been structured as a...
To the moon!
If you want to deal face-to-face, I'm only aware of one bullion dealer in Christchurch:
Also, a government guarantee doesn't mean you'd get your cash back. You're more likely to be compensated Cyprus-style (being issued worthless...
Bail-ins are coming to the entire Western financial system, probably in the 2014-2016 time frame. They've been written into law in the UK, USA,...
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I found this concept very interesting:
Given the size of the country, their defense force is quite impressive.
A lot of people are saying Singapore is perhaps the best location to store PMs in terms of low risk.
If, like me, your investment isn't big...
You were saying? LOL. All I can do is laugh at myself. Should have sold when I was up 26% but I'm not a trader.
Who knows, but I'm starting to give more credence to Martin Armstrong's predictions. According to Armstrong, Q3 2015 is when the fireworks begin...
This chart overlays the price of gold from October 2012 to now with the chart pattern from 1976. Dj vu.
I track the dollar amount as well but chose not to post that because (1) it's confidential and (2) it's uber depressing.
I only own one mining stock so I guess I'll suck on a mint.
Option 3: If you have spare cash that you want to put into mining stocks, buy more on...
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