precious metals

Information About OWNx

I like to dollar cost average my silver purchases using a program called OWNx.

OWNx makes it possible for small and medium sized investors to save or invest in real silver just like the big investment houses and governments do. If you are looking for an easy way to accumulate some silver, you might want to take a look at this. Here is how it works.

You will first go the OWNx website and set up your free account. Then, choose the amount of money you would like to invest automatically each week or month (or, you can make one time investments if you prefer).

Lets say you have $100 a month you would like to invest in silver.

At the beginning of each monthly period, $100 is automatically deducted from your account and used to buy $100 of real physical silver (or gold) at whatever the price of silver is that day.  Your silver is stored, it is allocated and titled in your name(which means its legally yours), 100% insured by Lloyds of London and stored in the First State Depository of Delaware.

silver bullionOnce you have at least 20 ounces of silver in your OWNx account, you can then have it delivered to your home in one ounce coins, ten ounce bars, one hundred ounce bars or even one thousand ounce bars!

Another cool thing about OWNx is that they have created a “Silver Rewards” program. When you create your account, you get your own unique silver rewards link. All you have to do is pass your silver rewards link on to other people who are smart and know the value of and are interested in investing in silver. When that person signs up and creates an account, you are rewarded with up to 25% of their premium over the OWNx Base Price or Live Price.

So say you give your special silver link to me and I then set up an account and start investing $100 every month. Each month, you will receive up to 25% of the premium I am charged. That 25% of the premium is automatically added to your account in the form of silver. This is awesome. Get 5-10 of your friends investing in silver every month(which is a very smart thing to do) and you will be earning a lot of free silver.

This program is really the best and most affordable way to save and invest in silver for small to average size investors. Visit the following link now and become a silver saver.

OWNx.com

San Diegans value chocolate more than precious metals

Given the choice between a free Hershey bar and a silver bar worth $150, people on the streets of San Diego chose the chocolate bar – another jaw-dropping illustration of how ignorant Americans are when it comes to precious metals.

Mark Dice’s previous video showed him attempting to sell the 10oz silver bullion for as little as 99 cents, with no takers. This time San Diegans didn’t even show an interest in receiving the silver for free, choosing the chocolate bar instead every time.

“I’ll take the chocolate bar,” says one woman as Dice tells her, “who needs a 10 ounce bar of silver, right?” as the woman physically recoils from it.

“Who needs a 10 ounce bar of silver when you can have a good delicious bar of chocolate, right?” Dice tells another man who responds, “Yeah, exactly!”

“The Hershey bar, I can eat it, I can’t eat the silver bar,” remarks another man as he choose the chocolate over the bullion.

Another woman chooses the Hershey bar, commenting, “I’m a girl and it’s been a cranky day.”

A man in a cap then sardonically asks, “silver?” before taking the chocolate bar.

A woman wearing sunglasses remarks, “I don’t have a way to do anything with the silver,” presumably unaware that she could exchange it for $150 at a coin shop just a few feet away. Ironically, the woman then becomes preoccupied with whether or not the Hershey bar is real.

“Is it real? It doesn’t seem real,” states the woman, to which Dice responds, “I mean we could go into this coin shop, we could verify this silver bar as real.”

“No, that’s alright,” responds the woman.

As precious metals specialist Addison Quale wrote in response to Dice’s previous silver bar video, “Americans have been tricked into believing precious metals are not valuable.”

Quale writes that the video illustrates how central bankers have created an “uninformed, uninterested, ignorant and pliable citizenry they can lead around by the nose,” having “essentially convinced the populace that gold and silver coins are ultimately impractical and just too old-fashioned” while making them firmly believe that promissory bank notes and certificates represent real money.

Article written by Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars.com

Could this be the solution for your future?

Do you have any of your income saved right now? What if you lost your job tomorrow? Would you be able to provide for your family for one month, three months how about six months? Wouldn’t you feel a whole lot better if you had a good reserve built up?

SilverSaver.comI believe there is a solution!

Take a quick look at the world around you. The gold and silver phenomenon is hard to miss. You see it on billboards, TV and you hear it on the radio. Have you ever wondered why?

Do they know something we don’t?

Consider this, an ounce of silver today, will buy the same amount of goods that an ounce of silver could buy 100 years ago. Try that with a paper dollar! In 1964 a quarter would buy roughly one gallon of gas. This is because the quarters made in 1964 and earlier where made of 90% silver. At the current price of silver today, that same 1964 quarter is worth about $7, so you can still buy a gallon of gas today with the value of a 1964 quarter.

Why continue to save all of our money in paper that can be devalued at any moment when you can convert it into real money, silver and gold “lawful money”? What if you could purchase silver and gold coins at a good price and get paid to help other families save these assets as well? Would you want to be a part of that?

We are united with one common purpose and that is to get families back on the right track of financial well being. Silver Saver can help you prepare for an uncertain future with your own precious metals reserve.

James Turk’s Outlook for Gold for 2013 to 2015

GoldMoney Chairman James Turk presents a sequel to his recently released video “Everyone should have a precious metals portfolio” which outlines his views on where the monetary and financial worlds are headed.

In this video James provides an update to a longstanding forecast that he made back in 2003 in Barron’s. This interview was widely talked about because whilst the gold price was USD350 at the time, James stated that he envisioned the gold price to be around USD8,000 sometime between 2013-20

Silver at bargain basement prices… stack it now.

Wow… have you seen the price of silver today? Under $20/oz.

Seems to me to be a great buying opportunity if you can find any.

silverPaul Stramer wrote on his blog today, “Now this morning the banksters are driving the price of silver down UNDER $20 per ounce. What could their strategy be? Simple. The only people playing the over inflated stock market are the big banksters, and they are getting ready to get out of the stock market altogether. They need someplace to put those funds, and they are creating that place to go by manipulating the price of precious metals.”

I’ve believed for many months now the rise in the stock market has been a calculated manipulation before the big crash.

Stramer wrote, “This has happened before. Look at 2007 and 2008. The stock market broke new all time records then at over 14,000 points, and silver was selling for less than $10 per ounce at one point. After that the stock market crashed, the big boys having vacated the market, and what happened to silver? The price bounced off of $50 at least for a few days, and has been gradually coming down since.

They are getting ready to do it again, with the stock market again at a record high of over 15,000 points.

They are manipulating silver to create a place to jump too just before the crash that they know is coming.”

Gold Sellers in Houston Must Submit to Fingerprints and Mugshots

Last week the Houston City Council passed an ordinance requiring people who sell precious metals to be fingerprinted and photographed.

According to KTRK-TV, the ordinance is “meant to help track down criminals who try to resell stolen valuables. Gold-buying businesses will now be required to photograph and fingerprint sellers as well as photograph the items that are being sold to the dealer.” In other words, citizens who sell gold will be considered criminals until they demonstrate otherwise.

“It’s going to allow us the tools necessary to combat a lot of the high-end jewelry thefts that’s going on in the city, whether it’s robberies or burglaries,” Houston Police Officer Rick Barajas told the news station last Wednesday.

Audi S8s, Shelby Mustangs, BMW M5s, Dodge Chargers and Honda S2000 roadsters are stolen thousands of times a year and yet people who own them are not required by government to be fingerprinted and photographed in order to sell their cars. Ditto folks who sell expensive items at pawn shops or on eBay. Can you imagine the chaos in commerce that would occur if every item over say $1,000 required the seller to surrender fingerprints and photographs – more accurately, mugshots – which the buyer would be obliged under penalty of law to submit to the state within 48 hours?

“No precious metals thief is going to agree to a mug-shot and thumbprint,” said Houston City Council Member Helena Brown in response to the law. “That’s like declaring that the thieves are going to be turning themselves in. It’s ludicrous. I don’t know who told HPD that this is going to help them. It’s not going to help anyone, but rather it will be damaging to an industry and to our self-respect and liberty.”

Instead of reducing crime, the new law will instead put a damper on the sale of gold, silver and other precious metals. Jim Guidry notes that despite a claim made by Houston police, the precious metals industry will be hard pressed to comply with the turnaround demanded by the city, will balk at the prospect of alienating customers by demanding their fingerprints and mugshots, and the industry will ultimately suffer through loss of its customer base and through fines and criminal charges.

Finally, it is hardly a secret that government hates the idea of citizens trading in gold and other precious metals. In 2009, the U.S. Mint made it more difficult to purchase gold and rationed the sale of American Gold Eagle coins and the previous year suspended the sale of American Buffalo 24-karat gold coins. Bernard von Nothaus of Liberty Dollar was prosecuted for daring to challenge the fiat money monopoly held by the Federal Reserve and the banks (and daring to have a political agenda, namely getting rid of a parasitical Federal Reserve).

“The modern and oppressive State is against freedom. The argument regarding gold versus fiat money has been settled both theoretically and empirically,” writes Monty Pelerin. “The good fight fought against fiat currency is a long and lonely one. This fight will not be won by intellectual persuasion, but will be determined by the brute forces of the markets the State believes it can control. A currency collapse is likely inevitable. That will expose the fraud and corruption of the current fiat currency regime. Even when that occurs, the elites will do whatever they can to avoid an honest money system.”

“The defamation of gold wrought by central banks and governments is because gold exposes the devaluation of fiat currencies and the flawed policies of government.  Governments hate gold because the people cannot be fooled by it,” writes Ron Paul. “If the government persists in debasing the Dollar – as money monopolists have always done – then the people would be able to protect themselves by using alternatives such as gold that are both sound and stable.”

The City of Houston and its police, however, are not colluding with the Federal Reserve in an effort to control the sale of precious metals. The police are reacting as police always do – as gold and precious metals rise in value, it is quite natural that there is an increase in theft and fraud, a situation police react to quite naturally by demanding authoritarian laws that inevitably create a new class of criminals requiring more police and more prisons.

Article written by Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
February 11, 2013

Declare Your Independence from the FED Money Ponzi Scheme

Now that Obamacare is the Law of the Land, I believe more strongly than ever that if we are going to survive the financial holocaust this law is bringing, owning physical gold and silver is more important than ever.

Despite the numerous new taxes that will be imposed in the coming years, Obamacare is destined to explode the national debt and deficit. How will the government pay for all that debt?

The FED will print more money… that’s how.

And, what happens when the FED prints money?

Watch this video that explains money creation by the Federal Reserve and how it is manufactured out of thin air.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3_Q1SiRN-A
also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcc-TqvCXqU

Quite simply, it devalues our dollar. Each of the paper dollars you have in your wallet will purchase less and less. Some might call it inflation.

I call it theft.

It’s stealing the future purchasing power of all Americans and transfers the wealth to the mega-banks, insurance companies, and derivative speculators.

Watch this video to see how inflation works…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afWqKcqntfs

If you want to maintain your purchasing power and have any hope of protecting your wealth, you’ve got to get out of paper assets now and go “all-in” with commodities that maintain their value. In other words, gold and silver.

In addition to perhaps buying some coins from your local coin dealer, I’ve been recommending several other ways to get more precious metals.

Silver Saver

Whatever you choose to do, I suggest you do it soon because the day may not be too far off where you won’t even be able to buy physical gold and silver any longer.

France Bans Cash Sales Of Gold & Silver Over $600

Central banks are presumably so frightened that a growing number of citizens are abandoning rapidly devaluing paper currencies and preserving their wealth through precious metals that governments are now cracking down on the anonymous purchase of gold and silver.

Following the Austrian government’s announcement that it was restricting the sales of precious metals to $20,000 a time, an amount which would purchase just 11 ounces, the French authorities have followed suit with an equally draconian new measure to deter people from buying gold and silver.

A recently amended French law states (translation), “Any transaction on the retail purchase of ferrous and non ferrous (metals) is made by crossed check, bank or postal transfer or by credit card, not the total amount of the transaction may not exceed a ceiling set by decree. Failure to comply with this requirement is punishable by a ticket for the fifth class,” going on to confirm that any amount over €450 euros or $600 US dollars “must be paid by bank transfer”.

“According to independent reports the law was passed to curb the illegal sale of stolen metals like copper, steel, etc. Given the rampant rise in thefts of these metals from telephone poles, construction sites and businesses here in the United States, we can certainly see this as a reasonable assessment for why the French passed this law,” writes Mark Slavo.

“However, the fact that no exception was made for gold and silver simply cannot be ignored. The new law effectively makes it illegal to purchase even a single Troy ounce of gold or around 18 ounces of silver in cash.”

$600 USD isn’t even enough to purchase a half ounce of gold. This guarantees that citizens who are trying to transfer their savings over to precious metals will be known to the authorities, leaving them vulnerable to government confiscation of their gold and silver later on down the line, as happened in 1933 under FDR.

Why are central banks and governments in Europe so eager to make it as difficult as possible for citizens to buy precious metals? It’s largely because unlike every other financial commodity, they don’t have the market completely under their control, and cannot tolerate the idea of people having true power over their own economic destiny.

Secondly it’s because the great foundation stone of the globalists’ plan to create a federalized European superstate and the template for a future world currency – the euro – is crumbling amidst the debt crisis that has engulfed the continent. With eurozone members already preparing to abandon the single currency, the last thing the EU wants to see is European citizens of key member states like France doing the same thing by exchanging their euros for gold and silver.

The bottom line is that the central banks which run the world don’t like the slaves owning anything that they can’t manipulate the value of – it undermines their power monopoly.

In a related development, the London Gold Exchange, an international digital currency trader which has over 100,000 members, announced today that it is “permanently closed for business” due to operational difficulties.

The LGE provided a service whereby it exchanged fiat money for digital currencies stored in online user accounts, including c-gold, Liberty Reserve, Pecunix and v-money.

Article written by Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
Monday, September 26, 2011