2019 Real Money Perspectives - The War Against Economic Freedom

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Swiss America's 37th Anniversary issue of REAL MONEY PERSPECTIVES offers our economic outlook for the markets in 2019 - which are becoming more volatile with each passing day. Readers will find a time-tested strategy to build a solid portfolio that's able to withstand today's uncertain future. Topics covered include; The economic consequences of politics, Why gold and silver are still excellent values, Why stagflation risks are rising and more.

Gold Products

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Gold, Silver & Platinum Bullion Coins

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Swiss America offers an array of U.S. and foreign gold, silver and platinum bullion coins. Popular U.S. coins include gold and silver American Eagles and the new gold American Buffalo coins. Swiss America also sell coins from many, many other countries, such as Argentina, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, France, Great Britain, Isle of Man, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, and Switzerland. Pure bullion gold coins are minted by the millions annually and are usually available in one-ounce, half-ounce, quarter-ounce, and tenth-ounce weights.

Bullion coins offer a solid, precious metal hedge from financial uncertainty and instant liquidity worldwide. But bullion prices can be volatile due to ETFs or short-term speculation and do not offer the privacy of ownership that numismatic gold provides.
(Read more on the history of gold, silver & platinum bullion)

Generic Numismatic Coins


Numismatic is defined as "the study and/or collecting of rare coins, medals, and related objects." Generic Numismatics refer to the most popular common-date investment- grade coins, such as the $20 Liberty, $20 Saint Gaudens gold coins and famous Morgan Silver Dollars.

Investment-grade coins (graded Mint-State 62 and above) are traded daily worldwide based on their scarcity, independently certified condition and market demand, thus meeting all of the qualifications for both investors and collectors. Numismatic coins are 100% private and considered one of the few "non-reportable" assets remaining.
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Rare Gold Coins

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Rare U.S. numismatic coins are true American treasures, highly sought after worldwide because very few coins from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century have survived in such pristine condition (Uncirculated or Proof mirror-finish).

U.S. rare coins have historically outperformed bullion coins because of their very limited supply and ever growing demand.

Dr. Ray Lombra's Congressional Study documented that a diversified portfolio of U.S. rare coins had a 14.3% per-year growth rate over a 25-year period (1973-1998).
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Precious Metal IRAs

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Did you know the U.S. Government has allowed Americans to place certain types of U.S. gold and silver coins into retirement plans since 1986? It's true!

Own precious metals now with no out-of-pocket cost! Save on taxes by rolling over your retirement plan into U.S. gold coins!

We can help you transfer paper assets into gold with no tax penalties or new contributions, by converting an existing IRA or other retirement fund into a "Self-Directed Precious Metal IRA".
(Read more about Precious Metal IRAs)

STRATEGY: We suggest all forms of coins be held for a minimum of 3-5 years, longer if possible. In the world of U.S. numismatic coins, it is the highest quality coins which usually have the best appreciation record over the long term.


LIFE AFTER GOOGLE: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy

Written by Staff Writer

The Shape of Things to Come


by George Gilder - Regnery Gateway, 7.18.18 release, $28.99 retail
Review by David Bradshaw, Idea Factory Press

"Google's algorithms assume the world's future is nothing more than the next moment in a random process. George Gilder shows how deep this assumption goes, what motivates people to make it, and why it's wrong: the future depends on human action." -Peter Theil, PayPal co-founder