Silver Squeeze: Can the COMEX Be Broken? Mike Maloney

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With all eyes on silver this week, take a deep dive into whether or not the COMEX could actually be broken. Is this a sprint to the finish? Or a marathon event? Join Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark as they welcome our new regular guest, Adam Taggart, to our team at GoldSilver. Link to the Thomas Sowell video that Mike mentions: Link to Craig Hemke’s excellent article: Download Mike’s best-selling book for free here: Thanks for sharing and clicking that ‘Like’ button. For those wondering why our videos don’t appear in their subscription feed immediately – we release our clips to our free weekly email readers first, then later we publish to YouTube. Sometimes it’s just hours, sometimes it’s a couple of days later. This is to encourage people to join our free newsletter – because one day, we may not have YouTube to rely on. Join our free newsletter list by going to and entering your email address in the ‘Get Market Alerts’ box at the bottom of the page. As always, thank you for your support. M.

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Cleaning Rare American Coins, Is It Always Bad?

“Cleaned” in reference to coins is probably one of the “Dirtiest” words in the numismatic language. The “C” word is just about as offensive to rare American coin collectors as the “F-bomb” is to the general public. Maybe even more so.

Why Invest in Silver Coins?

There are several reasons why people choose to buy silver coins. Many purchase silver coins for investment purposes, others buy silver as a hobby, and some purchase silver coins in order to construct a collection that they can pass down to future generations.

Rare American Coins, Why Is Cleaning Them So Reprehensible?

According to the history I’ve read concerning coin collecting in the early 20th century, clean coins were the standard. Individual collectors as well as museums engaged in removing tarnish from their silver coins.

American Gold Coin Value and Working With Gold and Silver Dealers

Gold and silver dealers can sell you almost anything you want, because they can get it from some other source. But they all specialize in a limited product range they know well, where they can buy and sell the product at a profit.

Commemorative Coins Collecting

It is a common practice to create a memento of an event, place or a person who is famous. Some of these mementos become more popular than the others. Even though there is a wide range of methods to commemorate those events and people, one of the most impressive and popular method is to commemorate it on a coin. This is because a large amount of attention, artistry and affection is required to create a commemorative coin. The effort that is being spent to create the coin makes the subject honored in an appropriate manner.

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