Why should you stack Gold and Silver coins

Why stack Gold and Silver coins?  Why not?  Especially the way our American dollar is headed.  A dollar is worth a lot less than it was 20 years ago.  Let’s face it, your money does not buy what it used to buy.  I see it every time I go to the grocery store.

Just a few years ago I could purchase a week’s worth of groceries for about $100 for 2 people.  Now in the year 2021, it is between $135 and 150.  That is incredible.

Gold and Silver bullion are two of the most sought-after assets for most investors.  But what about the average Joe.  Most people think that they don’t have the money to invest in precious metals.  They believe they have to have a lot of money to invest.

Before we go any further, some people want to know if gold and silver coins are available in their state?  Check out this post I did on:  What states have accepted gold and silver as legal tender.

How to collect coins regularly with ease

I am here to tell you that you can start stacking coins today.   I work with a company that helps the average Joe the ability to be able to buy some Gold and Silver with either a little amount of money or a lot of money.

We try to get people used to buying a coin a month.  In this way, they don’t feel the impact of purchasing coins all at once.  Just think that after a year you will have 12 beautiful coins that grow in value over time.  I am talking about Numismatic coins.  This makes it easier to stack gold and silver coins.

These are collectible coins that will be worth more money in a few years than what you paid for them.  And the most important part is you can’t wait for the Fed-ex truck to arrive with your beautiful new coin.

Check out my video to the right that says “Christmas in April.”

Stacking Gold and Silver bullion is how people accumulate Gold and Silver in a physical form.  There is something about actually holding these coins in the palm of your hand.  It just feels right!

Most people who stack these coins hold on to them for the long term.  That is why most people stack Gold and Silver for their future or their children’s future.

Good reasons for collecting gold and silver coins?

Silver and gold are two coveted precious metals that, over 5,000 years, have outlasted virtually any civilization or economic system in existence today.  Imagine holding a stack of gold or silver in your hands.  I tell you it is a great feeling.

This last year has shown us that the United States is on an economic and political path like no other.  The dollar is not stable and we have to do something to keep whatever we have safe.  Should the world economies collapse and the dollar shrinks, people who have been stacking will sleep very well at night.

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Surely, the benefits of stacking silver and gold are many. They usually come down to one important thing: versatility. These metals can be traded with little hassle while offering security and personal wealth in ways that no other asset can.

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What States have accepted Gold and Silver as Legal Tender?

There are great signs of encouragement that sound money is taken place in West Virginia.  They have announced plans to remove taxation on precious metals as of July 19, 2019.

 

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What states have accepted Gold and Silver as their legal tender?  The images in gold below show you what states are now accepting gold and silver as legal tender.

There are great signs of encouragement that sound money is taken place in West Virginia.  They have announced plans to remove taxation on precious metals as of July 19, 2019.

3 other states have passed legislation recognizing gold and silver as legal tender.  Those states are Louisiana, Texas, and Utah.

Now if the private sector can get on board and reintroduce gold and silver as payment for goods and services we just need a way of creating that payment easier to achieve.  The very next step is for the common person to be able to create an electronic system that would make this all possible.

Over time this will enable other states to accept gold and silver as legal tender.  And then this will inject sound money into the American economy.

Imagine people getting gold and silver in their tax returns. So if current developments favor certain states, then it is only a matter of time that the rest of the states will follow.  And this will definitely be a big comeback of gold and silver over the Fiat system we now have!

Below is a list of states that have gold and silver as legal tender.  Check them out.

I hope you found some of this information helpful.  Please leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts on making sound money (gold & silver) a part of our legal tender.  I myself think it is a great idea.  Personally, I have seen how the American dollar has lost its value.

I remember about 10 years ago when I could get a week’s worth of groceries for me and my husband for about $85.  Then over time, I noticed something happening with the number of groceries I bought and how much more they cost.  Fast forward 10 years later and that same amount of food for me and my husband now costs $150.  That is insane.

Anyway if you would like to know how to start investing in gold and silver, contact me for some info.  There is no obligation on your part.  What have you got to lose except for a few minutes of your time?

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Are you working harder for more money?

Are you working harder for more money?

And that is just to cover the basics!  It’s not just you. Higher costs and added financial pressures on families today are causing fear, uncertainty, and doubt on a large scale.

What’s happening with your money?  It’s in the numbers….

-1913 Federal Reserve is created.  The dollar was worth $1.00

-1933 FDR’s executive order makes it illegal to hold gold coins, bullion, or certificates.  The   dollar is now worth $.75

-1944 Bretton Woods establishes the USD as the world’s reserve currency.  The dollar is   worth  $.50

-1971 Nixon closes the “gold window,” ends the Bretton Woods agreement, & begins the modern-day fiat currency system. The dollar is now worth $.25.

The dollar has lost around 96% of its value since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913.

Example: Let’s say your family had a trust in 1913 with $1,000,000 in it and lost the same value n purchasing power as the chart above.  You are the lucky person to get the money out today.  How much would you be getting?

Answer:  Between $40,000 and $50,000 Why? Increased money supply.

Price increases from 2000-2018  (Source of Labor Statistics).
  • The food at home went up 43%,
  • car insurance up 97%,
  • College tuition up 151%
  • Medical care up 97%,

Let me show you the case for sound money ( just a fancy name for Gold and Silver)

In 1965 if you had $2500 in cash or 2500 ounces of silver you would be able to buy a brand new Ford Mustang.  Fast forward to today that $2500 in cash might buy you the tires and front seats.  But that 2500 ounces of silver today would almost buy you two Ford Mustangs.  Unbelievable.

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After seeing those stats does your financial future seem more challenging?  But why aren’t your financial professionals telling you?  Because they make little to nothing in commissions.  Besides, they want you to think it’s not important to know the secret of sound money!

I just wanted to give you a little taste of why I believe you should own sound money.  I will be doing a weekly post on this subject.  I collect gold and silver for my future and the future of my children.  I am building a legacy.  Do you have a plan in place to leave a legacy for your family?

I hope you enjoyed my post.  Please be kind and leave a comment below.  I would love to have your feedback on the subject of sound money!

Irene Franzese

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