By John Pack – Stack’s Bowers…. The Twin Leaf Collection of Large Cents is the current finest collection of Middle Date and Late Date large cents, 1816-1857. It also includes the extremely rare Patterns of 1868, in Nickel and Copper, as well as more than 50 Proofs from 1817 to 1857–an unparalleled selection of these […]
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Since 2011 the financial markets have been dominated by rises in paper markets and declines in commodity markets. Group One Paper Examples: T-Bonds, US Dollar Index, S&P 500 Index Group Two Commodity Examples: Crude Oil, Sugar, Wheat, Gold, Silver Group One markets are “paper” markets in fiat debt, fiat currency, and paper equities. They are […]
Do you sometimes turn a question over and over in your mind…and suddenly the answer comes to you? That was my experience as I kept asking the question…”Why did the market top come on April 27?” I had done shorter-term calculations and arrived at the 7.525 year (90.3 months + 7 days) calculation from the […]
Sean Brodrick writes: Precious metals are stuck in low gear (though the miners are starting to look much better). Many Oxford Club Members have asked how they should fulfill the metals portion of their portfolios. I believe one outperformer this year will be zinc. It’s already up 12.9% since March 17. That’s much better than […]
By Industry Council for Tangible Assets…. Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R) signed House Enrolled Act No. 1046–an Act concerning interim study committees–on April 15, 2015. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana: SECTION 1. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2015] (a) The legislative council is urged to assign the following topics […]
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