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The moment you contact Swiss America, our team of trained professionals stand ready to serve you. Everyone at Swiss America, from our account executives to our support staff, plays a vital role in ensuring your Swiss America experience is a pleasant one.

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A private, family-owned firm with 50 experienced account executives to serve you.

Building strong portfolios of U.S. gold and silver coins for our clients.

In 1982, Craig R. Smith (Founder and Chairman) started the company in his home with just $50. It has since grown to one of the largest and most respected firms in the industry.

While our headquarters are in Phoenix, AZ; we work with clients all over the world.

To educate and prepare our clients on how precious metals - in physical form - offer asset protection, security, profit potential, privacy of ownership and peace of mind as well as offset the liabilities of owning other assets.
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Failed banks weren't on FDIC's Problem Bank List
At this point, a government regulatory agency missing the mark shouldn't even shock us ...but it should still concern us. If the FDIC is still in the dark on the weaknesses in our banking system, what chance of staying ahead of the failures do any of us have? Alternative assets shine in times like these. Precious metals have no counterparty risk. Call your Swiss America representative to protect your wealth before the next crisis.
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5 reasons gold and silver will soar
As our financial markets continue to deteriorate around us, more and more people are touting the wisdom of taking a position in gold and silver; and are doing so themselves. There are several reasons this may be very sound advice ... read on for the top five.
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The Bankruptcy Of The US Government
It seems almost farfetched that the US government could go belly up but, the real question is, why wouldn't it? After years of mismanaged financial policies, entitlement programs and money printing, this scenario could prove to be inevitable.