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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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Was America Just Attacked?
Was Thursday's communication disruption a fluke? Or was there a more sinister cause at the root? We will likely never know the truth but moments like these remind us how vulnerable we are, with other world powers having the capability to shut down our communications systems in a flash. That would affect every aspect of our lives, from our livelihood to our safety.
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Avg US Household Costs: Up $1019 per month
This headline is something you'll never hear the talking heads in DC admit. Instead, they keep manipulating the numbers to make our economy seem rosier than it is. Anyone who feeds a family or heats a home knows differently. US households are spending over $1,000 MORE per month in expenses than they were just three short years ago. And it's unlikely to improve given our current trajectory.
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No soft landing
Several sources - for several months - have suggested a crash is coming in 2024; but why now? The Fed can no longer contain the debt or bolster the economy with free money. The day of reckoning, for four years of reckless spending, may be nigh.