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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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'Demons on the horizon' for stocks
Another billionaire sounds the alarm; this time it's Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital. Mr. Gundlach sees trouble ahead on a number of fronts, especially for the dollar. Read on to see his common sense reasoning why a recession is all but guaranteed in the months ahead.
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Even the Fed is Losing Money
Forecasters are often wrong for a variety of reasons but if anyone should get it right, it should be the Fed. Alas, even with a full-time research team and access to all the data available, they still miss the mark quite often. This is a good reminder to keep your portfolio diversified, no matter what the Fed - or the talking heads - are predicting.
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Another FDIC-Insured Bank Is Teetering
Another bank is on the brink of collapse, a headline that's become all too common this year. Chances are good, more failures await; but why? Uninsured deposits and unrealized losses. Sound familiar?