We are all watching the gold market after seeing Gold increase substantially last Friday.
The past few years have been tough for Platinum. Not too long ago, Platinum engagement rings were the most requested by future brides, in fact, the 2008 Platinum price rose to over $2,000 and ounce. These days the Platinum price is hovering around $980. To many, it seems to have lost its shine.
In today’s world convenience is all important. Convenience means quick and easy. The question is how quick is too quick? Are you sacrificing money because you are being too quick with your finances and selling off gold and precious metals at a loss? For example: in precious metals refining, waiting just a couple of days […]
Whenever I meet a new prospect, the first question I’m always asked is “What percentage do you pay?” The refining industry has focused everyone’s attention on what percentage you’re getting paid. While that is an important question, it’s flawed.
If you have read any major newspaper over the past 24 hours you have seen the headline. The government has moved to control lucrative payday lending practices with a rule that brings the 38 billion dollar industry under federal oversight for the first time.
We are happy to host the 1st Coast Guard Ring Melt here at Pease & Curren this morning. Captains & Cadets were here to witness the event.
Over the last few weeks we have heard so many heartbreaking stories from our friends in Florida and Texas. We have shared posts on disaster preparation from various insurance agencies but feel the need to post our own.
Sometimes we come across the craziest videos about mining and precious metals.
The Wall Street Journal printed a piece this morning recapping how the S&P 500 rose 14% in the first three months of the year with the second quarter earnings on pace to climb roughly 9%. In the precious metals industry typically the declining dollar means bullish for GOLD. In this morning’s piece various corporations comment […]
Survival. Corporate longevity. Documented evidence suggests most companies, even the largest of corporations, remain in business for an average of 40 years. In fact, the average age of companies on the S&P 500 has decreased by more than 50 years over the last century. According to renowned historians the average company lifespan is now 15 […]