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Blue Ridge quarters circulate fast

An enthusiastic reader emailed me the news that he had received a 2015 Blue Ridge Parkway quarter in change in Utah. He noted that the Mint is not even selling its Blue Ridge rolls and bags to collectors yet. Obviously, he was pleased to get it so quickly after the coin reached the banking system. […]
 

Stock Market Investors Avoid the “Herd” Like the Plague

Porter Stansberry writes: If you’ve been following my series this week, you know we’re working our way through the desert – the Rub’ al Khali. That’s the “Empty Quarter,” the vast sand desert that lies in the heart of the Arabian Peninsula. Lose your way here, and you’re dead within hours. It’s the perfect metaphor […]
 

Royal Mint Celebrates Princess Charlotte Christening with Gold and Silver Coins

Following the recent announcement of the arrangements for the christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, the royal household has agreed that The Royal Mint should create a range of official United Kingdom coins to commemorate this historic event. The Royal Mint will create these new coins to mark Princess Charlotte’s christening, which will take place […]

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Texas Numismatic Association Coin Convention Report 2015. VIDEO: 3:18.

The Texas Numismatic Association has been holding an annual convention for 57 years. Show promoter Doug Davis talks about the results and outcome for Texas’s largest coin convention. Copyright © CoinWeek June 2015 COINWeek is the most advanced independent on-line media source for print and video Rare Coin and Currency news; with analysis and information contributed by leading […]

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When Will US Debt Hit the Wall?

As I see it, the following are true: Debt is increasing far more rapidly than growth in the underlying economies that must support that debt. Although this is also true in Japan, the UK, and Europe, I’ll focus on the US. Revenue is increasing but less rapidly than debt. This is a problem. There will […]