Silver Bullion Videos: Popular Low Cost Rounds

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PMBull has added additional silver round pages to its silver bullion guide, where you can find the best prices on a variety of silver bullion coins, rounds and bars. We’ve included the videos for these rounds below, but encourage you to click-through to the full review pages for more information on them.

OPM Silver Rounds

The first video features OPM Silver Rounds, which are a great choice for those seeking the lowest cost option, but do not wish to sacrifice quality. OPM is the largest precious metals refiner in the U.S. and produces a wide variety of gold and silver bullion.

April 11, 2014 Update  -  Back In Stock – At just $0.75 over spot for any quantity at a top dealer, these OPM silver rounds have been overwhelmingly popular due to the quality of the mint that produces them, and the unbeatable price. – See Them Here or view alternatives in our Silver Rounds Guide

Get more information on OPM Silver Rounds, including buying tips, best price dealers and reviews, on the OPM Silver Rounds page.

Sunshine Minting Silver Rounds

This next video shows off the high quality Sunshine Minting Silver Rounds, which feature anti-counterfeiting technology. Sunshine is one of the most respected and well recognized mints, producing some of the highest quality silver rounds on the market. The amazing thing is that these rounds, complete with the anti-counterfeit seal and brand new remain very low priced compared to some rounds selling in the secondary market.

For buying tips, best price dealers and reviews, see the Sunshine Minting Silver Rounds page.

If you want to see more information, locate dealers with the best prices, read reviews or leave your own quick reviews on these silver bullion options, please visit each round’s respective page, linked above.

The Death of Money by Jim Rickards – Giveaway

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thedeathofmoneyIn his newest book, The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System, Jim Rickards tells us that “only nations and individuals who make provision today will survive the maelstrom to come.”

In his best selling prior release, Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis, Rickards details a full-blown currency crisis that occurs inside war games held by the Defense Department, where his team won. Rickards was playing the part of China. In that book, Rickards argues that the collapse of the U.S. Dollar is greater than any other economic threat and that a crisis is inevitable.

Rickards continues where he left off with The Death of Money. In this newest book, Rickards prepares readers by encouraging the conversion of fiat currency into real, tangible assets that can better serve as stores of value. These assets include gold, land and even fine art.

Enter to Win an Autographed Copy of The Death of Money

PMBull is so looking forward to this new book from Rickards that we’ve decided to give a copy away. We’ve obtained advanced, autographed copies of this book and one lucky PMBull reader will be chosen to receive one! The autographed copies of The Death of Money should arrive shortly, in advance of the official release, and one copy will be given to a loyal PMBull visitor that enters below. Continue Reading …

There Is No Gold Shortage: New Source Discovered (Joke)

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Somali Gold LetterWe are finding it necessary to clearly disclose that this post is a joke. The email we reference appears to be nothing more than a different version of the Nigerian Scam. Many other websites certainly received this email, and it should not be taken seriously. Really, did we have to post this disclaimer? Yes, sadly, we did.

PMBull received an email this morning (below) that puts to rest the idea that a gold shortage has been developing. Nevermind repeated instances of Negative GOFO, or significant withdrawals from the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) by authorized participants, or the record imports of gold into China through Hong Kong. The email we received proves that there is plenty of gold available and that gold producing countries are in fact having difficulty finding buyers. So much difficulty that they are offering to provide samples of kilogram bars at what we presume to be “deeply discounted” prices.

Many die-hard gold buyers have also recently come to the conclusion that there is no shortage. After all, there must be a lot of gold to sell, given the quantity that has been dumped on the market to suppress prices, right? The debate in recent days has turned to where the gold being sold is actually coming from, and there are theories about that floating around out there. Continue Reading …

Gold Shortage Developing Again?

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Where is all the gold in the gold ETF SPDR Gold Trust (Symbol GLD) going, and why? Could we be looking at a developing gold shortage again?

Year to date, actual physical gold inventory in the GLD is down over 30%. Gold inventory in Sprott’s Physical Gold Trust (PHYS) is down only 1.3%. Further, silver inventory in the Silver ETF (SLV) is actually up 3%.

Hmmm… There is certainly a correlation between gold and silver prices. There is certainly a correlation between Spot Gold Prices and GLD’s price per share. And of course there is a correlation between the price per share of GLD and Sprott’s physical fund. This is expected.

Yet, there is no correlation between the actual inventory levels in these funds. Which leads us back to our opening question. Where is all the Gold in the gold ETF SPDR Gold Trust (Symbol GLD) going, and why?

Many don’t understand the relationship between the GLD, the bullion banks and COMEX, where gold futures are traded and spot gold prices are at least partially derived. Mr. Furguson over at TF Metals Report does.

In his latest public missive, Mr. Furguson puts together a variety of data to draw (prove?) a pointed conclusion about the status of physical gold supply:

“The GLD is being consistently and regularly pillaged by the bullion banks as they desperately search for gold to settle their obligations.”

  -Turd Furguson, TF Metals Report

You see, the GLD has something called “authorized participants” which are essentially the bullion banks (JPM, HSBC, etc.). These banks have frequently sold paper gold futures on COMEX. If the buyers of these Gold Futures demand delivery of actual physical metal in future settlement months, the banks have to come up with real, physical gold to meet those delivery demands. Continue Reading …

More Bullion Content Added: Buffalo Silver Rounds Page

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Buffalo Silver RoundAs part of our ongoing expansion of content in PMBull’s Physical Bullion guides, a new page dedicated to Buffalo Silver Rounds has been released. On this page, you will be able to view pictures, descriptions, reviews, mint notes, buying tips and recommended dealers.

As one of the most popular rounds, the Buffalo is the first in a series that will be addressed in more detail on PMBull, through our Physical Silver Bullion pages. PMBull visitors will be able to provide their own reviews, including video, as well as tips for buying, mint notes and images.

Visit PMBull’s Silver Bullion guide for tips on finding the best price dealers, or see our recently released Silver Rounds section, where we list some of the most popular dealer offers today. We will continue to provide more review pages for each individual silver product and note them here.

As always, you will still be able to view live, 24-hour Spot Silver and Spot Gold prices on each of their respective pages, where the most popular physical bullion products are listed, along with news and commentary on the precious metals markets.

We hope you like the information we provide and if you do, please drop us a note at our contact page, linked in the footer of this page. Stay tuned, as PMBull will continue to add more content and information on Gold and Silver markets and products.