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Blog posts tagged with 'precious metal beginners guide'

Adverts and music videos sell the idea that possessions, designer labels and constant spending is a sign of wealth. Whereas the opposite is actually true - Financial success is being in control of our money, not our money in control of us. So, let’s take a look at 10 great financial habits that will help us save money in both the short and long-term.
Investing in Precious Metals can, and is, stressful - because it is investing! And investing our hard earned cash is stressful precisely because it’s 'hard earned'. So, what does the question mean – is it actually the least stressful way to earn money?
We often buy coins from customers and sometimes pick up some very interesting and rare pieces. Many of these coins mark important historical events, often significant to our country and the monarchy. Here are the benefits of owning proof coins.
“You hear that Mr Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.” It’s the perfect quote for this week's article. Here are the top reasons why our current financial system is bound to fail.
The metal in question this week is Rhodium, the rarest of the PGMs. Here are some very interesting facts about this precious metal.
As private investors and people who like to make their money go further, we may have come to a decision that we would like to own some Gold and Silver. Learn more about the different ways of owning these metals – most notably in an EFT (exchange-traded fund) or Physical Metal (coins and bars).
Gold and silver is as much of a commodity as corn. If these are tangible substances, unlike stocks and shares, why does the price fluctuate quite so much as they do? In answering this question we need to further understand the forces affecting the possible price changes in precious metals. Learn more in this week's article.
How can you invest in Gold and Silver for your loved ones? We are able to make investments in under 10 minutes – sometimes very profitable, good and convenient ones. Learn how in this week's article.
The importance of understanding assets and liabilities comes apparent when it is understood that most people suffer financially because they simply don’t have any assets, have too many liabilities and confusing the two. But what do they really mean? And more importantly – are you able to identify which is which in your own lives?
Within the financial articles which appear day after day there are often terms we hear so often we don’t quite understand what they mean. This week, we're going to briefly explore what is meant by Dollar Strength – together with its inverse Dollar Weakness, and most importantly for Bleyer’s clients, how this relates to the price of Gold.