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Silver Mining | The Search for Gleaming Metal

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Peru’s Dirty Gold

The Amazon rainforest is home to 10 percent of the world’s known species, and its ancient trees remove millions of tons of carbon dioxide per year from the atmosphere. Its pristine forests, however, are increasingly under threat. The soil underneath some of the rainforests is laced with gold, and each year, thousands of kilometres of

How the Trump-North Korea Situation is Stimulating Gold

In the last few weeks, there has been a lot of tension in the Pacific as the Trump Administration decided to mobilise military forces near to the Korean Peninsula, a region that has always been hot. It was clear from the beginning that Trump was going to have a very different approach regarding the US

The Life of a Happy, High-Tech Gold Prospector in Australia

Gold Prospector in Australia

Most people could think that lonesome gold prospecting is something from the past, only seen today in western movies. But the truth is that there still are many enthusiasts out there, especially in those areas of the world where gold is still abundant. Today, we are going to talk about John Gladdis, a quite experienced

American Eagle Gold Coins for investment purposes

The American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins could be said to be the fastest gold bullion coins to establish a solid market position compared to all other gold bullion coins. This star gold bullion investment coins which were minted from gold that is mined within the borders of the United States are also considered legal tender

Gold / Silver Manipulation & The Story of Gold

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Alaska Gold : Deposited with an estimated worth of $500 Billion

Bristol Bay in southwest Alaska is home to the last great wild sockeye salmon fishery, and to mineral deposits estimated to be worth nearly $500 billion. probes the fault lines of a growing battle between those who depend on this extraordinary fishery for a living, the mining companies pushing to extract the minerals and the

Gold’s role in short and long term protection for lower-middle income individuals / families

Gold and wealth is often viewed hand in hand, with gold no longer being a modern measure of wealth alone, many people still believe that buying gold is only an activity for the rich, the reality is nothing could be farther from the truth. A large majority of gold is produced in one ounce bars

Britains Biggest Heists: The Brinks Mat Gold Bullion Robbery

At the Heathrow International Trading Estate on 26 November 1983, a robbery took place which seen the criminals escape with just over 3 tonnes of pure gold bullion, worth an estimated 26 million dollars at the time. Over 3 decades later, only 50% of the bullion has been accounted for, 50% remains missing, and only

Gold buy-back schemes

Typically regarded as a “safe haven” in times of economic instability and as a hedge against devaluation, gold is the kind of precious metal that only some can resist. Usually purchased in its physical form through jewelers, goldsmiths, or banks, it represents wealth and a store of value as well as a means of passing