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Are We in the Calm Before the Storm for PHYSICAL Gold and Silver Bullion

Thanks to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suits filed by NGC and CoinWorld, the US Mint has been forced to reveal that 79,640 American Silver Eagle Coins were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 2015, making it the Rarest Coin in the Entire 31 Year ASE Series:

Thanks to readers that donated to the crowdfunding campaign, I’ve been able to force the US Mint through a Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request to hand over documents related to the physical audits of the US official gold reserves stored at the Mint; also referred to as Deep Storage gold.  Although the PDF-package digitally sent to me is redacted, incomplete, includes pages copied twice and materials I didn’t ask for, it’s the closest thing that I’ve ever seen to physical audit documentation of gold at Fort Knox and the other Mint depositories drafted in between 1993 and 2008.

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silver-eagle-coins-sd-bullionWith Silver Prices Smashed Nearly 15% This Week, the US Mint Reports Silver Eagle Sales of 1.4 million coins.
Based On Our Conversations With the CEO and Head of Trading at 2 AP’s However, We Find This Number EXTREMELY Hard To Believe…

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rocketGold and Silver Shrug Off Cartel Raid, Power Out a BIG Finish to a HUGE Week With A Big Outside Reversal, Closing Above Crucial Technical Levels. 
When We Record This Show Next Week, We’re Likely to See Much Higher Prices…
Doc and Dubin Break it All Down…

EagleContrary to Wall Street’s assertion that gold and silver demand continue to implode heralding much-lower precious-metals prices, the US Mint silver coin sales says these American Eagle coins are selling like hotcakes.
On December 31st it reported that 2015 sales of its gold bullion coins soared 53% above 2014’s levels, while silver-bullion-coin sales hit an all-time record!
That’s impressive considering 2015’s poor price action.

After setting a third annual sales record in 2015, sales of American Silver Eagle coins are off to an explosive start.
First day sales of 2016 American Silver Eagles to the U.S. Mint’s Authorized Purchasers were a massive 2,756,500 coins…