What are precious metals?
For simplicity, we shall regard "
precious metals" as gold,
palladium...in the form of coins, bars, or ingots.
What is "bullion"?
Just another term for "precious metals"
Why should I buy gold/silver?
Precious metals may not be for everyone!
We recommend precious metals only to those who can AFFORD
to be prepared and are not concerned about earning interest
on every investment dollar. Precious metals do not
pay interest or dividends in the traditional sense,
but they do offer monetary security because precious
- instantly liquid (NOTE: all precious metals products sold by MJPM Inc. are easily liquidable on the National and International markets).
- gold coins can add diversity and liquidity to a portfolio weighed down with paper assets
- a convenient and popular tangible asset
- an excellent balance to your portfolio
- desired - wars have been fought over gold and silver
- a store of value weighed against inflation
(gold has traditionally kept up against the
wrath of inflation).
How will owning gold, silver, and/or rare coins help during financial chaos?
Many experts believe that when a monetary or financial crisis occurs, America's banking system may well collapse or be suspended temporarily, leaving people without any means to participate in daily commerce ( such as paying your bills or going to the supermarket).
Whether this comes to pass or not...this relates back to whether or not you can afford precious metals...those who live from check to check...probably won't have to worry about it...
However, those Americans who have personal wealth, income, a
desire to maintain their level of financial stability, security and very importantly, a family of loved ones, can not
risk being caught in a monetary crisis without owning a combination of
gold coins and
(You are buying gold, silver, or rare coins because of the
aforementioned reasons and because YOU CAN AFFORD to be
ARE YOUR SAFETY NET IN TIMES OF CRISIS!!!
POPULAR PRECIOUS METALS QUESTIONS
What size/denomination of
gold bullion coins should I buy?
We recommend that you buy an assortment of the fractional
gold coins, such as the 1/10 ounce, 1/4 ounce, and the
1/2 ounce gold coins. Extremely large holdings
should contain the 1 ounce coins and a combination of $10 and $20 pre 1933 U.S. gold coins for major financial storage (also see rare coin investments).
Who makes the gold coins?
Many countries from all over the globe have active
gold/silver bullion programs. The U.S. Government makes
American Eagle gold coins and
American Eagle silver coins. You can
purchase these at mjpm.com.
What kind of gold and
silver coins do you recommend?
At mjpm.com we advise our clients to buy American Eagles!
The American Eagle program is one of the most aggressive programs in the world and the Eagle is recognized in most all countries in the "modern" world (making it instantly liquid for cash if necessary).
The United States Treasure developed the
American Eagle coin program in 1986 to be competitive
in the worlds precious metals market. The Eagles are
struck at the mint in gold,
coin form to make them acceptable in commerce. The
American Eagle program is the largest, most recognized,
and most successful program in the world! BUY AMERICAN!
How do I sell my
Check out our mjpm.com
website...you will have live/active buy/sell spreads and prices posted daily for your convenience of tracking your holdings as often as you like.
Do you report our transactions to anyone?
There is no reporting of transactions when you buy precious metals, rare coins or paper money. All transactions are held in strict privacy as allowed by State of Oregon and Federal laws.
Are transactions reportable when I sell?
Be sure and check with your accountant to help
you with this. In many cases the transaction is
reportable...but quantities vary to qualify as
reportable (check with your accountant or call MJPM for more more details). American Eagle's are exempt from reporting if quantities do not exceed a commodity contract volume (100 - one ounce coins). Again, be sure to call MJPM or check with your tax adviser.
If you have questions?
Please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org - or call us at 1-(800)-279-4337 for more assistance. Thank you!