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Don’t Panic: Profit. Why the coronavirus isn’t the pandemic the media WANT it to be.

  If you’re considering gold, there are several ways to buy that I strongly recommend over and above bullion. Call AmFed today for up to the minut...
  • Nick Grovich
AMFED RETURNS TO THE DENNIS PRAGER SHOW

AMFED RETURNS TO THE DENNIS PRAGER SHOW

Jan 20, 2020.  Carefree, Arizona.  AmFed Coin & Bullion is excited to announce its return to The Dennis Prager Show. One of America’s most resp...
  • Nick Grovich
Our 15 minute coin review will reveal your true wealth.

Our 15 minute coin review will reveal your true wealth.

After 40 years in coins and precious metals, we have heard it all and seen it all. Many people come to us asking for help trying to understand the ...
  • Nick Grovich
Collector makes one mistake and missed out on $1.5 million

Collector makes one mistake and missed out on $1.5 million

One lady in Arizona is still kicking herself after she wanted to sell $750,000 worth of numismatic U.S. gold coins, as the price of the precious m...
  • Nick Grovich
Is Gold Going to $2500/$3000?

Is Gold Going to $2500/$3000?

Wealthy people are stocking up on physical gold, as in bullion, coins and bars, according to a recent note from Goldman Sachs. As a result investor...
  • Jill Lee
If you want gold, buy this!

If you want gold, buy this!

I encourage you to read this, then jump to the gold coin section of the AmFed website.  We just locked in an extraordinary deal on MS65 St Gaudens ...
  • Jill Lee
AmFed is now offering their exclusive Coin Performance Review for FREE!

AmFed is now offering their exclusive Coin Performance Review for FREE!

Some experts charge $300 an hour to view a collection, but the AmFed CPR costs $99.99. However, for a limited time we’re offering this service ABSOLUTELY FREE
  • Nick Grovich

Nick's Recommendations: Platinum finally ready for breakout

Platinum seems ready to make its move. ETFs have added 20 tonnes to their holdings while South African wage talks later this year could break down. This would severely limit supplies since approximately 70% of all platinum mined comes from South Africa. Yet this is just one of many reasons platinum may be due to breakout very soon.
  • Nick Grovich
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