Posts Tagged ‘gold’

By Cameron McKirdy

#SurvivalBros swaps fake dollar bills for a more authentic, and traditional unit of exchange (silver) in this HD video production.  Please like, comment, and share this #movie  For more content, take a minute to SUBSCRIBE to the Survival Bros YouTube Channel if you have an account!  Thanks.

You just saw proof that you can still get real silver for silver certificates.  The Government really should honor these novelty items.  But no.  You may only have Federal Reserve Notes.  Thanks!  

After consulting with expert buyers/sellers in my community, the consensus is that paper silver certificates don’t go for more than $2-$5, unless you get a particular year, which I don’t know anything about yet.

But why stockpile silver versus other goods to trade potentially?  Because paying for storage sucks, and I’m condensing my wealth to a smaller physical size.  And silver in undervalued at this time, in my mind.  So I can get more in trade later.

Yeah, but Walmart doesn’t take silver bullion!  Not yet.  And if you have silver coins you can simply take them to the coin shop in your hood to get cash to purchase Chinese garbage and GMOs.  

Well, that dollar with The Rock on it isn’t worth a dollar, so you ripped them off, and you’re a jerk.  Hmmm….I think it’s still redeemable.  And Dwayne Johnson may as well be on our money since it’s so funny.  Audit The Fed.

 Take a second to leave a comment on this blog post, if you’d be so kind.  What do you stockpile just in case, if anything?  Cheers.

Silver Bullion Coins

5 year silver chart

Courtesy of Kitco

By Cameron McKirdy

I was gifted tree resin fit for a King today.  Pictured is a fat handful of Frankincense and Myrrh gum bled from a plant.  My buddy Gypsy Hugh got the aromatic harvest burning on a hot hookah charcoal.  Next, we place the purifying fragrance in my 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon.  The pleasant odor filled my bus with smoke, and the scent should linger for days.  It smells like incense, only more pure, and natural to me.  It was a kind gesture to hot box my vehicle like that, and very appropriate on Christmas Day.  Enjoy the pictures below.  I’d never seen these hardened resins in person, called tears.  

Frankincense and Myrrh xmasFrankincense and Myrrh pictured up close

Frankincense and MyrrhPurifying my camper van with smoking tree resin saved for a special occasion

 

By Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros talks about the value of silver bullion, and shows off some precious metal porn in high-definition video.  Take a look at the Kitco charts, and see if you think now is a good time to invest.  I am not a financial advisor, so do what’s right for you.  In this video production I simply point out the facts, and display some special silver coins for fun.  Subscribe to our YouTube channel if you haven’t already to watch all of the productions.  We appreciate your support.  You can also subscribe to the blog itself by entering your email at the top left side of the webpage.  We’ll have another silver price update for you soon, so stay tuned to your emergency preparedness blog – Survival Bros.  Please comment if you have something to add to the discussion.  Best wishes to all.

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Links mentioned:

Kitco Silver

Coinflation.com

silver american eagle coin

The American Silver Eagle Coin

Produced by Cameron McKirdy

This is our 200th blog post!  I’d like to thank everyone who has supported Survival Bros.  I’ve had many guest authors, steady cameramen, and people behind the scenes feeding me ideas.  Special thanks to local businesses that have allowed me to review their products.  2014 is going to be epic.  Visit often, and please follow us by entering your email, plus subscribe on Youtube.  Now here’s a video that I shot yesterday showing classy, ornate William Henry knives in high definition.  

Survival Bros shops for a new luxury EDC knife at Diamond Showcase, a jeweler in Longview, WA

William Henry KnivesTheir William Henry collection with knives, money clips, and fine pens

William Henry Dinosaur FossilArtisan WH blades made in Oregon

Silver is still climbing! Take a look at this 60 day chart from Kitco. Do you have any precious metal? Preppers know investing in silver and gold is a good hedge against inflation. It’s something to think about. Talk to your local coin shop dealer about different investment options. We are not financial advisors, but selling your precious metals now may be extremely stupid. Real money will never be worth zero. All fiat currencies, aka paper money units of exchange, have eventually been devalued to nothing. Do your homework. Also, below is a interesting 650 year chart of the price of both gold and silver. Did you know silver was once more valuable than gold? That could happen again. Keep prepping.

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By Cameron McKirdy
Interest in silver has been on the decline, but lately it’s making an upward move in the markets. Let’s take a look at how real money has been doing recently.

Right now silver is $31.69 per ounce of .999 fine bullion. It jumped $1.35 today! That’s a big move for silver. It seems all prices are rising. Corn, soy, and gas are now more expensive. Blame it on what you want, floods, drought, refinery fires, but your wallet is getting lighter. Health care costs are going through the roof too. Maybe it’s because we have a private company, The Federal Reserve printing as much funny money as they can, and loaning it to us, and foreign counties, with interest.

The game is rigged, and the economy is fake, so what should we do? Well, in my opinion it’s again time to buy undervalued commodities. Silver is an excellent long-term investment. It will always have intrinsic value. I’m buying. There’s a lot of uncertainty in the markets, and that means as things get worse, people buy silver and gold to hedge against inflation. Inflation robs your purchasing power. It’s a hidden tax.

If you want to physically own precious metals, get to know a coin dealer, or buy from a trusted website. Survival Bros recommends buying generic silver rounds to avoid the high premiums of American Silver Eagles. You could also look for 90% silver, such as pre-1965 circulated coins at a discount. It’s up to you.

I love silver because it’s real money. The money our grandfathers toiled for. Now we have a dishonest currency, backed by nothing but blind faith. It’s a joke. Work forever for paper, or numbers on a computer screen. Ask yourself, what is money?

If silver isn’t your thing, maybe you want to stockpile food, guns, ammo, or even water. Silver is very liquidable, and other consumer goods can be sold easily too. I like stocking up on little knives, lighters, and things like organic tea. My hoard is well rounded.

Look at the silver charts, and see if you think it has an upward trend. It reached $50 an ounce not too long ago. If you picked up just one ounce of bullion a month, soon you’d be ball’n! You don’t have to listen to me, but I bet silver keeps climbing. Buy whatever you can low, and sell high. Hustling 101.

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