Here is an the amazing story in regards to a disabled vet who got near to 2,000 oz of silver by ordering uncirculating half dollars from your banks.
The IRS Doesn’t Talk About This Often
Information is power and that is exactly why this isn’t talked about much at the IRS.
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You should be aware this does take some work and a little bit of luck. It’s off to get junk silver from your bank. Some people hit the jack pot while others at worst turn out breaking even. A lots of people think of it as silver coin roll hunting, inside the video he calls it “urban mining”.
I have also found a terrific way to find silver inside a coin that comes in under it’s melt value. It’s a forgotten coin, and you can find them cheap on ebay. Just download my free silver report and I’ll show you how.
So why should you give this ago? Dr. David Eifrig&rsquos Retirement Millionaire says,
“The U.S. government has created a little-known way to own silver – real, hold-in-your-hand silver – for just $2.08.
“This has nothing to do with stocks. And nothing to do with options or anything risky like that.
“Why should this government-created silver investment be of interest to you?
“Well, I believe silver is set to explode in the coming years… and this is one of the best and cheapest ways to own it.”
And the Stock Gumshoe gets down to the meet of junk silver for you personally,
these coins, which largely consist of Mercury and Roosevelt dimes, Standing Liberty and Washington Quarters, and Walking Liberty and Franklin half dollars from 1916-1964 (there are earlier coins, too, those from after the Civil War almost all have the same silver values, but you almost never see them), have a silver content that’s directly correlated to their face value — you may not have noticed, but these are all 90% silver coins and the weight of those coins is precisely correlated, too, so a half dollar weighs five times as much as a dime… and since the silver content is the same proportion, it’s also worth five times as much today as a silver investment.
Bottom line is be on the lookout of these coins whether your going to the bank or not. If one does go to some banks, don’t be rude, don’t draw attention, and it’s probably best if you speak to advance to see if they have any half dollar rolls that you should exchange.
Have fun, and good hunting!