In Jim Cook's Archive


I remember a day, about five years ago, when silver dropped to $4.10 an ounce. It was cause for worry. I had staked the company’s future on silver. We had backed off selling rare coins, and even gold. All our marketing was focused on silver. If silver didn’t go up dramatically, we would have to reinvent the company.

We had made a deal with Ted Butler to become our exclusive silver analyst (although he remained independent). Ted had written some exceedingly bullish reports on silver that we had published and sent to our customers. We were aggressively selling silver and the last thing we needed was for silver to start making new lows. I called Ted on the phone. “This doesn’t look good,” I explained to him. He was emphatic. “This is a great buying opportunity,” he said. I wasn’t too sure. Ted recited a litany of reasons why the price dip was temporary. Before I hung up the phone, he had convinced me that silver was still a great thing to own and it would soon be going up.

Since then, I have listened to Ted explain a wide variety of factors that impacted the silver market. Most of these things were unknown until he introduced them. He has pioneered contemporary thinking on the subject of silver. The astonishing facts he has introduced are generally accepted by everyone who follows silver closely these days. He is the only silver analyst who is followed by thousands of silver investors. His cutting edge analysis and clear-cut advice have caused thousands of people to buy silver.

Over and over again, the insights and predictions he has written have come to pass. These days nobody argues or finds disagreement with him. That’s because he has been right so often. People who listened to him early on have made handsome returns. I don’t believe he has been wrong in the past six years he’s been writing for us. With this kind of track record it seems reasonable to listen closely to what he has to say.

The world’s foremost silver expert is now saying silver looks better than ever. He argues that now is the best time to buy it. He has put together a rock solid case for buying silver at current price levels. With that kind of track record, it’s hard not to listen. Call us and buy silver now.

We strongly recommend bags of circulated Kennedy Half Dollars and Franklin Half Dollars. These old half dollars were coin-of-the-realm in the U.S. up until 1964. Each bag contains 2,000 coins and 715 ounces of silver. These half dollars have been heavily melted and these are the survivors. You should own these great coins that are rich in silver. Each bag weighs 55 pounds and is the size of a bowling ball. We ship a bag in two separate plastic buckets weighing 28 pounds each.

If you want to store your silver, 1,000-ounce silver bars are a good way to go. These large 80-pound bars are stored at HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking groups. They stand behind the security of the bars. You get a storage agreement in your name and the serial number of your bar. Nobody can match this storage arrangement. (Other storage programs are in the dealer’s name and don’t give you serial numbers.) They’re a great way to own silver with the safest possible storage program. We also have 100-ounce bars available for storage or for shipping to you.

Complete roll sets of U.S. Silver Eagles are available. This set includes one roll of coins for each year of mintage, from 1986 through 2006. There are 420 coins in 21 rolls of 20. These sets are hard to put together. Call us today and buy some silver.

Call us today at 1-800-328-1860.

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