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Monday, February 28, 2011

Coin Buying Tips

Set a limit and stick to it

- It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of finding a coin (or two) you’ve been looking for and spending more than you should. If you set a limit on how much you’re going to spend before going to a coin show or into a coin shop it’ll be easier to stay within your budget.

Don’t invest more money than you can afford to lose. Nothing is guaranteed to go up in value.

Look for coins graded by a major grading service

- There’s lots of grading services but not all of them are reputable. Become familiar with the major services and stick with them.

Buy from established dealers or shops

- You wouldn’t buy stocks from just anyone and you shouldn’t buy coins from just anyone either. At least not unless you’re a long time expert. Buying from reputable dealers or shops gives you the ability to return the coin if you decide you’re not happy with it.

If it sounds too good to be true

- Yep, it probably is. Nobody’s giving coins away, so that unbelievably cheap coin is probably just that-cheap.

Major coin shows can be a great place to find both a large selection and a large variety. The dealers come from all over the country and they’re very knowledgeable. And they’re usually quite willing to share their knowledge.

Buy a good book on coin grading, then you can learn about the grading for the coins you’re interested in before you buy them.

Charles Hopson
skype: cphopson

Article compliments of skaDoogle

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Numis Network Announces They Will Buy Back Your Autoship at 100% for 5 Years

Numis Network Announces They Will
Buy Back Your Autoship at 100% for 5 Years

Numis Network, a gold and silver mlm based out of Tampa, Florida, has lost their mind. Last night, at the Bally’s hotel in Las Vegas, they announced something that has NEVER been done before in the homebased business arena. In fact, it is probably something that will never be done by anyone else. Numis Network announced that any coin you receive through the coin of the month autoship, they offer a 100% buyback guarantee for 5 years. What does that actually mean?
Numis Network Is The Lowest Risk MLM in History

What is the biggest fear most network marketers face when joining a network marketing company? I believe it is to get stuck with a garage full of product that they cannot do anything with that their spouse points out daily reminding them of their non-success and the wonderful statement of “I told ya so”. Now, Numis Network is the ONLY company in the network marketing arena where that can actually never, ever happen as the company is now offering a 100% money back guarantee on any autoship silver coin of the month for up to 5 years. Here are some objections that Numis Network reps no longer face:

Q. How can I sell the coins?
A: You can always get 100% of your money back for 5 years by selling to the company

Q: How much will these coins be worth in 5 years?
A: You can always get 100% of your money back for 5 years by selling to the company

Q: What if gold and silver decrease in value?
A: You can always get 100% of your money back for 5 years by selling to the company
Numis Network vs Bullion

A common objection Numis Network reps face is that some prefer to buy bullion as an investment. They say that if the economy worsens, bullion will hold it’s value and numismatic coins will not. That has not been true historically but let’s take a deeper look at that. There is a certain financial guy out there, I won’t say his name but it rhymes with Bike Baloney. Mr. Baloney is a middle man for gold and silver and is a reseller of gold and silver. That explains why his prices on gold and silver bullion are about the highest in the industry but he has done a great job of promoting and marketing and so a lot of people do make purchases with him. Yesterday his price on silver eagle bullion coins was over $38 (my three sources were $36) and his buyback guarantee was $33. That $5 spread is the largest spread in bullion I have ever seen with any company as most are $1-$2 but it makes sense as he is a reseller and has to have that type of spread. Numis Network is offering a buyback of 100% for up to 5 years versus make $5 out of of a $38 purchase the same day. Pretty darn cool. Oh yeah, there is no way to make an income with the simple purchase of bullion. My recommendation: Build Numis Network and then use some of your commissions to buy bullion (from a better priced place than Mr. Baloney of course).
Numis Network Vs. The Others

Are you spending money on something that you really would prefer not to have a garage full of? When you are talking to new prospects for your business, can you tell them that the worst case scenario is they get to sell their product back to the company and get their money back?

Whether you like numismatic coins or not, isn’t it pretty darn amazing to have this sort of guarantee in place that the owners put their money where their mouth is? Now, some of you might think, well Ray, with gold and silver doing what it is doing, that is pretty low risk for the company…well, doesn’t that mean it is always very low risk for anyone that joins Numis Network? Game on!

Charles Hopson
skype: cphopson

Friday, February 11, 2011

Software For Coin Collecting: The Smarter Way To Collect Coins

It is a common coin collecting problem: too many coins, not enough information on what kinds of coins to collect, or a disorganized group of collectibles.

The solution?

There are programs that are especially created for computer use, commonly known as software. Coin collecting software packages are created by professionals to help those who are having a hard time organizing and tracking their coin collections.

These systems keep classifying, organizing, and cataloging coins at your fingertips while trying to find other coins that a collector might want to add to his personal collection.

Other advantages of these software packages for coin collecting are:

1. Organizer buddy

It is a coin collector’s best friend. Coin collecting software packages are exclusively created to help the hobbyist organize, manage, and track their coins fast and without difficulty. With almost 300 billion coins that were manufactured by the U.S. Mint alone, who could sort through all of these coins to find the ones they would like to own?

2. Statistical reports provider

With these coin collecting software programs the collector to easily record statistical reports about coin collecting for quick references in the future.

3. Provides numerous ways to interpret, view, and access coin collecting data

With software packages, every coin collector can easily view his data in many ways. He can either choose to view the data in tabular form or in virtual form or can modify these tables and generate reports with just one click.

4. Provides easy-to-use templates

Coin collecting software packages are perfect even for the “newbies” in information technology. This is because there are templates that are available at any time for the recording and organization of data. The collector can then just enter the data he needs to log without having to use complicated formulas.

5. Saves more time

With these software packages, the coin collector will be able to save time organizing his coin records, leaving ample time for other activities. This means spending less time organizing and managing coins and more time for enjoying the hobby.

The tedious job of keeping a systematic record is sometimes the main reason some coin collectors give up the hobby, and why employing such tools will make coin collecting more enjoyable.

Using computer technology is the better way to make coin collecting easier.

Charles Hopson
skype: cphopson

Article compliments of skaDoogle

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Nice Try Numis Network, I prefer Bullion! Company: Numis Network Posted by Ray Higdon on Feb 1, 2011 8:43 am

All The Financially Savvy Network Marketers Laughed When They Heard They Were COLLECTIBLE COINS

Buying collectible coins in the type of financial Armageddon we are in sounds insane, doesn't it? I mean seriously, wouldn't it make a whole lot more sense to just buy bullion and capitalize on the movement of precious metal prices as this economy goes down the tubes? If people are shooting at each other for canned goods and supplies, wouldn't you rather have something you can barter with?

bullion vs collectible coinsAs always, the devil is in the details

Numis Network is a gold and silver COLLECTIBLE coin network marketing company. They promote graded government issued gold and silver coins. They do not even sell bullion. The biggest question I had was, would you ever want to buy collectible coins in this financial apocalypse? The answer is, it depends.

An Interesting Question…

What would you rather have? A residual income that comes in monthly, Or speculate on a capital gain? With bullion you CANNOT legally make a residual income. Many companies, since the 1980’s have tried to do bullion in an MLM, it has failed 100% of the time. So, if you want to know if you should buy bullion or look at Numis Network, here is how you can tell:

- If you have plenty of money to last you the rest of your days and/or you do not feel like adding another stream of income, you are probably fine simply buying bullion. I also want to say congrats to you for being this financially stable, not too many people are in this category.

- If you are more like me, still have a few bills to pay and put food on the table and actually like the idea of making an income, you might consider Numis Network

But Ray, I can make money doing other things in mlm!

OK, I gotcha, however, let’s assume you DO believe that the world is getting worse off than better and the strength of the US dollar is getting worse, not better. Even though you proudly prefer bullion over collectible coins (like I do), what would you rather have and do in an apocalyptical society?

- Have a garage full of antioxidants and continue to attempt to sell premium priced juices, bars and shakes in a society that is storing up for canned goods? Or, have collected graded gold and silver assets that will always have a value?

- Be promoting a technology product (that gets cheaper everyday or is now free) or have more gold and silver assets that have appreciated in value while the economy tanked?

- Have spent all your cash to simply invest in bullion versus spend money from a residual income you have created to buy bullion?

One of the reasons I do Numis Network is we have the ONLY mlm product you would want in a crushed economy. As you see the price of gold and silver continue to soar, more and more people will gain interest and Numis has the ONLY legal way to create a residual income with gold and silver. People ask me what Numis Network will do if silver goes to $1,000 an ounce. The answer is, I might sell some of my coins. Might I bust my graded coin out of its package to buy an acre of real estate? Perhaps. Try doing that with any other product in MLM.

Agree with me or think I am WAY off base? Tell me your thoughts quickly at the bottom of this post!

Ray Higdon

PS: DId you know if you had bought collectible coins vs bullion the last 20 years you would have actually made more money?