Universal Coin & Bullion and Mike Fuljenz wins NLG Award for "Investor's Profit Advisory" at the 2008 World's Fair of Money

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Michael R. Fuljenz's 'Investor's Profit Advisory' was bestowed the LEE MARTIN FOUNDER'S Extraordinary Merit AWARD under the category of Best Investment Newsletter. The award was presented at the American Numismatic Association (ANA), 2008 World's Fair of Money in Baltimore, Maryland to Universal Coin & Bullion's President, Michael Fuljenz. This accolade marks Fuljenz numismatic career's 27th literary award from the NLG.

It is a humbling experience to have our 'Investor's Profit Advisory' honored so highly by peers. The Newsletter's circulation has increased exponentially over the last few years and this honor will help us grow its readership even faster

Michael R. Fuljenz's 'Investor's Profit Advisory' was bestowed the LEE MARTIN FOUNDER'S Extraordinary Merit AWARD under the category of Best Investment Newsletter. The award was presented at the American Numismatic Association (ANA), 2008 World's Fair of Money in Baltimore, Maryland to Universal Coin & Bullion's President, Michael Fuljenz. This prestigious award, from the Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG) is given for commercial published Investment Newsletters. This accolade marks Fuljenz numismatic career's 27th literary award from the NLG. "It is a humbling experience to have our 'Investor's Profit Advisory' honored so highly by peers. The Newsletter's circulation has increased exponentially over the last few years and this honor will help us grow its readership even faster," stated Mr. Fuljenz.

The Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG) was founded in 1968 by Lee Martin and annually recognizes and rewards literary excellence within the numismatic community. The NLG award banquet is usually part of its summer convention. This year, it was held in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the ANA 2008 World's Fair of Money. The American Numismatic Association (ANA) is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the collection and study of coins, paper money, tokens and medals. It is actively involved in educating and encouraging people to study, collect money and related items. Its membership consists of around 33,000 collectors, numismatist, academics and others who share an interest in numismatics.

The 2008 ANA event was a five-day affair that attracted experts in precious metals, world money, United States currency and coins. The U.S. Treasury Department provided a one billion dollar exhibit which included $100,000 bills, a 1913 Liberty Head nickel valued at three million dollars and many legendary, and seldom-seen early American coins from the Smithsonian's collections. One major rarity from their collection was a 1860 Paquet Reverse, an extremely rare and valuable coin worth at least a couple million dollars. There were also educational seminars and free appraisals of rare coins and paper money.

Universal Coin & Bullion's 'Investor's Profit Advisory' is a 14-year-old newsletter with national circulation, reaching thousands of collectors, numismatists, bullion investors across the United States, and Canada. Mike Fuljenz has been its editor since its inception. The newsletter provides industry leading collecting and investing strategies for the rare coin market, and in-depth numismatic analysis.

About Universal Coin & Bullion, Ltd.:
Universal Coin & Bullion, Ltd. is one of the largest coin companies and is dedicated to providing their clients with award winning information and strategies for the rare coin market. Mike Fuljenz's Universal Coin & Bullion is dedicated to the rare coin markets and offer expertise to numismatic clients nationwide. Universal Coin & Bullion, Ltd. prides itself on providing professional and prompt service to serve its' customers in realizing their collecting or investing goals.

For more information about the 'Investor's Profit Advisory' or Universal Coin & Bullion please visit http://www.universalcoin.com.

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