Before you buy or sell gold or silver coins or jewelry, remember the sage advice: 'investigate before you invest.' There are many collecting and investing options available for precious metals
Beaumont, TX (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Smart financial decisions are vital to your future. Discover proven diversification moves from fund managers, estate planners, and Mike Fuljenz, one of the nation's top gold experts for over 30 years, in a free 90 minute session. Freedom First Financial seminars are designed to help you understand smart diversification today, why gold is vital for long-term stability, and how to plan your estate to leave a legacy of freedom with the NRA.
Known as America's Gold Expert, Mike Fuljenz is an award-winning numismatic author of books and newsletters about rare coins and precious metals. He is a frequent interview guest on radio and TV news and personal finance programs, a Benefactor Member of the NRA and is the Official Bullion and Rare Coin Dealer of the NRA.
The Freedom First Financial seminars are free and will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14, in Room 263 of the America's Center.
"Before you buy or sell gold or silver coins or jewelry, remember the sage advice: 'Investigate before you invest.' There are many collecting and investing options available for precious metals, but you should carefully choose before making any purchases or selling," cautions Fuljenz.
The seminar schedule listings on the NRA web site (http://www.NRAAM.ORG) describe Fuljenz as "one of the nation's top gold experts for over 30 years," and the Freedom First financial seminars "are designed to help you understand smart diversification today, why gold is vital for long-term stability, and how to plan your estate to leave a legacy of freedom."
Mike will also be honoring Medal of Honor recipients attending the NRA annual meetings and exhibits with a free, United States Mint Medal of Honor commemorative silver dollar. Even if you are not a medal recipient, the first 100 people visiting the company's booth (#1305) each day at the NRA convention can receive a complimentary copy of a compelling 30 minute "Heroes of America" DVD about the Medal of Honor. The video includes comments by NBC Nightly News anchor and Managing Editor, Brian Williams, a member of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation Board of Directors.
One lucky visitor to the booth will also win a handcrafted Centennial Edition Nighthawk Custom 1911 pistol, one of only six made, with two, rare 1911-dated U.S. gold coins in the grips, compliments of Mike Fuljenz and the Official Bullion & Rare Coin Dealer of the NRA.