People don’t need to grab a shovel and start digging to find cheap gold and silver. There’s plenty of gold, silver and platinum to be found right in your neighborhood or by using your computer.
Willow, AK (PRWEB) February 01, 2012
IFind Entertainment announces the publication of the new book, Cheap Gold and Silver: How to find amazing deals on gold and silver. It's a guidebook to finding cheap gold, silver and platinum at places such as garage sales, rummage sales, moving sales, yard sales, estate sales, thrift stores, auctions, flea markets and online using web sites like eBay and Craigslist.
With gold and silver soaring to record prices in the last few years coupled with the lack of rising wages, it has become harder and harder to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. The luxury purchases are usually the first to go as people struggle to pay their rent and put food on the table. Whipping out 2,000 dollars to buy a shiny gold necklace at a fine jewelry store, like Tiffany & Co. or Zales, is not an option for most people. This is especially true for the struggling middle class. But, it doesn't have to be that way.
This book explains how to turn lemons into lemonade by teaching people how to be frugal in their quest for precious metals. People who are willing to invest a little time and effort researching information can afford a slice of the precious metal pie. This book proves that very point by using plenty of examples and providing a lot of hard-earned knowledge.
Everyone dreams about finding gold and silver. Maybe, that’s why the Discovery Channel's reality show “Gold Rush” is such a hit, having been watched by over 54 million viewers. “However, people don’t need to grab a shovel and start digging to find cheap gold and silver,” says author Vicki Priebe. “There’s plenty of gold, silver and platinum to be found right in your neighborhood or by using your computer. I've had a lot of success buying valuable precious metals for unbelievably low prices.” Priebe continues, “Now, I want to share my knowledge and help people succeed in their dream of obtaining precious metals for themselves or loved ones. You're likely to find more gold and silver in a weekend, than most recreational treasure hunters find in a year.”
The stories and lessons Ms. Priebe acquired over the years are shared throughout the book. For instance, she once bought an 18 K gold necklace for two dollars at an estate sale. The gold content alone was worth $246. Another time she found a gold whale pendant with a diamond eye that retailed for around $2,000. She paid just five dollars for the whale pendant.
The book can be used by anyone, including those who want to invest their money in a tangible object instead of the shaky stock market. Those who want nice jewelry to wear or great gifts to give, but can't afford the jewelry store's prices. Even students, stay at home moms or senior citizens, who want a flexible part time job finding and selling scrap gold and silver can benefit from the book.
How is cheap gold and silver possible with spot prices at record high levels? People are constantly moving or de-cluttering their houses. Either these people sell their stuff for money or they donate it to thrift stores to get that warm fuzzy feeling and a tax deduction to boot. They may not know or care that these items are valuable precious metals. They just want them removed from their lives.
Cheap Gold and Silver contains 200 pages of text and photos to provide proof, entertainment, and illustrate the specific lesson being taught. Some of the topics covered include:
-ideas on where to search (offline and online) for precious metals,
-tips on finding the gold and silver that people miss,
-techniques on how to find precious metals that most people wouldn’t even think of,
-hallmarks and hidden marks to look for,
-how to get the best price for items,
-how to sell gold and silver without getting ripped off,
-warnings to help protect people and their money,
-how to test precious metal items.
Cheap Gold and Silver by Vicki Priebe
Publication Date: January 7, 2012
Available in eBook format on Amazon, $9.99
Available in eBook format on Barnes and Noble, $9.99
Paperback edition coming soon on Amazon