Saturday, June 15, 2019
By Paul Martin

Mac Slavo
June 15th, 2019

While some people invest in precious metals as an investment, preppers tend to look at is as a useful currency in the event of a dollar collapse or all-out economic crash. We tend to think of it more as “insurance.” Regardless of why you may want to own some precious metals, oftentimes the only place to get it is online.

Because of that, I have put together a guide that I hope helps those who have put off their gold or silver purchase over fears of conducting business on the internet. I was concerned at first too, but there are reputable dealers that will offer great customer service.

Online precious metals purchases are safe, but they are not cheap. If you want to make money off your gold or silver as an investment, this is likely not the right guide for you. However, if you are simply wanting some real currency for a SHTF situation, this could help you out.


Bullion is sold in the form of bars or coins. The two easiest types of coins to buy and sell are the Canadian Maple Leaf and the American Eagle gold coins. The 22 karat Canadian Maple Leaf sells best in countries outside of the U.S., while the 24 karat American Eagle gold coin sells best within the U.S. The U.S. mint also offers the 24 karat American Buffalo gold coin through reputable dealers, which costs more upfront and is less popular than the American Eagle. Other common gold coins include the Australian Gold Nugget and the South African Krugerrand.

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