Right now, a group of banks in the U.S. are finding themselves in possession of a certain type of government-created coin, which does not circulate widely in the general population…
Can you walk out with these coins by saying some Five Magic Words (as David Eifrig who edits Stansberry’s Retirement Millionaire newsletter wants us to believe).
What the heck is he talking about that’s intriguing and hard to believe. What are the coins ? Let’s find out.
From the tone of the teaser ad I could easily sense, and this sounds similar and a bit more alluring rehashed version of the widely popular Stansberry Ad.
“How To Buy U.S. Government Created Silver For $2.08″
An ad that was inundating mail boxes a fore time I think a couple of years or so,
Some more quotes…
These unique “silvers” were originally intended to be kept in circulation. But the Feds ceased production in 1971 because people were hoarding them and not circulating them like the government planned.
Guess what the 1971 date is cuing us, at Kennedy half dollars the fifty cent piece, was one of the most popular in US history. It vanished from circulation for the simple reason that it was being considered a memento, in honor of slain president. Folks were reluctant to barter it as a result the Kennedy half dollar ceased to exist as a circulating piece of currency.
This essentially is junk silver that is pre-1965 circulating dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollars that were made of 90% silver which is doubtlessly the easiest low-cost entry into the accumulation of silver for many folks.
Thankfully the idea David Eifrig advocating here is not another little known unique strategy, and he is not obfuscating it either. But a ton of these half dollars is sitting in the bank vaults until someone asks for them may be if you walk into any FDIC insured bank, you could manage to get hold of these. Just by asking for JFK half dollars.
And of course you don’t stand to lose anything because these are circulating coinage and the bank is obligated to barter them for you, of course if they have them in their vaults. If you are fortunate enough to get hold of pre 1965 dimes they are worth a lot more then 50 cents, that’s how you are likely to be rewarded for your sifting efforts.
Most of the time, it doesn’t work out this way you ought to do all the sifting without expecting any big return or have some insider hold them for you, when they come across them. Coin collectors might have scooped them in a big way years ago.
No offense intended to Doc Eifrig in my opinion he is one of the most successful of the Stansberry Analysts, and according to Stansberry’s annual score card too. Yet, the silver coin searching stuff reenacted here is silly, and goes well only with folks who have nothing else to do with their time.
If you’re thrilled by the hunt for exciting little coins, by all means, go hunting or you have the better option of subscribing to Dr Eifrig’s Retirement Millionaire Newsletter.
On a humorous note The Five Magic Words could well be “I have a g*n here” of course its illegal , but it works like charm LOL ! Are these the five words? Let us know by voting in the poll above or dropping a few lines in the Magic Box below…
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