most prudent thing is to sell any paper money and any paper denominated in ANY
fiat currency (Dollar; Pound; Euro; Yen; Renmibi; Reál; Peso; Etc,). Buy
genuine metal, take delivery, hide it and don’t tell anybody.
is good, and it’s compact, but it’s expensive: $1600 an ounce as of Friday). (
And in 1935, good ole Uncle Sam made it illegal to own it.).
(Not to be confused with buillion, which is soup) is good, but you need to be
sure it’s genuine.
is coin. But a $20 gold piece is worth about $1300 today (More if it has numismatic
best bet is so-called “junk silver” (Circulated US coins minted before 1965).
There genuineness is immediately evident from their appearance. (Don’t buy them
if they’re unworn).
today’s prices, ($26.67 for a pure Troy ounce) a silver quarter is worth a
little over $5.00.
are always legal tender at face value, but in a barter society (which will
exist when the Dollar crashes), they will be worth melt value, which
will be much higher than it is today. (And you won’t even have to melt them).
to buy them today at near melt value are APMEX and KITCO. Ebay is good, too, but you have to be more careful there.