Scott A. Travers, the coin market's Number One insider, gives you the secret tools necessary to navigate the world of coins, banknotes, and precious metals, such as gold and silver. Whether you have coins in a safety deposit box, a vintage dollar bill under the mattress or a hidden stash of gold bars, Money Connoisseur will teach you tricks of the trade.
Looking through the coins in your change and piggy bank can make you a mint. Here’s what to look for.
Gold often serves as a safe haven, but it can carry a variety of risks. And media attention has changed with the times.
A fresh, new start spurs golden optimism for a profitable future.
If you’re buying or selling coins, information is your friend. Here’s how to find the wholesale value of all your vintage coins.
You might be inadvertently doing something to damage the value of your collectible coins. Here’s how to make sure your investments keep all of their value.
With fears of another recession in the news, here’s what you need to know if you want to introduce or increase the amount of gold in your portfolio.
One small mistake when minting coins could mean an enormous increase in value. Look carefully if you own any proof sets.
If you’re thinking of selling off some gold, silver or jewelry, here’s how to make sure you get a fair price and aren’t taken advantage of.
These insider tips for coin collectors will help you avoid being taken advantage of when you’re investing in your next coin.
The coin-ratings systems collectors have been using for decades suddenly have some serious competition, which is great news for collectors
The U.S. Mint mistakenly made some 1965 dimes out of silver. If you find one in your pocket or coin jar, it’s worth a lot. Here’s how to tell.
Knowing the lingo of coin collecting can elevate you from swindler's mark to someone who literally knows what he’s talking about.
These coin and currency collectibles will be treasured for generations, and many are very affordable.
A master coin dealer tells how you can look at any coin and unlock its secrets. You need this to be a smart coin collector.
If you collect coins, you’ll surely hear these common falsehoods about them. Save yourself hassle—and money—by knowing the truth about coins.
You want your coins to be both accessible and well-protected from theft and natural disasters. Here’s what to do—and not do.
These coin collecting clubs are fantastic resources offering knowledge, contacts and access to rare and collectible coins.
Surprisingly, coin collectors often make better profits than coin investors. Here’s why—and how to combine the best of coin collecting and investing.
Buying, holding and selling coins all expose you to risk, but you can use these insider strategies to minimize risk and maximize your profit.
Here’s how to make even more profit on US gold coins by knowing the metal content of specific coins, your dealer's markup, and when to buy and sell.