by: Ben Tseytlin - on Gold & Bullion
gold industrial metal

Although gold is well known for its investment value, little is said about its industrial use. In fact, billionaire Warren Buffet has heavily criticized the metal in the past, saying that it is basically dug up out of the ground only to be put back into a vault underground where it is then guarded. However, the truth is that the metal in fact does have a number of industrial uses, which are likely to increase in the future due to advances in technology.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Coins & Currency
chop marks 100 bills

Chop marks, which are also known as Eagle or Star Stamps, sometimes appear on $100 bills. This can be a bit perplexing to currency collectors, and below is an explanation of what these marks mean and why they sometimes appear on certain bills.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Antiques & Jewelry
diamonds jewelry

Most of the jewelry which is sold on the market today uses diamonds, making it the world’s most popular gemstone. This is a fact that most of us take for granted, but it raises an interesting question: how and why are diamonds so often the gem of choice when it comes to jewelry placement?

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Gold & Bullion
silvers production cost market price

Due to the current low price of silver compared to gold, the cost of mining and processing it frequently surpasses the market price by a substantial margin. Below is an analysis of what this means for the market, and how future investors can benefit.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Vintage & Luxury Watches
watch brands divers

Those who scuba dive regularly, or merely enjoy collecting Movado dive watches, will have many options to choose from. There are vintage timepieces from established brands as well brand new models from recently launched startups. Below is a list of the best watch brands for divers.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Gold & Bullion
gold

Total gold demand within China is increasing, and this has important geopolitical implications, one which will ultimately impact both the gold price and those who mine and invest in it. Below are some reasons for this demand, and what it means for the future.

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