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Dear Financial and Legal Gurus?

If I was to hold on to physical, investment grade 24k gold coins, such as the American Eagle or Canadian Maple leaf, is this liable to be appropriated via some sort of future lawsuit? I would be holding on to them for retirement.

From my very limited understanding, IRAs/401(k)s are ineligible to be seized through a lawsuit. I’m aware there are IRAs that are focused on precious metal, but… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 15, 2010 at 7:13 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 401 k, American Eagle, Canadian Maple Leaf, copper alloy, Face Value, Gold Coins, insight, investment grade, karats, krugerrands, precious metal, retirement, understanding iras

Can someone answer these math questions?! Test of Genius worksheet.?

(1) Make this equation correct by changing the position of only one digit.

101-102=1

(2) Steven has 9 gold coins that are identical in appearance. However, one coin is counterfeit and weighs slightly less than the others. Using a balance scale, how can he find the counterfeit coin inn just two weighings?

(3) In the following addition problem, the letters A,B,and C stand for three different digits… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 16, 2010 at 10:41 pm

Categories: Trivia   Tags: 2s, 5s, abc, acb, addition problem, Appearance, balance scale, cba, counterfeit coin, digits, Gold Coins, playground, steven has 9 gold coins, test of genius worksheet

easy riddle,,…?

You have 12 coins. Eleven are made of gold; one is counterfeit. You don’t know which one because they all look alike. Also, you don’t know if the fake coin is heavier or lighter than a real gold coin. All eleven gold coins weigh the same.
You have a classic balance scale: two pans suspended from a pole with the center point balanced on a post. The scale can compare… Continue reading

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 5, 2010 at 3:27 am

Categories: Trivia   Tags: balance scale, fake coin, Gold Coin, Gold Coins, three times, weight measurements

Solve the challenging riddle?

You have 12 coins. Eleven are made of gold; one is counterfeit. You don’t know which one because they all look alike. Also, you don’t know if the fake coin is heavier or lighter than a real gold coin. All eleven gold coins weigh the same.

You have a classic balance scale: two pans suspended from a pole with the center point balanced on a post. The scale can… Continue reading

13 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 14, 2010 at 10:41 pm

Categories: Trivia   Tags: balance scale, fake coin, Gold Coin, Gold Coins, three times, weight measurements

1 oz. Gold Coins?????

All of the following gold coins weigh 1 oz:
American Gold Eagle, Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, Gold Buffalo, Gold Krugerrand. So why is the Gold Buffalo coin more money to purchase if they all weigh the same?… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 11, 2010 at 2:54 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: american gold, buffalo, canadian gold maple, Gold Coins, gold eagle, gold maple leaf, money

Riddle! There are ten stacks of ten gold coins on a table…?

You are told the weight of the coins and guaranteed that nine of the stacks contain real gold coins. The tenth stack has all counterfeit coins that weigh exactly one gram more than a real coin. YOu are given a scale which weighs in grams and are told if you can determine which stack is counterfeit the nine stacks are yours. Unfortunately, you can only use the scale once! Describe… Continue reading

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 15, 2010 at 10:42 pm

Categories: Trivia   Tags: counterfeit coins, Gold Coins, riddle - queen 10 grams coins was jibbed, stack, stacks, ten penny riddle weight

I have a math/logic question?

If a guy has 9 gold coins and one is counterfeit (so it weighs a little less) and he’s only allowed to weigh it twice on the balance, how does he find the fake?… Continue reading

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 4, 2010 at 1:05 pm

Categories: Trivia   Tags: Gold Coins

Selling gold Coins…………?

I have 2 gold coins.. a 1982 canadian 22k gold confederation coin and a 1976 14k montreal olympic coins both authenticated, in cases and in mint condition. Should i sell these and buy a nice new pure gold coin or keep the old ones and spend more money to get a new gold coin? I dont know what to do because they are kind of old and newer coins look… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - May 11, 2010 at 12:47 pm

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Why do Spurs hate Arsenal Part 2?

1929: Justice for the First of the Gooners - Henry Norris – a lifetime ban from Football – too little too late - Sir Henry got his come-uppance. In 1929 the FA banned him from soccer because he constantly flouted their rules and was also suspected of making illegal payments to players. A year after he was banned, Arsenal won the FA Cup for the first time and in 1931… Continue reading

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - May 8, 2010 at 10:39 pm

Categories: Trivia   Tags: 1930s, bob wilson, brothel, division game, don howe, fa cup, glenn cockerill, glory days, Gold Coins, gooners, henry norris, illegal payments, kenny sansom, lifetime ban, murderer, night incident, paul merson, quot, sir henry, steve bould

mATH QUESTION? HELP NEEDED?

You see 10 sacks of gold coins in a row.Actually,only one sack contains true gold coins;the other 9 sacks are counterfeit.Their coins are gold plated, and look the same,but are almost worthless.You must identify the sack of pure gold coins.A pure gold coins weighs 2 ounces,while a gold plated copper coin weighs 1 ounce.You have a scale and are permitted on weighing.How can you find the sack of gold coins… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - May 5, 2010 at 3:45 am

Categories: Trivia   Tags: copper coin, Gold Coins, gold plated copper, Ounce, sacks

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