GOLD COINS ALTERMORE

Our Vision

To enhance the self-actualising capacity of the individual by providing a path to financial prosperity.

The company Gold Coins Altermore was founded by individuals with extensive experience in the fields of networking, accounting, security, legal, financial services and information technology.

WHY GOLD

  • 1) Escalating asset.
  • 2) Movable asset.
  • 3) Non-politicised.
  • 4) World stocks are limited
  • 5) Critical element in technology
  • 6) International currency.
 

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SA KRUGERRAND PRICE HISTORY

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Gold and Economic Freedom  by Alan Greenspan

Stripped of its academic jargon, the welfare state is nothing more than a mechanism by which governments confiscate the wealth of the productive members of a society to support a wide variety of welfare schemes.

A substantial part of the confiscation is effected by taxation. But the welfare statists were quick to recognize that if they wished to retain political power, the amount of taxation had to be limited and they had to resort to programs of massive deficit spending, i.e., they had to borrow money, by issuing government bonds, to finance welfare expenditures on a large scale.

The financial policy of the welfare state requires that there be no way for the owners of wealth to protect themselves. This is the shabby secret of the welfare statists' tirades against gold.

Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights.

 

Uses for Gold 

  • Gold is used extensively in the jewelry industry. Jewelry has become almost synonymous with gold and most people when hearing the word gold will picture jewelry of some sort.
  • Gold is also used for coinage. Coinage is the most common means for the average individual to own gold as an asset or currency hedge.
  • Gold is established as the standard for monetary exchange in many countries. One does not often think of gold this way but gold is money. Money however is not necessarily gold.
  • Gold has emerged in the late 20 th  century as an essential industrial metal. In this regard gold performs critical functions in computers, communications equipment, spacecraft and jet aircraft engines.
  • Gold can be made into thread and used in embroidery.
  • The resistance of gold to oxidation (commonly referred to as rust) has led to its wide spread use as thin layers electroplated on the surface of electrical connectors to ensure continued good connection.
  • Gold is used in restorative dentistry especially in tooth restorations such as crowns and bridges.
  • Colloidal gold, which is a gold nanoparticle, is an intensely colored solution that is currently studied in laboratories for medical, biological and other applications. It is also used as gold paint on ceramics prior to heating.
  • Chlorauric acid is used in photography for toning the silver image.
  • Gold (III) chloride is used as a catalyst in organic chemistry. It is also used when making most other gold compounds.
  • Disodium aurothiomalate is used as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis where it is administered intramuscularly.
  • The gold isotope Au-198 is used in some cancer treatments.
  • Gold is used as a coating enabling biological material to be viewed under a scanning electron microscope.
  • Many competitions and honors, such as the Olympics and the Nobel Prize, award a gold medal to the winner.
  • Gold is a good reflector of both infrared and visible light. For this quality it is used for the protective coatings on satellites, spacecraft and building glass for large buildings.
  • Gold flake is used on and in some gourmet sweets and drinks. Having no reactivity it adds no taste but is taken as a novelty.
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