Introducing ONEGOLD

Another weapon in the fight against The Banks and a great alternative to GLD and SLV.

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Here's another weapon in the fight against The Banks and a great alternative to GLD and SLV. Please take a few minutes to listen to this podcast with Ken Lewis, CEO of APMEX.

We are very pleased to announce an advertising sponsorship for this new product from APMEX called ONEGOLD. With the advent of blockchain and secure digital transactions, you finally have an opportunity to buy and sell physical gold and silver with this same simplicity and security.

And I think ONEGOLD is also a great alternative to trading GLD or SLV. Why? Lower fees, no middleman/broker AND easy access to immediately deliverable gold and silver. As you know, only the Authorized Participants (Bullion Banks) have the privilege of taking delivery from those ETFs.

So many thanks to APMEX for making this product available and thanks to Ken for taking some time to explain it to us. We encourage you to check it out and thoroughly conduct your own due diligence. Of course you can find all the additional information you need through the website: www.onegold.com

Thanks for listening,

TF

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MetalustAur
Nov 21, 2018 - 5:29pm

I find this better than Gold

I find this better than Gold Money on several levels and have made arrangements for a new account at OneGold. The storage and transaction fees are better as well as more transparent APMEX affiliation puts it over the top as a better option on line current sell/buy price for me. Have to look at it more to determine if I move another overseas account. Thanks Craig for bringing OneGold to our attention!

kryton619
Nov 20, 2018 - 7:01pm

Signed up for an account but

Signed up for an account but in doing the math, I don't think I will be a buyer at this time. It doesn't appear that I can link a Canadian bank account at this time. Having to pay 3% credit card fees + currency exchange fees + $8.99 transaction fees starting in 2019, makes purchasing digital gold more expensive than I can purchase physical locally.

DesertRat
Nov 19, 2018 - 11:52am

Can't participate if you don

Can't participate if you don't own a "Smart" Phone? I guess that leaves me out.

DesertRat

canary
Nov 17, 2018 - 7:45pm
OneGoldGoldHermit
Nov 16, 2018 - 3:01pm

Please feel free contact us

Please feel free contact us if you have any questions! We can be reached here:

support[at]onegold[dot]com

or

800 492 9144

OneGoldThomas More
Nov 16, 2018 - 2:51pm

Thomas, the current spread

Thomas, the current spread for 1 oz. of gold is approximately $5.65. That is because we are selling our metals at the asking price with no premium, and buying them back at the bid price - 30 basis points (0.30%). Storage will be free through 2018, and there are currently no transaction fees. In 2019 OneGold will charge 12bps (0.12%) per year for VaultChain Gold storage and 30bps (0.30%) per year for VaultChain Silver storage. There is a minimum account level storage fee of $5 per quarter regardless of the metal. When there is a transaction fee, it will likely be a $8.99 flat fee. I think you will find that even when these fees are being assessed, this can be a much more economical option than storing your metals elsewhere, and paying a management/brokerage fee.

OneGoldscoremore
Nov 16, 2018 - 10:57am

Thanks for your interest! Our

Thanks for your interest! Our fee structure is designed to be transparent, and economical to all investors. Through 2018 we will not be charging storage fees, transaction fees, or premiums over spot. There are also no minimum order amounts. Concerning payment methods, we offer credit cards and PayPal at a 2.99% fee, and Bitcoin for just 1.99%. You can also pay via ACH, bank wire, or even personal check ; none of which carry a fee.

imach1
Nov 15, 2018 - 6:34pm

That was easy to set up a

That was easy to set up a recurring silver buy.

thank you

OneGold

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Blackwatersailor
Nov 15, 2018 - 3:00pm

Ahh, the despised Jim Cramer.

Ahh, the despised Jim Cramer. I'm suprised someone hasn't run him over with a cement truck then backed over him a couple of times just to make sure. I view him as an excellent inverse trade. The more vocal he is the better the stock is going to tank. Those shipping warnings are the bell weather. Baltic dry is a good indicator. The equivalent of the changing of the seasons. You see the geese headed south in the iconic V and you know the end of fall is now and Winter is Coming.

AGXIIK
Nov 15, 2018 - 12:22pm

Blackwatersailor  That

Blackwatersailor That article does add an element to forecasting how the world economies will fare in 2019. Recalling in 2007 Jim Cramer screaming like a homeless meth head derelict that Diane Shipping was going to the moon and the Baltic Dry Index was following up a wicked wall of worry, I traded nicely on these two before I traded badly. The Cramer Curse hit DBI and Diane like a Cat 5 typhoon, sinking both to levels never seen since the BDI was created as an index used to determine shipping activity The BDI hit something around 700, down 95%.

Like all fools who traveled in the low class bunks below the water line on the Titanic, I ran that margined trade to negative within a few months of Cramer's touting it as the investment of the century. Maybe the 19th century. Cameron could make on hell of a movie about my trades.

Call it

The Big Shit

er Ship. uh Short.

Eff it.

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