Why There Are 119 Ridges On A US Quarter?

Ever wonder why some coins have those little ridges along their sides? You know those ridges on the edge of a U.S. quarter? Those are milled edges, a feature introduced by Newton on English coins to prevent clipping. While dodging apples, Sir Isaac Newton had a few other good ideas in his career. The second one that we see in our daily lives is the small ridges along the edge…

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US National Debt In Pictures In 2016

While campaigning Obama hammered the issue that it was irresponsible and unpatriotic that President Bush added $4 trillion dollars to US National Debt in his eight years in office. As of today 10/04/16, Obama has actually added practically $9 trillion in financial obligation in his 7 1/2 years. Obama promised to cut the Budget Deficit in half by the end of his first term. Instead of cutting the US National…

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$10,016,875 the most ever spent on a coin 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar

What is the most valuable coin in the world? – 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar! Flowing Hair Dollar Starting in the 1780s, some popular Americans required the facility of the central mint to provide the United States with primary coinage; all such propositions failed due in significant part to an absence of funds and opposition from groups and people who chose that coins to be struck by the individual states. Given…

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Bullion vs. Numismatic Coins

What is the bullion coin? What about numismatic coins? Bullion vs. Numismatic Coins Traits are not exactly what they appear, nor exactly what individuals believe they are. The loosely utilized, contemporary meaning of a “numismatic” coin is one that collectors will pay a premium for. When utilized as “numismatic” versus “bullion” coin, people normally indicate a collector’s coin versus a coin cost a little premium over its metal worth. The…

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Loans for Students Can Bankrupt America?

America is one of the greatest countries in the world. It is also one with serious problems. One of the biggest problems plaguing the youth of our nation is loans for students. This is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and if not kept in check, America will run the risk of going bankrupt. As we all know, bankruptcy is never good and is especially bad for…

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Better Late Than Never: The Success of Older Entrepreneurs

In the study “The Success of Older Entrepreneurs” by the Founder Institute showed that up to around age 40, businesses are more likely to succeed as their founder’s ages increased. The Founder Institute is an American business incubator, entrepreneur training and startup launch program that was founded in Palo Alto, California in 2009 The number of businesses created by entrepreneurs between the ages of 55 and 64 has actually risen…

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Record Swiss Gold Flow Into The United States

There was a massive pattern modification in U.S. gold investment in May. Something quite extraordinary took place which hasn’t happened for several decades.  While Switzerland has actually been the primary source of U.S. gold exports for lots of years, the tables kipped down in May as the Swiss exported a record quantity of gold to the United States. Just how much gold? A lot. The Swiss exported 50 times more gold in…

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Good To Know What To Tip When Traveling The World

Tipping traditions differ significantly from country to country. If you give the wrong tip, you can be exposed to substantial shame, so here are a few tipping dos and do n’s for a few of the most common – and a couple of uncommon – destinations. Europe Tipping Guidelines In dining establishments in France, tips should be included in the total amount by law, so there is no requirement for…

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HOPE Program – Looking to Buy a Home, But Have Bad Credit?

The Donald explains why middle class people should take advantage of HOPE Program. When Donald Trump speaks, people listen, and what The Donald has to say about mortgage interest rates could help you save a considerable amount of money. Recently, Trump made claims that the Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates artificially low for political reason. But, Trump knows that these low rates can’t last forever. “I’m just saying at…

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