Benefits of Investing in Gold and Silver

Hedge against future inflation – Diversification – Tangible asset – Easy Liquidity – Total Privacy

Today’s gold and silver prices are well off of their 2011 highs.
Take advantage of this opportunity.
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Are You Prepared?

Have you ever had a wish I would have moment?
For example, I wish I would have gotten my spare tire fixed when I noticed it was flat. Are you prepared for a financial disaster within the banking system? Imagine for a moment if unexpectedly your bank closed until further notice and ATM machines didn’t work. What if the power grid went down and you couldn’t get access to your money?
How long could you survive?

To some this may sound like a scare tactic or a doomsday novel, but imagine the total chaos that would ensue. If you haven’t prepared in advance it’s too late. Just like that you are locked out and access is denied.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a prepper, everyone should have a financial backup plan.

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Survival 401K

Own physical gold and silver within your retirement account and store the precious metals at home with the survival 401k

The Survival 401K provides all of the control of a self directed IRA with more tax benefits and increased contribution limits up to $53,000 per participant and up to $59,000 if you are over 50 years old. If your spouse is involved in the business they can contribute to these levels as well. You can borrow up to $50,000 or 50% of the account value for any purpose. Hold physical precious metals in your 401k at home as well as real estate, prepper supplies, private equity and many other investments.

There is a requirement of self employment activity such as a sole proprietorship, limited liability company, C corporation, S corporation or general and limited partnerships. Self employment activity can be part time.

Call today to see if you qualify for the Survival 401k or if you want to learn more about the process. 866-GLD-SLVR (453-7587)

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Silver Peace Dollar

Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin was the result of a competition to find designs emblematic of peace.The Peace dollar was first struck on December 28, 1921. The obverse represents the head and neck of the Goddess of Liberty in profile, and the reverse depicts a Bald Eagle at rest clutching an olive branch, with the legend “Peace”. It was the last United States dollar coin to be struck for circulation in silver.

Value: $1.00 Years Minted: 1916-1945

Walking Liberty Half Dollar

The Walking Liberty half dollar was a silver 50-cent piece or half dollar coin issued by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1947; it was designed by Adolph A. Weinman. Art historian Cornelius Vermeule considered the piece to be among the most beautiful US coins. Since 1986, a modification of Weinman’s obverse design has been used for the American Silver Eagle, and the half dollar was issued in gold for its centennial in 2016.

Value: 0.50 Years Minted: 1916 -1947

Pre 1964 90% Silver Dimes

The Mercury dimes – When these coins were first circulated, the designs on their obverses were mistakenly identified as a rendition of the Roman God, Mercury. However, Adolph A. Weinman, the designer had simply portrayed a Young Lady Liberty in the image.However, the Mercury name stuck. These dimes were produced until 1945. 

Roosevelt dimes – The United States Mint began striking the Roosevelt dimes after 1946 and continued to do so until 1964.

Value: $1.00 Years Minted: 1916-1945; 1946-1964


$20 Liberty Double Eagle

A double eagle is a gold coin of the United States with a denomination of $20. The first double eagle was minted in 1849, coinciding with the California gold rush. Vast quantities of the yellow metal helped to speed development of the American West and had far-reaching effects on the world’s coinage. Designed by James B. Longacre, the obverse (front) of the $20 Liberty gold coin features Miss Liberty wearing a crown inscribed with the word “Liberty”. Thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies and the date encircle her.

Face Value: $20.00 Minted: 1849-1907

$10 Liberty Eagle

The $10 Liberty Head Eagle was designed by U.S. Mint engraver Christian Gobrecht who was inspired by the portrait of Venus in Benjamin West’s Painting Omnia Vincit Amor (Love Conquers All). This design also became the prototype for the half-eagle and large cent of 1839. Mr. Gobrecht also designed the $2½ Liberty Head and the $5 Liberty Head gold coins.

Face Value: $10.00 Minted: 1839-1907

$5 Liberty Half Eagle

The $5 gold Liberty Head Half Eagle was also designed by Christian Gobrecht. The $5 Liberty was minted until 1907 when the $5 Indian Head coin was introduced and replaced the Liberty Half Eagle.

Face Value: $5.00 Minted: 1839-1908

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$5,000 Bug Out BankSM
Safe NOT included

  • (50)1 oz Silver Peace Dollars
  • (50).50 oz Walking Liberty Silver Dollars
  • (50).10 oz Silver Dimes
  • (1) 1 oz $20 Gold Pieces
  • (2) .50 oz $10 Gold Pieces
  • (1).25 oz $5 Gold Pieces

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$10,000 Bug Out BankSM
Safe included

  • (100)1 oz Silver Peace Dollars
  • (100).50 oz Walking Liberty Silver Dollars
  • (100).10 oz Silver Dimes
  • (2) 1 oz $20 Gold Pieces
  • (4) .50 oz $10 Gold Pieces
  • (2).25 oz $5 Gold Pieces

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Customize your personal bug out bank with any dollar amount and the products you choose.



Before my friend told me about the bug out bank I had never given a single thought to keeping cash on hand at home in case of an emergency within the banking system. I didn’t own any physical gold or silver either. Now that I have my bug out bank in place I feel more secure. I know I have it just in case I need it.


I want to thank you for taking the time to explain the benefits and options when it comes to investing in gold and silver. I have personally had an issue with my bank and was looking for a way to protect some of my money. You made the process easy.

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calling 866-GLD-SLVR (453-7587)

Gold Wealth Management
20403 N. Lake Pleasant Road #117-438
Peoria, AZ 85382