Monthly Archives: November 2014

Great American Mines: Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine

For centuries, legends have inspired men to search for gold in the Southwest region of the United States. Shovels in hand, treasure hunters have chased legends of a place called the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. Possible locations range from Mexico to just outside of Phoenix, Arizona. According to most legends, the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine… Read more »

Give Thanks if You Own a 1920 Pilgrim Half Dollar

1920 Pilgrim Half Dollar Coin

In 1620, the Pilgrims set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in the Mayflower. Though headed for Manhattan, the Mayflower was caught in a storm, and landed at Plymouth Rock instead. While this inhospitable environment was not their intended destination, the Pilgrims nonetheless made a home for themselves in Plymouth. With the help of Native American… Read more »

Coin Flips Determine Two Kentucky Elections

When you’re running for public office, Election Day is everything. Once all of the ballots are in, candidates can get a sense of relief that it’s over, even though they may not know whether they won. But sometimes, determining the result of an election is not as simple as just counting ballots. In Lincoln County,… Read more »

How People Get Rich Investing In Silver

Gold gets all the headlines, but silver is a shrewd investment if you know what you’re doing. One method of investing in silver is the tried-and-true idea of buying low and selling high. And right now, silver has momentarily dipped to 2008 prices. So that might be your signal to invest in silver rounds, silver… Read more »