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Silver Stock Report

by Jason Hommel, January, 2009

Please help the "Silver Circle Movie" raise $1500 more to hire actors in the next 40 hours.  If they don't raise that, then they forfeit all the $8000 raised so far!

With real actors, they can create better computer animation, which they can then use to further develop and promote the movie.  I read the script, it's a good movie, and promotes silver well, showcasing much lower dollar values in the years ahead -- which we need! 


If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, please visit my brother Ted's new Gold and Silver Bullion Shop in Oakland, CA, that he opened a few months ago.

On some items, sometimes, they can beat our prices, say, if they get too many of one particular item, or if they get "gold heavy".  That's how it goes in a free market, in a competitive world, and I'm glad to know that my brother understands the bullion business so well that I can honestly recommend his shop, even if he were not my brother.  Ted is a very interesting man to talk to, he ran for Congress in 2010.


My other brother, Randy Hommel, is a programmer, and has created the price boards that we use for advertising our prices at and

If other bullion dealers are interested in setting up a price board that changes every 30 seconds, depending on the spot price, where you can update your prices either by a set dollar over spot, or a percentage over spot, or a combination of the two, please contact Randy at:


Please help one more time!  If you know of any billionaires, or even multi millionaires, please send them my prior two articles, or just forward to them this one with these two links:

When Will Silver Prices Explode?  August 28th, 2010 

" Here's another way to look at what $1 billion of silver buying within a month would do to silver.  Currently, we have about $1.9 billion per year of investment demand buying 100 million oz. of silver, which works out to $158 million in a month.  $1 billion buying silver within a month would be 6.3 times more than the current silver investment demand. "

1% of 1%  August 23rd, 2010 

" Investor demand is about 100 million oz. per year, which, at $18/oz., is about $1.8 billion dollars.

You can verify those stats at    or several other outfits that send out silver surveys.  

M3, a measure of money in US banks, is about $14 trillion, but several trillion is stored with the Fed, and not counted as M3, and the Federal Budget deficit exceeds $1.5 trillion of new money, so the total is now about $18,000 billion.  


So only $1, out of every $10,000, is being spent on silver as an investment each year.

That means that less than 1% of 1% of money in US banks is being spent on silver as an investment each year.

also, see:

BIS Admits $190 Billion Silver Fraud  April 6, 2009 

How to Get Into Silver, for Billionaires  February 27, 2008 


Please let me help you!

Bullion Specials at JH MINT:

In the last 24 hours, we lowered the price on Krugerrands, 100 oz. bars, 1/10th oz. Gold Eagles, and 1 oz. Gold Buffaloes.  See our price board at

We have over 10 monster boxes of Silver Eagles, and our prices on all those are lower than some other national competitors.


I strongly advise you to take posession of real gold and silver, at anywhere near today's price, while you still can.  The fundamentals indicate rising prices for decades to come.

Price Board:

Our Coin Shops are open 10AM to 5PM Pacific Time, Monday to Friday, closed weekends.

JH MINT & Coin Shop, Grass Valley, CA -- our largest store, minimum $1500 to ship, USA shipping only, free shipping.
(530) 273-8175
Kerri: 530 273 -8822

Rocklin Coin Shop, CA -- 15 min north of Sacramento on HWY 80

Mom's Silver Shop, Sacramento, CA
3510 Auburn Blvd., #12
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 481 5656
(Mom will ship with no minimim order size, and overseas, and take credit cards and paypal.)

Oakland Silver and Gold
3929 Piedmont Ave.,
Oakland, CA 94611


    Jason Hommel
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