Delivering the Certainty of Gold in the Most Uncertain of Times
EMPOWERING SUCCESS THROUGH
At Cole Metals Group we offer transparent and fair investment opportunities.
Cole Metals Group, LLC is a boutique precious metals firm dedicated to providing superior service and guidance to individual investors, corporate entities, and family trusts. We specialize in delivery of physical precious metals for taxable and non-taxable accounts. Our clients seek portfolio diversification in the face of uncertain financial markets and an accelerating decline in the value of our nation’s currency.
We believe that many of these concerns can be addressed using standard bullion coins and bars. While opportunities to profit may exist in specialized or numismatic coins, we believe that in most cases, investors are better served in globally recognized mint products such as American Eagles, Canadian Maple Leafs, and the like.
Experience the convenience of our Direct Delivery service at Cole Metals Group. With a commitment to ease and security, we bring your precious metals directly to your preferred location – whether it's your home, office, a depository, or a bank safe deposit box.
Secure your financial future with Cole Metals Group's Individual Retirement Account (IRA) services. We specialize in facilitating precious metals investments within your IRA, offering a strategic avenue for portfolio diversification.
“I have recently made my first purchase of gold with the help of Finis Cole II with [XXX]. Finis was very very helpful in the purchase process. Finis was very friendly in working with me. He took his time to make sure I understood what I was doing throughout the whole process including helping me navigate through the computer step by step due to my limited tech ability. Finis is very knowledgeable and able to get to my level which made me comfortable in making my purchase. I will probably add more gold to my portfolio in the future and will be sure to use Finis Cole when I do. I would recommend Finis and [XXX] to anyone who Is considering the purchase of gold and look forward to future dealings with Finis Cole myself.”
“The one quality that I look for when working with a financial broker is integrity. I’ve had a number of conversations with Finis L. Cole II, Senior Account Executive since the death of my friend and client. After my first conversation with Finis, I commented to my client’s surviving spouse that I can’t remember the last time I’ve had a conversation with a financial broker who had so much integrity. I’m her CPA. If you know anything about CPAs, you know that most CPAs don’t have a good opinion about brokers because of their perceived lack of integrity. And most CPAs are reluctant to make referrals because of what could happen to their reputation if the referral didn’t work out well for their client. I know that if I were approached for a professional to work with precious metals investments, I would not hesitate to refer them to Finis. Remember, this comment is coming from one of those referral adverse CPAs. Thanks for taking such good care of my client, Finis.”
“I recently became interested in investing in precious metals as an alternative savings mechanism. I approached 4 of the more well known companies. When I contacted [XXX], I was put into contact with Finis Cole. Unlike any of the other company representatives I spoke with, Finis took time to explain and educate me and he was thorough in understanding my intentions with this investing venture. He quickly established a level of trust with me that made me confident that he had my best interest in mind. I have since made two purchases that have gone incredibly smooth and I am now anticipating more investing with [XXX] under Finis’s guidance. Many thanks Finis.”
The sound money community often gets itself needlessly caught in Keynesian traps. The temptation is overwhelming, because the inflationists all seem to be slathered in this thick, viscous, gelatinous mathematical layer of seeming academic legitimacy. When they blather on about ….
There’s this insidious, all-pervasive myth that has infected serious, scholarly monetary thought for over 50 years. I’m not talking about the econometric voodoo of the Keynesian “economists” used to justify inflation as a social good. Those myths, pretty much all of us in the sound money camp …
Today we’ll take on another myth, a bit more cryptic and seemingly less relevant. In the end, we’ll see that it is indeed very relevant, and simple to understand once all the gibberish and jargon is cleared out. Today’s myth is that in 1873, silver was demonetized. It’s not true. Silver is money…