How to Make Money in Coins Right Now

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House of Collectibles, 1996 - Coins as an investment - 274 pages
Consumer advocate and ultimate insider Scott Travers shows you the tricks of the trade with clear examples of how you, too, can make huge profits from small coins. With this handy volume you will learn how to:
* Outsmart the grading services with secrets that could make you a fortune
* Unravel the intricacies of coin pricing
* Pick the coins to buy right now and identify the coins to sell right now
* Recognize rip-offs of the U.S. Mint
* Assess the best times to sell certain coins
* Save money with tax-slashing strategies
* Use information never revealed before from experts who have handled hundreds of millions of dollars worth of rare coins
* Handle deals like a professional insider to turn quick profits
* And much, much more!
In a tell-all look at a hobby that has become big business, Travers explodes the many myths surrounding the coin market, giving you all the tools necessary to navigate the trade and negotiate better than most true professionals.
"The most valuable book ever written on how to profit from coins."
--Ed Reiter
COINage Magazine
"A no-holds-barred examination of insider secrets that can be used for startling, quick profits. Stands alone as the most penetrating guide of its kind ever published."
--Maurice Rosen
Rosen Numismatic Advisory

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Scott Travers, former vice president of the American Numismatic Association, was called the "preeminent consumer advocate in the numismatic field" by "The New York Times," He is a contributor to all the leading coin publications and served as a coin valuation consultant to the Federal Trade Commission. He has been featured as a coin expert in "Barron's, Business Week, The WSJ, "and" MSNBC.

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