Why I Did Not Join Numis .work-clonecd

There has been some serious hype with joining a certain .pany called Numis Network. People have been jumping off .panies in droves to join due to a lot of hype and promises that I would like to touch on. I am no expert in the field of coin collecting but I do know network marketing. Also, I would like to state that a lot of my fellow internet marketers are with this .pany and I am happy they have attached to something they can 100% believe in. This is by no means a knock on their .pany but only a personal analysis of what I’m seeing about Numis Network. Defining Numismatic by Numis Network: "The word "numismatic" means the study and collecting of money. Numismatic coins are legal tender coins that are sought after by collectors. These include everything from the ancient coins used as currency from the beginning of civilization, to the official coins minted by the Roman Empire, through today’s modern issue silver and gold coins produced by the world’s government mints. It doesn’t matter whether you are a seasoned collector or buying your very first graded silver or gold coin. When you purchase coins through Numis Network, you’ll have the advantage of buying from someone you know, and at the most .petitive prices in the industry." The main reason and selling point .ing from the .pany is from numismatic expert Mike Mezack who says, "If you are going to collect something, it might as well be money!" Now of course that would make sense IF all coins collected are worth money and appreciating. Look, I’m a .ic book nerd when I grew up as a kid. The whole idea was to collect .ics for the sake of collecting. You kept them in mint condition with .ic wrappers and backers in hopes it would be worth something in years to .e. How would you know which would be worth something in the future? I never knew. I just collected the cooler ones with major plot lines in hopes someday it would be a collectors item and this brings me back to Numis and what they believe to be a valuable asset. Referring back to Numismatic definition. Legal tenders that are "sought after by collectors". Here is the deal with my limited knowledge of supply and demand. I would assume it’s the same with .ic books to coin as rarity happens by chance, not planned. Does rarity .e in the form of signing up 1 million reps who then purchase their coins monthly. How is that rare? Where would the demand be then? Maybe I need a specialist to enlighten me but I would want to know how much I can sell these assets for before investing into them. If it’s for pure metal content I would think that is a simple case of measuring it’s weight. But if it’s a collector’s coin I would think not ALL coins would go up in value. It’s a supply/demand, right? Look. I did a search on: 2005 MS70 American Eagle Silver Dollar Guess how much this is worth if bought online? $39.95 Okay Okay. It was graded by NTC but would a graded mean that much? I’ve heard ANACS graded coins aren’t as good as PCGS and NGC. This is all foreign to me too. Isn’t a coin just a coin when stuck in a slab of plastic? Oh wait. It isn’t I guess. If that being the case, are Numis Coins the very best in the market? If so, have you spoken to your local coin dealer to make sure? Look, if your dropping more than $100 on a collectible that has no real definitive way to tell you if it’s going to be worth anything more than it’s metal value… What’s the point? I know many people in the industry don’t like to use Ebay as a measure of worth but I’ve sold a ton of stuff on Ebay and you gotta love it or hate it but generally is in the ball park. Take a snapshot and you can kinda tell what ANACS graded coins are going for today. I know for a fact I would move coins or at least check out what they would go for to move on Ebay as I have been a powerseller before and that would be my first place to push coins. Now these are SOLD prices: 2008 American Silver Eagle ANACS Certified MS70 = $59 shipped 2009 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE ANACS MS70 PERFECT = $59.99 plus s/h 2005 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE ANACS MS70 = $31.56 plus s/h 2009 ANACS MS70 American Silver Eagle = $52.00 plus s/h A lot of network marketers I respect have put their name behind Numis Network and I just couldn’t. I didn’t see how a collectible would be considered a solid investment. Wouldn’t it be safer to just invest in bullion? Make up your own mind, decide if you are building assets or collectibles that might be worth something in the future. Is it a risk worth taking or are there other .panies with a better chance to make money. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: