Mike Fuljenz

Sep 29, 2015
Major banking houses have been chilly toward gold for some time, but there are signs some of them are warming up to the yellow metal.

Aug 25, 2015
The just-released John F. Kennedy presidential dollar figured to be among the most popular issues in the ongoing series of $1 coins honoring the nation’s chief executives now in the ninth year of its roughly 10-year run.

Jul 25, 2015
While the Wall Street Journal is cackling over the demise of gold (see “Let’s Get Real About Gold: It’s a Pet Rock,” which was a page 1 Business & Finance headline in the weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal, gold is still up about 5% for the year-to-date in terms of the euro.

Jul 2, 2015
As we close the first half of 2015, gold is down about 2 percent, but the second half of the year is gold’s season to shine.

May 27, 2015
I'm a graduate of Louisiana-Lafayette, the Ragin' Cajuns. I was especially proud that local fans sang the National Anthem spontaneously prior to a softball game against Baylor when they were told that there would be no National Anthem before the game.

May 1, 2015
In one form or another, the bald eagle has appeared on U.S. coinage since 1794, reminding Americans that this majestic bird serves as an official national symbol of their country's power and prestige.

Mar 19, 2015
Sometimes a simple solution is the most cost-efficient way to solve a very serious problem, which no amount of legislative gridlock and penny-wise, pound-foolish accounting can deliver.

Feb 13, 2015
Comparing the long-term value of the price of gold with the Dow Jones Industrial Average is misleading, confusing and perhaps even deceptive.

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