So I was doing some shopping and came across a “WOW” moment when looking at a silver american eagle.

What does A Silver American Dollar Worth?

I saw this on Shop NBC

1987 Silver American Eagle MS70

1987 Silver American Eagle MS70
and

1994 Silver American Eagle MS70

1994 Silver American Eagle MS70
Sure, you might know I am collecting a lot of silver these days and maybe 1987 is a long ways ago but 1994 wasn't too long. In 1994 I was a sophomore in high school. Wait, that just dated me 😉
But really. That isn't that long ago.
So today's exercise is to take a guess to WHAT the prices of those 2 coins are worth on shop nbc as of today. What does a silver american eagle worth these days?
Take a guess ….
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And the prices are….
1987 Silver American Eagle MS70

ShopNBC Price: $7,499.98

and
1994 Silver American Eagle MS70

ShopNBC Price: $3,535.00

Wow!

Most 2010 NGC MS70 silver coins run about $130 (rep pricing) -$150

The point of this exercise is this.

If you have been in a business buying assets, yes I mean REAL assets not paper money, how would you be today? How much better would you be? What if you had a bunch of these silver american eagles?

I had an unfortunate personal experience of buying cases and cases of juice when joining another MLM company which I am still drinking today. Sure it's supposed to be good for me but years from now did it put money in my pockets?

Shoot, my dad told me he used to sell soap door to door years ago and all the left over stock he just dumped to friends and family. If my father had been selling silver and with the left over inventory just SAT ON IT how much better would he be?

See, so many people I teach today are in soaps, lotions, juices, pills…. you name it. These are great as consumables but if you have been in network marketing long enough you KNOW the business model is run by selling the majority of the products to it's OWN distributor base.

Sure some good reps will sell products but MOST will just consume it IF they can. I said IF. IF you didn't, you got a garage or closet full of products.

First thought is, “wow, where am I going to do with all of this stuff”.
My thought with silver is “which bank will securely store my assets?”
There is a different type of thinking going on.

  • Start building wealth
  • Stop hiding cash under your mattress
  • Start working with proven online/offline marketers to build your asset business
  • Stop pitching to friends and family members about products you have to CONVINCE they need.

When your ready to take on your financial future I am waiting to train Executives ONLY.

Engineering Your Success,
Lawrence Tam

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Honored In Vegas As L4 Executive Member with MLSP


Lawrence Tam

Funny dude who grew up in Houston, and retired from Mechanical Engineering at the age of 33. Has 3 kiddos and happily married and marketing full time since 2012.

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5 Comments

Alice Kinston · June 11, 2012 at 3:33 am

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Tammy · January 10, 2011 at 7:20 pm

Lawrence, I’ve just recently found you! AND SO GLAD I DID! I have just dove into network marketing and am so pumped about it!

    Lawrence Tam · January 10, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    2 tips to success. Work with people (business partners) you can trust.
    and
    Stay in it to win it even if part time.

Lawrence Tam · January 10, 2011 at 6:47 pm

Moises, you have my consent to republish under your own name. :0

MoisesColon · January 10, 2011 at 6:02 pm

You should post this on betternetworker.com… just for the CEO and management free information on why numismatics are valuable more than bullion… Sorry Retailers!!!!!

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