as the guest speaker for the 236th meeting of the Karl Hess Club, to convene
on December 16, 2013.
Lawrence D. Goldberg on “What Color Are Your Assets?"
Referencing his new book, What Color Are Your Assets?, Lawrence D. Goldberg will discuss how precious metals can help you shoot the financial rapids in today's precarious economy.
From his publisher, Zyrus Press:
"In this thorough, succinct, yet easy to understand book, renowned rare coin dealer Lawrence D. Goldberg takes you on a tour inside the precious metals and rare coin markets, providing answers to the most common and important questions asked by investors and collectors: How to buy for value? How to avoid rip-offs? Why are precious metals and rare coins vital for today's investor?
"Along with straightforward explanations of the most crucial aspects of the hard asset markets, Mr. Goldberg outlines the fundamental ways of thinking and practical approaches that arm any investor or collector with the tools necessary to produce consistently outstanding results."
And from reviewer Don Kagin, PhD. in numismatics:
"For anyone who wishes to learn the essential do's and don't's of buying and selling precious metals and rare coins, this book is an excellent place to start."
Bring your checkbook or cash, as Lawrence will have books on hand for purchase and will be pleased to autograph your copy!
About Lawrence D. Goldberg:
Lawrence D. Goldberg began his rare coins career in 1981, working for Bowers and Ruddy Galleries in Hollywood, California -- at the time the largest rare coin company in the world. In 1991 he founded Customized Numismatic Portfolios, Inc. and continues as its president to this day.
He is an authorized dealer for the Professional Coin Grading Service, the Numismatic Guarantee Corporation, and Certified Acceptance Corporation, and an associate member of the Professional Numismatists' Guild.
Since 2001 he's written and published his thrice annual Rare Coin Report Newsletter. His latest book is What Color Are Your Assets: An Insider's Guide to Rare Coins and Precious Metals.
He has distributed video interviews of Ayn Rand, wrote the ebook Balance Transfer Magic to teach people how to manage credit and debt, and helped raise money to build a new outdoor stage for the Independent Shakespeare Company of Los Angeles.
In the 1980s he was a member of the California Libertarian Party and a guest editorialist on KNX news radio in Los Angeles. He has a B.A. in literature, with minors in drama and political science, from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.