Larry LaBorde

Larry LaBorde is a precious metals broker in Louisiana with a worldwide customer base.  Larry also is involved in several family businesses including contracting, commercial real estate, private investing and wholesale distribution.  Larry has been married for 35 years and has two grown children.  Larry is an active member at First United Methodist Church, a 32 degree mason, a member of Downtown Shreveport Development Corp, the Lions Club, the Shreveport Yacht Club and the Bonner Family Office.  Larry enjoys sailing, writing and traveling around the world.  Visit Silver Trading Company, LLC at www.silvertrading.net for all your precious metals & storage needs. 

Larry LaBorde Articles

Even if you are on the right track you can get run over by a train if you are not moving. Inaction can sometimes kill you. Most of the time you just don’t have the luxury of a crystal ball. Don’t wait until you have all the facts...
Why aren’t we seeing more volatility in the metals markets? A couple of months ago, Cyprus (Russia’s anointed “Switzerland-lite”), proved that first world banking systems aren’t completely against confiscation or “one-time taxes.” It’s...
The lovely Miss Puddy once again accompanied me on another trip. This time the destination was Detroit. I wanted to see the famous Detroit Institute of Art before the bankruptcy judge ordered all the pieces to be sold. There has been a...
MONEY - THEN AND NOW Part XII
Installment VII H.L. Hunt's Boys and the Circle K Cowboys
No, I didn’t stutter and strike the “1” key twice. George Washington was indeed the 11th president of the United States. He was the first president under our currentConstitution; however, there were 10 presidents before him under the...
Many readers who grace this site believe in precious metals but have yet to "try the water". Well come on in boys, the water's just fine! If you regularly purchase gold and/or silver bullion then you probably should just close this...
My interest in money as a child began at an early age. I happened to be 7 years old when the new 1965 "tokens" were first minted. I was not sure why, but I knew there was something going on here. Several adults grumbled and complained...

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The total world's holdings of gold could be transported by a single solitary oil tanker.