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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Break And Enter-3: KMG Gold Recycling March 21 2015, 2:38AM CDT

 Third video in series. Two individuals are seen after breaking into the premises on Academy Road in Winnipeg MB stealing items from KMG Gold in Winnipeg MB, March 21, 2015 at 2:38AM CDT. It appears to be one male and one female looking for items to steal.
Upon fleeing one individual is seen taking an HP laptop computer.
Both individuals have distinctive clothing, jackets and shoes.
Anyone with any information on this crime should contact the Winnipeg Police Service at http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/tblofcontents/contact.stm

Video surveillance footage here:
https://youtu.be/8dvUsyM1Q1A

Still photographs of the individuals:








Posted by Mike Gupton at 6:34 PM 0 Comments

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Break And Enter-2: KMG Gold Recycling March 21 2015, 2:38AM CDT

 Second of three videos. Two individuals are seen after breaking into the premises on Academy Road in Winnipeg MB stealing items from KMG Gold in Winnipeg MB, March 21, 2015 at 2:38AM CDT. It appears to be one male and one female looking for items to steal.
Upon fleeing one individual is seen taking an HP laptop computer.
Both individuals have distinctive clothing, jackets and shoes.
Anyone with any information on this crime should contact the Winnipeg Police Service at http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/tblofcontents/contact.stm

Video surveillance here:

https://youtu.be/UXbRLa9-AAc

Still photos of the individuals:










Posted by Mike Gupton at 6:30 PM 0 Comments

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Break And Enter: KMG Gold Recycling March 21 2015, 2:38AM CDT

 First of three videos: Two individuals are seen after breaking into the premises on Academy Road in Winnipeg MB stealing items from KMG Gold in Winnipeg MB, March 21, 2015 at 2:38AM CDT. It appears to be one male and one female looking for items to steal.
Upon fleeing one individual is seen taking an HP laptop computer.
Both individuals have distinctive clothing, jackets and shoes.
Anyone with any information on this crime should contact the Winnipeg Police Service at http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/tblofcontents/contact.stm

See video surveillance of the break-in here: 

https://youtu.be/z_iISgW9iaQ


Still photos of the individuals:



Very distictive soles of his shoes.



Very distinctive shoes.





















Posted by Mike Gupton at 6:25 PM 0 Comments

Friday, March 20, 2015

Is Now The Perfect Storm For Canadians to Sell Scrap Gold?

Winnipeg MB: www.kmggold.com 
With the Canadian dollar at near record low values compared to the US greenback, and the price of gold driving upwards, could this be the perfect storm for Canadians to sell their scrap gold?

Whenever the Canadian dollar loses ground against the American dollar, Canadians should smile. Gold, silver and all other precious metals are bought and sold in US dollars, so when either the Canadian dollar slips or the U.S. dollar gains strength over the CAD, Canadians come out on top.

Right now the USD is about 1.27 times the CAD, and with gold seeing strength lately, Canadians get more bang for their buck selling gold. 

Today, gold traded at around $1180USD/ozt, but with the CAD at 1.27, that saw gold traded in CAD very close to $1500CAD/ozt. Canadians haven't seen these types of prices for gold for at least a year.

Take advantage of the high gold prices and the low Canadian dollar now! 

Its the the perfect storm for Canadians to sell their scrap gold, silver, platinum and palladium.

http://www.kmggold.com

Posted by Mike Gupton at 3:57 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Ultimate Women's Show 2015 in Winnipeg

 Seize the opportunity to gather all the women you know - mothers-sisters-cousins-friends-neighbours and be prepared for a fun filled weekend of shopping opportunities, interactive demonstrations, exhibits, decorating, fashion, beauty, health and fitness and definitely entertainment! 
 
The Ultimate Women's Show is a truly femalelicious, sensational, entertaining and exciting weekend out for each and every woman visiting. This show presents the ideal opportunity to shop, learn, participate and enjoy!  There will be interactive exhibits, mainstage presentations and companies that will appeal to all senses - showcasing products and services for women of all ages.
This will be the third time, I believe, that KMG Gold has attended the Ultimate Women's Show at #AssiniboiaDowns #Winnipeg. We hope to see you there! Don't forget to bring you old unwanted gold jewelery for a free appraisal.
Posted by Mike Gupton at 7:40 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Manitoba Dental Convention 2015

 The Manitoba Dental Association invites you to join us for their 131st Annual Meeting & Convention. This year's event is taking place at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba. Brandon hosted the 2007 and 2000 MDA Conventions. Brandon is the second-largest city in Manitoba and is located in the southwestern area of the province. The city is located along the Assiniboine River. Some facts about Brandon can be found at http://brandon.ca/city-facts.
Did you know that KMG Gold confidentially shreds and recycles x-Ray film as well as recycles gold, silver, platinum and palladium dental crowns, sprues and casting splatter? Can't wait to see you at the convention!
Posted by Mike Gupton at 7:38 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Food and Friends With Larry McIntosh on CJOB 680

Peak of the Markets Larry McIntosh interviews Michael Gupton, President of KMG Gold Recycling. They discuss gold, silver, platinum and what the heck is Palladium? The cash for gold business, how Michael Gupton got started in the gold business and his experiences as a gold prospector!
680 CJOB @peakofthemarket Corus Entertainment KMG Gold @mytoba Saturday March 21 2015, 680 on your AM dial in Manitoba.
Be sure to watch our Food and Friends TV live interview on MyToba.ca which airs after the radio broadcast.
Posted by Mike Gupton at 7:35 PM 0 Comments

Monday, March 16, 2015

Hawaiian Rose Gold Better?

Just returned from a well deserved holiday in #Maui. Thanks Rolling Rock 
 
There were lots of tourists and cruise ship visitors that were at the #Gold shops looking at #Hawaiian gold. #rosegold etc. Rose gold is simply gold, mixed with a higher percentage of copper to make it appear reddish or rose coloured. There is nothing special about it. And it is not more valuable.
 
All karat gold is a mixture of gold, which is very yellow and soft, and other metals, such as silver, copper, zinc, tin etc. These other metals colour the final jewelry alloy as well as make it tougher and more resistant to scratches. As gold is very soft and easily scratched.
 
If Hawaiian jewelry is special to you, then it is well worth it, as that is what jewellery is all about.
Posted by Mike Gupton at 4:19 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

How Does Gold Change Colours?

Have you ever been confused by the terms white gold, green gold, and rose gold? All real gold is yellow, isn't it, so how do other colours fit in? Those 'other' colours of gold are alloys, new metals that are created by combining two or more different metals.

Chances are the ring on your finger is marked 18K, 14K, or 10K to indicate how much pure gold is present in the mix.
24K gold is pure gold.
18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another metal(s), making it 75% gold.
14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another metal(s), making it 58.3% gold.
12K gold contains 12 parts gold and 12 parts of another metal(s), making it 50% gold.
10K gold contains 10 parts gold and 14 parts another metal(s), making it 41.7% gold.

#Nickel can be mixed with gold to create a white colour, but be aware that nickel can cause dermatitis in some people (nickel is a fairly common allergen).
#Palladium is another metal used to create white gold alloys. Related to #platinum, it is more expensive than nickel, but is less likely to cause allergic reactions than nickel.
#Copper is added to make many gold-coloured alloys, but additional copper creates pink and rose tones -- the more copper, the deeper the effect.
Greenish shades are created by adding #silver to gold.
Posted by Mike Gupton at 12:00 AM 0 Comments