King Midas was the mythical monarch of Phrygia, an ancient country located in what's now Western Turkey. According to Greek legend, King Midas was walking through his garden one day when he encountered a faun by the name of Silenus. Although... (Read More)
Now that spring is officially here, many islanders are spending a day or two a week beachside. While this is perfectly understandable, it also carries the risk of extended exposure to the sun's harsh UV rays.
Even if you were born and raised... (Read More)
Now that spring is here, many Hawaiians are preparing to sort through their clutter and start tidying up.
Are you one of them? If so, you might be thinking about what steps to take next. For unwanted items, you typically have three... (Read More)
If you've ever traded-in your gold, jewelry, or other valuables with us, then you know all our payouts are based on the spot prices of the day. But what exactly is a spot price, and why do they fluctuate? Read on to find out.
What is a spot... (Read More)
In January of 2018, you quit your 9-to-5 at a local real estate firm and made the decision to become a freelance graphic designer. Art is your passion, and you've been doing it as a side hobby for years. The traditional office environment was... (Read More)
This time of year, most of the United States is caught under a bubble of rain, ice, sleet, and snow. But here in Hawaii, the average winter temperature is a balmy 78 degrees. It's the perfect weather for getting outside and enjoying some sunshine... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange will be holding its First Annual Gold Sellers Pop-Up at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel, Mala'ikena Room on Saturday & Sunday, March 16th & 17th, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Bring your unwanted precious metals - gold, silver... (Read More)