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Buying the Dips in Precious Metals prices

The long-term price trend for gold, silver, and platinum has been steadily upward with short-term ups and downs.  Gold increased by $340.70/ounce over the past 12 months. What investors should be looking at is the steady upward trend over months and years. This “steady-upward trend” is what should matter to investors who want to diversify their portfolios by replacing a percentage of paper assets such as stocks and bonds with precious metals. Gold has taken a few hits this week due mostly to the activity on the political front. China trade talks look  to be coming closer to a deal, which has pushed gold prices down. Last apparently saw a large sell order which may have also sparked a decline in prices. What does this mean for gold? Traditionally, political and social … Read More

From a Euro Bank Held Collection 400 Crisp Gold $5 Half Eagles With Motto “In God We Trust”

In God We Trust – All Others Pay Cash! During the bloody carnage of America’s Civil War, there was a movement at the U.S. Treasury Department to make sure the motto “In God We Trust” was added to America’s coins. Some people interpreted it as a nod to finding purpose in the sacrifice of so many at the Altar of Freedom. For others, it was the Federal Government’s way of saying that God was on the Union side. Whatever the real reason, when the motto was added to coins it did not escape the eagle-eyed notice of Americans, prompting someone to quip: “In God We Trust – all others pay cash!” We have brought in from a bank vault in a secret European location,400 original $5 gold Liberty half Eagles. Each one of these coins is in crisp extra fine or better condition. We are happy to be able offer … Read More

The Best Deal in The Coin Market

There are a lot of gold coins on the market. But they all fall into two basic categories: “Bullion or numismatic (rare) coins”. Bullion coins simply refer to gold coins that are made almost exclusively from precious metal, in this case gold. Their value component is that they consist of highly refined gold and are viewed primarily as an investment or a hedge against tough economic conditions. Numismatic coins refer to rare coins, ones that are bought and sold by collectors. Unlike bullion coins, their value isn’t based on the gold content, but rather on their rarity and condition. Their premiums are usually much higher than bullion coins, and can stretch into the thousands of dollars and in some cases, millions! “Semi-numismatic” coins is another term you might … Read More

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