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Precious Metal Rate

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Household investors are far more likely to benefit from a precious metal rate that is offered by a reputable large-volume exchange, so they are encouraged to avoid dealing with local gold dealers for their bullion, and rare coin needs. The over marked retail prices that local gold dealers typically charge, are “shiny bait” for gold bugs who fail to evaluate their finances, or to evaluate their bullion, and rare coin diversification needs.

Bullion bars and coins are generally used as short-term profit vehicles, as precious metal IRA contributions, or as diversifications for rare coins like Double Eagles, which are $20 Lady Liberty, and $20 Saint Gaudens, 22-karat, rare gold coins. Rare coins like Double Eagles are used to protect wealth throughout long-term episodes of economic indecision, malfunction and panic. They contain almost a full troy-ounce of pure gold, but it’s their numismatic value that “steal the show” in making them coveted long-term, safe haven assets.

Investors pay a fairly high precious metal rate for Double Eagles’ proven ability to protect wealth, so wise investors are certifying their numismatic value with official “mint state grades”. The highest possible grade that a rare coin can receive is a 70, but investment-quality rare coins like $20 Double Eagles, $10 Eagles, $5 Half-Eagles, and $2.5 Eagles, carry mint state grades that range between 61, and 66.

Popular bullion diversifications for Double Eagle coinage are 22-karat American Eagles, which contain a full troy-ounce of pure gold, and whose prices hover slightly above the current gold spot price. Investors are encouraged to complete their research, and then to contact one of our friendly specialists, who offer institutional discounts on bullion and rare coin to household investors like you.

John Burke

Precious Metal Cost

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Household investors can expend a much more beneficial precious metal cost for their bullion, and rare coin by transacting through a reputable large-volume precious metals exchange. There are countless gold dealers nationwide that advertise discounted prices for items like American Eagle bullion, or certified rare gold coins, but these prices almost invariably wind up being grossly over marked retail prices. Their aim is solely to get buyers into their lair, with no regard for their financial needs, and a very short selection (and memory) of discounted gold.

Conversely, large-volume precious metals exchanges carry the widest available selection of bullion and certified rare gold coins at an institutionally reduced precious metal cost. The proper diversification of both types of precious metal items is essential for maximum investment potential, particularly if investor’s primary financial concerns lie in long-term financial protection. Certified rare gold coins like Double Eagles, are widely considered to be premier long-term investments, because their numismatic value has enormous potential for prolific appreciation during trying economic times.

Double Eagles are rare $20 Lady Liberty, and $20 Saint Gaudens, 22-karat, investment-grade gold coins. Their .9675 troy-ounces of pure gold is a proven vehicle for their numismatic value, and investors are advised to only rely on either the PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service), or the NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation), for their official numismatic certification.

Investors can avoid paying an unnecessary retail precious metal cost for their American Eagle bullion, and Double Eagle rare gold coin, by contacting one of our friendly specialists today.

John Burke

Precious Metal Cost

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

The most beneficial item to remember when considering a physical, investment-grade precious metal cost, is determining a prospective investment’s status to be either bullion, or rare coin. Bullion items like 24-karat bars, and 22, and 24-karat bullion coins generally carry prices that are only slightly higher than the current gold spot price, due to their absence of numismatic value. Certain bullion coins have been known to appreciate as collectables however, due to some bullion coins’ limited annual minting. Bullion coins like modern, 22-karat American Eagles are globally popular items due to their liquidity, as our government backs their weight and precious metal content (one full troy ounce of pure gold).

Recent spot price fluctuations have considerably lowered the precious metal cost of bullion coins like the aforementioned American Eagle, which are also commonly used as short-term diversifications for rare, Double Eagle coins, which possess distinguished numismatic value. $20 Lady Liberty, and $20 Saint Gaudens, rare, 22-karat gold coins are also known as Double Eagles, and these coins experienced a radical appreciation throughout the inflationary cycle of the 1970’s. Many of today’s investors hope to see a repeat performance from Double Eagle coins in the months and years to come, as the future of our nation’s economy hangs in the balance. Prospective investors are encouraged to complete their research on the benefits of bullion, and rare coin diversification. They are then advised to contact one of our friendly specialists, who offer institutional discounts on American Eagle bullion, and Double Eagle rare coin to household investors like you.

John Burke

Precious Metal Cost

Friday, November 13th, 2009

In the realm of serious long-term and short-term precious metal investing, precious metal cost refers to the price of rare coins and bullion bars and coins, whose values fluctuate along with the current gold spot price, which is the cost of one troy ounce of pure gold. The gold spot price has been the belle of the world market ball for nearly four weeks running, with multiple record-setting displays that have required remarkably short profit-taking recovery periods. Gold’s high was a modest $1111. at around noon EST on Friday, but economists and investors are gaining confidence in the gold market, while dollar values grimly cling to a superficial existence.

There are billions of overprinted U.S. dollars in circulation, and their value is growing more speculative by the minute. More and more parallels are being drawn between today’s economic dilemmas, and the Great Depression, and although nobody wants to see a full-blown panic, Independent minded investors are adapting a Spartan mindset to their financial principles, and making long-term investments in rare coins, and diversifying with bullion to maximize their investment potential.

Precious metal cost between bullion and rare coin is significant, with bullion prices hovering just above the current spot price, and rare coins commanding much higher premiums. Rare coins like $20 Lady Liberty, and $20 Saint Gaudens possess numismatic value, which generally tends to appreciate over time. These rare, 22-karat coins are premier long-term investments, and bullion coins like 22-karat American Eagles make superb diversifications. Investors are encouraged to complete their research, and then to contact one of our friendly specialists, who offer institutional discounts on bullion, and rare coin.

John Burke