Your Questions About Invest In Gold Bullion

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Chris asks…

Does anyone have experience buying gold and silver bullion?

I’ve never invested in precious metals but i want to put a good chunk of my savings in gold and silver since the dollar is sucking. what are the best places to buy? are there fees that take a large percent of your money or anything?

financi4 answers:

You really have more than one choice.

1. Invest in a Mutual Fund that invests primarily in valuable metals. “GOLD” is one such fund but there are others out there.

2. Buy actual “REAL” gold and silver bullion. There are loads of sellers out there who sell at the current spot price OR you can always find Gold and Silver Eagles available online at eBay (and can sometimes find some real bargains out there).

Remember that Gold has generally NOT been a very good investment over the years and has regularly been outperformed by both the stock market and real estate. In fact, had you bought 1 ounce of gold in 1980 – you could have spent as much as $850 at that year’s high. That would have been equivalent to $2,150 in today’s dollars (adjusted for inflation). In other words, you would have had a net loss of about 60% over the last 27 years!

Hate to be the bearer of bad news … But the hype about gold is just that, hype.

Hope that helps!

Ken asks…

Any thermonuclear weapons on the global black market for sale?

Anybody out there on the black market that want to sell one to me- ill have to wait till i get my copyrights and take care of business you see- then ill be willing to buy one to take down the dome of the rock and make muslims in the middle east run without they sock- stupid dumb mosque need to come down one way or another- it will be done by my copyrights or manipulating my brother- israel just sell me one when that time draw near- so i can kick all them muslims in they stupid rear- dont worry, it wont be to harm my own kind- I love the Federal Government and this land I call mine! I live in Hollywood, Florida. My email address is unislamic@yahoo.com allahonearth@yahoo.com prophetmabus@yahoo.com prophetislamabad@yahoo.com. I will be able to afford any one you have as ( i own copyrights to punctuation,manimation,curb record inc, 45rpm and smaller,i.e., cd,dvd,mp3 and discs. I also have a 30yr.U.S.Savings Bond invested in gold bullion, interest in 2 properties.Im recovering this soon).

financi4 answers:

Take your medication, I think some government agency may want to discuss with you the actual bomb transaction details. They will be wearing cheap suits, dark sun-glasses and be driving plain black cars. Ya cant miss em. Serve em some coffe and donuts when they get there and they may give a ride in their car. Good luck,froot loop.

Mark asks…

Does America know my copyrights will not be used ?

Punctuation such as the . appears in all places, the stocks 7.2%, $2.00, even in dot matrix- its called a dot in .com- but it is the period in punctuation!Like who didnt know that ?I also own copyrights to 45rpm,cd,dvd,discs,etc-and when i recover will prohibit their use. My dad divorced my mom in 75, he left his copyrights to my sis and i- a deposition was made and a paper deposit into library of congress for assign. and transfer of rights to be made naming my sis and i coowner.My mom was given the document.She opened a trust,had a 30 yr.bond issued to it,invested in gold bullion and interest in 2 props-in 2005 i was supposed to record my claim as coowner-(but my mom defrauding me on trust and bond-she didnt give me proceeds- no k1, the irs-c.i.d. is aware of her tax fraud- i need f.e.i.n. to show material interest to trust w/irs and my sis made recordations@copyright officew/out my name, they had to have claimed me as is -which is fraud!I dont meet criteria.I will recover all !GTA111

financi4 answers:

File a complaint who uses the copyright that belongs to you so that the government will know.

William asks…

Unprecedented investment opportunity, Gold have been heavily undervalued in last 10 days, 1,330 $ / ounce?

What is the best approach to invest ? Buying Gold stocks or bullions.. anyone can help?

Considering all these Stimulus (Including $1 trillion in cash infusions), quantative easing (another 600 billions topping the 1 trillion), and emergency fund (750 Billion Euro) in Europe will cause a spike in inflation,” driving gold more and more higher in the future.

If this trend of printing money continues Banknotes will not worth more than the paper and the ink cost in near future!!!!

financi4 answers:

Thanks to Dave B I was going to look and see what the price of gold should really be, he saved me the trouble.

You certainly don’t understand the market, is there a short term gain to be made from gold, very possibly it might rise to $1500 but that is unlikely. That said a shift of $20 is enough to make a profit if you are buying $100,000 at a time for a gain in weeks.

If you are on small money (less than $5,000) then it isn’t worth looking at, it is high because the interest rates on money are so low, they are not going to go lower. Also the threat of major conflagration (War) is slowly easing so the flight to Gold will slowly recede with it.

The quantitative easing theory is reasonable but will also not hold water in regards to the price of gold. If you have some, look at selling, if not start looking for investment opportunities elsewhere.

John asks…

Unprecedented investment opportunity, Gold have been heavily undervalued in last 10 days, 1,330 $ / ounce, now?

GUYS, What is the best approach to invest ? Buying Gold stocks or bullions.. anyone can help?

Considering all these Stimulus (Including $1 trillion in cash infusions), quantative easing (another 600 billions topping the 1 trillion), and emergency fund (750 Billion Euro) in Europe will cause a spike in inflation,” driving gold more and more higher in the future.

If this trend of printing money continues Banknotes will not worth more than the paper and the ink cost in near future!!!!

financi4 answers:

I’m losing track of how many times this has been posted.

But definitely looks like a time to sell.

Thomas asks…

How liquid is silver and gold bullion? For a novice investors that is!?

I want to invest in some metals, but I want to be able to liquidate my stash if required (probably $3000-$5000 initial investment). I trust a coin dealer in Detroit will sell me the bullion, but will they buy it back without taking a huge loss? If the price sky rockets, will I have access to full price buyers?
Thanks so much for the quick answers. I’ve read a How to Invest in Gold book and it does say ETF have risks (beyond the volatility of the markets). Does buying shares of GLD and SLV give you rights to the physical elements of Au (gold) and Ag (silver)? We already saw what happened to the banking system, who is to say this won’t happen to ETF’s?

Those are questions I have after reading the section on pitfalls of ETFs.

financi4 answers:

I think all trading have involved risk. Well, buying gold and silver is just for old people. My uncle do collect some of gold coins and silver coins in Canada. It might worth much more after thirty years storage time.
I and my husband are not investing in any stock shares or gold bullion. Gold shelter is more appropriate to the current economic downturn all over this world. As an economics graduate, I wish I could say something more favorable other than every trading is involved bubble and risk. The smart investor play it save by buying low and sell it with the minor gain active forever in the stock markets. Unlike most of my husbands’ friends have lost ranging from HK $10 k to more than ten millions in the risky investments of all kinds. However, it is up to you, it is your money.
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Michael asks…

Stocks, Gold Bullion, Spousal Support?

My divorce is still being negotiated. My husband is raping me financially and grinding for every penny I make (and sadly winning more than I had hoped). In hopes to regain some financial dignity, I have found new options to increase my net worth. If I buy gold bullion and stocks will he be entitled to it later?

He is already getting 11 years of spousal support plus 38% of my gross yearly bonus (more than what I even get) and half of everything we owned before the divorce started. Can he get the money I make from stocks? Can he get money from the gains I get on the gold? Should I store it in an offshore bank? Would I be safer investing in offshore land/properties? My greedy husband has already destroyed my life. I just want a life that is my own when my hard work isn’t wasted to that lazy, ungrateful POS.

We live in California. Thank you for any helpful input.
I appreciate the first bit of advice but none of those options are available. My concern is my stock option and gold. None of the things you suggested respond to my question…

financi4 answers:

Start here: http://www.cadivorce.com/california-divorce-guide/spousal-support/how-spousal-support-is-decided-in-california/

Many States authorize that alimony payments end when/if the party collecting gets married again, or becomes employed at a greater income than the one currently paying out. But the court must reassess again for the second option. If your income drops below the level of his/her income outside of what you currently gift, it would seem (to me) that the court would also reassess but you are the party who would have to take it to court again.

The amount of time you pay is also, apparently, according to California law, determined by the length of time you were married as well. That would seem to incorporate any assets you are currently either buying or investing in as well.

I suggest you get either a good attorney or a moderator to handle your side of the negotiations. His attorney is always going to press and ask for far more on behalf of his client.

Who is asking for the divorce? It may be that you’d be better off pressing against divorce in the first place. (Neither of you has to live together and you might be better off remaining married…which, by the way, might be an agony to him if he’s the one who wants one)

George asks…

Which gold bullion to buy?

I would like to buy some gold bullion coins/bars
It seems Bullion Gold Bar .999+ Pure – CMX (Sealed) (1.000 oz.) is the cheapest whereas the
S. African Krugerrand Gold Coin (1.000 oz.) cost a little more and the
Canadian Maple Gold Coin (1.000 oz.) , American Eagle Gold Coin (1.000 oz.) cost even more!

I believe the intrinsic value of the gold should be all the same between the items… Which is best to get for purely investing purposes. (I don’t really care how it looks, just that it would be easy to trade in the future..)
Thanks!

financi4 answers:

It all depends on how much you are looking to invest, but in general I would buy gold bullion and not numismatic coins. Plain coins are called rounds and just have a hallmark on them. If you were talking about buying a handful of coins I’d say get what you like, but if you want to buy significant volume I would just go with bullion for a couple of reasons.

Bullion is easier to store. If you are buying some coins and putting them in a safe it’s not a big deal but if you are buying 100 oz and don’t want to worry about storing it yourself. You mention that you plan on trading it. If you plan to be an active trader you will need to have it placed in storage so you can move it quickly. If you go with gold bullion you can opt for unallocated storage which is cheaper.

I have significant gold and silver holdings. I own bullion, both bars & rounds and I keep most of it in storage so I can trade it. My son took an interest in precious metals so I bought him a silver Buffalo/Indian Head coin as a gift because it “looks cooler”(his words) than rounds but it is a sentimental purchase and not an investment.

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