Your Questions About Invest In Gold Bullion

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George asks…

Can you recommend a legit, cheaper dealer of bullion coins?

I am thinking of investing in gold coins (bullion, not numismatic). Thanks.

financi4 answers:

I’ve used this vendor, professional and straightforward.

Http://www.blanchardonline.com/blanchard_products/bullion.php?content=18668274312&gclid=CIulhaafyqkCFRtjgwod5hwEOw

James asks…

How would I go about purchasing gold bullion?

I have $10,000 or so to invest and would like to in vest in gold bullion. But am unsure how to. I live in Florida if thats any help. Thank you so much

Brandon

financi4 answers:

Brandon,
Its actually really easy. Ive been buying precious metals online for the last 15 years. Basically you have to evaluate the reason why your are looking to invest and that will help decide what kind of gold to buy. I like bullion coins and not numismatic coins because their value is based solely on its metal content which is easier for me to understand vs. Collectible value. I like American Gold Eagles because everyone wants them and they seem to be the easiest to get rid of when I sell. I would steer away from South African Kruger-Rands because they are a bit hard to get rid of. Ive done business with just about every online bullion dealer out there, but the best one is ProvidentMetals.com. They have the least expensive coins and bars, and the fastest shipping. I also really like the fact that, with them, I don’t have to place my order online, I can just call them. Their number is 877-429-8790. Ask for Jeremy. Hes really helpful.
You’ll have to write back and tell me how your first purchase went. Good luck!

Chris asks…

I am looking to invest in Gold. Anyone recommend a good website to purchase from? Coins or Bullion?

financi4 answers:

Here are some links to buy physical precious metals online.

Paul asks…

buying gold bullion bars? is this a good idea to invest $ in?

and im talking about buying and having put away.

financi4 answers:

Silver is a better investment. Right now the gold to silver ratio is about 58 to 1. Silver occurs naturally at a ratio of 17.5 to 1,(.04 parts per million vs golds .007 parts per million in the earth) so eventually over time, the ratio will have to go back to that especially if silver becomes unavailable to manufacturers because of scarcity. I believe both metals will go up, gold is really only protecting your assets in real money. Silver can actually make you a profit while protecting you.

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