As the global economy emerges from its’ so-called “summer doldrums”, more investors are looking to diversify their initial bullion investment into gold coin. Experienced investors generally recommend diversification for most precious metal investments, and gold coins are historically proven to preserve, and even supplement wealth during turbulent economic times. It may be intriguing for some to consider a local dealer with gold coins for sale, but these types of dealers aren’t equipped to handle the specific, long-term and short-term needs of serious household investors. Instead, investors are advised to consult a large-volume precious metal dealer, as they offer expert investment consultation, as well as institutional discounts on bullion coins and rare coins.
Large volume dealers offer far more than a flashing sign reading, “Gold Coins For Sale”. These dealers can match investors with gold coin investments that customize each individual investor’s specific, financial needs. Investors who seek long-term security, generally opt for rare coins, like $20 Saint Gaudens, or $20 Lady Liberty, 22-Karat gold coins, as their numismatic value tends to appreciate over time. Other popular rare coins include:
$10 Lady Liberty’s, and $10 Indian gold coins
$5 Lady Liberty’s and $5 Indians
$2.5 Liberty’s and $2.5 Indians
Although bullion coins have no numismatic value, they can still help investors with long-term financial security, as the U.S. government approves 22-Karat, American Eagle bullion coins, as acceptable precious metal-backed IRA contributions. American Eagles are available in 1-ounce, ½-ounce, ¼ ounce, and 1/10-ounce denominations, for greater affordability. Other, 24-Karat bullion coins that are IRA-approved are:
American Buffalos, Canadian Maple Leafs, Australian Kangaroos, Koalas, and Lunar coins, as well as Chinese Pandas.
All of these coins are also offered in incremental denominations, like the American Eagles, and investors are encouraged to contact one of our friendly specialists, who offer large-volume discounts on bullion coin and rare coin.