Many people view the price of gold today as merely the tip of the gold price iceberg, just as our nation’s current economic problems have yet to fully reveal themselves. Gold historically maintains an inverse relationship with dollar values, meaning that during times when dollar values become speculative, gold prices generally tend to rise.
Gold has been regularly resetting the all-time record high spot price over the past few weeks, while our nation’s once almighty dollar is presently teetering on the precipice of oblivion. More and more individuals now believe that the price of gold today is the start of what could build to be a $2000 per troy-ounce spot price before the close of 2010, and are purchasing various diversifications of bullion and rare coin, as deemed by their short-term and long-term financial needs and expectations.
A commonly shared investment philosophy among the vast majority of today’s gold buyers is to purchase rare coins like Double Eagles, for long-term financial stability, and to diversify with far less costly bullion, to capitalize on short-term gains, while rare coins are left to appreciate over time.
The numismatic value that rare coins possess historically appreciates during turbulent economic cycles, and Double Eagle coins are currently selling at up to 400% below their all-time selling highs. Double Eagles are $20 Lady Liberty, and $20 Saint Gaudens, 22-karat rare gold coins, and household investors can receive institutional discounts on their rare and bullion coins by contacting one of our friendly specialists.
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