Monday, April 28, 2014

Where to Buy Gold and Silver Coins

Learn How to Buy Gold and How to Buy Silver in the form of coins, and Where to Buy Gold Coins. The Numis Network is about collecting Coins and Coin Collectors including Royal Mint Coins. How to Buy Gold and Silver coins, is about the past, the future and the state of the worlds economy today. Gold and Silver are the pillars on which the worlds economies are built, and this makes them an extremely safe investment. Just like that old saying, "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush," gold and silver in your hands is worth much more than a piece of paper with numbers on it. But buying bouillon is not the most economical form to have in your house. The global market for minted coins is topping $100 Billion and there are people who make a very comfortable living from the comfort of their homes. When Caesar Augustus ruled Rome, he was known to give rare coins as gifts. Beyond the history of collecting minted coins, they can be very lucrative as well. Coins have historical significance and can tell stories about the society that minted them. It was in 1863 in the United States, that the first coin was printed with the words "In God We Trust." People were so moved by this, that it became required on coins thereafter. It wasn't until the 14th century that contemporary coin collecting and appreciation began. During the Renaissance it was a bit of a fad amongst the upper class, obviously because at that time, a coin was much more rare than in the 21st century. It is the Italian scholar, Petrarch who is first credited with being a Numismatic, or coin collector. Following his example, kings, princes, and other nobility kept collections of ancient coins. Brought to you by The Shotgun Show TM, a highly effective and cleverly disguised Online Marketing "How To" platform and 21st Century Internet Marketing Strategy for Social Media Marketing. Get with an Internet Marketing Company that knows how to leverage the new "word of mouth.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Where / How to Buy Gold Coins or Bars

If you're a first-time gold buyer, you shouldn't be intimidated by the prospect of buying gold. Though the task may seem daunting, the process is rather easy once you know the basics. You should start by asking yourself several questions.

1. How much money am I looking to exchange for gold?

Note, that despite the fact that most people refer to gold as an investment, gold is not a traditional investment because gold does not produce a dividend. Gold is money, and as money, its true value is measured by its purchasing power in relation to other assets. Determining whether you have $1,000 to exchange or $100,000 to exchange will go a long way in helping you select the right gold vehicle.

2. Do I want to take possession of my gold?

In the modern market, there are many ways to invest in gold, such as purchasing through a custodial service, like,, or the Perth Mint. These companies allow you to purchase gold and keep it in their audited vaults. The advantages are ease of buying, ease of selling, and a safe place for storage. The disadvantages are cost (you pay yearly fees and higher premiums) and lack of access to your holdings.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014

How To Buy Gold Bars

Steven Cochran, better known as the "Coin Explorer," is back with another video that helps explain how to buy gold bars, how to choose between the different types gold bars, and what to pay attention to when making a purchasing decision. There are many buyers who are interested in adding physical gold to their holdings or their investment portfolio, but are unsure of the ins-and-outs of how to go about purchasing gold bars without making costly mistakes. Gainesville Coins' enthusiastic expert, the Coin Explorer, offers assistance with how to identify the most trusted brand names in the gold refining industry, how to distinguish different forms of gold bars from one another, and what the key characteristics of gold bars are. Gold bars are highly pure ingots containing at least .995 fine gold, or 99.5% pure gold. However, most gold bars from respected refiners are made of .999 fine gold, meaning that just 1 part per 1,000 in the alloy is a metal other than pure gold. For centuries, gold bars have been the most common and convenient form of gold bullion. One of the leading names in the gold bullion industry is PAMP Suisse, a Swiss refinery that is renown for both the quality of its gold bullion products as well as its aesthetically pleasing designs. The signature artistic design featured on PAMP Suisse products is Lady Fortuna, the Roman goddess of luck and fortune. She appears on PAMP Suisse minted bars with a blindfold over her eyes and a spiral cornucopia pattern. These minted bars make for convenient storage with their uniform rectangular design and raised edges, making for easy and efficient stacking. PAMP also produces poured gold bars, which have a rougher appearance and rounded edges. The newest innovation from PAMP Suisse is the Multigram gold bar, which gives you the flexibility of having gold in smaller one-gram increments. The Coin Explorer also highlights gold bars from the Sunshine Mint Company, the United States' largest domestic producer of gold. Sunshine Mint gold bars have the advantage of being .9999 fine, or an incredible 99.99% pure. Check out this informative video on how to choose the right gold bar for you!

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Gold Bars Royal Canadian Mint .9999 Gold Bullion

Gold bullion for sale, Royal Canadian Mint .9999 Bars. Online US precious metals coin dealer buying and selling brand new RCM Bars. Other hard money, Gold, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium options for collectors and investors include, American Eagles, Ohio Precious Metals, Canadian Maple Leafs, British Sovereigns, Mexican Pesos, Australian Kangaroos, Austrian 100 Coronas, 1 Oz South African Krugerrands, Chinese Panda Coins, Austrian Philharmonics, Perth Mint coins, Ohio Precious Metals, JM, NTR Metals, Academy, Sunshine Minting, A-mark, Johnson Matthey, Silvertowne, 10oz, 100oz bars, 1 Oz rounds. We are available to take new orders on all holidays and every weekend, 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. We only ship within the U S A, and offer free overnight shipping. 20 oz minimum gold orders or 500 ounces of silver. We do not make recommendations. We have no telemarketers. We have no commissioned salesmen. We think you should buy or sell what you want, when you want. At the Tulving Company we are bullion order takers. In 2010 our precious metal sales were over 370 million.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Gold and Silver Bullion: BE CAREFUL!!!!! Don't Give in to Coin Shops or Bullion Buyers!!

Gold and Silver Bullion: BE CAREFUL!!!!! Don't Give in to Coin Shops or Bullion Buyers.

Be CAUTIOUS when attempting to sell silver. Take a look at my video and learn more.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Why i buy gold and silver bullion

I believe that the metals are not only an investment but a hedge against inflation in the future. It can be the safest investment you have in case paper money crashes in value thus wiping out paper investments. At that time the metals will soar!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

How YOU can buy Silver or Gold bullion AT SPOT! A Cheap way to invest!

I thought I would share one of my 'Methods' to getting silver or gold at the lowest possible price. With Silver & Gold being down in price, more people are holding off selling to Local Coin Stores until the prices rise. I've found a way that makes you happy because you're gonna be able to buy silver or gold at spot! Also the person selling is happy because no "We Buy Gold" store or LCS will pay close to spot! It's a win win!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Best Strategies for Buying Gold Bullion

It's good to invest your money on American eagle coin or on Canadian gold maple leaf as a hedge against financial or political crises.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

What is the Best Silver Bullion to Buy?

If you are buying silver for the first time or would like to know more about silver investing, this video talks about your different options, silver pricing and premiums, and popular silver rounds. Thank you for watching and we wish you the best with your silver investments. Thank's for letting us be your favorite mint!

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Why i buy gold and silver bullion

I believe that the metals are not only an investment but a hedge against inflation in the future. It can be the safest investment you have in case paper money crashes in value thus wiping out paper investments. At that time the metals will soar!

In general our advice is to accumulate silver and gold regardless the increase in price in terms of paper currency. Eventually you will need to spend parts of your gold and silver. Either because you need some paper currency to buy for day-to-day things or because silver and gold once again circulate as money, as they should. In the latter case you will spend silver and gold just as you now spend your paper currency.