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Gold And Silver Bullion

November 13, 2009 – Gold and silver bullion prices were down slightly on Thursday morning, after an impressive rally in which both metals gained over 6% in the last 30 days. Gold and silver bullion are widely used investments because they are liquid and they can be stored privately by the investor. In today’s unsteady financial world, controlling your own physical wealth is a wise idea, no matter how you do so.

Gold and silver bullion can be purchased in a number of ways, but the most common way to buy precious metals is by contacting a reputable gold and silver exchange locally or through a Google search. A reputable gold dealer will have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (www.BBB.org) and a Five Star rating with Amazon Alexa (www.Alexa.com).

There are many different gold and silver products available on the major exchanges, but not all of these products are appropriate investments. Jewelers, industries, and collectors are in this market as well, so choosing investment-grade items is vital to meeting your goals. If you require bullion bars, PAMP-Suisse, Engelhard, and Johnson-Matthey are highly recommended manufacturers. Bullion coins like the South African Krugerrand and the Canadian Maple Leaf are affordable and minted with world-class expertise. Investors who seek gold and silver for a long-term (longer than 14 months) hold, are advised to consider certified rare coins, like the $20 Saint Gaudens and the $10 Lady Liberty. Contact GoldSilver.org directly for more information on the various types of gold and silver. 

Shannon King

Senior Staff Writer – GoldSilver.org

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