April 9, 2009 – Gold and silver bullion coins are continuing to fluctuate in value for the trading day after seeing some small increases during the early morning trading hours that was quickly changed based on the latest sentiment that the United States economy could recover from the recession earlier than expected. Global equities have been rallying in the last few weeks as a result of the latest stimulus and bank bailout packages that have created a short-term cloud of confidence amongst many investors, yet the long-term negative effects of the stimulus packages could be devastating on global economies down the road. has stated that the United States alone has lent or spent $10 trillion since the beginning of the recession in 2007 in order to delay an economic collapse that could have occurred if the massive financial institutions continued to collapse. These actions are causing inflationary pressures that several investors do not understand completely at the moment. Fortunately, those who understand these negative economic effects of inflation are protecting themselves by purchasing gold and silver bullion coins as well as certified investment-grade rare coins that are considered some of the best investments to own during these economic times.

Both gold and silver bullion coins are seeing some mixed fluctuation today, yet significant movement has not been seen in over a week. The gold spot price currently sits at around $877.90 per ounce, a decrease of $2.10 or .24% for the trading day while the silver spot price currently sits at around $12.34 per ounce, an eight-cent increase for the trading day.

Shannon King

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