March 25, 2009 – Gold and silver investing could become one of the most popular diversification methods throughout 2009 because precious metals are increasing in demand substantially as more and more Americans fear the possibility of us entering another Great Depression. The demand for gold in particular is expected to rise 21% to an all-time high of 52.3 million ounces sold by the end of the year. One of the most important things to remember is the fact that many mining corporations are experiencing trouble at the moment, so the supply may drop in the coming months and years which in turn could result in much higher spot prices. Investors looking to begin gold and silver investing should be aware that most of the short-term movement will take place based on fluctuation in other financial markets such as with stocks, and of course, the United States Dollar. Learning the correct methods of tracking these other markets could be an excellent way to make a sound investment in precious metals, and thus maximizing your profit and preservation potential. Companies such as the Certified Gold Exchange are here to help you do just that.

During the midday trading hours precious metals are doing quite well after decreasing in value for two days in a row, and the gold spot price currently sits at $938.40 per ounce, increasing $12.30 or 1.30% for the trading day while the silver spot price increases six cents to around $13.50 per ounce. Both short-term and long-term projections are looking bullish for the future, so don’t forget to invest well and have a good day.

Shannon King

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