Purchasing Gold and Silver

April 17, 2009 – Stocks rose this week, with many hoping that this boost would carry over into the real estate market. As so many of the traditional paths of investment are looking suspect at the moment, and bonds becoming rapidly devalued, some brokers are now looking into purchasing gold and silver as a back up plan. Historically, when mainstream investments turn sour, commodities rise. Many experts have projected higher gold and silver prices based on this historical evidence. Short term investors are purchasing gold and silver bullion, by doing this they hope to turn some quick profit before the cloud of a possible bullion confiscation becomes thicker. Investors who are more safety-minded at the moment are buying certified gold coins like the Liberty Head and Saint Gaudens coins. Many long-term investors are also picking up the Peace Dollar and Morgan Dollar certified silver coins, with the objective of using the coinage as a hedge against stock losses and inflation. The spot price on gold is currently at $870 and silver is sitting at $11.97. Purchasing gold and silver should always be done through a reputable gold dealer who focuses on the desires of the client as opposed to how big the commission will be. Invest through a gold dealer that has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (, or just speak with one of the friendly experts at the Certified Gold Exchange, where customer service is key and free delivery is always taken with orders of $5000 or more. Invest wisely and remember that reputation is the cornerstone of the precious metals industry.

Shannon King

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