Why invest in Gold?
- Gold is an effective deversifier
Diversification helps protect your portfolio against fluctuations in the value of any one asset class.
- Gold responds when you need it most
Many experts urge investors to keep a portion of their assets in gold. Most portfolios have stocks and bonds, adding gold introduces an entirely different asset. The purpose is to protect the total portfolio against fluctuations, gold does exactly that.
- Asset of last resort
History shows national currencies have come and gone but gold has been remarkably stable. Gold does not depend upon any government’s or corporation’s promise to repay.
- Highly liquid
Gold is among the most liquid of the world’s assets. It can be sold 24 hours a day in one or more markets around the world. This cannot be said of most investments, including stocks of the world’s largest corporations.
Gold Bullion Coins
American Gold Eagles
America’s #1 selling gold bullion coin. We stock US Gold Eagles in the 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes.
American Gold Buffalo
This all-American 99.99% pure bullion coin was introduced in 2006 as the US Mint’s first pure gold coin. The US Gold Buffaloes are available in the 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes.
Canadian Maple Leafs
The first pure gold bullion coin struck was Canada’s gold Maple Leaf.We stock 99.99% pure Canadian Maples in the 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes.
South African Krugerrands
South Africa’s 1-ounce Krugerrand is the world’s most popular gold bullion coin. Krugerrands have been struck continuously since 1967. We stock Krugerrands in the 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes.
Europe’s most popular bullion item, Austria’s beautiful 99.99% pure gold coin. We have 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes coins in stock.
The Kangaroo from Australia is a 99.99% pure gold coin that has been issued annually since 1987 by the Perth Mint. The Kangaroo is available in 1-ounce, half, quarter and tenth-ounce sizes.
This popular series of gold bullion coins picturing Panda Bears, is available in 1-ounce, half, quarter, tenth and twentieth-ounce sizes.
Gold Bullion Bars
1 oz Pamp Suisse Gold Bar .9999 Fine
These .9999-fine Gold bars depict Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune. Worshiped under several forms, she appears on these 1 oz Gold bars in the hallmark Pamp Suisse design featuring her cornucopia pouring out riches into her hands.
10 oz Pamp Suisse Gold Bar .9999 Fine
These .9999-fine Gold bars depict Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune. Worshiped under several forms, she appears on these 1 oz Gold bars in the hallmark Pamp Suisse design featuring her cornucopia pouring out riches into her hands. Each Gold bar comes to you packed in an assay card certifying the weight and Gold metal purity.
Because Pamp Suisse Gold bars are eligible for Gold IRA accounts, these Gold bars are a great way to diversify one’s wealth. Buy Pamp Suisse Gold bars to add to your Gold collection or Gold investment portfolio.
1 Kilo (32.15 oz) Gold Bar .999+ Fine
Featuring the 24-karat Kilo gold bars from the Pamp Suisse company, one of the world’s largest gold refiners and a registered London good delivery firm. Each bar is poured of 99.99% pure gold, and is serial-numbered with a matching assay certificate.
US Gold Double Eagles
These are the United States $20 gold ‘double eagles,’ coins from the era 1877-1907. Each of these historic pieces of monetary history was struck at the U.S. Mint in 90% fine gold, with a net weight of .9675 ounces of pure gold. We offer these reasonably priced numismatic coins in extra fine to almost mint condition.
Definition of Numismatics…
Coin collecting, or the study of currency. Coins may be collected for scholarly or historical purposes, such as to gain a deeper insight into past cultures, for financial profit, or purely as a hobby. Coins derive their perceived value not just from their actual currency value, but also from their age, rarity, and other factors.
The American Numismatic Association was founded in 1891, with the goal of educating people about the study of numismatics, and now has over 33,000 members.
Why own rare coins?
To the collector, each rare coin is a work of art and a piece of American history. To the investor, rare United States coins represent a tangible investment with excellent long term price performance which has been documented in many highly respected financial publications, including The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s.
Until recently, the profitability of rare coins was enjoyed almost exclusively by those who possessed the expertise to recognize and acquire the finest coins. However, recent developments in the rare coin industry have opened up this promising market to virtually all investors. United States rare coins remain one of the most private of all investments which are easily stored and transported. United States coins are considered collectibles and, by federal law, cannot be confiscated in times of national crisis. Investors generally acquire coins to properly diversify their investment portfolios and for the security, liquidity and profit potential they provide.