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Currently Available: 2015 1/4-oz Royal Canadian Mint Gold Polar Bears

We have a small amount of limited mintage 1/4-oz pure gold 2015 Polar Bear coins from the Royal Canadian Mint. All coins in original mint plastic. We have the following coins available at 8.75% over melt value, a significant savings over what they are sold for elsewhere. We have less than 10 available.

Since availability is quite limited, this item is available by phone only at 1-800-800-1865

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$GLD and $SLV Prices as of July 16 2018 @moneymetals

July 16, 2018 — Gold and silver drifted lower once again last week as the U.S. dollar strengthened. Metals were also dragged downward by selling in the commodities sector at large.

Markets continue to respond as if a trade war will somehow be good for the U.S. dollar.

The U.S. is a major exporter of dollars as payment for imported goods. It’s hardly good news for the greenback if overseas demand for it evaporates. Not to mention that tariffs on imports are definitely going to drive price inflation as less expensive imported goods vanish from the marketplace.

But for now, traders aren’t finding much reason to buy gold and silver. The action is elsewhere. Some of it can be found in U.S. equities, where the S&P 500 regained the 2,800 level by Friday’s close. Stocks are now extremely overbought on the charts versus gold and silver.

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Reasons to Start Investing in Gold and Silver

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$GLD and $SLV Prices as of July 9 2018 @moneymetals

July 09, 2018 — Gold and silver prices finished last week nearly flat. Neither the bulls nor the bears found much to get worked up about.

The Friday jobs report was mixed with healthy number of new jobs being reported but headline unemployment rate ticking upward for the first time in a while. The rate moved from 3.8% to 4.0%.

The U.S. dollar weakened but the move did not translate into higher metals prices.

Low metals prices are driving some increased demand in the bullion markets. Bargain hunters have come out to buy coins, rounds, and bars over the past month, and fewer investors have been inclined to sell.

We are seeing some upward pressure on bid and ask premiums.

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Originally Posted Here: $GLD and $SLV Prices as of July 9 2018 @moneymetals

The Value of Investing in Precious Metals

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Pure Silver Replica of a 12 Gauge Shotgun Shell

Our 5-oz pure silver “shotgun shells” are modeled after the popular 12 gauge size. Each is made from .999 silver right here in the USA. The base of each round is marked with the silver weight (5 troy ounces) and purity.

5-oz silver “shotgun shells” ship from the mint in boxes of 5, packed and protected from damage in individual pockets within a foam sheet.

Precious metals are a silver bullet that can kill horrifying threats to your wealth and savings; inflation, turmoil and the global debt crisis. Grab some of these beautiful silver bullets and prepare yourself today!

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Tips for Investing in Precious Metals

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$GLD and $SLV Prices as of July 2 2018 @moneymetals

July 02, 2018 — Precious metals floundered again in last week’s trading. The move lower was driven in part by deteriorating technicals.

The charts for both gold and silver look weak, though both metals did manage to find support above some important levels. Silver managed a weekly close above $16.00, but has slipped just below it this morning.

Perhaps more importantly, the U.S. dollar encountered resistance.

The DXY index has again stalled at 95. Friday was the third time over the past month the dollar has been unable to best that level.

It is worth noting that the dollar’s strong performance versus foreign currencies is a bit of a smokescreen.

It is interesting to watch how the dollar trades versus the euro, the yen and other major currencies, and it certainly can impact the paper prices of gold and silver in the futures markets. But no one should conclude that the dollar index moving higher means increased purchasing power of the Federal Reserve Note.

Quite the contrary, even the government-manipulated inflation data released Friday reveals the dollar buys 2% less than it did a year ago. This was, of course, spun as great news. “Experts” have long alleged that higher prices somehow mean faster economic growth.

We certainly don’t share this assessment, but we do think it would be wonderful if the trading algorithms currently selling metals on supposed dollar strength were reprogrammed to weigh the dollar’s performance on indices such as the CPI. The true strength of the dollar, or lack thereof, can only be measured when it is compared to actual goods and services.

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How to Buy Gold Coins

Gold coins are an investment that preserve wealth, a hedge against inflation, and a safe haven during times of global uncertainty. Buying gold coins is a great way to purchase physical precious metals as opposed to non-physical gold ownership, such as gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs), gold exchange-traded notes (ETNs), futures contracts, and mining stocks. Precious metals, such as silver, gold, and platinum can also be purchased as bars and rounds. Gold coins can be stored in safety deposit boxes or in a secure place in your home. As a value investor, you should try to purchase gold coins as close the spot price as you can. Smaller gold coins, such as 1/10 oz, will have a higher premium — but they may be easier to carry and use in a crisis, particularly given their smaller increment of value.

Typically, gold coins come in sizes that include 1-ounce, ½ oz, ¼ oz, and 1/20 oz. In comparison to common U.S. coins, a 1 ounce bullion coin is similar to the size of a half dollar, and a 1/10 ounce coin is about the size of a dime.

Most of the countries that mint gold have a design that stays the same each year. Some vary the designs annually and date the gold coin, such as the Chinese Panda coins. Proof (PF) uncirculated coins are typically more expensive than non-proof gold coins. They require extra time and effort to make and can have a slightly higher value than non-proof because of demand from collectors. However, both contain the same amount of precious metal so investing in proof coins is highly speculative and generally a play on collectible value as opposed to the metal itself.

Gold coins are produced at a mint by two dies that strike a blank piece of metal with great force. One die as the obverse (front) design for the coin and the other has the reverse (back) design. Proof coins are struck two times or more by the die, while bullion coins are struck once. Gold bullion coins usually have a fineness of .999, which is 24 karats.

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These Gold and Silver Starter Portfolios are a Great Way to Grab a Mix of Gold Coins and Silver Rounds

Each Gold and Silver Starter Portfolio contains:

  • 8.575 ounces of silver; (5) 1 Oz Walking Liberty rounds, and $5 Face Value Pre-1965 Dimes or Quarters
  • (1) 1/10th Oz gold American Eagle

The Gold and Silver Starter Portfolio includes some of the most sought after and commonly traded bullion items in the physical precious metals market. This means that you will be to sell your coins and rounds nearly instantly when when the time is right. Money Metals Exchange also chose to include gold and silver items with a low “bid/ask spread,” which is the difference between the price you paid and the price you’ll receive to sell.

Finally, the portfolios come with a fractional gold coin and some smaller silver coins that may be preferable for use in barter and trade should the need arise. You cannot rule out the possibility of such circumstances.

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