Friday, June 10, 2011

Rare Gold Coins: How Much Do You Have to Pay to Play?

(Doug Winter, DWN) I get calls from potential new gold coin collectors nearly every day. Some of them have spent a good deal of time researching the gold coin market and have a good idea what the coins that they may be buying will cost. Others have no clue and are almost charmingly naive about what they can buy given their budget. This leads me to the topic of today’s blog: how much does a collector realistically have to commit per coin to put together a nice collection of rare gold coins?

I’ve stressed in numerous articles and blogs the importance of . . .

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1 comment:

itm said...

This is nice post, There are quite a few varieties of foreign gold coins and U.S. gold coins available in the market today. However we feel that the best gold coins anyone can own are the $20 Liberty and the $20 Saint Gaudens. These coins are among the most affordable and readily available in the market place today. Therefore they are easy to track and are highly liquid. They also have advantages over bullion which you can read about on the rare gold coins page.

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