November 17, 2009 Posted by James Randolph on November 17, 2009
November 17, 2009 – American gold exchanges that have excellent reputations are the wisest to work with for your precious metal investing, because companies with excellent reputations have proven their ability to satisfy their clients. This is vitally important because the products that each company offers are very similar, if not identical. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the broker to meet the client’s expectations up front and in the long run. Investors who want to research American gold exchanges should visit the Better Business Bureau’s web site at www.BBB.org to check out any potential dealer. Investors also frequent www.Alexa.com , because this is another reliable and widely used client satisfaction index. When conducting background checks on potential gold dealers, it is important to keep a few factors at the front of your mind. Invest with a gold exchange that listens to your concerns and investment plans, because your funds are being shifted around. Companies who specialize in bullion OR rare coins only may have an agenda for you to buy their sole offering, so it is prudent to deal with a company that offers a wide range of precious metal products.
Many dealers promote themselves through celebrity endorsements and expensive advertisements, but this shameless marketing only translates into higher prices for the end user of the coins. Dealers with competitive pricing stay away from hyper-advertising campaigns, and some dealers even have policies in place to match a competitor’s price if it can be authenticated. If you are ready to learn more about the various products offered by the Certified Gold Exchange, sign up for your free copy of our award-winning Insider’s Guide To Gold Investing.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange