Certified Gold Coins Posted by James Randolph on December 15, 2009
December 15, 2009 – If you are considering an investment in certified gold coins, hopefully you have more in mind than making a quick profit. While certain coins, such as the MS64 $20 Saint Gaudens gold coin and the MS62 $20 Lady Liberty gold coin have gained substantial value since 2001, certified gold coins are not meant for short-term profit-seekers. Additionally, some economists have called for the gold spot price to fall in 2001, so if this were to happen then certified gold values could fall as well.
A certain demographic of investors can add real value to their portfolios by owning certified gold coins, and investors who do not fall into this demographic should consider shifting their funds into another market. The typical certified gold coin investor falls into ALL of the following categories:
• Investors who desire a physical, privately held gold investment
• Investors who plan to hold their gold longer than 14 months, and generally longer than two years
• Investors who believe that US currency could eventually reach the point of collapse if our government’s current monetary policies continue
• Investors who seek a completely private gold investment that the government has deemed to be non-confiscatable in times of national financial distress
Certified gold coins have a proven track record of outperforming gold bullion for investors who hold their metal longer than 14 months, so investors who desire a short-term stake in physical gold should take a position in the gold bullion market. You can learn more about gold bullion by visiting www.Gold-Bullion.org, or contact the Certified Gold Exchange today if you feel that you fall into the aforementioned group of investors who have historically done well financially with certified gold coins.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange