Gold Exchange Reputations Posted by James Randolph on December 09, 2009
December 9, 2009 – It is common knowledge that reputation is the cornerstone of the gold market, and it is vitally important to check gold exchange reputations before beginning your gold investing. Gold exchange reputations vary depending on the business model and integrity of the company and its brokers, so if you want to get your gold at a fair price and take immediate delivery of the metals, then sign-up here for institutional pricing from the Certified Gold Exchange.
The Certified Gold Exchange is the nation’s only long-standing gold dealer with an A+, Zero Complaint rating with the Better Business Bureau (www.BBB.org). Not all investors are qualified to do business with the Certified Gold Exchange, so make sure that you choose a gold brokerage that maintains a BBB rating of A or better, with no more than one complaint.
You may choose to contact the Certified Gold Exchange directly, because our friendly specialists can always point you in the correct direction if we are unable to personally facilitate your gold investing. If you would like to invest in gold with the help of the Certified Gold Exchange, feel free to call us toll-free at 800-300-0715 or register below for one of our award-winning gold investment tutorials.
Reputable gold exchanges offer their clients bullion and certified gold, because each of these two types of gold serve a different purpose. Profit-seekers who plan on a hold of 14 months should purchase bullion bars and coins, but investors who are considering a long-term wealth preservation play could do better financially with certified gold. To learn more about gold exchange reputations and why a company’s reputation is so important, contact us directly or register below for your copy of the 2010 Insider’s Guide to Gold Investing.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange