PCGS Coins Posted by James Randolph on December 17, 2009
December 16, 2009 – Some investors have cornered a portion of the gold market that other had not previously thought of by supplementing their portfolios with PCGS coins for the purposes of long-term wealth preservation and growth. While Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) coins are not an advisable investment vehicle for everyone, you could get tremendous benefit from these certified rarities if you plan to employ the same investment strategy as the aforementioned investors.
These two industry-recognized leaders for gold and silver coin inspection and grading maintain population reports, updated prices, and the latest news about thousands of types of coinage. Check out PCGS at www.PCGS.com and visit NGC online at www.NGCCoin.com.
If you plan to hold gold 1-14 months, or are someone who is strictly looking to profit from the falling dollar and short-term inflationary fears, then you may want to consider gold bullion coins or even bullion bars, which are slightly less expensive. While PCGS coins and NGC coins are more expensive than raw bullion, they tend to outperform bullion after the first 14 months of holding, so long-term investors who plan to sit on their gold for a while have historically done better financially with investment-grade, numismatic coins.
Another benefit of NGC and PCGS coins is that even though they are investment-type coins they hold “recognized value to collectors of rare and unusual coins,” which is the exact stipulations that must be met for a gold coin to be deemed completely private. If you want to privatize your wealth with gold for a long period of time, or if you would like to learn more about gold bullion and NGC and PCGS coins, contact the Certified Gold Exchange directly at 800-300-0715 or register below for one of our obligation-free investment tutorials.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange