by Steve Thomas - 2006-12-08
Gold has a place in history regardless of the country of origin. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that gold is seen as a common currency in every country in the world. Gold sees no boundaries. Histo...
by Marc Lubaszka - 2006-12-21
John Christensen - While paper-based investments and real estate are vulnerable to effects of changing times, gold soars. A precious metals investment may save a portfolio when all else fails.The old ...
by Bill Haynes - 2007-01-01
Considering that gold is trading north of $600, one has to ask how it is possible to buy cheap gold. After all, in late 2005 gold traded at $460, and in 2001 gold traded below $300.What we are talkin...
by Gold Coins - 2007-03-06
Gold bullion coins and investor grade gold coins gain respect from the investment community as an alternative to stocks, Bonds, cash accounts, and other risky vehicles.In today's world of global un...
by SEO NONE - 2007-03-29
Bulk gold is known as bullion. It may be in the form of gold or silver bars or coins, but its value lies intrinsically in the metal content alone. Bullion is the most widely traded form of gold ...
by James Cone - 2007-04-13
The thrill of this way of diversified investing is that you are actually investing using one of the oldest ways in the world-gold and silver coins. The thing is that gold for certain is one of the ...
by Ken MacKenzie - 2008-05-20
Gold coins have gone up a great deal in value in the last couple of years and since they are now so expensive, there are a few things you should watch for when making your purchases. With the advent o...
by Gavin Conway - 2008-06-16
More and more investors in the US and Europe are turning from the securities of shares and currency to a more solid investment, privately owned gold bullion. Buy gold though, is not as easy as one mig...
by Gavin Conway - 2008-06-18
A growing number of investors in Europe and the US are moving from the safety of currency and shares to a more solid investment, personally owned gold bullion. To buy gold though isn't the easiest of ...
by Gavin Conway - 2008-06-22
When the gold standard was set in place, the price of gold remained a constant $20.65 per ounce and only fluctuated by $0.01 from the year 1833 to1890. So for fifty seven years as the US Dollar was at...