On Nov. 17, the Silver Institute issued their annual interim Silver Market Review. This report was prepared for the Silver Institute by consultants at Metals Focus
“If you don’t know gold, you’d better know your gold dealer,” cautions the leader of the Accredited Precious Metals Dealer program of the Professional Numismatists Guild Dealers who sell bullion gold and silver bullion coins report an increase in new customers who want to own precious metals. They also are seeing some earlier customers […]
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From Zombucks and the World of Dragons series to our beloved Prospector series, Provident Metals has led the way in bringing exciting and unique designs to the bullion industry. Now, we are excited to enter our second decade with the debut of a new Provident Metals Incuse 10 oz Silver Bar. A modern refresh of […]
Bidding ends Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 10:00 am PT Stack’s Bowers Galleries is proud to announce their Precious Metals Auctions, a new auction platform for buying bullion with no buyer’s fees. The interest in bullion has seen a steady increase over the past several years, as interest in this historically stable investment category grows. […]
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By Bullion Shark LLC …… Coin collectors and precious metals investors often ask the question: “Why would I pay more for an American Silver Eagle if it contains the same precious metal content as a 1 oz silver round?” This is a great question, and it can be answered with a variety of answers. However, […]
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When it comes to buying and selling physical precious metals, it seems like the majority of Americans tend to get their timing wrong.
India and China are the world’s two largest gold and silver consuming nations. Invariably, residents in those nations buy precious metals when prices are low
After a small drought in silver bullion sales, a moderate increase from last week has silver bullion one ounce Eagles at 726,000, up from last week’s total of 160,000. Bullion gold Buffalos increased year to date by another 3,000, while gold American Eagle one ounce bullion coins grew by 2,000. The tenth ounce gold American Eagle increased by 5,000 since last week, now at 140,000
You can’t hold the ancient Aztec Sun Stone in your hands, and unless you travel to Mexico City, you can’t see it in person, either. However, with an intricately designed new silver round from the Golden State Mint, you can own a replica of this historically significant item from the Aztec Empire of the 16th […]
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In 2019, APMEX, one of the nation’s largest Precious Metals e-retailers, is helping The Perth Mint celebrate the 150th anniversary of the discovery of one of the largest Gold nuggets ever found with a special U.S. APMEXclusive® Silver coin. On February 5, 1869, miner John Deason discovered a large nugget around the roots of a […]
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As reported last week, silver bullion is still not available from the U.S. Mint
I advocate that the prudent person should allocate a minor percentage of their investment portfolio or net worth to the ownership of bullion-priced physical gold and silver. In my mind, this is buying “wealth insurance.”
The concept behind doing so is that the value of gold and silver tends to move counter to the changing values of paper assets such as stocks, bonds, and paper currencies
The American Western Skulls Collection of silver rounds debuted in late 2017 and carried on through 2018 with six exciting designs to capture the imagination of any Wild West enthusiast. The collection of silver for sale in this series is startling in its variety, with 1 oz rounds and 5 oz rounds available in proof, […]
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The Anonymous Mint’s Lisa Parker Collection is yet another installment of beautiful silver rounds with low mintage figures. Even by the Anonymous Mint’s standards though, this collection offers extremely limited mintage figures that the mint has labeled “micro mintage numbers”. This new collection from the Anonymous Mint catalogs some of the top works from wildlife […]
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When there is a snowstorm in the Midwest, it stops routine living until we can clear the snow away.
Then we go about our business as normal.
Was there a storm of another kind for silver and gold investors this week?
It is now Nov
CoinWeek Podcast #105: Precious Metals Markets – A Look Behind the Curtain with Kitco’s Peter Hug Mobile phone users. Stream this podcast for free by downloading the podomatic app or subscribe to the CoinWeek Podcast on iTunes. This week on the CoinWeek Podcast, Peter Hug, Kitco’s Director of Global Trading, joins us to give listeners a true […]
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By Industry Council for Tangible Assets …… Since 1986 when the United States Mint first introduced silver and gold American Eagle bullion coins, they have been top sellers in the United States as well as around the world. A new survey conducted by the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (ACTF) indicates the popular U.S. bullion coins […]
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In my previous article discussing the rise of Bitcoin as a possible form of digital bullion, I compared and contrasted its measure of value in comparison to gold and silver bullion
To be offered by participating PNG-accredited precious metals dealers at only a small fraction over their intrinsic silver value The Professional Numismatist Guild’s (PNG) Accredited Precious Metals Dealers program has created special one-ounce .999 fine silver bullion rounds. Participating PNG-APMD dealers will be selling the rounds to collectors and investors at competitive prices lower than […]
APMEX, Inc., a leading Precious Metals retailer based in Oklahoma City, is pleased to announce that the new 2018 Gold and Silver Britannias are now available for pre-order. These are the latest additions to one of the most popular coin series in the world. The Royal Mint introduced the Gold Britannia in 1987, showcasing a […]
APMEX, Inc., the nation’s largest Precious Metals e-retailer, is excited to introduce a variety of Silver bars, rounds and coins celebrating Halloween and Día de los Muertos. Halloween is enjoyed around the world and is believed to have originated from ancient Celtic harvest festivals. Today, children and adults alike revel in the costumes, games and […]
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Hacks for Buying Gold or Silver Bullion Cheap is an informative video that every gold and silver bullion buyer should see. In 2016, the Professional Numismatists Guild launched an innovative program centered around the concept of creating a safe market for buyers of gold and silver bullion. The Accredited Precious Metals Dealer Program (APMD) helps protect […]
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On November 11, the Royal Mint launched the Britannia .9999 fine gold and
The Mint has posted its first images of the Fort Moultrie (Fort Sumter National Monument) 5-ounce silver Uncirculated and bullion coins. Bullion coins are sold only to authorized purchasers (APs), who sell the coins to the public
2017 marks the milestone 50th anniversary of the world’s first modern gold bullion coin: the South African Gold Krugerrand. The Krugerrand remains the most widely held bullion coin in the world, and the most traded coin in history. The Krugerrand has been the model for all other bullion coins issued since its 1967 debut. But […]
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JM Bullion is proud to be the exclusive home for the launch of the 2017 Somalian Silver Elephant 1 oz. and 1 Kilo coins. These popular annual coin releases are a must-have for both investors and collectors, and the 2017 Somalian Elephant Series is poised to be the best release yet. In the 13 years […]
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Today, August 29, at noon ET, the U.S
Commentary for Friday, February 5, 2016 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc…. Gold closed up $16.50 today on the Comex at $1350.30. This is the highest level gold has seen this week – the lowest close being 1319.30 – the spread being $31.00. The gold markets got a surprising […]
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Yesterday, April 18, the U.S
By CoinWeek News Staff…. In February 2016, the Perth Mint sold 37,063 ounces of gold and 1,049,062 ounces of silver in the form of coins and minted bars. The Mint sold 10,696 fewer ounces of gold last month compared to January, representing a 22.40% decrease from the beginning of the year’s spike in demand. […]
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by Al Doyle for CoinWeek Are you a collector or investor? The answer doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. More than a few coin enthusiasts have a favorite series or two they pursue as a hobby while investing in gold and silver bullion for financial insurance. That’s the ideal situation, but what about the […]
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By CoinWeek News Staff…. According to Lateefah Simms, Public Affairs Specialist with the Office of Corporate Communications at the United States Mint, the 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Kisatchie National Forest five-ounce silver bullion coin is temporarily sold out and currently unavailable for purchase on the U.S. Mint website. Mint sales figures as of Sunday, […]
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Commentary for Wednesday February 26th, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed higher again today on the Comex up $8.60 at $1209.60 even though the dollar reached a monthly high against the euro. This from Market Watch – “Core CPI rose 0.2% in January, beating a consensus […]
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Commentary for Tuesday January 20th, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $17.30 at $1294.20 so momentum is in the bull’s corner – for now – and the technical picture for gold short term is solid. This strong finish after the US holiday on Monday is […]
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Commentary for Wednesday January 6th, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $15.40 at $1219.50 today so yesterday’s move above $1200.00 is confirmed. This strength is no longer a short-covering rally – it feels like safe-haven buying the result of continued weakness in oil and economic […]
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Courtesy of Everett Millman and GainesvilleCoins.com ………. ABSTRACT: Signs from China that its economy is slowing spelled a down week for the stock markets around the globe, while governments and central banks continue to explore ways to avoid a recession. U.S. indices closed higher, but were more volatile, than their European and Asian counterparts due […]