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Gold Coins vs Gold Bullion

Gold Coins or Bars?

In today’s gold market, especially after the dismal 2013 investment season closed, investors are looking for ways to improve their ROI while still protecting their capital and finding ways to continue to improve their overall portfolio. While gold bullion is always a solid investment, especially in the long term, another investment in gold to consider is gold coins. While still somewhat tied to ... Read More »

2013 Gold Market Overview + 2014 Predictions

Gold Market 2013

To put it bluntly, gold bit the big one in 2013. With overall drops in the 28% range, gold prices were tricked, trickled, trounced and troubled by so many factors, it may not even be able to be tracked with a scorecard. Between supply and demand issues, market manipulation and actions by the Federal Reserve to reduce their supports for ... Read More »

Gold Krugerrand Value (South African)

South African Krugerrand

As perhaps the first bullion coin ever designed and issued, the Gold South African Krugerrand is regarded as the “elder statesman” of gold bullion coins. Due to its popularity, other countries followed suit years later with the U.S. government minting the American Gold Eagle coins and Canada issuing the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins. This coin comes in 1 oz, 1/2 ... Read More »

How to find Gold?

How to find Gold?

Do you have gold fever? Trying to figure out how to find gold in and around the places you live? Chances are it’s there, you just need to know where to look. Panning for for gold is a rewarding, fun, and relaxing hobby that could create some part time income. Gold gets it value from its rarity, rarity can me measured ... Read More »

Where to Find Gold

Finding Some Gold

Panning, digging, dredging, and mining are great ways to find gold in various quantities. Most people know how to find it, but very few know where to find gold. The year was 1849 and all of a sudden, everyone was rushing to California to make their fortune with gold. Miners and panners alike found, and spent, those fortunes in towns ... Read More »