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Bargain prices for gold and silver is fueling global demand for bullion coins. During September sales by the U.S. Mint of American Eagle gold and silver bullion coins increased dramatically.
The basic law of supply and demand dictates the quantity of goods offered for sale. If prices are low and goods cannot be sold at a reasonable profit, producers will be unmotivated to increase production.
The Perth Mint presents a neat infographic on the world’s top 10 gold producing countries. China, which loves gold more than anything, came in as the number one producer with annual output of 370 metric tons.
By: GE Christenson You want to buy silver and gold. There is much to consider! Physical metal or paper promises? From which supplier will you buy it? Price is not the only consideration. Where do you store it? Your sock drawer, a safe, insured and secure vault, or in another country? How do you sell
Gold news from around the web- Gold Confiscation? Are those predicting the confiscation of gold by the U.S. government simply seeking headlines or seriously misguided? Jim Sinclair has the answer. I am sick of all this confiscation talk of gold
Titanic The sinking of the Titanic has captured the imagination of people since the tragedy struck on the night of the 14th April 1912. The centenary of the disaster is being marked around the world and particularly in the UK and North America which were deeply affected by the tragedy. Victims of
The Perth Mint has offered a variety of stunningly beautiful coins over the years. As an investor/collector, it is particularly
As the price of gold continues to climb, the cost of purchasing a one ounce gold bullion coin is approaching $1,600. In order to provide the opportunity to own gold within a more reasonable price range, innovative mints have begun offering smaller sized gold coins. In April 2010, the Perth Mint
Ten years ago, one ounce silver bullion coins could be purchased for around $7 each. This reflected market silver prices below the $5 level. As recently as one year ago, the prices for one ounce bullion coins had risen to around $18 each. Following the dramatic rise in the silver price experienced in