When it comes to collectibles, rare gold coins are amongst the most liquid. This means you should be able to sell your coins easily when you choose to.
Pick the best coins on offer and you should see their value appreciate over time.
So how can you find the best coins on offer?
If you want to invest in rare gold coins, there are a number of things to pay attention to. These details will ... ››› more
Rare gold coins can be a worthwhile long term investment.
But you shouldn't rush out and buy the first rare gold coin you come across. You need to do some research and know how to weigh up the best buy for you.
So how can you buy the best rare gold coins?
Read on to find out…
Buying rare gold coins point #1: Avoid bargain rare gold coin sellers
When buying rare gold coins, you... ››› more
Gold coins have a lure about them that many investors cannot resist. There is something unique about holding a solid gold coin in your hand.
If you're looking for exposure to the pure gold price, Kruger rands are ideal for this. But if you're looking for something a bit more special, rare gold coins are perfect.
So what makes a rare gold coin desirable? And what are the best examples to own?... ››› more
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