If you want to invest in gold, the most straightforward way of doing it is to buy gold coins.
But there are different types of gold coins. There are bullion coins and there are collectible gold coins.
So which should you invest in?
Read on to find out…
Owning gold coins
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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
Adding physical precious metals to your portfolio can be a great diversifier.
Precious metals tend to do better when the financial markets are in turmoil. So if a crisis strikes, the performance of gold and silver should help to offset the losses you make in other investments.
So if you want to invest in precious metals, what are your options?
Read on to discover four different ways…
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Gold appeals to many investors. Not only does it add some vital diversification to your portfolio, but it's also a form of insurance if the financial markets hit crisis again.
One way to gain exposure to physical gold is to buy gold coins. And if you're looking for something a bit different, rare gold coins can make a great long-term investment.
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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
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It's easy to see why collectors of rare gold coins are so enthusiastic about them. There is something very appealing about holding a solid gold coin in your hand and the history it holds.
So why should you consider investing in rare gold coins?
Read on to find out…
The advantages of investing in rare gold coins
#1: Rare gold coins are a liquid investment
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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
Gold has been a store of value for more than six millennia.
So if you fancy investing in gold in the form of coins, what ones should you buy?
You can pick between bullion coins like Kruger rands and gold coins of the rarer variety.
Let's take a closer look…
The different types of gold coins
Gold coins tend to fall into two distinct categories: Bullion coins and rare coins.
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Collectibles like gold coins can add diversification to your investment portfolio. Investing in physical gold is a way of insuring your portfolio against financial crisis.
By investing in gold coins, you can combine these two benefits into one investment.
So what makes gold coins such a good investment? What types of coins should you buy? And how do you look after them?
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If you want to invest in gold coins, you need to make a decision.
Are you going to buy gold coins like Kruger rands? Or are you going to invest in collectible, rare gold coins?
What is the difference? And how can you make a decision over which gold coins to buy?
Read on to find out…
The difference between bullion coins and rare gold coins
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If you're looking for a form of financial insurance for your portfolio, investing in gold is a good idea. The yellow metal tends to perform in times of financial strife and diversifies your portfolio.
You can take investing in gold to another level by investing in gold coins. Through investing in gold coins, you can benefit from the performance of the gold price and the demand for these coins.
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If you want to invest in physical gold, you have a number of options open to you. Here are two great ways you can easily invest in the yellow metal. So what are these options to buy gold? Let's take a closer look…
Buying gold option #1: Kruger rands
One of the easiest ways to buy gold is to buy Kruger rands. You can do this through a variety of dealers in South Africa. It’s very simple to ... ››› more
If you've decided that you want to buy gold coins, the next decision you need to make is what type of gold coin to go for? Do you go for Kruger rands? Or do you opt for a more collectible type of gold coin? There are pros and cons to each. Let's take a closer look at what each type of coin offers you…
Investing in Kruger rands
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Collecting coins can be more than just an enjoyable hobby. You can make extra money from it. A lucrative market exists in buying and selling rare coins. Today, we reveal what you need to look out for before buying gold and silver coins….
Knowing what to look for in gold coins will help you make better decisions when investing in gold coins
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You may know from buying gold jewellery that there are some differences in gold. Gold comes with different purities. And when you buy gold coins it's no different. So before you buy gold coins, you need to know what you're getting first. Read on to find out more…
Gold content differs in different gold coins
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Governments first introduced gold coins as a way for members of the public to easily invest in gold. Gold coins are a great way to invest in gold. They're very portable due to their small size. You can easily buy and sell them. And they're easy to store. So if you want to invest some of your cash in gold coins, what options do you have? Let's take a closer look…
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There's an old Wall Street saying that goes: “Put 10% of your net worth into gold and hope it doesn't go up.” That's an unusual thing to hope for. But the truth is, when gold flies, it means things are wrong elsewhere. And that's why gold can be the insurance cover that your portfolio needs. It has many advantages over other assets. Read on to find out why…
Physical gold isn’t the liabil... ››› more
Rare coins give you a great alternative to investing in gold coins, such as Krugerrands. When the price of gold goes up, rare coins follow. And the performance of rare gold coins outdoes its gold coin counterparts. Read on to find out why you should start investing in rare gold coins…
Investing in rare gold coins is a great way to invest in gold, The South African Investor’s team of experts ... ››› more
Gold's been a store of value for over 6,000 years. Yes, it may seem like a boring old investment, used in everything from your computer to your fillings, but it's the only place to run and hide. Read on to uncover why gold coins are a place to protect your hard earned money…
Let’s face it, you don’t really want greedy bankers and investment advisors getting their hands on your money. We’... ››› more
While gold is no panacea, it has a track record of 6,000 years! In contrast, many of the original 30 Dow Jones shares no longer exist in their present form. Newer and nimbler economy shares, from Europe, China and India, have replaced many of the top Fortune 500 companies. Let's take a closer look at why you should have some of your cash in gold…
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