Precious Metals Service
We offer a broad selection of bullion and numismatic coins and bars from major mints around the world. With decades of buying and selling experience, we can help you buy a new portfolio of gold coins or bars. If you are a seasoned buyer, we offer a large selection of products available for immediate delivery. Many world governments strike a bullion coin. Some of the most popular bullion coins include the Gold American Eagle, Gold Buffalo, Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, and the Gold Chinese Panda.
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We pay top dollar for all gold coins and bars. If you have gold to sell call us first. For those sell gold, we can arrange shipment of your gold so that it is safely and securely delivered to one of our vaults around the country. Once we receive your gold you will receive prompt payment via check or bank wire. Stop by one of our local offices for immediate payment.
While silver may be bulky, it is a very undervalued metal compared to gold. Silver is highly used for many industrial purposes including electronic components, semiconductors, and solar panels. Silver is, along with gold, a precious metal that was used as U.S. currency until the U.S. abandoned the gold standard in 1971. Today silver can be purchased as a bullion investment in the form of bars or coins. Bars generally range in size from one troy ounce to one thousand troy ounces or more. Many world mints strike a bullion silver coin, the most popular being the Silver American Eagle. Many investors also purchase silver in the form a silver U.S. coinage from silver dollars to pre-1965 quarters, dimes, and half dollars which were made form 90% silver.
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Selling silver is a very easy process. We offer immediate payment on all forms of silver coins and bullion as well as 90% Junk Silver and 40% Junk Silver. We can buy directly from any depository or silver IRA. We can also pay immediately at one of our local offices.
Platinum is an industrial metal that is primarily used in auto manufacturing for its catalyst properties. Platinum has also had a significant allure for its scarcity and derives a significant portion of its demand for jewelry and investment. Platinum is approximately ten times rarer than gold. Traditionally platinum has traded at an average price of nearly 50% higher than gold. However, currently platinum is significantly cheaper than gold. Some investors believe that this presents a significant buying opportunity. Platinum is often sold in the form of bars that can be 1 troy ounce or larger. Many government mints also strike platinum bullion coins including the Platinum American Eagle, Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf, and Platinum Austrian Philharmonic.
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We are always buying platinum in the form of bullion and coins. We pay top dollar for platinum. We can arrange a secure and fully insured delivery from anywhere in the U.S. to one of our vaults or offices. You can also deliver platinum to our local office for immediate payment.
May investors use tax-deferred money inside of an IRA or ROTH IRA to purchase physical gold, silver, platinum, or palladium tax-free. If you have an old 401(k) or other retirement accounts, you may be able to roll that account into a Gold IRA without any taxes or penalties. We can assist with establishing a new Gold IRA or helping you rollover an existing IRA. Further, we can help you build and purchase a precious metals investment portfolio that is in line with your specific goals. A Gold IRA is an excellent way to protect your retirement funds against inflation and other market uncertainty. We can also help you sell assets from your existing Gold IRA. We work with all major IRA custodians no matter who set up your account.
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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire stock has tripled the performance of the S&P 500 over the past 20 years. This latest move though says a lot about where we are headed over the next decade possibly. Buffett cut his Wells Fargo stake by 26%, his JP Morgan stake by 62%, and sold several other bank stocks as well according to Berkshire’s latest 13F filing.
Coins have been a method of payment since the 6th or 5th century BCE. Always a store of value, the invention of coins has been surrounded by mystery. Herodotus claims the first coins were minted by the Lydians. Aristotle claims the first coins were minted by Demodike of Kyrme.
Markets are starting to shake. The summer is over and a Presidential election is around the corner. No one is exactly sure when the pandemic situation will go away. The economy is limping and could take a serious step back from a possible recovery. In such an environment of uncertainty, precious metals should be a place of safety.