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Look for Bargains Where Investors Aren’t

Pride of ownership. Bragging rights. Your own personal and private museum. All of these thoughts come to mind when a collector collects. How a person gets to the point where something becomes collectible rather than just being an object or … Continue reading

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Opportunity in Morgan, Peace Dollars

By Richard Giedroyc All sectors of the coin market continue to thrive. Bullion and bullion-impacted coins continue to trade in a tight price range that mirrors the spot price of silver and gold. Overall, the spot price for bullion silver … Continue reading

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Bullion-Related Coins Remain a Hot Market

By Richard Giedroyc The market for coins is healthy, even frothy. It doesn’t matter if you are into buying bullion and bullion-impacted coins, collectible but generally available coins, or “desirable” coins. I am using the term desirable rather than scarce … Continue reading

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Gold, Silver Dip Impacting American Eagles

The hobby and business of coins continue on a relatively flat plain. Prices remain healthy, but selling within a tight range. Investors are sparse. There are questions regarding if new collectors are entering the field or not. The future of … Continue reading

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Scared buyers become good buyers

A plunge in the stock market scared the price of bullion higher. Precious-metal impacted collectible and bullion coins have taken advantage of that unexpected boost as the spot price of gold and silver reacted favorably to the recent stock market … Continue reading

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Gold and silver bail out mistakes

Everybody knows that coin collecting is a work of a lifetime. Some wealthy individuals can dive in late and catch up quick, but most collectors spend decades painstakingly acquiring what they want. Is the money well spent? We cannot quantify … Continue reading

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Both parties benefit in silver sale

In a free market, when a transaction occurs, both parties expect that what they receive will exceed their subjective valuation of what they give up. When a consumer buys a loaf of bread, he or she values the bread more … Continue reading

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