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Jan Skoyles: Five things repatriating gold bullion says about the country

November 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

GATA 8:35a ET Thursday, November 1, 2012 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Jan Skoyles, research director for U.K. bullion dealer The Real Asset Co., takes note of the clamor in Germany for repatriation of the nation’s foreign-vaulted gold and GATA’s disclosure that the U.S. Federal Reserve has secret gold swap arrangements with foreign banks, [...]

Credit Suisse Gold Bars and Gold IRAs

June 30, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

By Chris Swiss, Fine Suisse Gold Bars Diversifying an IRA over several products is a popular choice for many Americans as it allows them to spread their risk over several different markets. One such product that has performed spectacularly in the last decade is gold bullion. With the long-term outlook still looking very rosy for [...]

Is It Better To Buy Gold Bullion Or Gold Shares?

March 20, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

By Julian D. W. Phillips, GoldSeek The value of Dividend Yields In the days of yesteryear, long-term investors bought shares because of growth potential and in particular for the income they would earn from shares and its growth.   The share price would then focus on dividends and potential dividends rising or falling in line with such [...]

Gold Bullion on a Tear: What Next?

November 12, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Prieur du Plessis submits: I have just arrived in Geneva after an exhausting but hugely successful few days in Ljubljana, quaint capital of Slovenia. It is rather difficult to write proper posts while on the road, but I will do my best to feed interesting snippets through – that is, when not investigating how the [...]

Gold, Silver, Metal Prices: Commentary – 10/30/2009

October 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

GDP: Great Day to Play Good Day, Friday’s market sessions in precious metals started off on a tamer note, following the best gains in gold in three weeks. Explanations follow. The recapture of the $1045 area is noteworthy, although analysts we polled during the wee hours overseas are trying to define the move as everything [...]

Austrian Mint’s Vienna Philharmonic 20 Ounce Gold Coin celebrates a 20 Year Success Story

October 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Twenty years ago in 1989 the Austrian State Mint passed from the Treasury into the ownership of the central bank. The mint was given the freedom to produce and sell products in accordance with the demands of the modern numismatic and investment markets. One of the very first innovations introduced by the new CEO, Paul [...]

American Gold Bullion

October 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Even though multitudes of American investors have lost faith in Wall Street and our nation’s banking system, they can still show their patriotism by purchasing American gold bullion, as they convert their wealth into precious metal diversification. Traditional investments in stocks and bonds have had their overextended course of contrived prosperity, now it’s time to [...]

US Mint Bullion Gold Buffalo Coins Top 110K

October 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The United States Mint has sold 110,500 one-ounce American Buffalo $50 Gold Bullion Coins since they were released on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009. To place that in perspective, in less than two weeks bullion dealers have purchased 64.2 percent of the total (172,000) that was sold in all of 2008. There appeared to a touch [...]

Buy Gold Bullion

October 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

When strictly short-term investors buy gold bullion, many of them prefer the affordability of bullion bars, because their utter simplicity warrants the lowest possible investment- grade gold price. Short-term investors generally purchase one- ounce, and/or ten-ounce bars, whose prices usually hover slightly above the current gold spot price, which is the cost of one Troy-ounce [...]

US Gold Eagles 2009

October 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

If you haven’t heard the news already, the U.S. Mint announced earlier this year that they would be curtailing their overall production of US Gold Eagles in 2009 due to problem sourcing gold to mint them from.  The Mint is required to source it’s gold from American mines and because of the huge worldwide demand [...]

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