Gold Eagle Coins
American Gold Eagle Coins
are popular among people who desire to guard against inflation.
Gold has been the standard of value or simply a base against which to measure currency. Expressed in a more colorful way: It is the "Ancient Metal of Kings".
American Eagle Gold, Silver (and Platinum) Bullion Coins are a manageable way to invest in assets that are both tangible and liquid. You can buy and sell them in sizes and quantities to fit any investment strategy.
Which leads us to introduce you to a convenient way for the ordinary person to do this: You can invest or even earn gold or silver coins by clicking the link below.
Gold Eagle Coins
American Eagle gold coins have a high liquidity, that is, they can readily be converted to cash.
You can take any of your standard size eagle gold coins to a coin dealer or precious metal dealer and cash it instantly. Thouth that may not be the reason you bought them in the first place. A more logical reason would be to avoid the constantly declining value of the “almighty dollar”.
American Gold Eagle Coins provide you with a convenient and cost effective way to add a small amounts of physical gold to your gold investment portfolio. They also allow you to turn small amounts of your investment portfolio into cash as required at any time.
American Eagle gold coins are valuable not only for their lovely appearance, but also because they are the only bullion coin whose gold content is guaranteed by the United States government. Each American Gold Eagle is stamped with its exact gold weight, as well as its face value.
Silver Eagles are .999 fine silver, the finest silver coins ever issued by the United States.
Silver coins may become tarnished, but they do not deteriorate and can easily be restored to their original shine.
Bullion coins do not carry additional collectors value, to some this is an advantage, their value is dictated by their troy weight and the current market price of the precious metal.
Bullion coins are highly refined precious metal products that are round in shape (as opposed the rectangular shape of a bullion bar), and produced to exacting specifications by numerous federal governments, though on this page we are primarily concerned with the U.S. Eagle Coins, specifically for investment purposes.
Bullion coins are also legal tender in their respective issuing countries. For example, in the U.S. the 1 oz Gold Eagle Coin is a $50 legal tender, although it would be quite crazy to use it as such.
The information provided on this page is intended for educational purposes only.
It is not a solicitation to purchase any investment.