Category: How to invest in gold

  • ⭐ How to invest and buy gold in USA. A beginner’s 2024 guide.

    Reading Time: 55 minutes Whether you’re in it for the long haul or just a year or two, having a strategy is key. Gold might not be skyrocketing to $3,000 anytime soon, as some may claim, so a well-thought-out plan is definitely a smart move. 2024: Investment gold on the rise. In 2023, gold demand…

  • 1927 $20 gold double eagle. (Regular Strike)

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The 1927 Saint-Gaudens double eagle, the second most prevalent within its series, closely trails the 1924 variant in terms of availably on the market. This particular coin exhibits ready availability in the market, particularly in Mint State (MS) grades up to MS-64. 1927 is a common date for St. Gaudens double…

  • Britannia 1 ounce Gold Coin.

    Reading Time: 6 minutes The Gold Britannia is a 1 Troy ounce investment coin. Whilst the figure of Britannia has graced coins since Roman times, it is only since 1987 that the modern Gold Britannia coin has been produced. The Gold Britannia is also available in fractions and the Silver Britannia is 1 Troy ounce…

  • 20 French Francs – Napoleon III Laureate Head.

    20 French Francs – Napoleon III Laureate Head.

    Reading Time: 4 minutes The Napoleon 3 Head Laureate 20 Francs gold coin is a masterpiece of French numismatics. Struck between 1861 and 1870, it boasts a design that captures the powerful image of Napoleon III, with his laureate head featured prominently on the obverse side. The reverse of the coin displays the French coat…

  • Precious Metal Sales Tax in United States by State.

    Reading Time: 25 minutes The tax issue is something the sellers conveniently doesn’t mention in all those buy “gold to avoid inflation” commercials you see on TV and the internet from Rosland Capitol. They never mention the sell side and the tax implications or that you will be losing 28% of your profit. But that’s…

  • The Austrian gold Vienna Philharmonic.

    The Austrian gold Vienna Philharmonic.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes The Austrian Mint first began producing the Vienna Philharmonic in 1989 and it quickly became very popular. The Vienna Philharmonic coin is struck in the finest and purest gold, 999.9 fine (24 carats) in a painstaking minting process. It is issued every year, in four different face values, sizes and weights. It…