Category: How to invest in gold

  • Avoid graded coins if you’re only interest in stacking Gold Coins.

    Avoid graded coins if you’re only interest in stacking Gold Coins.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes The heat of the failing economy is revealing gold to be an investment that can stand the test of time. While currencies and other paper interests are fluctuating in value, gold is holding steady at a high per ounce price that is triple what it was less than 20 years ago.…

  • Gold Investment for Beginners.

    Gold Investment for Beginners.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes There are many questions that beginners often ask themselves when considering investing in gold. In uncertain financial times many an investor has retreated back into gold waiting out the stock market turmoil. Such actions have seen the value of gold increase many time over in the last few years. The media…

  • Beginners Guide to Buying Gold Coins in US and Canada.

    Beginners Guide to Buying Gold Coins in US and Canada.

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Gold is one of the commodities that features a storied history of being highly sought after. It was used to line the coffers of kingdom treasuries, to buy the supplies need to survive in the wilds to dig for more gold, and as ornamental and utility decoration for a number of…

  • Helvetia/Vreneli gold coin 20 Swiss francs 1906.

    Helvetia/Vreneli gold coin 20 Swiss francs 1906.

    Reading Time: < 1 minute The 20 Swiss francs 1906 is an investment gold coin exempt from VAT. The Swiss Helvetia 20 franc 1906 coin is investment gold according to the criteria set by the european union directive 2006/112/EC. Millesimal fineness is 900 ‰ and the coin contain 5.80 grams of pure gold. 1906 is a year of low…

  • Swiss gold coins 20 francs Vreneli, 1897–1936, 1947, 1949.

    Swiss gold coins 20 francs Vreneli, 1897–1936, 1947, 1949.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The Vreneli (in German and French), Marengo (in Italian) is the popular name for a range of gold coins of the Swiss Confederation. The official name of these coins is “Helvetia head”, “Helvetiakopf” (in German) or “Helvetia head” (in English). These coins were issued between 1897 and 1936, as well as…

  • Physical gold price (bars and coins)

    Physical gold price (bars and coins)

    Reading Time: < 1 minute On this page, the price of physical gold, with reference London Stock Exchange and the live quotation of Cpor (French over-the-counter market) of the main currencies.