Tag: JM Bullion

  • ☆ Is it safe to buy gold from eBay?

    Reading Time: 12 minutes While there’s nothing inherently wrong with buying from eBay, it’s essential to acknowledge that most coins listed there come with a higher premium. This is because the seller, eBay, and PayPal all take their share of the transaction. For instance, if a seller offers a sovereign on eBay for $550, it…

  • Have you ever observed how online dealers often manipulate their posted spot prices, tacking on an extra hidden premium of around $10?

    Reading Time: < 1 minute It`s one of the key points of contention among investors is the discrepancy in posted spot prices across different platforms. While spot price is ostensibly a universal benchmark, the reality is far more nuanced, as evidenced by the insights shared by users in online forums and communities. Users have noted…

  • ⭐ Online bullion dealers: What are the ✔best places to buy gold in the USA?

    Reading Time: 7 minutes When it comes to procuring precious metals through virtual channels, discerning enthusiasts often find themselves at a crossroads, seeking the most advantageous blend of price, selection, and shipping efficiency. Check how to buy gold in USA 4 major dealers for 2024. Our Selections for the Leading Online Gold Dealers in 2024…

  • ☆ Choosing old coins : high premium on pre-33 gold?

    Reading Time: 6 minutes In 2017 and 2018, I recall that you could purchase pre-33 gold coins in decent condition either below the spot price or slightly above it. Does anyone have insight into why the prices have experienced such a dramatic increase, resulting in premiums of 20% to 40%? Additionally, what could be considered…

  • Could i buy directly from Refineries to get cheaper gold? what you didn’t know.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes When considering a gold purchase, individuals typically turn to bullion dealers. These dealers’ price their gold products above the spot price, and this premium can vary widely, ranging from 2% to as much as 20%, depending on factors such as the brand and the type or collection of coins, ingots, or…

  • The Canadian silver coins.

    Reading Time: 4 minutes The Canadian silver coins were based on the US gold market and started in production around 1858. The first Canadian coins made of silver were in the following denominations, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent pieces. Canada continued to use silver coins until 1968 four years after the US stopped minting…