Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Common Misconceptions About Gold Coins Dana Point

The U.S. dollar was backed by gold for some time, but is not anymore. After President William McKinley signed the Gold Standard Act in 1900, the U.S. went on a gold standard in which one dollar was convertible to 1.5 g (23.22 grains) of gold. In early 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt suspended the gold standard with the exception of foreign exchange. In 1971, in the most well-known of the “Nixon Shock” series of actions, President Richard Nixon severed all ties between the U.S. dollar and gold, effectively abolishing the gold standard.

However, gold is a highly liquid asset, and it is easy to buy and easy to sell. Simply call your precious gold coin dealer in Dana Point and order the coin and bar products you’d like and wait to receive the metals at the address you specified. The process could take as little as three business days. Most the time Gems N ‘Loans has bullion and specialty gold coins on hand in their vast inventory.

Dana Point Cash For Gold Silver Diamonds Jewelry Coin Buyer
Finding an honest coin dealer in Dana point that is qualified can often be challenging. You want a coin dealer who knows his topic well, is financially stable, respected by his peers, has demonstrated care for ethics, and from whom you have recourse in case of a dispute.

We strongly recommend following numismatics, the fact is that not every coin collector can become an expert in every field of numismatics. If you are buying coins, especially for investment purposes, you will want a knowledgeable, reliable coin dealer who can give you accurate and meaningful advice.

At Gems N’ Loans Dana Point Our staff members are professionals and exercise the utmost discretion when working with your private information.

Common Questions to ask before you begin trading:

1. How long have you been a coin dealer?
2. What areas do you specialize in?
3. Are you a member of PNG or the ANA?
4. Do you have a brick-and-mortar coin shop or do you just attend coin shows?
5. Do you have a partner that we can work with?

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Dana Point Gold And Coin Fountain History

As far back as we can remember, people have been throwing coins into fountains seemingly as long as there have been coins and fountains. The tradition all started with water. Water is vital to means of sustenance to human life. While many people in the developed world today have clean, drinkable water readily available from their kitchen taps, this was not always the case in olden times. Drinking holes in many regions weren’t the easiest things to find when looking for a place to drink. Therefore, where clean water was available, many early European tribes believed that such areas were a gift from the gods.

One of the most famous wishing fountains is the Trevi Fountain in Rome. The Trevi Fountain was built as the ending point of a 21 kilometre long aqueduct called Virgo, named for the goddess who would guide soldiers to water when they were thirsty and tired. Originally, tossing a coin in or taking a drink from the fountain was supposed to ensure good health. Eventually, the tradition evolved to what we know today!

While we don’t expect people to throw away their gold and silver coins in Dana Point, we wish for them to build financial portfolios and expand on their monetary wealth. At Gems N’ Loans we are here to help guide you along and get the most for your money whether buying or selling!

Thursday, May 10, 2018

What Will gold coins Be Like in 100 Years?
Gold tends to go up when other investments decline, providing a stabilizing effect for your portfolio. It is also is a fortress against inflation. You also don’t have to pay capital gains tax until you sell. Nobody has to know you have it – if that matters to you.

In the latter of financial scenarios, such as massive currency devaluation, you can use gold and silver to buy and sell. That may sound crazy – but it has happened in other countries. U.S. gold coins come in one, one-half, one-quarter, and one-tenth ounce denominations. You pay a “premium” over the price per ounce when you buy gold coins, which is how the dealer makes a profit.

Finding Gold coins in Dana Point to trade for jewelry, loose and in-setting diamonds, coins, paper currency, watches,  or even silverware, would be based on spot prices in cash.

Visit Gems N’ Loans to learn more about investing in the next hundred years!