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!


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