Riding the Gold Wave: Is Your Retirement Prepared?

As gold prices surge past $2,400 per ounce, investors worldwide are witnessing a remarkable rally in the precious metals market. But amidst this surge, a critical question arises: Is your retirement portfolio equipped to harness the potential of this unprecedented bull run? According to industry analysts and traders, multiple factors are fueling this surge, creating…

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Unveiling Investor Benefits in Owning Gold

Understanding the investor benefits in owning gold is crucial for a diversified and resilient investment portfolio. This precious metal has been valued since ancient times, evolving from a currency to a modern-day asset that preserves wealth over time. We’ll explore how investing in gold can enhance your portfolio’s diversification, an important strategy for mitigating risk.…

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2016 Gold Gyrfalcon

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The gyrfalcon has been prized by humans as a hunting companion since ancient times. Associated not only with falconry but also with royalty and nobility, and a celebrated circumpolar Arctic coastal dweller, the gyrfalcon—the largest of the falcon species—makes a fitting subject for the Royal Canadian Mint’s stunning 2016 gold coin. The reverse design by…

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American Gold Eagle (bullion)

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First released in 1986, the American Gold Eagle bullion coin is a joy to behold. Made of 91% gold, the coin is issued in denominations of 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1 oz. Artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens and sculptor Miley Busiek both contributed to the coin; Saint-Gaudens’ epic rendition of Lady Liberty is on…

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American Buffalo

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The first American coin of its kind, the Gold American Buffalo is a 24-karat bullion coin. Its significance can be attributed to it being the first .9999 fine gold coin to be in large circulation in the history of the United States Mint. The coin features images by American sculptor James Earle Fraser who designed…

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2021 Australian ¼ oz. Gold Florin

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For the first time since 1963, Australia’s Perth Mint has issued a modern version of the timeless mainstay of the British Empire, the florin. At one time British florins circulated on six continents, from Boston to Bombay, Capetown to Cairo. Australia minted its own florins for over 50 years before the transition from the traditional…

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