In an uncertain world, precious metals investing is an excellent way to maintain relative stability and hedge against losses from constantly fluctuating stocks, bonds, and other highly sensitive markets.
But why Gold? Why would an individual or government want to hold Gold as a safety net for troubled times? You cannot eat Gold, in the same way you cannot eat currency, nor a stack of Treasury Bills. But Gold can help make sure you can eat later. Or in the case of government, can help ensure you can purchase whatever goods and services your populace may need later.
While we’ve touched on the industrial uses of gold and silver before on the blog, we wanted to revisit the topic and expand our understanding.
Arguably one of the most defining features of the Gold American Buffalo is its title as the first 24-karat gold coin ever offered for public investment by the U.S. Mint.
The U.S. Mint will begin selling its highly anticipated 2019 Silver American Eagle Enhanced Reverse Proof coin starting at noon Thursday, November 14th.
With the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics less than a year away, excitement for the games is quickly mounting. Read more here at the U.S. Gold Bureau.
Part 2 of our series on the Top Five Gold-producing States in the U.S., we're diving into the stories of how Nevada, Alaska and South Dakota produced gold.
While the process of gold mining is often referred to simply as mining, it is actually just one piece of the puzzle. Learn more here.
The Gold American Buffalo is a true American icon. Revered not only for its artistic legacy and nod to Native American culture, the Buffalo is the first 24-karat gold proof coin ever produced by the United States Mint.