What is the most affordable gold coin today?

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What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Freddy » 23 June 2016

I know 1/25th in weight is the logical answer, but what brand?

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Re: What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Bounty » 24 June 2016

Freddy wrote:I know 1/25th in weight is the logical answer, but what brand?


2016 Austria 1/25 oz Gold Philharmonic BU, good start for the newbie.

http://www.apmex.com/product/94908/2016 ... armonic-bu
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Re: What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Gold Bird » 25 June 2016

Bounty wrote:
Freddy wrote:I know 1/25th in weight is the logical answer, but what brand?


2016 Austria 1/25 oz Gold Philharmonic BU, good start for the newbie.

http://www.apmex.com/product/94908/2016 ... armonic-bu


Spot on.

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Re: What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Silver Rocket » 01 July 2016

Stacking Cheap Fractional

Premiums are a bit high on fractional gold BUT, if you look around, you can go ok from some good dealers. When gold explodes between $2000 and $3000, at that time people will not buy 1oz or 1/2oz it will be to expensive. It will be a rush/panic never seen around the world before into the smaller sizes 1/20th 1/10th 1/4th.

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Re: What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Silver Rocket » 31 October 2016

The best silver investment is a numismatic investment solely over a PM/Bullion investment getting the best of both worlds and not so much "finished" non business strike silver pieces - it is business strike silver pieces that one should buy because the numismatic value preserves or protects against the silver bullion volatility margins in mitigation as it may relate therein. The best investment in my opinion are Morgan and Peace silver dollars. Realistically the Kookaburras with the finish proof doesn't need to merit numismatic value - one is paying for the finish. The finish gives it a numismatic reference but when one compares the .900 silver content business strike numismatic side of Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars - if silver makes a big run and sustains itself in the long term then the numismatic markets will make adjustments therein - moreover they're not going to make as readily and relative adjustments for non business strike coins. So altogether does one want to buy a pretty finish non business strike coin with selective collectability and refined costs or does one want to be more extensive and invest in coinage that meets business strike, silver content, historical numismatic real value, and recognized collector interests worldwide? Nothing personifies the Old West better than the Morgan Silver Dollar a true piece of American History.

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Re: What is the most affordable gold coin today?

Postby Freddy » 26 January 2017

You should get a Philharmoniker. Nice design, thin planchet makes it look huge compared to a Maple Leaf.


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