Certified Silver Coins
Posted by Adam King on December 16, 2009
December 16, 2009 – Certified silver coins are a viable option for investors who would like to fortify their portfolios with non-confiscatable assets yet would prefer not to spend $2000 or more per coin. Two of the most popular and top-performing certified silver coins right now are the:
• PCGS/NGC-certified MS64 Morgan Silver Dollar
• PCGS/NGC-certified MS65 Peace Silver Dollar
The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation have take special care in examining and grading these American antique pieces, so if you are interested in purchasing precious metals that were not confiscated by our government historically then these coins could be a great match for your portfolio and your investment goals.
Investors who shift funds into the certified silver market typically are after a few specific things. They have a goal to preserve their wealth over a period of 14 months or more, and most certified silver investors would like to keep possession of their rarities until our national debt is paid down, the dollar is strengthened, and the entire eco-political situation within the United States levels out.
There are no guarantees that you could make a fortune with certified silver coins, although many investors have been able to privately protect and grow their wealth with these pieces throughout our recession. The silver spot price does not always follow the inverse relationship with the dollar in the same way that gold does, and the recent increases in certified silver prices have been due to the fact that predominant buying for safety from the collapse of the dollar. If consumer confidence falls in 2010, expect higher prices in both the certified gold and silver markets. Understand, however, that nothing is certain in investing or in life, so evaluate your circumstance and your own worldview before vesting in any fund or physical possession precious metal. Contact the Certified Gold Exchange directly if you would like to take your position with certified silver coins or certified gold coins.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange
US Gold Market