Certified Gold Exchange
Posted by Adam King on December 31, 2009
The Certified Gold Exchange is the foremost precious metals exchange in North America. Those new to investing in gold and other precious metals may ask why one would use a precious metals trading platform such as the Certified Gold Exchange. The answers depend upon what kinds of gold one wishes to purchase and if there is an intention to ever sell.
It is possible to buy gold bullion directly from the US Mint, but the US Mint is not interested in repurchasing gold bullion coins, whereas the Certified Gold Exchange sells and buys gold. An investor can immediately take advantage of rapid fluctuations in the price of gold using the exchange’s professional trading platform. By the time the US Mint delivers a consignment of gold bullion coins, a market opportunity may have passed.
There are often more attractive investment opportunities in rare gold coins than in gold bullion. The purchase and sale of rare gold coins requires someone connected to the certified rare gold coin market. Doing business through a rare metals and coin dealer allows access to gold products nationally or worldwide, fair pricing, and prompt access to new market opportunities.
A reputable and professional gold exchange is knowledgeable, provides prompt service, and offers fair pricing. A reputable dealer has a history. For example, Certified Gold Exchange has been in business since 1992 and holds an A+, zero complaint rating with the Better Business Bureau. Doing business with the experts makes sense when investing in gold.
Senior Staff Writer – Certified Gold Exchange
US Gold Market