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Goldline recommends reviewing its Account Agreement, State Addendum and risk disclosure booklet, Coin Facts for Investors and Collectors to Consider, prior to making your purchase. Precious metals and rare coins can increase or decrease in value. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. We believe that precious metals are a long term investment, recognizing any specific holding period may be affected by current market conditions requiring a longer or shorter holding period.
Investment Grade Coins are higher quality and more rare than bullion coins. These coins are also graded and are enclosed in a protective slab to ensure and preserve the condition of the coin. A study commissioned by the U.S. Congress has proven that certain Investment Grade Coins are shown to have an annual return of 15%. Investment Grade Coins are for investors planning to hold onto their investment for at least 3 years.
To get in on the movement in gold prices, there are plenty of options beyond investing in gold-indexed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or purchasing a stash of the precious metal. Some of the hottest gold stocks for 2018 are mining and exploration companies. These top gold and gold mining stocks could be a good way to gain exposure to the market in the latter part of this year. All figures are accurate as of October 15, 2018. (See also: What Drives the Price of Gold?)
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