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Why Buy Gold Coins from GSI Exchange?

At GSI Exchange, we carefully monitor trending markets for Gold coins and Gold bullion offering the highest promise and utmost value for our customers looking to buy Gold or invest in a Gold IRA.

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Great Britain Queen

Gold Great Britain Queen's Beast Lion 1-Ounce Gem/BU 2016

as low as $3,145.09
St Gaudens MS-61

Gold United States St. Gaudens Gold MS-61

as low as $1,739.12
Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coin 1 Ounce

Gold Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz. Gem/BU

as low as $2,057.77
Gold American Eagle

Gold American Eagle 1 oz. Proof w/ Box and Cert

as low as $2,465.10
Gold British Sovereign

Gold British Sovereign XF

as low as $483.04
Gold Austrian 4 Ducat

Gold Austrian 4 Ducat

as low as $862.48

Gold United States Indian-Head Eagle MS-63

as low as $959.40
1907 liberty coin

Gold United States Liberty Double Eagle MS-63

as low as $0.00

Gold Valcambi Suisse 20 Gram CombiBar .9999

as low as $1,378.64
liberty gold coin

Gold United States Liberty Double Eagle MS-64

as low as $2,573.29
Gold United States Coin

Gold United States $5 Coin BU/Proof

as low as $528.62
st gaudens gold coin

Gold United States St. Gaudens Gold XF

as low as $0.00
Gold American Eagle Coin 4 Piece Set

Gold American Eagle 4-PC. Set w/box and COA

as low as $5,198.66
indian gold coin

$2.5 Indian Gold XF

as low as $286.65
Gold Canadian Wild Horse 1/4 Ounce Coin

Gold Canadian Wild Horse 1/4 oz. Gem/BU 2019

as low as $693.02
Gold South African Krugerrand

Gold South African Krugerrand 1 oz. Gem/BU

as low as $1,963.06

Investing In Gold

Buying Gold mining stocks or investing in a fund that holds Gold bullion are popular ways for investors to get Gold exposure. Although these investment vehicles do present certain advantages, particularly when stock markets are rising, they also present risks that are not correlated with the yellow metal.

For instance, Gold mining stock prices may be correlated to the price of spot Gold. But stock prices are also sensitive to the valuations of the mining company that offers them. Should a mining company underperform relative to the industry average, its stock value will depreciate, effectively removing its correlation with spot Gold.

On the other hand, funds that hold Gold bullion may charge fees for management and performance. Any additional fees paid to an intermediary can erode profits when Gold appreciates and add to losses when Gold fluctuates to the downside.

The primary goal of investors who use these financial instruments is to add Gold exposure to their portfolios. In light of this goal, it might make better sense to bypass these additional risks and fees, opting instead to buy physical Gold as a direct investment.

Attention All Serious Investors:
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