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The Types of Gold and Silver
The Types of Gold and Silver
The Types of Gold and Silver
The Types of Gold and Silver
The Types of Gold and Silver
The Types of Gold and Silver
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The Types of Gold and Silver

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  • 1. What are the types of Gold and Silver?
  • 2. Types of Gold and Silver Paper Digital Physical
  • 3. Paper● ETF (Exchange Traded Funds): Securities traded like stocks. There has been allegations that many ETFs are not backed by actual metal and thus its value may be independent of the physical metal value.● Easy to buy and sell in this form● Requires most knowledge and experience● High risk, low cost
  • 4. Digital● “Bullion Banks” that offer a digital representation or “currency” backed by physical bullion in a vault.● Convenient for using Gold and Silver in transactions● Be sure that you can take delivery of physical when you request and what is that process and fees involved.● Medium Risk but can more expensive
  • 5. Physical● Bullion: metal of .999% pure gold or silver. Cost/price usually follows the “spot” or market traded price in the commodities exchange plus dealer profit. Bullion is the investment grade metal.● Numismatics: defined as the study and collection of coins, metals, and paper money. Value/price is determined by metal content, numismatic premium, and dealer profit.● Lowest Risk. You hold it, you own it!
  • 6. Bullion or Numismatic?● Since bullion is the pure metal content .999%, in the event of the need to trade with it, you know exactly what the value is.● Numismatics have speculation parts that you have no control over. If you acquire numismatics, do so for fun, as a hobby, education, etc.● To protect Wealth and “invest”, acquiring physical bullion should be the priority.● Numismatics to Show. Bullion to Grow!
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