How to Buy from the Amazon.com of Gold Coins

I told you recently that I’ve been buying more American Gold Eagles, and a lot of you asked for specifics.

I’m happy to elaborate.

There are a number of ways to own gold. The best way is to own physical gold, and I like coins, which can be purchased from a number of reputable dealers.

The dealers I like personally are Kitco (www.kitco.com), Blanchard (www.blanchardgold.com), and JM Bullion (www.jmbullion.com). These firms offer a wide variety of newly minted coins, historical coins, and rare coins, as well as coins from different countries, such as American Gold Eagles, which are my favorite, South African Krugerrands, and Canadian Maple Leafs. You can choose from different weights, ranging from 1 oz. down to 1/10th oz. (and Kitco even offers 1/20th oz.).

They have great service, too. Buying gold is as easy as buying a book on Amazon.com. You can have your gold in hand in a few days. JM Bullion offers free shipping, while Kitco has a flat rate. Kitco is the only one that will ship gold internationally, so be aware of that.

Now let’s talk about prices…

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The Best Super Crash “Insurance” You Can Buy

People often ask me about the best way to buy gold. I’m going to show you this week exactly how I like to do it.

First, though, let’s review why it’s a very good idea to be buying gold in the first place. Right now… before the Super Crash.

Gold is key because it offers protection against both inflation and deflation. It is one of the few assets to do that. It’s insurance.

It’s surprising how few investors get this, because it’s really not complicated. I promise it will click for you today in five minutes, with my help. And then tomorrow you’ll see how I get my gold.

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