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Gold Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are a common gold investment, but does that make them a wise gold investment? For most investors we think the answer is no. In this article we will examine the advantages and disadvantages of buying gold through mutual funds, as well as some common misconceptions about the transaction costs involved. (hint: they aren’t as cheap as you think!)

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Investing in Gold The Wise Way

Do you know the most important step to investing in gold properly? Statistically speaking, you probably don’t! Amazingly, most investors skip this essential step to ensuring that they maximize returns. You can avoid a simple mistake by knowing this key, foundational element and understanding what it means to your investment strategy. Ten minutes spent on this could save you a lot of trouble in the future.

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Investing in Gold Through a Bullion Vault

Bullion vaults are not a new phenomenon, but readily accessible ones for individuals are. With low costs, high levels of convenience, and impressive security, bullion vaults are an excellent addition to the gold investor’s toolkit. If you haven’t heard about this relatively new and convenient way to invest in gold you’ll definitely want to read up on it.

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Gold Bars and Gold Rounds

Fort Knox-like stacks of gold bars are the classic image in everyone’s mind when you talk about buying gold, but what about their less recognizable cousins, the gold rounds? In this article we’ll define both of these investment options, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each, as well as give you some helpful storage pointers to keep your investment safe and secure.

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Mistakes To Avoid When You Buy Gold Coins

Did you know that is not just one kind of gold “coin”, but three? Most people don’t, and some dealers have been using this fact for decades (at least) to sell their customers overpriced trinkets. If you’re interested in purchasing wisely you will need to learn the differences so that you don’t get separated from your money like so many already have.

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