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Gold bullion has slowly but surely become an ideal investment to have during difficult economic times. It has been historically proven that as inflation starts to swell mainstream investments like stocks, bonds and real estate usually fall, while precious metals increase in value because they are adverse to paper investments. Currently the global economy is experiencing troubling times and it only looks to be getting worse by the day.

Gold Bullion has been referred to as the investment of the generation and it has proved its worth in the last eight years by making significant gains in value. Many banks and financial institutions are hedging their assets with bullion products in order to protect themselves from the negative effects we could experience as a result of high debt and rising inflation. Doesn't it make sense to diversify into Gold Bullion while we still can?

Investors from New York to China have experienced the profit and with preservation potential of precious metals and recent projections saying that the future will only be brighter for the metal, more and more investors are taking positions in this wise safe haven investment in order to take advantage of its respectable qualities. Every day we are experiencing a moderate amount of fluctuation with gold and if things continue to head in the upward direction, this could just be one of the most profitable years for the metal.

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Well this should come as a big surprise to absolutely nobody who chooses to buy gold bars as a primary means of investment, but the gold spot prices are, as usual, up this week.

It doesn’t take a financial analyst to tell you why, either. We’re still smack dab in the middle of the most serious economic crisis we’ve faced as a country in several decades. Whenever we suffer a recession, people want to buy gold bars. The same thing happened in the nineteen seventies. The dollar took a dive, stores were closing across the country, and American investors went scrambling for the metal.

It’s interesting to note the gold crash of the early 1980s. We had simply not seen such a severe drop in the value of the metal before. The problem was a combination of high expectations, an economy that seemed to recover almost overnight, and the impulsive "Buy! Sell!" attitude being practiced by investors at the time. Sadly, if those investors ...

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U.S. Mint to Sell 2013, 2014 Gold Bullion Coins Together

January 10, 2014 - The U.S. Mint overproduced its 2013 American Eagle gold bullion coins and will deal with the abundant supply of 2013-dated pieces by shipping them at a 1:1 ratio with their 2014 counterpart, according to the U.S. Mint’s web site. After selling 856,500 ounces of gold Eagle bullion coins in 2013 the Mint has some left over, thanks in part to a 63% increase in gold coin demand in 2013 as well as a 14% increase from 2012 to 2013 in sales of gold Eagle coins.

“It’s very difficult to predict how many coins need to be minted, especially at the end of the year when demand can fall far below the yearly average,” said Mike Chow, analyst for Gold-Bullion.org. “Gold was more volatile than expected in 2013 and this played a part in the excess coinage, too.”

The U.S. Mint says it will honor requests for 2014 coins ...

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