Tuesday, May 29, 2012

"Buying Silver Coins - 2 Perspectives on How to Buy Silver Coins"

"Buying Silver Coins - 2 Perspectives on How to Buy Silver Coins"," So, in this article I will explain how to do it from two fundamentally different perspectives.

""Mint quality"" means the coins have been rated by how perfectly or finely they were created or minted.

Buying silver coins from this perspective presumes they will be worth more to numismatics (i.
, collectors) as the coins age and become more rare.

The future value is driven by a host of factors including the age, fineness, the number of equivalent coins minted that year, availability, demand, and to a lesser degree.
 when you sell the coin.
 sometimes very quickly.
 I refer to them as ""commodity"" coins meaning there is a huge supply and they are not singled out by mint-quality ratings.
999 pure silver ""collector"" coins, but they cost much less and more closely track the spot price of silver.

Buying silver coins this way allows you to buy more coins now.

It has been stated if you have as few as 1,000 American Eagle coins in the next 15 years, you will be absolutely shocked how much they will be worth.

Buying mint-quality coins is an art that requires a mix of logic, research, and speculation which can be fun, educational, and exciting.

As with anything, there is always more to learn, and the path you take is your choice, but these are two fundamental approaches of how to buy silver coins today