12 Days of Christmas: Day 5 – Australian Gold Kangaroos

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Now available from APMEX, the 2012 1 oz. Australian Gold Kangaroo is only $44.99 per coin over spot. At .9999 fine, this is one of the purest Gold bullion coins minted annually by the Perth Mint. And with a design that changes each year, the Gold Australian Kangaroo is sought after by collectors and investors alike. Order yours today, while supplies last.

Bullion Pricing + Collectability = Exceptional Value

The Perth Mint is one of the most popular mints in the world and its Gold Kangaroos are bullion coins valued by investors and collectors worldwide. The 2012 1 oz. Gold Australian Kangaroos are:

  • Dated 2012 with a face value of $100.
  • Specially priced, it is the lowest-priced 1 oz. Gold coin we sell.
  • IRA-approved, high-quality products for investors building retirement wealth.

The back of the coin features an adult kangaroo standing tall in a field with a windmill in the background. It also displays the date, weight and fineness of the coin. On the front is a profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the words “Elizabeth II,” “Australia” and “100 Dollars.”

An Amazing Value in One of the Purest Gold Coins

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Buy any quantity of 2012 1 oz. Australian Gold Kangaroo coins at the special price of just $44.99 per coin over spot, while supplies last.

Shop Our Full Line of Australian Gold Kangaroos

APMEX stocks Australian Gold Kangaroos from 2012 and prior in a variety of sizes and designs. Choose from sets or individual coins, including some individually packaged in assay cards.

 

Looking for a special silver Gift Idea? How about Australian Silver Kangaroos?

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Minted by the Royal Australian Mint, Australian Silver Kangaroos come in a wide variety of gorgeous designs. You’ll be amazed by the attractive packaging and affordable pricing that make these coins ideal gifts!

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12.2.11 Weekly Recap

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Merry Christmas from everyone at APMEX!

 

Gold continued to shine in analysts’ eyes this week as eurozone leaders scrambled to find a solution to Europe’s ongoing debt crisis.  Adrian Day, president of investment firm Adrian Day Asset Management, reflected this week on reasons why people have been buying Gold the past two years, citing “concern and distress of fiat currency paper money.”  Day said, “Gold is a solid asset which is going up.”  Central banks around the world came up with an agreement to aid financial markets, while China made the unusual move to cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) for commercial lenders.

Earlier in the week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) denied that it was in talks to provide monetary aid to Italy; many analysts still expect that the IMF will have little choice but to act if the European economic crisis comes to a boiling point.  There was speculation that Germany might float additional bonds together with the eurozone’s five other triple-A rated nations and then use the proceeds to help Italy and Spain, but Germany quickly denied this speculation.  Finance ministers from the eurozone gathered this week at the headquarters of the European Union in an effort to rescue the euro and thereby protect the rest of the world’s economy from a debt-related financial collapse.  Also, global central banks reached an agreement to lower dollar-swap ratios to “ease strains in financial markets and thereby mitigate the effects of such strains on the supply of credit to households and businesses and so help foster economic activity.”  Alan Valdes, director of floor operations and vice president of trading at DME Securities, said, “The markets rallied with the news.  But if you stop and think about it, you have to realize what kind of danger the world is in for all the central banks to get together and save Europe.”Some warned that this agreement could backfire and pose a risk to U.S. economic expansion.

Last week’s Black Friday deals brought record retail sales in the U.S., resulting in a strong start for the stock market this week. Concurrently, a report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) indicated that the global economy is slowing, the eurozone is in a mild recession, and the U.S. may soon follow.  Although the economic news in the U.S. was somewhat rosier than the news from Europe this week, the opinion of many is that the European debt crisis is echoed in the U.S. by the inability of American leaders to conquer this country’s own debt crisis.  The congressional Super Committee might return to attempt another deficit cut; the House Minority Whip said that he would like a 90-day extension for the Super Committee to reach an agreement.  The jobs report showed 120,000 jobs were created in November, and that the jobless rate fell to 8.6%.

Credit ratings were predominant in the news this week as reports came out that France could lose its AAA credit rating as the result of a downgrade by Standard & Poor’s (S&P).  Fifteen major banking institutions (including six in the U.S.) had their credit ratings downgraded by S&P this week.  S&P also upgraded two Chinese banks, based on the view that banks in North America and Europe find themselves in greater danger of turmoil in the financial market, while Asia-Pacific banks have experienced relative stability.  Ritesh Maheshwari, S&P’s lead analytical manager of financial services ratings across the Asia-Pacific region, explained, “Money is flowing into emerging markets, so the health of their financial systems is continuously improving, whereas in the West, banks are battling with so many issues.”

For the first time in almost three years, China’s central bank cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) for its commercial lenders to ease credit strains and strengthen an economy that is showing signs of weakness. China’s manufacturing sector shrink in November, which helped to clearly define that country’s decision to encourage commercial lending to boost the economy.  Stephen Green, the China economist at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong, said, “This is a big move — this is easing; it’s a clear signal that China is on a loosening mode.  The next move will be another RRR cut in January.”

At least two analysts expressed the view this week that Gold could reach a price of $2,000 as investors consider an exit from riskier investments.  During the week, Oliver Purshce, co-portfolio manager of the GMG Defensive Beta Fund, stated, “What will drive prices higher are fears of inflation … if you see the ECB print money, the Federal Reserve (ease), China change monetary policy — that would all be supportive of $2,000 Gold prices.”  In addition, Bank of Montreal strategy adviser Don Coxe said that instead of equities tied to the economy, investors should consider buying Gold-mining stocks or the metal itself.  Coxe said Gold would surpass $2,000 an ounce in the event of “a full-blown crash of the banking system in Europe.”

 

WEEKLY SPOT PRICES

Gold:
Spot Gold prices opened this week at $1,714.00. The high was on Friday, Dec. 2nd at $1,767.10, while the low for the week occurred on Monday, Nov. 28th at $1,686.70. Gold ended the week up $33.10 at $1,747.10. This week, the most popular Gold bullion products were 2011 Gold American Eagles, 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Gold Bars, and 2011 1 oz. Gold Maple Leafs.

Silver:
Spot Silver prices opened this week at $32.27. Silver reached a high of $33.74 on Friday, Dec. 2nd, while this week’s low for Silver occurred on Wednesday, Nov. 30th at $31.12. Silver ended the week up $0.41 at $32.68. The most popular Silver products on APMEX.com this week were 2011 Silver American Eagles, 2011 Silver Maple Leafs, 1 oz. Silver Buffalo Rounds and 10 oz. APMEX Silver Bars.

Platinum:
Spot Platinum prices opened this week at $1,545.30 and ended the week up $5.90 at $1,551.20. Popular Platinum products this week included, 1 oz. Platinum Bars, 1/10 oz. Platinum American Eagles, and 1 oz. Platinum American Eagles.

Palladium:
Spot Palladium prices opened this week at $583.30 and ended the week up $61.00 at $644.30. Palladium investors preferred 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars and Palladium Canadian Maple Leafs this week at APMEX.com.

 

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2011 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Gold Bar

Pamp Suisse Gold Bars have been produced in Switzerland since 1979 and are the most highly sought-after Gold investments in the world. Pamp Suisse, the world’s leading independent refiner of precious metals, controls more than half of the world market for Gold bullion ingots weighing less than 50 grams from its headquarters in Castel San Pietro, Switzerland. Each .9999 Fine Gold ingot is encased in tamper-evident “Signed Certicard” packaging with an assay card that guarantees the quality, weight and assayed precious metal content of each bar.

Most Pamp Suisse Gold bars are die-struck and bear the company’s famous “Lady Fortuna” design on the bar’s front. The design, widely regarded as one of the most attractive designs in the marketplace, is based on the Roman goddess of fortune accompanied by her traditional attributes: the rudder of fate and the cornucopia of plenty. The back of each bar is hallmarked with its purity, weight and serial number.

APMEX provides many opportunities to add this beautiful, world-class Gold investment to your precious metals portfolio. The bar selection ranges from 1 gram to 10 ounces. Best of all, APMEX customers now have a super opportunity to buy Pamp Suisse 1 oz. Gold bars at a great discounted price during the “12 Days of Christmas” promotion! Buy Gold Pamp Suisse bars for ONLY $39.99 over spot while supplies last. And there are no limits!

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11.18.11 Weekly Recap

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The U.S. debt passed the $15 trillion mark this week.  What does a trillion dollars look like?  A trillion is 1 million multiplied by 1 million. 1,000 billion dollar bills in your pocket amounts to $1 trillion which is understandably inconceivable to most people. Americans should be alarmed about this $15 trillion debt when we learn that the ratio of U.S. debt to its GDP is now 102% and rising.  When the debt-to-GDP ratio of a country hits 90%, it begins to become a drag on future economic growth.  If this ratio climbs to 100% or higher, the economic growth becomes nearly impossible.

It appears that until Europe is fixed, its headlines will continue to drive the markets for the foreseeable future Robert Pavlik, Banyan Partners chief market strategist, expressed,“We’re capped, at least until we can knock Europe off the front page.” Gold fell more than $50/oz on Thursday as concerns of expanded contagion from the euro zone crisis caused large selloff in almost every market. There is a lot of fear, warranted or not, over the exposure of U.S. banks to the debt crisis in Europe.  The concern is not over any of the countries we’ve worried about over the past few months; the concern is the exposure of U.S. banks to French and British debt.  The exposure to Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain totaled a relatively manageable $50 billion as of Sept. 30th; however, the exposure to French debt is approximately $188 billion and exposure to British debt is approximately $225 billion.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Europe could be facing its toughest hour since WWII.  Greece and Italy both have new leaders but this does little to nothing in itself to solve the problem.  Both new leaders are rushing to form new administrations and coalitions to stave off the damage of escalating debt problems.  “Europe is in one of its toughest, perhaps the toughest, hour since World War II,” Merkel told her conservative party in Leipzig.  “If the euro fails, then Europe fails, and we want to prevent, and we will prevent, this.  This is what we are working for, because it is such a huge historical project,” Merkel said.  Investors continue to look for decisive action from euro zone leaders.

This time of year, hedge funds and other investment firms are required to make regulatory filings with the SEC to report their holdings.  These reports can give an indication as to the outlook of some of the world’s savviest investors.  It appears that many are cautiously optimistic but are still avoiding risk, mainly due to fears of a contagion from Europe’s financial woes.  Ryan Detrick, senior analyst at Schaeffer’s Investment Research, said, “We still think it makes sense to be cautiously bullish here.  Don’t go overboard, obviously, because those Europe concerns are clearly still relevant.”

In an interview on Wednesday, Christopher Waller, research director for the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, warned that economic recovery in the U.S. is likely to be a process that will take several years and that the Federal Reserve can do little to shorten it.  “Something’s happened in U.S. labor markets that we can’t overcome,” he said, adding, “No matter what we do, recovery is going to be slow.” Bullard has said the Fed shouldn’t engage in any additional easing of monetary policy unless the U.S. economy derails from its current modest growth, stating, “There’s no point in trying to say, ‘Cure cancer with monetary policy.’ It’s just not possible.”

Meanwhile, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans is pushing for a commitment from the Fed to do more to decrease the nation’s high unemployment rate.  Evans, who has been pushing for more aggressive action from the Fed for some time, said, “I just think this is the time to stretch the boundaries a little bit more and take a few chances.”  He is pushing for a plan that involves asset purchases (some form of quantitative easing (QE) as well as very low interest rates until the unemployment rate drops below 7% or until inflation rises above 3%.  At the most recent meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, Evans was the lone dissenter on the panel who favored more aggressive action, including a third round of QE.  Now, two more Fed presidents have released statements supporting Evans’ ideas.  But if Evans gets his way, how will the stimulus be paid for?

WEEKLY SPOT PRICES

Gold:
Spot Gold prices opened this week at $1,778.40. The high was on Monday, Nov. 14th at $1,797.60, while the low for the week occurred on Thursday, Nov. 17th at $1,711.00. Gold ended the week down $50.40 at $1,728.00. This week, the most popular Gold bullion products were 2011 Gold American Eagles, 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Gold Bars, and 2011 1 oz. Gold Maple Leafs.

Silver:
Spot Silver prices opened this week at $34.10. Silver reached a high of $34.92 on Monday, Nov. 14th, while this week’s low for Silver occurred on Friday, Nov. 18th at $30.93. Silver ended the week down $1.64 at $32.46. The most popular Silver products on APMEX.com this week were 2011 Silver American Eagles, 2011 Silver Maple Leafs, 1 oz. Silver Buffalo Rounds and 10 oz. APMEX Silver Bars.

Platinum:
Spot Platinum prices opened this week at $1,646.40 and ended the week down $48.50 at $1,597.90. Popular Platinum products this week included, 1 oz. Platinum Bars, 1/10 oz. Platinum American Eagles, and 1 oz. Platinum American Eagles.

Palladium:
Spot Palladium prices opened this week at $664.30 and ended the week down $57.80 at $606.50. Palladium investors preferred 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars and Palladium Canadian Maple Leafs this week at APMEX.com.

100 Corona Gold Coins & Gold 50 Pesos

For decades, these Gold coins have remained a world favorite for people interested in Gold investments because the premiums charged for these coins are normally lower than for most other Gold bullion coins. The 100 Corona coin contains 0.9802 oz. of 21.6-karat Gold. The Corona coins were originally issued from 1908-14, bearing the date of mintage; after the death of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph, the coins were imprinted with the commemorative date of 1915. The Austro-Hungarian 100 Corona coin is no longer minted. The 50 Pesos coins were minted in Mexico City. The Peso coin contains 1.2057 oz. of 90% Gold and 10% copper that strengthens the coin to endure the wear of circulation.

Increase your Gold portfolio in thrifty fashion by adding Mexican Gold 50 Pesos bullion coins and Austro-Hungarian Gold 100 Corona coins to your holdings. While supplies last, buy Gold 50 Pesos and 100 Corona coins at only $24.99 per ounce over the Gold spot price at APMEX.com.

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Buy Gold British Sovereigns!

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Attention buyers of European Gold: take advantage of special Gold prices on British Sovereign Gold coins, now as low as $14.99 per coin over spot! Weighing in at nearly 1/4 oz., these fractional Gold coins are an affordable way to increase your  European Gold Investment. They are easy to buy and sell if you need to liquidate assets. Order yours today, while supplies last.

Affordable and Unique Gold Coins

British coins are recognized around the world; fractional Gold coins like the British Sovereign are especially in demand. Since 1957, the Gold Sovereign has been minted for bullion purposes only. The mintage numbers are far lower than comparable Gold bullion coins from mints around the world. The front of the Gold British Sovereign coin features the likeness of the British monarch reigning at the time each coin was minted. The back depicts the famous legend of St. George slaying a dragon.

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These small denomination fractional Gold coins can be an important asset as part of a short-term emergency fund. When the moment calls, sell or exchange only as much as you need at any time.

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Video Commentary: Consider Re-Balancing Your Portfolion With Gold

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The financial markets continue on an unsettled course, and perhaps now is the time to consider re-balancing your portfolio with a World Class Asset with a history of offsetting the uncertainty in stocks and bonds.

APMEX Chief Executive Officer Michael Haynes talks about the instruction from the 2008 financial crisis, when Gold proved its worth as both a source of liquidity and enduring value. Many analysts are stating that today’s situation may be similar to 2008 all
across Europe and potentially, on a global scale. If history is our teacher, Gold could once again prove itself as a long-term storehouse of value during uncertain times.

You may not be able to predict the future. But one thing is certain: If you’ve allocated your investments among asset classes that
historically do not move in the same direction, you’ve got a degree of protection for your portfolio. If you haven’t diversified, perhaps now is the time to improve the balance in your portfolio with all four asset classes: stocks, bonds, cash and Gold — the fourth asset class.

Historically, Gold prices have moved independently of stocks. In fact, beginning three years ago, you can see in the
chart how Gold bounced back from the 2008 financial crisis, while the S&P 500 continued to struggle.

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As you consider your own portfolio, keep your investment horizon, at least the next 3 to 5 years, as your guide. History suggests that any pullback in Gold prices is an opportunity to add to your position in Gold.

 Our Most Popular Gold Investments

 

2011 Gold Canadian Maple Leafs

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Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coins are a great way to invest. Many consider the Maple Leaf to be one of the world’s most beautiful Gold coins. Each Gold Maple Leaf coin is legal tender, guaranteed by the Canadian government for its weight and .9999 fine purity.

1 oz. Credit Suisse Gold Bar

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As one of the most respected names in the precious metals industry, Credit Suisse produces these 1 oz. Gold bars. Guaranteed .9999 fine, 1 oz. Credit Suisse Gold bars are packaged in their own assay card.

2011 1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle

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With this fractional Gold American Eagle, you get the stately beauty and symbolism of the the American Eagle at a lower price point. The Gold American Eagle one of the world’s most popular forms of personal Gold ownership.

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Video: Donald Trump takes Gold for APMEX New York City Office

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Donald Trump, for the first time ever, accepted Gold bullion as a security deposit on the commercial office space that APMEX will occupy in the Trump Building at 40 Wall Street. “The legacy of Gold as a precious commodity has transcended to become a viable currency and an accepted universal monetary standard,” said Trump. “Central Banks around the world are holding Gold as a reserve asset. It is also a terrific, potentially lucrative diversifier in a portfolio, especially with such volatility in the stock market.”

Michael Haynes, CEO of APMEX commented, “New York is one of the major financial and precious metal capitals of the world and 40 Wall Street is a landmark building. We are experiencing significant growth as more and more investors realize that precious metals such as Gold, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium, may provide balance to a portfolio as a part of the asset allocation. We are pleased that Mr. Trump has agreed to accept Gold as a deposit on this lease, and in doing so expresses his confidence in Gold as a valuable, long term asset.”

The lease signing made headline news in the financial community, including The Wall Street Journal and TheStreet.com TV.

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9.2.11 Weekly Recap

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Happy Labor Day Weekend to our APMEX customers!

Gold has ended the week with solid gains because of safe haven buying by investors fearful of the future. Uncertainty remains the name of the game on Wall Street as we wrap up another week of trading.  Many markets have continued their large back-and-forth swings of the last few weeks. 

Monday looked fairly bright due to data released indicating that consumer spending, regarded by many as the main driver of U.S. economic activity, increased 0.8% in July after slipping slightly in June.  This data is good news for many investors, as it helped push stock prices substantially higher.  It also shows that the U.S. may not be quite as near a recession as was feared recently.  Joel Naroff, chief economist at Naroff Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania said, “It’s a little far-fetched to truly believe that we are headed into another recession.  This data doesn’t support that view at all.”

One of the main contributors to the housing crash of 2008 was the sense false of security given when ratings companies gave an AAA rating to subprime mortgage securities.  Now S&P has rated a new batch of subprime mortgages as AAA higher than the AA+ rating it gave the U.S.  On Aug. 24, Gregory W. Smith, general counsel for the $41 billion Public Employees Retirement Association of Colorado, said, “Everybody has been led to believe…that AAA means AAA means AAA across the board…anybody that didn’t learn in 2008 that (AAA) doesn’t apply should find another line of work.”

Dennis Lockhart, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, said the Fed should be ready to provide more stimuli to the economy, possibly in the form of greater quantitative easing.  He cited “the weak data we’ve seen recently and… the rising concern about chronic slow growth.”  The first half of 2011 was the weakest six-month period since the recession.  However, three other Fed Presidents are against further stimulus; they voted to not approve the Fed statement that stated interest rates would remain low until mid-2013.

Data released on Thursday and Friday overshadowed the bullish optimism from Monday, indicating a slowdown in manufacturing productivity and a complete lack of creation of new jobs.  Once again the numbers have fallen below expectations according to the jobs report released Friday morning.  Most projections were for between 68,000 -71,000 new jobs to be created, but there were no gains and unemployment holds at 9.1%. Gold and Silver prices moved further up on the news.

 

Weekly Spot Prices

Gold:
Spot Gold prices opened this week at $1,799.20. The high was on Friday, Sept. 2nd at $1,884.60, while the low for the week occurred on Monday, Aug. 29th at $1,781.20. Gold ended the week up $89.50 at $1,888.70. This week, the most popular Gold bullion products were 2011 Gold American Eagles, 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Gold Bars, and 2011 1 oz. Gold Maple Leafs.

Silver:
Spot Silver prices opened this week at $41.13. Silver reached a high of $43.24 on Friday, Sept. 2nd, while this week’s low for Silver occurred on Monday, Aug. 29th at $40.49. Silver ended the week up $2.24 at $43.37. The most popular Silver products on APMEX.com this week were 2011 Silver American Eagles, 2011 Silver Maple Leafs, 1 oz. Silver Buffalo Rounds and 10 oz. APMEX Silver Bars.

Platinum:
Spot Platinum prices opened this week at $1,830.30 and ended the week up $56.20 at $1,886.50. Popular Platinum products this week included, 1 oz. Platinum Bars, 1/10 oz. Platinum American Eagles, and 1 oz. Platinum American Eagles.

Palladium:
Spot Palladium prices opened this week at $759.80 and ended the week up $16.50 at $776.30. Palladium investors preferred 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars and Palladium Canadian Maple Leafs this week.

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APMEX is one of the most trusted and well-recognized leaders in the precious metals industry. These wonderful 1 oz. APMEX .999 fine Silver bars  carry the APMEX name and feature the patriotic American eagle design. Celebrate the Labor Day weekend by diversifying your portfolio with discounted Silver bars from APMEX. All 1 oz. APMEX .999 fine Silver bars are available to you for only $0.99 per bar over the spot price – but only while supplies last! Act now as this special pricing is in effect until 12 p.m. (CDT) Monday, Sept. 5.

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