Buying Gold? Top 4 Things to Keep in Mind

American Gold Eagle

American Gold Eagle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Whether you are worried about the economy or saving for the future you may want to consider putting a little bit of your savings into Precious Metals like Gold or Silver. But don’t rush into this investment without considering the following 4 points.

  1. Learn the terms: Confused by what spot, bid, ask, and troy ounce is. Learn about these terms by visiting our glossary or by visiting our new investors page.
  2. Research the product you would like the purchase: Some Gold products are more expensive than others. Call one of our representatives who can help you figure out the best product for your needs. We have over 7,000 products in stock so we have no doubt you will find something that is best suited to meet your financial goals!
  3. Research the precious metals dealer: Buy from a reputable company. Check customer ratings on the company website, ensure that they are BBB accredited and visit the company’s social channels on Facebook, and Twitter. Look for a company that offers transparent pricing and secure shipping. There are a lot of players out there and you want to make sure that you buy from the company that is best suited to your needs.
  4. Think about storage: If you make a large investment in Precious Metals, you will want to consider storage options. APMEX customers can store their purchases at a wholly owned subsidiary called Citadel. Learn more here.

Visit APMEX.com or call (800) 375-9006 to find out more about buying Precious Metals. You’ll see that APMEX has all four of these important characteristics you should look for in a Precious Metals dealer.

 

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