Thu. Dec 9th, 2021

Let’s compare gold bought a year ago vs gold now. I made the same purchase (American Gold Buffalo) Nov, 23rd 2020 as I did Nov 23, 2021. How do they compare in price? Well, you might be surprised.

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24 thoughts on “Gold Bought a Year Ago vs Now – Bet You Can’t Guess Which Cost More”
  1. Just like me, every time I buy gold….spot drops, but no worries I am in for the long haul! Over time, I am not worried! Happy thanksgiving to you and your family!

  2. Those who say its not figthing inflation don’t even understand money printing whats the title of the book on the right the grey one?

  3. While they charge the expected premiums, my LCS pays the same for Krugs as they do for AGEs. I like the AGEs much better…
    So I’m switching to stacking Krugerrands to avoid emotional attachment getting in the way of selling to take advantage of market corrections or great deals in other real wealth assets.

    1. I can see that perspective. I think of Eagles that way. I like them, but I’m not attached. Cheers!

  4. Bought 1/4 oz eagle $542 1809 spot price lol Sd bullion than bought $5 us commemorative gold coin $446 $1790 spot price few hours later on JM bullion only American gold coins for me that’s been my monthly purchase 8 months in row 1/4 GE are crazy premium right now though random year is $620 something on Jm and APMEX which is ridiculous

  5. About price trading sideways is ok but we ll probably need a spring/hard drop before next leg up same as previous cycle when spot went a little higher than previous high 888 still think we re going to low 1600s before new all time high

  6. Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃 I just couldn’t resist so I bought a Buffalo as well. Might go to the LCS and buy a Maple as well or might just hold off and pick something up on the Black Friday sales.

  7. I’m buying my Gold in Euros, as I live in Europe. Over here the price of Gold has gone up a lot since the last 2 months or so, but that has to do with the exchange rate with USD I guess? Check out the charts in EUR as well as USD for Gold and you’ll see what I’m talking about. As a result, I am not buying at all right now.

    1. Agreed, I sit with the same dilemma over here in sunny South Africa 🇿🇦, I’m currently sitting back and wait for the exchange rate to start counting in my favor before I will make a purchase.

  8. I just bought 5 x silver ounce coins (mix set), and 1/4 ounce coin.
    Id rather spend my money on gold and silver then wasting it at the local starbucks, fast food restaurant, clothes that i dont need.

  9. Another intelligent perspective from 2 in 1, I am scaling down on gold acquisitions and increasing my portfolio with equities/index /ETFs and some RETs, I just looking for growth follow the market sentiments. Thanks for another fantastic input into gold acquisition devoid of unusual emotions attached to stacking.

  10. Hi 2 is 1 very nice video like always. I obviously bought when it was still 1850, planning to hold for long long time I don’t mind it too much. I have a question: would you buy a buffalo, the Australian tiger (i’m not collecting them but i heard that everything with tigers on it are often a good resell in the 2 market) or the 20 dollars st. Gaudens double eagle? Keep in mind i live in Europe. Thanks for the answer 😊

  11. For this last year is only gold and silver who lost value when stock bitcoin oil and $ has gone to the moon 😤😡😠

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