Tue. Jan 18th, 2022
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Who-Will-Buy-Your-Gold-Bullion-First-Ask-What-Size-Coin-Was-Minted-The-Most

Do you wonder who will buy the gold bullion from your stack in the future? First you should ask yourself, what size coin do people buy? You may want to buy something that other people find attractive financially or that they can afford? Are your stacking habits in sync with the buying public?

I share 14 years of US Mint data on the four sizes of bullion grade American Gold Eagles, to see which size coin has consistently sold the most. I rank the four size coins from best seller to least seller. The coins come in one ounce 22k gold one ounce, half ounce, quarter ounce, and 1/10 ounce sizes.

DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial planner. I am sharing information that I have analyzed. Please do your own research prior to investing in gold, silver, or any other investment.

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By Lilliam

21 thoughts on “Who Will Buy Your Gold Bullion? First Ask What Size Coin Was Minted the Most”
    1. Donald J that will never happen. Bahhahaha. Poor Donny, save up and buy some gold!

  1. Made my first gold purchases in this last month and plan to get on a regular monthly schedule for gold purchases this year. I’m currently awaiting delivery of a 1/10 oz Britannia, a 1/10 oz Maple Leaf, and a 1/4 oz American Gold Eagle. Timing & cost probably played a greater role in my purchase rather than any preference for a specific size.

    Moving forward, I’m planning to purchase more 1/10 oz coins as my “International” stack—the Britannia, the Maple Leaf, next a Krugerrand, then a Kangaroo, etc.

    For the AGE purchases, I’ll stick with the 1/4 oz as a monthly purchases, with the goal of saving for a 1 oz purchase at the end of summer. Consistency and holding for the long term at the forefront of my thinking.

    1. @Silver Heist : And thank you for your effort with this video. I enjoy your channel! 👍😉

    1. Good advice. I did get a Canadian gold MapleGram25. Similar idea. Sheet of 25 —- one gram coins, joined together.

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