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  • Investment Guide to Gold

    December 16, 2014

    Gold is a "Hard" Asset

    Investing in Gold Financial analysts classify gold as a "hard" asset, meaning that it has value in and of itself. Stocks, bonds, and even cash are categorized as "soft" assets because their value is dependent upon your faith in a third party to support the value of the asset. Continue reading

  • How to Choose a Firm to Invest With

    December 16, 2014

    choose-a-firm-to-invest-withOver the years, we've developed a great deal of experience in acquiring hard assets for investors' portfolios. We've worked with highly experienced investors and people who are making their very first hard asset purchase. We've worked with many people on an exclusive basis as well as some who work with multiple firms. Continue reading

  • Investing in Rare Coins

    December 16, 2014

    collecting-commemorative-rare-coinsInvesting in rare coins and numismatics is very exciting but more importantly can be very profitable. Everyday Dallas Gold and Silver Exchange matches novice collectors, rare coin investors and professional numismatists with the high quality rare coins and precious metals that meet their portfolio's needs. Continue reading

  • Precious Metals IRAs: The key to a well diversified retirement plan.

    December 16, 2014

    Many traditional equity investments have seen rapidly decreasing prices over the last several years. Since the passing of the Tax Payer Relief Act in 1997, you can now include fold and other precious metals as a part of your retirement portfolio holdings. As a result, many investors are turning to precious metals IRAs as a way to diversify their retirement investments against the roller coaster changes they see in their dollar denominated assets like stocks and bonds. Continue reading

  • Collecting U.S. Commemorative Coins

    December 16, 2014

    collecting-commemorative-rare-coinsAs the name indicates, commemorative coins were issued by the United States Mint by specific order of Congress at various times to celebrate some special occasion or event of importance. As such, they are considered an integral and important part of the history of this nation. Continue reading

  • Collecting Silver Dollars

    December 16, 2014

    collecting-silver-dollarsWhile researching this subject online, we found little useful information about how a person that is new to numismatics might be educated in forming a collection of America's most widely collected series of coins, silver dollars. Although some Lincoln cent collectors might argue this point invariably everyone’s first point of discussion has something to do with a silver dollar. Continue reading

  • Collecting Large Cents

    December 16, 2014

    collecting-large-centsLarge cents are one of America's most widely collected series of copper coins. This is due, in part, to their large size, attractive designs, and general affordability, particularly when circulated examples form the basis of the collection. Continue reading

  • Collecting Early Gold Coins

    December 16, 2014

    collecting-early-gold-coinsWhen the subject of collecting gold coins is discussed, most often the subject centers around later U.S. issues such as Saint-Gaudens double eagles, the incused Indian half and quarter eagles, or the long-lived Liberty issues. People frequently communicate stories about how their grandmother saved one of these coins after receiving it for a birthday or Christmas gift years ago. These coins are widely collected for type sets and are generally available in the current numismatic marketplace. Continue reading

  • Coin Care, Storage and Security

    December 16, 2014

    rare-coin-care-storage-securityCoins and medals are popular items to collect. Often there are family histories and anecdotes connected to these objects. Because of their small size, coins and medals are easy to store without requiring too much space. Traditionally, coins have been made from three metals and their alloys: gold, silver, and copper. The alloys vary: silver or copper in gold coins, copper in silver ones, and tin or zinc in copper coins. This last group is often referred to as "bronzes." In recent years, additional metals - iron, aluminum, and copper-nickel alloys - have been used in coin production. Continue reading

  • Super Galleries Book

    December 16, 2014

    Introducing Superior Galleries newest reference book, Superior Galleries - Introduction to Rare Coins and Precious Metals.

    superior-galleries-rare-coin-bookThis 124 page book was written by Superior Galleries, a wholly owned subsidiary of DGSE Companies, Inc., to provide numismatic and precious metals investors with foundation material essential to successful participation in these dynamic markets. Abundant historical and factual material is covered, and the book is well illustrated with pictures of important coins, prominent places in numismatic history, graphs and charts. Included are five chapters: A Brief History of U.S. Coins, Coin Collecting Events & Coin Hoards, Precious Metals & Markets, The Hobby of Collecting, and The Future of Coin Collecting. Continue reading

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