If you plan to buy gold as an investment or even get some cash for gold, you need to know the ropes of the trade in order to survive. The precious metal market is saturated with thieves, confidence artists, robbers, cheaters and liars as well as legitimate honest dealers that are reputable and have integrity. This is due to the uncanny ability of gold to bring out either the best or worst in people. Often gold is related to incidences that humanity cannot be too proud of as people have fought wars because of this shinny yellow element. Even nowadays gold is still being fought for but without weapons, people fight for getting the best value for money out of gold – to make profit. This war is a war of commerce that involves buying and selling gold legitimately and the only advantage or disadvantage is the time factor. Timing is everything in this war, buying and selling at the ‘right time’ is a critical component of deriving profits from trading in gold.
At Cash for Old Gold based in Australia, we provide a varied service for those of you who are new and old to the industry or are planning to buy or sell precious metals for long-term basis or short-term transactions for cash infusions. Being in the industry for more than two generations Cash For Old Gold have defined their role as gold traders and refiners with unprecedented expertise in the precious metal trade and the give you the best cash rates for gold. The current rise in fake bullions and false numismatic coins has been taken seriously by Interpol and the authentic gold trading associations worldwide. At our company the equipment we use are ‘state-of-the-art’, that can detect duplicity or fake coins that are sometimes hollowed out and filled with tungsten fillings instead. These coins are suspected to have originated from China and other Asian countries where piracy and backyard smelting of stolen golden jewelry is common.
Gold and silver is tangible real money that is worth what it has been worth for a hundred years or more. It has been the only real money for more than 5000 years. This scarce rare metal has been the reason behind the rise and fall of nations, countries, kings and emperors. As such, it has morphed into a monetary region of its own. The value of these precious metals does not fluctuate according to currencies in trade. The history of precious metals has thought us that its value only has raised over the centuries. The depreciation in most cases has been insignificant comparatively to the appreciation. This could be noted by ‘’real time economics” Here is an example of real economics pertaining to gold
Let us just say hypothetically that the price for an ounce of gold in 1900 was 35 dollars and the price for an ounce of gold in 2000 was 700 dollars. Now if the amount of corn, you could purchase for 35 dollars in 1900 was 2 metric tons, the amount of corn you could purchase in 2000 would be about 2 metric tons as well. What has happened here is that the value for the currency has fluctuated while the value of gold has remained status quo.