But there is one coin dealer that has changed the image of coin dealers, and that dealer is the U.S. Money Reserve. U.S. Money Reserve numismatists have opened the door for investors to enhance their portfolio’s value by buying rare gold and silver coins that are increasing in value faster than they have in the previous 100 years.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has something to say about investing in rare gold and silver coins. They warn investors that research and then more research are the main ingredients in making money in the coin business. The U.S. Money Reserve agrees with the FTC. The numismatists at the U.S. Money Reserve are not just dealers. They are investors. Their mission is to help other investors make as much money as they can.
There are coin dealers that are in business just to sell coins, and therein lies the difference between those coin dealers and the U.S. Money Reserve. The U.S. Money Reserve helps investors identify the types of coins that increase in value faster than other coins. They educate investors, so they know which dates are important, what condition is considered investable, and the importance of knowing where the coins were minted. Those factors determine the numismatic value of coins and their potential investment value.
The U.S. Money Reserve takes the time to grade coins based on a set of criteria that determines their investment potential. Some investors get carried away with the appearance of certain gold or silver coins and the numismatists at the U.S. Money Reserve at there to school investors in the folly of judging coins solely of their appearance. Some coins may look worthless because of wear, but the main factor that determines values is the U.S. Money Reserve grading number.
Not all investors believe that gold and silver coins will appreciate fast enough to produce sizeable returns, but the professionals at the U.S. Money Reserve know that is one of the first mistakes investors make. The pros say rare coins produce great returns as long as investors do the research.