Monday, 29 December 2014

The Certified Gold Exchange Wants to Wish all U.S. a Safe & Happy Holiday Season

The Certified Gold Exchange wants to wish all U.S. a safe and happy holiday season. In the spirit of the holidays, CGE has discounted ALL of its investment-grade gold and silver. This includes bullion coins, ingots and PCGS and NGC-certified coinage. Discounts are based on volume, and CGE clients save, on average, 2% over other discount gold and silver dealers. CGE is also promoting its Free Precious Metal IRA program, and you can find out more about each of these offers by calling (800) 300-0715 today or by visiting us online at now.

Thursday, 18 December 2014

How Does the Certified Gold Exchange Free Precious Metal IRA program work?

The Certified Gold Exchange Free Precious Metal IRA program is designed to make it easy and affordable for investors to convert their retirement accounts into physical gold and silver.
The first step to your free Precious Metal IRA is to call Certified Gold Exchange at 800-300-0715. Let us know that you are inquiring about the free precious metals IRA transfer program. This free Gold IRA program requires a minimum investment of $50,000, targeting those people with an existing IRA or a 401(k) plan balance. When you call us, please have your most recent account statement in front of you as our brokers will need some information about your existing account.

We will assist you in completing the necessary paperwork required to establish and execute the transfer of your existing IRA or 401(k). This will also ensure that the paperwork, including the account transfer form and your new account application, is completed correctly to avoid delays.
Our precious metals IRA programs utilize Equity Institutional Trust Company or SDIRA Trust as custodian. We have selected these two firms due to their size, strength and knowledge of precious metals IRAs. We encourage you to do your own due diligence with respect to the custodians.
Once the paperwork has been submitted to the trust company, your Gold IRA will be established and your assets transferred into the account. Fees will be automatically deducted from your account balance. Upon the purchase of precious metals through Certified Gold Exchange we will reimburse you for these fees by deducting them from the purchase price of the gold or other precious metal held in your IRA.
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In addition to reimbursing you for the IRA establishment fee, Certified Gold Exchange will pay the first year account and storage fees directly to the Trust Company. You will be responsible for fees in subsequent years. Currently those annual IRA and storage fees range from $60 to $75 and $100 to $150, respectively. The trust company is unaffiliated with Certified Gold Exchange and they may be forced to raise future fees as inflation grows.
Let "America's Trusted Source For Gold" help you set a course for personal financial independence and peace of mind. We have been assisting investors for over two decades and will be happy to help you. If you have $50,000 or more in an existing IRA or 401(k) account and you are interested in a precious metals IRA, call Certified Gold Exchange at 800-300-0715 today.

Monday, 8 December 2014

How to Sell Gold to the Certified Gold Exchange

If you buy gold as an investment, you eventually need to think about how and when to sell your gold. The simple fact of the matter is that selling is the second half of buying gold. There is really no profit or loss created until the physical item is sold. Of course, there are also a number of different reasons that may prompt a sale, such as the need to pay a bill, financial emergency, thinking the market has reached a top, or even finding another investment opportunity. Even if you don't have any immediate plans to sell your gold, knowing how to do so is wise.

Calling The CGE Buyback Desk:

After making the decision to sell some or all of your gold to the Certified Gold Exchange, the next step is to call the buyback desk. This is where you will need to let us know all the details about what you are looking to sell, so either have your gold in front of you, or make sure everything is written down. Consider everything including:

       Name of the physical coin, item, or other product
       Quantity of the item you wish to sell
       Weight of the item
       Anything else that might be a distinguishing or important factor

If you are considering selling certified coins, then we will also need to know the grade of the coin(s) along with the year and which company provided the grading services (either PCGS or NGC). If you purchased your gold directly from the Certified Gold Exchange, we can pull up your portfolio when you provide us with your given CGE account number.

Placing Your Sell Order:

Once we have all of the pertinent information, we will provide you with an immediate buyback quote. There will be some situations which may demand extra research, for example, in the case of an extremely rare or unusual coin, but this is the exception rather than the rule.

After the buyback price has been discussed and agreed upon, you and your broker will finalize the trade on a recorded confirmation line. This is for the protection of both parties. This process takes about 60 seconds, and after verbal confirmation of the details your price is also now locked in and guaranteed.

Compliance Department Email:

Once your price has been locked in, you’ll receive an email from our compliance department, usually within 15 minutes of completing the recorded confirmation. This email contains the details of your transaction, instructions on packaging the gold so it doesn't rattle or draw unwanted attention, and a request for you to reply with your bank account details if you elected to receive a bank wire.

Incidentally, you also want to pay close attention to the emailed directions regarding insurance. The maximum insurance allowed by the US Postal Service is $25,000, so our packaging instructions prevent you from placing more than this amount of gold in a single package.

Confirmation & Shipping:

We work on a checklist system, so please confirm that you've received and understand our shipping instructions email.

The next step is to take your package(s) to the local post office. Once your insured gold is in the hands of the United States Postal Service, please provide us with your tracking information so that we can be on the lookout for its arrival at one of our receiving depositories in Dallas, Texas or Salt Lake City, Utah.

Your Gold Received:

Bearing in mind that we do receive up to 500 packages per day, we ask for one business day after receiving your metals to confirm the contents. Everything we receive is opened and processed under full video surveillance by multiple staffers to ensure there is no confusion and that both parties are protected.

Payment Issued:

Once we have confirmed the contents of the package you sent to us, we will pay you for your precious metals. We can send you a bank wire from the Certified Gold Exchange's Capital One account directly into your bank account and you’ll have the money almost immediately. Alternatively, we can use USPS Express mail to send you a company check, which will arrive a day or two after we send it. In the case of a company check, some banks may require a few days to pass before all of the money is available to you.

The IRA Process:

If you are selling gold or silver which is physically held in an IRA account, the process is slightly different. The email you receive to confirm exactly what is being sold will also contain an invoice. You will need to print, sign, and then either fax or scan and email this form back to us. Please do this within one hour of the recorded confirmation to guard against changing prices.

From this point there are several possibilities. The metals may be shipped from the Delaware Depository Servicing Corporation directly to a Certified Gold Exchange depository. In other cases, the metals will stay at DDSC and simply shift into another investor's name. At this time, cash will then be transferred into your IRA account as payment for the gold and/or other metals being sold.

Bottom Line:

Selling gold to the Certified Gold Exchange is a very simple and straightforward process. You may not be planning to sell your gold soon, or at all, but knowing how the process works will give you peace of mind and remind you that you are dealing with “America’s Trusted Source For Gold.”

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Thursday, 4 December 2014

Who is America's Trusted Source for Gold Investment?

There is no shortage of reasons to consider gold as an investment these days. Not only is our national debt growing, but so is the amount of money printing and inflation. Gold is one of the most popular ways to stabilize one’s wealth during high-inflationary periods. Having said this, the next incredibly important question becomes, where to buy your gold. Who does America trust when it comes to gold investing?

 Who Is The Most Trusted Source?

The Certified Gold Exchange is known as “America’s Trusted Source For Gold.” We have a highly skilled team of gold and silver investing advisers standing by to help answer all your questions. Of course, being featured in publications like the Wall Street Journal, Market Watch, and The Street certainly shows the level of service offered to all our clients.

Non-commissioned account representatives are also here to help you at all times. In other words, you are never going to be pressured into a particular sale or forced to make a fast decision. Instead, every investment opportunity is filtered through the lens of whether it meets your goals and objectives; whether it is right for you.

What Is The Certified Gold Exchange?

The Certified GoldExchange is one of the longest operating physical delivery precious metals dealers in North America. This includes helping you successfully invest in all types of precious metals, such as American Eagles, bullion bars, PCGS and NGC certified gold coins, and even getting involved in gold IRA investing.

Our goal is to be your trusted adviser and partner, not simply another resource. This is one reason why we don't believe in discretionary or managed accounts. You will always have full control over your account and we strive to make our clients the most informed precious metals investors in the market.

When Did The Certified Gold Exchange Open?

Being in business since 1992, the Certified Gold Exchange has the experience you need to confidently become involved in the precious metals market. This experience has involved being a dealer to institutions, along with offering discounted metals to the public. Knowing the business from both sides is another added benefit, since we are able to give strong advice regarding the precious metals markets from both an institutional and advisory perspective.

This extensive precious metals experience is also exemplified by an in-house economic research team. An incredible resource for all customers, they have a strong reputation for accurate analysis of the current events along with forecasting that is second to none. More than this, another one of our goals is to help educate you regarding precious metals. Our newsletters, publications, and website have lots of materials to help you learn as much as you care to know about physical gold and silver investing.

Where Is The Certified Gold Exchange Located?

The main headquarters of the Certified Gold Exchange is in Fort Worth, Texas. However, we make it incredibly easy for clients and customers to interact with us through a number of additional depositories, locations, offices, and fulfillment centers throughout the country. This includes:

Dallas, TX
Salt Lake City, UT
Wichita, KS
Los Angeles, CA
New York City, NY
Wilmington, DE

*Please note the Wilmington, DE location is the storage facility for those transferring precious metals into an IRA account.

Why Is The Certified Gold Exchange America's Trusted Source For Gold?

As “America’s Trusted Source For Gold,” you would expect the reputation of the Certified Gold Exchange to be beyond reproach...and it is. Having been in business since 1992, we invite all prospective clients to check out our A+ rating and zero complaints with the Better Business Bureau. You will also note a five star Amazon Alexa rating and literally dozens of glowing five star positive reviews on sites such as Google, TrustLink, BBB, and many others.

Additionally, our PriceMatchPlus feature is something no one else can duplicate. This is an incredible way you can ensure never overpaying for precious metals again. In fact, we guarantee to beat any reputable dealer's quote for identical certified coin products or we will match the lower price and give you an additional one percent discount.

Final Word:
If you are looking for a reputable gold and precious metals dealer, then look no further than the Certified Gold Exchange. Not only has our company been in business for more than 22 years, we also have assembled one of the best teams of advisers and professionals in the precious metals market. A strong, trusted reputation and excellent customer service, along with a unique pricing guarantee, shows that we not only want your business, we are out to earn your trust. Give us a call at 1-800-300-0715 today to discuss how we can be of service. Visit our website:

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Credit-Suisse 1-Ounce Gold Bullion Bars for sale at spot + $22 including FREE HOME DELIVERY

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Friday, 21 November 2014

Most Popular Certified Gold Exchange Investments in 2014

Gold is prized for its beauty and the fact that it is one of the few true stores of value. It maintains its purchasing power in almost every situation imaginable; numerous studies and example have confirmed an ounce of gold has essentially the same purchasing power today as it did 100 or even 1,000 years ago. With this in mind, we present to you some of the most popular Certified Gold Exchange investments in 2014. Use it as a guide to fill out any holes in your own portfolio.

Most Popular Certified Gold Exchange Investments in 2014

MS64 Saint Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle:
The Saint Gaudens “double eagle” is a twenty dollar US gold coin that was produced by the Philadelphia and Denver mints from 1907 to 1933. The name is actually taken from its designer, a man by the name of Augustus Saint Gaudens. Many investors and collectors consider this to be the most beautiful of all US gold coins.

The basic design of this one-ounce gold coin shows lady Liberty holding a torch and an olive branch on the front, striding to meet the onlookers from a rising sun. The reverse side shows a magnificent American Eagle in bold flight above a rising sun. The inscriptions, 'United States of America' and 'Twenty Dollars' are written across the top. MS64 versions of this coin are certified by both PCGS and NGC, and these coins have been at or near the top of “most popular” gold coin lists for years due to their status as investment-grade collector coins, which gives them much more upside potential than gold bullion.

MS63 Peace Silver Dollar:
Also available in PCGS or NGC slabs, this is a US silver coin with a face value of $1. It consists of a mix of 90% silver and 10% copper. The peace silver dollar has a very interesting history, being minted between 1921 and 1928 to represent the peace achieved following the first World War. The legislative impetus for this was the Pittman Act (1918), which required the US Mint to strike millions of silver dollars. This coin was designed by Anthony de Francisci, loosely based on the Morgan dollar front and a resting bald eagle clutching an olive branch on the reverse.

The coin was again produced rather briefly between the years 1934 and 1935. There was actually other legislation which led to the striking of some 300,000 coins in the year 1965, although they were never issued publicly and believed to have all been melted. Incidentally, this was also the last silver dollar coin struck for circulation in the United States. Value of this popular coin will be determined by the grade (condition) and the number of circulating coins for that particular year, although the upside potential is very strong throughout all mint marks and years.

American Eagle Proof Coins:
Although this is normally regarded as a collector coin, it has become increasingly popular with investors in recent years due to its status as the only investment-grade collector coin permitted for IRA purchase and storage. Produced by the US Mint since 1986, these coins are made in both gold and silver. They also are packaged (and protected by) a beautiful velvet box along with a certificate of authenticity.

American Eagle Proof gold and silver coins are only handled by gloved inspectors and each coin in the set is protected by a plastic capsule and then mounted in the satin-lined velvet box. These four-coin sets include one ounce, one-half ounce, one-quarter ounce, and one-tenth ounce pieces. These coins sell and buy back for substantially more than the spot value of the metals from which they are composed, as they are released in limited numbers and believed by many to be investors’ answer to a future bullion confiscation.

Canadian Maple Leaf Coins:
The Canadian government also issues official gold and silver bullion coins. Purity is guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint and they have a relatively low premium over spot prices. The gold Maple Leaf has been produced since 1979 and is one of the purest gold coins found anywhere, with a 24-karat .9999 fineness. In other words, this is as close to pure gold (without any base metals) as can be. You will will find this coin offered in a number of denominations, including the 1/25th ounce, 1/20th ounce, 1/10th ounce, 1/4th ounce, ½ ounce and the full one ounce.
Silver Maple Leaf coins have been minted in Canada since 1988, with a current face value of $5 Canadian. Similar to its gold sibling, this is also a full troy ounce and has a .9999 fineness. You will also notice the phrase 'Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur' engraved along the bottom of the reverse side. Values of these coins are usually determined by their issue date, according to the number of coins actually circulating.

Credit Suisse Bullion Bars:
Credit Suisse is one of the most renowned banks and financial institutions in the world. This fact makes them one of the most popular international producers of gold and silver bullion bars. These bars have a very low premium above spot prices, and they are easily recognized and widely accepted around the world. Both gold and silver bullion bars exist in a wide variety of sizes, ranging from one gram all the way up to one kilogram.

If you are looking to get started investing in gold or silver, the options listed above are great places to start your research. Consider your goals, time frame, and purpose for making such an investment and then go with those that meet your needs. Alternative, give our professional advisers a call at (800) 300-0715 today to discuss your concerns. We would love to hear from you!