Don’t get burned by red-hot metals—Trade your bullion for numismatic rarities
J Daniel Rare Coins pays full spot prices towards trade-ins on our inventory
We’re in the midst of the hottest—and most volatile—precious metals market in 28 years. But metals are a hedge, not an investment. This climate is similar to 1979/80 when gold and silver soared due to high oil prices, geopolitical unrest during an election year, market manipulation and a weak economy.
The skyrocket is fun on the way up, but investors get burned when prices adjust. Gold and silver crashed over one-third by 1981 and have taken 28 years to recover. Adjusted for inflation, a dollar invested in metals in 1980 is worth 64 cents today.
Protect yourself against downside risk and move into rare coins,
which have outperformed bullion by 1200% since 1980
We Buy at Kitco Spot Prices