Port St. Lucie, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2010
T & K Futures and Options, Inc. has expanded its product offerings to include gold and silver bullion. Obtain silver and gold eagles from the U.S. Mint, South African Gold Krugerrands, Canadian Gold Maple Leafs and Austrian Philharmonics from our new discount gold and silver bullion division. Investors have been flocking to gold and silver investments recently pushing prices to record highs.
Current investment demand for gold and silver bullion is most likely tied to the recent decline in the value of the U.S. dollar. Much of this devaluation can be tied to the U.S. Government's quantitative easing formula which is being used to help prop up the financial system. Quantitative easing refers to the massive money printing regimen currently being pursued by the U.S. Treasury Department. Eventually, this should lead to massive inflation and gold and silver bullion is considered by many to be an excellent hedge against inflation. Visit http://www.tkfutures.com/buying_gold_bullion.htm to learn more about owning physical gold bullion.
Many other commodity markets are already showing signs of inflation such as the grain and food markets. Corn, soybeans and wheat futures prices recently hit two year highs. Sugar and cocoa futures prices hit 30 year highs earlier in the year. Cotton rallied to a futures price not seen since 1995 recently. Coffee futures prices hit 12 year highs lately as well. Food inflation may already be upon us and energy inflation seems to be coming next as crude oil prices continue to hold around $80 a barrel in spite of 27 year highs in inventories in the United States. Visit http://www.tkfutures.com/education.htm to learn more about the futures and options markets.
Silver bullion demand is also on the rise as silver is considered an inflationary hedge in the same way gold is. Silver also has many industrial uses in computers, cell phones, plasma televisions and many other electronic applications. Silver may be the better value than gold because gold is near all time highs, while silver futures prices would have to double from where they are currently to match the $50 an ounce level that it hit 30 years ago. Visit http://www.tkfutures.com/buying_silver_bullion.htm to learn more about silver.
The author of this article is a 17 year veteran of the gold and silver futures and options markets and the president of T & K Futures and Options, Inc. Visit http://www.tkfutures.com/silver.htm to learn more about silver and gold futures and options. Gold and silver bullion investing should be considered a high risk investment because they are highly volatile and have wide price swings on a daily basis. Futures, options and foreign exchange products carry significant risk of loss and only risk capital should be used. Pat performance is not indicative of future results.
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