Gold Coin Superstore, Gold Coin Projects 10% Higher Gold Coin Prices In 2013

As gold coin prices approach their 12th year of consecutive gains in 2013, America’s Gold Coin Superstore, Gold Coin projects that gold coin prices will increase at least 10% throughout the year as a result of higher safe-haven demand from investors seeking profit and wealth preservation in an unstable global economy.

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Our expert gold analysts are projecting at least another 10% increase in gold’s value by the end of 2013, bringing the metal to around $1,826 per ounce.

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2012

New Years 2013 will mark the 12th consecutive year that gold has increased, and as a result, America’s Gold Coin Superstore, Gold Coin is projecting at least 10% higher gold coin prices in 2013 as investors continue seeking safe-haven investments that can profit and preserve wealth in the face of an unstable global economy. Gold Coin has compiled the list below to give investors a visualization of how gold’s price per ounce has increased over 500% since the turn of the millennium:

2001 - $268.00
2002 - $278.40
2003 - $347.50
2004 - $415.30
2005 - $437.10
2006 - $514.90
2007 - $636.90
2008 - $835.60
2009 - $881.10
2010 - $1,096.50
2011 - $1,421.60
2012 - $1,660.00

Arthur McGuire, Vice President of Gold Coin says “Gold is experiencing one of the most powerful bull runs in its history. It has increased in value over 500% since 2001 while most investments including stocks and real estate dwindled amidst weakening global economies. Our expert gold analysts are projecting at least another 10% increase in gold’s value by the end of 2013, bringing the metal to around $1,826 per ounce.”

Gold Coin (GoldCoin.net) is America's gold coin superstore. They buy and sell all types of gold, silver, and platinum coins with free delivery directly to your door. For more information or a free "Gold Coin Starter Kit", visit http://www.GoldCoin.net or call 1-800-425-5672 today.


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