Gold coins in 2022, what to buy. This video covers the best options to me in 2022 and a bit about why since the answer to the question depends on your particular situation. COMMUNITY ▸ 🔔 SUBSCRIBE: ▸ 📷 Instagram: ▸ 💬 Discord: ▸ 🚫 DOOR MARKED PRIVATE: WHERE TO BUY JM Bullion is a trusted dealer and a sponsor of the 2 is 1 channel. (I do not receive commissions.) HELPFUL VIDEOS ▸ Gold Coins 101: ▸ Storage: ▸ Capsules: PRODUCT LINKS: ▸ Pelican Micro Case ▸ 32mm Direct-Fit Capsules (Fit 1 oz American Gold Eagles, Gold Buffalos, etc.) (10 capsules) (20 capsules + tube) ▸ 30mm Direct-Fit Capsules (Fit 1 oz Canadian Maple Leafs) ▸ 27mm Direct-Fit Capsules (Fit 1/2 oz American Gold Eagles, etc.) ▸ 22mm Direct-Fit Capsules (Fit 1/4 oz American Gold Eagles, etc.) ▸ 16mm Direct-Fit Capsules (Fit 1/10 oz American Gold Eagles, etc.) ▸ Theory11 Playing Cards ▸ Field Notes Notebooks I buy gold and other assets on a dollar cost average schedule and then buy more as price and interest allow. If you want to know more about buying gold coins, that is my primary focus here. I talk a bit about cryptocurrency, mining stocks and other equities as well. Cheers! GET IN TOUCH [email protected] Disclaimers: I am not a financial planner. I’m just a guy on the internet, talking about precious metals. This is for entertainment only. Who isn’t entertained looking at gold coins? As an Amazon Associate I may earn commissions from qualifying purchases. Any potential compensation I earn will not negatively affect your purchase. Thank you!

19 Replies to “GOLD COINS IN 2022 – WHAT TO BUY”

  1. I like the eagles Buffalos and pre 33 for my first few gold ounces. Eagles and Buffalo’s have a higher premium then pre 33 at least at my LCS.
    Stack Em High

  2. my 1st 3 oz will be all eagles 1 oz, 2-1/2 oz and 4 -1/4 this will happen after I have amassed 250 oz of silver!

  3. Ideally after you set aside funds for an emergencies and pay the bills, I say go for gold you don’t have to pay taxes on and has the lowest premiums, and then choose what you like once you build up a good amount of “reserve gold”. Its all liquid, just Eagle’s will command a higher premium.

  4. I just started stacking and I chose the 1oz eagle for my first coin but to be honest I’m not sure it’s my favorite looking. I chose the American Eagle first for the hassle free liquidity value aspect of it. I’ll probably get a Buffalo next and then I may shift to some 1/4 oz for a while. I know there is cost savings with buying full 1oz but with my budget 1/4 is something I can do more often and I also like the idea of not having to sell a full 1oz coin and having the option to just sell 1/4oz if I wanted

  5. What about sets or series or limited production. SDBullion has “The Awakening” series Limited production. Would these coins bring a higher price at sale.

  6. Wondering if I should start with philharmonic since i plan on living in Europe. What do you think

  7. Sorry for the newb question, but how do you know which years are more desirable for the American gold eagles ?

    1. There really is no difference at all at the high level. Online dealers may charge more for years they have fewer of and certain individuals may want to complete sets, but there is no difference in value. Cheers!

    2. @2 is 1 it seems like gold coins and trading cards have some things in common, i come from cards/collectibles so looking to diversify my portfolio, thanks man, awesome videos

  8. Well since I’m just starting out I have picked Britannia’s. AGE’s and buffalo’s premium is just way to high. I can’t recover that in a sale unless price of gold jumps way up. Also I’m keeping an eye out on the various websites for deals each week.
    Speaking of premium, I haven’t been able to justify fractional coins. I’d rather save my cash until I can get the next 1oz.
    As a brand new stacker I need to maximize my purchases and from what I hear at the many lcs around me they have no problem buying just about any gold or silver I bring in.

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