Where To Buy Gold







Where to buy gold depends largely on the type you want to buy, and how much you are willing to pay.

As an investor, looking for the lowest possible price is your number one goal. With that in mind, there are several options to choose from.




Buying From Dealers


If you are looking to buy bullion, coin dealers usually have the lowest premiums.

The best location we have found is Golden Eagle Coins.

Their pricing on rare and bullion products is by far one of the lowest in the industry.

They are a family owned and operated company and have been in business since 1974. With over a hundred testimonials showing on their website, you can see their service is excellent as well.




Buying Bullion From Private Sellers


There are several places to find private individuals who are selling gold bullion.

The most popular is on auction sites. Those venues will occasionally produce a good buying opportunity, but, rarely will you be able to buy below spot price.

The biggest downfall with auctions is the high buying and selling fees.


Another option available is the Gold For Sale listings right here at Gold Beginners.

Sellers advertise all types of investment gold on that particular venue. But, check back often because it goes fast!




Where To Buy Gold Below Spot Price


Buying below spot price is the dream of most investors. This can easily be accomplished if you buy from private sellers in the form of used or scrap gold.

Many investors use this method of buying, then trade in their scrap for bullion.

Gold Beginners offers buyers of all types of precious metals a free listing on our Sell Gold Local platform.

On that venue you can register to be a buyer in your geographical area and have sellers contact you.

Go here information on becoming a buyer in your local area.




If you are looking for a complete guide on the methods of buying from private sellers you may want to pick up a copy the popular e-book "How To Buy Gold Low."

This particular book also teaches how to buy used or scrap gold and trade it to the refinery in exchange for bullion bars and coins. It's a very unique way to acquire gold for less than spot price.








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