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Gold Below $1,900 for the Last Time?

Gold prices have dropped to seven month lows so far this week. September was gold's worst monthly performance since February. A strong dollar and expectations that interest rates will remain high for some time are the probable causes for this significant dip. Higher interest rates are considered bearish for gold, making the precious metal less attractive to investors. 

However, every dip in a bull market should be treated as a buying opportunity. We don't know how long prices will remain at these lower levels, but we do know that the long term market fundamentals are set up for a strong performance for gold over the next few years. Despite the dip, the yellow metal is still up 2.2% in 2023, and we expect to see a positive trajectory in the long-term.

If you want to own gold, and buy in while it's at lower prices, now is not the time to sit on the fence.

Today, we're able to offer the new 2024 1 oz. Gold Britannia at a favorable premium to help you strengthen your portfolio position in gold.

Last week, the British Royal Mint launched both the 2024 Britannia bullion coins, both of which feature the official effigy of His Majesty King Charles III on the obverse.

Britannia bullion coins employ four naked-eye security features that any gold buyer can authenticate by rotating them under a light.

Give us a call at 1-800-831-0007 or email us to place your order today!




2024 1 oz. Gold Britannia
As low as $79 over spot 
Plus, Free Silver Eagle for Every 3 Coins Purchased!


*Prices subject to change based on market fluctuation and product availability. Prices reflected are for cash, check, or bank wire. Minimum order is 1 oz. gold. $89 over spot pricing available for purchases of 1-9 ounces. $79 over spot pricing available for purchases of 10 ounces or more. Free shipping, handling, and insurance are available for gold purchases of 10 oz. or more. You will receive one free 1 oz. Silver American Eagle for every 3 ounces of gold purchased. Offer expires Friday, October 6, 2023, or while supplies last.