Numismatic Coins Versus Bullion: Strive For Balance

Christmas cookiesIt’s four days until Christmas.
I won’t be traveling this year, thank goodness. It’s a time to reflect on the past 12 months, appreciate the present, and look forward to the future. My thoughts are focused on images of a prosperous year in 2011 and the people I’ll meet, places I’ll visit, new friends and customers. It will be a year of break-throughs and professional achievements.

Graded collectible silver and gold numismatic coins are fun to collect and have real intrinsic value. After all, it is collecting money! An ANACS certified Mint State 70 silver coin costs more than silver bullion coins and some would say I’m paying too much for my silver. But there’s a big difference between creating a beautiful coin collection for future generations and buying precious metals as an investment.

As an independent associate of Numis Network, I collect and promote graded silver and gold numismatic coins. Numis Network is a reputable network marketing company based in Florida which offers a wide selection of MS70 modern issue coins, rare & vintage coins, world coins, crystal gift sets and collector’s kits — and an exciting business opportunity.

The premium for numismatic coins is dependent upon the state of the economy and, of course, demand in the marketplace. Just like any other product, the selling price can vary significantly over time. On the other hand, a bullion coin’s value is derived from the worldwide spot price of the metal it’s made from. On December 21, 2010 at 1:02 p.m. EST, the price of silver was $29.19 an ounce.

Numis Network offers members PCGS certified uncirculated Silver Eagles in a sealed tube of 20 coins. For slightly more than spot price, you are protected against counterfeits that could enter the marketplace as demand for Silver Eagles rises.

PCGS Silver Eagle 20

Strive for Balance. Decide what your ultimate goals are and form a plan that’s right for you. (Leave your comments, I want to hear from you.) Remember, collecting numismatic coins is NOT the same as buying silver and gold as an investment. If you want to learn more about investing, I recommend the book Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver by Michael Maloney. You can find it here go to Book Store for $11.55. Financial education is key in order to take full responsibility for your future.

In closing, I strongly encourage you to start your own business. Network marketing is a low cost way to begin part-time with little or no risk. Go to the Videos tab right now, watch the 30-minute business presentation and contact me for an interview. We stand ready to get you started on the road to financial freedom in 2011-2012.

Cindy McMillanIf you’re traveling this holiday, stay warm and be safe. Wishing you love and joy this season,

Have a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays

Cindy McMillan
Design Your Life Starting Now

© 2010 CindyMcMillan.com


2 Comments to "Numismatic Coins Versus Bullion: Strive For Balance"

  1. January 5, 2011 - 1:05 pm | Permalink

    Excellent breakdown of the differences between bullion and numismatic coins as well as the advantages of network marketing. We are so thankful for Numis Network! Great post Cindy! Keep em’ coming!

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    Cindy McMillan Reply:

    Thank you, @Brian and Felicia!

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  2. December 22, 2010 - 11:34 am | Permalink

    Great article Cindy,
    I love this company and their products.
    With the price of silver on the rise, in my opinion, silver is a great investment.
    I think you have picked a winner.
    Have a wonderful holiday.

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    Cindy McMillan Reply:

    @Alex, thank you for your comments. Numis Network adds value to everyone who becomes involved. I wish you a happy and prosperous new year in 2011.

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