Several vehicles for price appreciation are available for Gold and Silver:
‘1. The U.S. Mint has several coins available for private investors
‘3. Coin Dealers
The profit potential is huge if gold and silver rise during the next six months. For example, if gold rises from its current price of $1,327 an ounce to say $1,427:
The 1400 Dec-2013 Gold Option, now priced at 30.40 ($3,040) would rise to about 130.50 ($13,050). That is an ROI (Return on Investment) of 429.3% in six months. At that rate $1,000 invested in Gold Options becomes $4,293; $10,000 become $42,930 and $100,000 becomes $429,300.
Of course, you could lose all you have invested if the prices fall instead of rise. However, the maximum risk is limited to the premium paid for the options contracts, using options on futures.
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