Bullion is gold and silver that is officially recognized as being at least 99.5% to 99.9% pure. There are two general forms of bullion: bars and coins. Coins are either sold as ungraded (or loose) examples or as graded examples. Bullion is often kept as a reserve asset by governments and central banks in reserves, which they use to settle international debt or stimulate the economy through gold lending.
Graded coins are bullion coins that have been certified by a professional grading company and issued a recognized grade on a scale between MS1 and MS70: MS1 being poor and barely recognizable, MS70 being a flawless example. MS68 or better coins are not easy to come by and have very low populations, often increasing their value more over time than lower-graded and ungraded examples.

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There is no one-size-fits-all strategy to buying gold and silver bullion. Coins and bars each offer different advantages for investors. Call (800) 757-7050 and speak with an account manager to learn more about which bullion is best suited for your financial needs.
The simple answer is supply and demand. This is why gold and silver bars are only worth as much as the spot prices at the moment you sell them. Unlike coins, there is nothing that separates one bar from another Not all government-backed bullion coins are produced in similar quantities, which means that it is always in your best interest to choose government-backed bullion coins with low production numbers that should appreciate at higher rates.
Yes! Although discounts in gold and silver bullion are few and far between, Direct Bullion USA proudly offers a $50 discount on any order for veterans.