Rare Coins and All Tangible Assets In Major Bull Markets!
Rare coins are our first love. It’s what I’ve done all my life and it’s what Van and I have done together for the last 25 years. We've been through bull and bear markets and right now were in the midst of another great bull market. But rare
coins are not the only market that is soaring. Recent auctions and market action for high stamps has
extremely bullish and prices are in the stratosphere. Top quality vintage baseball cards, now a large serious
market, are very hot, with spectacular auctions prices being achieved for even lower grade examples
of the classics. My wife and I collect turn-of-the-century art nouveau posters and those prices are now as
high or higher than I’ve ever seen them.
The bottom line is that smart money is betting that the U.S. dollar will further erode in value and there is
a rush to tangible assets. Gold and oil are soaring in price and so are almost all collectibles. The rare coin
market is extremely strong. Gold coins are understandably leading the charge. Ultra rarities are selling for
record prices. Early (pre-1834) coins are super strong in all grades. Silver commemoratives are very hot,
though prices are still very reasonable. But even though the rare coin market is hot, this market has
tremendous momentum and there is still a long way to go. In addition, there are some great areas, 19th
century type coins, Walking Liberty half dollars, Morgan and Peace dollars, Mercury dimes, Buffalo nickels,
etc. that haven’t had as much attention as gold coins and early coins and prices are very reasonable.
It’s just a great time to be involved in the rare coin market.