wednesday2 Posted June 26, 2008 Report Share Posted June 26, 2008 Please pardon if this is not the correct place to post such a question..... I'm getting ready to buy some physical gold and silver. I've looked at various products and found that the price varies quite a bit. South African Kruggerand - $928.75 Canadian Maple - $942.15 US Eagle - $955.25 1 oz. bar - $925.35 10 oz bar - $926.40 per ounce. The South African Kruggerand appears to be the cheapest, by far, compared to all the country coins. And the 1oz bar the cheapest gold. My question is, are all of these different forms equally liquid? When I go to sell, maybe 5 years from now, will I have any trouble with the Kruggerand or bars? I suspect the answer is no, but then I don't get why the big price difference. Anyone care to plug their favorite dealer in the US? I'm looking at Apmex now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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