This is the official blog of Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers.
Our goal is to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the gold, silver and platinum markets, the latest coin news, exciting new coin inventory offerings and educational resources so that you can make a well informed decision with respect to buying or selling gold, silver, platinum, old or rare coins and bullion.
If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you may have seen our recent prediction that September’s jobs report would fall short of expectations. It turns out that we were wrong and that actual jobs created during the month exceeded expectations by 28,000. On Friday, the Bureau of Labor
Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers is excited to announce that we have a number of new silver coin options in stock that we’re offering at industry leading rates. Among our new inventory are fresh uncirculated rolls of American silver eagles and Morgan and Peace silver dollars from vario
The Labor Department is scheduled to release September’s jobs report later this morning and the consensus among economists polled is that the U.S. added 220,000 non-farm jobs during the month. The August jobs report was well below expectations at 142,000 new jobs, but most experts be
If you’re new to selling gold coins or are just interested in learning more about factors to consider when selling gold coins in Atlanta, then this post is for you. Fortunately, there’s less to consider when compared to other types of coins, such as silver, rare, and foreign coi
American gold and silver eagle sales have been on a terror this month, which isn’t a big surprise, as gold and silver prices are at their lowest levels in years. At the time of this writing, gold is at $1,215 per ounce, while silver is struggling to stay above $17.50 an ounce. A str
Today marks the 6th anniversary of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, which still remains the single largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. If we focus solely on the recent performance of the stock market vs. gold and silver, it’s quite easy to make the assessment that the stock market