How Difficult Will it be to Liquidate My Investment?

This is a very important question to consider, because the real value of any investment is not found “on paper,” but the amount of money it yields when you sell it.

Let’s say, for example, that you own a coin that contains gold worth $1,000 at current trading prices. But because you need to raise cash to buy a home or meet another financial need, you accept an offer of $750 for it. So the real value of that coin to you, no matter what the value is said to be on paper, is $750.

Most precious metal investments are liquid. Whether you own gold, silver, platinum or other coins or bars, you can liquidate them, in most cases, quickly, by calling a reputable precious metals firm like GMRgold. And you can liquidate them and receive payment quickly. If the firm is unwilling to pay you quickly, be cautious.

The best course of action when you are ready is to talk to a seasoned advisor, like those at GMRgold - a reputable precious metals firm that will offer free no-obligation consultations. GMRgold often advises clients numerous times before they actually take the plunge.

Thank you for watching this video in our series on Precious Metals FAQ’s. We hope you found it informative. Please make sure you watch the remaining videos in this series - they should help answer some of your questions about diversifying into the precious metals markets.