Using coins as a form of monetary exchange has a history as rich as the people who use it. During the heyday, using gold coins has been an ordinary practice, but as this metal became scarce and rare, gold coins are now made into bullion and are legally traded in commodity market primarily meant for collection and investment purposes and obviously not meant for circulation.

Today, this precious gold bullion is collected not only for their numismatic value, but others see it as a ‘hedge’ or an investment made in order to diminish the hazard of adverse price movements in terms of financial security against inflation.

There are various entities now that are legally sanctioned by the government where you can buy gold bullion, so start investing today, you can start browsing where to buy bullion now and you’re on your way to your financial security.


  1. Great info. Thanks for sharing this.

    Happy Wednesday!

  2. hello ate! sus ayahay kaayo atong kauban nga mga mommy bloggers kay daghan kaayo ilang raining opps sa payu2 karun... haaayz! kanus a pud kaha ta ani paulanan ni sheriff ate oi... huhuhu!

  3. Wish I could ate but it's too expensive hehehe, so can't afford ang beauty ng lola mo hehehe..

  4. andy ...the owner of "chronos blog"..i happened to download the CitisecOnline 's Easy Investment Program and turned it into a pdf file..soo if you can give me your email add...i'll be glad to send it to you thru email..its a small file ..won't bite eheheh..!its actually an FAQ's about the stock investment of the CitisecOnline...


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