Red Alert Buy Signal: MS-64 Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagles
by Adam Crum
In December 1999 the Coin Market Insider published a “Red Alert” buy signal on MS-63 $2.50 Indians, offering them at $450 each. Today, we would pay YOU $700 each for these coins, representing a 50% return on investment in a little over 15 months.
With this issue, the Coin Market Insider is issuing another “Red Alert” this time on the $20 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles. Here’s why:
Since June of 1991, MS-64 “Saints” have averaged $600 per coin. If you look at the current price and compare it to a 10-year graph of prices, what is clear is that these coins have been oversold due to a large number of coins coming back into the market after the Y2K “non-event.” As a result, we see a tremendous opportunity with these coins so much so that we have issued a “Red Alert” buy recommendation.
I believe that MS-64 “Saint” prices will return to their $600 average in the months ahead. Considering that we are offering these coins now at just $486 each, that would represent a potential return on investment of more than 20%.
I strongly encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity and purchase these coins now while prices are at or near their current lows.
Simply put, these coins appear to be oversold and undervalued. And, they are always in demand and highly liquid.
If prices return to their 10-year average of $600, you will have locked in a tidy profit of more than 20%…and, owned some of the most spectacular coins in the world today.
Call Monaco Financial today and lock-in your low price on these gorgeous MS-64 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles.
- The Saint-Gaudens $20 gold Double Eagle is the world’s most beautiful and most sought-after numismatic coin.
- Each “Saint” contains almost a full ounce (.9675 oz.) of pure gold.
- There is an absolute fixed supply of these coins no more will ever be minted!
- Since 1986, when the MS-64 grade was introduced to the Grey Sheet, the market high for MS-64 “Saints” is $2,200. At that time, the price of gold was $350/oz. At their high, “Saints” sold for more than six times melt value!
- In the last quarter of 1998 when the spot gold price average $290, MS-64 “Saints” were liquid at $725 two and a half times melt value!
- Because of their beauty and popularity, “Saints” are always in demand by collectors and investors, making them extremely liquid.
- There is an absolutely limited, fixed supply of “Saints” available to meet demand no more can ever be minted again.