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Why Invest In Coins?

Why invest in coins?

Coins show some impressive returns historically. Here we provide answers to why coins have returned over 15 % annually in the last 10 years and are recognised as a top alternative investment comparable with fine art, classic cars and stamps.

Fixed demand

The price of a coin is driven by supply-demand economics. As the supply of investment grade coins is fixed and demand is increasing (as we will explain later) prices are bound to go up in the long term.
Read more about what decides the price of a coin…
Read more about what constitutes an investment grade coin…

Price stable 

Coins are price stable medium to long term when compared to other investments. This is simply because demand is increasing, most recent with added interest from BRIC countries.
See examples of 3 coins’ price development since the 1970s…
Read more about emerging markets’ effect on the rare coin industry…

Hedge and diversify

Coins can be a hedge against and offer protection to inflation and currency depreciation.
Read more about how this relates to the economic outlook today…
Read more about choosing rare coin market to safeguard against currency wars…

Heritage assets

Coins are essentially a piece of history, a heritage asset that each tells a story of a time, person or event.
Read more about choosing what to invest in…
Read more about why a collection is worth more than its component parts…

Pleasure above all

Being so called passion assets, they provide the investor with much pleasure and can be something of a trophy investment.
See three examples of good trophy investments...
Read more about famous coin afficionados...

 

 


 

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