1. time to Cash in gold

    Now May Be The Time To Cash In Your Gold

    It may be time to cash in your gold! Investors that have been riding higher gold prices for the past couple of months may soon consider cashing out. Gold has increased by 9% already this year, almost doubling S&P 500's performance. However, the change is after the precious metal gave us 12% bac…Read More

  2. Silver Is Outperforming Gold

    Four Reasons Silver Is Outperforming Gold In 2017

    Precious metals are off to a running start at the beginning of 2017, as both silver and gold returns are ahead of the S&P 500. However, the silver market is in the lead so far, with almost double the growth of gold. Want to find out why silver is outperforming gold? Here's how the numbers are ad…Read More

  3. Trump

    Gold Rises As Trump Settles Into The White House

    President Trump has set forth policies deemed questionable by others. However, the price of gold and gold futures continue to rise. This gain is the fastest gold has gone up since back in June. With the uncertainty of whether or not U.S trade agreements will remain the same, it has made gold more de…Read More

  4. New Year

    Gold Bringing In the New Year With High Numbers

    Gold is gaining momentum as the new year continues, which was necessary after the dips during the U.S. presidential election. The precious metal kept dropping in price after Donald Trump was elected president. It also issued an upturn on the dollar, stocks, and financial assets deemed risky. The Fed…Read More

  5. gold is on the rise

    Is Gold On The Cusp Of A Big Rally?

    The first people to melt gold were the ancient Egyptians in circa 3,600 BC. Gold jewelry came about a thousand years later after goldsmiths of ancient Mesopotamia created a headdress for a burial. The headdress was made from carnelian beads and gold pendants shaped like leaves. Some major worldwid…Read More

  6. Sterling Silver

    What Exactly is Sterling Silver?

    Silver and Sterling Silver are often confused as one and the same. What most people fail to realize is that silver is pure metal, and Sterling is an alloy. Sterling silver is made up of silver but also has a combination of other metals. It is approximately 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals such as …Read More

  7. Higher Interest – Lower Gold

    The price of gold fell on Monday as investors continue to prepare for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. When or if that takes place, it will be the first time the Fed has upped the percentage in almost ten years. Higher interest, lower gold seems to be the tune of the day. Overall the pri…Read More

  8. gold buyer is important, the gold and silver exchange

    Why is the gold buyer more important than the price of gold?

    Recently, Krista Sua of Greenville stopped by a nearby gold buying store with her jewelry items to see what they were worth. They offered her $60. On her way to that store, she had passed by our store and decided to get a second quote from us. In 5 minutes we were able to offer her $150 for those sa…Read More

  9. different karats mean, the gold and silver exchange

    What Do the Different Karats Mean?

    A frequently asked question of us is, "What exactly is the difference in Karats?" It's all about math. The Jewelry industry doesn't' speak much about this subject because frankly, math is easy and understandable. And by not revealing the simplicity behind it, it also protects the 'mystique', and th…Read More