Gold spiked to nearly USD 2,050 per troy ounce this morning amid the US inflation report, then dropped nearly USD 20 per oz on profit taking.
Lask week, US Federal Reserve announed a rate hike of 0.25 percenrage point. In general, higher interest rates are typically bearish for yellow metals – Gold and make precious metals less attractive as an alternate investment. However, a pause or an end to the rate hikes may send the bullion markets bullish again.
Global investers currently are watching closely in the standoff in Biden and congressional leaders over the US debt ceiling and also a potential banking crisis. Both factors will weight heavily with the US and global econimic growth. And the uncertainty in the US markets will push investors turn to the haven asset – gold market.
Investing in art is perceived as an advanced investment for some of the people it is because art is not a liquid asset. However, investing in art is still one of the valuable investments to date. Here are some reasons behind.
More and more people are beginning to see Art investment as a valuable and consider it as a reliable long-term asset. One of the reasons is arts holds its value over time and has a tendency to grow steadily even the other markets fluctuated significantly.
Furthermore, diversifying your investment portfolio is very important for professional investors. It is important to know that having a variety of assets can help to minimize risk.
Coins made of precious metals is one of the options of art investment for beginners. It also one of the popular and affordable investments options for young investors.
The Royal Mint – Britannia 2023 Kilo Silver Bullion Coin (Queen Elizabeth II)
The Royal Mint struck 1 Kilo Britannia Silver for the first time. Generally, Britannia Silver Coins are struck in 1 oz. It is also important that this 1 Kilo Silver Coin is still featuring the fifth and final effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. No wonder that this series will has a limited production run. And the Britannia coin featuring King Charles III’s first effigy will be released in the early of 2023.
It is no doubt that this 1 kilo Britannia silver coin striking the final Queen’s Effigy must be on the list of the coins collectors around the world.
• Each Britannia 2023 bullion coin featuring the fifth and final effigy of Queen Elizabeth II has a limited production run. A Britannia coin featuring King Charles III’s first effigy will be released in the new year.
• The largest coin in this range
• Struck in one kilo of 999 fine silver for the first time
• Enhanced with four advanced security features
• A latent image changes from a padlock to Britannia’s famous trident
• Surface animation brings the background of waves to life
• The micro-text provides both decoration and protection
• Britannia’s shield bears the Union flag, which is accented with tincture lines
The Royal Mint – The Royal Arms 2022 1oz Gold Bullion Coin
This will be the final year of Royal Arms bearing the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II struck by The Royal Mint.
The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse in a design by Jody Clark in 2015. The face value of “100 pounds” and Her Royal Majesty’s name are displayed around the circumference.
The collectors around the world assumed the effigy bearing on the coin will be changed to King Charles III in 2023 version. The last version of the Royal Arms bearing the Queen’s effigy will be one of the important collections for coins collectors worldwide.
The reverse side of the 2022 1 oz Silver Royal Arms Coin features the modern Royal Arms of England, designed by celebrated artist Timothy Noad. The design represents the United Kingdom in its entirety.
The Royal Arms can be seen on some historic buildings, UK passport and many different official documents.