The Royal Mint of the United Kingdom has recently announced the release of their new 2023 Silver and Gold Britannia Coins, featuring the image of King Charles III. These coins are set to be highly sought after by collectors and investors alike, as they mark a significant moment in British history.
Both the American Gold Eagle and American Silver Eagle coins were released in 1986, intending to be competitive bullion coins against other mints in the world. However, they ended up becoming much more than that.
Chances are if you are reading this, you are interested in investments concerning numismatics and bullion. Typically, people tend to invest in either gold or silver. But what about Platinum, or the even lesser considered palladium? If we look at the percentage gains and losses for gold, silver, and palladium for the last 5 years, the results are interesting. Palladium is up 43.63% while gold is down 22.47%, and silver, 46.51%.
Even in the past 12 months, palladium is up 36.70% while gold is 0.55 percent, and silver was down 7.94%.
Recently, the U.S. made a palladium bullion coin listed above. This is what allows investors to feel more comfortable when dealing with precious metals other than gold and silver.
In an effort to shine a light on American workers and companies that make and sell their products in America, President Trump has dubbed this week, "Made in America", week. Essentially, this week is the beginning of introducing a new "Made in America" label. This label will be available to all domestic manufacturers who can prove that all of their product is made in America.