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We GUARANTEE our clients’ satisfaction with every order. Post-order, if you have a problem or complaint, we encourage you to follow up with your account executive to discuss your concerns. With a combined experience of over 100 years in dealing and consulting about how to own gold, silver, and platinum, Nationwide Coin & Bullion Reserve guarantees your satisfaction and will respond to all concerns, issues, final requests, or complaints.

  • WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS SAYING?

    John Hathaway

    Portfolio Manager

    “the captains of economic policy are living in a dream world In light of these considerations, investor disinterest in gold and the implied expression of trust in the sustainability of current economic arrangements bewilders us, especially when even small exposure to the metal would be the financial-asset analog of fire insurance on one’s home.”

    Senior portfolio manager at Tocqueville Asset Management

  • WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS SAYING?

    Joni Teves

    UBS

    “Gold has likely entered the early stages of the next bull-run. A major factor are the lingering macro risks. Making the move into gold now is more compelling than ever.”

  • WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS SAYING?

    Monty Guild

    Guild Investment Management

    “Over the next couple of years, we anticipate that gold will move up to $1,900”

  • WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS SAYING?

    Michael Slifirski

    Credit Suisse

    “We forecast the gold price to increase through 2016 and believe the $1,500/oz mark could be tested by late 2016 or early 2017 as the macro implications of the Brexit vote are clarified, and the November 8th U.S. election weighs on sentiment.”