Is Copper On E-Bay Going Up For A Reason?
Remember when American Wheat Pennies used to be worth 1 cent instead of 30 cents each?
A rather new addition to this trading market is the copper bullion. The unit value of copper is far below that of precious metals, but that doesn’t mean it can’t result in big paydays for investors. Copper is one of the most useful metals in industry and it has a long history serving as money in coinage. Its value is expected to rise as a counter to the forces of inflation and currency debasement – much like precious metals.
If you have the patience and are willing to play for the long-term, then copper bullion offers an affordable investment option with an attractive potential for returns. The emphasis, as with any investment, is to keep transactions costs (the premiums paid above the copper spot market price) low.
Investors can buy bars in bulk or collect coins to add interest to their hold until the time comes to sell. The affordability of copper puts this market in reach of any investor – regardless of means.Check out copper products on Money Metals
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