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Author: Gold Why Webmaster
Date: January, 2011
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Happy new year! I couldn't be more excited about all the great stuff happening here at 2011 is going to be an amazing year for Gold Why. So why am I so excited? Easy: I'm starting the year with a brand new video about my personal tenth ounce gold coin collection. Even better, the new video is in amazing HD quality. That's right! I decided to make an investment in the future of Gold Why by purchasing a new camera. My goal this year: Launch around 50 brand new HD quality videos about gold, silver, and copper bullion. So, you'll definitely want to stay tuned and also subscribe to the Gold Why YouTube Channel. Important note: If you'd like to view my video in HD, you'll want to select "720p HD" on the video below or simply visit my YouTube Channel. You can even view it in full screen HD quality. Thanks so much for your support and I hope you enjoy learning about my personal tenth ounce gold bullion coin collection.

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Four Amazing Tenth Ounce Gold Coins

So, what coins do I highlight in today's video? Four great ones: my tenth ounce gold eagle, tenth ounce gold lunar coin, tenth ounce gold panda, and tenth ounce gold cat. While this video is all about tenth ounce gold coins, I also include my 1/20 ounce gold maple leaf at the end as well, as a bonus! What's really great is my new camera features these coins in striking clarity and detail, even though they're small fractional gold coins.

Why Do I Like 1/10 Ounce Gold Coins So Much?

I created this video about 1/10 oz gold coins for a reason: I'm a huge fan of tenth ounce coins. Why? The price of gold is right around $1,400 right now. That's just too much for me, a smaller gold investor. However, at $140 per coin (plus a markup), the tenth ounce coins are perfect. Moreover, they are portable, easy to store, and highly sought after.

What About 1/20 Ounce Gold Coins?

I'm also a huge fan of twentieth ounce gold bullion coins and even highlight my 1/20 ounce gold maple leaf in my video. However, I really like 1/10 ounce gold coins more. Why? It all comes down to the markup. When you start dealing with smaller gold coins, you're going to pay more and more of a premium over the spot price of gold to own the coin (that is, as a percentage of the coin's value). It makes sense, the dealer has to make a decent commission to make it worth their while. What I've found with 1/20 ounce gold coins is the markup typically makes the 1/10 coins more favorable.

My New HD Video About Silver American Eagle Coins

Like this video? I just uploaded another HD quality video showcasing my Silver American Eagle coin collection. I highlight an individual Silver Eagle and also my Mint Tube of Silver Eagles from 2007. Please make sure to check out my brand new Silver American Eagle Video.

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