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2020 $5 American Gold Eagle




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2020 $5 Gold American Eagle

The 2020 $5 Gold American Eagle is one of the most affordable, and economical of all United States gold bullion coins available. Perfect for entry-level investing, 1/10 Oz 2020 American Gold Eagles from Universal Coin & Bullion are suitable for investors who want to buy precious metals assets yet prefer not spending higher prices for larger gold bullion coins. They’re even perfect for young investors who are getting into the investment market. If you have children or grandchildren, get them started off the right way with patriotic American gold coins of their very own and teach them the importance of accumulating tangible assets.



Benefits of Buying 2020 $5 Gold American Eagles


There are many reasons you should add $5 American Gold Eagles to your portfolio, including:


  • Real American Heritage – $5 Gold American Eagles have been around since the Reagan era.
  • U.S. Government Guaranteed – Rest assured, Gold American Eagles are backed by the United States government.
  • Investment-Grade Gold – American Gold Eagles are struck in 22k gold.
  • Highly Liquid – American Gold Eagles are widely recognized and are easy to sell.
  • Made in the U.S.A. – Bullion-quality Gold American Eagles are struck at the United States Mint in West Point, New York.
  • Tangible wealth – Ever feel the heft of gold in your hands? That sensation is what holding real money feels like.



Gold American Eagles Are Ideal For Precious Metals IRAs


$5 American Gold Eagles bear an obverse design by noted sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens featuring Lady Liberty in stride with the United States Capitol Building and a radiant sunrise behind her. The reverse design by Miley Tucker-Frost shows a family of American eagles huddled around their nest. Both designs have classic American appeal. The Saint-Gaudens design first appeared on United States gold coins in 1907, while the family of eagles motif has been seen on the American Gold Eagle coins since the bullion series debuted in 1986, during the heart of the historic two-term presidency of Ronald Reagan.


What does tomorrow hold? Nobody knows, but gold has been a symbol of wealth, status, and power since Biblical times. Surely, gold will still be prized in the future. Shouldn’t you be putting gold away in your retirement account, too? You can – it’s called a precious metals Individual Retirement Account (IRA), and it allows you to substitute volatile paper assets with certain types of solid silver and gold bullion coins such as the $5 Gold American Eagle.


Imagine stacking $5 Gold American Eagles in your IRA, earning wealth through your tangible, precious metals assets in a tax-deferred account. It’s possible with Gold American Eagles. Diversify your investment portfolio and hedge your bets against an unpredictable dollar, shaky world markets, and uncertain times in Europe, the Middle East, and beyond. Arm yourself against the rising tide of political and economic turmoil with tangible wealth – solid gold.



Why Should You Buy 2020 $5 American Gold Eagles From Universal Coin & Bullion?


The United States Mint makes hundreds of thousands of 1/10 OZ $5 Gold American Eagles every year, but we would allow only relatively few of those to ever enter our inventory. Why? Because some are dinged, scratched, or otherwise marred. We sell only the finest genuine Gold American Eagles around. Our longtime expert, Dr. Michael Fuljenz, knows quality when he sees it. The nationally acclaimed numismatic author, authenticator, speaker, and coin grading specialist proudly serves as America’s Gold Expert and has been seen on FOX Business News, Bloomberg TV and CNBC. Dr. Fuljenz and his team of skilled bullion experts allow nothing but the best bullion coins into our inventory, so you can be confident that you’ll receive authentic coins of superior quality.


Additionally, you’ll receive free shipping on online orders over $99, so you can maximize your investment dollars when you buy Gold American Eagles from Universal Coin & Bullion. Your Gold Eagles will be shipped in secure and discreet packaging. We also offer an exceptional 100% satisfaction guarantee, and if you need any assistance our customer service team is here for you, 24/7. Expect nothing less from our company, which proudly maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.


Invest in $5 Gold American Eagles from Universal Coin & Bullion, and you’ll receive some of the finest bullion coins available. Contact us toll-free at 800.822.4653 to order your 2020 $5 Gold American Eagle coins before prices soar.



More Information About 2019 $5 American Gold Eagles


The United States government had little trouble in choosing obverse and reverse designs for its new bullion coins in 1986. The Augustus Saint-Gaudens $20 double eagle design featuring a striding Liberty was already legendary in the mid 1980s and was a certain choice for the obverse of the $5 Gold American Eagle. Meanwhile, the reverse of the Gold American Eagles serves as the canvas for noted artist Miley Tucker-Frost, who graces the coins with her family of eagles design, which also incorporates the national motto IN GOD WE TRUST.


The $5 Gold American Eagle debuted in 1986 during the core of the Reagan years and was an immediate hit with investors in the United States and throughout the world. Gold American Eagles remain popular all of these years later. Bankers stack them in their vaults, American workers include them in their IRAs, and prudent investors of every kind diversify their portfolios with Gold American Eagles to help protect their precious assets from the whims of the ever-changing domestic and world markets. Call a Universal Coin & Bullion account representative today to secure your 2020 $5 Gold American Eagle coins before prices increase.


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