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Call today and receive the purity and beauty of the first ever pure gold, legal tender series in U.S. history. This “Buffalo” is 1 full oz. of Investment-grade 24K .9999 fine gold bullion. Modeled on the famous 1913 Type I Buffalo Nickel created by James E. Fraser.

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The Mike Fuljenz Metals Market Report

April 2014 – Week 3 Edition

Gold has been very volatile in the last week, rising from below $1284 on April 3 to $1330 on April 14 before correcting back to $1300 on Tuesday, April 15. Still, it's encouraging to see gold remain slightly above $1300 after starting the year at $1200. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrials are down over 2% and the once-glamorous NASDAQ tech stock index fell 5% in the last week. Gold rose Friday on high producer price inflation and then got a boost Monday on a revival of violence in Ukraine, but consumer price inflation (released Tuesday) was "tame," so gold retreated, despite continuing tensions in the Ukraine.