About Morgan Gold
Morgan Gold offers investors and those with IRA/401K retirement plans an alternative to stocks, bonds, certificates of deposits, and other “paper assets.” Morgan Gold is more like Charles Schwab than a coin dealer. Just as investors can be assured that the securities sold by a company like Schwab are authentic, that the issuing corporations have been in business and have performance records for years or decades, etc.—so too does Morgan Gold offer a 100% guarantee backed by the United States government and in most instances by the leading independent certification services—that the U.S. coins it sells are absolutely genuine and contain the specified amount of precious metal, whether it is gold, silver or platinum. Morgan Gold can document the strong performance of gold, silver and platinum over the last 5 years, ten years or 100 years.
Gold coins have been a recognized store of value ever since the ancient Greeks struck the first gold coins about 2,600 years ago. When the United States Mint began production in 1795, they produced gold coins—and gold coins continued to be made through 1933, when President Roosevelt took the United States off the Gold Standard. Collectors continued to own U.S. gold coins but were forbidden to import any until a new law went into effect on December 31, 1974. Collectors and investors had to make do with South African Krugerrands and other world gold coins until 1986, when they were again able to acquire newly minted United States gold coins. Unlike the earlier U.S. gold coins, the newly minted pieces had convenient net weights of 1, ½, ¼ and 1/10 troy oz. of pure gold, and thus were ideal for precious metal investors. In 1997, Congress allowed certain precious metal coins to be included in IRA/401K retirement accounts. Today, the most popular gold coins with Americans—whether for investment or IRA/401K retirement plans—are those made in the U.S.A.—either pre-1933 or after 1986. They are easy to buy at small premiums over their melt value, easy to store and easy to sell. In addition, gold coin transactions are totally private—no U.S. government reporting or 1099 forms are required.
Many investors are not aware that many of these newly issued United States gold coins (and silver and platinum coins as well) are also acceptable for inclusion in IRA and 401K retirement plans. Forbes indicates that “probably 99% of the $2 trillion of IRA assets is invested in bank accounts, publicly traded stocks, bonds, funds and the like.” Morgan Gold offers retirement account holders and investors diversification—which virtually all investment advisors strongly recommend—into United States gold coins.
While investors holding cash-related assets such as money markets and mutual funds have seen their purchasing power decrease by approximately 40% since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, investors holding physical gold coins or gold coins in their IRA/401K retirement accounts have seen their assets increase by more than 400% in the same period.
Morgan Gold is no Johnny-come-lately in this field. We encourage potential investors to check out our company and people before sending us a penny as you should do before dealing with any company. Since 1963 the Founder Steve Deeds has delivered billions of dollars in gold and silver coins to investors in all 50 states. Steve has written “In today’s uncertain economic times, investors are utilizing physical gold as an Asset Allocation for estate planning, wealth preservation and protection against the shrinking U.S. Dollar.” Mr. Deeds was a Life Member of the American Numismatic Association and a member of the Professional Numismatists Guild, and he made sure that he personally as all as every member of his company, abides by the stringent Codes of Ethics of these organizations.
Morgan Gold works closely with Self Directed IRA Services in setting up IRA/401K retirement plans containing and storing gold coins in licensed depositories. The experts at Morgan gold stand ready to discuss your personalized investment and retirement needs—at no cost and with no obligation—by phone, email or in person at our Southern California offices. Let us help you as we have done for thousands of investors, such as Edmund Moy, 38th Director of the United States Mint, who uses Morgan Gold as his “trusted source for U.S. Gold coins” for his IRA retirement account.