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Dillon Gage Announces Canadian Closed Loop IRA Savings Plan. VIDEO: 2:12

Dillon Gage Announces Canadian Closed Loop IRA Savings Plan. VIDEO: 2:12

John Humphrey, Vice President, Digital Metals, Dillon Gage Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com ……. Dillon Gage continues its pioneering efforts to make precious metals a part of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) with a new... read more »

 

Sales Of Silver American Eagle Coins Surge And Could Near Their 2011 Record

Sales Of Silver American Eagle Coins Surge And Could Near Their 2011 Record

Silver Eagles are easier to sell, store and transport than large bars So far this year, sales of American Eagle silver coins from the United States Mint have already surpassed last year’s level as investors snap them up at a breakneck... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Named Exclusive Distributor for Rand Refinery

Dillon Gage Named Exclusive Distributor for Rand Refinery

Metals dealer to be North American distributor for refinery’s new gold and silver minted bars Dillon Gage Metals is pleased to announce that the Dallas-based international metals dealer has been appointed the exclusive North American distributor... read more »

 

Surge in China’s Imports Bodes Well for Gold Market, Dillon Gage Says

Surge in China’s Imports Bodes Well for Gold Market, Dillon Gage Says

The nation’s rising incomes and an expected gold ETF launch should be watched Addison, TX — Imports by mainland China from Hong Kong nearly doubled last year to a record level as incomes rose and investors gravitated to hard assets.... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Is On the Go with Release of New Mobile App

Dillon Gage Is On the Go with Release of New Mobile App

Dillon Gage Metals has just made it easier to access precious metals information while on the go with the release of its free, new mobile application. The app, which can be downloaded from the App Store SM and Google Play, is compatible with... read more »

 

Gold Prices Expected to Rise in 2013, Dillon Gage’s Roy Friedman Predicts

Gold Prices Expected to Rise in 2013, Dillon Gage’s Roy Friedman Predicts

Targets of $2,000 an ounce and even higher are in sight Gold prices have advanced every year in the last decade and are poised for their eleventh straight year of gains in 2012, according to Dillon Gage Metals Executive Vice President Roy Friedman.... read more »

 

Consider “Gifting” Your Precious Metals Investments To Heirs Says Dillon Gage Metals

Consider “Gifting” Your Precious Metals Investments To Heirs Says Dillon Gage Metals

Gifts are a way to avoid inheritance and estate taxes legally Estate taxes can eat up the value of everything you’ve worked hard to accumulate, leaving your heirs with less than you anticipated. This is particularly true in the case of... read more »

 

Gold Prices Tend to Rise after a U.S. Presidential Election

Gold Prices Tend to Rise after a U.S. Presidential Election

This may be a good time to invest in American Eagles and other coins Addison, TX — Aug 22, 2012 /– Gold prices generally languish in a year leading up to a U.S. presidential election. For one thing, the incumbent tries to keep the... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Donates to New, National Numismatic Gallery

Dillon Gage Donates to New, National Numismatic Gallery

Coin lovers can visit a new gallery housing the National Numismatic Collection in Washington, DC in 2015, when the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History opens its renovated, west exhibition wing. Dallas-based international... read more »

 

Olympic Medals are Still Made of Precious Metal But Contain Less Gold

Olympic Medals are Still Made of Precious Metal But Contain Less Gold

As prices rose, gold use gave way to silver years ago Olympic medals use a lot of metal but these days the gold medal is mostly silver. The silver medal is sterling silver while the bronze is largely copper. The last time the Olympic Games... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Opens Precious Metals Storage Center in Toronto

Dillon Gage Opens Precious Metals Storage Center in Toronto

New state-of-the-art depository will fill a need in the Canadian market Today, Dallas-based Dillon Gage Metals opened its newest subsidiary, International Depository Services of Canada (IDS) in Mississauga, Ontario, a suburb of Toronto. IDS... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Offering New, One-Ounce Johnson Matthey Silver Bars

Dillon Gage Offering New, One-Ounce Johnson Matthey Silver Bars

Dillon Gage Metals, wholesale dealers of precious metals in Dallas, is carrying newly minted, one-ounce bars of silver from renowned metals refiner Johnson Matthey (JM). These small bars from London-based Johnson Matthey are a liquid investment... read more »

 

Platinum Prices Should Rebound This Year, Dillon Gage Says

Platinum Prices Should Rebound This Year, Dillon Gage Says

Demand continues to grow in Asian jewelry markets Platinum prices fell to 2 1/2-months lows in mid-April because of concerns about global economic growth but physical buying in Asia and bargain hunting slowed losses. Buying on dips by investors... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Names Exec. VP-Business Development

Roy Friedman is an Authority in precious metals, financial markets ADDISON, TX — Jan 23, 2012  – Dillon Gage Metals, a division of Dillon Gage Incorporated of Dallas, has named Roy Friedman, a well-respected trader and commentator... read more »

 

Dillon Gage Donates Jean-Paul Gaultier Gold Bar to AIDS Fight

Dillon Gage Donates Jean-Paul Gaultier Gold Bar to AIDS Fight

Bar is emblazoned with the French fashion designer’s name Dallas, TX — Jan 25, 2012 – Dillon Gage Metals, a division of Dillon Gage Incorporated of Dallas, has donated a one-ounce gold bar designed by French couturier Jean-Paul... read more »

 

Gold Can Build On Its 2011 Gains Next Year, Dillon Gage Metals Says

Gold Can Build On Its 2011 Gains Next Year, Dillon Gage Metals Says

Targets include $2,000 an ounce and an inflation-adjusted 1980 high of $2,300 DALLAS, TX — Dec 06, 2011 – In a turbulent year for world economies and markets, the price of gold reached an all-time high in September, and after a setback... read more »

 
 
 
 
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