Editorial Note: Forbes may earn a commission on sales made from partner links on this page, but that doesn’t affect our editors’ opinions or evaluations. In the midst of economic volatility, some investors are flocking to gold and silver as an alternative to stocks, bonds, mutual funds and ETFs. In fact, some precious metals dealers are struggling to keep up with demand for bars and coins, and buyers are paying record-setting prices for rare coins.
The Gold and Silver Rush of 2020 is in full swing.
But as investors (including some who are new to the precious metals market) scoop up gold and silver bars and coins, they might be wondering about insuring their newly acquired treasure. Perhaps the most important thing to know about insuring investment-grade gold and silver—not the coins you collected as a kid that merely hold sentimental value—is that homeowners insurance typically doesn’t go very far in […]
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