Shore Gold and Pawn
521 East Bay
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
609 242 5802 Watch Our Video ( Click the read more button)
Hours Sunday 10am to 6 pm – Monday – Wednesday 10am to 7pm Thursday – Saturday 10am to 9pm
Welcome to Shore Gold & Pawn We Buy and Sell Everything.
With the economy being the worse in decades – Gold And Pawn Shops Has a Big Impact. People can get money for the items they are not using. This can help if they have an immediate need. Also if you are looking for a item or need to get a product, music instruments, cd, dvd etc. Check out Shore Gold and Pawn Today!
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Story of Gold and Silver…
Polished silver and gold chrome with hanging crystal pendants are popular combinations with homeowners, check out the Emily Polished Chrome Crystal Chandelier, with its dazzling crystal hanging pendants and skillfully crafted frame, a perfect focus for any room. Or the contemporary style Small Faceted Ceiling Light, also with crystals but with a round frame it’s available in polished chrome or gold finish.
Not all silver and gold ETFs are the same. Some of them are leveraged, allowing you to make or lose additional money on price swings. Leveraged ETFs are referred to as double or triple ETFs. Many of them take advantage of the futures market. Here is a list of ETFs:
The History of Silver and Gold Coins and the Benefits of Collecting Coinage
With consumable uses of both silver and gold, as well as the hold it has in our history, now is the time to own both. Many people in the investment arena believe the bullish trend of gold and silver has only begun. While forecasters may vary in the degree, most believe gold and silver will increase, and that the climb is not over.
Taking on my experience, if you buy gold and silver jewelry on ebay, do this with caution. Take the initiative to learn how to acid test and read my article on Best Tips When Buying Silver And Gold On Ebay. This information is invaluable – not only when purchasing from e-bay – but it seems anywhere. Gold, silver and precious metal counterfeiting is rampant throughout the world. Take a look at the following video from CNN that highlights how many ligitimate gold and silver businesses have been scammed. If they have been subject to jewellery fraud – what hope has the rest of us?
The benefits of ETFs are the ability to buy and sell them for a very small fee. This is the opposite of buying some silver and gold coins or bullion, hiding them somewhere or paying for a safe deposit box, then needing to physically deliver (and prove that they are genuine) them to sell them when you need to convert them back to cash.
You might be wondering which metal makes the better investment. The good news is that you will probably make money no matter which one you choose. With governments around the world printing money like crazy, it is pretty much guaranteed that all ETFs will go up. And I don’t mean just silver and gold, or even precious metals. You could probably invest in oil or rice ETFs and still make a killing.
If you are into buying and collecting gold and silver, chances are you are also a frugal person. That means you like to get the best value possible. By finding underpriced gold and silver at yard sales, garage sales, flea markets and thrift stores, you can make a quick profit or add to your growing hoard.Silver and gold have been viewed as treasure throughout the centuries, which means that you, too, can become a modern day treasure hunter. Part of this is viewing yourself as a rogue agent, because the key to finding gold and silver at garage and yard sales is to be smart and sneaky.This article will teach you three important things – to be prepared, be early, and be cool – focusing on garage and yard sales because thrift store staff are trained to spot valuable items, and flea market sellers generally know what they are doing. Feel free to write them on your hand before heading out each morning.Be Prepared – Finding silver and gold at garage sales is not easy. Basically, the only time you will find it is if the seller does not know what they have. For our purposes, being prepared means studying the most common markings for gold and silver. Gold is usually always marked plainly, with a 24k, 14k, or 10k, and most people know what they have when they see it. Sometimes gold is instead marked with a number denoting the purity of the gold. If you see a 585, that means the gold is 58.5% pure, or 14 karat. If you see 999 or .999, that is pure 24 karat gold. These are the most common markings to look for, as they are the ones that are generally missed by uninformed sellers.Silver, on the other hand, is less common, which means more people are likely to undervalue what they have. The Internet is full of stories of people buying 14 karat gold chains for 25 cents, or a heavy sterling silver bowl worth $500 for a buck. Remember, pure silver (.99is supposed to be marked as such. Other purities include sterling (92.5%, .925 or 925), and other numbers such as 900, .900, 800, .800, etc.It is essential that you learn how to spot silver plated items, which are generally not worth your trouble. Some will say ‘silverplate,’ but others will use abbreviations such as EP for electroplated (EPNS, for example, means electroplated nickel silver). The website http://www.925-1000.com/ is a comprehensive guide to American, British, and world silver hallmarks (symbols or markings used by known manufacturers of sterling silver products). It is a good idea to print out some of the guides and keep them in your car, or better yet, bookmark the site on your smartphone for on-the-go access.It would be a good idea to invest in a loupe, which is a small eyepiece magnifier used by jewelers. This will help you identify and locate markings that are almost invisible to the naked eye (please see point three about using one of these at a garage sale).TIP: Watch out for sterling silver forks, knives, spoons, bowls and trays. Unmarked gold and silver chains as well.Be early – This is pretty self explanatory. There will be others trying to do the same thing, and you have to get up pretty early in the morning to beat the old pros.Obviously you won’t be able to arrive early to every sale, so spend some time each week reviewing the classifieds, including online sites like Craigslist or any online classifieds your town might have. Make a note of any sales that specifically mention jewelry. Note the times that they open, and try to prioritize your route. If you use a smartphone, it is helpful to plot each sale on a Google Map with the start time, making them easier to find when you are driving around in the dark.Many buyers will ring a doorbell before the sale starts, even as early as 6 in the morning, especially if they see sellers milling about or setting up. If the sale hasn’t started yet but you see people, use your own judgment as to whether you can get an early look at their inventory. If the ad says no early birds, respect their wishes.TIP – Look out for yard sales in wealthy neighborhoods. You are more likely to find nice stuff and people who throw out valuable things. Also, ask if they have any broken jewelry, which may get the seller to show you items they didn’t think were worth selling.Be Cool – If you happen to find your dream score, a one ounce gold chain marked simply 585, you must remain calm. While the item may be worth well over a thousand dollars, you are about to pay two dollars, which can cause your face to redden and your palms to sweat.Part of being cool is being discreet. You want to make it to the jewelry table first, and get your hands on anything gold or silver colored. If there are many items to go through, you want to avoid drawing undue attention to yourself, but you must also make it known that you are looking at the table and others can have a shot when you are done. By pulling out your loupe, you are alerting the seller that you are up to something, so don’t be surprised if they realize their own mistake and jack up the price.TIP – If your seller figures out their mistake, you should be prepared to pay more. Always know the current spot prices of silver and gold, and offer a fair price.Conclusion – While some may say it is unethical to buy something you know is underpriced, many more believe that it is fair game. Chances are if you are reading this, you feel like a modern day treasure hunter, ready to fly into a yard sale under the radar, and are less concerned about ethical dilemmas that come from buying gold and silver at garage and yard sales.
Many people may think that I am a gold and silver bear (looking for price to go down). I am not and both gold and silver could keep going up.The problem is there is a lot of risk right now in precious metals and the market could drop precipitously in a wink. I hear a lot of people talk about gold and silver as a “safe haven” investment to get out of other instruments that “have artificial value”. Well, gold and silver have artificial values too. Yes, just like a currency does.What is the value lets say of gold. 12% is held for industrial use and 52% is held as jewelry the remaining 36% are held in reserve or other investments. Here is a very simple equation. If countries, people, and other entities accumulate precious metals, they will continue rising. If they don’t, prices will drop. If any one group starts selling, the rally is over. Yes, simple as that. One apple can spoil the bunch.Silver is of particular interest. It was not gaining value at the same rate gold was a few years ago. Silver just went parabolic and over the last year silver has doubled in price while gold has went up around 20%. There is almost parity now between the rise of silver and gold over a 10 year period.Now we can’t directly compare gold and silver as far as price. We can however say that silver really does not have a value advantage over gold anymore. Also gold and silver are held similarly in jewelry, investments and reserves. Silver does have more of an industrial use but production of silver is much higher than gold.Take a look at the charts. Look at the big beautiful pole that shows the rise of these metals. What is that off the end? Some may refer to it as pendants, flags, coiling, consolidation, etc. To make a long story short both are in a position of indecision. There is no indication of which way they will break but down could be a direction that one of these fine metals could go.You know what…..You could hold silver and gold and maybe it could double again or keep going up. Then again, it could drop. That is realistic. That bar or your holdings are valuable because people want it………..but remember this and that is gold and silver are not much different than currencies. What gives them value is supply and demand. End of story.
Gold And Pawn Shops Has A Big Impact…
The thing with gold right now is, gold is so high that on a sell or a pawn, customers will often leave with a good bit of money. Obviously if you pawn your gold and they think you will come back for it, they will be willing to give you more money. Gold is the only thing right now that commands 3 or 4 different quotes. Call your local Pawn Shops in advance and ask them how much per gram they pay for 10k, 14k, 18k, and so on. Some Pawn Shops will loan you $16 a gram in 10k and $22 in 14k gold.
Our dollar is now almost completely worthless. The good news is GOLD has shot up because of it. Take everything I said in this article back when I created it in March and double it almost!!(In regards to Gold only!!) You now can get a whole lot more money from gold when you take it in Pawn Shops.
Pawnbroking is one of the oldest trades in the world, and are still very much in demand today. Pawn shops provide quick and easy access to money for short term loans where banks may not be able to help.