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(1888PressRelease) Bullion is tangible, portable and easy to liquidate.

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Bill Hionas Explains the Attraction of Precious Metals Bullion

(1888PressRelease) Bullion is tangible, portable and easy to liquidate.

MIAMI, FL - There are many different ways to invest in precious metals; mining shares or bullion are two examples. Bullion has a distinct advantage in being both tangible and portable while also very easy to liquidate. With gold and silver, bullion may almost be accepted as cash; regardless both metals are very easy to buy and sell.

One of the main differences between buying mining shares as opposed to bullion is that shares pay dividends; in other words they are equities. Owning precious metals bullion will not earn investors any dividends. However, mining shares have a definite risk attached whereas gold bullion, for example, has been proven, time and time again, to hold its value. At a time when fiat currencies are coming under attack left, right and center, owning physical bullion becomes very attractive.

No one knows what the value of a dollar, or a euro, may be in a year, or ten years; whereas precious metals bullion has an intrinsic value that cannot be debased in the same way as paper currency. It is also both tangible and portable, two things that can offer considerable reassurance if the value of ones savings is being eaten away by a fall in the exchange rate or high inflation. If gold hits $2000 an ounce, a scenario that could happen very soon, then $100,000 worth of gold will weigh a mere 50 ounces, or just over three pounds! A million dollars' worth could be transported in an overnight bag.

"Owning bullion will not earn investors any dividends," says Bill Hionas. "Nevertheless, there is the potential to make substantial gains and gold bullion has been proven to hold its value in times of economic turmoil."

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Bill Hionas runs Pan American Metals of Miami, located in Miami Beach.

About Bill Hionas:

Bill Hionas is CEO of Pan American Metals of Miami, LLC, a group of traders, investors and account executives that combines many years of experience to help clients invest in bullion. PAMM provides an individual investment service and is based in Miami, Florida for convenient access to both North and South American investors.

Website: http://www.billhionas.com; http://www.panamericanmetalsofmiami.com

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Debbie Bailey

Pan American Metals of Miami, LLC

Email: dbailey ( @ ) investpanam dot com

Website: http://www.billhionas.com; http://www.panamericanmetalsofmiami.com

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