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Certified Gold Exchange, Inc. - News & Updates

The Certified Gold Exchange, also known as “America’s Trusted Source For Gold,” is one of North America’s leading precious metal dealers. CGE serves clients from coast to coast and is based in Fort Worth, Texas. CGE has an A+, 0 Complaint rating with the consumer advocacy organization Better Business Bureau. Get your Precious Metal IRA and/or physical delivery precious metal info today by calling (800) 300-0715 or visit

The Best Place To Buy Gold; What Your Gold Dealer May Not Want You To Know.

There are several advantages to teaming up with the Certified Gold Exchange, and it is no surprise that thousands of investors have come to the conclusion that the Certified Gold Exchange is the best place to buy gold.

Will Federal Reserve Remain "Patient" on Interest Rates?

The gold spot price is fluctuating rather wildly this morning due to investor insecurity over what will happen during this afternoon's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. The FOMC, a group comprised of the Federal Reserve's governors, has indicated in recent meetings that it will remain "patient" in its effort to raise interest rates from near-zero, where they have been since the economic recession.

Gold Plummets On Strong US Dollar

Gold has been hit hard by the rise in the dollar's value in March of 2015. Within the first 13 days of the month the so-called safe haven metal has fallen over 5%. Silver has also dropped to the $15.50 range, making March a very bad month for precious metals investors.

How to Get a Free One-Ounce Silver American Eagle from the Certified Gold Exchange

The Internet is full of gold and silver scams with eye-catching headlines. A few recent gold and silver investing scams include one that offers investors the chance to buy physical gold below spot price. Other claims you can finance a gold or silver transaction and not have to pay any money down.

Great Britain Dumps Dollar

Find out why the United Kingdom is on its way to abandon the U.S. dollar as its form of international currency, directly at the Certified Gold Exchange.