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IBX Offers Investment Opportunities in Diamonds, Gold, and Rare Coins for 2014

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/14/14 -- If you are looking to diversify your investment portfolio with more than paper stocks and bonds, then you may want to consider profitable opportunities in diamonds, gold, and rare coins for 2014. These investments are solid, tangible products that can withstand economic decline. Many investment advisors suggest having at least some of your investments in precious metals and diamonds for the simple fact that they will be there when you need them. No matter how much or how little you have to invest now, you will have financial security later, as the value of precious metals is expected to continue rising and reaching historic levels.

A Precious Metals IRA is subject to the same laws and regulations as other IRA accounts, and is legally allowed under IRS rules. The precious metals allowed in the IRA must be bars or coins that meet purity guidelines. You must have a third party handle the IRA for you. You cannot just use your IRA to buy precious metals to hide in your home. If you have an IRA, you can convert it over to a precious metals account. The precious metals remain in an IRS approved insured depository until you reach retirement age. At that point, they can be sent to you or you can convert them to cash for use as needed.

International Bullion Exchange Chief Market Analyst, Dr. James Chandler says, "International Bullion Exchange offers a variety of products and services to help you invest in diamonds, gold and rare coins. These types of investments help to safeguard against economic collapse and can diversify your portfolio. Whether you are a beginner investor, or you are experienced and you want to add to your wealth, precious metals are a global currency that will hold value. Through our exchange, you can buy and sell whenever you want, so you have freedom and flexibility to invest as you want. If you already have an IRA, you can convert your current account into a precious metals IRA, which can be held until you retire. At that point, you can have the assets mailed to you from the insured depository or you can convert them to whatever global currency you want. Our staff can help guide you through investments, no matter how much or how little you are looking to invest. We even offer a free eBook to help you understand how the process works."

About International Bullion Exchange
International Bullion Exchange ("IBX") is a precious metals dealer with many years of experience and an established reputation as a trusted and dedicated resource for people wanting to diversify their holdings with intelligent precious metals and diamond investments. Our products and programs are selected for their ability to help hedge against the twin evils of inflation and uncertainty that we have in the world today, and to position our clients with assets that have been trusted and revered for thousands of years.

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