Historical Silver Dollar Value Trends
Wichita, KS (PRWEB) – U.S. Peace silver dollars with the best chance for future price appreciation were identified following an analysis of Peace dollar historical price movements. Value trends from years 1950 through 2006 for Peace silver dollars (minted 1921-1935) were compiled and listed in tabular format.
Annual compounded rates of return were then computed from the past to the present covering various time intervals, to facilitate comparisons. Peace dollars with the best proven performance surfaced, and are poised to see continued growth. The dates at the top of the list are the 1921 and 1928 issues from the Philadelphia Mint.
The Peace dollar analysis is the latest in a series of similar reports authored by numismatist Daniel J. Goevert, lead researcher at US Coin Values Advisor. Goevert recommends that “collectors whose goal is to acquire coins likely to appreciate steadily in the years ahead should first review long term value trend data and select coins with a solid history of price advancement.” Goevert added “finding out what a coin is worth today is a piece of cake. However, understanding what that same coin was selling for five, ten, or fifty years ago requires some effort. Without that historical perspective, it’s impossible to know how well a coin performs in the long run.”
Coins displaying the highest percentage returns over time are invariably rarities held in high esteem by generations of numismatists, and have transcended precious metal booms, market shakeouts, and collecting fads. Proven steadfast demand is the cause of these consistently good returns, and is the best indicator of a bullish future.
In addition to Peace silver dollars, online reports for other popular coins are available at http://www.us-coin-values-advisor.com, and include Indian Head cents, Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, Standing Liberty quarters, Walking Liberty half dollars, and Morgan silver dollars. More coin reports are added regularly.