A new service, GPA for Coins, provides actual values realized on coins in transactions throughout the marketplace.
Knowing the real value of your collection is fundamental to every
investor and collector when making either buying or selling decisions.
For the past four years, GPA
for Comics has provided reporting and analysis on actual
values realized for certified comic books and the service is a recognized as a "must
have" resource. GPAnalysis
is now set to provide a similar service for certified rare coins.
"Our experience gained over the years," notes founder George Pantela, "is reflected
in GPA for Coins, our
second-generation service. The rare coin segment is a mature market, with an annual
turnover well into the billions and serviced by a number of existing price guides."
"But GPA for Coins is definitely not a price guide," says George.
"The reporting and analysis we provide is based on actual values realized throughout
the market place. The online service is updated immediately at the close of auctions.
Our database, containing more than 700,000 transactions and over $1.1 billion in
sales, allows us to produce the most comprehensive reporting and trend analysis
possible and available anywhere."
The service is highly interactive and easy to use, ensuring that you only see on
the screen what's important to you, from detailed overall market trend reports all
the way down to an individual coin sale. Nice features such as being able to make
notes against the sale of a specific coin [for either private or public benefit]
sets this service apart. You'll be impressed with MyCoins; it not only allows for
"single keystroke" access to frequent searches, it also provides instant market
valuation and trend analysis on the coins you have selected. Very impressive!
But don't take our word for it — for a limited time, there is a totally free trial.
So log on to http://coins.gpanalysis.com
[it just requires a username & email address] and see for yourself why we think
it's well worth investing some time into GPA for Coins.
For further information, please contact the Directors of GPAnalysis:
George Pantela [email protected]
Dirk van der Gaag [email protected]