How much can you expect to sell your Alaskan gold for?
All gold is the same.
The current price of gold is $1748.88/oz as of 10/17/12. The actual price you can sell it for depends greatly, but is usually close to the market price if the gold is already pure to 99.99%
As of February 16th, the current market value of gold is $36.01 USD per gram for 24 carat gold. Gold of a lesser purity is less valuable; 1 gram of 18 carat gold is worth only $27.01. You can expect to receive less than market value if you sell your gold to a pawn shop or an online or mail-in gold buyer.
It depends on the price most likely. Since real gold is trading at about $930/oz right now you would expect to pay over $30 for a gram of real "gold leaf flake". However, there are sites that sell "dutch gold" or imitation gold such as www.clearanceclubhouse.com for much cheaper prices, you can get a pound of gold leaf flake for under $270
Selling gold can be very profitable if you are knowledgeable in gold trends. The trick is to buy gold when nobody wants it and the economy is booming. Dealers will be willing to sell their gold at much cheaper prices and you can get more bang for your buck if you buy in bulk. When the economy is falling and everyone is clambering for the solidarity of gold investments; sell, sell, sell. It is during…
It depends. Each place that buys gold from the public pays whatever they decide they want to pay. One thing to keep in mind is, almost all gold that the public has (whether it's coins or jewelry) is not 100% pure gold, so you cannot expect to get the current gold rate, which at the moment, I think is over $1700 per ounce. For instance, if you have 14 Karat gold, that's only 58% pure…