Platinum is the new gold, and its going platinum.
Platinum is an official designation for the world’s top rare earth elements.
It has a value of more than $7 trillion, according to Forbes.
The US Mint has been selling platinum coins since December.
It will officially start selling platinum in 2020.
“Platinum is a precious metal that is only found in the Earth and in the stars,” said Mint Commissioner Scott Engel.
“The only thing you can use it for is jewelry.
We are making it a recognized precious metal in the United States.”
It has been sold for a record $2.7 billion in 2010, but has only been worth about $250 million in the past six years.
Gold is also the gold of choice, with its worth of more $8.6 trillion, and platinum worth more than a billion dollars.
Platinum, or platinum bar, is a gold alloy that is one of the most popular precious metals.
It is used in a wide range of products including watches, coins, jewelry and even medical equipment.
“When you buy platinum, you get a piece of gold, which you can take to the bank,” said Russ Bunn, a certified platinum coin expert.
“It’s not just a gold bar.
You get something of real value.”
But the value of the platinum is going up, not down.
In a little more than two decades, gold and silver have been losing value, while platinum has been gaining.
The value of a platinum coin, in dollars, has gone from $6.4 billion in 1990 to $4.9 billion in 2020, according the Mint.
Silver and gold coins are becoming more expensive as the price of silver has fallen, and the value has also been decreasing.
In 2020, the price for a gold and a platinum bar is $7.75 and $8, the Mint said.
In 2020, a gold-plated coin will set you back about $2,500, compared with $1,900 for a platinum-plating coin.
But silver coins will set back $3,000 to $5,000, compared to $1.7, for platinum-plates.
The prices of silver and gold have been dropping for a while, with prices dropping by about a third since 2010, according an estimate by the Congressional Research Service.
Silver is now trading for less than $1 a pound.