Gold is the most prestigious way of investing in precious metals due to its long history of being an excellent means for trading operations, its scarcity, and inherent value. Just like silver, gold is one of the very few precious metals to stand the test of time as a proven, and trustworthy savings investment strategy. It was considered for many years a symbol of wealth and luxury, and its bullion options, such as bars and coins, were preferred for hundreds of years by many powerful civilizations and nations. For this reason, we buy gold to protect against inflation and to own state-of-the-art pieces of the world’s most notorious producers.
Gold Bars and coins are manufactured by several renowned precious metals mints and refineries all over the world. While Gold Bars are typically preferred by investors to increase their portfolio with highly valuable gold bullion, Gold Coins are the preferred collectible of numismatists and coin enthusiasts. Due to their historical value and, in some cases, scarcity, gold coins usually carry a higher premium over the gold spot price than gold bars. However, they can be an exclusive and extremely rare addition to your collection, very desired by passionate collectors, thus providing higher value over their gold content. In most cases, such as the most popular gold coins American Gold Eagles, Canadian Gold Maple Leafs and Gold Chinese Pandas, coin prices carry lower premiums over the gold spot price.
Investing in gold bars is considered to be one of the safest and most cost effective ways to buy gold bullion because bars can be easily stored and traded and they offer the purest gold content. The purity of gold bars is usually the same or sometimes higher than of the finest gold coins available on the gold market. Thus, gold bars cost a little higher than the gold spot price. They are usually struck by private mints, like PAMP Suisse, Credit Suisse, Argor-Heraeus, Valcambi and many other manufacturers. Each of the available gold bars is stamped with the weight and purity of the gold, as well as its serial number for enhancing its security. Gold bullion bars can be purchased in different sizes from 1 kilo down to ½ gram options, including the most popular Gold bars such as:
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Gold coins have been stored by generations as a symbol of wealth and a convenient mean of ensuring their inheritance. For hundreds of years, gold coins have served as an investment and collectible options due to their unique design, rarity, and high demand. Various trusted mints all over the world produce gold bullion coins of the highest quality each year. The gold coin bullion market offers a wide collection of different sizes, shapes, weights and especially designs: from 1/40 oz. to 1 kilo gold coins; round, scallop, rectangular or colored coins, with exclusive and iconic depictions, including the most popular:
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You can purchase gold bullion struck by many renowned government mints and private mints, as well as companies or facilities, which refine different types of precious metals and produce bullion products in several forms. Government mints are operated by the national government of a country and, most of the times, these mints produce coins in circulation. However, some government mints also produce other gold bullion products with high gold purity, like the US Mint, RCM or Perth Mint. Private Mints are operated independently from country governments, by private companies, for this reason, they only produce gold bars and rounds, not coins. Each mint uses its special technique and designs to produce their wide range of gold products. Bullion Exchanges provides you gold bullion items of the highest quality from the following globally known mints:
· African Mint
· Austrian Mint
· Australian Mint
· Chinese Mint
· Credit Suisse
· Istanbul Gold Refinery
· South African Mint
Gold bullion has always been a great way to hedge against inflation and national currency’s weakness. For hundreds of years, gold was the preferred precious metal for jewelry, currency coins, bars and other type of storing value. Compared to silver, gold maintained its role as a legal tender in many countries, being in high demand and very appreciated by savvy investors and collectors. Gold proved its stability during many historical financial crises and significant events, therefore, ensured its position as a reliable mean of preserving wealth. Owning physical gold assets has been a well-known strategy for various wealthy nations, civilizations and generations. Moreover, if you buy gold bullion, you can choose to use it as a retirement option and add it to your Precious Metals IRA Account. Thus, either as an investment opportunity, a way to protect your savings or as an exclusive addition to your collectible portfolio, gold will always be a proven and prominent precious metal.