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On Bunker Group's website
Global Precious Metals
On GPM's website
On Reardenmetal's website
On GoldSilver Central's website
On Silver AG's website
On UOB's website
Indigo Precious Metals
on Indigo's website
You buy the gold from an individual or dealer and it becomes yours. This gives you a tangible asset to work with. You can keep it for however long you like.
There are several forms of physical gold to purchase:
There are two main kinds of gold bar called cast bars and minted bars. Cast bars are made by melting down gold and pouring it into a special ingot mould. Minted bars are made in a mint through a stamping procedure. Cast bars are cheaper while minted bars are easier to sell and tend to earn you more profit.
They also come with the advantage of being considered legal tenure in the country of their production. You can’t use them for legal tenure overseas though.
There are a number of factors to consider before choosing where to buy gold:
There are a number of storage options once you’ve purchased your gold:
Purchasing gold is a great way to diversify your portfolio and keep some of your money in hard assets. However, gold investment comes with the same risks as any other investment.
You need to make sure you do plenty of research before making any purchases. Take note of the legitimacy of your dealer and the manufacturer that they get their gold from. You also need to make sure you can keep up with storage and other fees. Lastly, you need to know how and when your gold will increase in value so you can make a tidy profit from it at some point.
Yes, you can! Just make sure you buy the gold from a reputable dealer. Avoid any dealer that doesn’t have clear legitimacy. Research and look into their trade associations and history before making any purchases.
Instead of just buying and selling gold directly, you can always invest in an exchange-trade fund. These platforms check the prices of gold and buy or sell for you. There are still risks involved but it tends to be safer than doing it by yourself.
If you own physical gold or silver and it increases in value, you might need to pay capital gains tax once you sell it. Contact your accountant to find out more about applicable taxes.