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Gold Bullion Coins & Bars

Gold as an investment

Of all the precious metals, gold is the most popular as an investment. Investors generally buy gold as a hedge or harbor against economic, political, or social fiat currency crises (including investment market declines, burgeoning national debt, currency failure, inflation, war and social unrest). The gold market is subject to speculation as are other markets, especially through the use of futures contracts and derivatives. The history of the gold standard, the role of gold reserves in central banking, gold's low correlation with other commodity prices, and its pricing in relation to fiat currencies during the 2007–2012 global financial crisis, suggest that gold behaves more like a currency than a commodity.

*4 Ounce Minimum.  $25 applies to orders under 7 Ounces

Currently Available Gold Products

 
1 Oz James Bond Bar
Base Price: $1,892.96
 
2020 1/2 Oz Philharmonic
Base Price: $977.11
 
2020 British Sovereign
Base Price: $475.21
 
2021 1/10 Oz Philharmonic
Base Price: $202.35
 
2021 Britannia 1 Oz
Base Price: $1,887.96
 
2021 Buffalo 1 Oz
Base Price: $1,926.50
 
2021 Eagle 1 Oz
Base Price: $1,926.50
 
2021 Kangaroo 1 Oz
Base Price: $1,892.96
 
2021 Maple Leaf 1 oz
Base Price: $1,892.96
 
2021 Philharmonic 1 oz.
Base Price: $1,912.64
 
Credit Suisse 1 Oz Bar
Base Price: $1,877.96
 
Credit Suisse Bar 10 oz.
Base Price: $18,729.60
 
Kilo gold bullion bar
Base Price: $59,669.11
 
Rand 1 Oz Elephant Bar
Base Price: $1,872.96
 
Valcambi 1 Oz Bar
Base Price: $1,877.96
 
Valcambi 50 gram CombiBar
Base Price: $3,187.61

 

Spot Prices
Gold:   $1,847.96   +7.06
Silver:   $25.44   +0.18
Platinum:   $1,103.83   +17.83
Palladium:   $2,390.33   +27.33

Updated: Tue Jan 19

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