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Buy gold bars as investments

As investment vehicles, gold bars are gaining in popularity primarily because gold bars carry much lower premiums than gold bullion coins carry. For example, premiums on kilo gold barscan be as much as $50 per ounce lower than the premium on American Gold Eagles.

Truly, gold bars are an exciting way to invest in gold. Hefting large gold bars almost causes an adrenalin rush. Invariably, people holding large gold bars for the first time ask, “How can something so small be so heavy?” A huge amount of wealth can be stored and concealed in gold bars.

Gold Bars for sale

Gold bars for sale include 1-oz gold bars, 10-oz gold bars, kilo gold bars, and 100-gram gold bars. All these gold bars are .9999 fine (99.99 pure.)

Whereas a few years ago only 1-oz and 10-oz gold bars were available, today kilo gold bars are commonly bought by large investors. That is because kilo gold bars are easier to store than are 1-oz gold bars. In the space it takes to store twenty-five 1-oz gold bars (in their packaging from the refinery), six Royal Canadian Mint kilo gold bars (192.90 ounces) could be stored.

Investors wanting low premium gold bars may want to consider the 100-gram gold bars, which carry premiums only slightly higher than kilo gold bars. Buying 100-gram bars provides investors more flexibility when it comes time to sell.

As a rule, smaller gold bars carry larger mark-ups over spot. However, usually the premiums on 100-gram gold bars are less than the premiums on 10-oz gold bars.

 

Kilo gold bars

Kilo gold bars are .9999 fine (99.99% pure) and contain 32.15 troy ounces each. In the metric system, a “kilo” is short for kilogram, the base unit of mass in the International System of Units, commonly called the metric system. The metric system is the primary weight (and measurement) system used other parts of the world.

The most commonly available kilo gold bars are the PAMP and the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) gold bars. PAMP kilo gold bars come in protective plastic cases and usually with certificates. RCM bars do not come with either protective cases or certificates. Actually, the PAMP certificate is superfluous; the real “certificate” is the PAMP hallmark on their gold bars. The Royal Canadian Mint recognizes this and does not issue certificates.

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