Whether you’re a seasoned investor or new to the world of precious metals investing, gold bars is generally seen as a safe financial hedge against both economic and political turmoil. Gold is also seen as an important safeguard against inflation and currency debasement, making it a good hedge against any turmoil in the stock market or the economy as a whole.
As one of the few remaining tangible investments that has real value, gold bars has historically been one of the best ways for investors to protect their wealth against inflation and other potential financial downturns.
While investing in gold bars generally appeals to large scale investors, more and more people are discovering the benefits of small gold bars. Not only is this type of gold bars easilly and cost effective, but its compact size means it can be securely stored at home or on-the-go, making a truly portable investment. The reason that small gold bars appeal to both domestic and international investors is because of their lower premiums as compared to larger-sized bullion instruments
Small gold bars are convenient to store.
Investors may choose to purchase physical gold bars for several reasons – to attempt to hedge against currency risks, inflation risks, geopolitical risks, or to add diversification to their investment portfolio. Many investors want to buy gold bars because of its tangible value, portability and its status as a precious metal investment alternative.
Buy and sell gold bars is a great way to diversify and balance your investment portfolio, and small gold bars are easy to store at home. London Gold Centre offer free fully insured delivery, so you can safely store them yourself – without storage costs.
Sell your little gold bars as soon as possible.
Sell gold bars are an extremely popular and convenient way to own physical gold. Available in a variety of weights, gold bars are easy to buy and sell anywhere in the world. Buying gold bars is one of the most cost-effective, safest and easiest ways to own physical gold. Bigger bars carry lower premiums than smaller ones, so they are often preferable for investors looking to accumulate wealth over time. Buying gold bars is the most economical way to own physical gold. We stock a wide selection of bars weighing 1g to 50g. Bars are often made of 99.9% pure gold and may be bought at market value or on pre-ordered pricing, especially when the market is rising or falling against the dollar.
Investing in larger bars is a good option if you can confidently lock away that amount knowing you won’t need access to it in the near future. It will mean a smaller fashion charge (an additional charge to cover the cost of production and packaging) but large bars come with other challenges. For example, our gold storage fee is based on the value of your gold so this may not be as cost-effective as buying smaller bars. Also, while we offer insurance up to £2 million with BullionVault, even this may not be enough to cover a single large holding. Consider sharing ownership of larger bars with other people through our secured Allocated Gold service.
There are different sizes of gold bars: from 1g to 1kg, and even larger. Larger bars are not as easy to sell, particularly if you’re looking to free up a smaller percentage of the overall value. Small gold bars, however, can be sold individually, offering you the flexibility to release the exact amount of cash you need, whilst still preserving some of the bullion you own for the future.
Invest in gold bars to safeguard your future.
gold bars is a popular item to help stabilize wealth and add diversity to your investment portfolio. Since gold bars does not pay any interest, the price reflects its value based solely on the market price of gold, which fluctuates daily, but stays relatively stable over long periods of time. Because of this stability, many investors use gold bars as a way of protecting their future wealth, seeing ownership as a long-term asset rather than a short-term risk. gold bars acts as a physical asset that can offer diversity and protection against emergency situations and uncertainty.