Why Low Trading Prices Make Bullion a Better Investment Choice

Have you thought of investing in silver, gold, or platinum bars? If you haven’t, maybe you should. Bullion is one of our favorite precious metal investments.

Is 2015 the year you invest in Gold, platinum and silver bullion? Image Credit: AlexLMX/iStock.

Is 2015 the year you invest in Gold, platinum and silver bullion? Image Credit: AlexLMX/iStock.

Bullion offers important advantages to serious investors, for a lot of very good reasons...

  • No recycling, smelting or refining is required. When you buy gold bullion bars, you know exactly what you own. Their weight and content is certified – in fact, stamped right on them. You don’t have to send them to us for testing and processing before you know that they are or what they are worth. When you invest in bullion bars, “what you see is what you get.”
  • Today’s low prices make bullion a good investment. What could be more straightforward than buying an investment when prices are low and then waiting for prices to rise? It’s the basic principle of investing in stocks, real estate, fine art and lots of other holdings. Where gold, platinum and silver are concerned, there’s nothing too chancy about applying this strategy. The low prices are already there, so now is a great time to buy and hold.
  • Storing bullion is cost-effective and safe. If you invest in real estate, for example, you need to insure it. It can burn down. You can rent your property out to tenants who don’t pay their rent, so you have to hire costly lawyers who take months to evict them – months while you don’t collect a penny of rent. Gold, Silver or Platinum Bullion don’t expose you to any of those costs or unpleasant surprises. You buy it, you store it safely in a safety deposit box in a bank. And guess what? It can’t burn down.
  • A volume buying discount is built into your purchases of bullion. You might not realize that this is the case. But it is, and here is an example. You can buy one 100-gram silver bullion bar for about $75 from many bullion dealers right now. Or you could buy 100 one-gram silver bars for $1.75 apiece but if you do, you’ll be spending $175 for the same amount of silver. It’s because it costs mints about the same amount of money to manufacture, package and ship one bullion bar of any size. So the bigger the bar you buy, the cheaper your silver becomes. Similar considerations apply if you’re investing in gold or platinum. We can’t think of any other investment that offers that kind of opportunity, can you?

Ready to Move and Invest in Gold, Platinum or Silver Bullion?

Give us a call at 800-426-2344 to speak with us about making profitable investments today, when prices are low. We’re here to show you how investing in bullion bars could be a great investment option during calendar year 2015.

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