Gold Buyers

Are India and China Leading the Gold’s Bullish Market by Themselves?

Knowing exactly why gold is going up these days is a hard thing to accomplish. Many factors are involved in this confusing scenario. For decades, gold has been one of the most More »

Pure Gold and Silver Bullion Bars - Ingots

2016: The Golden Year?

Since 2012 gold has been a rather disappointing asset right up to the very beginning of 2016 at which point the precious metal took on a new course that took it past More »

Druckenmiller says to Replace Stocks with Gold

There are abundant reasons to stay away from the stock market these days. If you don’t have enough time and are not willing to dedicate your focus on charts and business news, More »

Hidden costs when buying gold bullion

Gold – Hidden Costs

Hidden costs are practically everywhere, most people get suckered into what is seemingly good buy or deal until they are slapped in the face with hidden costs and by that time it More »

Gold’s role in short and long term protection for lower-middle income individuals / families

Gold and wealth is often viewed hand in hand, with gold no longer being a modern measure of wealth alone, many people still believe that buying gold is only an activity for More »

Are India and China Leading the Gold’s Bullish Market by Themselves?

Gold Buyers

Knowing exactly why gold is going up these days is a hard thing to accomplish. Many factors are involved in this confusing scenario. For decades, gold has been one of the most popular safe-havens during financial turmoil and armed conflicts. We have no world war going on but things are getting out of control for

2016: The Golden Year?

Pure Gold and Silver Bullion Bars - Ingots

Since 2012 gold has been a rather disappointing asset right up to the very beginning of 2016 at which point the precious metal took on a new course that took it past most other commodities and placed it at the top of the investment chain in terms of performing assets. Towards the end of February

Druckenmiller says to Replace Stocks with Gold

There are abundant reasons to stay away from the stock market these days. If you don’t have enough time and are not willing to dedicate your focus on charts and business news, stocks may not be the right investment for you. No one has said that investing in the stock market is easy. You have

Gold – Hidden Costs

Hidden costs when buying gold bullion

Hidden costs are practically everywhere, most people get suckered into what is seemingly good buy or deal until they are slapped in the face with hidden costs and by that time it is often too late. From airlines, to retail stores and even banks and insurance companies, the ‘hidden cost’ factor is indeed a legal,

Gold’s role in short and long term protection for lower-middle income individuals / families

Gold and wealth is often viewed hand in hand, with gold no longer being a modern measure of wealth alone, many people still believe that buying gold is only an activity for the rich, the reality is nothing could be farther from the truth. A large majority of gold is produced in one ounce bars

The Golden Vortex

It does seem that the prices of gold have taken a turn for the better after a long and arduous downtrend from September 2011, and after nearly scrapping the 1,000 dollar per ounce mark it seems to have bounced back after the 15th of January this year and although it is still below the 1,300

The Silver Climate

Fine Silver (Words) of US SIlver Eagle Coin

For the last 7 years or more gold’s sidekick silver has not been a favourite for the average investor due to the fact that it has not been cheap relatively to gold for nearly 7 years, however the recent silver surge on the ETF platform has created a robust demand for silver indicating that silver

All That Glitters Could Actually Be Gold Investments!

Pile of old gold coins and bullion

Looking back into time a sharp investor would have observed nervous investors moving to add inverse exchange traded funds or contra investments which are basically investments that move in the opposite direction of the stock market. This was affected by most seasoned investors to reduce the volatility of their portfolio because when the market indexes

Britains Biggest Heists: The Brinks Mat Gold Bullion Robbery

Britains Biggest Heists: The Brinks Mat Gold Bullion Robbery

At the Heathrow International Trading Estate on 26 November 1983, a robbery took place which seen the criminals escape with just over 3 tonnes of pure gold bullion, worth an estimated 26 million dollars at the time. Over 3 decades later, only 50% of the bullion has been accounted for, 50% remains missing, and only

Gold buy-back schemes

This Australia Kangaroo Gold Coin was shot on a black background and held with a white glove.

Typically regarded as a “safe haven” in times of economic instability and as a hedge against devaluation, gold is the kind of precious metal that only some can resist. Usually purchased in its physical form through jewelers, goldsmiths, or banks, it represents wealth and a store of value as well as a means of passing