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How to Buy Gold, Part 2: Gold Bars and Gold Jewelry

Gold Bars: Gold is also sold in bars that are usually 99.5 to 99.99 percent fine. Popular gold refineries include PAMP, Credit Suisse, Johnson Matthey, and Metalor. You’ll see the names of these refineries stamped on the bars they process.

Choose a weight to buy. Clearly, the greater the weight, the greater its price will be. Something else to keep in mind is your ability to safely store it.

  • The American Eagle Gold Coin and the other coins listed above are made in four weights: 1 oz., 0.5 oz., 0.25 oz. and 0.10 oz.
  • Gold bullion bars are generally sold by the ounce and include 1 oz.,- 10 oz.- and 100 oz.-bars.

 

Gold Jewelry: The problem with buying gold jewelry as an investment is that you pay a premium for the craftsmanship and the desirability of the design. Any piece of jewelry marked 14 Karat or less will be below investment quality and any resale for the sake of investing will be impacted by the need to refine the gold.On the other hand, it is possible to pick up antique or vintage gold for very little at estate sales and similar auctions if the worth is not realized, or if people simply don't bid much for it. Older pieces carry more value due to their unique craftsmanship, so this can be a lucrative and enjoyable way to collect gold.

 

 

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