Gold Bullion

July 23, 2009 – Since the beginning of the year, gold and silver have increased in value significantly while mainstream investing markets showed weakness as a result of a contracting economy, and today I would like to focus on gold bullion in particular because it is the most popular precious metal diversification available at the moment. Gold bullion is usually used by investors who seek short-term profit with the metal, meaning that they simply want to hold their coins for a few months in order to profit from rising spot prices. Many investors prefer bullion products over other precious metal investments because their low premium, usually no more than 5%, makes it easy for them to purchase and sell in an instant.

As far as products are concerned, the gold bullion market is very diverse and there are many different products that could work well for some investors and not so well for others. Bullion bars are very popular because several investors love seeing neatly stacked bars in their safety vaults. Some of the most popular bullion bars are produced by Johnson Matthey, Pamp Suisse and Credit Suisse. On the other hand, bullion coins are also very popular because of their unique designs that are fully authenticated and guaranteed by the world’s leading gold producers. Some of the most popular bullion coins are the American Eagles, Austrian Philharmonics, Canadian Maple Leafs, Chinese Pandas and South African Krugerrands. If you seek more information on gold bullion, feel free to further explore this website or visit

Shannon King

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