Gold Silver Bar Pricing

July 9, 2009 – Gold and silver bar pricing has shown impressive upward movement in the past few years, and today I would like to focus on how you could find the best prices simply by utilizing a few effective strategies. As you may already know, gold and silver bar pricing fluctuates on a daily basis with the spot prices of gold and silver. Individual bars such as the ones produced by Johnson Matthey, Credit Suisse and Engelhard usually hold premiums of about 5% above spot prices, yet I have noticed that several local and nationwide dealers charge much higher premiums. In order to avoid paying an unnecessary premium, it’s very important that you deal directly with a reputable, nationwide wholesale dealer that gives household and institutional discounts. Doing so could save a significant amount of money in the long run, giving you more funds to purchase more bars.

When looking for the lowest gold and silver bar pricing, one of the first things that you should consider is the reputability of a precious metal exchange. Using websites such as the Better Business Bureau ( could help you determine how reputable a company is. Always make sure that you feel comfortable dealing with a particular exchange, no matter how low their gold and silver bar pricing may be. If you seek further information on gold and silver investing, or if you would like to learn more about the market, feel free to browse this website for useful tips and strategies that could help you maximize your investment potential.

Shannon King

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