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10 oz Palladium Bullion Bars
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What to Know Before Ordering
10 oz Palladium Bullion Bars at a Glance:
- 10 Troy ounce of .9995 pure palladium
- Hallmarked with weight and purity certification
- Manufactured by a world-leading refinery
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs
- Sold individually
Monex proudly offers 10 ounce bars of pure .999 fine palladium for sale through our knowledgeable Account Representatives. For more information about how to buy palladium bars, call us today.
Monex account representatives are available between 5:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Pacific time each Monday through Friday (except national holidays) and on many weekends.
10 oz Palladium Bullion Bars Specifications and Background
Palladium is used extensively in the manufacturing of automotive catalytic converters and essential in the jewelry industry. It is also used in dentistry, watch making, and in the production of surgical instruments and electrical contacts. Palladium, however, is often used interchangeably with platinum in some industrial segments. A unique combination of increased industrial demand, inconsistencies in its manufacturing use, and challenges in sourcing the metal gives palladium its attractive investment potential. The price of palladium has been, and could again be, extremely volatile, providing investors with a significant opportunity for speculative profit.
Overall, palladium is in demand by investors for its monetary benefits as a store of wealth, the diversity it can bring to a portfolio, and its ability to work as a hedge against inflation. And like its silver and gold counterparts, some investors prefer palladium bullion bars when looking to acquire larger quantities of the metal.
Available for personal delivery or storage through the convenient Monex Atlas program, each 10 oz palladium bar is manufactured by one of the world's leading refiners, consists of 10 troy ounces of .9995 fine palladium and is hallmarked to certify weight and purity.
People Also Ask
Why should I invest in palladium bars?
Investors and experts have often recommended that 10% to 20% of an investor’s assets should be invested in precious metals but the reasons for investing don’t stop there. Throughout history, precious metals, including palladium, have been used to hedge against a declining U.S. dollar. In times of uncertainty, an investment in palladium bullion could also offer outstanding price appreciation and profit.
What is the best palladium bullion price?
Offering a reliable bullion marketplace for over 50 years, Monex companies have been recognized as an industry benchmark for investing in precious metals. Most importantly, Monex offers very attractive round-turn competitive prices quoted live online. To learn more about how to invest in our palladium products and current palladium prices, contact an Account Representative.
What factors affect the price of palladium?
As with other precious metals, a primary driver for the value of palladium is investor demand. Because palladium is a commodity, the price of palladium can also be affected by the need for it in manufacturing products, global legislation, above ground reserves, and especially mine supply.
How much palladium is needed to diversify a portfolio?
For those that appreciate how palladium could work to improve investment reward vs volatility/risk in a portfolio, it is recommended that a minimum of 10% of an investment portfolio should be in precious metals, such as palladium. However, investors often purchase more when economic or geopolitical uncertainty in the markets and around the world rises. Your preferred mix of assets will always be dictated by your personal views and preferences.
What is the difference between palladium bars and palladium coins?
Palladium coins are more aesthetically pleasing, containing amazing designs such as those found on the Palladium Maple Leaf coins. Though palladium bullion does not contain such striking imagery, solid palladium ingots, like 10 oz. Palladium Bullion bars, are extremely beautiful to hold and an incredible precious metal to own. Ten ounces of palladium bullion and 10 one ounce coins have the same intrinsic value, but investment grade palladium coins trade at a premium while having the advantages of their smaller format and improved authenticity features.
What palladium ingot sizes are most popular?
The most popular size of ingot is our 10 oz. Palladium bar for its ability to offer lower premiums and great divisibility. This low cost form of physical palladium metal is also a great way for new and veteran investors entering the precious metals market to experience how the metals move with markets.
Where can I see live Monex prices for palladium?
The best place to find live prices for palladium is on the Monex Live Prices page and through the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones. Along with palladium you will also have access to live prices for gold, silver, and platinum.
Visit our Live Prices page for up to the minute precious metals prices or visit our palladium price charts page to view historical pricing data.
What are the advantages of storing palladium with a depository through Monex?
Whether you choose to have your metal delivered to your home, or stored in a depository custodian's vault, the option is yours. Monex can arrange for investors to store unlimited amounts of palladium in a secured third party depository like Brinks or any other depositories we work with. In addition to the gained comfort and satisfaction in knowing that your investment is safely guarded according to industry standards, stored metal provides you with the benefit of being able to liquidate your investment quicker. You may direct Monex to ship your fully paid metal investment at any time.
How can I get more Information about investing in palladium bars?
The best places to get information for investing in palladium bullion would be our Palladium Investing page. You will also be able to subscribe to our Precious Metals Review (PMR) and our Precious Metals News section. Both of these subscriptions help to keep you informed on up-to-date information on the precious metals markets.
Are palladium purchases reportable for tax purposes?
Your purchases of palladium do not require reporting to the IRS. Reportable palladium products include your sale of 100 ounces or more of palladium bullion. Feel free to discuss any questions you may have regarding reportability of precious metals with your Account Representative.
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