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For centuries, buying physical gold has been recognized as one of the best ways to store wealth and preserve purchasing power. In addition to these well-established attributes, modern day investors continue to buy gold bullion bars for their portfolio diversification properties.
Monex offers gold bars in three convenient forms. The 10 ounce gold bullion bar of at least .995 fine purity is the standard industry unit. Also available is the 32.15 troy ounce gold “kilobar,” a one kilogram bar of at least .999 fine gold purity. Both of these gold bars are hallmarked by a leading refiner to certify weight and purity and are available for personal delivery or storage.
For those who desire the finest investment-grade gold bullion bars available, we offer the exclusive Monex-certified 10 ounce gold bullion ingot. Composed of pure .9999 fine gold, this magnificent bar is one of the purest available to investors today. Each bar’s weight and purity is certified and guaranteed by Monex; and is further hallmarked by Heraeus, a world-leading refiner, and the reputable Austrian Mint.
Please note: Although this is our main gold bar offering, Monex may also offer larger gold bar sizes, including 400 ounce gold bars, by request.
Gold bullion bars are real, tangible assets, and throughout history, have been an ideal store of value. They are extremely liquid investments, easily stored and transported, and can be a uniquely private way to preserve one's wealth.
And finally, for those who want the finest investment-grade gold bullion bars available, (*Although these are our main offerings of gold bars, Monex could also offer larger gold bar sizes, including 400 ounce gold bars, by demand.) we proudly offer the exclusive Monex-certified 10 ounce gold bullion ingot...composed of pure .9999 (or "four-nines") fine gold bullion—among the purest gold bullion bars available to investors today. Each bar is certified, with its weight and purity guaranteed by Monex, and each bar is further hallmarked by Heraeus, one of the world's leading refiners, and the 800 year-old Austrian Mint, one of the world's leading minting institutions.
Gold bullion bars are real, tangible assets, and throughout history, have been an ideal store of value and an excellent hedge against inflation, deflation and political uncertainty. They are extremely liquid investments, easily stored and transported, and can be a uniquely private way to preserve one's wealth.
Call a Monex Account Representative today to discuss how a gold bullion investment could and possibly should become part of your investment portfolio.
With billions of dollars in transaction volume, a sizable buy-and-sell market and consistently competitive prices, Monex remains a preferred source for buying gold bars.
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Why should I invest in gold bullion?
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 gold, have been used to hedge against a declining U.S. dollar. Simply look to 2009, though a recession occurred, gold experienced a 25% increase. This investment could also offer outstanding price appreciation and profit.
Should I invest in silver or gold bullion?
Investments in either gold or silver are completely reliant on your personal preferences. The most important consideration is to be sure you are fully informed in the metals markets. Our website offers amazing resources to help you decide which investment is right for you. To understand more about why you should invest in gold, silver, palladium or platinum, visit our “Why Precious Metals” page and also take advantage of Monex' proprietary “Market Outlook Reports” which contains investor information regarding the four precious metals we have to offer.
What is the difference between gold bullion and gold coins?
Gold coins are more aesthetically pleasing, boasting detailed artistic designs such as the bald eagle on a Gold American Eagle or the American Bison on the American Buffalo Gold coin. Though gold bullion does not contain such striking imagery, solid pure gold ingots are extremely beautiful to hold and an incredible precious metal to own. Although ten ounces of pure gold bullion and ten one ounce coins have the same intrinsic value, investment grade gold coins trade at a premium. As a result, gold bullion is often selected for larger commercial investments; and coins, which are truly rare and historically significant, vary in price according to numismatic collector supply and demand and typically not relative to their intrinsic metal value.
How much gold is needed to diversify a portfolio?
For those that appreciate how gold works 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 gold, or other precious metals. However, investors often purchase more when economic or geopolitical uncertainty in the markets and around the world rises. Mathematically, “How Much Gold” over time would have suggested preferred diversification is close to 10%, but certainly your preferred mix of assets is dictated by your personal views and preferences.
What factors affect the price of gold?
Arguably, gold has the freest market value mechanism of all assets in the world. As such, economic factors determine the price of gold, mainly the decline of the U.S. dollar, or other fiat currencies which it is measured by. Decreases in the value of currency leads to higher prices of gold and greater appreciation for its value as true, honest money. Also, uncertainty in the financial markets such as interest rates, stock prices and political uncertainties generally lead to greater demand for gold and greater appreciation in the price of gold.
What are the advantages of storing my metals 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 gold 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 gold bullion?
The best places to get information for investing in gold bullion would be our Gold 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 gold purchases reported for tax purposes?
Your purchases of gold do not require reporting to the IRS. Reportable gold products include your sale of 32.15 ounces or more of gold bullion, 25 or more gold one-ounce Maple Leaf coins and gold one-ounce Krugerrand coins. Feel free to discuss any questions you may have regarding reportability of precious metals with your Account Representative.
Which gold ingot sizes are most popular?
The most popular size of ingot is our ten-ounce gold bar for its ability to offer lower premiums, yet great divisibility. This low cost form of pure gold 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 Monex live prices for gold?
The best place to find live prices for gold is on the Monex Live Prices page found using our live prices tab, and through the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones. Along with gold you will also have access to live prices for silver, platinum and palladium.