ATTRACTIVE ENTRY POINT
At a time when the world is trying to adapt to changes in global monetary policy, the gold price is yet to reflect the inherent risks of aggressively higher interest rates destabilising growth.
Unlike buying shares or other capital markets products, there is no requirement to register ownership of gold. Physical gold is one of the only forms of private investment left today.
INHERITANCE & LEGACY
Physical gold can be a tax efficient way in which to gift your wealth to loved ones.
INSURANCE AGAINST INFLATION
In times of inflation, gold’s value tends to increase in line with other products and commodities.
DIVERSIFY YOUR PORTFOLIO
Gold tends to increase in value when other commonly held assets fall. For this reason, invest in gold as part of your portfolio diversification.
According to the World Gold Council, the amount of gold bought annually has quadrupled since the early 1970s, outstripping the tripling of the gold produced each year.
Certain types of physical gold are free from any tax on growth. This includes gold we supply.
SITS OUTSIDE THE BANKING SYSTEM
Individuals who convert their savings or pension into physical gold are essentially removing their wealth from the banking system and any associated counterparty risks.
Physical gold is recognised and sought after all over the world and as such can be exchanged for global currency, goods or services and can be easily liquidated.
Unlike currency, gold cannot simply be created; its finite supply ensures its enduring value. Estimates suggest there is only enough gold in the world to fill 3.3 Olympic-sized swimming pools.