The 4 Most Important Questions You Need to Ask
How to store your gold once you have invested in precious metals is the most important question that you need to answer.
In this video update GoldCore CEO Stephen Flood, draws on 24 years of experience in financial markets to give you a framework to understand the most important aspects of owning and storing gold safely, that you must consider.
In today’s uncertain world with continued economic and political upheaval the benefits of owning the precious metals of gold and silver have never been more important. However, how you own and how you store your gold and silver will be the key determinant in whether your decision to buy gold has actually provided you with the safe-haven investment that you had intended it to be.
Many popular forms of gaining exposure to the gold or silver price are just that, ways of gaining exposure to the gold or silver price. They are not suitable substitutes for the long-term investor that is looking for financial insurance for their portfolio. Understanding the difference between these various forms of paper gold and digital gold and investing and owning physical gold and silver which is securely stored and easily transferred and converted to cash is a must for every astute investor.
In order to maintain a healthy return on your investment it is necessary to be aware of all of the potential hidden fees that are a natural by-product of low upfront cost paper and digital gold alternatives to the real thing.
This video gives you the framework to enact the age old advice when it comes to the unsuitable alternatives – Buyer Beware!
News and Commentary
Gold Prices (LBMA PM)
11 Apr: USD 1,304.65, GBP 997.01 & EUR 1,152.43 per ounce
10 Apr: USD 1,304.80, GBP 998.04 & EUR 1,157.44 per ounce
09 Apr: USD 1,303.00, GBP 995.13 & EUR 1,155.00 per ounce
08 Apr: USD 1,297.10, GBP 993.58 & EUR 1,154.29 per ounce
05 Apr: USD 1,288.90, GBP 985.11 & EUR 1,147.51 per ounce
Silver Prices (LBMA)
11 Apr: USD 15.25, GBP 11.66 & EUR 13.53 per ounce
10 Apr: USD 15.25, GBP 11.66 & EUR 13.53 per ounce
09 Apr: USD 15.25, GBP 11.66 & EUR 13.53 per ounce
08 Apr: USD 15.14, GBP 11.60 & EUR 13.47 per ounce
05 Apr: USD 15.19, GBP 11.63 & EUR 13.53 per ounce
Recent Market Updates
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– Silver Bullion Set to Soar to $50 an Ounce (GoldCore Video)
– Perth Mint’s Gold Bullion Sales Surge 68% In March
– 7 Reasons – Including Brexit – To Worry About the Global Economy In Charts
– Central Banks Continue to Buy Gold at a Record Clip