Gold: How to Invest?
Despite precious metals still being a small part of investors’ portfolios thebenefits of ownership are becoming better known, yet the methods by whichone invests in such instruments are less known.The creation of ‘physically backed’ ETFs in our opinion has given investors afalse sense of ownership and the belief they own an instrument that performsequivalent to bullion.
Gold Bullion coins and bars 0.9999 fineness grade legal tender/ LBMA
Gold Certificates – Perth Mint Certificate Programme (AAA rated)
Precious Metals Bullion Funds – Hinde Gold Fund
ETF - Gold & Silver exchange traded funds – GLD, SLV etc
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