Gold has always been a safe haven for people during times of unrest and that has been especially true in 2020 when the price of the yellow metal started the year at around $1,500 per ounce and by early August had breeched the $2,000 barrier. Geopolitical tensions between China and the United States has also helped fuel the skyrocketing demand. Meanwhile, demand for gold in China and India — the world’s two largest buyers of gold bars, coins and jewelry — plunged after the pandemic stalled imports and caused desperate buyers in those countries to empty the reserves of dealers. One can’t help but wonder what will happen to gold prices if, or more likely when, Chinese and Indian demand bounces back.
For many coin collectors today, buying gold bars is more than just a fun way to add bullion to their collections. And one of the most popular ways to secure physical gold bullion is by acquiring minted ingots from a reputable source like Switzerland’s Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux, better known as PAMP Suisse, one of the world’s most trusted refiners and fabricators of precious metals.
In this offer you can acquire as much or as little gold as you want through these PAMP Suisse Ten-Gram Gold Bars. Each bar was struck in highly pure 99.99% and measures 25 mm x 15 mm and comes in a tamper evident assay card. This makes it easy to see that the bars were not inappropriately handled thus ensuring proper weight and fineness. The obverse of each bar displays the image of “Lady Fortuna” while the reverse shows the bar’s weight, purity and unique serial number.
What’s more, PAMP employed its exclusive Veriscan technology to create an especially effective anti-counterfeit device. The Veriscan technology uses microscopic topography to identify the registered product. Each bar is scanned at its time of production and, when scanned by the customer, is authenticated within the Veriscan database.
Go for the gold and secure one — or several — of these PAMP Fortuna Ten-Gram Gold Bars today!
For thousands of years, economies began to develop through the exchange of livestock, grain, vegetables, and even cowrie shells. Lydia, a kingdom in western Asia Minor, altered the course of history in about 600 BC by starting to use coins as media of exchange. The coins were valued based on their weight and metal content, and the original gold standard was born when the Lydians developed a method…