Category: How to invest in gold

  • Comparison of Goldmoney and Bullionvault

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Owning gold has become much easier over the last decade. The idea of allocated gold, owning fractions of gold bullion bars stored in vaults, has resulted in customers having greater access to gold on terms applicable to their circumstances. Two of the most popular outfits offering allocated gold, GoldMoney and BullionVault,…

  • Bullionvault review, personal experience.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes I first opened an account early in 2012, so this Bullionvault review is the result of personal experience. Uncertainty in financial markets makes investors very nervous. Theoretically, risk can be modeled accurately. Uncertainty is non-mathematical and cannot be compensated for using traditional valuation metrics. Uncertainty has increased in the global financial…

  • Buying Gold bars Vs. Buying Coins – Which One’s More Secure?

    Reading Time: 6 minutes First time gold buyers are always a little frazzled when it’s about choosing what kind of stuff to go for. Either it’s the gold bullion they want to invest in, or is the gold coins that have always been a medium of currency since the medieval ages. Well one thing is…

  • UK list of coins recognised as investment gold coins. 2024.

    Reading Time: 8 minutes Gold bullion is not subjected to VAT. Under UK tax regulations, gold bullion is categorized as investment gold and thus qualifies for exemption. HM Revenue and Customs have augmented the European Commission’s list with their own, comprising gold coins eligible for the investment gold coins exemption. Notably, coins minted by The…

  • Walmart is a highly underrated gold bullion dealer 😎. Costco Vs Walmart

    Walmart is a highly underrated gold bullion dealer 😎. Costco Vs Walmart

    Reading Time: 3 minutes When it comes to purchasing precious metals, I’ve been a regular at both Walmart and Costco. However, lately, my preference has tilted significantly towards Walmart, especially when comparing it to Costco. Let me break it down. Firstly, let’s talk about the deals. Costco, with its Executive Membership and credit card perks,…

  • Do you have to declare gold coins at US customs below $10,000?

    Reading Time: < 1 minute Yes, when traveling to the USA, it’s crucial to declare all gold coins, regardless of their value, according to US customs regulations. Failure to do so can result in penalties and confiscation of the undeclared items. Even if the value of the gold coins is below $10,000, they must still…