Category: Placement and investment for the Investors (except gold)

  • ☆ How to invest and buy gold in UK: A beginner’s 2024 guide.

    Reading Time: 17 minutes If you’re aiming for quick buying and selling turnovers, physical gold might not be your best bet. Dealers, where I’d recommend new stackers to purchase from, usually slap on premiums starting at around 5%. Essentially, you’re looking at paying a 5% markup above the current market price of gold. When it…

  • GoldMoney review, no personal experience.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Many hold a core position in physical bullion bars and coins, and would use a Goldmoney account as an additional level of precious metals exposure, not as a subsitute for Krugerrands and Gold Sovereigns etc stored close at hand. As veteran gold trader Jim Sinclair once wisely said, if you don’t hold it, you don’t…

  • ☆ Role of gold in your portfolio.

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Investing in gold offers various avenues. Investors can acquire gold bullion, comprising physical gold in the form of coins or bars, or opt for paper-based gold assets such as gold stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), futures, or derivatives. Physical gold investments grant direct ownership and control over the precious metal,…

  • Robinhood 10k Gold Credit Card

    Robinhood 10k Gold Credit Card

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Are you considering adding the new Robinhood Gold card to your collection? It’s intriguing—it’s made of 10k gold, weighing a hefty 36 grams! Plus, there’s a 3% cashback offer, though I must admit, the allure of owning a 10k gold card is quite enticing 😂. The only snag is that you…

  • What Happened to Gold in 1980?

    What Happened to Gold in 1980?

    Reading Time: 2 minutes Throughout the late 70s, gold went on a bull run that was even more dramatic than the current bull market — only it ended suddenly and abruptly in 1980 — destroying the investments and life savings of those who believed “this time was different” and that gold was the only investment…

  • Gold mines in India.

    Reading Time: 4 minutes India stands as one of the world’s largest consumers of gold, annually importing around 800 metric tons of this precious metal. Despite its significant gold ore resources, estimated at 2,191.53 metric tons by the World Gold Council, only a fraction has been explored and exploited, indicating vast untapped potential for gold…