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With gold coins, these will typically not be of the same purity levels as gold bars. They typically contain 91%-92% gold. With that said, the price of coins in terms of weight, can be more than that of gold bar. This is due to the collectability which some of the coins have. Determining this collectability though is another area of expertise altogether, and if you are looking for the most straight forward physical gold investment possible, then bars are likely the best place to start.
For silver buyers who are unsure of the best time to buy silver or are concerned about movements in the silver price, an accumulation approach known as dollar cost averaging may be appropriate. This approach involves saving in silver on a regular basis and can be handy when you e.g. have a certain discretionary amount of savings each month for which you would like to buy silver. BullionStar’s Bullion Savings Program (BSP) facilitates regular savings in fully allocated silver grams BSP grams can be bought and sold back to BullionStar, and the process is fully controllable by the account holder via Your Account BSP Silver Grams can be converted to physical bullion bars, produced by LBMA refineries, at any time without any extra cost whatsoever. The resulting bars can be withdrawn and delivered to the account holder or else kept in storage in BullionStar’s secure storage vault in Singapore.
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There has been a lot of focus on the outstanding concentrated short positionsâ€ on the COMEX, whereby a few banks maintain huge positions of paper futures contracts betting against a rise in the silver price. If U.S. regulators finally change their rules on the size of position limits, this could allow the market to go back to a more natural balance. There is also the potential for a short squeeze that propels prices significantly higher.