Buying Gold Bullion Made Easy

Gold is the bedrock asset of any portfolio

Buying gold is an important way to preserve your purchasing power. It is a widely accepted principle that any serious investor should hold at least 10% of their portfolio in precious metals. Physical gold is a reliable and trustworthy asset, and is therefore an insurance against today’s monetary turmoil. Find out more about why to purchase gold.

As well as gold, you may also consider purchasing other precious metals such as silver, platinum, and palladium. Find out more about these metals and how you can optimise and diversify your portfolio.

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Economical and Safe

When you buy gold with us you enjoy economical, transparent pricing and the highest standards of security as part of the Goldmoney Standard.

Buying gold through your Goldmoney Holding attracts a lower premium than buying gold coins. We offer allocated metal with 100% customer ownership. This is unrivalled by gold ETFs, pool accounts, and gold certificates, as nearly all of these types of investment operate on a fractional reserve basis. Find out more about all of Goldmoney’s benefits.

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Buying Gold Made Easy

At Goldmoney we make it easy for you to buy gold bullion online. You can start with any amount as there is no minimum purchase. How to buy gold with Goldmoney? The first step to becoming a Goldmoney customer is to sign up for free. In our 'How It Works' section you will find an overview of the sign-up process. It is quick and easy, and only takes a few minutes if you live in one of the 'fast-tracked' countries.

At Goldmoney, our primary concern is the protection of your wealth.

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0.01% - 0.018%

The science behind gold

Gold is unique amongst the noble metals due both to its distinctive yellow color and near complete non-reactivity with other elements. Indeed, it is precisely this non-reactivity which leads to gold having relatively few industrial uses and, to the extent it is used, makes gold relatively easy to re-extract and recycle either for other industrial uses or to be moved back into bullion or jewellery form. Gold's malleability and ductility are legendary, with a single gram of leaf able to cover one square meter. (If beaten thinly enough, gold becomes semi-transparent, allowing blue and green light to pass through. Small amounts of gold can also stretch into long wires without snapping.

Gold's density and rarity combined with near-universal desirability imply a high density of value. This allows for low high-security vaulting costs for even highly valuable amounts of bullion. Indeed, a huge amount of gold, valued in the billions of dollars, can be stored in vaults of only a few cubic metres. The same cannot be said of other metals, nor of physical cash.

Gold's unique properties, near-zero reactivity and entropy, the lowest storage costs and highest liquidity of all noble metals make gold the monetary metal par excellence. If there is to be a single global metal-based monetary standard in the future, as could result from the chronic and widespread mismanagement of fiat currencies generally, gold is not only in first place for remonetisation; it is simply miles ahead of the other noble metals. Whether that ever comes about or not, anyone wanting to preserve value in all possible circumstances: good times, bad times, very bad times, revolution, war, you name it, gold is the obvious metal to acquire and accumulate.