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We are frequently asked many questions about investing in gold. As a guide to customers and for clarity, we have listed many of these questions in this article, which we hope you enjoy reading!
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The best gold investment for beginners is to focus on the well-established UK bullion coins such as Sovereigns and Britannias. Premiums are low on these coins and it’s difficult to go wrong as they’re so easy to sell at excellent prices. Avoid buying proof coins or boxed collectors coins which will cost far more.
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The idea behind gold investment is that the underlying value of gold increases over time. Historically this rate of increase is higher than inflation, so the value of your investment increases in real terms. Investing in gold can take the form of physical bars and coins, gold equity funds, mining shares or ETFs.
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The best UK gold investment is to buy Sovereigns and Britannia coins. Physical ownership means you have no counterparty risk. The bullion coins represent great value compared to proof coins or collector’s coins, and both benefit from a strong second-hand market, so they’re easy to sell. As UK legal tender profits from selling these coins are also free from Capital Gains Tax.
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2018 is a good year to start off in gold investment as gold prices are significantly lower than at the height of the market. Gains may not be straight away, but 2018 is a prudent starting point with Brexit still looming, equity markets due to a large price correction, and credit bubbles brewing in the background. The gold price would likely increase in any of these events.
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As of March 2018, the gold price was around 20% off its all-time high, and around 13% off its high from the past 12 months. This provides a great buying opportunity to buy more gold for the same money. Many experts predict a significant stock market correction any times in the next 18 months which would propel the gold price upwards.
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If you’re wondering how to buy gold investment, then the simplest and safest way is to buy online from a reputable dealer. Research into the broker first and ensure they have a track record. They may be able to offer you guidance as to which coins and bars to buy. For example, gold bars are available in various sizes such 1oz, 100g and 1 kilo and you may need dealer advice as to which is the best to buy for your circumstances. You can either receive the gold yourself or have the dealer store it for you. When the price has risen over time, sell the gold at a profit.
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Gold investment coins include foreign coins such as the Krugerrand
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Daniel Fisher formed physical Gold in 2008, after working in the financial industry for 20 years. He spent much of that time working within the new issue fixed income business at a top tier US bank. In this role, he traded a large book of fixed income securities, raised capital for some of the largest government, financial, and corporate institutions in the world and advised the leading global institutional investors. Daniel is CeFA registered and is a member of the Institute of Financial Planning.