A variety of ratios and indicators can be pointed to in order to make that statement: “Stocks are expensive.” However, in the end, you need to remember that you always need a reference point to measure the value of something.
At Global Gold, we often get the question of what is better, Allocated or Unallocated storage for one's precious metals. Global Gold's Scott Schamber explains the difference between the two options, and why we prefer one over the other.
At Global Gold, our allocated precious metals services are firmly focused on the preservation of wealth. For this purpose, all of our operations and processes are designed to ensure the highest possible level of safety for our clients. This commitment is especially important in relation to the growing security and privacy risks of the cyber space.
Global Gold offers a very unique storage option that, to our knowledge, is not available through any other international precious metals program. This solution allows you to keep your precious metals in a private Key Box, stored safely in a high-security vault in Zurich, Switzerland. Contrary to other similar services, this box needn’t be visited for access. Instead, it can be delivered anywhere in the world upon request and a...
Precious metals such as platinum, palladium, gold and silver are traded continuously. Mostly, they are traded at the current, or spot market, price. However, they are also traded “in the future” on the basis of future contracts. The relationship between that “future” price and the spot price is referred to as either Contango or Backwardation.
In Switzerland, thousands of tons of gold are stored and produced every year. More and more vaults are being built as international investors continue allocating more wealth in precious metals. But how do those investors know that their gold is real? The tests described below can afford some certainty and peace of mind.