Like platinum, palladium is a naturally white precious metal that is often overshadowed by gold and silver. Palladium is found in Russia, Canada, South Africa and the United States, and is a rare metal that has an increasing industrial demand. Although both platinum and palladium are used in industry, palladium is generally cheaper than platinum and has become a lower-cost alternative. Thanks to its rarity and high industrial value, palladium is a safe haven asset with excellent investment potential.
If you’re thinking about investing in palladium, purchasing bullion bars is a smart choice. Palladium bars usually have a lower premium over the spot price than coins and are the best option for storing large amounts of physical palladium. It’s important that your palladium bars have a millesimal fineness of .9995, so be sure to do your research before investing. We also recommend you buy bars that have been manufactured by leading mints, such as Valcambi, Engelhard, Credit Suisse and PAMP Suisse.
Palladium bars are easy to purchase and store, and have gradually become one of the top precious metals investments. There are many bar sizes to consider, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a bullion bar to suit your budget. We should point out that the larger bars can be harder to trade, so it’s important to really think about your long-term investment goals before buying platinum or any other precious metals bars for that matter.
Here at Capital Gold Group, we have an impressive selection of palladium bars that are perfect for your portfolio. Our precious metals experts are also available to offer you further advice about any of the palladium bars featured on our website, so please feel free to contact us with your questions.
Palladium coins are more collectible than bullion bars because they feature intricate designs. The premium tends to be slightly higher than the spot price of palladium because of all the work that goes into producing such artistic coins. Palladium coins also have the status of legal tender and are produced only by government mints around the globe. There are plenty of palladium coins to choose from including Chinese Palladium Pandas and Russian Palladium Ballerinas.
Demand for palladium coins can often exceed supply, with many mints selling out of product. Many world mints also strike limited edition releases, which are classified as annual collectors’ items. If you want to add palladium coins to a precious metals IRA they must be .9995 pure, which is 99.95% pure palladium. For example, the American Palladium Eagle, Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf and Australian Palladium Emu coin are IRA eligible since they all meet the minimum fineness requirements.
Capital Gold Group offers palladium coins from various government mints including the U.S. Mint, Perth Mint and Royal Canadian Mint to name just a few. We hand pick all of our coins to ensure each item is genuine and stock a wide selection of physical palladium that appeals to both collectors and investors.
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