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We were recently asked to explain how we calculate our prices for buying precious metals from our customers, so we thought we'd explain in a transparent way, how it is that we work this cost out using bid/ask prices. Learn more in this article.
Are you an investor with a multi-asset portfolio? This week, we're taking a look at 'alternative investments' and how this solution of diversification is beneficial to investors.
You may have heard of the term 'Capital Gains Tax' but you might not quite understand how it relates to your precious metal investments. This article looks to explore CGT in more detail.
This article gives an analysis of each Brexit event and shows you how it had an effect on gold prices. Allow us to present our Brexit timeline and the impact on gold prices from 2016 - 2019.
You may have heard in recent news that global central banks have been increasing their stockpiles and buying up gold. But why are they doing this and what does it mean? Learn more in this article.
Basel III was designed to protect us from the types of chaos the economic world has experienced over the past couple of decades. But what is it? This article explores more.
Psyche is an asteroid that NASA is currently studying, whose precious metal value is estimated at a phenomenal $700 quintillion. For the first time ever, we are exploring a world made not of rock or ice, but of metal. This week's article explores more.
Would you be willing to travel to the bottom of the ocean’s depths in search of lost treasure? What we know is what has been discovered by those who have gone out in search of lost treasure. In this article, you'll find some of our favorite underwater treasure discoveries.
While the production processes are worlds apart, with modern methods of metallurgy being far safer and more reliable, with technological developments; the tradition of using gold has been traced back as far as the 6th century BC. Presenting the world's first gold coin.
Due to gold's rarity, people have had to come up with a standard of measurement that can determine how much gold is actually in a bar of gold. This article looks at the term 'carat' and why it's used to measure gold.