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This article dives into each Brexit event and shows you how it has all had an effect on gold prices. Allow us to present our Brexit timeline and the impact on gold prices from 2016 - 2019.
When we think of precious metals, many of us will only think of Gold and Silver. Yet Bleyer stock other precious metals as well, including Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium. Today, we’re going to focus on the rarest of them all, Rhodium. Here are some very interesting facts about this precious metal.
If you're an investor or collector of physical bullion bars and coins, you don’t store your precious metals offshore, then a popular method of storing your precious metals may be at home. Here are our top suggestions on ingenious places to store your bullion at home.
There is a reason high street banks have often called their higher income account their 'Platinum Account'. The word platinum is synonymous with high value, timeless quality and trusted investment. But why is this? Learn more in our list of 7 interesting facts about investing in platinum.
Some of you may already be investing in Gold and Silver, but how can we share a little of this investment with family and younger loved ones? Find out 4 ways your gold investment will benefit your children and grandchildren, in this article.
Silver stacking is a term that has grown in popularity and is now used to describe a person who accumulates small pieces of silver like coins, bars, and other hand poured silver items. This article takes a further look at what stacking is, and what it means to be a serious silver stacker.
We continue to meet the varying needs of clients wanting to flexibly hold a proportion of their wealth in this ancient and trusted form. But how has the value of Gold changed in the last 50 years? Learn more in this article.
When sending valuable items in the post you should ensure your parcel is discreet, secure, insured and sent with the correct courier. Read our top tips on sending valuables in the post.
Gold, the world’s first ever currency, has seen its fair share of ups and downs. Throughout history, it has served as a reliable way to measure, exchange and demonstrate wealth, but why? Why is it that gold, above all other elements, was chosen to be used as currency? In this article, we’ll be exploring the answer to that question and looking a bit deeper into the uses for gold and whether gold still serves as a strong investment option in the modern investment portfolio.
Over the years extremely rare coins have surfaced and been auctioned off for extortionate amounts. Read our recent article to learn about the coins that have fetched the most at auction.