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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.
In this week's article, we'll be looking at what a silver round is, why investors and collectors would buy these, and the main differences of silver rounds and silver coins.
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.
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.
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.
Determining what type of bullion to invest in between gold bars or coins can be slightly difficult. Find out the pros and cons of both in this article.
While it’s probably best to store your gold at a bank in a safe deposit box, there are also alternative methods to store and hide gold at home. Find out some popular ways in this article.