Bleyer Bullion

Blog posts tagged with 'precious metal beginners guide'

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.
Interest rates play a part in all of our lives, whether we like it or not. But what are interest rates and why do they rise and fall? This week's article explores this principle in more detail. We look at the main factors affecting interest rate rises and the implications of this on precious metal prices.
In this article, we'll be looking at the term ‘spot price’; what this is, why investors use these to secure purchases of commodities and contracts, and how this relates specifically to precious metals.
We'll be looking at 'fundamentals' and why investors use these to predict future prices in markets. It's important to understand a fundamental is, the main differences between 'internal' and 'external' fundamentals, and how to use this information to better aid your investment decision-making process.
This week, a customer tells us about his investment journey, why he chose to invest in physical precious metals, and his reasons for choosing to invest in gold. Here's his story.
One of Bleyer's core business motives is to make bullion investment more accessible to everyone. We hope that this article prompts a greater understanding as to why investing in paper gold and silver is not the same as owning your very own Physical Precious metals.
Adverts and music videos sell the idea that possessions, designer labels and constant spending is a sign of wealth. Whereas the opposite is actually true - Financial success is being in control of our money, not our money in control of us. So, let’s take a look at 10 great financial habits that will help us save money in both the short and long-term.
Investing in Precious Metals can, and is, stressful - because it is investing! And investing our hard earned cash is stressful precisely because it’s 'hard earned'. So, what does the question mean – is it actually the least stressful way to earn money?
Today we discuss the advantages of holding Proof vs bullion coins.