Investing in bullion – An overview
Gold is typically considered a safe-haven, with comparatively steady prices during times of economic..
Most people would be comfortable with modest amounts of cash kept at home for day to day necessities. Similarly, many Gold owners like to keep a small portion of their investment close to hand should they need to release some capital in a hurry.
We have listed the Five questions most commonly asked by newcomers to the precious metals market. What are the most important questions that you would ask?
UKBullion’s guide to a beginners guide to Silver Bullion.
The element of Silver is represented by the chemical symbol Ag for its Latin..
Every investor knows that there are times when you may need to release some of the capital tied into your bullion portfolio,this is why UK..
As many of you will be aware part of gold’s intrinsic value is its timeless lustre, gold has the useful property of being tarnish resistan..
Availability of rare and expensive ‘White’ metals such as Platinum and Palladium in the early 20th Century developed a demand for ‘White’ Gold alloys. Here we discuss how these are made.
Hallmarking is a necessary part of the production process for Precious metals as they are rarely used in their purest form. Instead, they ..
Here at UK Bullion we stock a wide range of Gold Coins and Bars. The range of products that we stock often leads to the question; Gold coi..
Many websites suggest investing in fine art and jewellery, however these options can leave the investor liable to pay capital gains tax upon any profit realised from their subsequent sale. In UKBullions Guide to Gold Investment we look at the options.