5 Reasons To Own Gold

5 Reasons To Own Gold

As we hope for gold at the Commonwealth Games, it's worth knowing why gold is the most sought after metal in the world

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Gold

5 Reasons To Own Gold

It's all covered in full detail in the wonderful illustrations below, but here's a sneak preview:

  • To Diversify Your Portfolio
  • As A Storage Of Value
  • It's A Safe Haven Asset
  • The Supply And Demand Fundamentals
  • Contrarianism

Recent Jumps In The Gold Price

Problem areas, such as Ukraine/Russia and Israel/Gaza, affect the world's economies. It's therefore no surprise the gold price has been on the move. Between January and March 2014, it rose 16%, though it fell back a bit.  It was on the rise again last month, increasing by as much as 8%.

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Gold Can Be Bought With A SIPP

Unfortunately, you can't pop down to your 'Cash For Gold' merchant with your SIPP Bank Account to buy yourself a few gold nuggets. Your SIPP can only hold a particular type of gold, that's effectively SIPP approved.  You'll find details of how to buy gold for your SIPP in our Members Area.

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