Buy PAMP Suisse Gold Bars
Physical stores and online are two straight-forward ways that you can buy PAMP Suisse gold bars, and it may well be one of the best investments you will make this decade. The last decade already delivered a massive return on investment for goldbugs who were savvy enough all the way back in the early 2000′s to realise that the tide had already begun to turn, but this secular gold bull is far from over yet and great returns are still expected in the coming years. Hot-shot analyst and financial expert Peter Schiff is big on owning physical gold such as PAMP Suisse gold bars. You only have to watching his interviews to see why and how strongly he feels about the subject. In his eyes, the Fed should have let the economy fail back in 2008 and all of the QE programs have just been delaying the inevitable. He has on numerous occasions stated that Bernanke’s bold policies will only inhibit growth and job creation. The Fed will never be able to produce a vibrant economy through money printing and the dollar index is destined to drop radically. Schiff feels that real assets like silver and gold are the best place for investors to be.
How to Buy PAMP Suisse Gold Bars Online
The following table lists the prices of 1oz suisse gold bars on a selection of reputable bullion dealers. The data gives an idea on the mark-up that each dealer charges.
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Buying PAMP Suisse gold bars from a reputable dealer is highly recommended as the following incident reports. With gold demand going through the roof, forgeries are increasing. Last March 2012, a news story broke that a tungsten filled gold bar had been discovered in the UK.
Apparently Manhattan jewelry dealer Ibrahim Fadl decided to drill into over $100,000 worth of 10 oz PAMP Suisse gold bars because he had heard rumors of tungsten filled gold bars. Rather than $18,000 worth of gold in each, Fadl discovered beautiful $10 slabs of tungsten!
Fadl ‘had heard counterfeit gold bars were going around, so he drilled into several of his gold bars worth $100,000 and saw gray tungsten — not gold. The bar was filled with tungsten, which weighs nearly the same as gold but costs just over a dollar an ounce.‘