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Gold Bars

Gold bars are essential to a well diversified portfolio. Here at Endeavor Metals Group, we stock various size bars, from multiple mints as well as the coveted gold kilo bar. A gold kilo bar contains 32.15 troy ounces (1,000 grams) and is about the size of an iPhone. Many investors look to this bar for the largest quantity of gold for the best amount of money. A kilo bar or any bar more than 100 oz. of gold are typically poured rather than pressed. As a poured bar has a longer process and has a melting point of 1,945 degrees Fahrenheit, each bar is unique and generally more expensive than a pressed bar. However pressed bars are the most efficient method of producing bullion and allows the mint producers to control quality and uniformity. These would be bars smaller than 32.15 oz. and typically have more intricate designs.

There are a plethora of mints to choose from and each have their own credibility, as they will have their name on their respective gold bar. One of the most popular and well known designs is the Pamp Suisse gold bar, depicting Lady Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune. Pamp Suisse also accounts for more than half of the world market for gold bullion weighing less than 50-grams or 1.7 oz. of gold. But one of the best highlights of Pamp Suisse is that their gold bar is a part of the Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade that ensures responsible sourcing of precious metals. Credit Suisse does not only produce gold bars, through the renowned mint Valcambi, but also is the one of the main investment banking and financial firms globally, and was founded in Switzerland. Johnson Matthey does not produce gold bars anymore as they sold their refining operations to Asahi Holdings, Inc (a Japanese firm), however we are able to obtain Johnson Matthey bars. Interestingly, Johnson Matthey is now a multinational specialty chemicals and sustainable technologies company, and recently won Responsible Business of the Year Award for their 2017 Sustainability Program. The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint and was originally founded as part of The Royal Mint when it was under British colonial rule. They are most notably known for producing the purest gold ever produced as 999.999, in 1957. The second purest gold that is currently produced is by the Royal Canadian Mint at 999.99 as it is a technologically advanced refinery using chemical processes and procedures to obtain that fineness. Regardless of the bars you choose, gold bars are crucial to a diversified portfolio.

Gold bars are essential to a well diversified portfolio. Here at Endeavor Metals Group, we stock various size bars, from multiple mints as well as the coveted gold kilo bar. A gold kilo bar contains 32.15 troy ounces (1,000 grams) and is about the size of an iPhone. Many investors look to this bar for the largest quantity of gold for the best amount of money. A kilo bar or any bar more than 100 oz. of gold are typically poured rather than pressed. As a poured bar has a longer process and has a melting point of 1,945 degrees Fahrenheit, each bar is unique and generally more expensive than a pressed bar. However pressed bars are the most efficient method of producing bullion and allows the mint producers to control quality and uniformity. These would be bars smaller than 32.15 oz. and typically have more intricate designs.

There are a plethora of mints to choose from and each have their own credibility, as they will have their name on their respective gold bar. One of the most popular and well known designs is the Pamp Suisse gold bar, depicting Lady Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune. Pamp Suisse also accounts for more than half of the world market for gold bullion weighing less than 50-grams or 1.7 oz. of gold. But one of the best highlights of Pamp Suisse is that their gold bar is a part of the Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade that ensures responsible sourcing of precious metals. Credit Suisse does not only produce gold bars, through the renowned mint Valcambi, but also is the one of the main investment banking and financial firms globally, and was founded in Switzerland. Johnson Matthey does not produce gold bars anymore as they sold their refining operations to Asahi Holdings, Inc (a Japanese firm), however we are able to obtain Johnson Matthey bars. Interestingly, Johnson Matthey is now a multinational specialty chemicals and sustainable technologies company, and recently won Responsible Business of the Year Award for their 2017 Sustainability Program. The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint and was originally founded as part of The Royal Mint when it was under British colonial rule. They are most notably known for producing the purest gold ever produced as 999.999, in 1957. The second purest gold that is currently produced is by the Royal Canadian Mint at 999.99 as it is a technologically advanced refinery using chemical processes and procedures to obtain that fineness. Regardless of the bars you choose, gold bars are crucial to a diversified portfolio.

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