Gold Bars

After the abolition of the gold standard, in 1914, at the beginning of the First World War, in order to finance the war, the world resorted to a budget deficit and paper money. If gold securing was not removed, the war would not last for more than a few months. Instead, it lasted more than four years, crushed most of the major industries in the ...

After the abolition of the gold standard, in 1914, at the beginning of the First World War, in order to finance the war, the world resorted to a budget deficit and paper money. If gold securing was not removed, the war would not last for more than a few months. Instead, it lasted more than four years, crushed most of the major industries in the world economy, and took millions of lives.
Today, gold retains some of its monetary properties, and some investors use it as a stock of value, usually investing in investment coins or gold bullion. This is done as protection against inflation or other economic crashes.
Gold is a conservative financial instrument and profits, and losses on this type of investment are moderately low. During the economic crisis, gold is a preferred choice for investors, because the risk of loss is very low
It is very fast liquid (can be sold at any point in any part of the world, at a price close to the stock market, while preserving its overall appearance.

Investment gold


Investment gold is 24-carat (sample 999.9) and is exempt from VAT, duty and other taxes (EU Directive 112/2006 and the VAT Act).
It is sold in the form of bars and coins.
The prices at which the investment gold is sold are updated daily against the London Metal Exchange

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