1 gram Gold Bar - Secondary Market
Often at low premiums, secondary market Gold bars are a popular way to invest in Gold bullion. Although the Gold bars you receive could be perfect, nice, scruffy or somewhere in between, each of these bars is tested for Gold content and purity.
- Contains 1 gram (0.03215 oz) of .9999 fine Gold.
- Individual bars are presented in plastic flips.
- Obverse: Varies depending upon bar you receive.
- Reverse: Varies by bar.
- APMEX stands behind every 1 gram of Gold bar in our vast inventory.
Gram Gold bars offer high quality Gold at a lower price point than their full ounce counterparts. Add these secondary market 1 gram Gold bars to your portfolio today!
The Gold bars you receive will be of our choosing limited to our stock on hand.
The history of 1 gram Gold bars
Secondary market 1 gram Gold bars hold the same appeal that Gold has held for thousands of years. Before Gold bars or coins were created, Gold was used by ancient civilizations to decorate tombs and fabricate jewelry. Around 560 B.C., the first Gold bullion coins were created under the command of King Croesus of Lydia, the region now known as Turkey. As you buy Gold bars for investment purposes, just think, thousands of years ago people were doing the same thing.
Why invest in 1 gram Gold bars?
Secondary market 1 gram Gold bars often present you with the unique opportunity to buy Gold at a lower price point than new Gold bars. The condition of these Gold bars can vary, and each one is tested by APMEX for Gold content and purity ensuring that you get quality Gold bullion. Containing .999 fine Gold, these Gold bars are an excellent value for the price-conscious investor. Add these Gold bullion bars to your investment portfolio, and browse our inventory of secondary market Gold rounds for more options.
How is the price of 1 gram Gold bars determined?
Gold, including 1 gram Gold bars, has been regarded as extremely valuable for thousands of years. Today, the price of Gold per ounce is affected by many different factors, including production, use by central bank reserves, the value of the U.S. dollar, global demand and the economic climate. As you browse Gold bars, check the live spot prices of Gold, and you will notice that the Gold price changes every few seconds. Though the price of Gold bars may fluctuate, many view Gold as a way to balance investment portfolios because the value of Gold tends to be stable or rise when economies experience downturns.
When buying 1 gram Gold bars, timing is everything.
Savvy investors buy 1 gram Gold bars when the Gold spot price dips. As you consider Gold bullion purchases, sign up for APMEX’s Market Alerts, and receive a ping when the price of Gold hits your desired price. For alerts on specific Gold bars, sign up for Price Alerts, and APMEX will contact you when the product is available at the price you want. With these services, buying Gold bullion is made easier.