As low as $9.99 per bar over spot!
An efficient way to acquire Palladium bullion, these Palladium bars from various manufacturers are an ideal choice for investors wanting to add Palladium to their portfolio at a lower premium than brand-new Palladium bars.
- Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Palladium.
- Individual bars come in protective plastic flips (may or may not have assay certificates).
- Obverse: Varies by manufacturer.
- Reverse: Varies, with weight and purity stamped on each bar.
- These .9995 fine Palladium Bars may be perfect or have slight imperfections.
These Secondary Market bars are an ideal choice for investors looking to efficiently add to their Palladium bullion holdings. Add several to your cart today!
Manufacturer and quality of bars you receive will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
The history of Palladium bullion
Noble metal Palladium, like that of Palladium bullion bars, rounds and coins, was discovered by British chemist William Hyde Wollaston in the early 1800s. Palladium, found in these Palladium bars for sale was named after an asteroid called Pallas, discovered shortly before Wollaston separated Palladium from crude Platinum ore. People buy Palladium to add to their Precious Metals investments, but more than 50% of Palladium mined is for catalytic converters in vehicles. Whether for a 1 oz Palladium bar or a more industrial use, more than 40% of all Palladium that is mined comes from South Africa and another 44% from the Norilsk nickel mines in Russia.
Why invest in a 1 oz Palladium bar?
Demand for Palladium bars has experienced a renaissance in recent years, typically making Palladium an even better investment. Secondary market Palladium bullion is an efficient way to add to and diversify your Precious Metals holdings at lower premiums than new Palladium bars. Many investors also buy Palladium because it is a valuable physical Precious Metal they can possess at a lower price point than Gold or Platinum. Each 1 oz Palladium bar from internationally-recognized manufacturers contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Palladium, which makes it eligible for a Precious Metals IRA.
When you buy Palladium, remember that a troy ounce is different from a standard ounce.
An ounce in Palladium bullion and other Precious Metals is not the same as a standard ounce used to weigh common items. Unlike a 1 oz Palladium bar, when Americans refer to ounces, they are referring to avoirdupois ounces. When you buy Palladium, it is measured in troy ounces, where 1 troy ounce is equal to 1.09711 avoirdupois ounces. 1 oz Palladium bars for sale, like the 1 oz PAMP Suisse bar, equals 31.1035 grams.
When you buy Palladium bullion, the price is influenced by a number of factors.
Like other Precious Metals, Palladium bullion has many factors influencing its price. The price of a 1oz Palladium bar is based on the Palladium spot price, which changes every few seconds. Some components that affect Palladium bars for sale include current events, market speculation, industrial demand and the Palladium supply. When you buy Palladium, because it is an industrial metal, the price can be impacted by market changes in the automotive and electronic industries. Whether you purchase 1 oz Palladium bars or other Palladium bullion, you will want to track market fluctuations and news in these industries, along with the current price of Palladium, to make the best investments for you.