As low as $24.99 per bar over spot!
This Palladium bar features a beautiful ballerina en pointe designed especially for APMEX. An attractive way to add Palladium bullion to your portfolio!
- Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Palladium.
- Comes in a sealed tamper evident assay card that authenticates the Palladium metal purity and weight.
- Obverse: A stylized ballerina en pointe.
- Reverse: APMEX One Ounce Palladium .9995 Fine and a pointe shoe with a ribbon binding.
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These bars are made by Argor Heraeus exclusively for APMEX and are an ideal choice for investors looking to efficiently add to their Palladium bullion holdings. Add several APMEX Palladium bars to your cart today!
The History of Argor Heraeus 1 oz Palladium bars
This 1 oz Palladium bar was made by Argor Heraeus exclusively for APMEX. Argor Heraeus refines and produces Palladium bars and other Precious Metals, not only for investment purposes but also for the electronics, chemical, watch and jewelry industries. Established in 1951 as Argor SA, this producer of the 1 oz Palladium bullion bar and other Precious Metals products has influential shareholders, like major industrial companies and the Bank of Austria, which gives the mint access to wide-ranging resources, guaranteeing competence and stability. With a Palladium price point that is lower than Gold and Silver, backed by the reputation of a world-recognized refiner (in 1952, it was the first LBMA-accredited refiner), this Palladium bar is a valuable addition to any portfolio.
Why Invest in Palladium bars?
Investing in Palladium bars, coins or rounds, in fact any Precious Metals, can help balance your investment portfolio. Precious Metals, like the 1 oz Palladium bullion bar, often move in the opposite direction of more traditional investments like the U.S. dollar, stocks and bonds, so holding physical metals in tandem with paper stocks and cash can keep all of your bases covered. Commodities, like the Palladium found in a 1 oz Palladium bar, are driven by supply and demand and with all its industrial uses, Palladium’s demand is consistent. This demand can drive up Palladium prices, so it is a good idea to watch Palladium price and to also monitor the industries that use Palladium.
Understand the Palladium price and make an informed investment.
The Palladium price you pay is the premium Palladium price. When you buy a 1 oz Palladium bar, you may see the Palladium spot price, but the spot price that is quoted and refreshed continuously is the price for unfabricated Palladium, and it is impossible for consumers to buy at that price, as one must always pay for fabrication, distribution and nominal dealer fees. When you see a 1 oz Palladium bullion bar listed on APMEX, you will notice a bid and ask price. When you buy Palladium bars, you pay the ask price, the lowest the dealer will accept, and when you resell any Precious Metal, you receive the bid Palladium price per ounce, the highest a dealer will pay.
When you buy Palladium you can often include it in a Precious Metals IRA.
Buying Palladium bars is not as common as Gold and Silver investing: You do not see Palladium reports on TV newscasts, and you will not find many websites or blogs dedicated to this Precious Metal, so many people wonder if they can include it in their Precious Metals IRAs. If your 1 oz Palladium bar contains .9995 fine Palladium and your self-directed IRA accepts non-traditional investments, then you are set (but always confirm with APMEX specialists, available by toll-free number or email). An IRA backed by 1 oz Palladium bullion bars, Palladium rounds and Palladium coins allows you to invest in an IRA that can never lose all of its value, like paper investments can. The Palladium price is driven by supply and demand, and this rare Precious Metal has been growing in demand for industrial uses.