As low as $17.99 per oz over spot!
These 10 oz Gold bars are made by various manufacturers, including Credit Suisse, PAMP Suisse, Johnson Matthey, Engelhard and Perth Mint, among others. You will receive one random bar from (or similar to) the brands pictured, determined by stock on hand.
- Contains 10 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Individual brand name bars are presented in protective plastic.
- Obverse: Varies depending on the bar you receive.
- Reverse: Varies depending on the bar you receive.
Protect and display your Gold bar in style by adding a beautiful presentation box to your order.
The 10 oz bar is a very cost-efficient option to build your assets. Add this 10 oz Gold bar to your cart today!
Brand(s) you receive will be of our choosing, and may or may not vary determined by stock on hand.
The history of 10 oz Gold bars
Buying Gold bars, or any form of Gold, is a practice that dates back thousands of years. Before its use as currency, Gold was used for decorative purposes in 4000 BC in the region that is now considered Eastern Europe. Eventually Gold was used for trade in 1500 BC, and buying and trading Gold bars or ingots became common practice. The Gold bar price is affected by the demand for the Precious Metal for these traditional uses, as well as modern uses to create products for a variety of industries.
Why invest in 10 oz Gold bars?
With 10 oz Gold bars, investors can acquire a larger quantity of Gold at a lower price point when compared with smaller bars. Gold bars are easier to stack and store with 10 full troy ounces of .9999 fine Gold contained within each bar. When buying Gold bars, you will notice that the bullion bars typically match sovereign coins in content and purity, but usually cost less over the Gold spot price because companies such as PAMP Suisse, Johnson Matthey and Engelhard mint them privately. The Gold bar price for larger bars such as these makes it easier for you to own physical Gold to preserve wealth or diversify your investment portfolio.
Buy and sell 10 oz Gold bars successfully by paying attention to market fluctuations.
When buying 10 oz Gold bars, many factors can affect the price of Gold per ounce, so being aware of market fluctuations is imperative to getting the best price. Gold bar prices can change drastically if a large entity or government decides to make a substantial Gold purchase, or sell off a large quantity of Gold holdings. The price of Gold can also be affected by current events such as geopolitical turmoil and natural disasters. For investors, tracking the Gold price is crucial to getting the best price for Gold bars, whether you are buying or selling the Precious Metal.
Invest in 10 oz Gold bars when the time is right to boost your investment portfolio.
View the 10 oz Gold bar price, and you will notice that it fluctuates throughout the day and evening. Whether selling Gold or buying Gold, trading occurs 24 hours per day, seven days per week, unlike stocks, which have official trading hours and closing prices. To get the best Gold bar price, simply set up an APMEX Market Alert with your target Gold spot price, and then wait for an email or text to notify you if and when the Gold spot price dips to your target price. The Gold spot price is the same no matter where you are in the world, eliminating the opportunity for arbitrage.