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1/4 oz Gold Round - APMEX (In TEP Package)
1/4 oz Gold Round - APMEX (In TEP Package)
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About Gold Bars & Rounds

1/4 oz gold bars are small gold bars that weigh one-quarter of an ounce, or approximately 7.775 grams. These bars are popular among investors and collectors who want to invest in gold but want to spend only a little money upfront. They are also easy to store and transport, making them a convenient option for those who wish to hold physical gold.

Gold rounds, on the other hand, are small, circular discs made of gold. They are similar to coins in appearance but do not have a face value and are not legal tender. Like 1/4 oz gold bars, gold rounds are also popular among investors and collectors who want to own physical gold in smaller increments.

These smaller increments are known as fractional gold. Fractional gold is easy to trade and is more affordable than buying a full ounce of gold at a time.

For those seeking a broader range of options beyond fractional gold, exploring APMEX's selection of gold by weight could be advantageous. Our inventory extends beyond traditional coins to include rounds and bars in various sizes, with 1 ounce gold rounds and bars and 1 kilogram gold bar options being quite popular, at both sides of the size spectrum.

Both 1/4 oz gold bars and gold rounds can be purchased from reputable dealers and come in various designs and styles. It's essential to do your research and buy from a trusted source to ensure you are getting genuine gold products. Additionally, it's a good idea to store your gold bars or rounds in a secure location, such as a safe or a safety deposit box.

If you're looking for an even smaller gold size to maximize affordability, one of the most popular options below 1/4 oz is the US Mint's 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. This mixes the trust and liquidity that comes from American coinage with the afforrdability of a small amount of gold.


Why Do Investors Like Gold Bars & Rounds?

There are several reasons why people like to invest in gold bars and rounds:
  • Hedge against inflation: Gold is often seen as a hedge against inflation. This means that when inflation is high, the value of the paper currency may decrease, but the value of gold tends to hold up better. Investors can help protect their wealth against inflation by investing in gold bars and rounds.
  • Diversification: Investing in gold can help diversify an investor's portfolio. This means that if other investments, such as stocks or bonds, are not performing well, the value of gold may still be holding up or even increasing. Gold can help balance an investor's portfolio and reduce overall risk.
  • Store of value: Gold has been used as a store of value for thousands of years. It has a long history of being a valuable and sought-after commodity and is still highly valued today. By investing in gold bars and rounds, investors can own a physical asset they can hold onto and sell for a profit.
  • Tangible asset: Gold bars and rounds are tangible assets investors can physically hold and store. Unlike paper investments, such as stocks or bonds, gold bars, and rounds are not dependent on the performance of a company or government. Gold can give investors a sense of security, knowing they own a physical asset not subject to the same risks as paper investments.


Things To Consider Before Investing In Gold

Before investing in gold bullion, there are several factors to consider:
  • Considering your investment goals, risk tolerance, and overall portfolio diversification is essential.
  • You should consider the quantity of gold you want to purchase.
  • It would be best to consider its liquidity, meaning how easily you can turn the asset into cash.
  • It would help if you considered storage options. Gold differs from many other investments because it's a physical asset that can be stolen or damaged.
  • It's vital to consider the tax effects of the most common ways to invest in gold.
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