The main reason many buy silver and gold is for investment purposes. Whether as a safe haven against uncertain circumstances, to sell and profit in the future, or to trade in silver for gold. This week we take a look at the top 3 bullion products for investing.

1.     1 oz Gold Bullion Bars

Gold is one of the most respected metals throughout the world for its value and its role it plays in many cultures. It has maintained a high value for centuries, and the gold price has been on a continual rise this year. The 1 oz gold bullion bars are great for storage and throughout history a great hedge against inflation. Its biggest competitor is the American Dollar, and as the dollar take constant hits, the price of gold will continue to rise. Check out our 1 oz Royal Canadian Mint Gold Bar and our 1 oz Sunshine Mint Gold Bar on our gold bullion page.

2.       Canadian Maple Leaf Coins

These iconic Canadian treasures are great for investors who also want a collectable item. These coins have one of the lowest premium and gains value over the years. Many invest in silver maple leaves, as silver is more affordable than gold, and the gap between gold and silver is starting to close.  

3.       Silver Rounds

Silver rounds are great for silver investors. They are the closest thing to market value, as they have the lowest premium. For those whose intention is to purely invest, the Sprott rounds is what we recommend. For those who want a collector’s item at a low premium, the 1 oz Sunshine Mint Morgan silver rounds and 1 oz SMI Buffalo silver rounds are two popular investors items with a low premium. Check out our silver rounds page for more information.

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Sources: investopedia.com

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