The two predominant thoughts that should stay with an investor when thinking of gold investment are :
- Bullion Bars and Coins.
- Maximizing after – Tax Returns of buying and holding precious metal.
Coins are investments of preference anywhere in the world because the country where these are issued is held accountable for the products:
- accuracy, purity and weight.
Gold bars are the other option to gold coins for investment purposes.
Both Coins and Bars are considered :
- Collectibles from the taxation point of view
India is a step ahead in comparison to other nations because it is one of the largest world markets of Gold on the globe.
In India, Jindal Bullion is a name among retail and wholesale traders of gold coins and bullions.
Having recently gone online, Jindal Bullion has opened its doors to the small and medium investor. who are now hovering around the Jindal Bullion website, making on the spot gold investment decisions and paying through their e wallet purse facilities. The companies two mode payment facility online ‘Deferred and Immediate’ makes the online investment business brisk and efficient.
Purchasers of gold and silver bars from world’s most trusted names, Jindal Bullion is gradually emerging as a force to reckon in the online world of gold investments. Offering investors internationally competitive prices, the Jindal Bullion investment challenge is gaining foothold in the Indian gold bullion and coin Investment online bazaar.
The precious metals at Jindal Bullion are being supplied by companies of repute like , PAMP, UBS, Credit Suisse, Rand Refinery, Perth & Mint; lending Jindal Bullion products a hew of hallmark quality.
Gold Bullion in India is traded as:
- Assay gold of 995 & 999 purity.
The profits that traders earn through gold in India are:
- The difference between the Bid and Ask Price.
In India, the price of gold varies from one state to another
Gold a ‘favoured’ online investment in India
- Good returns & safe investment makes gold a favoured investment bid for Indians
- An international financial drop down and a downward slide in the ‘Real Estate’ market is another reason turning investor’s towards the yellow metal
- The international drop down in interest rates in the US leads to investor interest in gold in our country
80% of the gold in the Indian market is used for domestic consumption in the making of gold ornaments and jewellery. Being the biggest exporters of gold jewellery to the world, India is a gold investor’s paradise.