FREE Investor Guide
FREE Investor Guide
Reasons to Invest in Gold today:
• Free from Capital Gains Tax on British gold coins
• Throughout history, gold has been seen as a valuable commodity.
• Gold can provide financial cover during economic uncertainty.
• Gold has historically been a good hedge against inflation
Of all the precious metals, gold is the most popular investment. Collectors generally buy gold as a way of diversifying risk
Gold Investing Simplified
We simplify the world of gold investment and streamlining the investment process. Our experts will guide and hold your hand through the buying process.
No fees or charges – simply purchase your own Gold and start hedging against other volatile markets.
How it works
Speak to a dedicated investment specialist to address any questions or queries, indicate the product of your interest, or work to find the product best suited to your needs. Dedicated specialists will work with you to identify which products are available to you and will benefit you the most.
2. Purchase & Payment
Once you’ve selected your investment of choice, you will be requested to confirm your order. There is no minimum or maximum order on Gold and Silver. To finalise your order payment is made via bank transfer or a personal cheque.
3. Receiving Your Gold
We can either deliver your gold directly to you, via our complimentary insured, tracked and signed for delivery service, collect it directly from our office by appointment or you can choose to have your gold safely stored in our fully insured vault.
4. Selling Your Gold
As and when you decide to sell your gold, we will buy back your bullion Bars and Coins, at a highly competitive price.
There are 3 ways to own physical bullion.
We exclusively stock investment-grade bullion of the highest quality and above 90% purity and thereby exempt from VAT in the UK.
Bullion gold bars
Suitable for investors looking to purchase large amounts of gold. Whilst easier to store, gold bars offer less flexibility and greater illiquidity than gold coins. Gold bars are produced by private mints. They do not qualify as legal tender and are thus subject to CGT.
Bullion gold coins
Ideal for investors who anticipate selling part of or their entire portfolio in the short to medium term. Gold coins typically offer far greater flexibility of purchase and liquidity than gold bars. All the gold coins that we offer are produced by a sovereign government’s mint, carrying the status of legal tender. As a result, gold coins are exempt from both VAT and CGT.
Graded gold coins
Ungraded coins carry a level of risk as there is no guarantee of grade, condition or authenticity. All the gold coins that we offer are produced by a sovereign government’s mint, carrying the status of legal tender. As a result, gold coins are exempt from both VAT and CGT.
Gold prices rise during times of economic uncertainty.
Throughout the 21st century, a few trends have been clearly and consistently established when property and stocks underperform, the price of gold rises, as investors and institutions turn to gold as an “insurance policy” to recoup losses realised on other investments.
Do you sell investment-grade gold?
Yes. We offer a wide range of investment-grade gold bullion coins and bars at highly competitive prices. Our rates are regularly adjusted against other leading dealers, delivering on our promise to consistently offer the best Gold Bullion rates in the UK market.
Are bullion products VAT-free?
Since 1st January 2000, all investment grade gold is VAT exempt across the EU, as per notice 201/21a, the full details of which are available on HMRC’s website. Certain Gold Bullion and numismatic coins are also exempt from CGT.
Should I buy gold coins or bars?
Whilst essentially a personal preference, there are certain established advantages of coins vs. bars, and vice versa. Whilst the significantly larger size of Gold Bullion bars makes them a superior choice for holding large quantities of gold, Gold Bullion coins remain by far a more popular option for individual investors.
When should I invest in precious metals?
A quick glance at the history of gold and a few trends are very clear: the price of gold begins to rise in times of economic distress and political unrest, when coupled with supply and demand issues like most markets the market tends to react.