Invest in Gold - How To Invest in Gold?

How to invest in Gold? – This article describes various ways to invest in Gold be it gold cards, gold certificates, ETF, gold coins, bars etc.

The beauty, purity and excellence of gold make it an irresistible thing to wear or invest. Nowadays when the prices of gold are sky high and its getting difficult for middle class gentry to afford it, still the Indian market has noticed unbeatable increase in the demand for gold items and gold investments.

Gold has a great importance in the products that we use in our daily lives, starting from its monetary assets and extending till its edible facts in food and drinks, gold can be treated as a valuable commodity and a storehouse of material gain.

These days when technology has declared various methods of investment Gold cards, certificates, gold etf etc., are gaining popularity apart from the traditional methods of gold investment such as gold coins, jewellery and bars.

Investing in gold in Jewellery
About two thirds of the people in India who are willing to invest in gold find jewellery as the most convenient as easy option for its investment. Indian women not only feel pride in showing off their gold assests but also they have the added advantage of its price appreciation with the course of time. Though with high market value also comes the risk of unscrupulous jewelers who malpractice in order to earn more profits in return, thus hallmarking and purity of the bought gold must be checked so as to avoid heavy loss in future. So beware “every sparkling thing may not be gold”.

Investment in gold bars, coins and biscuits
Gold bars coins and biscuits are the purest form of gold, where investor can get 24-carat gold. One can get tamper proof covers to store this physical form of gold easily. But this type of free gold is difficult to safeguard as it needs special bank lockers to store, thereby making its storage costs very high. A piece of sound advice to the investor is that he/she should always but it from a reputed jeweler who would give buy back guarantee.

E-gold, a new and innovative way of investing in gold
It encouraged the investors to invest small denominations of gold. It obeys the inflation and deflation in accordance with NSEL (National stock exchange limited) i.e., gold rates vary according to NSEL as per the standards of Indian market. Though it is easily sought yet it does impose a custody charge of 60 paisa per unit per month without giving the feeling of personally holding gold in hand.

Gold ETFs – A new way to invest in gold, you can now invest in gold ETFs, they act like mutual funds. In this gold can be trade online but the biggest disadvantage of gold ETF is the amount of custody charge i. e., somewhere close to 2.5% per unit per month. Though gold ETFs have a few demerits but it is safe to hold this type of gold because  it does not require a secluded and safe place to manage the physical gold.

• Investing in gold mining industry
Investing in gold mining companies is yet another way to invest in gold. The Hutti gold mining firm is the well reputed firm that is undertaken by government of course. One can invest in the gold mining company by researching and thereby investing in them.

The possession of gold in India is considered a traditionally valid thing which is quoted with a lot of respect. Whether it is physical gold, coin, bars, cards certificates of ETFs  gold will always give fruitful results in the economic sector. Gold is the only form of monetary assets whose value does not depreciate even in the case of wars, natural calamities or any other kind of economic slowdown.

Now that you are aware of the pros and cons of different kinds of gold investments, go ahead and get benefited from this great chemical magic which will yield profits awaited for you in the future.

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