Live Spot Prices |
AUD: $3619.41/toz
AUD: $47.09/toz

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I have to make payment today?

    In order to lock in the price for your purchase, we require payment to be made at the time of your purchase. Bullion prices do fluctuate with the gold market, and your invoice may need to be adjusted if payment is not received on the day of your purchase.

  • Should I purchase cast bars or minted bars?

    Minted bullion incurs a premium due to the manufacturing process involved. If you are unbothered by the presentation of the bullion you are purchasing, cast bars are a more cost effective option. For those with a keen eye for some unique creative designs, there is an abundance of collectable bullion coins available for investment.

  • What is the benefit of purchasing bullion in smaller amounts if it is more cost-effective to purchase larger amounts?

    It depends on your personal situation and the amount you are looking to invest. You may also consider that if you are in a position where you need to call on your asset in the future, You will have the option to sell smaller increments of your investment.

  • Which is better - silver or gold?

    It depends. Both options are good stores of value. Silver has a lower entry price point which may be beneficial if you are just starting on your precious metals journey or want to reduce your initial investment risk. Gold has and always been synonymous with money, the 25 year trend has shown a significant increase in value with the obvious peaks & troughs in this time frame. Being a long-term holding asset, this can be beneficial to diversify your asset portfolio.

  • What is the spot price?

    The spot price is the current market price at which a commodity, in this case, precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, or palladium, can be bought or sold for immediate delivery and payment. It represents the price at which the metal can be traded “on the spot” or right away, rather than for future delivery.

  • What is a troy ounce?

    A troy ounce (31.1035g) (abbreviated as “oz” or “ozt”) is a unit of mass commonly used in the precious metals industry to measure the weight of precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.