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Posted On December 18, 2017By Bullion TigerIn Articles

Problem of Fake Gold Bars

You don’t need to be a conspiracy theorist to find this worrying: a 1kg gold bar, certified as 99.98% pure by XRF (X-ray fluorescence) tests, turns out to have been drilled out and largely replaced with tungsten. This bar was discovered only because it was 2 grams lighter than it ought to have been: the forgers failed to add quite enough gold to the outside of the bar to make up for the weight lost when they replaced gold with tungsten. But if they’d gotten the weight right, it wouldRead More
You may ask: – Is this a good time to buy gold? – Or, is this a good time to sell gold? – How do I assess the gold market today? For a start, I believe we must understand the relationship between demand, supply and prices of gold. They are interrelated. For instance, high demand and low supply of gold would lead to an increase in gold prices over the long-term. The opposite is true. It is just basic economics. Thus, a good time to buy is usually when: –Read More

Posted On May 5, 2017By Ian TaiIn Featured Writers

Positioned for Gold

To all Malaysians, This is unprecedented. We are experiencing the greatest wealth transfer the world has ever seen. Interestingly, would you believe, if I say, our country is situated right at the heartbeat where this epic shift of wealth is taking place? Malaysia? Yes. Am I kidding? Nope. Today, as I write, gold is flowing in our direction. It is heading our way. Yet, surprisingly, most of us are still not aware of it. Consequently, we are missing a golden opportunity to prosper as a nation as gold is slippingRead More
Gold imports by India are said to have jumped almost seven-fold in March from a year earlier as jewelers stocked up anticipating a demand recovery during the wedding season that began this month and the auspicious Hindu gold-buying day of Akshaya Tritiya. Shipments advanced 582.5 percent to 120.8 metric tons last month from a year earlier, according to a person familiar with provisional data from the finance ministry, who asked not to be identified as the data aren’t public. Imports dropped 20 percent to 716.4 tons in the year ended MarchRead More