|Where to buy gold?
|Where to buy gold coins?
|Where to buy Maple Leafs?
|Where to buy gold from?
|Where to buy gold bullion?
|Where to buy Krugerrand?
|I want to buy gold?
|I want to buy gold coins
|Where to buy Vienna Philharmonics?
After you have decided to buy gold, you need to identify a good gold trading company, sometimes called a bullion dealer. It’s always good to go with a recommendation from a friend or a trusted source of information. Some economists that recommend buying gold may have a link on their website or independent news websites also provide a link.
A good dealer usually provides a fair price, which means the price you’re paying is close to the spot price. Please be aware that premiums (read more about premiums in ‘What is the price of gold’) may change due to market shortages. In a regular market the premium for 1oz gold coins ranges between 4 to 6% and for 1oz to 1 kilo gold bars the premium is between 0.9 and 4%.
The next check-point is the variety of products and availability. Always go with the best selling products such as the Krugerrand, Maple Leaf, American Eagle, Australian Nugget/Kangaroo, Sovereigns and Vienna Philharmonics gold coins. (read more about 'What gold coins or bullion should I buy') The products shown on the website should be in stock – if this information is in doubt please confirm with the dealer. Sometimes dealers put up products that are NOT in stock and therefore cause delivery delays.
References to previous buyers should be available as well. We at Celtic Gold have a broad range of customers throughout the world and always encourage new customers to speak to our current customers that can directly report about their experience with Celtic Gold.
The last check points are delivery and handling fees. Sometimes you see lower prices but get charged higher handling and delivery fees. In other cases the provider offers free delivery but charges higher gold prices. At Celticgold we have best price policy and deliver free of charge for gold orders above 3,501 Euro.
The delivery should always be insured from the dealer, if not be sure to ask where the gold is being shipped from, what company will be shipping the gold, who is insuring the goods and when you should expect to receive the package.
A non-profit delivery and handling fee including insurance should be between 25 and 35 Euros for European destinations for orders up to 10,000 Euro.