Are you thinking about selling your high-end jewellery? There are a wide variety of reason why you may want to part with your precious items. Maybe you no longer wear them. Maybe they were passed down and you would like some extra money. Or maybe you simply want to make more space in your home.
Not sure where to put your hard-earned investment dollars? While stocks and bonds can fluctuate, precious metals usually tend to rise, making silver and gold smart investments. But with so many options out there, it can be confusing deciding which precious metal option is best for you.
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Many of us have seen old movies and TV shows where a character tries to determine whether a coin is gold by biting it. While there may actually have been a time when this was a useful means of testing gold, it is probably not something that you would want to try today, whether you are in a thrift shop looking to make a purchase or checking out jewellery at home. So how do you know if gold is real or fake?
Does the price of gold have you tempted to sell your unwanted jewellery? Before you part with your gold pieces, it may well benefit you to know the karat weight. But density, gold-plated jewellery, and pennyweight measurements can cause confusion, leading to improper karat rating for purity. What does all this mean, you ask? Don’t worry about frightening flashbacks of math class. We are going to answer how to figure out the pure gold content in any karat weight.
Gold bars are one of the things people think of when they imagine wealth or treasure. Gold is known all over the world for its value and history, with wars having been fought and lives lost in its pursuit.
Virtually everyone who owns gold has wondered at one time or another if they should sell it. It may be out of need for quick cash or any number of other reasons. If you are considering selling your gold, you should be aware of your options. Your first step should be understanding what it is worth, and when is a good time to sell gold in Vancouver.
In the past, the highest price of gold ever in Canadian Dollar terms was $1883.07 in mid-2001. Today (August 25th) it is around $2060 per ounce. (Check Today’s gold price here ) – above that long-standing that record high. So, why is the price of Gold at record highs against the Canadian Dollar? What is driving this trend?