2. Buying and Selling

Yes! You don’t need an appointment or an account before to visiting our office.

Know Your Customer (KYC), domestic and international anti-money laundering requirements, which involve government issuing photographic documents for all clients and customers whether you are buying or selling – this system actually helps to protect you. It means we can greatly reduce the risk of inauthentic coins and bars entering the market.

As an account holder, by calling our office you can lock in a price online 24/7, 365 days a year or during our business hours.

Sharma Bullion cannot tell you how much you should invest in gold or silver, because we don’t know your specific financial situation and goals.

Many of our clients and customers are using gold and silver to diversify their portfolios because of their weak correlation to other conventional assets. Many use precious metals as an asset store or for inflation security.

A World Gold Council research in different countries shows that adding between 2 per cent and 10 per cent gold to a holding or investment over the past decade would have resulted in higher risk-adjusted yields.

Gold and silver will in general move together however as they have diverse flexibly and request drivers, one can beat the other now and again – both gold and silver have authentic returns.

It is hard for us to prescribe which metal to purchase as we don’t have the foggiest idea about your particular budgetary circumstance and destinations yet we have discovered that Sharma Bullion customers watch out for one metal or the other:

80% of our customers put their capital on gold

20% of our customers just put resources into silver

12% put is likely to invest in both and of those, the normal allotment is 80% to gold and 20% to silver

Most of our customers want to store their metal with us as they would prefer not to stress much over their gold or silver. Different customers like to have bars and coins under their influence and quickly available to them.

For those picking stockpiling with us, the lion’s share goes with pool assigned as it has no capacity expenses and has a financially savvy cost yet you can likewise store bars and coins with us for a little charge.

On the off chance that you are after a physical item, by and large, cast bars are less expensive than stamped tablets, which are less expensive than coins. All the items we sell are similarly tradable and it boils down to individual inclination for aesthetics, the potential for collectability and cost.

As to, by and larger the item the less expensive it is on for every ounce. Be that as it may, if you are probably going to need to sell some portion of your speculation after some time rather than in one single amount at that point separating your buy into littler sizes gives you adaptability with regards to exchanging your venture.

While gold and silver don’t pull in GST (as long for what it’s worth of the correct virtue and from a perceived producer like Sharma Bullion) they are treated by the ATO like some other speculation resource.

Therefore, your buys and deals of valuable metal will have charge results and you should look for proficient counsel on the best way to report any additions or misfortunes on your annual government form.