Sunday, March 11, 2007

More on gold

Did you know that gold investments are sold in ingot form? An ingot is formed when a metal is heated past it's melting point, and then the molten metal is poured or cast into a mold, such as a bar or a block. This makes it easier for transporting, rather than irregular shaped pieces such as nuggets.

The other day I was talking about adding gold to your financial portfolio as an investment. Well, if you're wanting to find out more about how you can go about purchasing gold in an investment form, then I would suggest you head over to the Monex Deposit Company's site. They've been the precious metal investment leader in America for over thirty years now, which should give you a feeling of comfort dealing with the best there is.


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