Why physical precious metals?

Financial experts point out that the best stores of asset value are physical precious metals such as gold and silver. Therefore, precious metals offer a unique hedge against inflation. They have intrinsic value, carry no credit risk and are non-inflatable, meaning they cannot be printed again. In addition, they have "coup insurance" against financial, political or military upheavals.


  • it has high density, good malleability, metallic luster and conducts electricity and heat well,
  • has historically played the role of money, nation states have long ensured the credibility of their currencies with gold reserves in their central banks (gold standard) As the amount of money in circulation increased, most countries abandoned the convertibility of their currencies into gold,
  • chemically, it is quite stable to heat, moisture and most corrosive agents, so it is very suitable for use in coins and jewelry.

Why invest in gold?

  • because historically, in periods of political crises and war conflicts, people always hoard gold
  • because for more than 4,000 years it has represented the world's convertible currency and protected against political and financial imbalances. Gold is real money!
  • because in times of rising inflation it protects and preserves the value of assets investment gold in physical form is very liquid, unlike money, which with time becoming less and less valuable
  • the demand for gold is increasing more and more, as it is being bought by the central banks of countries and they supplement their gold foreign exchange reserves with it


  • is industrially one of the most important metals with a great useful value,
  • it has the best thermal and electrical conductivity of all metals and has antimicrobial properties, which is why it is also used in medicine.

Why invest in silver?

  • silver was used as money for thousands of years (in ancient Egypt it was more valuable than gold due to its rarity). In times of crisis, it has always represented a safe investment haven
  • the supply of silver is decreasing and is too small for the growing needs of the market, so silver is one of the most desirable industrial metals
  • the demand for silver has grown extremely due to the transition from fossil fuels to a green carbon-free society (solar panels), the transition to electromobility: silver-ion batteries, the production of chips in electronics, ...
  • the ratio between the price of gold and silver is decreasing (in 1991 it was 1:100, now it is 1:76)