Perth Mint had just released a new gold and silver trading website with live bullion prices on Monday, 15 November 2010. The new website offers investors a stunning choice of bullion coins and bars made by The Perth Mint from 99.99% pure gold and 99.9% pure silver. Purchasing is simple and convenient and is offered with the breakthrough of true live pricing. In contrast to the Mint’s fixed-cost range of precious metal collectables, bullion products are priced in line with spot markets. In times of volatility, this can result in rapid changes – making it tricky to price bullion coins and bars effectively for the web.
“By integrating the site with live market data, we’ve become the first Mint in the world to offer a comprehensive range of recognised bullion products where the price the buyer sees is the price they will pay,” Ron Currie, Perth Mint Sales and Marketing Director explained.
“Even if there is a last-minute upward movement in the market, we’ll hold the price of the coins or bars in a customer’s online shopping basket for at least 60 seconds, giving them ample time to lock-in the advertised price,” he said.
“That’s a significant benefit for online bullion buyers in volatile times.”
The Perth Mint, owned by the Government of Western Australia, guarantees the purity and weight of the gold and silver. Authorised by the Commonwealth Government, the Mint issues Australia’s official bullion coin program, which comprises internationally sought-after annual series such as the Australian Kangaroo, Kookaburra, Koala and Lunar. A London Bullion Market Association accredited refiner, it also offers a wide range of gold and silver bullion bars that are tradable without the need for assay.
The new site is aimed at many different types of investors, from first-time buyers testing the water with a single bullion coin, to institutions looking for volume breaks on larger orders. To aid buying, registered users can get sms or email alerts when prices hit their specified highs or lows. Buying gold and silver for investment from the internationally renowned Perth Mint is now just a few clicks away, thanks to the launch of www.perthmintbullion.com.
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