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Palladium price FAQs

To better understand how the Palladium price works and what products to buy, knowing a few facts can be useful.

What is the spot price of palladium?

The spot price of palladium is the current price palladium can be bought and sold for on the market. It is usually calculated in Troy ounces but can also be given in grams or kilograms. The price of a palladium product is the spot price plus the premium, which is the part of the price covering our margin, production, and operational costs.

What is a troy ounce of palladium?

A Troy ounce of palladium is the official unit of measurement in the professional palladium market. One troy ounce represents 31.1 grams of palladium. Unless stated otherwise, the price of palladium will always be indicated in Troy ounces.

How is composed the palladium price?

The price of a palladium bar or coin is made of the spot price and the premium.

All of our products are indexed on the official palladium price, so they move along with it.

The premium is the part of the price that covers our margin, production and operational costs. The premium is the only fee we will charge when you buy and sell precious metals on GOLD AVENUE.

What moves the price of palladium?

Palladium is a metal part of the PGM (platinum group metals). It is highly used in the industry, that’s why its price is so volatile: it depends on many factors. If industrial demand increases, its supply will be reduced and its price will rise accordingly.

The price of palladium moves depending on a combination of supply, demand, and investor behavior. Its value tends to increase along with demand. Its supply, however, tends to remain rather constant.

This makes palladium more volatile than gold, which is known to have a very stable price. Its price is therefore less stable and is suitable for more experienced investors.

The spot price fluctuates throughout the day, making it important to follow current events and market conditions, as they will affect your buying and selling price for precious metals.

How are palladium bars and palladium coins priced?

All of our products are bases on the official palladium price. It can widely fluctuate during the day, this is why before buying any product, you should take a closer look at the palladium price.

Palladium coins are a very unique investment. They are sometimes considered legal tender and are produced and recognized by the issuing government. The coins are always labeled carefully with the correct year of issue, the palladium purity, and the weight of the coin.

On the other hand, palladium bars are often larger than coins, and by such, are more exepensive than coins.

How does the palladium price work

Palladium is not exempt from VAT. France applies a VAT of 20% and Switzerland applies the lowest VAT in Europe with a rate of only 7.7%.

The price of palladium is based on the spot price which is the most recent market price of palladium. Depending on its weight and quality, the metal price for a palladium coin or bar will be higher or lower.

Finally, the premium is our margin, which is the part of the price of your palladium product that goes to GOLD AVENUE to pay for its production and other costs related to the sale of the bullion.

The premium can vary for each product depending on its level of finish for example. This is why minted bars and coins tend to have slightly higher premiums than cast bars, as they also take into account the quality of the finish of the product.

This is why minted bars tend to have slightly higher premiums than cast bars, as it takes into account the bar’s artistic value.

Should you invest in physical palladium?

GOLD AVENUE has a beautiful selection of palladium coins, ingots, and bars available for you to start your precious metal portfolio. You can choose between some of the most popular palladium coins on the market: the classic American Eagle coin from the US Mint or the stunning Canadian Maple Leaf from the Canadian Mint.

We are also the official online dealer for MKS PAMP and their famous Lady Fortuna line of bullion.

Should you buy palladium bullion bars or palladium bullion coins?

Palladium bars are considered a unique and interesting investment in the precious metal market alongside palladium coins. Palladium bars are generally much larger in size, and heavier in weight than coins.

Compared to coins, there is not as much variety available with palladium bars in terms of shapes and formats either, simply due to their ‘set size’, however, their classic designs are renowned worldwide.

We also offer a collection of palladium coins from the world’s most reputed mints, each with its own unique individual designs. There are many mints available worldwide such as the Royal Mint, the Monnaie de Paris (French Mint), the Swiss Mint, the US Mint, etc. Palladium coins also vary in size, weight, valuation, and style.

Coins can also be limited editions or collectibles, hence, making each purchase unique. Collectible and limited edition coins are often used as gifts or as investments by collectors.

You can invest in palladium to diversify your investments, prepare for your future or to provide your family with a generous investment or savings opportunity.

One way to diversify your precious metals portfolio is to own a mix of palladium bullion bars and palladium coins.