Bullion is a tangible investment not subject to the vagaries that afflict the stock market, the current political situation or the latest fashion trends.


Why use bullion as a form of investment?

If the stock market holds no appeal but you appreciate the value of investment, then bullion may be the answer.
Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium are precious metals that can all come in the form of bullion.
Here at Mr Kruger, we specialise in gold bullion in the form of Krugerrands.

Here are 4 reasons why gold bullion makes a sound and important investment.





  1. Using gold bullion as a means of savings is wise as gold is valued in US dollars and is not affected by any local currency devaluation.
  2. Gold bullion isn’t affected by inflation which means you will have a greater purchasing power when inflation soars.
  3. Reckless over-printing of money by governments trying to cover their bad debts has no impact on gold bullion which is always quoted in US dollars and valued according to the gold price.
  4. In fact, Gold tends to strengthen during banking crises.

Bullion FAQ’S


The most basic definition of ‘bullion’ is a refined and stamped weight of precious metal, whether it’s gold, silver, platinum or palladium.  Most people imagine bullion as the rectangular, heavy bricks of gold often seen in movies and stored in bank vaults. However, bullion is no more than a practical and tradable form of precious metal in a recognized weight and fineness that can be purchased at the current price for that particular precious metal. So it can be bars or coins, like Krugerrands – both are bullion.


Gold bullion bars are the preferred investment option for governments, financial institutions and the seriously wealthy who can afford to acquire large amounts from trustworthy mints for a low price. This means they may also pay a lesser premium on the spot price.


Smaller investors prefer gold bullion coins like Krugerrands. Not only are they more affordable than the bullion bars, but they are easy to acquire, store and transport and can, potentially, be used as currency.

The best return on this investment comes when the investor holds on to the coins for as long as possible, tracking the gold price and selling when the price has risen sufficiently to make the return worthwhile.


What’s the difference? The only difference is the size and the purity of the gold. Gold bars must be 99.5% pure to qualify as an investment. Coins though come in a variety of gold content and sizes which will affect their price and value. Good research is needed to ensure you’re getting the right coins for your investment.

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