Platinum Bullion From Reputable Refiners
Buy Physical Platinum in Singapore
A little less known but also interesting as precious metals, platinum bars are good investment assets. Like gold and silver, platinum is a profitable asset that can be held in the form of coins or bars in ingots. Unlike gold, platinum is rare to find and investors may underestimate the wealth of this white metal that preserves these attributes over the years. Today, almost 75% of the world's supply of platinum comes from a single country - South Africa. Investing in platinum offers enormous upside potential.
To ensure their purity and authenticity, all our platinum ingots are purchased directly from the world's leading LBMA (London Bullion Market Association) and LPPM (London Platinum & Palladium Market) certified refiners.
Argor-Heraeus Platinum Bars
Argor-Heraeus is a precious metals manufacturer based in Switzerland since 1951 and is a LBMA and LPPM accredited refiner since 1961.
Valcambi Platinum Bars
Valcambi, established in 1961 and located in Switzerland is an accredited refiner by the LBMA and LPPM since 1968.
Why Buy Platinum Bars ?
If you are looking to invest in precious metals, Platinum is a great option. Although it is still unknown to most investors in industrial production, this is still unknown to confirm investors. This metal offers a true perspective of evolution. Platinum is a very dense precious metal and its available quantity is twenty times rarer than gold.
Buy Platinum Bars vs. Platinum Coins
You may wonder what is the investment difference between a platinum bar and a platinum coin.
Indeed platinum ingots and platinum coins are interesting but different investment options.
Platinum coins are the other primary type of platinum ingots. In the most famous coin series in the world, you will find the Maple Leaf, American Eagle or the Australian Koala made with platinum.
On the other hand, platinum bars are a very common form of platinum investment. These bars are usually sold in smaller grams sizes, such as bars of 100 grams. You can meet various models of platinum bars that come from different refiners on the market. Among the most common are the bars of Argor-Heraeus.