Bullion is the general name for pure gold or silver (at least 99.5%) which have been transformed into bars or minted into coins for investment purposes.
Examples of gold bullion include: gold bars and gold non-numismatic coins.
Examples of silver bullion include: silver bars and silver non-numismatic coins.
Sometime bullion is called physical bullion in order to emphasize that one means bullion - real, tangible asset, instead of its paper counterpart (likefor gold or silver). In contrast to CFDs, or , physical bullion products are tangible and can be traded as well as smelted into bars or coins.Back