Palladium bars: Credit Suisse and PAMP 1-oz palladium bars
Palladium bullion bar investors will probably end up with either Credit Suisse 1-oz. palladium bars or PAMP 1-oz. palladium bars. Credit Suisse and PAMP are two of the best known precious metals names in Europe. (Actually, PAMP, a major Swiss refinery, produces Credit Suisse palladium bars. Credit Suisse is a prominent Swiss bank, which long has sold precious metals bars with the Credit Suisse name stamped on them.)
Investors preferring government minted palladium coins will probably buy the Royal Canadian Mint’s 1-oz. Palladium Maple Leafs.
Although a myriad of sovereign mints produced palladium coins in the 1990s to meet investment demand, the price spike to $1100 in early 2001 crushed investment demand for palladium and the minting of sovereign coins virtually ceased.
Palladium investment demand returns
It has only been in recent years, when palladium prices dropped that investment demand returned. The most popular legal tender palladium investments are the Royal Canadian Mint’s .9995 pure 1-oz. palladium bullion coins.
Credit Suisse and PAMP palladium bars also are .9995 fine palladium, which is the industry standard for palladium product sold into the investment market.
And, there are no more esteemed names in the precious metals markets than Credit Suisse and PAMP. Investors can buy either Credit Suisse or PAMP palladium bars with confidence that they are getting premier palladium bars.
If you would like to discuss buying palladium bars or any aspect of the palladium investment market, call us at 800-580-1380. We take calls 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays through Thursdays, Fridays 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. For more information about doing business with CMI Gold & Silver Inc., visit Doing Business with CMIGS.