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Palladium Coins and Bullion Bars

Palladium bullion bar and coin investors have several palladium investment choices today.

Popular forms of palladium are 1-oz bars, with PAMP being the most active refinery.  In late 2005, the Royal Canadian Mint began striking 1-oz Palladium Maple Leaf coins, and they are usually available today.  Although  PAMP is a respected name in precious metals refining, many investors prefer coins produced by government mints.  However, PAMP bullion bars carry smaller premiums than Maple Leafs.

Palladium Bars

Palladium, the metal

Palladium is one of six metals that form a group of elements referred to as the platinum group metals (PGM). Palladium has a resistance to oxidation, one reason palladium is growing in popularity for jewelry, especially in Asia. Still, the primary use for palladium is in autocatalytic converters, where palladium reacts similarly to platinum in combating pollutants.

Palladium, the market

From time to time, some major auto maker and its catalytic converter manufacturer announce that they are switching from platinum to palladium, or vice versa, for the manufacture of converters. This causes the metal being dropped to fall in price and the metal doing the replacing to rise in price.

Additionally, frequent production and supply problems in South Africa and Russia, the two major sources of palladium and platinum, cause big price swings.

Only rarely does CMIGS make recommendations on palladium or platinum because it is difficult–if not impossible–to anticipate the next bombshell to be dropped on the palladium or platinum market. However, from time to time precious metals analytical firms present bullion scenarios for palladium (and platinum).

Palladium coins as money

Despite numerous government mints having produced palladium coins in recent years, palladium does not have a history of being used as money. The mints turned out palladium coins solely to take advantage of the excitement surrounding palladium as it was heralded as an alternative to platinum for many industrial uses.  As it turned out, palladium and platinum have taken turns replacing each other and causing volatile price swings in both metals.

If you want to discuss investing in palladium bullion bars or coins, call us.  We take calls 7:00 am to 5:00 pm MST, Mondays through Thursdays, Fridays 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.