At Chards we offer investors an alternative way to invest in gold, with our new digital gold! Our allocated gold account can be used to buy precious metals.
Add Funds To Account
Use the payment feature below to add a balance to your allocated account. Additionally, below you will have the option to choose from troy ounces or grams as your preferred measurement of the precious metals that you wish to receive in your allocated account.
Investing £50.00 today will allow you to purchase:
0.0309 tr oz of Allocated Digital Gold
Estimate - £10.00 per month (Ex. VAT)
You will be invoiced separately for storage on the 1st of every month - we will keep you up to date via email.
Allocated Gold Account
Invest in gold at a low premium of 1% without incurring the costs of delivery. Use the balance on your account to pre-fund a future purchase or sell the balance back to us. The buy premium is 1% over spot and we offer to buy back at the live rate on any given day (please note storage fees apply for allocated gold and silver). If you opt to make a purchase of physical metal we will add 1% back onto your balance. To learn more about Allocated Digital Accounts we recommend that you read our article.
We are not financial advisers, and we would always recommend that you consult a financial professional before making any large purchases. We can only give advice on our best deals and any information on our services. It is your decision as to which purchase is suitable for your budget and portfolio. We cannot predict with any certainty what silver, gold or any other commodity or currency will do over any length of time and neither can anyone else! Because of this, we tend to avoid giving any definitive advice or strong opinion. There are some areas where we have considerable experience and feel we can safely give our thoughts. Some of it may appear obvious but we often find ourselves repeating it.
If you are unsure which one is best for you, please call our customer service team on 01253 343081
*N.B. Transferring from digital bullion to physical bullion or back in to cash is classed as a "disposal" and is therefore liable for capital gains tax (CGT).