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Investment Grade Palladium Bullion

Palladium is a rare and lustrous precious metal belonging to the platinum group of metals (PGMs). Primarily mined as a byproduct of other metals, palladium shares similar chemical properties with platinum, but it is less dense and has a lower melting point.

Palladium has numerous industrial applications due to its unique properties. It is widely used in catalytic converters to reduce harmful emissions in automobiles. Additionally, it plays a significant role in electronics, dentistry, and various chemical processes.

Similar to other precious metals, palladium is actively traded in financial and commodities markets around the world. Prices of palladium can fluctuate based on supply and demand dynamics, industrial demand, mining concerns and economic factors.

The majority of the world's palladium supply comes from just two countries: South Africa and Russia. With additional concerns regarding arising from geopolitical tensions, the BRICS currency, and mining and labor strikes in these regions can seriously impact the supply, and consequently, the price of palladium bullion.

The jewelry industry is one of the largest consumers of palladium. It is used as a plating metal for rings, necklaces and other jewelry due to its attractive appearance and hypoallergenic properties, particularly for providing an enduring shine and hard finish that is impervious to scratches.

Palladium Coins

Various countries have issued palladium coins for investors. Some notable examples include:

  • The Royal Canadian Mint issues the Palladium Maple Leaf coin regularly. These coins feature the same maple leaf design found on the gold and silver Maple Leaf coins.
  • The Soviet Union and later Russia issued palladium coins featuring designs of ballet dancers, known as Russian Ballerina Palladium Coins coins, these coins continue to be popular among collectors and investors due to their scarcity.
  • The United States Mint introduced the American Palladium Eagle in 2017, which is the first official palladium bullion coin issued by the U.S. government. The coin features a design of "Winged Liberty" or "Mercury" similar to the iconic Mercury Dime.
  • The Perth Mint of Australia has issued palladium coins with the Australian Emu design, showcasing the native emu bird on the reverse.
It's worth noting that the issuance of palladium coins is less common compared to gold and silver coins. Palladium's use as an investment option and in coinage has been relatively limited compared to other precious metals. As a result, the availability of palladium coins may vary, and they may be more sought after by collectors due to their scarcity.

Palladium Bars

Palladium is one of the four major precious metals that investors consider for investment purposes. Over recent years, the price of palladium has seen significant fluctuations, often driven by supply-demand dynamics. Palladium's primary use is in catalytic converters for gasoline engines by helping to reduce harmful emissions from cars. This industrial demand plays a significant role in determining its price.

Several private mints produce palladium investment bullion bars. Some notable examples include:

  • PAMP Suisse:
  • Valcambi Suisse:
Palladium is denoted by the chemical symbol "Pd" and is part of the periodic table's group 10 elements.