Gold: $1807.60  Silver: $23.43  Platinum: $1035.30  90% Junk $1 FV: $16.75  Gold/Silver Ratio: 77.15

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Closest to spot price Gold Bars

The smartest way to invest in gold as a store of wealth is to invest in bars, coins and bullion that have the lowest relative premium over gold spot price.

The Gold Bars listed here have the lowest premium over gold spot price per ounce. These are the cheapest gold prices offered by major online bullion dealers with the lowest gold premium.

When you're looking to buy gold bars our tools will help you find the best deal online from trusted and reputable dealers.

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Gold Spot Price: $1807.60 per ounce
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Buying Gold Coins and Bullion

Investing or Storing Wealth

Most people think of buying bullion and coins as an investment. There is certainly upside potential to turn a profit with bullion investments.

A more practical approach is to view precious metals as a store of value and wealth. Similar to a savings account at a bank, but without the bank. During troubling financial times it is important to have safe, stable assets in case of a financial emergency. Precious metals like gold bars are physical assets in many of the same ways as real estate or land. Though buying, selling and holding gold bars or coins is much simpler.

Buying Gold Bars and Coins

When shopping for gold bullion it is important to remember that it is a commodity. Today's gold spot price is based on buying a futures contract containing thousands of ounces. To buy gold at spot price requires an investment in futures and waiting for delivery. Premiums on smaller orders are higher than those with larger quantities.

Our price listings show the prices per coin, bar or round. The price displayed is for single quantity purchases from each listed dealer. Quantity discounts are usually available but will vary for each online bullion dealer.

Lowest Price for Gold Bars

Search for the lowest premiums on gold Bars and find the lowest dealer premiums for popular Gold bullion products. Our Closest to Spot tool displays gold coins and bars sorted by the lowest gold price per ounce over gold spot price. Investors interested in stacking gold bullion for weight will look for the best gold price per ounce closest to gold spot price.

Finding the lowest premium over spot price is especially important for investors who buy gold coins. Our gold price comparison tools will find you the lowest Cheapest Gold Eagles, best prices for Chinese Gold Pandas, or the cheapest Mexican Gold Pesos and the cheapest Gold Krugerrands. This page shows the cheapest gold bars, lowest priced gold rounds and the best prices on gold coins.

Buying Gold Coins and Bars

Gold continues to be a store of value and wealth and a key element for many looking for long term financial security. Gold investments are typically divided between coins and bars.

Gold coins are issued by sovereign governments and often include both modern and historic or antique bullion coins. Coins come in a variety of standard sizes and are measured using troy ounces and in fractions of an ounce.

Gold bars are most often from private mints. For many investors, 1 oz gold bars are a popular choice due to the wide availability and low premiums.

Fractional gold bars are the most popular and offer versatility and flexibility. Premiums for fractional gold bars are relatively higher. The smallest of sizes will have the highest premiums.

When investing in precious metals the most important factor is to buy with the lowest premiums. The lowest gold premiums can often be on gold bars and vintage gold coins.

Vintage gold coins offer tremendous intrinsic value as well as historic consideration. Popular historic gold coins for investors and stackers include Pre-1933 American Gold Coins such as the $20 Double Eagle and $10 Gold Eagle. Fractional gold coins like the 20 Francs and British Sovereign are affordable, easy to stack and at times have the lowest premiums of other fractional gold.

Gold Bars are often packaged in assay cards from the manufacturer that display their weight, purity and other important characteristics. Many inexpensive gold bars are eligible for inclusion in a Precious Metals IRA.

1 oz Gold Bar Prices

Prices of gold bars vary around the clock based on movement of spot price in the precious metals markets. tracks the prices of gold bars from leading online precious metals and coin dealers.

Gold bars are trusted to be the finest and most secure store of wealth and value. Investors depend on stacking gold bars as a nest egg for the future.

The premium over spot price that is charged by online bullion dealers is the same premium that you would pay buying bars from your typical investment broker, local coin shop or pawn shop. Online bullion dealers have lower operating costs that allow you to buy the same gold bars online at a lower cost.

Storing 1 ounce Gold Bars

Traditionally, bank safe-deposit boxes have been thought of as a great way to store gold bars. However, many banks have reduced or eliminated local offerings of simple services like this. Additional stories in the news about illegal seizures from bank safe-deposit boxes has worried some.

More and more investors are choosing to store their precious metals home. Gold bars are small and take up relatively little space and even be discretely hidden.

Many homeowners today already have a small safe or home vault to store valuables, firearms and other important items. Even when encapsulated in sealed assay cards it is easy and simple to stash gold bars.

Based on today's spot price each 1 oz gold bar is worth $1807.60. Having a stack of gold bars is a way to have some extra financial security at home that can be easily and discretely stashed away.