Muthoot Precious Metals Corporation, one of the group companies of Muthoot M George Group was established in May 2006 with the specific objective of promoting Gold and Silver coins for gifting/investment. We have introduced 99.9% pure (24 carat) gold coins - “True Gold” in 1 grams, 2 grams, 4 grams, 8 grams. And gold bars in 10 grams, 20 grams and 50 grams. All our Gold coins are available in tamper proof Blister packing with certificate of purity. Silver Coins of 24 carat with 999 purity in 50 grams and 100 grams are also available. Silver coins are delivered in small acrylic pack. Coins are minted from 999 purity gold/Silver bars imported from Switzerland.
Our Gold/Silver coins are competitively priced as per the rates prevailing on the International Bullion Market on a day to day basis. Amount for the gold coins are accepted through the branches of Muthoot Finance Limited which is the flagship company of The Muthoot Group throughout India.
Why should one invest in gold?
|Investment in Gold is a better option than any other investment. as the gold price is always in the upward trend for the past many years.|
|Easy liquidity. One can easily convert their gold to currency at any moment of time.|
|The increase in gold price is far more than the inflation rate.|
Investment in ornaments & coins - difference
|20-30% extra to be paid as making charge & working loss.||Only a small amount as manufacturing cost is charged.|
|Purity is not assured. Generally we get low touch gold ornaments.||Each coin is retained with a quality certificate.|
|When the ornaments are sold back, the shop keeper purchase the old gold at a discounted price.||Full amount received when we gold coins is sold.|
Why should one buy gold coins from muthoot?
|Price are lower than our competitors while we offer the same purity.|
|We offer the facility of installment payment.|
|The ease and efficiency in dealing with muthoot.|
Factors influencing the gold price.
|Hedge against financial stress.|
|Jewelery and industrial demand.|
|Political & Economical reasons.|
Gold has been used throughout history as money and has been a relative standard for currency equivalents specific to economic regions or countries. The following table shows the appreciating value of gold for the last few years.
|Year||Gold USD/oz t||Indian Rate (Per Gram)|