Bars to coins, 6 gold items to invest in

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Gold Bars

They come in various sizes, from small 1-gram bars to larger 1-kilogram bars, making them suitable for small and large investors.

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Gold Bullion Rounds

Similar to coins but without a face value, gold bullion rounds are privately minted and typically have lower premiums over the spot price compared to coins. 

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Gold Jewelry

When purchasing for investment purposes, look for high-purity gold (typically 18 karat or higher) and consider factors like craftsmanship and resale value.

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Gold Coins

Sovereign-minted gold coins are typically made from 22-karat or 24-karat gold and are recognized worldwide for their purity and value.

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Gold ETFs

These are financial products that track the price of gold and can be bought and sold on stock exchanges like stocks. 

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