PALLADIUM

Palladium
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Percentage Source
Approximately 80% of the world’s palladium is sourced from South Africa and Russia. Factors such as sanctions, economic downturns, or miner strikes can determine the price.

Palladium is an extraordinarily scarce metal. It is 15 times more rare than platinum and 30 times more rare than gold. Palladium coins are easier than ever to add your stack of precious metals.

For metals investors looking to expand their investment portfolio, Buy Palladium Coins can be an excellent choice. It is significantly outperformed gold and silver from 2016 – 2017. Whether or not palladium can continue to perform better isn’t the main point. The palladium markets offer different fundamental drivers and provide an opportunity for bullion investors to diversify. Which is what makes the metal most interesting.
It is a silvery white or bright steel colour, sometimes white grey, malleable and soft, quite similar to platinum. This is a light platinoid, mineral with a cubic mesh face centred yet compact. It is the least dense of the metals of the platinum group. There are other light platinoid like ruthenium and rhodium, and a fortiori dense osmium, iridium and platinum. Also, these have the lowest melting point. Annealing, it is soft and ductile, while cold worked, it is harder and more solid. Malleable and very ductile, it can be worked in a forge so as to raise its hardness. This can be done by hardening, it can be cold rolled like gold in very thin sheets. This is usually of the order of ten thousandths of a millimetre.

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