Saving with Gold Karatbars Gold
Karatbars International offers an attractive and affordable option for the consumer to purchase 999.9 pure gold bullion at affordable denominations of 1g, 2.5g & 5g weights as well as our specialty lines of gold merchandising, collector & gift cards.
We are proud of the independence Karatbars offers the consumer to own, manage & control their personal Karatbars purchases focusing on saving with gold whilst earning commissions on sales.
Our goal is to provide the very best in customer service for our clients and provide a opportunity for everyone worldwide to own gold at an affordable price point.
Gold is one of the first metals to be processed by humans.
With its striking brilliant yellow colour, it was dignified, so as an element found in nature, could work very well mechanically and not corrode. Because of the durability and rarity, it was very popular and has been used in many cultures.
The gold recovery probably began in the Bronze Age. The lightweight alloyed with many metals, the melting temperatures moderate and the favourable properties of the alloys made gold as a material very attractive.
In 4500 BC, the dates in the Bulgarian Varna 1972 discovered gold finds. In Central Europe gold objects can be detected from the second millennium BC.
In the Torah of the golden calf it's told that the Israelites produced an idol while Moses received the Ten Commandments, and the gold land of Ophir. The New Testament mentions gold (in addition frankincense and myrrh) as an homage to the gifts of the Magi from the East to the newborn Jesus.
Gold discoveries in Central and South America attracted by the journeys of Christopher Columbus, European and especially Spanish explorers, the gold galleons brought in to Europe. Spain was for a while the richest nation in Europe, but the indigenous cultures were destroyed.
In the 19th Century, Gold Rush-called mass movements in the areas of major gold deposits, examples are the Californian gold rush in 1849 and the Gold Rush of 1897 on the Klondike River in Alaska. Even in Australia and South Africa, there was a gold rush. Hardly any of the gold seekers, however, became rich by mining gold or gold panning.
Even today, the fluctuating price of gold often leads to social turmoil and is often associated with serious social and ecological consequences.
Given the instability of global currencies in recent times we are of the view that there is no better time than now to protect ones financials by investing in gold in small, easily transferable denominations at a price point affordable to the common man.
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