Invest in precious metals

As well as trading over 6,000 global markets with City Index, you can now diversify your exposure with an investment portfolio in precious metals – including silver, gold, platinum, and palladium. All because of our unique affiliation with StoneX Bullion.*

Learn how to buy investment-grade coins and bars today.

* They are neither licensed nor regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and are based overseas. This does not constitute any form of investment advice nor an offer or solicitation to invest in any precious metals. Investors should seek the services of an Independent Financial Adviser under a separate engagement when in doubt or if they require investment advice. No responsibility is accepted by StoneX Financial Pte. Ltd. for any loss or damage arising in any way (including due to negligence) from anyone acting or refraining from acting as a result of this introduction.

City Index and StoneX Bullion are both part of the StoneX Group

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Why invest in coins and bars?

Some traders view precious metals as safe-haven assets, using them to increase diversification. This can help reduce risk when stocks, indices and other markets fall.

For example, they might invest in gold bullion or coins to try and offset the risk from buying share CFDs. If the precious metal investments rise in value as the share CFDs drop, then the losses from the CFDs will be offset by the profits from the metals.

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How are StoneX Bullion and City Index related?

City Index and StoneX Bullion are both part of StoneX, a Fortune-100 company with nearly 100 years’ experience connecting investors to global markets. As a global, publicly traded company, StoneX must meet the highest standards of corporate governance, financial reporting and disclosure.

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Why choose StoneX Bullion?

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Who supplies StoneX Bullion?

StoneX Bullion works directly with the world’s best-known mints to guarantee the authenticity of their coins. That includes the Royal Canadian Mint, The Perth Mint, The Royal Mint, the United States Mint, and the Rand Refinery.

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