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Palladium Bars

As one of the world’s rarest precious metals, palladium bars are an excellent way to diversify your portfolio. Palladium bars have a millesimal fineness of .9995 and are available in a range of sizes. It’s more economical to invest in larger bars as you can benefit from a lower premium over the palladium spot price.

Palladium bars are cheaper than palladium bullion coins so they’re a convenient option for buyers who wish to make precious metals part of their pension plan or stock portfolio. Bars are easily stored and can be used in lieu of conventional currency if wanted.

Palladium bars are very tradeable and are swiftly becoming one of the most popular options for investors. We update our prices in one-minute intervals, so you be confident knowing you’re always getting the most current spot metal price – take a look at our palladium price chart for live updates.

As one of the largest precious metal dealers in the UK and Europe, you’ll find a wide-ranging selection of coins and bullion at including palladium coins, gold bars, silver bars and platinum bars.

How buying palladium bars online works

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Add your desired palladium bar(s) to your shopping basket.

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We’ll carefully package your product in discreet, secure packaging. All items are insured.

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We’ll aim to send your item via one of our trusted couriers within 1-3 working days.

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Browse our collection of cast or minted bars and discover the unique qualities of palladium sourced from world-famous refiners, or explore our comprehensive range of palladium bullion coins. At, we work closely with many of the world’s most prestigious manufacturers to bring you high-quality products like Heraeus palladium bars at tempting prices.

How and why to invest in palladium bars

Palladium derives from the same family as platinum and was only discovered during the 1800s. Like platinum, it boasts many of the same properties; it’s incredibly rare and has unique technological uses that make it an invaluable metal in the manufacturing industry. It’s also known to retain or increase its value from year to year, making it an ideal choice for both new and established investors.

Opting for palladium bars can be a savvy way to diversify an investment portfolio, as it allows you to spread the risk across physical wealth, rather than stocks and shares which can lose their value in an economic downturn. Like gold, silver, and platinum, palladium is regarded as a safe-haven asset – it holds its value, even when there’s an economic slump. It’s, therefore, a good way to preserve wealth and has the potential to bring prosperous returns if treasured and sold later down the line.

Palladium bars generally tend to be more affordable than palladium coins because their larger unit size means they are cheaper to manufacture. The affordability factor means bars are typically the preferred choice for large-scale investors who are looking to buy economies of scale.

Bars are easy to store as they can be stacked on top of one another and they’re also easily tradeable. And all bars come complete with a certificate to verify that they are genuine. A convenient invest as well as a potentially wise one.

Investing in palladium bars: What you could earn

Palladium was the precious metal of choice in 2016, outperforming the rest and continuing to do so in 2017. The demand for palladium is high and is expected to rise in line with the rising interest in vehicles in emerging markets.

How much is a palladium bar worth?

The price of palladium is largely down to its demand in the automotive industry – in fact, 80% of the demand for palladium comes from the automotive industry. Its use in catalytic converters for vehicles is irreplaceable and means there is a constant need for it. However, prices can fluctuate. For example, if there is a decline in vehicle purchases because of an economic downfall, this can impact the price.

Other factors can also influence the price of palladium. Approximately 80% of the world’s palladium is sourced from South Africa and Russia and so factors such as sanctions, economic downturns, or miner strikes can determine the price.

ake a look at our palladium price chart for more information on palladium prices.

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