Our clients joined at $2,000
My Private Bullion gave a recommendation to our clients in 2018 to purchase Rhodium. The growth from $2,000 to $9,500 makes Rhodium one of the most profitable metal investments of the year.
Most of the recent buying of rhodium has come from the automotive sector, but companies in other industrial sectors were also picking up metals.
5 oz Rhodium Baird & Co. Bar
Finding rhodium bullion bars made by respected refiners and mints has been a rarity in the bullion market. The renowned British bullion manufacturer, Baird & Co., helped change that situation with these 5 oz rhodium bars. Minted in the UK using fine .999 rhodium bullion, these rhodium ingots make one of the rarest precious metals available to you in a familiar 5 oz bullion bar format.
Baird & Co. was established as a firm in 1967 dealing in numismatic gold coins of the world. They later moved towards high volume bullion dealing as government restrictions eased in the early 1970s. By 1975, Baird & Co. was actively ‘making a market’ quoting both bullion buy and sell prices for banks, retail and wholesale jewelers, stockbrokers, coin dealers, and other large volume bullion traders. During the 1970s bull market, Baird & Co. become one of the United Kingdom’s leading bullion trading houses.
1 oz Rhodium Tuvalu South Sea Dragon Coin
First mintage of only 1,000 coins!
Baird & Co., Britain’s only gold refinery has launched the world's first legal tender coin made of rhodium: the Tuvaluan $100 Coin. The coins are legal tender in the South Pacific island of Tuvalu, a member of the Commonwealth which became independent from Britain in 1978.
The coin won’t scratch or tarnish as rhodium is one of the most resistant metals on earth!
Growth of Vehicle Use
Rhodium used within catalytic converters triggers platinum and palladium to reduce some of the most of harmful chemicals - catalyze the oxidation of hydrocarbons. Fighting pollution becomes important with tightening the pollution laws, more cars and more rhodium is needed.