Physical bullion trading launched by GO Markets

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Award winning online derivatives provider, GO Markets Pty Ltd launches physical bullion trading to complement its Forex (FX) and Contracts for Difference (CFD) offering.

GO Markets is pleased to announce the release of Physical Bullion.

Employing the MetalDesk2 platform technology, Physical Bullion is a global bullion exchange for traders and investors of precious metals. Unlike precious metal derivatives, clients are actually buying and selling the physical precious metals – with the option of taking delivery.

All bullion purchased through Physical Bullion is on an allocated basis, meaning legal title remains with the client at all times, with the choice of securely storing purchases with highly regarded experts in precious metals vaulting, or taking delivery in most locations.

Our clients can also choose the product and location from accredited global liquidity sources including Australia (Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne), Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Dubai, London, Zurich & New York.

“Although our focus remains on our Contracts for Difference and Forex offering, it’s clear the demand for the physical is strong and likely to be sustained. While there’s a vast difference between metal derivatives and physical ownership, we see our new offering as complementary to our suite of CFD and FX instruments”, said GO Markets Director, Christopher Gore.

“The premiums seen in the physical market is testament to robust underlying demand, and to offer a cost-effective outlet to deal in the physical is a real value add for our clients”.

About GO Markets

Established in 2006, GO Markets is a leading provider of Forex trading services, offering margin FX, commodities and physical bullion trading to individuals and institutions globally. Fast-execution of trades, flexible leverage options and multi-bank liquidity feeds set GO Markets apart from other providers in the industry. GO Markets holds an AFSL (Australian Financial Services License) with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

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