What We Do to Make it as Cheap as Possible for You
To further help reduce your costs of buying gold bullion, the way our pooled contracts work is that the Allocated Bullion Exchange's liquidity providers add any and all types of gold bars into our vaults, but they must all be of a minimum fineness of 995.
These various oz gold bar sizes they provide are not in high demand by the markets or other bullion providers, which means that they have a very low premium attached to them, so you get an even better bargain.
Once you have accumulated all 400 ounces of the pooled contract and all at the same vault location, you can then make a withdrawal. When you request a withdrawal, a liquidity provider will swap out 400 ounces worth of the various sized gold bars and replace it with a single 400 oz gold bar, which then gets sent to you (if you want to take it out of the vault).
Buying a share of a gold bar in no way diminishes the fact that your 1/2 ounce lots are still your private property and is always 100% fully allocated!
This is just a simple way to help people achieve a dream of owning physical precious metals they maybe otherwise couldn't have.
If you feel that even 1/2 an ounce of gold is still to much for you to invest in then you should consider our silver equivalent, which offers 1 ounce pooled lots (at the current prices that is around 30x cheaper per lot purchase than the gold pool).