Another Noble Metal for your Portfolio
This rare silvery-white metal is valued for its shine and resistance in jewelry, and is increasingly in-demand as an investment. This is one of the rarest and most valuable precious metals, but has only recently been discovered by investors--pick yours up from Provident Metals today and get in on the trend early!
Rhodium resists corrosion and has industrial uses in catalytic converters for automobiles. In jewelry, it is used to help sterling silver resist tarnish and to brighten the shine of white gold. It is even used in nuclear reactors!
Rhodium is exceptionally rare, accounting for only 0.0002 parts per million in the Earth’s crust. Most rhodium is located either in the Ural Mountains in South Africa or in the Ontario region of Canada.
In 2007, rhodium was worth eight times more than gold--making this a must-watch investment item! Even when the price of rhodium is low, it is frequently higher than the value of gold, as the percentage of gold in existence will always be higher than the availability of rhodium. Adding rhodium to your investments will allow you to maximize your investments as you plan for your future.
As you chart your investment strategy, be sure to include some of this exceptionally rare brilliant-white metal as this precious metals market continues to grow and thrive!