Diversification of Gold profits

Gold Profits

Now is the right time to diversify your money:

If you have ever wondered how and when to start diversifying your funds for maximum profit, I can assure you the right to start is now. There are only two sure options available: Gold and Cryptocurrencies.


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Paxful is a peer-to-peer bitcoin online marketplace. It has over 300 payment methods to use, now allows users to transact in Gold.
The procedures involve the seller and the buyer first to negotiate and mutually agree on terms and conditions that include whether the gold exchange will happen in person and at what location. The bitcoin (BTC) owner will then sends the agreed-upon amount into a Paxful escrow, where it sits until the gold owner confirms gold transfer, and the other party confirms receipt. Then, Paxful releases the bitcoin. All this must be accomplished within 21 days of payment. Click here to read more about Paxful. 

Gold FCO FOB/CIF Nairobi Kenya

Gold for Sale in Nairobi Kenya
Gold Bars and Nuggets

Commodity: Gold Bars/Nuggets
Price: Negotiable
Purity: 95+% or better
Quantity:  Buyer’s Request
Product history: Clean, too clear. Not liens and non-criminal origin.

1. Seller sends FCO to the buyer and the buyer signs the FCO and returns it to the seller.
2. Seller prepares draft contract and sends to buyer for consideration and amendments if any.
3. Buyer and Seller sign contract.
4. The Buyer or his representative shall fly to NAIROBI KENYA for joint Table-Top Meeting (TTM), physically check and verify the availability of the Gold Bars/Nuggets, conduct a test of the gold and seal the product. 
5. Once Test/assay is confirmed by both sides, the buyer PAYS FOR FULL DOCUMENTATION COST, while THE SELLER RELEASES collateral gold  EQUIVALENT TO THE 8% EXPORT COSTS AND RELATED GOVERNMENT ROYALTIES AS COLLATERAL TO THE BUYER. The Collateral shall be held at the buyer’s safe deposit until shipment is effected.
6. Once all export documents are ready, seller will travel together with buyer, to Buyer’s refinery to witness final assay and, for the payment of the 92% balance.
 7. After final assay at buyer’s refinery, buyer will then have to pay complete amount in commercial invoice  within 72 hours through T/T.
8.  With proceeds from the first transaction, Seller will have to cover all export and travel expenses to buyer’s destination as from Second shipment and above.

The Seller declares that he has the full legal title and possession of the offered Raw Gold Dore Bars and has full Government approval (if where required) to sell and export Raw Gold(S) of non-criminal origin, and with no liens and / or encumbrances attached or pending under the terms of this full Corporate offer.

MANDATES are required to negotiate their commission with us before referring the end buyer to me. 
Standard mandate commission is 3.00% (Three percent)


Final purchase contract shall be prepared and signed by both the seller and the buyer.

The seller has confirmed with full corporate authority under the penalty of perjury that they are ready, willing and able to enter into an agreement with the buyer, to provide gold bars that are of non-criminal origin in exchange for payment that is of non-criminal origin. All terms of relevant United Nations resolutions and national government laws and regulations pertaining to the control and trading of Gold shall be complied with.

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The Exportation of Gold from Ghana

Gold Mining Site in Ghana
Workers at Gold mining Site in Ghana
Gold is a foremost export commodity for Ghana, with this treasure-able metal bringing in almost 48 percent of the country’s revenue. After South Africa, Ghana is the leading gold producer in Africa and in the first quarter of 2012, Ghana earned about $1.5 billion from export of gold. According to the Bank of Ghana, the country will continue to witness an increase in revenue through gold exports. It is estimated that in 2012, Ghana will earn more than $4 billion through gold exports.

However in 2011, the country saw a decline of 6 percent in gold production, as several companies were concentrating on long-term maintenance and expansion rather than actual production.

Export of Gold from Ghana
Ghana has continually depended heavily on a selected few commodities for exports. Gold is one of such commodity. Doing this, Ghana has been able to safeguard its environment and also entice foreign investment. The country has continuously been a major producer of gold and today, it has the singular reputation of having one of the biggest gold reserves in the world. Acknowledgments to the preemptive initiatives taken by the government, gold exports are increasing with each passing day. With the assistance of foreign investment, Ghana has been able to improve in Gold output and furthermore generate substantial job prospects for its people.

The United Kingdom is Ghana’s largest export partner, but Ghana also exports gold to the European Union and the United States America.

Gold Mining and Environmental Problems in Ghana
Over 90 percent of the Ghana gold outputs come off from the Ashanti region of Ghana. The Ashanti Gold-fields Corporation has recently modernized its operations and is now using environmentally-friendly techniques to mine and process gold. Nevertheless, it is the 10 percent outputs that is a disturbing factor. This 10 percent represent small scale gold miners, who use old-fashioned and unsafe procedures to extract gold. Consequently, rivers are being constantly diverted; air, water and ground contamination has become a major problem in the country. In some areas, desertification has occurred due to soil erosion and leaching. Most of these small scale miners use mercury to remove gold from the sediments and this has caused contamination of drinking water and groundwater. The locals’ residents are also suffering from health problems, due to mercury poisoning. The surrounding flora and fauna is not left out.

The Ghana government is also considering opening up its forests for gold mining. Some foreign mining companies are ready to invest and generate thousands of jobs; the government is particularly desirous to help further its economy. Though, this could be devastating for the environment.

The near Future of Gold Exports from Ghana
The Ghana government needs to make sure that gold mining companies use modern and environmentally-friendly techniques to extract gold. If this does not take place, the environment will be severely damaged irreversibly and people in the nearby areas would not be fit sufficiently, even physically and mentally, to take up jobs in the mining sector. This will end the gold mining and gold exports.

The challenge that the country is now facing is educating and imparting knowledge to the small scale local miners, and then assisting them to switch to a more modern and environmentally-friendly extraction procedures. Obviously this requires funding and, therefore, the government must look for private players and foreign investments.

Gold exports from Ghana will continue to increase, because the demand for this commodity is very high and will continue to remain on the high side. Nonetheless, the eventual cost of the exports perhaps maybe too high for Ghana to bear the burden alone.

      Ghana is gifted with mineral deposits for example gold, diamond, manganese and bauxite. There are also untapped economic deposits of iron ore, limestone, kaolin, feldspar and silica sands. We welcome all potential investors including persons who desire to deal in gold or other precious minerals in Ghana and are actually prepared to offer the necessary assistance.

Here in Ghana, one can only deal in gold or other precious minerals upon the grant of a valid license by the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources. For the avoidance of any doubt, anyone offering such minerals for sale should therefore hold such a license.