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Gold futures are a good way to speculate on the price of gold rising (or falling), and you could even take physical delivery of gold, if you wanted, though physical delivery is not what motivates speculators.


The biggest advantage of using futures to invest in gold is the immense amount of leverage that you can use. In other words, you can own a lot of gold futures for a relatively small sum of money. If gold futures move in the direction you think, you can make a lot of money very quickly.


Risks: ETFs give you exposure to the price of gold, so if it rises or falls, the fund should perform similarly, again minus the cost of the fund itself. Like stocks, gold can be volatile sometimes, but these ETFs allow you to avoid the biggest risks of owning the physical commodity: protecting your gold and obtaining full value for your holdings.


*The gold price data above is provided by Zyla Labs, which sources asset price data from a wide range of sources. This gold price represents an average of spot gold prices on several leading metals exchanges. Prices are updated every business day.


If you want to start investing in gold digitally, there are a few ways to do so. Digital gold is a method by which you can invest in the yellow metal in small fractions anytime and anywhere with the convenience of digital access to the commodity. Keep in mind you may owe taxes on any gains you realize.


Given how volatile the commodity is, the second approach according to him is to invest whenever there is a smaller correction in gold in order to reduce the overall buying price of your gold product.


Indians are more attuned towards buying physical gold hence, one should not time the markets to buy physical gold as the need to purchase is based on the desire and need of the individual, says experts.


Prathamesh Mallya, the AVP- Research for non-agri commodities and currencies at Angel One, says the weakness in the dollar index will continue to translate into strong commodities and accordingly gold price will rise in the next six months time frame. He expects gold prices in the international market to be headed towards $2,100 per ounce by the first half of 2023.


Mallya recommends those who want to include gold in the portfolio for a longer term to include sovereign gold bonds as a part of their portfolio as it provides interest at regular intervals besides the capital appreciation that will happen over time. Moreover, the maturity of the bond is after a period of eight years, hence, those who can hold the longer time frame can invest in these bonds.


Jaydeep Banerjee, the co-founder of Dvara SmartGold, believes a typical practice prevalent amongst gold-buying investors is that when prices are 7% to 8% higher than the highest price in the short term, they buy.


Banerjee expects gold to rally to $2,400 per ounce in the long-term as the U.S. Fed normalizes the monetary tapering. In the short-term, gold can hover around $1,830 per ounce and then move into the $1,980 by the end of this month, he says.


For Indians, he suggests they keep investing in the pure form, possibly mainly buying digital gold, on account of inherent flexibility and availability of appropriate denominations and submit to long-term commitments to see real value growth.


Over the last two years, central bank purchases have more than doubled, led by China, Turkey, and India. Traditionally, when the gold price dips, central banks stock up. As compared to 450 metric tonnes of gold in 2021, their purchases rose to 1,136 metric tonnes of gold in 2022 hitting an all-time record of gold buying by central banks on the back of geopolitical uncertainty and high inflation.


He suggests sovereign gold bonds as a good option to invest in the commodity without the hassle of buying physical gold. To invest in SGBs, an investor needs to buy them in the secondary markets (NSE and BSE) via their demat account.


In the Budget 2023-24, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman cut the basic import duty on gold bars and gold dore to 10% from 12.5% and 11.85% while revising the agriculture, infrastructure and development cess to maintain the status quo with duty standing at 15% + GST.


Fund manager of alternative investments at Quantum AMC, Ghazal Jain, believes while the short-term price distortions prevailing in the market may have been taken care of, the longer-term structural issue remains unaddressed. This has to do with the higher government intervention through higher custom duty which results in large price differentials between international and domestic gold prices.


With annual surge in gold demand on account of festival purchases during Diwali, experts expect a temporary uptick in gold prices but warn they are bound to further plunge to as low as INR 46,000 at the back of negative economic outlook globally.


Mahendra Luniya, the managing director of Vighnaharta Gold, has a bearish view which is supported by the basis that correction will bring stability to the commodity. He expects long-term investors to use this time as an opportunity to average out their positions in gold and short-term investors to distance themselves from over-allocation of gold to their portfolios.