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Gold certificate

Certificate of an investor that shows proof of ownership of gold bullion.

Gold Certificate

A document entitling one to ownership of a certain, stated amount of gold. Most of the time, gold investors hold gold certificates rather than the physical gold itself in order to avoid the expense, security issues, and other difficulties associated with owning gold. However, the holder of the gold certificate can take possession of the gold he/she owns upon demand.

gold certificate

A receipt of ownership for a stated quantity of gold. A certificate, usually issued by a major bank, allows an investor to own gold without actually taking possession of the metal. A commission is generally charged at the time of purchase.
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Previous investment products include three capital-protected gold notes and two capital-protected oil notes that matured at the beginning of 2013.
The 80% Capital Protected Gold Note, the 98% Capital Protected Gold Note or the combination of the 98% Gold Note with selected mutual funds.
In the city of New York," Sherman [10, 700] continued, "there is now a commerce going on of over six hundred million dollars, all of which is carried on the gold basis; and so great is the necessity for paper money to represent this gold business that they actually deposit $50,000,000 of gold coin in the Treasury of the United States, and receive gold notes without interest, merely to facilitate the ordinary transaction of .
Subscription for the Shari'ah-compliant and Murabaha based ADIB Capital Protected Gold Notes will be on a first come first served basis and is open until end of November.
Looking at the new form, an employee can see that performance is about observed behaviors--what people are engaged in, Gold notes.
soldiers, former envoy Dore Gold notes Israel is a strategic ally.
Gold notes that, "at least 46 terrorist operatives were students in the UNRWA schools.
Gold notes, for example, how the demand that urban schools intervene directly to overcome the effects of poverty on achievement results in a proliferation of site-based social-service programs--clinics, counseling, rehab centers, family interventions--whose maintenance can overwhelm the instructional mission of the school.
As Gold notes, director John Bryson was allowed to stay although his wife works for Lifetime matting multiples of my daughter's salary.
Gold notes that his company is one of the largest consumers of residentially collected recovered paper in the country.
Gold notes, however, that retailers adding self-scanners should be sure to familiarize customers with the equipment.