Tax-Free Status for Bullion Investments, Foreign and Domestic
Dubai handles over one-fifth of the world's total gold production
The DMCC has built the largest vault in the UAE in 2009 which is located right in our building.
Dubai is dubbed by many as the new capital of International Trade
Cutting-Edge Technology and Financial Infrastructure
Very Low Storage Costs
Numbers don’t lie. We have maintained the highest rating profile in the precious metal industry for 7 years in a row. You can relax knowing that you are working with the most trusted company in the business.
FANS & FOLLOWERS
RANKED IN THE US
RATING FROM THE BBB
RATING FROM THE BCA
The first step is for you to fill out our online form by clicking here. It will only take you a few minutes!
Within 24 hours our Bullion investment team will get in touch with you to help guide you through the process of moving your funds and to ask for any additional information if needed.
You will be offered options on how to transfer funds to your new account.
As soon as the funds are received, we will fulfill your order based on the type of bullion coins and bars you are interested in!
HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION AND DEFLATION.
SAFE HAVEN IN TIMES OF GEOPOLITICAL, ECONOMICAL AND FINANCIAL TURMOIL.
STORE OF VALUE.
HEDGE AGAINST MONEY PRINTING POLICIES.
LIMITED SUPPLY. INCREASING DEMAND.
PORTFOLIO DIVERSIFICATION AND PROTECTION.
Christian and Janette offer a simple and professional service that inspires confidence for the customer. Always respectful, never pushy. Highly recommended!
Christian Howard was awesome to work with. Quick and efficient. Transaction painless, and easy.
Overall a great experience. Anthony from Regal Assets respected my timeframes and patiently walked me through the process. I took several weeks to make my decision and I never felt pressured. Once I was ready to pull the trigger, Anthony and Jannette took me step by step in setting up an account and moving some old 401k funds into an IRA Metal account. Very happy with the move and their fee structure is simple. Thumbs up from me !
I have to admit I was feeling a bit overwhelmed at thought of what it would entail to open an account with Regal Assets. Turns out I had nothing to worry about. I worked wih Christian Howard who walked me through the entire process making it much easier then I expected. I look forward to a long and lasting relationship with both Christian and Regal Assets.
Christian Howard and Regal Assets Review…
Christian Howard and Regal Assets I had a very positive transaction with Christian Howard and Jannette Compton that made the whole process very smooth and painless. They are outstanding customer service professionals. Thank you very much for the assist in setting up my account. Martin Phillips
Christian Howard and Janette Compton The transfer of Roth IRA Assets and purchase of crypto currencies went smoothly. Quicker than I thought it would and easy.
The process from beginning to end was flawless. Howard and Jannette at Regal Assets took care of all the details, while communicating with me every step of the way.Highly recommend Regal Assets.Robert
Total World Central Bank Gold Holdings (K Tons)
(over $2 billion invested in gold)
“People view gold as emotional, but when they demythologize it, when they look at it for what it is and the opportunity it represents, they’re going to say, ‘We really should own some of that.’ The question will then change to ‘Where do we get the gold?'”
(over $4.6 billion invested in gold)
“I view gold as a currency, not a commodity. It’s importance as a currency will continue to increase as the major central banks around the world continue to print money.”
($560 million net worth)
“Gold is the money of choice and we would like to have a meaningful amount of our assets denominated in gold. It’s the biggest position in the fund”… “It’s the one kind of money Bernanke can’t print more of.”
(net worth of $300 million)
“Gold will be the great investment over the next decade.”
(net worth $1.1 billion)
“If this business was as easy as it sounds, all my branch managers would be setting up their own gold loan companies.”
(net worth of $22 billion)
“The U.S. dollar is very weak. Investors are moving to real assets.”
(net worth of $30 billion)
“There is a massive shifting of wealth to new economic powers.”
(net worth of $12.5 billion)
“The system is not working properly.”
(net worth of $3.3 billion)
“I have never been a gold bug, it is just an asset that, like everything else in life, has its time and place. And that time is now.”
(holds $3.3 billion of Waddell & Reed fund in gold)
“In 5,000 years of human history, gold has been the currency of choice, the store of value, when humans have called into question their governments’ efforts to solve problems by running printing presses and injecting money into the economy.”
(holds $550 million of Bessemer Trust in gold)
“At the core of the sharp downturn is an absence of confidence. Rising debt levels in Europe and the U.S., uncertainty about policymakers’ willingness to restore fiscal order, and increasingly cautious corporate sentiment that is consistent with slowing global growth are the chief culprits.”
(over $800 million invested in gold)
“Gold is poised to complete its 11th consecutive annual gain, the longest winning streak in at least nine decades, on the brink of a bear market.”
(over $6 billion invested in gold)
“We’re looking now at what the world financial system is going to do with all this money that was printed during the financial crisis, if there’s continued inflation, we’ll see a global trend for raw materials and gold is not an exception. I’m optimistic that the gold price will stay at the same price or higher.”
(world’s richest man net worth $55 billion)
“With the same things that were done in 2000 and 2001, when it was temporarily solved with big expenditures and very aggressive monetary and fiscal policy, aside from lowering taxes, we should be directing more money to the real economy, not to the financial economy. The volatility of the markets is so great that more is won or lost in a single day than in five years of accumulated interest. And that’s not a good thing.”