Almost 50% of worldwide demand for gold originates from jewelry, mainly attributed to its ease of access and people’s inherent affinity for it. However, jewelry is a comparatively expensive form of gold investment because it involves high markups and workmanship costs. Jewelry can also be of lesser quality than gold bars and may not reflect the global gold price. Owning jewelry may be pleasurable, but it is not the most profitable form of investment.
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