• Our 1% pricing advantageHere, you’ll be able to purchase metals at a price that’s no more than 1% over the prices available to us.2
  • Gold, silver, platinum & palladium available
  • Home delivery available (fee applies)
  • IRA-eligible options
  • $7,500 to openKeep in mind metals prices change frequently, which means you could receive a varying number of coins and bars depending on the date and types of metals you wish to purchase.

Information to keep in mind

  1. Metals Select® products:

    Are Not FDIC Insured
    Are Not Bank or Government Guaranteed
    Are Not Deposits
    May Lose Value


    Purchasing or owning metals involves degrees of risk that make them unsuitable for certain individuals. You should carefully consider the suitability of such metals before making any decision. Metals Select transactions will not occur until your account is approved and sufficient funds are available. Please refer to the Specific Terms - Metals Select Accounts section in the Account Terms, Disclosures and Agreements Booklet for additional information.

  2. When selling or purchasing metals to or from you, we will offer a Customer Price that is within 1% of the Wholesale Price. The Wholesale Price is the price at which we determine we are able to buy or sell metals at a specific point in time. Exceptions may occur if we agree in our sole discretion to lock in your price before the transaction. The Wholesale Price is determined by us on a transaction-by-transaction basis and varies with the applicable wholesale trading market. Wholesale Prices are not published or publicly available. For more information about our precious metals pricing, please see the Specific Terms - Metals Select® Accounts section in the Account Terms, Disclosures and Agreements Booklet.

  3. We reserve the right to terminate the Automatic Purchase Plan or your involvement in the Automatic Purchase Plan at any time, for any reason, including but not limited to overdrafts of your companion cash management account.

  4. Deposits denominated in foreign currencies are susceptible to losses and gains due to currency price fluctuations and may result in a loss of principal.